They married on the 2nd Dec.
Because of his marriage to an underage girl Bunting lost his position at the British Embassy, but continued his important intelligence work under the guise of being correspondent for The Times in Tehran; he retained this post until April His contract with The Times was not renewed after Sima at the age of fifteen gave birth to their first child, Sima-Maria, in January They left Iran in April. Bunting was reappointed Times correspondent in Oct. Bunting loved and admired many of the early Persian poets.
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In fact, aside from the break up of the form, it is an accurate translation Loloi and Pursglove, , pp. The simplicity and economy of language as well as clarity of diction and musical rhythm of early Persian poetry are qualities he believes any good poet should possess and ones that he strove to produce in his own poetry and translations. Eliot in his influential periodical The Criterion April Some are very accurate, at least as regards subject, such as the translations from Ferdowsi and Rudaki. His aversion towards any kind of mysticism has stripped his translations of Hafez of any Sufi implications.
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His language in these versions of Hafez is more ironic and his music terser than the original. The language here is typically elegant and yet straightforward, speaking of nostalgic moments without sentimentality or exoticism.
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Terrell, Orono, ME, , pp. Submitted tags will be reviewed by site administrator before it is posted online. If you enter several tags, separate with commas. Topic select a topic Bibliography: Selected Works.
Collected Poems , London, The Complete Poems , Associate ed. Complete Poems , Associate ed. Don Share, ed.
Translations by Basil Bunting , Chicago, Robert Payne, Journey to Persia , London, , repr. His great-grandfather, Justice Hathorne as the family spelled the name until Nathaniel, as a young man, inserted the W , presided over the witch trials, and was notorious for his severity and prejudice against the accused. One woman whom he sentenced maintained on the scaffold that God would avenge her; and as the family sank from prosperity to genteel poverty, they attributed their misfortunes to "the witch's curse.
He was brought up by a widowed mother, first in Salem and then in an uncle's house, on the edge of the Maine wilderness. His mother and sisters were such recluses that often the family did not meet for days at a time, even at meals; and Hawthorne became shy and solitary, as he remained to a degree all his life.
He was sent to Bowdoin College, in Maine, and on graduation returned to Salem, determined to be a writer. For twelve years he lived and worked alone, producing nothing but a romance called Fanshawe, which he later rejected, and in a volume of short stories, Twice Told Tales. In he married Sophia Peabody, who brought him into contact with the New England intellectuals of the day--Emerson and Bronson Alcott, the father of Louisa May Alcott, among others.
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