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" If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator, I should require him to be literal at every cost save that of absolute violence to our language. "
Sophocles - Página v
por Sophocles - 1902 - 215 páginas
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Notes and Queries, Volumen57

1878
..."magniloquence and sonority of the Greek "are not to be coveted in comparison with the virtue of being " literal at every cost save that of absolute violence to our language." Hence it it not strange that we get a highly valuable book, but one which must be read over and over...
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The Agamemnon of Aeschylus

Aeschylus - 1877 - 148 páginas
...adventure ? If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator,...cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions which, happening to be out of daily favour, are all the...
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The Agamemnon of Aeschylus

Aeschylus - 1877 - 148 páginas
...•* If, because of the immense fame of the following -"' Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could ' . only do so by the help of a translator, I should require r» him to be literal at every cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain...
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AGAMEMNON, LA SAISIAZ AND DRAMATIC IDYLS

ROBERT BROWNING - 1882
...adventure ? If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator,...cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions which, happening to be out of daily favor, are all the more...
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An Introduction to the Study of Browning

Arthur Symons - 1886 - 216 páginas
...is not always easy to see why they should have been omitted.* Mr. Browning's canon of translation is "to be literal at every cost save that of absolute violence to our language," and well indeed has he observed his rule. Notwithstanding the greater difficulty of the metrical form,...
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The Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Browning ..., Volumen6

Robert Browning - 1887
...adventure ? If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator,...cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions, which, happening to be out of daily favor, are all the...
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The Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Browning ..., Volumen6

Robert Browning - 1887
...adventure ? If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator,...cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions, which, happening to be out of daily favor, are all the...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning: Aristophanes' apology. The Agamemnon ...

Robert Browning - 1889
...adventure ? If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator,...cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions which, happening to be out of daily favour, are all the...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volumen53

1890
...by the help of a trans* Three Dramas of Euripides. By WILLIAM CRANSTON LAWTON. Boaton, 1889. lator, I should require him to be literal at every cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions, which happening to be out of daily favor are all the more...
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Complete Works, Volumen11

Robert Browning - 1898
...adventure? If, because of the immense fame of the following Tragedy, I wished to acquaint myself with it, and could only do so by the help of a translator,...cost save that of absolute violence to our language. The use of certain allowable constructions which, happening to be out of daily favor, are all the more...
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