Translations

  • Miscellanea

  • Translation Title: Traduction nouvelle des Satyres, des Épîtres et de l'Art poétique d'Horace
  • Original Author: Horace
  • Original title: Miscellanea
  • Publ. Year From: -0001 to:
  • lang: Latin
  • Translation: Traduction nouvelle des Satyres, des Épîtres et de l'Art poétique d'Horace
  • N° Editions: 4
  • Pub. Place: Paris
  • Pub. Date: 1684
  • Lang: French
  • Note:

    Although Tarteron does not say which editions he used for this translation, he acknowledges having found a source of inspiration in Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux's imitations of Horace's Ars Poetica (L'Art poétique, 1674) and Satirae (Satires, 1666).

    As stated in the title, this collection includes both books of Satirae, both books of Epistolae and the Ars Poetica.

    This edition, with a few corrections and different titles, was republished in 1700, 1710 and 1713.

  • Miscellanea

  • Translation Title: Traduction nouvelle des Satyres de Perse et de Juvénal
  • Original Author: Persius and Juvenal
  • Original title: Miscellanea
  • Publ. Year From: -0001 to:
  • lang: Latin
  • Translation: Traduction nouvelle des Satyres de Perse et de Juvénal
  • N° Editions: 5
  • Pub. Place: Paris
  • Pub. Date: 1688
  • Lang: French
  • Note:

    Tarteron mentions Michel de Marolles's Les Satires de Juvénal et de Perse (1658) as his main source of inspiration for this version, as Marolles's volume included both the original Latin text and his French translation.