Avi Sharon

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Avi Sharon is a professor of Classics, translator and consultant.

Life[edit]

He graduated from Emory University, and Boston University, with a Ph.D. in Classics, where he studied under Donald Carne-Ross and William Arrowsmith.

His work has appeared in Arion,[1] Partisan Review, Waves,[2] Journal of Modern Greek Studies,[3] Kenyon Review,[4] Yale Review,[5] and International Quarterly.

He works on Wall Street,[6] and lives in Brooklyn, with his wife and two sons.[7]

Awards[edit]

Works[edit]

Translations[edit]

Anthologies[edit]

Criticism[edit]

Reviews[edit]

Sharon has achieved an excellent balance, and certainly more so than other editors. More advanced and extensive bibliographies, introductions and/or notes, however, are to be found in the Oxford World's Classics edition of Waterfield, in the SUNY edition of Cobb, and in the Hackett edition. The translation also compares well to its competitors....[9]

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