The Classical Review

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Some Translations

1. Clarendon Translations.—Euripides: Hecuba, by J. T. Sheppard; Medea, by F. L. Lucas; Alcestis, by H. Kynaston. Sophocles: Antigone, by R. Whitelaw. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Paper, is. net each.

2. The Odyssey. Translated by Sir William Marris. Pp. 438. Oxford University Press. 8s. 6d. net.

3. Aeschylus; Eumenides. Translated into Rhyming Verse, with Introduction and Notes, by Gilbert Murray. Pp. xiii + 63. London: George Allen and Unwin. Cloth, 2s. net.

4. Choric Songs from Aeschylus, selected from ‘The Persians,’ ‘The Seven against Thebes,’ and ‘Prometheus Bound,’ with a translation in English Rhythm. By E. S. Hoernle, I.C.S. Pp. 27 + 60. Oxford: Blackwell. Boards, 5s. net.

5. Catullus LXIV. Translated into English verse by C. P. L. Dennis. Pp. 18. London: Burns Oates and Washbourne. Paper, is. 3d.

6. Catullus in English Poetry. By Eleanor Shipley Duckett. Pp. vii + 101. Smith College Classical Studies. Northampton, Massachusetts. Paper, 75 cents.

7. Catullus—The Complete Poems. By F. A. Wright. Pp. 89 + 155. Broadway Translations. George Routledge and Sons, Ltd. 12s. 6d. net.

8. The Poems of Catullus done into English Verse. By Hugh Macnaghten. Cambridge University Press. 5s. net.

9. The Odes of Horace done into English Verse. By Hugh Macnaghten. Cambridge University Press. 7s. 6d. net.

A. B. Ramsay