We love our library at Trivium — these books have informed and inspired our work since the beginning, and we'd love to share them with you. If you're looking to dive deep into a specific artist or era, this is the place.
The infinite complexities of the theory of beauty, distilled into six perfect principles. You read it here first, folks.
The first encyclopedia of artist biographies. It may be nearly 500 years old, but it's still fun to read.
Drama, tragedy, comedy and satire. Aristotle's masterclass on poetry and theater — too bad half of it's missing...
Irony, humor, metaphysics and the meaning of life. The original philosophical masterwork.
Prophetic visions, or the hallucinations of ergot poisoning? You decide.
Prince Rama's journey to rescue his wife Sita from the demon king Ravana. Keep on trucking Rama, your wife is in the next castle.
How many words does it take to describe the meaning of life? 1.8 million it turns out.
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