The Woman of Andros: &, the Ides of March. Thornton Wilder

The Woman of Andros: &, the Ides of March. Thornton Wilder


Following his Pulitzer Prize-winning The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Thornton Wilder's 1930 novel the lady of Andros is decided on a Greek island earlier than the delivery of Christ. within the novel-a resource for Wilder's 1938 Pulitzer Prize drama Our Town-he explores common questions of what's necessary approximately lifestyles and the way we are living, love, and die in the course of the lifetime of an enigmatic courtesan named Chrysis. the following too during this omnibus is The Ides of March, an epistolary novel from 1948, set in Julius Caesar's Rome, combining letters and files to rouse such figures as Cleopatra, Catullus, and Cicero.

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