[ilds] Atkinson and Durrell

Marc Piel marcpiel at interdesign.fr
Sat Jun 2 15:55:55 PDT 2007


I guess it is very subjective, but the LD version, 
even here, flows better, is smoother: read it out 
aloud and you will surely hear the difference. I 
vote LD without any doubt! One is flat, one is rich!
Marc Piel

Michael Haag wrote:

> Atkinson is better than Durrell, in this instance at least.
> 
> :Michael
> 
> 
> 
> On Saturday, June 2, 2007, at 08:27 pm, william godshalk wrote:
> 
>     "For immediately after the Archbishop and a chanting priest is the
>     saint himself, borne by six sailors, under an old canopy of crimson
>     and gold, supported by six silver poles and six priests" (Sophie
>     Atkinson, An Artist in Corfu p. 178).
> 
>     Durrell's version (PC p. 31): "The Saint is borne by six sailors
>     under an old canopy of crimson and gold, supported by six silver
>     poles and flanked by six priests."
> 
>     I found this sitting on a bench in the Classics Library.
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