has gotten good reviews in the media.
Both the prologue and epilogue
spoken by Marshall exist among the compilation for the all-female revival of Philaster by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher in June 1672.
In this article I will offer a new interpretation of Pushkin's epilogue
and its relationship to the remainder of the poem.
Of course, Suriano has no problem in chapter six in relating the notice of the successor, the final element of the epilogues
, to his theory.
Both Shapiro and Hattaway do an important service in highlighting the complex relationship between monarch, prayer and epilogue
, that is to be found scattered throughout printed plays up to at least 1619 when Two Wise Men and All the Rest Fools had an epilogue
that maintains "all our hearts pray for the King, and his families enduring happinesse, and our countries perpetuall welfare" (O2v).
He told MTV News: "For nearly two months, we've been doing prosthetic tests and all sorts of preparation for the epilogue
He accepted that more people switched off the Epilogue
than watched it but argued that it helped many viewers, particularly the elderly, to cope with their anxieties.
Jonathan Bate, co-editor of the latest complete works, said: "When plays were put on at court, it was a requirement there should be a prologue and an epilogue
for the occasion.
In the epilogue
in the paperback edition, Murtagh speaks of how, "after being upgraded from visitor to one-of-the-boys status, my place in the local hierarchy was low.
In light of the way she lays out the politics over sexuality, the Epilogue
is worth considering.
It's been revised to offer several new elements, from a general introduction to an epilogue
on ancient magic's appearance in early Christian and Byzantine eras.
examines the decline in bird migration as human activity, acid rain, and global warming imperil the birds' journeys and habitats.