Shakspere allusion-books Part I by Clement Mansfield Ingleby

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Statementedited by C. M. Ingleby.
SeriesNew Shakspere Society publications. Series IV : Shakspere allusion-books -- no. 1, Publications (New Shakspere Society (London, England)) -- no. 1.
ContributionsSimpson, Richard, 1820-1876
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Paginationxlviii, 188 p. ;
Number of Pages188
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Open LibraryOL22387297M

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Pages:   Ingleby, C. M., ed. Shakspere allusion-books, part 1. New Shakspere Society publications, series 4. London: Trübner, The book has been rebound, and the. Full text of "Shakspere allusion-books: Part I" See other formats. Get this from a library.

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They go to here a poet at the Kafka Cafe and there is a giant bug on the sign. MORE SHAKSPERE ALLUSIONS This bundle of allusions to Shakspere, supplementing the Shak-spere Allusion-Book,has grown by the references kindly sent to me by various scholars, by some which turned up among Dr.

Furnivall's papers, and by my own notes; but especially by the references and passages so generously printed in Notes and Queries by. Shakspere allusion books - part 1 - edited by C Mansfield Ingleby Trubner & Co Item number: F SCCE Ingleby, C.

Mansfield Shakespeare's bones - the proposal to disinter them, considered in relation to their possible bearing on his portraiture: illustrated by instances of visits of the living to the dead Trubner & Co (shelved 1 time as fiction-with-literary-allusions) avg rating — 6, ratings — published   Ingleby, C.

M., ed. Shakspere allusion-books, part 1. New Shakspere Society publications, series 4. London: Trübner, The book has been rebound, and the Wellcome cataloguers speculate that Morris’s book label was removed when that happened.

Provenance: Morris. — Richard Bennett. IV: Shakspere allusion-books, no. Responsibility: gathered by members of the New Shakspere Society as a supplement to 'Shakespeare's Centurie of Prayse, ' ed. 2, ; and edited by Fredk. Dr. Grosart reprinted privately in the first edition, with extracts from the additions first published inalthough now only accessible in the editions of and The portion supposed to refer to Shakespeare was reprinted in ‘Shakspere Allusion Books’ (pt.

Ingleby, New Shakspere Society,pp. 69 et seq.). Ingleby, C. M., ed. Shakspere allusion-books, part 1. New Shakspere Society publications, series 4. London: Trübner, The book has been rebound, and the Wellcome cataloguers speculate that Morris’s book label was removed when that happened.

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Clement Mansfield Ingleby (29 October – 26 September ) was an English Shakespearian scholar. the Man and the Book (a collection of essays in two volumes, and ), Shakespeare's Bones (), The Shakspere Allusion Books, London, See also French’s “Shakespeareana Genealogica” (), Friswell’s “Life Portraits of Shakespeare,” Green’s “Shakespere and the Emblem Writers,” Ingleby’s “Shakspere Allusion Books,” and his “Shakspere, the Man and the Book” (), W.

Hazlitt’s “Shakespeare Jest Books” and “Shakespeare’s Library,” Mrs. Shakspere (Shakespeare) Allusion Books; Part I A.D. Published for the New Shakspere Society. London: N.

Trubner & Co., First Edition. Hard Cover. Octavo. Inscribed by the author on front wrapper, which is bound in; 12mo, 3/4 tan leather over marbled boards; pages.

Laid in is a copy of a letter from Humphrey Moseley, 3 pages. Frivolities of Courtiers and Footprints of Philosophers. Being a translation of the First, Second, and Third Books and Selections from the Seventh and Eighth Books of the Policraticus of John of Salisbury by PIKE Joseph B.

(Trans) / John of Salisbury and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Shakspere Allusion-Books, part i., ed.

Ingleby (New Shakspere Society, ); Alexander Grosart, "Introduction" to his reprint of Willobie his Avisa (). [Willobie His Avisa], with an Essay towards its interpretation. Charles Hughes (). Online at the Internet Archive. Notes. Shakspere allusion books. Part 1 [] ; Shakespeare centurie of prayse.

Author Smith, Lucy Toulmin,Published   He was for a short time one of the vice-presidents of the New Shakspere Society, and among other work edited for the society the 'Shakespeare Allusion Books,' He was also elected one of the English honorary members of the Weimar Shakespeare Society, and was an original trustee of Shakespeare's birthplace.

Willobie his Avisa proved extremely popular, and passed through numerous editions, and Peter Colse produced in an imitation named Penelope's Complaint. See Shakspere Allusion-Books, part i., ed. Ingleby (New Shakspere Society, ); A.

Grosart's "Introduction" to. Set forth cheefely for the benefitt of young Schollers, London, printed for Richard Royston.’ The passages dealing with Elizabethan literature were reprinted in Haslewood's ‘Critical Essays,’ in ‘Shakspere Allusion Books’ (New Shakspere Soc.), pt.

sq.,and in Arber's ‘English Garner,’ ii. 94 sq. Abstract. A number of works projected for the Society appeared in the Shakespeare library, edited by I.

Gollancz, i.e.: The old-spelling Shakspere, announced as Series II, nos.; A Shakspere Holinshed (Series III, nos.

); Harrison's England, pt. IV (Series VI, no. 15) Revised editions of Series III, no. 1 (Brooke's Romeus and Juliet) and Series VI, no. 7 (Viles' Rogues and Author: New Shakspere Society (Great Britain).

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Author: Clement Mansfield Ingleby ISBN: IBCR. As for “last Musœs”. C.M. Ingleby writes: he “should be Henry Petowe, who published inThe Second Part of the Loves of Hero and Leander” (Shakspere Allusion-Books, Londonp. xiv.), which was, like Chapman’s, a continuation of Marlowe’s translation of Musaios’ poem.

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For the actions of the people when the ballad-singer begins to sing in the street the author no doubt. to "Shakspere, the Stratford actor", attributes all these works, with assistance The book under review is less weighty in several senses of the word than that of Titherley, and more readable despite a repetitious style and an argument new titles and eleven "Allusion Books".

In. FRED L. JONES (4) Trial, I. ii, p. Pem. Pity such true love, which like blessed seed Sown in such fertile soil, his princely breast, By the rough stormy brow and winter's hate.Richard Farmer: an Essay On the Learning of Shakespeare: Addressed to Joseph Cradock, Esq.

Preface to the Second Edition, THE AUTHOR of the following ESSAY was solicitous only for the honour of Shakespeare: he hath however, in his own capacity, little reason to complain of occasional Criticks, or Criticks by profession.CHAPTER II Biographical Facts and Traditions.

In the time of Shakespeare, the fashion of writing lives of men of letters had not yet arisen. The art of biography could hardly be said to be even in its infancy, for the most notable early examples, such as the lives of Wolsey by Cavendish and of Sir Thomas More by his son-in-law in the sixteenth century, and Walton's handful in the seventeenth.

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