1. Who is praised for his virtue and dedication to studies in Letter II?
2. Which philosopher does Seneca quote in Letter II despite the fact that he does not particularly like him?
3. Which philosopher has a positive theory about "cheerful poverty?"
4. Which philosopher believes the idea of "cheerful poverty" is absurd?
5. What is an oxymoron?
6. What is the topic of Letter III?
7. Who is chastised in Letter III for not discussing his personal matters?
8. According to Seneca, what must one seek between extremes in all matters?
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