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Author Hebel, J. William (John William), 1891-1934, editor.

Title Tudor poetry and prose / selected from early editions and manuscripts and edited by J. William Hebel .. [and others]..

Publication Info. New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts [1953]

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 Manchester, Main Library - Non Fiction  821.08 TUDOR    Check Shelf
Description 1375 pages ; 22 cm
Note "[Brings] together ... the material ... included in two books already published: (1) Hebel and Hudson's Poetry of the English Renaissance ... and (2) Hebel, Hudson, Johnson, and Green's Prose of the English Renaissance."
Contents Tudor poetry. Philip Sparrow ; Colin Clout ; To Mistress Isabel Pennell ; To Mistress Margaret Hussey ; A prayer to the Father of heaven / John Skelton -- Pastime with good company ; Whereto should I express ; Whoso that will ; Green groweth the holly / Henry VIII -- Childhood ; Manhood ; Age / Sir Thomas More -- Two short ballettes, made for his pastime while he was prisoner in the Tower of London. Lewis, the lost lover ; Davy, the dicer / Sir Thomas More -- A praise of his lady ; Jack and his father ; Of loving a dog ; Of a sheep's eye ; Of enough and a feast ; Of late and never ; Of a cat's look ; Of Heywood / John Heywood -- The lover compareth his state to a ship in perilous storm tossed on the sea ; The lover's life compared to the Alps ; Description of the contrarious passions in a lover ; The lover for shamefastness hideth his desire within his faithful heart ; A renouncing of love ; Whoso list to hunt ; Divers doth use ; Of his return from Spain ; Of such as had forsaken him ; A description of such a one as he would love ; That speaking or proffering brings alway speeding ; Description of a gun ; Wyatt being in prison, to Bryan ; Of his love called Anna ; To a lady, to answer directly with yea or nay ; The lover to his bed, with describing of his unquiet state ; The lover showeth how he is forsaken of such as he sometimes enjoyed ; Help me to seek ; Forget not yet ; And wilt thou leave me thus? ; Blame not my lute ; Since you will needs ; Tangled I was ; Hate whom ye list ; Of the mean and sure estate ; Of the courtier's life ; The lover complaineth the unkindness of his love / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- Description of spring, wherein each thing renews save only the lover ; The frailty and hurtfulness of beauty ; Description and praise of his love Geraldine ; A complaint by night of the lover not beloved ; Complaint of a lover rebuked ; Vow to love faithfully, howsoever he be rewarded ; The lover comforteth himself with the worthiness of his love ; A praise of his love, wherein he reproveth them that compare their ladies with his ; How no age is content with his own estate, and how the age of children is the happiest, if they had skill to understand it ; Of the death of Sir T.W. the elder ; Prisoned in Windsor, he recounteth his pleasure there passed ; Exhortation to learn by others' trouble ; The things that cause a quiet life ; London, hast thou accusëd me? / Earl of Surrey -- from Certain books of Virgil's Æneis, 1557. Book II / Earl of Surrey -- The aged lover renounceth love ; A lover, disdained, complaineth ; No pleasure without some pain ; Of a contented mind / Thomas, Lord Vaux.
Tudor poetry. Minor 'courtly makers' of Henry VIII's reign. That was my woe / Robert Fairfax -- A carol, bringing in the boar's head -- In youth, in age / Robert Cooper -- Pleasure it is / William Cornish -- Ah! the sighs / William Cornish -- Western wind -- My little fool -- England, be glad -- These women all / Heath -- O death, rock me asleep / George Boleyn, Viscount Rochford? -- To his posterity : written over a chamber door where he was wont to lie at Hallingbury / Henry Parker, Lord Morley -- The poor estate to be holden for best / Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset? -- The lover showeth his woeful state and prayeth pity -- Upon consideration of the state of this life he wisheth death -- Of a new-married student -- Harpalus' complaint of Phillida's love bestowed on Corin, who loved her not, and denied him that loved her -- Totus mundus in maligno positus -- An old lover to a young gentlewoman.
