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Marius the Epicurean, his sensations and ideas. --

Walter Pater

Marius the Epicurean, his sensations and ideas. --

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsPR5130 1910 v.2,3
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Pagination2 v.
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Open LibraryOL26578949M


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Language: English. Brand new Book. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

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VOLUME II OF II WALTER PATER, E-Texts for Victorianists E-text Editor: Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. Electronic Version 1 / Date This Electronic Edition is in the Public Domain.

DISCLAIMER OF DAMAGES [1] I DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, COSTS AND EXPENSES, INCLUDING LEGAL FEES. Marius the Epicurean is the story of a young man's spiritual and aesthetic awakening in ancient Rome.

He journeys from Stoicism to Cyrenaicism to Epicureanism, and finally to Christianity. The book is subtle and profound, and is written in Pater's characteristically lovely prose.

Marius is a young Roman whose family has for many years lived on Whitenights, an estate in northern Italy. On that estate, Marius had grown to adolescence in an atmosphere of pagan piety and rural.

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The note instructs Marius to help Thénardier in any way he can. Back in Paris, Marius struggles to understand his father’s legacy.

He wonders why his father, who supposedly did not love him, asked to see him before he died. The churchwarden, Mabeuf, tells Marius that his father came to Paris every two or three months to watch his son at Mass. This collection, sometimes entitled Studies in the History of the Renaissance, is criticism as beautiful as the art it available from Cosimo Classics: Pater's Marius the Epicurean: His Sensations and h essayist and critic WALTER HORATIO PATER () was educated at Oxford University.

"Marius the Epicurean" is an imaginary historical portrait in which Marius, the detached observer, is offered as a kind of self-portrait of Pater transferred to the Rome of Marcus Aurelius. Marius speculates on vario us views of art and life, with the love of art for art's sake advocated, as is the moral obligation to lead a good and ordered life.

In breaking away from Gillenormand, Marius takes his first steps toward independence, and the ideas he explores and then rejects with the Friends of the ABC further enhance his self-understanding.

Previous section “Marius,” Books One–Three Next page “Marius,” Books Four–Seven page 2.(The Epicureans believed in the materiality of the soul, and based their ethical system on an appeal to the senses, nature, simplicity and temperance).

Part the First: Chapter 1, "The Religion of Numa" ("Numa" means "breath" or "spirit") What do we learn about Marius's familial circumstances from this chapter? (father dead, head of relatively prosperous rural family, in charge of performing.inquiry Marius makes into the contending beliefs of his age is the kind of inquiry Pater thought all men should make; but Marius' failure to heed Lucian's advice is the kind of failure that Pater, like Newman, wanted to warn against.

Marius the Epicurean is Pater's Grammar of Assent. In the novel, Marius' quest for religious certitude begins.