By Titus Lucretius Carus
Martin Ferguson Smith's paintings on Lucretius is either renowned and very popular. even if, his 1969 translation of De Rerum Natura--long out of print--is almost unknown. Readers will proportion our pleasure within the discovery of this actual and fluent prose rendering. For this variation, Professor Smith presents a revised translation, new advent, headnotes and bibliography.
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33 So the account of the plague does not reOect the poet's pessimism and despair. Rather "the prospect of salvation and of a heaven on earth which Lucretius offers ... _... ---- 33. Sec especially H. S. , "Lucretius' Interpretation ofthe Plague," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 62 (1957) 105-118. Sec also my notes in the Loeb edition 492 493, 578 579. 34. Loeb edition 579. SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING (Confined, except/or Greek and Latin texts, to works in English) 1. Lucretius Aigra, K.
They claim that 27. 336-337: The translation "province ... prevent" is an inadequate attempt to reproduce the pun oIJicium ... (~IJicere. 28. 370-371: The theory that Lucf. : 13 waters yield to the pressure of squamous ereatures and open liquid paths for them, because the fish leave behind them spaces into which the waters that yield can stream together; and they maintain that other things are able to move by the same reciprocal process and so exchange position, even though the universe is a plenum.
Lucretius and llis Intellectual Backgruund (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences: Amsterdam, 1997). The majority of the contributions are in English. jJicUI1IS (Cornell University Press: Ithaca, NY, IYln). llcretius, Virgil, alld Ovid (University of Toronto Press: Toronto, 1996). Dudley, D. R. ), Lucretius (Routledge and Kegan Paul: London, 1965). Gale, M. , Myth alld Poeliy ill Lucretius (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 1994). Hadzsits, G. , Lucretius and His Influence (Harrap: London, 1935).