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    Free read The Confessions of Socrates R.L. Prendergast ¾ 7 Read E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) Humanizing Socrates? The author has done a fantastic job accomplishing what he tells us in his notes was his goal in writing this thoughtful no

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    E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) I received a free e copy of The Confessions of Socrates by RL Prendergast from Goodreads for my honest reviewThis is a wonderful book The book is written as twenty eight daily entries by Socrates to his sons as he awaits execution on death row

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    Download ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ R.L. Prendergast E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) Many thanks to Dekko Prendergast and Goodreads for the opportunity to review this bookThis book takes us back in Socrates'

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    R.L. Prendergast ¾ 7 Read Download ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ R.L. Prendergast Free read The Confessions of Socrates I had high hopes for this book but I just couldn't get into it Of course I knew I was reading a fiction story as

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    E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) The Confessions of Socrates are daily articles written by Socrates while being held in his prison cell as he awaits the day of his execution This new novel by RL Prendergast tells how his family and friends have

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    Free read The Confessions of Socrates E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) Download ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ R.L. Prendergast A fascinating book that takes you back to life in ancient Greece It is well researched and written in the format of what Socrates may have said in letters to his sons prior to his execution The author has skillfully brought Socrates the man to life as well as the time in which he lived The book makes you see Socrates as he might have seen himself as he came to the end of his life Note by reading in the Kindle it was very easy to also get a

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    E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) R.L. Prendergast ¾ 7 Read Download ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ R.L. Prendergast The author did hit on the major events of Socrates life and in the process managed to humanize Socrates Not an e

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    E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) Shortlisted for the Rubery Book Award for Fiction 2017While Socrates sits in prison in Athens awaiting his death sentence he writes to his sons telling them of his varied life as a stone mason’s apprentice a soldier and teacher One soon comes to like the self effacing philosopher and to begin to understand the complex so

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    E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) I received The Confessions of Socrates as part of a Goodreads giveawayLocked in a prison cell with only a month to live revolutionary ancient philosopher Socrates attempts to author his autobiography from his humble beginnings to his military service in the Peloponnesian War his rise as a philosopher to his trial

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    Free read The Confessions of Socrates E–pub/E–book (The Confessions of Socrates) R.L. Prendergast ¾ 7 Read Received this book in a giveaway on Goodreads I don’t find myself normally reading a true historical fiction without a bit of suspense or romance in it but found this to be a pretty solid book The book is basically letters found from Socrates to his family during his jail sentence awaiting his death going over his life with his parents during his short time in school and in war and after contemplating how he lived his life All

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Free read The Confessions of Socrates

Summary í The Confessions of Socrates ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Socrates sits chained to a wall in a small prison cell In a month he will die of hemlock poisoning At night by the light of a tiny oil lamp on rolls of paper smuggled in by loyal friends he tells his three sons the story of his lifeHe. I received a free e copy of The Confessions of Socrates by RL Prendergast from Goodreads for my honest reviewThis is a wonderful book The book is written as twenty eight daily entries by Socrates to his sons as he awaits execution on death row In this book we get a glimpse into Socrates life and his upbringing We also get to read about what Socrates life could have been like I liked how the book was told from the perspective of Socrates examining his own life The book takes us from his childhood until his death sentence A vivid readThere are maps at the front of the book that I recommend you reference while you are reading it I also recommend looking at the glossaries and time line sections at the end of the book while reading the book

Download ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ R.L. PrendergastThe Confessions of Socrates

Summary í The Confessions of Socrates ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Writes vividly about the people and events that shaped him as a person The mother who encouraged his uestions Teachers who promoted the Greek ideals of courage and glory Bloody battles Lifelong friends lost and enemies made Being procl. I had high hopes for this book but I just couldn t get into it Of course I knew I was reading a fiction story as nothing has even been found that gives factual information about Socrates but I was expecting than I was receiving in the first few chapters Imprisoned and awaiting his death by poisoning he begins writing letters to his family telling his sons of his childhood and life I only made it about 100 pages into the story and just felt it wasn t going anywhere Socrates is said to be know for his intelligence wisdom and knowledge The story I was reading at least to me was of a weak young boy without confidence and endurance Perhaps he found strength and self assurance later in the letters but I didn t stick around long enough to find out I always hate it when I don t finish a story but the time I was spending trying to make myself enjoy the story the I knew I was missing out on reading something that spoke to me My apologizes to the author and publisher that I could not give a positive feedback I hope to many other readers that this book spoke volumes

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Summary í The Confessions of Socrates ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Aimed the world’s wisest manFearing his sons may follow in his ill fated path Socrates honestly reveals his thoughts and feelings his successes and his failures and his search for the answer to the ultimate uestion how can I be happy. The author did hit on the major events of Socrates life and in the process managed to humanize Socrates Not an easy thing to do

  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • The Confessions of Socrates
  • R.L. Prendergast
  • en
  • 07 October 2019
  • 9780978454876