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Chinese

Words from Cold Mountain

Han-shan (c.800) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty-seven poems.

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Like Water or Clouds

Kline, A. S. (b.1947) | authored/translated by Kline, A. S.

The T’ang Dynasty and the Tao. A study of Taoism and the history of T’ang China, with biographies of the poets Wang Wei, Li Po, and Tu Fu, and new translations of their poetry.

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Tao Te Ching

Lao Tzu (c.605 BC–c.531 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Taoist Classic text.

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English

Beowulf

Author Anonymous (c.750) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new translation from the Old English.

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The Seafarer

Author Anonymous (c.750) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Translated from the Anglo-Saxon of the Exeter Book.

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The Wanderer

Author Anonymous (c.750) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Translated from the Anglo-Saxon of the Exeter Book.

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The Canterbury Tales

Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1343–1400) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A modernised version or translation, retaining Chaucer's rhyme scheme, and close to the original, but eliminating archaisms which would require explanatory notes.

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Troilus and Criseyde

Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1343–1400) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A similarly modernised version.

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The Dream Poems and Other Works

Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1343–1400) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A similarly modernised version, including: The Book of the Duchess, The House of Fame, The Parliament of Fowls, The Legend of Good Women, Selected Shorter Poems - including Merciless Beauty

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The Songs and Sonnets of John Donne

Donne, John (1573–1631) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Each with a prose equivalent to aid comprehension.

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Storming Heaven

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Biographies of four famous Elizabethans: Essex, Marlowe, Raleigh and Donne, within the context of the history of ideas, with reference to poetry, astrology, history, and mythology including the concept of the Goddess.

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The Compound Ghost

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

An original essay on Poetic translation.

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The Life Within

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

A treatise on the term Romanticism as applied to English poetry.

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Shakespeare, William (1564–1616) | arranged by Kline, A. S.

A new Anthology of 1400 Quotations from the complete works arranged by theme.

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Astrophil & Stella

Sidney, Philip (1554–1586) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The complete sonnets of Astrophil & Stella, each with a prose equivalent to aid comprehension.

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

The Pearl Poet (c.1390) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A modernised version or translation, retaining the alliterative style, and close to the original, but eliminating archaisms which would require explanatory notes.

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French

Selected Poems of Guillaume Apollinaire

Apollinaire, Guillaume (1880–1918) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A selection of poems by Guillaume Apollinaire including poems from Alcools, Vitam Impendere Amori, and The Bestiary.

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Aucassin & Nicolette

Author Anonymous (c. 1200) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The charming 13th century French ‘chantefable’.

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Baudelaire: Poems, Extracts & Commentary

Baudelaire, Charles (1821–1867) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Including (i) Eighty-eight major poems in verse translation, arranged in roughly chronological order of composition (ii) Voyage to Modernity: a new study of his poetry. (iii) Extracts from his prose.

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The Painter of Modern Life (Le Peintre de la Vie Moderne)

Baudelaire, Charles (1821–1867) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Baudelaire’s ‘manifesto’ of Modernity, written in 1860 and published in instalments in Le Figaro in 1863 in a new, downloadable English translation.

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The Ruins of Rome

Bellay, Joachim du (c.1522–1560) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Joachim du Bellay's Les Antiquités de Rome.

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Selected Poems from Joachim du Bellay

Bellay, Joachim du (c.1522–1560) | translated by Kline, A. S.

From L'Olive augmentée, Les Regrets, and others.

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Breton's First Surrealist Manifesto

Breton, Andre (1896–1966) | translated by Kline, A. S.

André Breton's First Surrealist Manifesto of 1924 in a new translation (external links, opening in new tab).

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La Belle Dame Sans Merci, and other poems

Chartier, Alain (c.1385–c.1430) | translation by Kline, A. S.

‘La Belle Dame Sans Merci’, and other poems by Alain Chartier in a new, downloadable English translation.

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Chateaubriand's Memoirs

Chateaubriand, François-René de (1768–1848) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new complete translation of his prose Memoirs, Mémoires d’outre-tombe, with an in-depth hyper-linked index.

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Atala & René

Chateaubriand, François-René de (1768–1848) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Atala: Love and religion in the wilds of America.

