Seneca Commentaries

I’ve updated the list of twentieth-century commentaries and other works on Seneca’s Epistulae Morales (link on the left) with four or five recent works. It’s a busy field, though there are still three dozen letters in which the reader is on his own except for the occasional notes in the Loeb and Budé translations, neither recent.

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2 Responses to Seneca Commentaries

  1. Mark Davies says:

    Dear Michael,

    I have written a commentary on the letters of book 4 of Seneca’s Epistles as a PhD thesis at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. It has been provisionally accepted for publication by Brill. I’m now working on editing it from a thesis to a book.

    Regards,

    Mark Davies

  2. Ivo Volt says:

    Dear Michael,

    Sorry for posting my comment to this post, but an e-mail I sent came back with “permanent failure” notice.
    I had one comment on the otherwise excellent edition of Martial IV: I think Martial’s first name was Marcus, not Gaius.
    Otherwise, thanks for the edition!

    Best regards!

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