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Collected WorksKline, A. S. (b.1947)
Sixty poems of the Troubadours translated from the Occitan. The translations are close to the originals in content, rhyme-scheme and rhythm. Included are translations of poems by Guillaume de Poitiers, Jaufre Rudel, Beatritz de Dia, Bernart de Ventadorn, Arnaut Daniel, Peire Vidal, Bertran de Born, Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, Guillem de Cabestan, Sordello, and others.
Duino Elegies: The ten Elegies complete.
The Fountain of Joy: A new, original line-by-line commentary on the Duino Elegies.
Selected Poems from his complete works, including Requiem for a Friend, and extracts from the Sonnets to Orpheus.
A further twenty poems from his early and late works.
Translations by George Theodoridis
Agamemnon: The murder of the King.
The Choephori: Orestes returns to Argos to take vengeance.
The Eumenides: The third play in the Oresteian Trilogy.
Persians: The Persian defeat.
Prometheus Bound: The defiance of tyranny.
The Seven Against Thebes: Assault on Boeotian Thebes.
The Suppliant Maidens: Danaus and his fifty daughters.
Acharnians: The first bawdy, irreverent play of his anti-war trilogy in a new, exciting and explicit translation.
Birds: The master at his funniest and most brilliant.
Clouds: A fine new translation of this fascinating play.
Frogs: A comic masterpiece written beneath the shadow of defeat.
Knights: Saga of the sausage-seller.
Lysistrata: The famous final part of his dramatic trilogy.
Peace: A further part of his dramatic trilogy opposing the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta.
Wasps: Another buzz from the Old Comedy.
Wealth: The master returns!
Women at the Festival (Thesmophoriazousae): Unexpurgated!
Women In Parliament: More fun from the home of the politically incorrect.
Alcestis: A myth of self-sacrifice.
Andromache: Hector's widow and the aftermath of Troy.
Bacchae: His masterpiece.
Cyclops: Odysseus and the Cyclops.
Elektra: His drama on a theme also employed by Sophocles.
Hekabe: His drama on the Hecuba theme.
Helen: The story of Helen of Troy.
Heracleidae: The children of Heracles.
Herakles: A drama of Heracles.
Hippolytus: The Phaedra tragedy.
Ion: A Satyr Play.
Iphigeneia at Aulis: The Greeks sail for Troy.
Iphigeneia in Tauris: The Priestess of Artemis.
Medea: The late master of the Greek Drama, with a gripping theme.
Orestes: The aftermath of vengeance.
Phoenician Women: In a new translation.
Rhesus: An incident from the Trojan War.
Suppliant Women: The aftermath of the War of the Seven Against Thebes.
Trojan Women: The Fall of Troy.
Ajax: A new translation of this little-known play.
Antigone: His tragedy concerning the conflict between public and private morality.
Elektra: His drama on a theme also employed by Euripides.
Oedipus Rex: The drama and tragedy of King Oedipus.
Oedipus at Colonus: The final drama of King Oedipus.
Philoctetes: The bow of Heracles and the Trojan War.
Women of Trachis: In a new translation.