The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman Emperor, Concerning Himself. Treating of a Natural Man's Happiness: Wherein It Consisteth, and of the Means to Attain Unto It. Translated Out of the Original Greek; with Notes: By Meric Casaubon and Now Edited by W.H.D.Rouse [Book Review]

Dent Dutton (1900)
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