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Shake-speare"s heraldic emblems

W. Lansdown Goldsworthy

Shake-speare"s heraldic emblems

their origin & meaning

by W. Lansdown Goldsworthy

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Published by H.F. & G. Witherby in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Authorship -- Baconian theory.,
  • Bacon, Francis, -- 1561-1626.,
  • Emblems.

  • Edition Notes

    Deals chiefly with Bacon"s use of emblems and apparent references to them in Shakespeare"s plays, here ascribed to Bacon.

    Statementby W. Lansdown Goldsworthy ; illustrated from old plates and wood-cuts.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination239 p., 20 leaves of plates (inc. front.) :
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19479560M

    Playing Companies and Commerce in Shakespeare's Time As it happens, the title page of the quarto of 1 Contention did not name the company owners, but others such as The Battle of Alcazar and The Massacre at Paris did In some cases, then, it would appear that companies expected to get publicity speci®cally for themselves. Fine Books AND Manuscripts An illuminated leaf from a Book of Hours, month of May, on vellum, France, c. , with foliate border and one large initial incorporating gilt, blue, red, and green. 7.

    Aurora Leigh. Book III. Be sure tis better than what you work to get. Ibid. So, happy and unafraid of solitude, & Except in fable and figure: forests chant, & c. Ibid. To a pure white line of flame more luminous Because of obliteration, more intense The intimate presence carrying in itself. Ibid., Book IX. The thought is so beautiful it is no wonder that art adopt- ed it. The Book, lying open on Marys knee, or on a desk before her, or clasped against her bosom, appears in the most and the best of the Annunciation pictures. Other emblems, with a meaning more or less mystical, were associated with the THE ELLO.

    It originally belonged to Worral, one of Swifts most intimate friends, for on the first page is an inscription: This book was all wrote by Dean Swift, and was Mr. Worrals. On the same page in Swifts handwriting is another inscription: This book I stole from the Right Honble. George Dodington Esqr. one . Englische Studien.


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Shake-speare's Heraldic Emblems London, Witherby & Co., GREGORY,JOSHUA C. Chemistry and Alchemy in the Natural Philosophy of Sir Francis Bacon, Ambix, 2(2) (lecture,September ), a good account of some of Bacon's cosmological views Gross, Alanessay.

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A C O M P A N I O N T O S HAKESPEARE’S S ONNETS E D I T E D B Y M I C H A E L S C H O E N F E L D T. One of the emblems in Minerva shows a boar, which plays a crucial role in Ovid’s story of Venus and Adonis as well as in the one by “Shakespeare” published in The boar was also Oxford’s heraldic symbol.

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The new Cambridge History of Early Modern English Literature is also unusual in providing no chapters on single authors. Single-author accounts, usually focused on the careers of such consequential writers as Sidney, Spenser, Shakespeare, Donne, Jonson and Milton, have been rendered masterfully in other literary histories of the period, where.

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