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This masterful new verse translation of Virgil’s Georgics speaks as powerfully to our occasions because it did to the traditional poet’s. Janet Lembke offers this unsurpassed nature poem in an American idiom that's either based and delicate to the which means and rhythm of Virgil’s unique paean to the earth.
"This paintings is obviously by means of a grasp translator. Lembke strikes simply from the Latin hexameter into English verse of unfastened, five-beat rhythm that good captures that of the original."—Michael Putnam, Brown University
"A significant new translation."—Rosanna Warren

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