Choose one of the two poems, Catullus 32 or 51, from the lesson on translatingCatullus, and create your own “translation.”1) Read the word for word and all the sample translations, and note what you likeand don’t like, then envision the poem you’d like to make. It can be funny, serious,like a song, a comic, a piece of prose; It can be metrical (perhaps iambic?), free verse,or syllabic (focusing on syllable count per line).2) Come back to your translation a second and third time and polish your translation.Also all directions are attached in the document below.
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