George Chapman

George Chapman. Frontispiece engraving for ''The Whole Works of Homer'' (1616) attributed to [[William Hole (engraver)|William Hole]] George Chapman (Hitchin, Hertfordshire, c. 1559 – London, 12 May 1634) was an English dramatist, translator, and poet. He was a classical scholar whose work shows the influence of Stoicism. Chapman has been speculated to be the Rival Poet of Shakespeare's sonnets by William Minto, and as an anticipator of the metaphysical poets of the 17th century. Chapman is best remembered for his translations of Homer's ''Iliad'' and ''Odyssey,'' and the Homeric ''Batrachomyomachia.'' Provided by Wikipedia

by Chapman, George
Published 1774
printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand

by Chapman, George
Published 1790
published for the author; and sold by the booksellers in town and country

by Chapman, George
Published 1773
printed for A. Kincaid & W. Creech; sold, at London, by T. Cadell

by Chapman, George
Published 1792
published for the author, and sold by T. Cadell, Strand, and other booksellers in town and country

by Chapman, George
Published 1751
Printed for R. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall; and sold by W. Reeve, near Serjeant's-Inn, Fleet-street