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The Last of the Abencerrajes

Chateaubriand, François-René de (1768–1848) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new translation of his tale of thwarted love set in Moorish Granada.

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Travels in Italy

Chateaubriand, François-René de (1768–1848) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new authoritative translation of Chateaubriand's travel notes Voyage en Italie. Romantic Classicism among the ruins!

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The Itinerary

Chateaubriand, François-René de (1768–1848) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new authoritative translation of Chateaubriand's Record of a Journey from Paris to Jerusalem and Back (Itinéraire de Paris à Jérusalem et de Jérusalem à Paris).

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Selected Poems from ‘Les Amours Jaunes’

Corbière, Tristan (1845–1875) | translated by Kline, A. S.

An English translation of selected poems from Tristan Corbière's ‘Les Amours Jaunes’, published in 1873

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Le Cid

Corneille, Pierre (1606–1684) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Corneille's drama, Le Cid, in English verse.

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Twenty-Four Poems from Paul Éluard

Éluard, Paul (1895–1952) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty-four poems in translation (external links, opening in new tab).

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Éluard, Paul (1895–1952) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Sixteen more poems in translation (external links, opening in new tab).

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The Lais of Marie de France

France, Marie de (fl.1160–1215) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Lais of Marie de France - a series of twelve short narrative Breton poems.

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Winning The Rose

Kline, A. S. (b.1947) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A commentary on The Romance of the Rose by Guillaume de Lorris and the Continuation by Jean de Meung.

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The Sonnets of Louise Labé

Labé, Louise (c. 1524–c. 1566) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Sonnets of Louise Labé in translation.

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Chansons, Rondeaux, Motets

La Halle, Adam de (c.1240–c.1288) | translated by Kline, A. S.

An English translation of the 13th century Chansons, Rondeaux and Motets of Adam de la Halle.

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The Romance of the Rose

Lorris, Guillaume de (1200–1238) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Romance of the Rose (Le Roman de la Rose) - Guillaume de Lorris' dream allegory of courtly love.

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The Motets of Guillaume de Machaut

Machaut, Guillaume de (c. 1300–1377) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The 14th century Motets of Guillaume de Machaut.

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The Rondeaux & Ballades of Guillaume de Machaut

Machaut, Guillaume de (c. 1300–1377) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The 14th century Rondeaux & Ballades of Guillaume de Machaut.

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The Virelais of Guillaume de Machaut

Machaut, Guillaume de (c. 1300–1377) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The 14th century Virelais of Guillaume de Machaut.

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The Book of the True Tale (Le Livre dou Voir Dit)

Machaut, Guillaume de (c. 1300–1377) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The story of Guillaume de Machaut's real or fictional love for, and correspondence with, a young female poet, Péronne d’Armentières.

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The Remedy for Fortune (Le Remede de Fortune)

Machaut, Guillaume de (c. 1300–1377) | translated by Kline, A. S.
Guillaume de Machaut's tale of the young lover who is counselled by Hope as to how to achieve happiness through perseverance, despite the vagaries of Fortune.

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Un Coup de Dés & Other Poems

Mallarmé, Stéphane (1842–1898) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Thirty-eight of Stéphane Mallarmé's poems in translation including 'Un coup de dés jamais n’abolira le hasard'. The latter comprises the formatted French text, a formatted English translation, and compressed and punctuated texts in both languages to allow rapid grasp of the whole.

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Fragments - Anatole's Tomb.

Mallarmé, Stéphane (1842–1898) | translated by Kline, A. S.

An adaptation of selected fragments written after the death of his young son.

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Selected Poems from Clément Marot

Marot, Clément (1496–1544) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected poems of Clément Marot in English translation.

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The Romance of the Rose, The Continuation

Meung, Jean de (c. 1240–c. 1305) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Jean de Meung's Continuation - a development of the courtly love poem "The Romance of the Rose" by Guillaume de Lorris.

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Moréas's Manifesto of Symbolism (1886)

Moréas, Jean (1856–1910) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Manifesto of Jean Moréas, published in the newspaper Le Figaro.

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Ballades and Rondeaux of Charles d’Orléans

Orléans, Charles de (1394–1465) | translated by Kline, A. S.

One Hundred Selected Ballades and Rondeaux by Charles d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans and Valois.

