Okay, IMHO the better candidate for exportation into Greek verse would be
"The Walrus and the Carpenter." It is silly enough, but loose enough that
one could probably work successfully on a composite version (although I
wonder whether B-Greek is the appropriate place for it!). If I were going
to tackle the Jabberwocky, I think I'd prefer to start with that triumphant
"TON IABEROUAK KATEKTONAS?
S' ASPAZOMAI, FAEINE PAI!
KALWN KALLISTH hHMERWN!"
HN BRILLIG, hAI D' APOSTROFAI
GURWSAI OUABON HSTRAPTON,
hHSUCASAN MEN BORGOBOI,
MWMRHS D' EXESTHSAN.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
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