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The Eclogues; Georgics [translated texts]

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The Eclogues, ten short pastoral poems, were composed between approximately 42 and 39 BC, during the time of the 'Second' Triumvirate of Lepidus, Anthony, and Octavian. In them Virgil subtly blended an idealized Arcadia with contemporary history. To his Greek model - the Idylls of Theocritus- he added a strong element of Italian realism: places and people, real or disguised, and contemporary events are introduced. The Eclogues display all Virgil's art and charm and are among his most delightful achievements.Between approximately 39 and 29 BC, years of civil strife between Antony, and Octavian, Virgil was engaged upon the Georgics. Part agricultural manual, full of observations of animals and nature, they deal with the farmer's life and give it powerful allegorical meaning. These four books containsome of Virgil's finest descriptive writing and are generally held to be his greatest and most entertaining work, and C. Day Lewis's lyrical translations are classics in their own right.… (mere)

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Este libro de poemas pastorales es un clásico y, por lo tanto, difícil de descartar sin ayuda. Lo que encontré interesante fueron otras críticas en Goodreads. Uno declaró: "Apenas tengo idea de lo que realmente leí". Virgilio se lee como Shakespeare, aunque el trabajo está traducido del latín, así que comparto los sentimientos del otro crítico. Me tomó algo de tiempo leer los poemas, ya que tuve que investigar los diversos personajes y los dioses griegos y romanos para darle sentido. Incluso entonces, la historia de fondo de las guerras civiles y la inestabilidad política en Roma es difícil de discernir simplemente del texto de los poemas.pero la diferencia entre los ideales romanos y griegos sobre la vida pastoral son significativos. Mientras Virgilio aplica las imágenes griegas al paisaje italiano, las imágenes desmienten la verdadera historia. En la época de Virgilio, las ricas familias romanas dominaban las granjas y usaban mano de obra esclava para operarlas. persisten las virtudes de la vida rural en la granja familiar, pero el 'gran negocio' es dueño de la mayoría de las granjas . Las Georgicas son didácticas ya que proporcionan una guía para la agricultura, intercalados con metáforas para el nacimiento de Roma.
Esperamos mantener las abejas, y la apicultura es el tema del poema (si se deja de lado la metáfora del nacimiento de Roma). Por lo tanto, hay algo de alegría en encontrar al lector virgen, muy parecido a lo que uno podría encontrar en un soneto de Shakespeare. Sin embargo, sin la información de fondo, uno podría leer y no asimilar una palabra de lo que había leído.
  FundacionRosacruz | Mar 11, 2018 |
I enjoyed the Eclogues, particularly: I, II, III & VII.

The Georgics were not to my taste, although I suspect this may partly be due to the translation. ( )
  EroticsOfThought | Feb 27, 2018 |
Este libro de poemas pastorales es un clásico y, por lo tanto, difícil de descartar sin ayuda. Lo que encontré interesante fueron otras críticas en Goodreads. Uno declaró: "Apenas tengo idea de lo que realmente leí". Virgilio se lee como Shakespeare, aunque el trabajo está traducido del latín, así que comparto los sentimientos del otro crítico. Me tomó algo de tiempo leer los poemas, ya que tuve que investigar los diversos personajes y los dioses griegos y romanos para darle sentido. Incluso entonces, la historia de fondo de las guerras civiles y la inestabilidad política en Roma es difícil de discernir simplemente del texto de los poemas.pero la diferencia entre los ideales romanos y griegos sobre la vida pastoral son significativos. Mientras Virgilio aplica las imágenes griegas al paisaje italiano, las imágenes desmienten la verdadera historia. En la época de Virgilio, las ricas familias romanas dominaban las granjas y usaban mano de obra esclava para operarlas. persisten las virtudes de la vida rural en la granja familiar, pero el 'gran negocio' es dueño de la mayoría de las granjas . Las Georgicas son didácticas ya que proporcionan una guía para la agricultura, intercalados con metáforas para el nacimiento de Roma.
Esperamos mantener las abejas, y la apicultura es el tema del poema (si se deja de lado la metáfora del nacimiento de Roma). Por lo tanto, hay algo de alegría en encontrar al lector virgen, muy parecido a lo que uno podría encontrar en un soneto de Shakespeare. Sin embargo, sin la información de fondo, uno podría leer y no asimilar una palabra de lo que había leído.
  FundacionRosacruz | Jan 24, 2018 |
This book of pastoral poems is a classic, and therefore difficult to dismiss off-handedly. What I found interesting were other reviews on Goodreads. One stated: "I have hardly any clue what I actually read". Virgil reads like Shakespeare, although the work is translated from Latin, so I share the sentiments of the other reviewer! It took me some time to read the poems, as I had to research the various characters and Greek and Roman gods to make sense of it. Even then, the background story of the civil wars and political instability in Rome is difficult to discern simply from the poems' text. The imagery of the text is evident in [a:Naomi Mitchison|129487|Naomi Mitchison|https://images.gr-assets.com/authors/1293841343p2/129487.jpg]'s book [b:Cloud Cuckoo Land|14496194|Cloud Cuckoo Land|Naomi Mitchison|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1347323982s/14496194.jpg|20138773], but the difference between Roman and Greek ideals about pastoral life are significant. While Virgil applies Greek imagery to the Italian landscape, the images belie the true story. In Virgil's time, rich Roman families dominated the farms and used slave labour to operate them. According to David Quint, writing in The New Republic, it was the Roman equivalent of what has happened in agribusiness in the United States, where the virtues of the rural life on the family farm persist, yet 'big business' owns most of the farms. The Georgics are didactic in that they provide guidance for farming, interspersed with metaphors for the birth of Rome. I found Georgic IV, which concludes the book, to be inspiring. We are hoping to keep bees, and bee-keeping is the subject of the poem (if one puts aside the birth-of-Rome metaphor). So there is some joy to be found for the virgin reader, much like one might find in a Shakespearean sonnet. However, without the background information, one might read and not absorb a word of what one had read. This brings me to this particular Dover Thrift Edition. I enjoy the size and price of this series, but sometimes I wonder whether a more substantial text with notes would be useful. Of course, there is the tendency, like in the Penguin version of [a:Franz Kafka|5223|Franz Kafka|https://images.gr-assets.com/authors/1412460277p2/5223.jpg]'s [b:The Metamorphosis|34370255|The Metamorphosis|Franz Kafka|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1487714284s/34370255.jpg|2373750], to have longer notes than the actual work, and this can be worse. Nevertheless, this reading was useful as I steel myself for tackling Homer, Milton, and Dante. ( )
  madepercy | Nov 7, 2017 |
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The Eclogues, ten short pastoral poems, were composed between approximately 42 and 39 BC, during the time of the 'Second' Triumvirate of Lepidus, Anthony, and Octavian. In them Virgil subtly blended an idealized Arcadia with contemporary history. To his Greek model - the Idylls of Theocritus- he added a strong element of Italian realism: places and people, real or disguised, and contemporary events are introduced. The Eclogues display all Virgil's art and charm and are among his most delightful achievements.Between approximately 39 and 29 BC, years of civil strife between Antony, and Octavian, Virgil was engaged upon the Georgics. Part agricultural manual, full of observations of animals and nature, they deal with the farmer's life and give it powerful allegorical meaning. These four books containsome of Virgil's finest descriptive writing and are generally held to be his greatest and most entertaining work, and C. Day Lewis's lyrical translations are classics in their own right.

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