The Golden Ass - Lucius Apuleius Reviews
Description:ISBN 0199540551 / Author: Lucius Apuleius / Genre: Classic Literature / This novel was written in Latin in the second century AD, and tells the story of the journey of the hero Lucius through Thessaly, the land of witchcraft. His curiosity leads to his accidental ... more
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The bewitched Lucius passes from owner to owner - encountering ...
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by - written on 14/04/03, updated on 14/04/03
From "a modest man in donkey' skin" - Advantages: One of the best literary entertainments I've had in my life , More than sheer entertainment, Easy, enjoyable and unforgettable read - Disadvantages: I'll have to wait till my 10-year-old son turns on 18 to present him with a copy
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