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  1. Edward Fairfax (c. 1580 – 27 January 1635) was an English translator. [1] [2] He translated Torquato Tasso 's Jerusalem Delivered. He also wrote an original work on demonology . Contents 1 Life 2 Notes 3 References 4 External links Life [ edit]

  2. Edward Fairfax, (born c. 1575, Leeds, Yorkshire, Eng.—died Jan. 27, 1635), English poet whose Godfrey of Bulloigne or the Recoverie of Jerusalem (1600), a translation of Gerusalemme liberata, an epic poem by his Italian contemporary Torquato Tasso, won fame and was praised by John Dryden.

  3. 29/05/2018 · Fairfax, Edward (d. 1635) An English scholar of the sixteenth century, translator of Tasso's Gerusalemme Liberata and author of Daemonologia: A Dis-course on Witchcraft, in which he claims that in 1621 two of his daughters were bewitched through the malice of six witches.

  4. EDWARD FAIRFAX ( c. 1580-1635), English poet, translator of Tasso, was born at Leeds, the second son of Sir Thomas Fairfax of Denton (father of the 1st Baron Fairfax of Cameron). His legitimacy has been called in question, and the date of his birth has not been ascertained.

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    Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered

    1. The golden sun rose from the silver wave, And with his beams enamelled every green. 1.1. Book I, stanza 35 1. Aurora bright her crystal gates unbarred, And bridegroom-like forth stept the glorious sun. 1.1. Book I, stanza 71 1. The rose within herself her sweetness closed. 1.1. Book II, stanza 18 1. Better sit still, men say, than rise to fall. 1.1. Book II, stanza 79 1. The throne of Cupid had an easy stair; His bark is fit to sail with every wind; The breach he makes no wisdom can repair...

    His diction is so pure, elegant, and full of graces, and the turn of his lines so perfectly melodious, that one cannot read [his translation] without rapture; and we scarcely imagine the original I...

    Gerusalemme Liberata– the Edward Fairfax translation, in its entirety, at The Medieval & Classical Literature Library

  5. Edward Fairfax ( 1580? - 1635 ), poète anglais, vivait à la fin du XVIe siècle et mourut en 1635. Il est auteur d'une traduction estimée de la Jérusalem délivrée, publiée en 1600 sous le titre de Godefroy de Bouillon . Liens externes [ modifier | modifier le code] Cet article comprend des extraits du Dictionnaire Bouillet.

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