"For the Natural Questions . . . a new translation was badly needed. Corcoran's Loeb translation was outdated when it was published forty years ago, and our understanding of the text has advanced greatly since then. Hine . . . has contributed more than anyone to this progress. . . . The most striking innovation of Hine's translation is a new sequence of the books. . . . If the corrected order is right, as seems probable, the reader has the advantage of starting with the opening that Seneca gave the work."– "Bryn Mawr Classical Review"