|←Author Index: Sa||Sappho
(c. 625 BCE – 569 BCE)
|Greek poet best known for her poems about love.|
- "A Girl in Love", translated by Thomas Moore (1902)
- Hymn to Venus
- "Inter Ignes Luna Minores", translated by Edwin Arnold (1902)
- "One Girl", translated by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1902)
- "Song of the Rose", translated by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1851)
- To a Loved One
- "To an uncultured Lesbian Woman", translated by John Addington Symonds (1902)
- "To Evening", translated by William Hyde Appleton (1902)
- "Translations from Sappho" in Pastorals, epistles, odes, and other original poems, translated by Ambrose Philips (1748)
- The Works of Anacreon, Sappho, Bion, Moschus and Musaeus, translated by Francis Fawkes (1760) (external scan)
- Sappho: memoir, text, selected renderings and a literal translation, translated by Henry Thornton Wharton (1887) (external scan)
- "Sappho", in Masterpieces of Greek Literature, edited by John Henry Wright (1902)
- Sappho: One Hundred Lyrics, reconstructed in translation by Bliss Carman (1903) (external scan)
- Sappho and the Vigil of Venus, translated by Arthur S. Way (1920)
- The Poems of Sappho, translated by Edwin Marion Cox (1924)
Works about SapphoEdit
- "The Æolic school of lyric poetry", Chapter XIII. §§ 6–10. in History of the Literature of Ancient Greece, to the period of Isocrates, by K. O. Müller, translated by George Cornewall Lewis, 1847.
- “Sappho” from Chapter XXV of The Age of Fable by Thomas Bulfinch, 1855.
- “Sappho”, by Philip Smith in Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, 1870.
- "Sappho," in The Nuttall Encyclopædia, (ed.) by James Wood, London: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd. (1907)
- "Sappho," by John Arthur Platt in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911)
- "Sappho," in The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co. (1914)
- "Sappho," in The Encyclopedia Americana, New York: The Encyclopedia Americana Corporation (1920)
- "Sappho", a poem by Letitia Elizabeth Landon, first published 1822 as Poetic Sketch, Second Series – Sketch the First.
- “To Sappho Dead” a poem from Poems, Volume I, by Florence Earle Coates (1916)
- “Sappho” a poem from Poems, Volume II, by Florence Earle Coates (1916)
- “Sappho” by Christina Rossetti
- “Sappho” from Helen of Troy and Other Poems by Sara Teasdale
- “Sappho” from Rivers to the Sea by Sara Teasdale
- “A Modern Sappho” by Matthew Arnold