Dialogues and Letters - Seneca, and Costa, C D N (Translated by)
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Accused of conspiring against the emperor Nero, Seneca was commanded to commit suicide, which he did in characteristic Stoic manner. Included in this volume are his dialogues ON THE SHORTNESS OF LIFE and ON TRANQUILITY OF MIND; also extracts from NATURAL QUESTIONS and the CONSOLATION TO HELVIA. Seneca's prose works were admired by the major literary figures of Elizabethan England.

Dialogues and Letters 1997, Penguin Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780140446791

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