Duckworth, Londen, 1974. 198p. ills. Paperback. Spine discoloured and with slight reading trace. 'This volume in the Classical Life and Letters series is a useful and elegant introduction to Xenophon's life and work. Anderson is admirably successfull in communicating direct appreciation of his author, for whom he makes no exaggerated claims, and often directs our attention to unsuspected points of interest. The main controersies are neither shirked nor given over-detailed treatment, and I suppress my occasional inclination to take a different view of a passage or an episode.' (D.M. LEWIS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1977, p.107).