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Author: Hyder Rollins; Herschel Baker
Publisher: Prospect Heights, Ill. : Waveland Press, 1992.
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hyder Rollins; Herschel Baker
ISBN: 0881336734 9780881336733
OCLC Number: 232592582
Description: 1014 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: Part I. The historical setting --
Michael Drayton, Poly-Olbion [Brut and the settlement of Britain] --
William Warner, Albion's England [Early kings of Britain] --
Samuel Daniel, The Civil Wars [Richard II] --
The Chronicles --
Richard Grafton, A chronicle at large [Henry IV] --
Raphael Holinshed, The chronicles of England [ Henry V] --
Edward Hall, The union of two noble and illustrate families of Lancaster and York [Henry VIII] --
William Harrison, The description of England --
John Stow, A survey of London --
Sir Thomas More, The history of King Richard the Third --
William Roper, The life of Sir Thomas More --
George Cavendish, The life and death of Thomas Wolsey --
PART II. EARLY TUDOR LITERATURE --
Stephen Hawes, The Pastime of Pleasure --
John Skelton, Upon a Dead Man's Head, On the Death of the Noble Prince King Edward the Fourth, The Bowge of Court, Philip Sparrow, The Tunning of Elinour Rumming --
Alexander Barclay, Certain Eglogues --
Sir Thomas More, Utopia --
Sir Thomas Chaloner (trans.), Erasmus' Praise of Folly --
Sir Thomas Elyot, The Book Named the Governor, Of the Knowledge Which Maketh a Wise Man, The Castle of Health --
John Heywood, A Dialogue Containing the Number of the Effectual Proverbs in the English Tongue, Epigrams, The Spider and the Fly --
PART III. THE REFORMATION IN ENGLAND --
Translations of the Bible, William Tyndale's New Testament, The Great Bible, The Geneva Bible, The Bishops' Bible, The Rheims-Douai Bible, The King James Version --
Sir Thomas More, A Dialogue Concerning Heresies and Matters of Religion, The Apology --
John Colet, The Sermon...Made to the Convocation at Paul's, A Right Fruitful Monition --
Hugh Latimer, A Notable Sermon [Sermon of the Plow] --
Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins, The Psalms of David in Meter --
The Book of Common Prayer --
John Jewel, An Apology or Answer in Defense of the Church of England --
John Foxe, Acts and Monuments --
Richard Hooker, Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity --
PART IV. POETICAL MISCELLANIES, BALLADS, AND SONG BOOKS --
The Court of Venus and A book of Ballets --
Songs and Sonnets [Tottel's Miscellany], Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Nicholas Grimald, Uncertain Authors --
John Hall, The Court of Virtue --
The Paradise of Dainty Devices --
A Gorgeous Gallery of Gallant Inventions --
A Handful of Pleasant Delights --
The Phoenix Nest --
England's Helicon --
A Poetical Rhapsody --
Broadside Ballads, An Epitaph upon the Death of...J. Jewel, Davy Dicar's Dream, Sorrowful Verses Made on the Death of ... Queen Elizabeth, The True Form and Shape of a Monsterous Child, A Letter to Rome, Francis' New Jig --
Song Books --
William Byrd, Psalms, Sonnets, and Songs of Sadness and Piety-, Songs of Sundry Natures --
Nicholas Yonge, Musica Transalpina --
John Dowland, The First Book of Songs or Airs, The Second Book of Songs or Airs, The Third and Last Book of Songs or Airs --
Thomas Campion, A Book of Airs --
Thomas Morley, The Triumphs of Oriana --
PART V. EARLY ELIZABETHAN POETRY --
A Mirror for Magistrates --
Thomas Sackville, Earl of Dorset, The Induction --
