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Para para poder descargar en iTunes Store, descarga iTunes ya. At that time, although more than a score of English translations of the First Part, and three or four of the Second Part, were in existence, the experiment had not yet been made.
Las Penas del Joven Werther. Brooks was so entirely my own, that when further residence in Germany and a more careful study of both parts of Faust had satisfied me that the field was still open,—that the means furnished by the poetical affinity of the two languages had not yet been exhausted,—nothing remained for me but to follow him in all essential particulars.
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Brooks was the first to undertake the task, and the publication of his translation of the First Part in induced me, for a time, to give up my own design. A comparison of seventeen English translations, in the arbitrary metres adopted by the translators, sufficiently showed the danger of allowing license in this respect: The care and conscience with which the work had been performed were so apparent, that I now state with reluctance what then seemed to me to be its only deficiencies,—a lack of the lyrical fire and fluency of the original in some passages, and an occasional lowering of the tone cesventuras the use of words which are literal, but not equivalent.
No previous English version exhibited such abnegation of the translator’s own tastes and habits of thought, such reverent desire to present the original in its purest form.
It is twenty years since I first determined to attempt the translation of Faustin the original metres. Moreover, the plea of selecting different metres in the hope of producing a similar effect is unreasonable, where the identical metres are possible.
The plan of translation adopted by Mr. His example confirmed me in the belief that there were few difficulties in the way of a nearly literal yet thoroughly rhythmical version of Faustwhich might not be overcome by loving labor. The prose version of Hayward seemed to have been accepted as the standard, in default of anything more satisfactory: