Summary Of Seneca's Letter To Seneca

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Seneca writes this statement in the context of the letter he is writing to his friend Paulinus who works in the corn trade. Seneca attempts to explain that because of the title he has Paulinus does not have any time free to spend on leisure. This still remains applicable if you replace the corn trade for any other statistic of today’s day and age such as the stock market. This can be easily misinterpreted because the state of the corn trade is not applicable to our everyday life, however in context it makes much more sense. Seneca is attempting to appeal to the fact that Paulinus should not worry about the state of the corn trade after he retires from his position, because he should be concentrating on spending his time at leisure. I agree
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