Extended Version* of an article by Bruce J. MacLennan, University of Tennessee.
"The 1566 Adlington translation of The Golden Ass is often reprinted, but outdated and inaccurate and therefore to be avoided. Fortunately, good modern translations are available, including those by Hanson (with facing Latin text), Kenney, Walsh, and others. Unfortunately, English translations of Apuleius' other surviving works are harder to find. The only contemporary translation of the Defense is in a collection of Apuleius' rhetorical works. Taylor's translations of The God of Socrates and Plato's Doctrine are bound with his 1822 translation of The Golden Ass, which is available in a modern edition from the Prometheus Trust."*In Meet the Philosophers of Greece, ed. Patricia O'Grady, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005.
See Apuleius, "Cupid and Psyche" from The Golden Ass, Walter Pater translation, in Gateway to the Great Books (10 Vol., 1963) volume 3.