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Seneca (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies) Paperback – April 16, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-0199282098 ISBN-10: 0199282099 Edition: 0th

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"This collection of essays does an excellent job of making Seneca a more accessible author for first-time readers, and it will prove an essential resource for more advanced Senecan scholars.... these essays comprise a necessary and very useful starting point for anyone interested in Senecan study; they also provide for novice students myriad access points for reading beyond the surface of any Senecan work."--Lisl Walsh, The Classical Outlook


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John G. Fitch is Professor Emeritus, Department of Greek & Roman Studies, University of Victoria.

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John Fitch grew up in England and has lived in Ghana, the United States, and (since 1973) in Canada. He retired as Professor and Chair of the Department of Greek and Roman Studies at the University of Victoria in 1999. Several of his books are concerned with Seneca's dramas, including the two-volume edition and translation in the Loeb Classical Library. His poetry collection "Wildflowers of the Coast" reflects his interest in the natural world, and in the relationship between poetry and systematic knowledge. After many years' practical experience on a small farm just outside Victoria, he translated Palladius' "The Work of Farming" as a retirement project.