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The absence of a dedication and the relative paucity of annotation, both features of many published translations of the period, are commented on. Particular attention is paid to the fact that the work was published simultaneously in two different editions, one with and one without the Latin source text of the poems translated. It is argued that the Latin text functions as a paratext which offers a commentary on the translations, and that, taken together, these features offer an interesting case study in eighteenth-century British translation practices, and are particularly revealing about translation norms concerning references to sexuality and about gendered expectations relating to intended readerships.
His vivid descriptions of social life and often acerbic wit had an immediate appeal, while the fact that his work consisted entirely of epigrams, often no more than a dozen lines in length, and many of them consisting of a single couplet, encouraged their use as texts for study in European educational systems which until comparatively recent times placed a heavy emphasis on the learning of Latin.
Anthologies such as those by Bohn Martial, , and, more recently, Sullivan and Boyle Martial, , give an indication of the very wide range of writers who produced translations of Martial in English in many different styles over the centuries. Nor, as we shall see, is there anything strikingly different in the ways he approaches the task of translating Martial when we compare them with those of other eighteenth or nineteenth-century translators of classical Latin poetry.
Dodsley in Pall Mall. Originally published by subscription , this was a masterpiece of eighteenth-century book production which still commands high prices among modern collectors. It is clear that we are not talking here about crudely printed street ballads which could be bought for pennies by the poor. The title itself indicates that we have in our hands Select Epigrams of Martial , something which is also suggested by the physical appearance of the book, its relatively small size and comparatively large type and generous layout.
He begins by saying:. Some years ago, the following performance was undertaken for amusement; and it is hoped the revisal and publication will not be thought entirely vanity. If it may sometimes excite mirth in the reader; that is not the principal aim and intention: which is to make him wiser, by exhibiting a picture of life by a masterly hand. Quid te vana iuvant miserae ludibria chartae? Martial, X, iv, From idle tales what pleasure will remain?
Read for to live; all reading else is vain. Never on monsters my invention ran; My every page an essay is on man. Instead, he moves on immediately to expand on the point made by his title by emphasising that he has not translated the whole of Martial:. Not of all his epigrams; that would be unpardonable. Many are full of obscenity, beneath a man: others of adulation, unbecoming a Roman: and great numbers, concerning his own writings are omitted, for fear of cloying the reader. Some few will not admit of a translation: and not a few are too trifling to deserve it: and of this last sort, perhaps I might have been forgiven, if I had retrenched more.
What I have selected are generally moral or instructive; in which a great variety of characters is introduced; and the follies and foibles of many are justly ridiculed. Shift but the scene, and you would think Martial was lashing our times.
The cap fits exactly. Nor, of course, was it exact, as Hay was well aware:. Many of the Roman customs are very different from ours: and in those cases I am forced to take a latitude; and make the parallel suit as well as I can. For instance: supper was their best meal, and dinner is ours; and therefore when the Roman sups, the Englishman often dines. I cannot make the last a candidate for the consulate; but I can for a seat in parliament.
He goes not to Baiae, but Bath: not to Anxur, but Harrow. Anxur modern Terracina was a seaside town in the Roman province of Latium, while Harrow in the eighteenth century was still outside London itself, but conveniently close for those who wanted a change from city life.
Ranelagh Gardens, opened to the public in , were a fashionable and expensive place of entertainment in London the price of admission was two shillings and sixpence. Indeed, he goes on to suggest,. Not very many are the pieces now extant, and one may venture to prophesy, that fewer will appear heareafter, which can or will be read with pleasure, after Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden, and Pope.
Were I to censure others, my own foibles would reprove me. And it would ill become me to ridicule my neighbour, who lay so open to ridicule myself […] If any thing is applied, I am innocent: and there can be but one of these two persons to blame; either he, who applies unjustly; or he, who deserves the application. Hunc servare modum nostri novere libelli, Parcere personis, dicere de vitiis. Martial, X, xxxiii, SE : While French writers of the period showed a preference for translating poetry, whether in Latin, classical Greek, or a modern vernacular, into French prose, Anglophone writers normally translated verse as verse.
All Translation I suppose may be reduced to these three heads. Venuti, In other words, the subject of the epitaph was claimed to have twice attended the Secular Games.
