Complete with exceptions specified in the preface
TRANSLATED BY H. W. FOWLER AND F. G. FOWLER
IN FOUR VOLUMES
What work nobler than transplanting foreign thought into the barren domestic soil? except indeed planting thought of your own, which the fewest are privileged to do.--Sartor Resartus.
At each flaw, be this your first thought: the author doubtless said something quite different, and much more to the point. And then you may hiss me off, if you will.-- LUCIAN, Nigrinus, 9.
( LUCIAN) The last great master of Attic eloquence and Attic wit.-- Lord Macaulay.
OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1905
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Publication information: Book title: The Works of Lucian of Samosata:Complete with Exceptions Specified in the Preface. Volume: 1. Contributors: F. G. Fowler - Translator, Lucian - Author, H. W. Fowler - Translator. Publisher: Clarendon Press. Place of publication: Oxford, England. Publication year: 1905. Page number: i.
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