A suggestion

Remember Marlowe’s “Hero and Leander” is a complete poem” with three panels suggests Professor Emeritus (Yale) Louis L Martz, in his “Introduction” to Marlowe’s “Hero and Leander” in the Folger Library Facsimilie of a 1598 publication of “Hero and Leander” printed “Desunt nonnulla” post line 818. The Latin “Desunt nonnulla” may be translated as “Somethings are omitted”.  I wish to add to what Prof Martz suggests. To do so, I turn to Wm Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” breathed abroad as opposed to the treatment of Marlowe’s “Hero and Leander” as Walsingham’s foster child.






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