Amidst the timeless voices, heard best on my ocean-facing porch, an orchestra of ancient wisdom emerges under starry skies. Socrates and Thucydides harmonize, while Aristophanes rallies his chorus, and Caesar charges forth. Though faint at times, with patience, scenes breathe anew. Midnight approaches, the curtain rises, and Sophocles quiets the theater. Oedipus, now aged, leans on Antigone, journeying toward relevance. In “Meditations from the Classics,” thirty-three ancient authors echo with vibrant wisdom, transcending time’s narrow door to inspire us.
|Dimensions||14 × 21.6 cm|