Sydney Morning HeraldCHRISTOPHER Logue, a poet of dazzling skill and spectacular gnaw, who was besides through his bit-by-bit versions of Homer the great poetical translator of the postwar period, has died in London. He was 85. Born in Portsmouth to in-between-aged …For more information, delight visit: http://www.smh.com.au/home/obituaries/poetical-translator-a-uncommon-talent-who-reflected-like-the-sun-20111208-1oljl.html
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