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Seneca and the Text of Marvell's "Climb at court for me that will"
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 ...
Review of "Andrew Marvell Pastoral and Lyric Poems 1681" by Ormerod and Wortham
A mixed review of David Ormerod and Christopher Wortham's new edition of a number of Marvell's poems, "Andrew Marvell: Pastoral and Lyric Poems 1681" (Nedlands, University of Western Australia Press, 2000).
Review of "Breaking Boundaries: Politics and Play in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries" by Molly Smith
Review of Molly Smith's book, 'Breaking Boundaries: Politics and Play in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries' (Aldershot, 1998).