Waterloo Sunrise: in Part II, Monet’s letter is borrowed from Richard Kendall (ed.) Monet by Himself: Paintings, Drawings, Pastels, Letters (London: Macdonald Orbis, 1989) translated by Bridget Strevens Marzo. In Part V, ‘And we have seen night’ is from Hart Crane’s The Bridge, ‘Sweet Thames’ from Edmund Spenser’s Prothalamion. In part VI, lines from Homer’s Odyssey Book 12 are translated by Robert Fagles.
You have no current subscriptions in your account.
Would you like to explore the titles in our collection?
You have no collections in your account.
Would you like to view your available titles?