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eBook Sappho (Gay  Lesbian Writers Series) download ISBN: 0791082202
Author: Professor Jane McIntosh Snyder B.A.. PH.D.
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications (January 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 131
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Sappho (Gay & Lesbian Writers Series) Hardcover – January 1, 2006 P.

The book provides close readings of the surviving examples of Sappho's poetry, occasionally presenting comparative material from other ancient Greek poets

The book provides close readings of the surviving examples of Sappho's poetry, occasionally presenting comparative material from other ancient Greek poets. In addition, a complete transliteration of the Greek verse is intended to enhance the reader's understanding of the original sound and rhythm of the texts. Sappho's influence on a number of lesbian poets, including Amy Lowell, . The text includes an appendix of the original Greek poetry.

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Jane M. Snyder, Jane Mcintosh Snyder. What emerges in this careful and engaging study is an explication of Sappho's work and its literary environment, which illuminates both Sappho and the ways she has been read, adopted, and co-opted over the centuries. Without polemics, and with scrupulous candor and fidelity to the originals, Snyder allows even those readers who are, as she puts it, 'Greekless' to find their connection with the vitality of the words and the poems, which often exist on the page in only the most fragmentary form.

Jane McIntosh Snyder. Sappho - Criticism and interpretation. Love poetry, Greek - History and criticism. Women and literature - Greece - Lesbos Island. Lesbians in literature. Desire in literature. Lesbos Island (Greece) - In literature. Columbia University Press.

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Snyder, Jane McIntosh. Lesbian Desire in the Lyrics of Sappho. Lesbians Are from Lesbos: Sappho and Identity Construction in The Ladder.

The Cambridge History of Gay and Lesbian Literature. Online ISBN: 9781139547376. Snyder, Jane McIntosh. New York: Columbia UP, 1997. The Woman and the Lyre: Women Writers in Classical Greece and Rome. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1989. Helios 3. (2008): 143–69.

- This series explores the lives of well-known writers who often struggled with the preceptions created by their sexual preferences - Volume-specific introductions discuss the individual writer's life highlighting some of their struggles as well as their legacy - Informative sidebars pinpoint critical moments in the writer's life as well as provide anecdotal information on the writer