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Author ʻUtmān, Aḥmad.

Title A Belle in the Prison of Socrates
Published Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2008
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Description 1 online resource (120 pages)
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE -- PROF. LORNA HARDWICK; PREFACE -- PROf. FREDDY DECREUS; INTRODUCTION; FOREWORD; PERSONAE; ACT ONE; SCENE I; SCENE II; SCENE III; SCENE IV; ACT TWO; SCENE I; SCENE II; SCENE III
Summary Socrates represents a turning point in the history of Greek thought. He achieved radical changes in the way of thinking and obtaining knowledge Otherout writing even one word. But through his discussions Other his students and contemporary artists and philosophers, he exposed the intellectual vices and failings that dominated Athenian life in the last 30 years of the 5th century B.C., a time that witnessed the disintegration of Athenian Democracy, especially after the Peloponnesian wars which e .
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Subject Socrates -- Drama.
Acculturation -- Drama.
Fantasy drama.
Historical drama, Arabic.
Genre/Form Drama.
Drama.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1443808997 (electronic bk.)
9781443808996 (electronic bk.)