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The Rondeaux of Christine de Pisan

Pisan, Christine de (1364–c.1430) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The early love poetry of Christine de Pisan - Rondeaux.

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The Hundred Ballads of Christine de Pisan

Pisan, Christine de (1364–c.1430) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The early love poetry of Christine de Pisan - The Hundred Ballads (Les Cent Ballades).

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Andromache

Racine, Jean (1639–1699) | translated by Kline, A. S.

His drama, Andromache, in a new English verse translation.

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Berenice

Racine, Jean (1639–1699) | translated by Kline, A. S.

His drama, Berenice, in a new English verse translation.

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Phaedra

Racine, Jean (1639–1699) | translated by Kline, A. S.

His drama, Phaedra, in a new English verse translation.

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Rimbaud

Rimbaud, Arthur (1854–1891) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A selection of his poetry including early poems, Les Illuminations and Une Saison En Enfer both complete, and an extract from the 'Voyant' Letter.

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Selected poems from Pierre de Ronsard

Ronsard, Pierre de (1524–1585) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected poems, in English verse.

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Cyrano de Bergerac

Rostand, Edmond (1868–1918) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Cyrano de Bergerac, in English verse.

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Délie

Scève, Maurice (c. 1501–c. 1564) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A selection of the poems from Scève's Délie presented with fifty allegorical woodcuts.

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Troubadour Poetry, From Dawn to Dawn

Troubadours, The (c.1100–c.1350) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Sixty poems of the Troubadours translated from the Occitan. The translations are close to the originals in content, rhyme-scheme and rhythm. Included are translations of poems by Guillaume de Poitiers, Jaufre Rudel, Beatritz de Dia, Bernart de Ventadorn, Arnaut Daniel, Peire Vidal, Bertran de Born, Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, Guillem de Cabestan, Sordello, and others.

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The Arthurian Romances of Chrétien de Troyes

Troyes, Chrétien de (1130–1191) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Chrétien de Troyes' Arthurian Romances including Érec and Énide, Cligès, Yvain, the Knight of the Lion, Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart and Perceval, the Story of the Grail.

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Early French Poetry

Various Authors (1100–1400) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A selection of poems from Early France. Including translations of poems by Marie de France, Arnaut Daniel, Bertran de Born, Thibaut IV Roi de Navarre, Guillaume de Machaut, Eustace Deschamps, Christine de Pisan, and Charles d'Orléans.

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French Poetry of the 19th Century

Various Authors (1800) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems from the French 19th century including poems by Victor Hugo, Gérard de Nerval, Alfred de Musset, Théophile Gautier, Leconte de Lisle, Stéphane Mallarmé, Paul Verlaine, Jules Laforgue and Guillaume Apollinaire.

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French Poetry of the 20th Century

Various Authors (1880–1986) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems from the French early to mid-20th century including poems by Apollinaire, Supervielle, Breton, Tzara, Eluard, Artaud, Aragon, Desnos, Prévert, Ponge, Char, and others (external links, opening in new tab).

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Selected Poems from Paul Verlaine

Verlaine, Paul (1844–1896) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A personal selection of seventy-three poems by Paul Verlaine.

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Further Poems from Paul Verlaine

Verlaine, Paul (1844–1896) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Further poems in translation.

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Les Poètes Maudits

Verlaine, Paul (1844–1896) | translated by Kline, A. S.

An English translation of Paul Verlaine's ‘Accursed’ Poets (Les Poètes Maudits), first published in 1884.

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Villon

Villon, Francois (1432–1463) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected poems in verse translation, including Ballade des Dames du Temps Jadis, Les Regrets de la Belle Heaulmière, and Ballade des Pendus.

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Georgian (Kartuli)

Host and Guest

Vazha-Pshavela (1861–1915) | translated by Jgerenaia, Lela G.

A new translation of his Classic 19th Century Georgian poem Host and Guest.

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German

Selected Poems from Paul Celan

Celan, Paul (1920–1970) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty-five poems of Paul Celan (external links, opening in new tab).

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Parzival

Eschenbach, Wolfram von (c.1160–c.1220) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The 13th century medieval romance in verse translation.

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Faust Parts I & II

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749–1832) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A complete verse translation with stage instructions and line numbers.

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Selected Poems from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749–1832) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Fifty-four major poems in verse translation.

