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Unnannotated e-texts of John Dryden's translation of the Lives.

www.e-classics.com

Abridged modern English version of the classic biographies. The most heroic of the Greek lives, in an easy-to-read style, with clickable vocabulary for the student, and an extensive Ancient Greece Links page. Start here if you've never read Plutarch before.

www.e-classics.com/plutarch.htm

Who he was, what he wrote, and how he influenced Europe, especially during the Renaissance.

www.selfknowledge.com/plivs10.htm

The complete online HTML text of A. H. Clough's English-language translation, extensively annotated, with references cross-linked to the Encyclopedia of the Self.

www.perseus.tufts.edu/JC/plutarch.north.html

A few biographies of ancient Roman and Greek heroes from J. W. Skeat's 19th century edition of Sir Thomas North's 1579 English edition. The North edition was a Renaissance best-seller in England, and Shakespeare borrowed heavily from it for his plays. Provided by the Perseus Project at Tufts University.

www.selfknowledge.com/346au.htm

The Dryden edition, as revised by A.H. Clough, extensively annotated, with references cross-linked to the Encyclopedia of the Self.

classics.mit.edu/Browse/index-Plutarch.html

All of the classic biographies of heroes and villains from ancient Greece and Rome. The English text is awkward and antiquated, but it's the complete Dryden edition (1683), as revised by A.H. Clough (1864).