Charles Bernstein and Richard Tuttle's 'Echologs'

Charles Bernstein and Richard Tuttle, Echologs

After the poetry match in Virgil’s Eclogues, III

with an appendix comparing earlier translations.

Damoetas
To all’s high, guys! everything that echoes!,
what gives ground and by Jove’ll cure our songs.

Menalcas
But it’s me that beauty loves!; all her charms
surround, crowns of sweetest ruddy roses

“Echologs” is by Bernstein, based on Tuttle’s initial translation and ongoing conversation. Bernstein  assembled the comparative translations.

48 pages. November 2020
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