International Eclogues Study
12 July 2008
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Wendell Clausen, ed., Eclogues (Oxford: Clarendon, 1995).Now available: a list of characters for the sequence of ten poems.
If you don't have a text of the Eclogues you can download one for free from the Eclogues group file section in one of three formats (ASCII text, Microsoft Word, PDF). If you prefer a book to a printout, there are also two or three paperback editions with the Latin text and an English translation on facing pages. If your library doesn't have them (or if you like to mark up the text you're reading), you can buy them online
David Ferry's translation (with Latin on facing pages). Smooth, sometimes sacrifices proper nouns in order to convey their implications.
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