Curculio 2: ‘Pervert the Present Wrath’: a Conjecture on Cymbeline

I am experimenting with publishing original scholarly notes on this site. My first attempt, a week ago, was a single page on the structure of Silius Italicus’ Punica. I have just uploaded a PDF file of my second paper, two pages on the text of Shakespeare, Cymbeline 2.4.151, titled as above (link).

Feedback on the substance of either paper will be much appreciated. Comments are set up so that your first will be moderated, but once you’ve had one approved, others will be approved automatically, unless you behave so badly that I am forced to blacklist you. If you have anything to say about my note on Silius, please leave your comments on that post, and leave comments on my note on Cymbeline here. My next post will tell more about what I’m up to in general, so general comments should wait for that.

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