The examination of various types of Ancient Greek and Latin prose, such as letters, speeches, and treatises, written by famous ancient thinkers and leaders, including Aristotle, Herodotus, Cicero, and Seneca the Younger, engage and exercise not only our classical language skills but also our minds and thinking.
The writings of Pliny the Younger, such as his famous ten books of letters that he published, open a window to view the day-to-day life of a Roman citizen. He wrote to his friends, his relatives, and his acquaintances, but it is not. . .