The Texts of Early Greek Philosophers, The Complete
Fragments and Selected Testimonies of the Major
Presocratics, by Daniel Graham, Cambridge University
Press, 2010 - Reviewed by Tiberiu Popa
Almost everyone knows something about Plato's and Aristotle's
respective doctrines, but many tend to forget that their theories
were partly intended to be responses to the views set forth by
earlier philosophers. This book, exploring those earlier thinkers,
. . .
A Twisted Ladder, by Rhody Hawk,Forge, 2009
- Reviewed by Eloise Sureau-Hale
A Twisted Ladder is a psychological thriller by Rhodi Hawk. A
great novel about schizophrenia, voodoo, family curse, genetics,
river devils and unexplained suicides!
Room: A Novel, by Emma Donoghue,
Little, Brown, and Company, 2010 - Reviewed by Judi Morrel
What if you had been confined with your child since before his
birth in an 11 by 11 foot shed, held captive by a man who brought
only basic necessities to you? How would you explain things
to your son, who has never seen the outside?
The Campaigns of Alexander, by Arrian
(translated by A. de Sélincourt and revised by J.R. Hamilton),
Penguin, 1971 - Reviewed by Tiberiu Popa
Few military and political leaders have been quite as inspiring
and perplexing as Alexander of Macedonia, better known as Alexander
the Great. His conquests changed the political and cultural map of
much of the Middle East in profound and lasting ways. There was no
shortage of admirers . . .
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