Louis Thorn Golding (essay date 1937)
SOURCE: Golding, Louis Thorn. “His Most Famous Works.” In An Elizabethan Puritan, pp. 47-57. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1937.
[In the following essay, Louis Thorn Golding surveys the major works of Golding's career, giving special attention to the Metamorphosis and Golding's treatment of the pagan nature and “immorality” of the work.]
However actively Golding may have been engaged in the affairs of his nephew and niece, he found leisure for classical studies and for translation, of which the latter was from this time onward to be the chief occupation of his life. Notwithstanding he was busy with the interests of the young Veres and the attack upon their...
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