GEORGE BUCHANAN: Poet and Dramatist
Educated in Scotland and France, Buchanan became one of the most influential writers of 16th century Europe. Writing in the lingua franca of his time--Latin--he was hailed internationally. Here fifteen scholars analyze his writings and his creative use of ancient texts for contemporary purposes.
Publisher: Classical Press of Wales
Item #: 3552381
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