David R. Slavitt

David R. Slavitt is a poet and the translator of more than ninety works of fiction, poetry, and drama.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Consolation of PhilosophyThe Consolation of PhilosophyBoethius
Slavitt, David R.
PAPERBACK09/01/2010$19.50
Cover: Love Poems, Letters, and Remedies of OvidLove Poems, Letters, and Remedies of OvidOvid
Slavitt, David R.
HARDCOVER05/01/2011$40.00
Cover: Orlando Furioso: A New Verse TranslationOrlando Furioso: A New Verse TranslationAriosto, Ludovico
Slavitt, David R.
PAPERBACK05/15/2011$30.00
Cover: Sonnets and Shorter PoemsSonnets and Shorter PoemsPetrarch, Francesco
Slavitt, David R.
HARDCOVER02/01/2012$40.00
Cover: La Vita NuovaLa Vita NuovaDante Alighieri
Slavitt, David R.
PAPERBACK10/06/2014$30.00
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