Sympathy with nature. Unconcern for death. Tranquility of mind. Disgust for love and sex. A portrait of disasters. An homage to the skies. A hymn to wisdom, friendship, the morally deprived. To freedom of the will. To the whirligig of time. To the vanity of wealth. To Memmius the swine. To atoms in the void: the never-ending swerve. To worlds upon worlds – the song of Epicurus. This is De rerum natura.
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The Athenæum is deeply grateful to our wonderful volunteer leaders. Please note library reading groups are not classes or courses, but rather a way for individuals to discuss readings together, guided by both expert and amateur enthusiasts. Participants should expect discussion-based, not lecture-style meetings.