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    Contents
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. 2018.
  •  3
    Book I
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. pp. 1-32. 2018.
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    Aristophanes reveals considerable interest in the relation between women and politics in his three women's plays, particularly in his portrayal of two political heroines, Lysistrate and Praxagora. Because the playwright uses comedy to express his thought on controversial subjects, care must be taken in order to discover his serious teaching. For this reason, I provide detailed commentaries on the plot of each play before analyzing and comparing the plays with regard to their treatment of women a…Read more
  •  1
    Frontmatter
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. 2018.
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    Book II
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. pp. 33-70. 2018.
  •  1
    Notes
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. pp. 151-170. 2018.
  • Book IV
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. pp. 111-150. 2018.
  • Index
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. pp. 171-172. 2018.
  • Translator's Note
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. 2018.
  • Book III
    with Xenophon
    In Amy L. Bonnette & Xenophon (eds.), Memorabilia, Cornell University Press. pp. 71-110. 2018.
  • Memorabilia
    with Xenophon
    Cornell University Press. 1994.
    An essential text for understanding Socrates, Xenophon's Memorabilia is the compelling tribute of an affectionate student to his teacher, providing a rare firsthand account of Socrates' life and philosophy. The Memorabilia is invaluable both as a work of philosophy in its own right and as a complement to the study of Plato's dialogues. The longest of Xenophon's four Socratic works, it is particularly revealing about the differences between Socrates and his philosophical predecessors. Far more ob…Read more