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The Works of Lucian of Samosata Lucian - The Works of Lucian of Samosata Volume 01,02,03 Complete. - The Vision, A Literary Prometheus, Nigrinus, Trial in the Court of Vowels, Timon the Misanthrope, Prometheus on Caucasus, Dialogues of the Gods, Dialogues of the Sea-Gods, Dialogues of the Dead, Menippus, Charon, Of Sacrifice, Sale of Creeds, The Fisher, Voyage to the Lower World, The Dependent Scholar, Apology for The Dependent Scholar, A Slip of the Tongue in Salutation, Hermotimus, or the Rival Philosophies, Herodotus and Aetion, Zeuxis and Antiochus, Harmonides, The Scythian, The Way to Write History, The True History, The Tyrannicide, The Disinherited, Phalaris, I, Phalaris, II, Alexander the Oracle-Monger, Of Pantomime, Lexiphanes, Life of Demonax, A Portrait-Study, Defence of the Portrait-Study, Toxaris: A Dialogue of Friendship, Zeus Cross-Examined, Zeus Tragoedus, The Cock, Icaromenippus, an Aerial Expedition, The Double Indictment, The Parasite, a Demonstration that Sponging is a Profession, Anacharsis, a Discussion of Physical Training, Of Mourning, The Rhetoricians Vade Mecum, The Liar, Dionysus, an Introductory Lecture, Heracles, an Introductory Lecture, Swans and Amber, The Fly, an Appreciation, Remarks Addressed to an Illiterate Book-Fancier, Slander, a Warning, The Hall, Patriotism, Dipsas, the Thirst-Snake, A Word with Hesiod, The Ship: Or, the Wishes, Dialogues of the Hetaerae, The Death of Peregrine, The Runaways, Saturnalia, Cronosolon, Saturnalian Letters, A Feast of Lapithae, Demosthenes, The Gods in Council, The Cynic, The Purist PurizedABOUT THE AUTHOR:Lucian of Samosata was a rhetorician and satirist who wrote in the Greek language. He is noted for his witty and scoffing nature. Although he wrote solely in Greek, mainly Attic Greek, he was ethnically Syrian. Lucian was also one of the earliest novelists in Western civilization. In A True Story, a fictional narrative work written in prose, he parodied some fantastic tales told by Homer in the Odyssey and some feeble fantasies that were popular in his time. He anticipated "modern" fictional themes like voyages to the moon and Venus, extraterrestrial life and wars between planets, nearly two millennia before Jules Verne and H. G. Wells. His novel is widely regarded as an early, if not the earliest science fiction work.

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2021
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Lucian
Biografía del Autor

Lucian of Samosata was a Greek-educated Syrian rhetorician, and satirist who wrote in the Greek language. He is noted for his witty and scoffing nature.Lucian of Samosata[a] (Ancient Greek: ), (c. 125 after 180) was an ancient Greek satirist, rhetorician and pamphleteer who is best known for his characteristic tongue-in-cheek style, with which he frequently ridiculed superstition, religious practices, and belief in the paranormal. All of his extant works are written entirely in ancient Greek (mostly in the Attic Greek dialect popular during the Second Sophistic period).Everything that is known about Lucian\'s life comes from his own writings,[2] which are often difficult to interpret because of his extensive use of sarcasm. According to his oration The Dream, he was the son of a lower middle class family from the village of Samosata along the banks of the Euphrates in the remote Roman province of Syria. As a young man, he was apprenticed to his uncle to become a sculptor, but, after a failed attempt at sculpting, he ran away to pursue an education in Ionia. He may have become a travelling lecturer and visited universities throughout the Roman Empire. After acquiring fame and wealth through his teaching, Lucian finally settled down in Athens for a decade, during which he wrote most of his extant works. In his fifties, he may have been appointed as a highly paid government official in Egypt, after which point he disappears from the historical record.

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The Works of Lucian of Samosata
Biografía del Autor
<p>Lucian of Samosata was a Greek-educated Syrian rhetorician, and satirist who wrote in the Greek language. He is noted for his witty and scoffing nature.Lucian of Samosata[a] (Ancient Greek: ), (c. 125 after 180) was an ancient Greek satirist, rhetorician and pamphleteer who is best known for his characteristic tongue-in-cheek style, with which he frequently ridiculed superstition, religious practices, and belief in the paranormal. All of his extant works are written entirely in ancient Greek (mostly in the Attic Greek dialect popular during the Second Sophistic period).Everything that is known about Lucian\'s life comes from his own writings,[2] which are often difficult to interpret because of his extensive use of sarcasm. According to his oration The Dream, he was the son of a lower middle class family from the village of Samosata along the banks of the Euphrates in the remote Roman province of Syria. As a young man, he was apprenticed to his uncle to become a sculptor, but, after a failed attempt at sculpting, he ran away to pursue an education in Ionia. He may have become a travelling lecturer and visited universities throughout the Roman Empire. After acquiring fame and wealth through his teaching, Lucian finally settled down in Athens for a decade, during which he wrote most of his extant works. In his fifties, he may have been appointed as a highly paid government official in Egypt, after which point he disappears from the historical record.</p>
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