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"Think how Agatha Christie and that Will Shakespeare feel, the way their work is mucked about."
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"Num alio genere furiarum declamatores inquietantur qui clamant haec vulnera libertate publica excepi."
the opening lines that have come down to us of The Satyricon



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Translations in English


Oxford World's Classics
1996 translation by P G Walsh, reviewed here
Penguin edition
2011 revised translation by J P Sullivan (orig 1965)
Firebaugh translation
1922: includes text and episodes introduced by François Nodot
Brown translation
2009: reviewed here
Allinson translation
1930: includes text and episodes introduced by François Nodot

Ruden translation
2000 translation by Sarah Ruden, reviewed here
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