These three works of Plato are given a splendid narration by David Rintoul, as the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates, and by Hugh Ross and an ensemble cast, who each portray a different secondary character. SYMPOSIUM is a discourse by several individuals on the nature of love; THEAETETUS concerns the nature of knowledge; PHAEDO discusses the soul and is a dialogue that takes place before Socrates swallows the hemlock that kills him. Each of these British narrators does a splendid job. Their voices and enunciation are clear, and their pacing easy to follow. Each is appropriately expressive and consistent throughout. M.T.F. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2019]
Trade Ed. Ukemi Productions 2018
DD ISBN $21.63
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