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What Virgil wrote in the vigor of his age, in plenty and at ease, I have undertaken to translate in my declining years: struggling with wants, oppressed with sickness, curbed in my genius, liable to be misconstrued in all I write.

John Dryden, on his translation of the Aeneid

Written by nevalalee

February 14, 2012 at 7:50 am

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