Marius the Epicurean by Michael Levey, Walter Pater

Marius the Epicurean

Michael Levey, Walter Pater

fiction classics historical challenging reflective slow-paced

320 pages | first published 1885


It was as a critic and a humanist that Pater (1839-1894), professor at Oxford, became a powerful influence on his own and succeeding generations, claiming disciples as diverse as Virginia Woolf and Ezra Pound. This has been described as "the most ...
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