Edward Fitzgerald

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English poet remembered primarily for his free translation of the poetry of Omar Khayyam (1809-1883)


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Synopsis: "Fitz" is the story of James Edward FitzGerald (circa 1818--2 August 1896), whose energy and enthusiasm contributed so much to the early history of Christchurch, New Zealand.
And as his barrister, Edward Fitzgerald QC, put it: "This is the first time in 12 years that he feels safe to be going back.
Khayyam has had an impact on literature and societies through the translation of his works and popularisation by other scholars, the most influential being Edward FitzGerald who made Khayyam the most famous poet of the East in the West through his celebrated translation and adaptations of Khayyam's verses in the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
This translation leans heavily on the 1940 translation by Edward Fitzgerald, but incorporates revisions and changes found in the third revised German Edition of Rosa Luxemburg.
The submission was made by Edward Fitzgerald QC, representing Sutcliffe for his challenge against a High Court judge's ruling that he must serve a "whole life" tariff.
His name was Bishop Edward Fitzgerald of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Denise had sat quietly in court, wearing a "Justice for James" badge and only reacting once, shaking her head as defence barrister Edward Fitzgerald, said Venables had already been punished for her son's murder.
The sumptuously bound copy of the English translation of the Rubaiyyat by Edward FitzGerald had been bought by an American at a London auction two weeks before the Titanic sailed on its maiden voyage in 1912.
s Daily Mail, McKinnon's attorney, Edward Fitzgerald, argued that the court had failed to take into account human rights issues associated with the case.
But yesterday Edward Fitzgerald QC, one of the Gurkhas' lawyers, told Mr Justice Blake that both sides had reached agreement "on almost everything".
Edward Fitzgerald, the lawyer representing five retired Gurkhas and the widow of a sixth, said four of the soldiers were barred from entering Britain because their headquarters were in Hong Kong and that they lacked strong ties with this country.
This issue of Victorian Poetry commemorates a double anniversary: March 31, 2009 marks both the bicentennial of the birth of Edward FitzGerald and the sesquicentennial of his Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, which was published (give or take a few days) on the poet's fiftieth birthday.
Barrister Edward Fitzgerald, QC for Hamadi, yesterday said the conviction was "unsafe".
His new legal team, headed by Edward FitzGerald QC, will make the application to Mr Justice Treacy in a hearing listed for an hour.
She is survived by her brother, Edward Fitzgerald of Holliston; her extended family, Barbara and Rodney Gallagher and family, with whom she resided in Northbridge.