Play The Part You’re Given: Epictetus, Teles, and Shakespeare — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

Epictetus, Encheiridion, 17 “Remember that you are an actor in a drama, whatever kind the playwright desires. If he wishes it to be short, it is short. If he wants it to be long, it is long. If he wants you to act as a beggar, act even that part seriously. And the same if…

Play The Part You’re Given: Epictetus, Teles, and Shakespeare — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

Author: phil795

Aspiring writer. Founder of the Farmington (NM) Writers Circle and the Arkansas Country Writers Circle. Currently, I have two novelettes, a poetry collection, and a few collections of short stories published on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback. Visit my Amazon author's page at amazon.com/author/philslattery for my latest works. Others are in the works.

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