Tudor poetry. A true love ; Man's life, after Posidonius or Crates ; Metrodorus' mind to the contrary ; Description of virture ; To his familiar friend ; A funeral song, upon the decease of Annes, his mother ; Marcus Tullius Cicero's death / Nicholas Grimald -- When I was fair and young ; The doubt of future foes / Elizabeth -- A sonnet made on Isabella Markham, when I first thought her fair as she stood the princess's window in goodly attire and talked to divers in the court-yard / John Harington, the elder -- from A mirror for magistrates, 1563. The introduction / Thomas Sackville, Earl of Dorset -- from Five hundred points of good husbandry, 1580. A preface to the buyer of this book / Thomas Tusser -- The praise of husbandry : as true as thy faith, this riddle thus saith ; A description of the properties of winds at all times of the year ; Christmas husbandly fare ; A sonnet upon the author's first seven years service / Thomas Tusser -- To the right worshipful M. William Lovelace, esquire, reader of Gray's inn, Barnabe Googe wisheth health / Barnabe Googe -- Coming homeward out of Spain ; Out of sight, out of mind ; Once musing as I sat ; To Doctor Bale ; An epitaph of the death of Nicholas Grimald / Barnabe Googe -- To his love that sent him a ring wherein was graved 'let reason rule' ; Verse in praise of Lord Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey ; Of drunkenness ; The lover to his lady that gazed much up to the skies ; To a fair gentlewoman, false to her friend ; He declares that albeit he were imprisoned in Russia, yet his mind was at liberty and did daily repair to his friend ; Unable by long and hard travel to banish love, returns her friend ; That he finds others as fair, but not so faithful as his friend ; To his friend, promising that though her beauty fade, yet his love shall last / George Turberville.
Tudor poetry. from The arbor of amity, 1568. When he thought himself contemned ; Of misery ; The rose / Thomas Howell -- To one who after death would leave his lively picture ; Jack shows his qualities and great good will to Jone ; Of the golden world ; To his lady, of her doubtful answer / Thomas Howell -- The praise of our soldiers ; The lover deceived by his lady's unconstancy writeth unto her as followeth / Thomas Churchyard -- from A hundreth sundry flowers. Gascoigne's good morrow ; Gascoignes's arraignment ; Gascoigne's lullaby ; Gascoigne's de profundis ; Inscription in his garden / Geroge Gascoigne -- Deep desire sung this song ; The steel glass / George Gascoigne -- from The rock of regard. Description of cozeners ; Epilogues / George Whetstone -- from A posy of gillyflowers. For soldiers ; A delectable dream / Humphrey Gifford -- A prayer to the Trinity / Richard Stanyhurst -- Of the mighty power of love ; Who taught thee first to sigh? ; If women could be fair ; Of the birth and bringing up of desire ; What cunning can express? / Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford -- from Sir P.S. his Astrophel and Stella. To the worshipful and his very good friend, Ma. Francis Flower, esquire, increase of all content ; Astrophel and Stella ; First song ; Fourth song ; Eleventh song / Sir Philip Sidney -- Certain sonnets. The nightingale ; Ring out your bells ; Thou blind man's mark ; Leave me, o love / Sir Philip Sidney -- O sweet woods ; Two pastorals : made by Sir Philip Sidney, never yet published, upon his meeting with his two worthy friends and fellow-poets, Sir Edward Dyer and Master Fulke Greville / Sir Philip Sidney -- My mind to me a kingdom is ; The man whose thoughts ; Prometheus when first from heaven / Sir Edward Dyer -- An epitaph upon the Right Honorable Sir Philip Sidney ; Another, of his Cynthia ; Chorus sacerdotum ; Cælica ; Sion lies waste / Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke -- Change thy mind ; To plead my faith ; A passion / Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex.
