3 edition of Parasitaster, or, The fawne found in the catalog.
Parasitaster, or, The fawne
|Other titles||Parasitaster, Fawne|
|Statement||written by Iohn Marston ; and now corrected of many faults which by reason of the authors absence were let slip in the first edition.|
|Contributions||Purfoot, Thomas, d. 1615, printer., Cotton, William, d. 1609, bookseller., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PR2694 .M3 1604|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||20002316|
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Parasitaster or The Fawne: King James and the Prince D’Amour in John Marston of the Middle Temple Pages. XIII. Parasitaster or The Fawne: King James and the Prince D’Amour; XIV. Sophonisba: Wonder and Parasitaster XV.
Conclusion: A “Timely Change” Appendix A. Some Important Figures at the Inns of Court (–) Appendix B. Chronological Table of Events in Marston’s Life and Related Events at the Middle Temple; Appendix C. Parasitaster: or, The fawn. [John Marston; David A Blostein] -- The play tells the story of Duke Or, who disguises himself as a flattering courtier, the Fawn, in order to infiltrate the court of Duke Gonzago and observe the behaviour of his son Tiberio, who.
Running title reads: The fawne Partly from the same setting as STC Pollard, A.W. Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, The fawne book, & Ireland and of English books printed abroad, (2nd ed.) Greg, W.W. Bibliography of the English printed drama to the Restoration English short title catalogue Boston Public Library.
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PARASITASTER, The fawne book THE FAWNE, AS IT HATH BEEN DIVERS TIMES PREsented at the blacke Friars, by the Children of the Queenes Maiesties Reuels, and since at Powles. Written BY IOHN MARSTON. And now corrected of many faults, which by reason of. old english plays; being a selection from the early dramatic writers.
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Parasitaster or The Fawne: King James and the “Prince d’Amour” XIV. Sophonisba: Wonder and Shame; XV. Conclusion: A “Timely Change” Appendices. Some Important Figures at the Inns of Court (–) Β. Chronological Table of Events in Marston’s. The Maid’s Tragedy (–) and Parasitaster, or The Fawne (–) pp.
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Clare McManus is Professor of Early Modern Literature and Theatre at the University of Roehampton, London. Her work challenges women’s exclusion from early modern English theatre: her first book, Women on the Renaissance Stage () analyses the masque performances of Anna of Denmark.
With the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, she supervised an investigation into Inigo Jones’s Queen. Parasitaster: or the fawne. The wonder of women: or the tragedie of Sophonisba. What you will. Miscellaneous pieces of poesie. The honorable Lorde and Lady of Huntingdons entertainment of theire right noble mother Alice.
Plays, ed. Wood. 3 vols, Confession time. People often talk about books being poetic, then I read them and all that comes to mind is flowery or pretentious. And possibly that the author is trying a bit too hard. (Yes, I'm shaking my pointy little finger at you, "Waiting for the Flood.")But after reading this short book, yes, I must agree that poetic doesn't begin to cover the writing/5.
John Marston (baptised 7 October – 25 June ) was an English poet, playwright and satirist during the late Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
Although his career as a writer lasted only a decade, his work is remembered for its energetic and often obscure style, its contributions to the development of a distinctively Jacobean style in poetry, and its idiosyncratic vocabulary.19th Century Rare Book & Photograph Shop.
Marston s Antonio and Mellida, What you Will, and Parasitaster: or, the Fawn; Heywood, The English Traveller, The Royal King and Loyal Subject, A Challenge for Beauty.
This very scarce set was conceived as a continuation of Dodsley s famous Select Collection of Old Plays ().BOOK REVIEWS John Marston of the Middle Temple. By PHILIP J. FINKELPEARL. Cambridge, Mass.: BOOK REVIEWS wit and license meant to artists and how it was manifest in their works.
in Parasitaster or The Fawne he censures King James and his. BOOK REVIEWS court, offering advice to the governor in the.