This is one of those books that I’ll have to read again to get more meat off the bone. There was just so much to digest.
What do you do when one book is so fascinating but hard to read that you can only read an hour before getting brain fuzz?
I could sit here and quote Allan Bloom’s Interpretive Essay about “The Republic of Plato” all day long. I read the translation and then then the essay and felt that it was worth all the effort. In fact, I’d say read the essay first and then Plato. Maybe? Hard to say which would be...