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ItemSeneca and the Text of Marvell's "Climb at court for me that will"(Parergon, 1989)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.
ItemReview of "Andrew Marvell Pastoral and Lyric Poems 1681" by Ormerod and Wortham(Parergon, 2002)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).
ItemReview of "Breaking Boundaries: Politics and Play in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries" by Molly Smith(Parergon, 2000)Review of Molly Smith's book, 'Breaking Boundaries: Politics and Play in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries' (Aldershot, 1998).