Daily Archives: March 24, 2019

David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s TIMON OF ATHENS: A Retelling in Prose — Chapter 3, Scenes 1-3

— 3.1 — Alone, Flaminius waited in a room in Lucullus’ house. A servant arrived and said to him, “I have told my lord about you; he is coming down to you.” “I thank you, sir.” Lucullus entered the room, … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Dante’s PARADISE: A Discussion Guide — “Canto 13: Sun — Saint Thomas Aquinas Discusses Solomon” and “Canto 14: Sun — Solomon; Mars — Symbolic Cross”

“Canto 13: Sun — Saint Thomas Aquinas Discusses Solomon” What does Saint Thomas mean when he says that Solomon has no equal in wisdom? St. Thomas is aware that Dante believes that God’s light shone brightest in Adam, the first … Continue reading

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