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Sappho's Fragment 16

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Fragment 16 is a poetic remnant by Sappho, a female poet who lived in Lesbos during the 7th century B.C. It is often referred to by the English title given it by one of Sappho's most famous tran...

[To an army wife, in Sardis...] - Poetry Foundation

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To an army wife, in Sardis: Some say a cavalry corps,. some infantry, some, again ,. will maintain that the swift oars. of our fleet are the finest. sight on dark earth; ...

Sappho Chose Love Not War, What Will You Choose? by Carol P ...

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Nov 12, 2012 ... If the identification of Anactoria as an army wife in Sardis is correct, Sappho might be trying to convince an army wife to leave her husband.

More about Poetry of Sappho with Julie Mehretu prints | Arion Press

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There is no wife, no army wife, no Sardis, in the poem itself. “We have chosen to translate those poems most nearly whole, as well as many of the fragments that ...

Sappho

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To an army wife, in Sardis Some say a cavalry corps, some infantry, some, again, will maintain that the swift ores of our fleet are the finest sight on dark earth; but ...

Sappho - poems - PoemHunter.com

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To any army wife, in Sardis: Some say a cavalry corps, some infantry, some again , will maintain that the swift oars of our fleet are the finest sight on dark earth; ...

Notes on war aesthetics Joshua Schuster

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A second lineage of war poetry begins with Sappho's "To an army wife, in Sardis" in which she claims perhaps for the first time in the Western tradition that the ...

Archilochos and Sappho - People Server at UNCW

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To any army wife, in Sardis: Some say a cavalry corps, some infantry, some again , will maintain that the swift oars of our fleet are the finest sight on dark earth; ...

Sappho [Archive] - Literature Network Forums

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Sep 24, 2008 ... Dark Muse. 03-23-2009, 12:32 AM. To an army wife, in Sardis: Some say cavalry corps, some infantry, some, again, will maintain that the swift

Dare I read?: December 2014

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Dec 31, 2014 ...To an army wife, in Sardis” Sappho ….. To Aphrodite Sappho ….. “not even / lovely” Sappho ….. “He seems to be a god, that man” Sappho …

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To an Army Wife, in Sardis Summary - eNotes.com

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Translator Mary Barnard has titled this twenty-line fragment “To an Army Wife, in Sardis.” Despite missing text, the sense of the Greek is clear; interconnected ...

To any army wife Analysis Sappho : Summary Explanation Meaning ...

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To any army wife, in Sardis: Some say a cavalry corps, some infantry, some again , will maintain that the swift oars of our fleet are the finest sight on dark earth; ...

Sappho's Fragment 16(a) | BLT

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Sep 20, 2013 ... and some men say an army of ships is the most beautiful thing ... upon the black earth is an army of horsemen; .... To any army wife, in Sardis:.