Author:Edward Sherburne

Edward Sherburne
(1618–1702)

English poet and translator

WorksEdit

  • Rules, Orders, and Instructions (1683)

TranslationsEdit

  • Medea, a Tragedie(1648),
  • Seneca's Answer to Lucilius his Quære: Why Good Men suffer Misfortunes, seeing there is a Divine Providence, translated into English verse(1648)
  • Salmacis, Lyrian, and Sylvia, Forsaken Lydia, the Rape of Helen, a Comment thereon, with several other Poems and Translations (1651)
  • ‘The Sphere of Marcus Manilius made an English Poem, with annotations and an astronomical appendix (1675), by Marcus Manilius
  • Troades, or the Royal Captives: a Tragedy (1679), by Seneca
  • Comparison of Pindar and Homer (1696), by Francis Blondel
  • The Tragedies of L. Annæus Seneca the Philosopher, Medea, Phædra and Hippolytus, and Troades, or the Royal Captive, translated into English verse, with annotations, to which is prefixed ‘The Life and Death of Seneca the Philosopher (1702) (external scan)

Works about SherburneEdit


 

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