Lysistrata

Translations

  • 1872, William James Hickie, The Comedies of Aristophanes. A New and Literal Translation, Vol 2 (London: Bohn’s Library).
  • 1912, published by the Athenian Society, London; unknown translator rumored to be Oscar Wilde. Lysistrata
  • 1924, Benjamin B. Rogers, verse
  • 1925, Jack Lindsay, verse[70]
  • 1934, Arthur S. Way, verse
  • 1944, Charles T. Murphy, prose and verse
  • 1954, Dudley Fitts, prose and verse
  • 1961, Donald Sutherland, prose and verse[71]
  • 1963, Douglass Parker, verse
  • 1972, Germaine Greer, prose
  • 1988, Jeffrey Henderson, verse
  • 1991, Nicholas Rudall
  • 2000, George Theodoridis, 2000, prose[72]
  • 2002, David Landon, prose and verse
  • 2003, Sarah Ruden
  • 2004, Paul Roche, verse and prose
  • 2005, Edward Einhorn, prose and verse[73]
  • 2003/06, Chris Tilley, musical version with prose and songs
  • Anonymous translator, prose[74]

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