Arts: Classical_Studies: Greek: Sappho
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The Love Songs of Sappho
Translated with An Essay by Paul Roche. Introduction by Page duBois - a review.
Mythography / the Greek Poet Sappho
learn about the Greek poet Sappho and how her poems relate to Greek mythology
Poetry of Sappho
This page includes a brief biography, a selection of texts of various fragments of Sappho's poems, and links to further reading materials both online and off.
Books about the poet Sappho, her poetry, life, lesbianism, analyses of the relationship between her writing and that of other poets.
Sappho and the world of Lesbian poetry
A short study of several poems, with text in translation, by William Harris PhD, Prof.em. Middlebury College.
This page is devoted to understanding the poetry of Sappho, designed and organized by Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Associate Professor of Greek and Roman Classics at Temple University, designed primarily for students and teachers of Intellectual Heritage 51, a Core Humanities course at Temple University.
Sappho, the first modern poet
Excerpt from: Sappho - The Story of a Poet, by Edith Mora (Flammarion, 1966).
Sappho-Ode to Aphrodite
A reconstruction of the music of Sappho's "Ode to Aphrodite," by composer Ioannidis Nikolaos. Audio, original Greek text and English translation.
Sappho's Hymn to Aphrodite
Translation, notes, and metrical explanation on fr.1LP by Elizabeth Vandiver.
Tufts Hellenic Society: Sappho
An introduction to the poets life, including a translation of fr.1LP, as part of an article about the Greek island Lesvos by Chris Kazazis (Tufts Hellenic Society).
A Yokepair of Opposites
Comparison of the two contemporary writers, Sappho and Alcaeus of Lesbos.
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