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us: Martindale, Charles


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    • found: His Milton's Paradise lost and the transformation of ancient epic, 1986: CIP t.p. (Charles Martindale) pub. info. (U. of Sussex)
    • found: His Shakespeare and the uses of antiquity, 1990: CIP t.p. (Charles Martindale) data sht. (b. 5-1-49)
    • found: Classics and the use of reception, 2006: ECIP t.p. (Charles A. Martindale)
    • found: The Oxford history of classical reception in English literature, 2012-2016: title page (general editor, Charles Martindale)
    • found: University of York, English and Related Literature, via WWW, September 14, 2016 (Charles Martindale; Charles Martindale read Literae Humaniores at the University of Oxford, and subsequently took a B Phil in Greek and Latin Languages and Literature there; in 1991 he was awarded a doctorate by publication at the University of Bristol; he taught at the University of Sussex from 1974 to 1988, and then at the University of Bristol, where he was appointed Professor of Latin in 1992 and was from 2009 to 2013, Dean of the Faculty of Arts; he retired from Bristol in January 2013, and from September 2013 joined the York Department of English and Related Languages in a part-time capacity; he was a pioneer of what is sometimes called 'the new Latin'; he is the editor of The Cambridge Companion to Virgil (1997), and has published widely on Latin poetry from Catullus to Juvenal and on English/Classics literary relations, with books on Milton and Shakespeare; together with Sarah Annes Brown he has also edited Nicholas Rowe's classic translation of Lucan's Pharsalia (1998); he has edited, or co-edited, 8 collections to date, the last being volume 3, 1660-1790, of The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature; from 1993-1996 he was Principal Investigator on a 3-year research project, funded by the Leverhulme Trust: 'Receptions of Rome in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries'; from 2002-2004 he was awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship to write a monograph Latin Poetry and the Judgement of Taste, subsequently published by OUP) {https://www.york.ac.uk/english/our-staff/charles-martindale/}
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