The Fate of Pliny's Letters in the Late Empire

Classical Quarterly 15 (02):289- (1965)

Abstract
Whatever fond hopes their author may have entertained when he published them, the Letters of the younger Pliny did not meet with an appreciative public. The first, indeed almost the only, writer before modern times to have read them with care and to have signalled his admiration by imitation is Sidonius Apollinaris, bishop of Auvergne in the late fifth century
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