Complete Poems and Plays of Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke (1554-1628), in Two Volumes. Volume 1- CÆlica Mustapha Alaham
|Author: ||Wilkes, Gerald A.|
This is an edition which calls for a re-examination of his relationship to Sir Philip Sidney and the Pembroke circle. This book contains one black and white photograph.
"Professor Wilkes’s edition will thus serve the fundamental purpose of all scholarly endeavors: it will enable, and contribute to, the continuing conversation."
- Prof. John Gouws
"Many years of research into Greville have resulted in what is the closest thing to a definitive edition … a major contribution to our understanding of the English Renaissance."
—Prof. A. D. Cousins, Macquerie University
"This masterly edition, through its detailed examination of the texts of Greville’s verse, brings out his versatility as a writer in many genres … the unpacking of Greville’s loaded terms is one of the most intriguing features of the commentary.This exemplary edition of The Complete Poems and Plays of Fulke Greville warrants the traditional accolade of ‘monumental’."
— Prof. Margaret Harris, University of Sydney
Table of Contents
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FOREWORD by Professor John Gouws
REFERENCES AND ABBREVIATIONS
A CHRONOLOGY OF FULKE GREVILLE
EXCURSUS: The Political Dimension of the Plays