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January 09, 2010

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Wondrous this translation that captures the heroic measure of the Latin.

I second the motion. "Crete of the one hundred noble cities" is grand, as is the invocation of the "charming wine god." Shades of Callimachus -- or Pound and Robert Fitzgerald. Heroic is the right word for the elegiac mode: "the shriveled tits of the eunuchs /whose mosquito netting ripples and flows in sunlight / among the dishonored standards."

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