Tudor poetry. To Queen Elizabeth ; Praised be Diana's fair and harmless light ; Like truthless dreams ; Like to a hermit ; A description of love ; An epitaph upon the Right Honorable Sir Philip Sidney, knight, lord governor of Flushing ; A vision upon this conceit of the Fairy Queen ; The nymph's reply to the shepherd ; To his son ; Nature, that washed her hands ; The lie ; The ocean to Cynthia : Book XI ; The passionate man's pilgrimage, supposed to be written by one at the point of death / Sir Walter Ralegh -- from Antonius, 1592. Chorus / Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke -- from Albion's England, 1592. Chapter XXXVIII / William Warner -- from Hecatompatia, or, Passionate century of love. Some that report ; If Cupid were a child ; My love is past / Thomas Watson -- Vezzosi augelli ; Questo di verde ; from The tears of fancy / Thomas Watson -- from Menaphon. Doron's description of Samela ; Doron's jig ; Sephestia's song to her child / Robert Greene -- from Greene's Mourning garment. The shepherd's wife's song / Robert Greene -- Hexametra Alexis in laudem Rosamundi / Robert Greene -- from Greene's Never too late. The palmer's ode / Robert Greene -- from Greene's Farewell to folly. Sweet are the thoughts / Robert Greene -- from Philomela, the Lady Fitzwater's nightingale. Philomela's ode that she sung in her arbor / Robert Greene -- from Greene's Orpharion. Cupid abroad was lated / Robert Greene -- Sonnet / Thomas Lodge -- from Rosalind, 1592. Rosalind's madrigal / Thomas Lodge -- Montanus' sonnet ; Rosader's second sonetto / Thomas Lodge -- from The life and death of William Longbeard. My mistress when she goes / Thomas Lodge -- Strive no more ; The fatal star ; Like desert woods ; from Phillis honored with pastoral sonnets, elegies, and amorous delights, 1593 ; An ode / Thomas Lodge -- from The arbor of amorous devices. A pastoral of Phillis and Coridon ; A sweet lullaby / Nicholas Breton -- Say that I should say ; Phillida and Coridon ; Song of Phillida and Coridon ; An odd conceit ; Pastoral : 1 ; Pastoral : 2 / Nicholas Breton -- The passionate shepherd to his love ; To the Right Worshipful Sir Thomas Walsingham, knight ; Hero and Leander / Christopher Marlowe.
Tudor poetry. Elizabethan miscellanies. from George Gascoigne's Hundreth sundry flowers. A strange passion of a lover -- The lover declareth his affection, together with the cause thereof -- from Richard Edward's Paradise of dainty devices. Amantium iræ amoris redintegratio est ; M. Edwards' May ; Being importunate, at the length he obtaineth / Richard Edwards -- No pains comparable to his attempt / William Hunnis -- Look or you leap / Jasper Heywood -- from Thomas Procter's Gorgeous gallery of gallant inventions. Respite finem / Thomas Procter -- A proper sonnet, how time consumeth all earthly things -- A true description of love -- The lover in the praise of his beloved and comparison of her beauty -- The lover exhorteth his lady to be constant -- from H.C.'s Forrest of fancy. A plain description of perfect friendship -- The strange pangs of a poor passionate lover -- Epigram / Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford -- Answered thus by Sir P.S. / Sir Philip Sidney -- Another, of another mind / F.M. -- Another, of another mind -- Tichborne's elegy, written with his own hand in the Tower before his execution / Chidiock Tichborne -- from R.S.'s Phoenix nest. The time when first -- O night, o jealous night -- Set me where Phœbus' heat -- Sought by the world -- from John Bodenham's (?) England's helicon. A nymph's disdain of love -- Phillida's love-call to her Corydon, and his replying -- The nymph Selvagia, her song / Bartholomew Young -- Melisea, her song in scorn of her shepherd Narcissus / Bartholomew Young -- A palinode / Edmund Bolton -- A canzon pastoral in honor of Her Majesty / Edmund Bolton -- To Colin Clout / Anthony Munday -- from Francis Davison's Poetical rhapsody. Ode / John Hoskins? -- Madrigal -- To time ; Upon visiting his lady by moonlight ; A fiction / A.W. -- Sonnet / Joshua Sylvester? -- Commendation of her beauty, stature, behavior, and wit ; Upon his timorous silence in her presence ; To Cupid / Francis Davison -- from Francis Davison's Poetical rhapsody. The sound of thy sweet name / Francis Davison -- A sonnet of the moon / Charles Best.
Tudor poetry. Sonnet-sequences. from Giles Fletcher's Licia. To the reader ; Licia -- from Barnabe Barnes's Parthenophil and Parthenophe. Madrigal ; Ode -- from Barnabe Barnes's Divine century of spiritual sonnets -- from William Percy's Cœlia -- from Zepheria. Alli veri figlioli delle Muse -- from E. C.'s Emaricdulfe -- from Richard Lynche's Diella -- from William Smith's Chloris. To the most excellent and learned shepherd, Colin Clout -- from Bartholomew Griffin's Fidessa, more chaste than kind -- from Robert Tofte's Laura -- From Henry Lok's Sonnets of Christian Passions -- from Alexander Craig's Amorous songs, sonnets, and elegies. To Pandora ; To his Pandora, from England.
