The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.1623 Friday, 24 September 1999.
From: Ben R. Schneider <
Date: Friday, 24 Sep 1999 09:18:02 -0700
A N N O U N C E M E N T
My web site, www.stoics.com, entitled "Shakespeare's Morals, The
Stoic Legacy to the Renaissance," which opened in April of this year
with Cicero De Officiis and the six volumes of Seneca's moral works,
has now added three volumes of North's translation of Plutarch's Lives,
one volume of the Dryden translation, , Elyot's Governour, and the three
volumes of Montaigne's Essays , all indexed for Shakespeare and Stoicism
This winter, if all goes well, I will add Erasmus's Institution Of a
Christian Prince, Spenser's Faerie Queene, Sidney's Arcadia, James I's
Basilikon Doron, and Hall's Characters of The Virtues and Vices. If
you have a need for any one of these right away, please let me know, and
I will guve it priority.
The URL is www.stoics.com