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Unfortunately, as soon as he had copied the text, he upset the ink-stand and poured ink all over the manuscript. Influences and adaptations[ edit ] A nineteenth-century painting by the Swiss-French painter Marc Gabriel Charles Gleyre depicting a scene from Daphnis and Chloe The first vernacular edition of Daphnis and Chloe was the French version of Jacques Amyot , published in Along with the Diana of Jorge de Montemayor published in the same year , Daphnis and Chloe helped inaugurate a European vogue for pastoral fiction in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The story has been presented in numerous illustrated editions, including a limited edition with woodcuts by Aristide Maillol , and a edition illustrated by Marc Chagall. Another translation that rivals the original is that of Annibale Caro , one of those writers dearest to lovers of the Tuscan elegances.
The work was never finished, due to his death in Decor was by John Craxton. The ballet premiered on April 1, , at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco and has since then been broadcast several times on television internationally.
Holland Day of Ethel Reed in costume as Chloe c. Marc Chagall produced a series of 42 color lithographs based on the tale of Daphnis and Chloe. Cinema[ edit ] The work was adapted into a minute mute film by Orestis Laskos in , one of the first Greek cinema classics.
The movie was originally considered shocking due to the nudity in some of the scenes.
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