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Heine, Heinrich (1797–1856) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A Selection of Poems from his complete works, in verse translation, including Morphine,Der Scheidende,Der Asra, and lyrics from the Buch der Lieder.

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The Restless Spirit

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

A critical scene by scene study of Goethe's Faust. The downloads also contain the verse translation of the play, to which the study headings are hyper-linked.

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Rainer Maria Rilke's German Poems & Commentary

Rilke, Rainer Maria (1875–1926) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Duino Elegies: The ten Elegies complete.

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Rainer Maria Rilke's French Poems

Rilke, Rainer Maria (1875–1926) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Rainer Maria Rilke’s French poems created during the last four years of his life.

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Letters to a Young Poet

Rilke, Rainer Maria (1875–1926) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Rilke's letters to a young poet Franz Xaver Kappus, written between 1902 and 1908, in English translation.

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Tristan

Strassburg, Gottfried von (c.1165–c.1215) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Strassburg's unfinished Tristan with the concluding Thomas fragments.

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Greek (Ancient)

Aeschylus - The Oresteia

Aeschylus (c.525–c.456 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Agamemnon, Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers), and Eumenides.

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Aeschylus - Persians and Three Other Plays

Aeschylus (c.525–c.456 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Persians, Seven Against Thebes, Suppliant Maidens, and Prometheus Bound.

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Aristophanes - Clouds and Two Other Plays

Aristophanes (c.446–c.386 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Clouds, Frogs and The Birds.

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Aristophanes - Lysistrata and Two Other Plays

Aristophanes (c.446–c.386 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Lysistrata, Women in Parliament and Women at the Festival.

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Aristophanes - Peace and Two Other Plays

Aristophanes (c.446–c.386 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Peace, Knights and Wasps.

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Euripides - Bacchae and Three Other Plays

Euripides (c.480–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Bacchae, Alcestis, Andromache, and Suppliant Women.

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Euripides - Iphigeneia in Aulis and Three Other Plays

Euripides (c.480–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Iphigeneia in Aulis, Iphigeneia in Tauris, Elektra, and Hekabe.

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Euripides - Medea and Three Other Plays

Euripides (c.480–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Medea, Herakleidae, Herakles, and Hippolytus.

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Euripides - Helen and Three Other Plays

Euripides (c.480–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Helen, Phoenician Women, Ion, and Cyclops.

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Euripides - Trojan Women and Two Other Plays

Euripides (c.480–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Trojan Women, Orestes and Rhesus.

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Hesiod's Works and Days

Hesiod (fl.750–650 BC) | translated by Kelk, Christopher

A new, English translation of Hesiod's Works and Days, written by the ancient Greek poet around 700 BC.

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Hesiod's Theogony

Hesiod (fl.750–650 BC) | translated by Kelk, Christopher

A new, English translation of Hesiod's Theogony describing the origins and genealogies of the Greek gods.

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Hesiod's Shield of Heracles

Hesiod (fl.750–650 BC) | translated by Kelk, Christopher

A new, English translation of Hesiod's Shield of Heracles describing the battle between Heracles, his nephew Iolaus and Cycnus, son of the war-god Ares.

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The Iliad - The killing fields of Troy

Homer (c.750 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new, complete, downloadable, English translation, with hyper-linked in-depth index.

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The Odyssey - The wanderings of Odysseus

Homer (c.750 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new, complete, downloadable, English translation, with hyper-linked in-depth index.

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The Homeric Hymns

Homer (c.750 BC) | translated by Kelk, Christopher

A collection of thirty-three Greek hexameter poems composed in the old Epic style.

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Elation, a Plea

Levy, Jim
Epicurus' philosophy according to Diogenes of Oenoanda. Elation, a Plea - a poem from Monet’s Eyes, New and Selected Poems by Jim Levy.

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An original essay on the teachings of the Hellenistic philosopher Epicurus (born ca. 341 BC).

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Argonautica

Rhodius, Apollonius (fl.300–225 BC) | translated by Kelk, Christopher

The myth of the voyage of Jason and the Argonauts to retrieve the Golden Fleece from Colchis.

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Sappho - Selected Poems

Sappho (630 BC–570 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Sappho: Selected Poems.

