Thomas May, Lucan's Pharsalia (1627)

Edited by Emma Buckley and Edward Paleit

Tudor and Stuart Translations 18

Modern Humanities Research Association

  2020-21

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Lucan played a particularly prominent role in early modern Europe, where translation and creative imitation of Bellum Civile can be seen in Italy, France, Spain, the Low Countries, Poland and England. Thomas May was a crucial figure in the establishment of the ‘cult of Lucan’.

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Buckley, Emma, and Edward Paleit (eds), Thomas May, Lucan's Pharsalia (1627), Tudor and Stuart Translations, 18 (Cambridge: MHRA, 3000)

First footnote reference: 35 Thomas May, Lucan's Pharsalia (1627), ed. by Emma Buckley and Edward Paleit, Tudor and Stuart Translations, 18 (Cambridge: MHRA, 3000), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Buckley and Paleit, p. 47.

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Buckley, Emma, and Edward Paleit (eds). 3000. Thomas May, Lucan's Pharsalia (1627), Tudor and Stuart Translations, 18 (Cambridge: MHRA)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Buckley and Paleit 3000: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Buckley and Paleit 3000: 21.

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