Watson, Rosamund Marriott, editor. Selections from the Greek Anthology. W. Scott, 1901.
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|Intertextuality and Influence||Elizabeth Carter|
|Occupation||R. D. Blackmore||
He published several volumes of poetry and translated works by Theocritus and Virgil . He found the occupation of novelist extremely profitable, and used most of his revenue from writing to fund his horticultural endeavours...
|Textual Features||Anna Jane Vardill|
|Textual Features||Rosamund Marriott Watson|
|Textual Production||Anne Francis||
AF explains in her preliminary discourse (dated 24 July 1781) that she began by making a prose translation. Then she endeavour[ed] to soften, with the flow of numbers, the rugged, inharmonious style of literal translation...
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