Book 1: Boethius (hereinafter: B.), imprisoned and alone, bewails. . .
Book 2: P. argues it is foolish to complain of adverse fortune, for. . .
Book 3: This book is preceded by one poem about love (2M8) and ends. . .
Book 4: B. laments the presence of unpunished evil in the realm of a. . .
Book 5: B. insists that P. explain the nature of chance (i.e.,. . .
Boethius' Consolatio Philosophiae, edited, with a commentary, by James J. O'Donnell, published in: Julia Haig Gaisser and James J. O'Donnell, Series Editors, Bryn Mawr Latin Commentaries Vols. 1-2 (Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899, ($10.00) ISBN 0-929524-37-3 (2 vol.))
Translation by W.V. Cooper (J.M. Dent and Company, London, 1902. The Temple Classics, edited by Israel Golancz M.A.)
Creation of machine-readable version: James O'Donnell, University of Pennsylvania
Conversion to TEI-conformant markup: University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center
Complete hypertext generation from database: Joost W.M. Kok (Facta & Verba) (February 1996 - March 1997).