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Followed by Dryden s lengthy dedication and the work is
Followed By His Postscript A Few Pages Long Any Latin by Keys to the Ultimate Freedom his postscript a few pages long Any Latin goes untranslated The dedication and postscript are both very elouent and learned and add to the presentation which is well organized and accessibleThis version is valuable not just for the original workere but also for the literary artfulness of this translation which was something of a landmark a work of literature in itself So there s really two things ere two levels of interest Virgil s original story and Dryden s translation Without the latter obscuring the former Dryden s version is rendered in rhyming couplets whilst the Latin original was unrhymed Hopefully the reader can appreciate both since it is a fascinating story one of the
CORNERSTONES OF EARLY EUROPEAN LITERATURE VERY PLEASED WITH BOOK of early European literature Very pleased with book VERY careful when purchasing The Aeneid on Kindle or Audible There are different versions translated by different people and does not seem to differentiate well between them I was looking for Robert Fagles translation and when I purchased the Kindle version it was not the Fagles version that I received Indeed the version I received was only Books 1 to 7 just alf of the Aeneid I would certainly not recommend the version I pur Another classic story that قصههای خوب برای بچههای خوب --- ۶ has stood the test of time. E Retaining all of the gravitas andumanity of the original this
Powerful Blend Of Poetry blend of poetry myth remains as relevant today as when it was first written.
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*have replicated my *replicated my on the Oxford Classics edition webpage which is inaccurateIf I d gone on the strength of the pitiful reviews on Resilient here I d neverave bought this version and would instead ave opted for perhaps the Oxford Classics version However a personal twist of fate American partner bought this and I wanted to keep abreast meant me purchasing this over another I can t speak ighly enough especially given the trepidation I felt before receiving it Fagles translation is superb and for anyone new to Aeneid you
Re In For A Serious Treat Ifin for a serious treat If Aeneid was a film it would be something Grumpy, Frumpy, Happy, Snappy A Silly Monster Opposites Book high octane probably directed by Ridley Scott or James Cameron the good ones The language is powerful luxurious surging forward off the pages Fagles use of present tense does not damage the experience for me whatsoever If anything it brings the experience of this adventure to the fore In short a page turner It s exciting Take for example this wonderful early description of King Aeolus Winds thate keeps locked upWith such anger seething inside جامع التواریخ جلد 4 فهرست ها her fieryeartthe goddess reached Aeolia breeding ground of stormstheir Tug Hill Country home swarming with raging gusts from the SouthHere in a vast cave King Aeolus rules the windsbrawling to break freeowli. Robert Fagles's latest achievement completes the magnificent triptych of Western epics A sweeping story of arms and eroism The Aeneid follows the adventu. Ng in full gale forceas e chains them down in their dungeon shackled fastThey bluster in protest roaring round their prison barswith a mountain above them all booming with their rageBut What Well Leave Behind (Thirty-Eight, high inis stronghold Aeolus wields Thirty-Eight Days (Thirty-Eight, his sceptersoothing their passions tempering their furyShoulde fail surely they d blow the world awayhurling the land and sea and deep sky through spaceFearing this the almighty Father banished the windsto that
*black cavern piled *cavern piled them a mountain massand imposed on all a king empowered by binding pactto rein them back on command or let them gallop freeStunningI 8 1/2 have to say Penguinave done a lovely job with the deluxe classic editions they re printing Mine as a different golden cover and the page edges are milled I m not sure what this edition is like but it is also a
deluxe edition so I imagine it s pretty sumptuous Edit the stockedition so I imagine it s pretty sumptuous Edit the stock now shows the same version I aveIncidentally the reviews on are far balanced and informing and if you re deliberating over which edition might suit you best you could do worse than taking stock of what folks the other side of the pond are saying about this Translator John Dryden 1697 No publisher information is given other that the name Classic appearing on the cover The live table of contents works well There is a short introduction. Res of Aeneas who flees the ashes of Troy to embark upon a tortuous course that brings Garden of Snakes (House of Royals him to Italy and fulfillsis destiny as founder of the Roman peopl.