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The works of Michael Drayton

Author: Michael Drayton; J William Hebel; Kathleen Mary Tillotson; Bernard H Newdigate
Publisher: Oxford : Published for the Shakespeare Head Press by Blackwell, 1961.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [Corr. ed. of the Michael Drayton tercentenary ed.]View all editions and formats
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Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631.
Works of Michael Drayton.
Oxford : Published for the Shakespeare Head Press by Blackwell, 1961
(OCoLC)586134578
Online version:
Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631.
Works of Michael Drayton.
Oxford : Published for the Shakespeare Head Press by Blackwell, 1961
(OCoLC)606237681
Online version:
Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631.
Works of Michael Drayton.
Oxford : Published for the Shakespeare Head Press by Blackwell, 1961
(OCoLC)609566572
Named Person: Michael Drayton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Drayton; J William Hebel; Kathleen Mary Tillotson; Bernard H Newdigate
OCLC Number: 351587
Notes: "Five hundred copies of this tercentenary edition ... have been printed."
With facsimiles of original title-pages.
"This edition aims at giving an accurate reprint of Drayton's own texts. In printing, modern typographical usage is followed."--Pref., v. 1.
Vol. 4 has title: Poly-Olbion, by Michale Drayton; being the fourth volume of his works edited by J. William Hebel.
"A chronology of Michael Drayton's life and writings": v. 5, p. [xix]-xxx. Bibliography: v. 5, p. 265-283.
The legends. The owle. Pastorals, contayning eglogues. The man in the moone--v.3. The vision of Ben, Jonson, on the muses of his friend M. Drayton. Upon The battaile of Agincourt, by J. Vaughan. To my worthy friend Mr. Michaell Drayton upon these his poems, by John Reynold. The battaile of Agincourt. The miseries of Queene Margarite. Nimphidia, the court of fayrie. The quest of Cynthia. The shepheards Sirena. The moone-calfe. Elegies upon sundry occasions. The muses Elizium. Noahs flood. Moses his birth and miracles. David and Goliah--v.4. The first part of Poly-Olbion. The second part, or a continuance of Poly-Olbion from the eighteenth song--v.5. Introduction, notes, variant readings, edited by Kathleen Tillotson and B.H. Newdigate.
Description: 5 v. : fronts. (v. 1-3, 5) ill. (facsims.) plates, port., double maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: v. 1. The harmonie of the church. Idea, the shepheards garland, fashioned in nine eglogs. Ideas mirrour, amours in quatorzains. Endimion andPhœbe, Ideas Latmus. Peirs Gaveston, earle of Cornwall. Matilda, the faire and chaste daughter of the Lord Robert Fitzwater. The tragicall legend of Robert, duke of Normandy. Mortimeriados, the lamentable civell warres of Edward the Second and the barrons. The first part of the true and honorable historie, of the life of Sir John Old-castle the good Lord Cobham. To the majestie of King James, a gratulatorie poem. A pæan triumphall. Sonnets not printed in Ideas mirrour, 1594, or in Idea, 1619. Two odes from Poemes lyrick and pastorall <1606> not reprinted in 1619. Uncollected poems.--v.2. The barons warres. Englands heroicall epistles. Idea in sixtie three sonnets. Odes, with other lyrick poesies.
Responsibility: edited J. William Hebel.

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