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Old 12-17-2018, 08:53 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by GrannyGrump View Post
If it really *is* a revision of the Carlyle translation, would it be considered as Public Domain? Or would the death date of the "editor" of the translation have to be considered also?
If there is "creativity" involved in the edit, which, from your description, there is, the new work would have its own copyright. As opposed to a mechanical process of, for example, fixing spelling and punctuation errors, which is not creative and does not grant copyright.
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