Hay keeps the essential point, that she was of advanced years, and by paraphrasing avoids the need for a note. Sometimes the changes appear arbitrary, but are nonetheless effective:. Soon the curmudgeon ended the dispute, By giving her unto a thriving grocer. What think you? There are similar changes in other poems. Many in which Martial talks about his own poems are indeed omitted, but Hay does include quite a number in which Martial lampoons other poets, real or imaginary, for their failure to realise that nobody will actually want to read or listen to their appalling doggerel, or for their attempts to pass off the work of better poets such as Martial as their own.
Martial ends with. Ergo ero Virgilius, si munera Maecenatis Des mihi? Virgilius non ero, Marsus ero. I will not be Virgil, I will be Marsus. In the context of a poem about patronage however, it is surely important that, while Pope enjoyed the friendship of many distinguished and influential figures, he was also very successful commercially as a writer and made strong claims for his own independence in works like his Epilogue to the Satires Pope, Unlike Martial, Hay may here be rejecting patronage.
However, he does not indicate that Martial may be describing a re-enactment of this scene involving the torture of a condemned criminal for the entertainment of an audience in the arena, and he does not translate two further poems on the same theme in which this is made more explicit Martial, I, xxii [I, xxi]; SE : 7. Nor does he translate, for example, poem XIV, ccxiii, which appears to assume that restricted height is a joke in itself. Modern scholars e.
Dryden suggested that. The sence of an Authour, generally speaking, is to be Sacred and inviolable. It will be replyed that he receives advantage by this lopping of his superfluous branches, but I rejoyn that a Translator has no such right […] Venuti, But Dryden quickly rules this out:. In two Cases only there may a seeming difficulty arise, that is, if the thought be notoriously trivial or dishonest; But the same Answer will serve for both, that then they ought not to be Translated.
Is not their skin their own? The first is the fact that Hay does supply the Latin text of the poems he translates. If we look at the opposite page, we can see what Martial actually wrote:. Paedicatur Eros, fellat Linus: Ole, quid ad te, De cute quid faciant ille, vel ille, sua? Centenis futuit Matho millibus: Ole, quid ad te? Non tu propterea, sed Matho pauper erit. Martial, VII, x. Eros is fucked in the arse, Linus sucks cocks: what is it to you, Olus, what they do, this one or that one, with their own skin?
Because of that, not you, but Matho will be poor. In another poem, Hay describes an idle connoisseur who looks at a long list of expensive luxury items before making only a trivial purchase. The bookseller hath been at the expence of two different impressions of these epigrams, to accommodate the reader.
One is in Octavo; with the English only; that they may not be incumbered with the Latin, who do not understand it. The other is in Duodecimo; with the original in the opposite page; for the ease of comparing it with the version.
SE : vii. In the eighteenth century, a good knowledge of Latin was a distinctly gendered form of cultural capital—while there always were some women who attained it, they were few and far between. Similarly, while some boys of working-class origin were able to receive a classical education as a result of scholarships or patronage, together with the chance of upward social mobility which this brought with it, they were very much a minority.
Even in the twentieth century, English schoolboys were inspired to intellectual endeavour by the thought that the passages in which the popular bilingual Loeb editions printed the Latin on both sides or, alternatively, replaced the Latin with Italian rather than English were where the dirty bits were to be found Lawton, ; personal experience.
The language of the Advertisement makes further assumptions about the potential purposes of the translation, and the function of the source texts as paratexts. As Danielle Clarke suggests Clarke, , gender itself can be a paratext. Martial , , Select Epigrams of Martial , trans. William Hay, London, R. Martialis Epigrammata , edited by Wallace M. Lindsay, Oxford, Clarendon Press. Gilmore , John [T. Harrison , Stephen, and Stray , Christopher eds.
Nichols; and sold by J. Dodsley [and two others]. Leary , Timothy J. Boyle, London, Penguin Books. Nichols , John ed. Ramage , Edwin S. Smith , Helen, and Wilson , Louise eds. Venuti , Lawrence ed. Hereafter referred to SE.
For reasons explained below, all references are to the duodecimo edition of this work Martial, , not to the octavo edition which was published simultaneously. For biographical information, see Nichols, VI, , and Taylor,
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The absence of a dedication and the relative paucity of annotation, both features of many published translations of the period, are commented on. Particular attention is paid to the fact that the work was published simultaneously in two different editions, one with and one without the Latin source text of the poems translated. It is argued that the Latin text functions as a paratext which offers a commentary on the translations, and that, taken together, these features offer an interesting case study in eighteenth-century British translation practices, and are particularly revealing about translation norms concerning references to sexuality and about gendered expectations relating to intended readerships.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: A Man Needs a Maid by Neil Young
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