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My doctor tells me that, at last, I am dying. The time has come for me to write, or, rather, dictate these letters to you. I pray that I might remain lucid for long enough to finish the task and ask that you forgive any lapses in my memory or reason. I propose not so much to counsel you as to furnish you with an account of my life and thought; not the impersonal and incomplete fabrication that you or anyone might piece together from my books, but the real account–in so far as there could ever be such a thing. For all the man and the god that I have found in you, I do not, and cannot, expect your tender years to tease out my every accent and every nuance, and I am writing as much to account myself to you as to account myself to myself.
Neel Burton, as psychiatrist who lives and teaches in Oxford, has authored a number of non-fiction books to date, and Plato: Letters to my Son is his first foray into fiction. Early reviews of this lively and intelligent book have been strong, with one reviewer calling it a “wonderful and gracefully written introduction to the world of ancient philosophy“.
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