Ezra Pound & Sextus Propertius: A Study in Creative Translation
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Faber and Faber.
Green cloth boards.
Very good, a little shelf wear and some staining to endpapers. Printed pages all clean and unmarked.
Fair, with some scuffing and staining, especially to spine.
First edition, 1965.
Derived from a series of lectures given by the author at Oxford in 1959. 192 pp.
Uses Pounds translation from the Latin as an example of superlative creative translation, as opposed to the purely literal.