Compagnon, Antoine

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A Summer with Montaigne: On the Art of Living Well

Agreeably useful reading in any season; as Compagnon quotes from Montaigne's concluding essay, "Aesop, that great man, saw his master piss as he walked: 'What then,' said he, 'must we drop as we run?' Let us manage our time; there yet remains a great deal idle and ill employed." Recommended for Montaigne scholars and general readers alike.
PREMIUM

A Summer with Montaigne: On the Art of Living Well

Agreeably useful reading in any season; as Compagnon quotes from Montaigne’s concluding essay, “Aesop, that great man, saw his master piss as he walked: ‘What then,’ said he, ‘must we drop as we run?’ Let us manage our time; there yet remains a great deal idle and ill employed.” Recommended for Montaigne scholars and general readers alike.

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