- Ethereal Girl. Cummings, Ingrid // Indianapolis Monthly;Sep2007, Vol. 30 Issue 15, p66
The article reports on Paula Saffire who is a classics professor at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and has the distinction of being an expert on the poetry of Greek poet Sappho. She is the only person anywhere who embodies Sappho in staged performance-lectures. Sappho is believed to...
- IF NOT, WINTER. Fleischman, Marie // Just Out;4/4/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p41
Comments on the book 'If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho,' edited by Anne Carson. Knowledge of myth and history; Translation.
- DESPERATELY SEEKING SAPPHO. Beery, Steve // Advocate;3/1/88, Issue 493, p30
Explores gay roots on the Island of Lesbos in Greece, Sappho's homeland. Lesbian tourists visiting the island; Profile of poet Sappho; Literature about Lesbos; Tourist destinations.
- MAROCHETTI. // Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti;1911, p577
The article offers information on a statue of "Sappho," by Baron Marochetti.
- Sappho. Steele, Tom // Out;Aug2003, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p46
Provides information on Sappho, one of ancient Greece's most famous citizens. Books inspired by Sappho; Information on his poetry.
- SAPPHA OF LESBOS. Forfreedom, Ann // Lesbian Tide;Dec73, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p21
Part I. Focuses on feminist artist Sappho. Lesbian culture; Symbolism of Sappho as the untamed woman; Poetry works of Sappho.
- Helen on Lesbos: A sapphic echo in Ronsard's `Sonnets Pour Helene?'. Lewis, John // French Studies;Jan1994, Vol. 48 Issue 1, French Studies Bulletin p4
Focuses on Ronsard's `Sonnets pour Helene?.' Poem's closeness to the style of Greek poetess Sappho; Sappho's fragments as fitted to Ronsard's images; Poetry conferring immortality to poet and recipient alike; Ronsard's interest in Sappho.
- Sappho. // Academy of American Poets -- Biographies of American Poets;2008, p1
A biography of Greek poet Sappho is presented. Sappho was born around 615 B.C. to an aristocratic family on the Greek island of Lesbos. Evidence suggests that she had several brothers, married a wealthy man named Cercylas, and had a daughter named Cleis. Sappho earned great prominence as a...
- Far from Earth (Poem). Bosch, Daniel // Salamander;2003/2004, Vol. 9 Issue 1/2, p45
Presents the poem "Far from Earth," by Daniel Bosch.