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Sappho, Poems and Fragments

Sappho (630 BC–570 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems and Fragments: Reconstructed from the source text.

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Sophocles - The Theban Plays

Sophocles (c.496–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Oedipus Rex, Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone.

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Sophocles - Philoktetes and Three Other Plays

Sophocles (c.496–c.406 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

Philoktetes, Ajax, Women of Trachis, and Elektra.

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Aristophanes & Menander

Various Authors (500–200 BC | translated by Theodoridis, George

Aristophanes' Wealth and Acharnians: also includes Menander's The Grouch.

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Lines of Love, Wine and Song: The Muses at Work

Various Authors (500–200 BC) | translated by Theodoridis, George

A selection of poetry by Anacreon and others.

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Italian

The Divine Comedy

Alighieri, Dante (1265–1321) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new, complete, downloadable, English translation, with hyper-linked in-depth name index, and comprehensive notes. A printed book version is also available.

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La Vita Nuova

Alighieri, Dante (1265–1321) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new English translation of 'The New Life'.

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Selected Rime of Dante Alighieri

Alighieri, Dante (1265–1321) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems from Dante's verse.

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Alighieri, Dante (1265–1321) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Dante's commentary on three of his canzoni, providing an interesting background to the philosophy of the Divine Comedy.

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Orlando Furioso

Ariosto, Ludovico (1474–1533) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new, English translation of the Italian chivalric romance set against the backdrop of the war between Charlemagne's Christian paladins and the invading Saracen army. Serialised publication with approximately one canto per month.

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Guido Cavalcanti

Cavalcanti, Guido (c.1255–1300) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Thirty-six selected poems including a new translation of 'Donna me prega'.

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A canto by canto commentary on the concepts and intentions behind The Divine Comedy.

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The Complete Canti of Leopardi

Leopardi (1798–1837) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Complete Canti.

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Selected Poems of Eugenio Montale

Montale, Eugenio (1896–1981) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems by Eugenio Montale (external links, opening in new tab)

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Petrarch's Complete Canzoniere

Petrarch (1304–1374) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Complete Canzoniere, and an introductory selection.

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Selected Poems from Salvatore Quasimodo

Quasimodo, Salvatore (1901–1968) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected poems by Salvatore Quasimodo (external links, opening in new tab).

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Fifty Selected Sonnets by Gaspara Stampa

Stampa, Gaspara (1523–1554) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Fifty selected sonnets by Gaspara Stampa, described as the Sappho of her day.

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Fifty More Selected Sonnets by Gaspara Stampa

Stampa, Gaspara (1523–1554) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Fifty more selected sonnets by Gaspara Stampa.

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Italian Poetry to 1600

Various Authors (1200–1600) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A selection of poems from Early and Renaissance Italy. Including translations of poems by Guido Cavalcanti, Lorenzo de Medici, Poliziano, Michelangelo, Vittoria Colonna, Gaspara Stampa, and Tasso.

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Five 20th Century Italian Poets

Various Authors (1883–1981) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Forty-nine poems from the early 20th Century by Umberto Saba, Dino Campana, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Salvatore Quasimodo, and Eugenio Montale (external links, opening in new tab).

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Latin

The Golden Ass

Apuleius (c.124–170) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Golden Ass: the transformations of Lucius Apuleius, and the rites of Isis.

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The Satyricon

Arbiter, Gaius Petronius (27–66) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Satyricon in English translation.

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Carmina Burana: The Wheel of Fortune

Author Anonymous (c.1000–1200) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Translations from the medieval text including the material used by Carl Orff in his scenic cantata.

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Catullus

Catullus (c.84 BC–54 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The complete unexpurgated poems, with hyper-linked in-depth index.

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Horace's Odes, Satires & Epodes

Horace (65 BC–8 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The four books of Odes complete.

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Punica

Italicus, Silius (c. 28–c. 103) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new, complete English translation of Silius Italicus' epic poem about the Second Carthaginian War.

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Juvenal's Satires

Juvenal (55–140) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Satires. Incisive social analysis from the age of Hadrian.

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A Honeycomb For Aphrodite

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

A critical study of Ovid's Metamorphoses hyper-linked to the corresponding translation.

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Pharsalia

Lucan (39–65) | translated by Kline, A. S.

