In the following webpages I have re-typed Sappho's poetry as written by four different authors. As I have stated in my
history paper, Henry Wharton was the poet who tried to purify Sappho's image and made her poetry seem as though it was
dealing with heterosexual love when, indeed, it dealt with homosexual love between two women. Michael Field was the
first poet to re-make Sappho's poetry in order to encompase the passion, love and affection two women can have for
one another. Charles Swinburne was the poet whose single rendition of Sappho's poetry incited a bad connotation to
Sappho's reputation as well as lesbianism. Mary Bernard, a contemporary, simply translated Sappho's poetry verbatim
from the Ancient Greek.