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August 10, 2006


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Thank you - you've again made the case for the classics and myths. I am especially glad you have included the Greeks. It helps to justify the seven years of classical Greek classes that my father fretted over, "how you ever going to make any money translating Homer?"

Plus, I am no longer limited to watching "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou" one more time.

Maybe Solomon was right. There is nothing new under the sun.

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