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|Title: ||Seneca and the Text of Marvell's "Climb at court for me that will"|
|Authors: ||Daalder, Joost|
|Keywords: ||Renaissance poetry|
|Issue Date: ||1989|
|Citation: ||Daalder, Joost 1989. Seneca and the Text of Marvell's "Climb at court for me that will". 'Parergon', vol.7, 107-110.|
|Abstract: ||This poem, as is well known, is a translation of the passage which ends the second chorus (and thus the second act) of Seneca's tragedy "Thyestes".
Renaissance editions of the play differ in a number of details, but they are in agreement concerning the text of these lines, and it is therefore not misleading to reproduce the passage from a modern edition which is in tune with them and which has the advantage of being widely accessible.|
|Appears in Collections:||Marvell, Andrew|
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