The Golden Ass: Being the Metamorphoses of Lucius Apuleius, Books 7-11... - Primary Source Edition

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BiblioLife, 2013 - 648 pages
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This is a Roman picaresque novel centering on the adventures of Lucius, who travels to Thessaly to seek his fortune. The city’s reputation for magic excites him, and he wants to see wonders. He goes ... Read full review

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"It is a difficult matter to keep love imprisoned." Written in the second century AD originally in Latin this book is packed with often grisly stories and striking characters. The narrator, Lucius ... Read full review

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