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R. le Gallienne - 1897

Richard le Gallienne (1866-1947) , English author, poet and critic, published his tanslations of the Rubaiyat initially in a number of magazines.
From 1897 on, several editions were published under different titles, with a various number of quatrains and some revisions. The first book was published by Grant Richards, (London, 1897), followed by a Second English Edition, also by Grant Richards and a Third English Edition by John Lane The Bodley Head (London, New York, 1901). A Fifth Edition was published in 1914 by John Lane The Bodley Head (London), John Lane Company (New York), Bell and Cockburn (Toronto).
Almost simultaneously American editions were published by John Lane The Bodley Head: The First American Edition (1897), the Second American Edition (1898) and the Third American Edition (1902).
261 quatrains were also contained in an edition by Bardic Press (Oregon House, USA, 2005), together with the translations of Edward FitzGerald and Justin McCarthy.

The Cosmopolitan (New York), July 1897. A new rendering of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Part 1 (pp. 247-250, 33 quatrains) and August 1897, part 2 (pp. 385-390, 25 quatrains)
The Mirror (St. Louis), March 26th, 1901 (Fifty additional quatrains)
The New York Saturday Review, June 15th, 1901 (Thirty-eitght quatrains)
The Philistine (East Aurora), Vol. XVI, March, 1903 (pp. 110-112, XII quatrains after Omar)

Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. A paraphrase from several literal translations by Richard le Gallienne. New York, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1897

Fifty Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Paraphrased from literal translations by Richard le Gallienne. Wausau, The Philosopher Press, 1901

Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. A paraphrase from several literal translations. A new edition with fifty added quatrains by Richard le Gallienne. New York, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1902

The Lover's Rubáiyát. Edited by Jessie B. Rittenhouse. Boston, Small, Maynard & Company, 1904. Selection of 65 quatrains, with 22 citations from Le Gallienne.