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concerning the trewnesse of the Christian religion, written in French, published in 1587, and Mary Sidney translated de Mornay’s A Discourse of Life and Death, with Robert Garnier’s Antonius, both published in 1592. 20 I would like to thank Joseph Black for sharing the catalogue of the library before it was published. G. Warkentin, J. L. Black and W. R. Bowen (eds), The Library of the Sidneys of Penshurst Place, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2013. See also G. Warkentin, ‘The world and the book at Penshurst: the second Earl of Leicester (1595–1677) and his library

in Early modern women and the poem
Sukanta Chaudhuri

Pastoral Poetry of the English Renaissance contains the text of the poems with brief headnotes giving date, source and other basic information, and footnotes with full annotation.

in Pastoral poetry of the English Renaissance
Susan Frye

the installation of the sculpture, while still others were written by Fausto Romano and Michaelangelo (c. 1544–6).37 More accessible to Bess and collaborators would have been Robert Garnier’s Antonie, published in France in 1578 and translated by Mary Sidney Herbert in 1592. Although Garnier’s closet drama displays much of Cleopatra’s untrustworthiness, he still pictures her as a sovereign queen as well as wife and mother, skilled in diplomacy and languages, dying from grief at the loss of Antony. Bess’s decision that her figure of Cleopatra be attended by the

in Bess of Hardwick
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Sukanta Chaudhuri

latter constitute her most serious poetic output, completing her brother Philip’s unfinished task. She also translated from French an ethical tract, A Discourse of Life and Death by Philippe de Mornay, and Robert Garnier’s Senecan play Antonius. Some have thought that ‘The Dolefull Lay of Clorinda’ in Spenser’s Astrophel is her composition, though it appears to be Spenser’s own. The Herbert estate, Wilton in Wiltshire, was a centre of literary activity and patronage. Philip Sidney composed much of his Arcadia there and dedicated it to his sister. She mourned his death

in A Companion to Pastoral Poetry of the English Renaissance