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Richmond Lattimore

(1906—1984)


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(1906–84),

after graduation from Dartmouth (1926) and a Rhodes scholarship did graduate work, and was a member of the Bryn Mawr faculty (1935–71). He is known for his translations, including The Odes of Pindar (1947), The Iliad (1951), The Oresteia of Aeschylus (1953), Aristophanes' The Frogs (1962), and Euripides' Iphegenia (1973), and for scholarly writings as well as his own poetry, including The Stride of Time (1966), Poems from Three Decades (1972), and Continuing Conclusions (1983).

Subjects: Literature.


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