The Greek Search for Wisdom and The Roman Search for Wisdom

The notion of 'wisdom' in Greek Classical Literature, that gave us tragedy, comedy, poetry, history, philosophy and democracy, as well as advances in science, medicine and mathematics; and the manner in which Roman Literature was first intimidated by it and then forged its own versions and examples.

Publisher: Prometheus Books. Reprint and First American edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: New York
Fine in dustwrappers. The two volumes


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