Tudor poetry. from Diana, 1592 ; from Diana, 1594 ; To his mistress upon occasion of a Petrarch he gave her, showing her the reason why the Italian commenters dissent so much in the exposition thereof ; To St. Peter and St. Paul ; To St. Mary Magdalen ; Damelus' song to his Diaphenia ; The shepherd's song of Venus and Adonis / Henry Constable -- Upon the image of death ; Look home ; Love's servile lot ; New prince, new pomp ; The burning babe / Robert Southwell -- from Cynthia. To his mistress / Richard Barnfield -- from Poems in divers humors. To his friend Master R.L., in praise of music and poetry ; Against the dispraisers of poetry ; A remembrance of some English poets ; An ode / Richard Barnfield -- The unknown shepherd's complaint / Richard Barnfield -- from Delia. To the Right Honorable, the Lady Mary, Countess of Pembroke / Samuel Daniel -- To Delia ; An ode ; The complaint of Rosamond ; To the Lady Margaret, Countess of Cumberland ; To the Lady Lucy, Countess of Bedford ; Musophilus ; Love is a sickness / Samuel Daniel -- from Certain small poems. Ulysses and the siren / Samuel Daniels -- from Tethy's festival. Are they shadows? / Samuel Daniel -- from Idea, the shepherd's garland. The eighth eclogue / Michael Drayton -- from Idea's mirror. To the dear child of the Muses, and his ever kind Mæcenas, Ma. Anthony Cooke, esquire / Michael Drayton -- from England's heroical epistles / Michael Drayton -- from Poems. Idea. To the reader of these sonnets / Michael Drayton -- England's heroical epistles. Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, to the Lady Geraldine / Michael Drayton -- Odes. To the Virginian voyage ; The crier ; To the Cambro-Britons and their harp, his ballad of Agincourt / Michael Drayton -- Eclogues. The ninth eclogue / Michael Drayton -- from Poly-Olbion. The thirteenth song / Michael Drayton -- from The battle of Agincourt. To my most dearly loved friend, Henry Reynolds, esquire of poets and poesy ; Nymphidia, the court of fairy ; The shepherd's sirena / Michael Drayton -- from The muse's Elysium. The description of Elysium / Michael Drayton -- The sixth nymphal. Silvius, Halcius, Melanthus / Michael Drayton -- from Epigrams and elegies. Of a gull ; In Ciprium ; In Haywodum ; In Dacum ; In Titum ; In Flaccum ; In Decium / Sir John Davies -- To his good friend, Sir Anthony Cooke ; Gulling sonnets / Sir John Davis -- from Orchestra. Orchestra, or a poem of dancing / Sir John Davies -- from Hymns of Astræa. Of Astræa ; To the spring ; To the rose / Sir John Davies -- from Nosce teipsum. Of human knowledge ; That the soul is immortal, and cannot die ; An acclamation / Sir John Davies -- from Virgidemiarum. Satire I ; Satire VI ; Satire VI (book II) / Joseph Hall -- from The scourge of villainy. To detraction I present my poesy ; Satire X : humors ; To everlasting oblivion / John Marston -- from The Dutch cortezan. O love, how strangely sweet / John Marston -- from The shadow of night. Hymnus in noctem / George Chapman -- from Ovid's Banquet of sense. A coronet for his mistress Philosophy / George Chapman -- from The mask of the middle temple and Lincoln's inn. Descend, fair sun. One alone ; Another alone ; Cho ; Now, sleep, bind fast / George Chapman -- from The whole works of Homer. Iliad. Book XVIII / George Chapman -- from Homer's odysseys. Odyssey. Book XII / George Chapman -- from Godfrey of Bulloigne. Book XVI / Edward Fairfax.
