By Richard Brautigan
Richard Brautigan was once the writer of ten novels, together with a latest vintage, Trout Fishing in the United States, 9 volumes of poetry, and a suite of stories.Here are 3 Brautigan novels—A accomplice basic from mammoth Sur, Dreaming of Babylon and The Hawkline Monster—reissued in a one-volume omnibus edition.
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J. 7 Sparked by his new position as a King’s Man after the accession of James I, Shakespeare would have been aware of the new sovereign’s interest in the Battle of Lepanto8 and of the poem James had written to celebrate the Christian victory, which was reprinted in 1603 to capitalize on public interest in anything concerning James. QROOHVFRQWLQXHVZLWKDGHVFULSWLRQRIWKHÀHHWZKLFKFRQVLVWHGRIJDOOH\V µZLWKGLYHUVRWKHUYHVVHOVSUHSDUHGIRUWKHWUDQVSRUWDWLRQRIKRUVHVZLWKWKLVÀHHW 6 Angelus Sorianus is mentioned in Richard Knolles, General Historie of the Turkes (London: 1603), pp.
Carr (Paris: Nizet, 1977), p. 7. 6 For Da Porto and Bandello see Daria Perocco, La prima Giulietta (Bari: Palomar, 2008); Boaistuau, Histoires tragiques, and Arthur Brooke, Romeus and Juliet (London: R. Tattil, 1562). 7 Matteo Maria Bandello, La quarta parte de le Novelle del Bandello (Lyon: Alessandro Marsilii, 1573, Dernier volume des nouvelles de Bandel, 1577). 8 See Certain tragical discourses of Bandello translated into English by Geffraie Fenton anno 1597, with an introduction by Robert Langton Douglas (2 vols, London, David Nutt: 1898).