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...Newton, Thomas Nuce, Thomas Thomas Nuce was a student at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge; he graduated BA in 1561, MA in 1565 and BD in 1572. A fellow of Pembroke in 1562, he became, after 1563, the Rector at Cley, Norfolk, and was subsequently...
...Neville, Alexander Alexander Neville was the son of Richard Neville and the brother of the distinguished Thomas Neville, Dean of Canterbury and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. He appears to have gone to Cambridge at the age of twelve,...
...Studley, John John Studley went to Westminster School and thence, in 1563, to Trinity College, Cambridge. He graduated BA in 1567 and MA in 1570, the year in which he became a ‘major’ fellow. The college witnessed much internal religious...
... (Trans.), The Seconde Tragedie of Seneca, Entituled Thyestes (1560; modern edn, ed. J. Daalder, 1982). (Trans.), The First Tragedie of Lucius Anneus Seneca, Intituled Hercules furens (1561). Seneca his Tenne Tragedies, Translated into English...
... Translated into English [includes Newton’s own translation of Thebais] (1581; repr. with an Introduction by T.S. Eliot, 1927). Further Reading Braden G. , Renaissance Tragedy and the Senecan Tradition ( New Haven , 1985). Daalder J. ,...