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Classics in Time of Pandemic: Lock-down Reflections from the Ivory Tower by Michiel Meeusen

Western literature starts with a disease. At the beginning of the Iliad, Homer sings of an “evil pestilence” (1.10) sent by the Olympic god Apollo to devastate the camp of the Greeks during their siege of Troy. Apollo, the god … Continue reading

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