Tudor poetry. Songs from plays. from John Bale's King John -- from R. Wever's Lusty Juventus -- from William Stevenson's Gammer Gurton's needle -- from Tom Tyler and his wife -- from Misogonus. A song to the tune of Heart's ease -- from John Phillip's comedy of patient and meek Grissell -- from John Pickering's New interlude of vice, containing the history of Horestes -- from The trial of treasure -- from The marriage of wit and science. Idleness singeth -- from Common conditions -- from Fedele and Fortunio, or, The two Italian gentleman -- from John Lyly's Six court comedies -- A song in making of the arrows -- from Endymion. Song by fairies -- from George Peele's Arraignment of Paris -- from George Peele's Polyhymnia -- from George Peele's Hunting of Cupid -- Coridon and Melampus' song -- from George Peele's Old wive's tale -- from George Peele's Love of King David and fair Bethsabe -- from The lamentable tragedy of Locrine. Strumbo, Dorothy, Trumpart, cobbling shoes -- from The maid's metamorphosis -- from Wily beguiled -- from The Thracian wonder -- from Thomas Nashe's Summer's last will and testament -- from Thomas Dekker's Shoemaker's holiday, or, The gentle craft -- from Thomas Dekker's Pleasant comedy of patient Grissill -- from Thomas Dekker's London's tempe -- from Thomas Dekker and John Ford's Sun's darling -- from John Webster's White devil -- from John Webster's Duchess of Malfi -- from Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher's Knight of the burning pestle -- from Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher's The maid's tragedy, 1619 -- from The maid's tragedy, 1622 -- from John Fletcher's Faithful shepherdess -- from John Fletcher's Bloddy brother. The drinking song -- from Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher's Comedies and tragedies. from John Fletcher's Valentinian ; from John Fletcher's Beggars' bush ; from John Fletcher's nice valor ; from John Fletcher's Spanish curate ; from John Fletcher's Queen of Corinth -- from Mr. William Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies. from Shakespeare and Fletcher's King Henry VIII -- from Thomas Middleton's Chaste maid in Cheapside -- from Thomas Middleton's The widow -- from Thomas Middleton's More dissemblers besides women -- from Philip Massinger's Emperor of the East -- from Nathan Field's Amends for ladies -- from Barten Holiday's Technogamia, or, The marriage of the arts -- from Peter Hausted's Rival friends -- from John Ford's The broken heart -- from Jasper Fisher's Fuimus troes. A morisco -- from Thomas Goffe's Tragedy of Orestes -- from William Sampson's Vow breaker -- from John Jones's Adrasta -- from Thomas May's Tragedy of Cleopatra -- from Thomas May's Old couple -- from Thomas Nabbes's Hannibal and Scipio -- from James Shirley's Changes, or, Love in a maze -- from James Shirley's Triumph of peace -- from James Shirley's Triumph of beauty -- from James Shirley's Cupid and death -- from James Shirley's Contention of Ajax and Ulysses -- from Henry Shirley's Martyred soldier -- from Richard Brome's Northern lass -- from Richard Brome's Jovial crew, or, The merry beggars -- from Sir William Berkeley's Lost lady -- from Robert Chamberlain's Swaggering damsel -- from Robert Davenport's King John and Matilda.
Tudor poetry. Broadside ballads. The king's hunt is up / Gray of Reading -- A song between the Queen's majesty and England / William Birche -- A proper song, entitled : fain would I have a pretty thing to give unto my lady -- A new courtly sonnet, of the Lady Greensleeves -- A proper new song made by a student in Cambridge / Thomas Richardson -- As you came from the holy land of Walsingham -- The valorous acts performed at Gaunt by the brave bonny lass, Mary Ambree, who in revenge of her lover's death, did play her part most gallantly -- Lord Willoughby -- A sonnet upon the pitiful burning of the Globe Playhouse in London -- The shepherd's wooing Dulcina -- Truth's integrity, or, A curious northern ditty called, Love will find a way -- The milkmaid's life / Martin Parker -- The four wonders -- Sailors for my money ; When the King enjoys his own again / Martin Parker.
