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The Correspondence
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 Professor J. W. Worthy*
 
With Ancients & Moderns 
Please read in Sequence:
To Aurelius Augustinus on Writing
From Marcus Tullius Cicero on Reading To Wolfgang Goethe on Classics
 From John Wesley on the Canon To John Wesley on documentation
From Wolfgang Goethe on Classics To Katherine Anne Porter on Comfort
From Wolfgang Goethe on Odors
From Aurelius Augustinus on Comfort To Aurelius Augustinus on America
From Cicero on Art
From Cicero on the Importance of Women To Cicero on America
From Cleopatra on Republics To Cleopatra on America
From Johann Gottfried Herder on Classics
From M. Tullius Cicero on Cleopatra
From Aurelius Augustinus on America
From John Wesley on relativism To John Wesley on the Dustbowl
From J. G. Herder on Biblical Dust To Wolfgang Goethe on Inspiration
From Cleopatra on Governance To Johann Gottfried Herder on Dust
From Wolfgang Goethe on Immortality To Cleopatra, a Reminder
From J. G. Herder on Theology To M. Tullius Cicero on the Greeks
From John Wesley on the Song of Songs To Wolfgang Goethe on Immortality
From Aurelius Augustinus on Classics
From Wolfgang Goethe on the biosphere To J. W. Goethe on the noosphere
From Cleopatra on Interpretation Renewed Reminder to Cleopatra
From John Wesley on Jesus To John Wesley on Jesus
From J. W. Goethe on Writing History
M. Tullius Cicero's Rejoinder on Greeks
From J. G. Herder on the Historical Jesus
From Wolfgang Goethe on the Classic To Wolfgang Goethe on individuality
From Katherine Anne Porter on Time To Katherine Anne Porter on Sincerity
From Aurelius Augustinus on Sincerity
From Katherine Anne Porter on Tendenz To Katherine Anne Porter on Death
From Cicero on Democracy To Marcus Tullius Cicero on the Idea
From J. G. Herder on Literature  
From Katherine Anne on Memory
From J. G. Herder on America   To Katherine Anne on forgetting
From Goethe on Consciousness To Katherine Anne Porter on Criticism
From Augustinus on Consciousness To Goethe on the literary consciousness
From Cleopatra on Consciousness

 *J. W. Worthy, late Professor of Moral Sciences at John Tarleton Military Academy in Sipe Springs, Texas (pronounce "Seep Springs").