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Harrison, G.B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991.
England in Shakespeare's day.
London, Methuen & Co. [1928]
(OCoLC)561194783
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; Shakespeare, William <1564-1616>
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G B Harrison
ISBN: 0403006201 9780403006205
OCLC Number: 771718
Description: xiii, 239, [1] pages 20 cm.
Contents: Our Queen / Lyly – Queen Elizabeth on progress / Lyly – A lament for Sir Philip Sidney / Spenser – Sir Philip Sidney / Greville – Fulke Grevill’s epitaph – The death of Queen Elizabeth / Carey – Sir Robert Carey’s ride / Carey – The character of King James / Howard – The Overbury murder / Bacon – The marriage of Princess Elizabeth / Anon – On his mistress, the Queen of Bohemia / Wotton – The rascal multitude / Harrison – Degree / Shakespeare – Machiavel / Marlowe – The troubles of statecraft / R. Cecil – The privileges of noblemen / Peacham – An Inns of Court Man / Overbury – The last fight of the “Revenge” / Ralegh – An ambassador’s letter / Winwood – Raising recruits / Shakespeare – Drilling the train-bands / Beaumont and Fletcher – Seditions and troubles / Bacon – Cankers of the Commonwealth / Anon – A false alarm / Chamberlain – An appeal for unity / Shakespeare – Parson and schoolmaster / Shakespeare – Music in the school curriculum / Mulcaster – In the schoolroom / Marston – A lesson in acting / Anon – The ideal student: rules for behavior at the University / Peacham – Revels at Gray’s Inn / Anon – The woes of a private tutor / Anon – Alchemist’s jargon / Jonson – The pathway to preferment / Powell – The enthusiastic traveler / Coryal – The character of an affectate traveler / Overbury – The bogus traveler / Anon – Coryat and the Jews /Coryat – The ideal weaver’s factory / Deloney – The jolly shoemakers / Dekker – In praise of the red herring / Nashe – Advice to young sailors / Smith – To the Virginian voyage / Drayton – The riches of Virginia / Johnson, Chapman and Marston – Captain Bobadill on tobacco / Jonson – The usurer’s ways / Lodge and Greene – This heroic age / Hakluyt – Paul’s walk / Dekker – The nip and the foist / Greene – Quacks / Chettle – The barber and his ways / Lyly – The watch / Dekker – The wickedness of ballad singers / Greene – Bartholomew Fair / Stow – In the tavern / Heywood – The eight kinds of drunkenness / Nashe – The horrors of plague / Dekker – A moralist’s objection to plays / Gosson – A scholar’s objection to plays / Sidney – A defence of plays / Nashe – The playgoer / Marston – A boy actor / Jonson – Publius, who loved bear-baiting / Davies – An execution / Anon – A ballad / Deloney – Innovations / Harrison – Of gardens / Bacon – Sweet Ankor in Arden / Drayton – The scent of mother earth / Browne – Poor Wat / Shakespeare – The simple life / Campion – Court life and country life / Shakespeare – English inns / Moryson – Country recreations / Markham – The perfect angler / Markham – Eating and drinking / Harrison – Enclosures for sheep farming / Basard – The Church of England / Harrison – Simony / Weever – The character of a church papist / Earle – The Spanish inquisition / Hasleton – The English College at Rome / Munday – A seminary priest / Dekker – The dangers of the Puritan movement / Hooker – The Puritan at Bartholomew Fair / Jonson – Horror of hell fire / Greene – Horror of hell fire / Dekker – “The spirits called the fairy” / King James – A wise woman / Chettle – Evil spirits avaunt / Spenser – A defence of the English tongue / Mulcaster – The patron and the poet / Anon – The poet at work / Dekker – Literary Society in Dublin / Bryskett – The Mermaid Tavern / Beaumont – A pot poet / Earle – To my bookseller / Jonson – The character of Ben Jonson / Drummond – Gabriel Harvey on Robert Greene / Harvey – Jonson on Shakespeare / Jonson – The old poet remembers his youth / Drayton – The poets’ Elysium / Dekker – The Italianate / Ascham – Aping the Great / Jonson – How to become a gentleman / Jonson – The gull / Davies – The melancholic humour / Shakespeare – The dancer / Marston – Dress / Harrison – Follies and fashions / Lane – These degenerate days / Riche – These degenerate days / Jonson – The needy bore / Donne – The envoi / Shakespeare.
Series Title: English life in English literature, 3.
Responsibility: by G.B. Harrison ...

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