Thomas Churchyard, Shore's Wife --
Thomas Tusser, A Hundreth Good Points of Husbandry, Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry --
Barnabe Googe, Eglogues, Epitaphs, and Sonnets --
Thomas Howell, The Arbor of Amity --
George Turbervile, The Eglogs of the Poet B. Mantuan Cermelitan, Epitaphs, Epigrams, Songs, and Sonnets --
George Gascoigne, The Posies, The Steel Glass --
George Whetstone, The Rock of Regard --
PART VI. LATER ELIZABETHAN POETRY --
Thomas Watson, Passionate Century of Love --
Sir Walter Raleigh, Nature, That Wash'd Her Hands in Milk, My Body in the Walls Captived, The Ocean to Cynthia, As You Came from the Holy Land, Sir Walter Raleigh to His Son --
Sir Philip Sidney, Astrophel and Stella, Translated out of Horace Which Begins Rectius Vives, A Farewell, Though Blind Man's Mark, Thou Fool's Self-chosen Snare, Leave Me, O Love, Which Reachest But to Dust --
Edmund Spenser, The Shepherd's Calendar, Prosopopia: of Mother Hubberd's Tale, Colin Clout's Come Home Again, Amoretti, Epithalamion, Prothalamion, An Hymn in Honor of Love, An Hymn of Heavenly Love --
Robert Greene, In Time We See That Silver Drops, The Fickles Seat Whereon Proud Fortune Sits, Obscure and Dark Is All the Gloomy Air, In Cypres Sat Fair Venus by a Fount, Fair Is My Love for April in Her Face, When Gods Had Fram'd the Sweet of Women's Face, Sweet Are the Thoughts That Savor of Content, Philomela's Ode That She Sung in Her Arbor --
Thomas Lodge, Scylla's Metamorphosis, A Fig for Momus --
Christopher Marlow, Hero and Leander --
Richard Bqarnfield, Cynthia, with Certain Sonnets, Poems in Divers Humors, Lady Pecunia or The Praise of Money --
Samuel Daniel, Delia, The Complaint of Rosamond, Musophilus, To the Lady Margaret, Countess of Cumberland, To the Lady Lucy, Countess of Bedford, A Pastoral, Ulysses and the Siren --
Michael Drayton, The Harmony of the Church, Idea. The Shepherd's Garland, Idea's Mirror, Idea (1619 edition), Endymion and Phoeby, Marimeriados, England's Heroical Epistles: Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, to Geraldine, Poly-Olbion, To the Virginian Voyage, An Ode Written in the Peak, His Defense against the Idle Critic, To His Coy Love, A Canzonet, To the Cambro-Britans, and Their Harp, His Ballad of Agincourt --
George Chapman, The Shadow of Night, Ovid's Banquet of Sense, A Coronet for His Mistress Philosophy --
Robert Southwell, The Virgin Mary's Conception, Christ's Bloody Sweat, Upon the Image of Death, Seek Flowers of Heaven, Love's Servile Lot, I Die Alive, New Prince New Pomp, The Burning Babe --
Joseph Hall, Virgidemiarum --
John Marston, The Scourge of Villany --
Everard Guilpin, Skialetheia --
John Weever, Epigrams in the Oldest Cut and Newest Fashion --
Sir John Davies, Epigrams, Orchestra, Nosce Teipsum --
John Donne, Epigrams, The Storm, The Calm, A Nocturnal upon Saint Lucy's Day, A Valediction Forbidding Mourning, Song (Go and catch a falling star), Woman's Constancy, The Sun Rising, The Indifferent, The Canonization, Son (Sweetest love, I do not go), The Anniversary, Twick'nam Garden, A Valediction of Weeping, The Flea, The Extasy, The Relique, Satire III --
Ben Jonson, To the Reader, To My Book, To William Camden, On Feformed Gamester, On My First Daughter, On Margaret Ratcliffe, On My First Son, To Censorious Courtling, Of Life and Death, To Edward Allen, To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Donne's Satires, To John Donne, Epitaph on Salomon Pavy, A Child of Queen Elizabeth's Chapel, Epitaph on Elizabeth, Lady H., To Penshurst, To Celia, Song. That Woman Are But Men's Shadows, Song. To Celia, To Heaven --
