It’s finally here! You’ve been so patient and I apologize for the Helter Skelter way I run a bookclub. Welcome to my life!
Because we’re behind, here’s what I recommend.
We’re gonna skip Julius Caesar for now and discuss it in the summer, which means that we’re moving on to Virgil’s Aeneid for January. Hopefully, we’ll get back on track.
Hope you enjoy the Plato videos. They are the product of many hours of reading and lectures and pondering. I wish I was smarter and it wouldn’t take me so long to work through these hard books. There’s a reason they’re called classics and there’s a reason that not many people read them. Congratulate yourself for even trying.
Now, without further adieu, I give you my very personal review of Plato.
So, my little nerdy friends, let’s dive into The Aeneid. You know you can’t wait!
I’m reading this translation:
P.S. There’s a Stanford lecture series on The Aeneid on iTunes and it’s free! I just started it myself. Here’s the link!