His epic of the Civil War that brought Julius Caesar to power.

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Martial

Martial (c.38–c.104) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected unexpurgated epigrams.

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An original essay offering a novel interpretation of Virgil's Aeneid as a Trojan Horse for Augustus - ostensibly a glorification but in fact critical of the emperor.

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The Metamorphoses

Ovid (43 BC–17) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A new complete translation and in-depth mythological index. The text is fully hyper-linked to the index, and vice versa. A printed book version is also available.

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Ovid's Love Poems

Ovid (43 BC–17) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Amores. The early erotic Elegies, mainly addressed to his unknown lover, Corinna.

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Ovid's Heroides

Ovid (43 BC–17) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Letters from eighteen mythological women to their lovers or ex-lovers.

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Ovid's Poems of Exile

Ovid (43 BC–17) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Tristia, Ex Ponto, and Ibis with a hyper-linked in-depth index.

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Ovid's Fasti

Ovid (43 BC–17) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Ovid's Poem on the Roman Calendar, with a hyper-linked in-depth index

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Persius's Satires

Persius (34–62) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Satires. A fine and distinctive voice from the age of Nero.

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An Introduction to Plautus Through Scenes

Plautus (c.254 BC–184 BC) | translated/authored by Hardin, Richard F.

This selection, in new English translation by Richard F. Hardin, celebrates the comic artist Plautus.

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The Love Elegies of Sextus Propertius

Propertius (c.50 BC–c.15 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Love Elegies in translation, with an in-depth index.

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Thyestes

Seneca (4 BC–65) | translated by Murgatroyd, Paul

An acting version of Seneca's Roman tragedy depicting the revenge of Atreus, king of Argos, on his brother Thyestes.

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Seneca (4 BC–65) | translated by Murgatroyd, Paul

An acting version of Seneca's Roman tragedy depicting the the murder of king Agamemnon at the hands of his wife Clytaemnestra and her lover Aegisthus.

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Statius's Thebaid

Statius (c.45–c.96) | translated by Kline, A. S.

His epic of the Seven Against Thebes, which was highly valued by Dante and Chaucer and influenced both Renaissance theatre and epic.

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The Twelve Caesars

Suetonius (69–140) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Twelve Caesars in a new prose translation, with an in-depth hyperlinked index.

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The Agricola & Germania

Tacitus, Publius Cornelius (c.56–c.120) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Agricola and Germania of Publius Cornelius Tacitus.

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The Annals

Tacitus, Publius Cornelius (c.56–c.120) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Annals of Publius Cornelius Tacitus.

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The Histories

Tacitus, Publius Cornelius (c.56–c.120) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Histories of Publius Cornelius Tacitus.

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The Complete Poems of Tibullus and Sulpicia

Tibullus, Albius (c.55 BC–19 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The complete poems of Tibullus and of Sulpicia.

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The Eclogues, Georgics & Aeneid

Virgil (70 BC–19 BC) | translated by Kline, A. S.

The Eclogues: The pastoral poems.

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Original Poetry

Clear Ground

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

The poetry of A. S. Kline - selected from his Collected Works of original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Perspectives

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Looking Back At Earth

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Nature and Spirit

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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The Presence of Light

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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The Singing Of The Real World

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Values

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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The Gate Of Grass

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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No Roots Except In Air

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Entangled Clouds

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Slipping By

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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The Other Side of Silence

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Poetry, Charity

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Voiceless Banners Blowing

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Deep Fields

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Pollen In The Air

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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No Design

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Dark Matter

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Irreality

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Wayfaring

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Freedom and Meaning

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Another Nature

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Earthlight

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Wild Fruit

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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On A Distant Planet

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

Original poetry in the mainstream European tradition.

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Portuguese

Twenty poems from Fernando Pessoa

Pessoa, Fernando (1888–1935) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty poems in translation from the Portuguese poet.

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Russian

Selected Poems from Anna Akhmatova

Akhmatova, Anna (1889–1966) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Extensive selected poems in verse translation (external links, opening in new tab).

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Twenty-four major Poems from Osip Mandelshtam

Mandelstam, Osip (1891–1938) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty-four major Poems in verse translation, including Tristia.

