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Plutarch - Lives of Illustrious Men
Plutarch - Lives of Illustrious Men
Author: Plutarch
A collection of historical, philosophical and political climates of the 11th century in Greece. Plutarch wrote of several of the lives by short story, by poem,or essay. His essays included "Rules for Husband and Wife"The Eating of Meat""superstition" "Peace of Mind" and "Exile" to name a few. Some of the lives he wrote about were Cicero, Alexand...  more »
ISBN: 281369
Publication Date: 1951
Pages: 437
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Publisher: Walter J. Black, New York
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is so full of twists and turns, philosophy on top of history, mixed in with morality, Tales and religions it can be quite intersting, I could not absorb a bit of it, but the pages are full of characters of the past, philosophers and monarchy, anarchy, etc.
P.S. I do have one other copy listed, both are in really good shape and are equal in minimal usage marks.