I bought "The Education of Julius Caesar: A Biography, a
Reconstruction" by Arthur D. Kahn used a while ago but haven't read
it, and would really like to. It's pretty long, though and I'm not
sure how long it would take to read and discuss.
Another one I have and would like to read is "Swords Against the
Senate: The Rise of the Roman Army and the Fall of the Republic" by
Anybody have an opinion about "Rubicon: The Last Years of the Roman
Republic" by Tom Holland? Another one I bought.
I also have one of the Penguin editions of Ovid's poems. I've just
glanced at it and it's pretty interesting. I don't know how we'd
discuss it, though.
Finally, I'm willing to read anything by Cicero, and have the Loeb
edition of his letters to Atticus.
I know it sounds like I have a lot of books I haven't read, but I
don't seem to be able to stop watching TV and playing computer
games. Shame on me!