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Forty-four more Poems from Osip Mandelshtam

Mandelstam, Osip (1891–1938) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Forty-four more Poems in verse translation.

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Twenty-Two Poems from Boris Pasternak

Pasternak, Boris (1890–1960) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty-Two Poems in verse translation (external links, opening in new tab).

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Eugene Onegin

Pushkin, Alexander (1799–1837) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Eugene Onegin in rhyming verse translation.

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Ruslan and Ludmila

Pushkin, Alexander (1799–1837) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Pushkin's epic fairy tale, Ruslan and Ludmila.

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The Bronze Horseman

Pushkin, Alexander (1799–1837) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Pushkin's narrative poem about the great flood of St. Petersburg in 1824.

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Twenty-Four Poems from Marina Tsvetaeva

Tsvetaeva, Marina (1892–1941) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Twenty-Four Poems in verse translation.

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The Berlin Poems: 1922

Tsvetaeva, Marina (1892–1941) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Marina Tsvetaeva's poems published in 1922 Berlin after her flight from the Soviet regime in Moscow.

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Twenty More Poems from Marina Tsvetaeva

Tsvetaeva, Marina (1892–1941) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A translation of twenty more poems by the noted Russian poetess, Marina Tsvetaeva.

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Clear Voices

Various Authors (1718–1943) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Sixty-eight poems translated from the Russian including poems by Pushkin, Blok, Akhmatova, and Mandelstam.

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Spanish

Selected Poems from Rafael Alberti

Alberti, Rafael (1902–1999) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems: Twenty poems of Rafael Alberti (external links, opening in new tab).

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Selected Poems from Jorge Luis Borges

Borges, Jorge Luis (1899–1986) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems: Twenty-one poems of Jorge Luis Borges (external links, opening in new tab).

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St John Of The Cross

Cruz, San Juan de la (1542–1591) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Seven spiritual poems by San Juan de la Cruz.

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Selected Poems from Luis de Góngora y Argote

Góngora y Argote, Luis de (1561–1627) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Selected Poems. Twenty-six sonnets by Luis de Góngora y Argote.

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Selected poems from Miguel Hernandez

Hernandez, Miguel (1910–1942) | translated by Kline, A. S.

On love and other personal themes.

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Further Selected Poems from Miguel Hernandez

Hernandez, Miguel (1910–1942) | translated by Kline, A. S.

By this great Spanish poet, including his elegy for Lorca.

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Four Final Plays by Federico García Lorca

Lorca, Federico Garcia (1898–1936) | translated by Kline, A. S.

His plays Blood Wedding, Yerma, The House of Bernarda Alba, and Dona Rosita the Spinster and the Language of Flowers.

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Poetry and Prose of Garcia Lorca

Lorca, Garcia (1898–1936) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Extensive Selected poems, Theory and Play of the Duende, his lectures on Deep Song, and Lullabies, his radio talk Holy Week in Granada, and his prose Impressions of Granada of 1918.

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Selected Poems by Antonio Machado

Machado, Antonio (1875–1939) | translated by Kline, A. S.

A selection of his major poems.

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The Major Poems of Pablo Neruda

Neruda, Pablo (1904–1973) | translated by Kline, A. S.

An extensive selection of his major poems (external links, opening in new tab).

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Don Juan Tenorio

Zorrilla, José (1817-1893) | translated by Kline, A. S.

Don Juan Tenorio, in English verse, with parallel Spanish text and line numbers (translated in collaboration with Nancy Mayberry).

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Various

Aphorisms

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

A selection of aphorisms from notebooks: 1980-2009.

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Further Aphorisms

Kline, A. S. (b.1947)

A further selection of aphorisms from notebooks: 2010-2018.

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View X. Z. Shao's blog - 'A Poetic Voice From China', or a selection of poems.

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Gaming Keyboards, 2.4G Wireless Keyboard Mouse Set, Computer Gam

Various Authors | translated by Kline, A. S.

Translations of poems in the European Languages from: Sappho, Catullus, Dante, Petrarch, Goethe, Leopardi, Pushkin, Heine, Baudelaire, Mallarmé, Mandelstam and Machado.

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Stretch Your Mind

Various Authors

A personal selection of links to texts at Project Gutenberg, as a tribute to Michael S. Hart (1947-2011) inventor of the e-book.

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