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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He was entitled to freedom and has had that taken away EDWARD FITZGERALD QC, for john worboys
Akcea Therapeutics disclosed on Tuesday the election of Edward Fitzgerald to its board of directors as well as chair of its audit committee.
Se habia establecido que el enigma era doble: por un lado, la perplejidad de que Edward FitzGerald haya podido dar al idioma ingles uno de los productos poeticos mas bellos de su historia; por otro lado, la naturaleza del nuevo autor que emerge tras el ejercicio de la traduccion.
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.
Qatada's lawyer Edward Fitzgerald said yesterday he would return to Jorda when it ratifies the agreement.
At the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Siac), Qatada's lawyer Edward Fitzgerald QC said: "If and when the Jordanian parliament ratifies the treaty, Mr Othman will voluntarily return to Jordan.
But his barrister, Edward Fitzgerald told the court that there was "concrete and compelling evidence" that Qatada's co-defendants were tortured into providing evidence.
Edward Fitzgerald QC, who represented Mr McKinnon, praised Mrs May for using the Human Rights Act to halt the extradition.
It was "the longest period of administrative detention, so far as we know, in modern English history," said Edward Fitzgerald QC.
Edward Fitzgerald QC told a bail hearing at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Siac) that the Home Office would not be able to assemble evidence against the radical cleric until September.
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.
Immortalized by its translation into English verse by Edward FitzGerald, "The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam," has created a huge following in the West.
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.