Binding Variants, p. 91. In these two works Arnold strongly critizes the unrhymed metrical translations of Homer by F.W. Newman, Cardinal Newman's brother. (2)" /> [PATER, WALTER]. ARNOLD, MATTHEW. On Translating Homer. Three Lectures Given at Oxford, 1861; On Translating Homer. Last Words. A Lecture Given at Oxford, 1862; <I>both</I> London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, <I>together 2 vols., 8vo, original green cloth, spines faded with ends a bit worn, green cloth slipcase</I>. FIRST EDITIONS, WALTER PATER'S COPIES with his ownership signature ("Walter T. Pater.") in ink on the front free endpaper of each title; the first volume issued without advertisements (the Tinker copy has inserted ads and advertisements printed on the endpapers); the second volume in Carter "A" Binding and with printed ads on front and rear endpaper numbered "7" and "8" respectively, Westleys & Co. binder's ticket at inside rear cover. Tinker 143 & 144; Carter, <I>Binding Variants</I>, p. 91. In these two works Arnold strongly critizes the unrhymed metrical translations of Homer by F.W. Newman, Cardinal Newman's brother. (2) | Christie's