In four short dialogues, Oliver Taplin, Emeritus Professor in the Oxford University Classics Department and Lorna Hardwick, Professor of Classical Studies and Director of the Classical Receptions, Drama and Poetry in English project, discuss the issues of Ancient Greek and Roman texts for modern audiences. Is there a core to translation? Is there ever a faithful translation? Can Poetry be translated? And who translates and for whom?
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Course Credit: University of Oxford
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|Can Poetry be Translated?||00:16:00|
|Is there ever a Faithful Translation?||00:15:00|
|Is there a Core to Translation?||00:15:00|
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