Plutarch's Moralia : a study in literary charm
Plutarch's fame rests primarily and justly on the Parallel Lives; but equally memorable is the mass of miscellaneous writings known as the Moralia~ The traditional title Morals (or Ethical Essays) is misleading, since at most, only a third of the "essays" can be so described. The remaining twothirds comprise a heterogeneous group of writings on a wide range of subjects from First Century A~D. science and religion to the aetiologies of Roman and Greek customs and the wide ranging dinner...[Show more]
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