- 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.
- 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.
- 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...
- SUMMARIES OF CONTRIBUTIONS. // Music in Art: International Journal for Music Iconography;Spring-Fall2009, Vol. 34 Issue 1/2, p346
The article presents abstracts of articles related to music including "The Face of the Vienna Court Opera, 1804-1805," by Carol Padgham Albrecht, "Imaging Mandane: Character, Costume, Monument," by Michael Burden, and "Seeing Sappho in Paris: Operatic and Choreographic Adaptations of Sapphic...
- The Recently Discovered Lyric of Sappho. Sappho // Literary Imagination;Winter2006, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p18
Presents an untitled poem by Sappho, translated by Mary Maxwell. First Line: It is you who must pursue the violet-scented Muse with her gifts of beauty, Last Line: zealous, hoary-bearded time finds even the bedfellows of the immortals.
- Chapter One: WHAT IS, AND WHAT "WHAT IS" MEANS. // Philosophy & Vision;1998, Vol. 71, p3
Chapter 1 of the book "Philosophy & Vision" by Dane R. Gordon is presented. It presents Gordon's lecture delivered at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznan, Poland during the winter months of 1993. He explores a poem by woman poet Sappho and the essay, The Death of the Moth, by Virginia...
- SEEING SAPPHO IN PARIS: OPERATIC AND CHOREOGRAPHIC ADAPTATIONS OF SAPPHIC LIVES AND MYTHS. Dorf, Samuel N. // Music in Art: International Journal for Music Iconography;Spring-Fall2009, Vol. 34 Issue 1/2, p291
The article offers information on the life and fantasies of Greek poet Sappho Lesbos in Paris, France. It states that Sappho is considered as heroine in post-revolutionary art and as a dangerous intellectual in Napoleonic heroic fiction during the 19th century. It mentions the French operas of...
- Erica Jong, Sappho's Leap, and I. BALL, ROBERT J. // Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p60
An essay is presented in which the author discusses his friendship with author and feminist Erica Jong, with whom he served as a classics consultant for her book "Sappho's Leap." Their correspondence, the author's research into Jong's oeuvre, and their first meeting is described. Other topics...