Arrian Considered

The Common Reader, who is most decidedly an uncommon reader, takes on Arrian.

And then starts his reading and analysis

I have had this one for a while to read, but the debris of all the more recent publications simply drowns it.


  1. The appeal of the Reading Odyssey group-read of this was that I thought I could spend a week a month on one book from Arrian's work. It spreads things out, obviously, but the bite-size chunks are what I needed.
    When you do get to this, their website should have the group calls available for listening (at the risk of appearing as a shill for them). Thanks for the mention.


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