Greek Classics: July Wrapup

Heigh ho, Greeklings, it's a little hot to be reading tragedies and philosophy at the moment, and I didn't get much reading of any kind done in July.  But if you were more industrious and literary than I was, link up your Greek literature reading here!


Greek landscape
It's hot in Greece too.


Comments

  1. I did start a trilogy of Aristophanes' plays yesterday, so I read one in July. No blog post yet, but now that I'm halfway thru, I can't say I'm enjoying him. Oh well! I guess I'll stick to the tragedies.

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  2. Hi Eva, I'm so glad tom see you back! Yeah, I don't think Aristophanes translates all that well to the modern day. Maybe humor just changes more than tragedy.

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  3. Love the picture! It captures both our weather and my state of mind :)

    I have fallen off the Greek wagon in a big way, but since I only committed to 1-3, I guess I am still good.

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