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by Gerald M. Pinciss,Roger Lockyer,G. M. Pinciss

eBook Shakespeare's world: Background readings in the English Renaissance download ISBN: 0826404219
Author: Gerald M. Pinciss,Roger Lockyer,G. M. Pinciss
Publisher: Continuum; First Edition edition (1989)
Language: English
Pages: 267
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Category: Literature
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Shakespeare's World book.

Shakespeare's World book.

Pinciss, G. M. Personal Name: Lockyer, Roger.

Pinciss, G. M; Lockyer, Roger. A Frederick Ungar book. Includes bibliographical references and index. xviii, 267 pages ; 24 cm. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read

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Literature Study Guides. He at least mentions Scot, but only to guess that Shakespeare intended that the Ghost pertain to a particular class of devils, the subterranei (Roy W. Battenhouse, "The Ghost in Hamlet: A Catholic 'Linchpin'?," Studies in Philology, 48, 2 (1951): 161-92). The primary source he uses is Lavater 's OfGhostes and Spirites Walking by Nyght (trans.

Substantial excerpts from a broad range of texts, providing an overview of the intellectual context of Shakespeare's work. The arrangement is by topic, such as religion, science, monarchy. The authors include Montaigne, John Dee, Machiavelli, James I. Castiglione, and others. Recently added by. CSLewisSC, proximity1, matherbyles, hudsonshuman, MoEML, logan451, Matteo Pangallo, SeanJones, Keeline.

William Shakespeare, chief figure of the English Renaissance, as portrayed in the Chandos portrait (artist and .

William Shakespeare, chief figure of the English Renaissance, as portrayed in the Chandos portrait (artist and authenticity not confirmed). Another early proponent of literature in the vernacular was Roger Ascham, who was tutor to Princess Elizabeth during her teenage years, and is now often called the "father of English prose.

Shakespeare's World: Background Readings in the English Renaissance, Gerald M. Pinciss & Roger Lockyer, ed. Continuum Publishing, New York, 1989. Smith, Alan G. Servant of the Cecils: The Life of Sir Michael Hicks 1543-1612, Jonathon Cape, 1977

Shakespeare's World: Background Readings in the English Renaissance, Gerald M. Servant of the Cecils: The Life of Sir Michael Hicks 1543-1612, Jonathon Cape, 1977. Smith, Lacey Baldwin, The Elizabethan World, Houghton Mifflin, 1972. Somerset, Anne, Ladies in Waiting, from the Tudors to the Present Day, Alfred A. Knopf New York, 1984. Speed, John, The Counties of Britain, A Tudor Atlas, Thames & Hudson, (in assoc. with The British Library) 1988; maps orig. published in 1611-12.

Carole Levin and John Watkins, Shakespeare’s Foreign Worlds: National and Transnational Identities in the Elizabethan Age (Ithaca: Cornell University Press . In: The Persian Empire in English Renaissance Writing, 1549–1622. Early Modern Literature in History.

Carole Levin and John Watkins, Shakespeare’s Foreign Worlds: National and Transnational Identities in the Elizabethan Age (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2009), pp. 51–2. 18. Anthony Parr, ‘Foreign Relations in Jacobean England: The Sherley Brothers and the Voyage of Persia ’, in Travel and Drama in Shakespeare’s Time, ed. Jean-Pierre Maquerlot and Michèle Willems (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 14–31 (p. 20. oogle Scholar. Palgrave Macmillan, London.