...John Stuart Mill's Autobiography. Now I get to discover why starting Latin at age 13 was too late, too late! But I am looking forward to it.
Nowadays I probably would have just read this from Project Gutenberg, especially since this Kessinger reprint doesn't have any notes or anything, but since I have this print copy...
Time to put all those other books back on the shelf so I can find them in the future:
Did you get something good?
i didn't even know he wrote an autobio... i'd definitely like to get my sticky hands on it, tho...ReplyDelete
It is now on Gutenberg--I don't think it was when I bought my copy--so it's easily enough done.Delete
i downloaded it: tx...Delete
I'm glad to hear that you're looking forward to it. And I'm glad you'll be reading it and not me. 😉 I'll await your review of it until I consider putting on my TBR.ReplyDelete
I spun Hesiod Works and Days. I didn't expect to get it but I'm fine with it.
I am looking forward to it! It is fairly short & not proper philosophy, though I have read other of his philosophical works, and he writes fairly lucidly for a philosopher...Delete
How ironic that you did all that work, pulling copies off a shelf, and then landed on the short one, and one you could have opted to read online instead! LOLReplyDelete
Ah, well, it's always fun browsing the bookshelves anyway...so many books...Delete