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Translating Classical Literature: Two Critics Weigh In
Daniel Mendelsohn: "Tone is everything. Translating Agamemnon? Clytemnestra shouldn't sound like Joan Crawford." Dana Stevens: "In their eagerness to make Homer accessible to impatient 21st-century ears, [two] new translations sometimes opt for speed and directness at the cost of nobility." The New York Times Book Review 10/13/13
Posted October 9, 2013 12:59 AM




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