Author:Mitchell Starrett Buck

Mitchell S. Buck
(1887–1959)

American poet, translator, and classical scholar

WorksEdit

Original worksEdit

  • "The Egyptian Moral Code" (1911)
  • "Present Day Occultism and Its Literature" (1911)
  • "The New Science" (1911)
  • "The Mission of the Symbols" (1911)
  • "A Treatise on Immortality" (1912)
  • "While Egypt Slept" (1913)
  • "The Story of Isis and Osiris" (1913)
  • "Tubal-Cain" (1913)
  • "The Builder" (1914)
  • Syrinx: Pastels of Hellas (1914) — Reprinted in full in Ephemera
  • Ephemera: Greek Prose Poems (1916)
  • The Songs of Phryne (1917)
  • Book Repair and Restoration: A Manual of Practical Suggestions for Bibliophiles (1918)
  • Afterglow: Pastels of Greek Egypt, 69 B.C. (1924)
  • The Life of Casanova from 1774 to 1798 (1924)
  • "Casanova: The Greatest Lover of All Time" (1929)
  • Rose of Corinth (1929)

TranslationsEdit

  • Aphrodite (1913)
  • The Greek Anthology: The Amatory Epigrams (1916)
  • Hetairikoi Dialogoi (1916)
  • The Songs of Bilitis (1919)
  • Byblis; Leda; A New Pleasure (1920)
  • Martial: Epigrams in Fifteen Books (1921)
  • The Mimes of Herondas (1921)
  • The Collected Works of Pierre Louÿs (1932)
  • The Priapeia (1937)


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1927.


The author died in 1959, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.