Seneca and Elizabethan Tragedy

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Haskell House, 1969 - English drama - 136 pages
It is well known that the Renaissance man was familiar with the Greek & Roman classics. This work attempts to trace the influence on Elizabethan writers on Seneca & those who preceded him.

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About the author (1969)

F. L. Lucas (1894-1967), Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, was a distinguished scholar known for his studies of the classics as well as of English literature. The Sunday Times wrote that "Lucas has distinguished himself in more than thirty volumes as a poet, a novelist, a translator, a biographer, a critic and an editor. He is entitled to write about style because he writes with style.

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