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Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy, translated by David R. Slavitt (2008) This is one of several, and my preferred translation, of this brief but substantial work between a man, awaiting execution in the year 524, and his intimate yet dispassionate conversation with an imaginary woman, Lady Philosophy. Boethius was a Roman patrician, senator, educated in […]

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