||Bucharest, Wednesday 13 March 2019
Contemporary Literature Press,
under The University of Bucharest,
in conjunction with The British Council, The
Romanian Cultural Institute and The Writers' Union of Romania
Announces the publication of
Notes (on comparing English Translations
by Christopher Marlowe and John Dryden
from Ovid's Amores 1.1, 1.4 & 2.19)
Edited by Lidia Vianu
Prompted by the two thousandth anniversary of Ovid's death, this book traces a line from Ancient Rome via renaissance and restoration London to a present day interpretation of cultural history. Part poetry collection, part research project, written with wit appropriate to its subject by an author presenting himself as both challenging and playful, Notes... entertains, informs, and provokes, and is beautifully illustrated by the author's colourful abstract paintings.
Steve Rushton's Notes is formally launched on Wednesday 13 March 2019. The book is available for consultation and downloading on receipt of this Press Release, at the following internet address:
You are kindly invited to visit the Contemporary Literature Press website at http://editura.mttlc.ro/. For comments or suggestions, please contact the publisher firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contemporary Literature Press
Revista Masteratului pentru Traducerea Textului Literar Contemporan.
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