Dream Sequence No. 2
384 – 322 B.C.
In this dream Aristotle lies stricken, felled by the thought that many of his words, and works, will not survive his time, later Times, or time.
(The Author requests the Reader’s patience, for here I translate from the Greek in a literal fashion.)
Aristotle cries out, “For it to be for them never to be, never to have been, never to, even, had have been!”
He then descends into in an translatable gibberish, almost a wail, a wailing of the most indescribable sort.
5.11.95, Over the High Sierra to the Black Hills
6.21.95, Summer Solstice over the High Plains
9.18.95, From the Prairie to the Piedmont
 Ancient texts list 137 title of works by Aristotle that, apparently, did not survive Antiquity.