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Review 'Very usable source. I like the professional inclusion o introduction, notes, bibliography and clear Stephans numbering. All contribute to introducing students to a scholarly text. Book opens easily for ease in reading. I will consider it for future courses.'--Dr. Madonna R. Adams, Pace University'Gallop's translation, notes, and introduction to Plato's Phaedo shows first rate literary, philosophical and historical competence.'--Professor John J. Glanville, San Francisco State University'Very fine volume. I appreciate the full Stephanus notation as well as the ample index.'--Germain Kopaczynski, St. Hyacinth Clg. & Sem.'So glad you included the Stephanus numbers. Notes are helpfu. Look forward to complete Oxford Plato.'--Professor Eva AH. Cadwallader, Westminster College'Explanatory notes are very useful for students without a great deal of background in Greek history or philosophy.'--Dr. mark Berber, Saint Mary's College Read more Language Notes Text: English, Greek (translation) Read more See all Editorial Reviews