Tom Littler, Clare Hall

Degree: MPHIL
Course: 18CR
Supervisor: Dr Fred Parker
Dissertation Title: Classical reception and translations in the long 18th century

Biographical Information

BA in English Language and Literature (Oxford University, 2006); MA in Classical Studies (Open University, 2016). I am a theatre director working widely in the UK and Europe. www.tomlittler.co.uk. Currently on sabbatical.

Research Interests

Classical reception in the late 17th and early 18th centuries (especially of late Republican / early Imperial Latin). Dryden, Pope and their engagement with epic and classical literature. Politics and poetics of translation. Augustan literature.

Separately, Victorian and 20th century theatre.

Selected Publications

'Total Translation: Approaching an Adaptation of August Strindberg's The Dance of Death parts one and two', in Staging and Adapting Translation, ed. Geraldine Brodie and Emma Cole, 2016/17, Routledge: London.

Martine by Jean-Jacques Bernard, translated by John Fowles (introduction), 2014, Oberon Books: London

The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith by Arthur Wing Pinero (editor), 2014, Oberon Books: London