Eschyle, traduction nouvelle (1872)

Contributors

Contributor Contribution Main contributor
Charles Marie René Leconte de Lisle (1818-1894) Translator
Year: 
1872
Notes: 
Prose translation by Leconte de Lisle. This volume contains Prométheus Enchaîné, Les Suppliantes, Les sept contre Thèba, Agamemnôn, Les Khoèphores, Les Euménides and Les Perses. The Orestia is here translated in full and not adapted as in Les Erinnyes, first performed and published in 1873. Agamemôn, Les Khoèphores and Les Euménides were included in the 2007 edition of Leconte de Lisle's translations on the Tojan cycle entitled Mourir pour Troie (Annie Collognat, ed.). Sources: COPAC and BNF catalogue général, for a discussion of Leconte de Lisle's translations, see also Delcourt, Marie. Etude sur les traductions des tragiques grecs et latins en France depuis la Renaissance. 1925, p.218-252. The first edition is available online http://archive.org/details/eschylel00esch (06/06/12).
Publication details: 
Paris: A. Lemerre
Languages: 
French
URI: 
productions/translations/8907

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