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Annabel Lyon, New Westminster (British Columbia), The Golden Mean.(Random House Canada; distributed by the publisher) (ISBN 978-0-307-35620-8)
Annabel Lyon's The Golden Mean is a wise and subtle journey into the Court of Philip of Macedon, the mind of Aristotle and his complex relationship with his pupil, Alexander the Great. In this glorious balancing act of a book, Aristotle emerges as a man both brilliant and blind, immersed in life but terrified of living.
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