Sonnet Sequences --
Fulke Greville, Caelica --
Giles Fletcher, Licia --
Henry Constable, Diana --
William Percy, Sonnets to the Fairest Coelia, Zepheria --
Bartholomew Griffin, Fidessa, More Chaste Than Kind --
Robert Tofte, Laura --
William Shakespeare, Sonnets --
PART VII. TRANSLATIONS --
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, Virgil's Aeneid --
Thomas Phaer, Virgil's Aeneid --
Sir Thomas Hoby, Castglione's Courtier --
Arthur Golding, Ovid's Metamorphoses --
Sir Thomas North, Plutarch's Lives --
Richard Stanyhurst, Virgil's Aeneid --
Christopher Marlowe, Ovid's Elegies, Lucan's Pharsalia --
Sir John Harington, Ariosto's Orlando Furioso --
Philemon Holland, Plutarch's Morals --
John Florio, Montaigne's Essays --
George Chapman, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey --
Sir Thomas Elyot, The Book Named the Governor --
Thomas Wilson, The Art of Rhetorique --
George Gascoigne, Certain Notes of Instruction --
Gosson-Lodge-Sidney --
Stephen Gosson, The School of Abuse --
Thomas Lodge, Reply to Stephen Gosson Touching Plays --
Sir Philip Sideny, The Defense of Poesy --
Gabriel Harvey and Edmund Spenser, Letters --
William Webbe, A Discourse of English Poetry --
Abraham Fraunce, The Arcadian Rhetoric --
Thomas Nashe, Preface to Greene's Menaphon --
George Puttenham, The Art of English Poesy --
Sir John Harington, A Preface or Rather a Brief Apology of Poetry...Prefixed to Orlando Fuioso --
Francis Meres, Palladis Tamia --
Thomas Campion, Observations in the Art of English Poesy --
Samuel Daniel, A Defense of Rime --
Ben Jonson, Timber or Discoveries Made upon Men and Matter --
PART IX. PROSE FICTION --
Jestbooks, Merry Tales...by Maister Skelton --
The Novelle in English, William Painter, The Palace of Pleasure --
Sir Geoffrey Fenton, Certain Tragical Discourses --
George Pettie, A Petite Palace of Pettie His Pleasure --
Barnabe Rich, Rich His Farewell to Military Profession --
Thomas Underdown, An Ethiopian History --
George Gascoigne, A Discourse of the Adventures Passed by Master F.J. --
John Lyly, Euphues: The ANatomy of Wit Euphues and His England --
Sir Philip Sidney, The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia --
Robert Greene, Menaphon --
Thomas Lodge, Rosalynde --
Thomas Nashe, The Unfortunate Traveler: or, The Life of Jack Wilton --
Thomas Deloney, Jack of Newbury, Thomas of Reading --
Roger Ascham, Toxophilus, The Schoolmaster --
Richard Mulcaster, The First Part of the Elementary --
Thomas Lodge, An Alarum against Usurers --
Robert Greene, The Black Book's Messenger, Greene's Groatsworth of Wit Bought with a Million of Repentance, The Repentance of Robert Greene --
The Greene-Nashe-Harvey Controversy --
Gabriel Harvey, Four Letters and Certain Sonnets --
Thomas Nashe, Strange News of the Intercepting Certain Letters --
Henry Chettle, Kind=Heart's Dream --
Thomas Nashe, Pierce Penniless His Supplication to the Devil Christ's tears over Jerusalem --
Richard Hakluyt, Divers Voyages Touching the Discovery of America, The Principal Navigations --
Sir Walter Raleigh, A Report of the Truth of the Fight...betwixt the Revenge...and an Armada of the King of Spain --
Francis Bacon, Essays, The Advancement of Learning --
Responsibility: Hyder E. Rollins, Herschel Baker.

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