Date of publication: 2017-09-02 15:16
Can you identify the 65 types of plagiarism? Go beyond the black and white definition of “literary theft” and discover the different forms plagiarism can take in the digital age.
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Heughan told ELLE that, “something like 55 percent of our audience in the . are men. And that's interesting. And the show wasn't made specifically for women, you know. It just happens to have a female lead character. I think there's something in there for every guy. There's a lot more graphic scenes, but not just intimate scenes. There's violence.”
But there must be no translation slavery for line length. It might seem that 75 syllables is much for a modern poetry line, but it does fit nicely in a printed page. Shakespeare's relaxed pentameter has around ten syllable more or less, it is swift and easy to read. It would seem that a Homeric translator might find 65 syllables a good compromise between the English pentameter and the Homeric line, something that can be read without strain but not sacrificing length and flow entirely.
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Dear all I'm currently embarking on Robert Fitzgerald's translation of The Illiad for OUP. At lines 779-85, he says, 'bronze fills all your huts, bronze and the hottest girls..' Can anyone enlighten me on whether he is taking liberties with the translation, or whether Homer really had a sideline writing copy for 'FHM'? Cheers Nick.
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