By Diane J. Rayor
Sappho's Lyre is a mix of diligent examine and poetic artistry. The translations are in keeping with the newest discoveries of papyri (including "new" Archilochos and Stesichoros) and the most recent variants and scholarship. The advent and notes supply ancient and literary contexts that make this old poetry extra available to trendy readers.
Although this ebook is essentially aimed toward the reader who doesn't understand Greek, it might be a correct complement to a Greek language path. it's going to even have broad allure for readers of' old literature, women's reports, mythology, and fans of poetry.
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