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Works (in 5 volumes)




Henry G. Bohn










Bohn's Classical Library Edition






The Works of Plato: A New and Literal Translation, chiefly from the text of Stallbaum. Bohn's Classical Library. 5 Volumes by Cary, Henry; Davis, Henry; and Burges, George.

These 5 volumes are a complete set of the works of Plato, including eight works not found (see below) in the Hamilton and Cairns’ Plato: The Collected Dialogues, 1985, twelfth printing, Princeton University Press. While some may dispute whether these eight works are really part of the works of Plato, it is better to have access to them than not.

Eight Works Not Found. We will sell these works separately.

The Banquet Vol 3, p. 477
First Alcibiades Vol 4, p. 314
Second Alcibiades Vol 4,  p. 378
Theages Vol 4, p. 405
The Rivals Vol 4, 423
Hipparcus Vol4, p. 439
Minos  Vol 4, p. 453
Clitopho Vol 4, P. 471

This Bohn edition of the Works of Plato predates the Jowett translation and it is interesting to compare the different translations.

Printing Dates

Volume 1: 1852
Volume 2: 1849
Volume 3: 1850
Volume 4: 1851
Volume 5: 1852

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