Tudor poetry. Lyrics from song-books. from William Byrd's Psalms, sonnets, and songs of sadness and piety. Lulla, my sweet little baby -- from William Byrd's Songs of sundry natures. A carol for Christmas Day -- from Thomas Morley's Canzonets. Arise, get up, my dear love -- from John Mundy's Songs and psalms. In midst of woods -- from John Dowland's Second book of songs or airs. Fine knacks for ladies ; Now cease, my wandering eyes -- from John Dowland's Third and last book of songs or airs. Weep you no more, sad fountains -- from Thomas Bateson's First set of English madrigals. Beauty is a lovely sweet ; Your shining eyes -- from Tobias Hume's Musical humors. The soldier's song ; Tobacco, tobacco ; Fain would I change that note -- from Michael East's Second set of madrigals. O metaphysical tobacco -- from John Cooper's Funeral tears, for the death of the Right Honorable the Earl of Devonshire. Oft thou hast -- from Tobias Hume's Poetical music. The hunting song -- from Robert Jones's Ultimum vale. Think'st thou, Kate? -- from Thomas Weelkes's Airs, or, Fantastic spirits. Though my carriage -- from John Wilbye's Second set of madrigals. Ye that do live in pleasures ; Draw on, sweet night -- from Robert Jones's Muses' garden for delights. The sea hath many thousands sands ; Once did my thoughts -- from Orlando Gibbon's First set of madrigals and motets. The silver swan ; Dainty fine bird ; Ah, dear heart -- from John Dowland's Pilgrim's solace. In this trembling shadow -- from Thomas Bateson's Second set of madrigals. I heard a noise -- from Martin Peerson's Private music. Can a maid that is well bred ; Our hasty life -- from John Attey's First book of airs. On a time -- from Christ Church ms. K 3. Yet if his majesty -- from John Playford's Select musical airs and dialogues. When, Celia, I intend -- from Henry Lawes's Airs and dialogues. Love above beauty / Henry Reynolds -- from Henry Lawes's Airs and dialogues. Was it a form? / Henry Reynolds -- from John Wilson's Cheerful airs or ballads. Greedy lover, pause awhile / Sir Albertus Morton.
Tudor poetry. from A book of airs ; from Two books of airs / Thomas Campion -- from Robert Jones's Second book of songs and airs. My love bound me / Thomas Campion -- from Richard Alison's An hour's recreation in music. What if a day / Thomas Campion -- from A book of airs. My sweetest Lesbia ; When to her lute Corinna sings ; Follow your saint ; Thou art not fair ; The man of life upright ; Hark, all you ladies ; When thou must home / Thomas Campion -- from Observations in the art of English poesy. Rose-cheeked Laura / Thomas Campion -- from Two books of airs. To music bent ; Never weather-beaten sail ; Jack and Joan ; Give beauty all her right / Thomas Campion -- from The late royal entertainment--at Cawsome House. Night as well as brightest day / Thomas Campion -- from The third and fourth book of airs. To the reader ; Maids are simple ; Now winter nights enlarge ; Thrice toss these oaken ashes ; Never love unless you can ; Respect my faith ; There is a garden ; Young and simple though I am ; Fain would I wed / Thomas Campion.
Tudor poetry. from Poems. Songs and sonnets. Love's deity ; Song ; Woman's constancy ; The indifferent ; The flea ; The message ; The bait ; The will ; The sun rising ; Break of day ; The computation ; Confined love ; The broken heart ; A lecture upon the shadow ; Love's alchemy ; The ecstasy ; The good-morrow ; Air and angels ; The prohibition ; The undertaking ; Lovers' infiniteness ; Love's growth ; The anniversary ; The canonization ; A valediction of weeping ; Song ; A valediction forbidding mourning ; The funeral ; The relic ; Twicknam garden ; A nocturnal upon Saint Lucy's Day, being the shortest day / John Donne -- Elegies. On his mistress ; The autumnal / John Donne -- Satires. Satire III / John Donne -- Epigrams. A lame beggar ; Antiquary ; Phryne / John Donne -- Letters. The calm : To Mr. Christopher Brooke ; To Sir Henry Wotton / John Donne -- The anniversaries. An anatomy of the world : the first anniversary ; Of the progress of the soul : the second anniversary / John Donne -- Divine poems ; Good Friday, 1613, riding westward ; A hymn to Christ, at the author's last going into Germany ; A hymn to God the Father ; Hymn to God, my God, in my sickness / John Donne.
Tudor poetry. Epigrams. To the reader ; To my book ; To my bookseller ; To my mere English censurer ; On something that walks somewhere ; To Doctor Empiric ; To William Camden ; To Francis Beaumont ; To John Donne ; On Lucy, Countess of Bedford ; To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Donne's satires ; Inviting a friend to supper ; On my first son ; An epitaph on S[alomon] P[avy], a child of Q[ueen] El[izabeth's] chapel ; Epitaph on Elizabeth, L.H. / Ben Jonson -- The forest. Why I write not of love ; To Penshurst ; Song, to Celia (1) ; Song, to Celia (2) / Ben Jonson -- A celebration of Charis in ten lyric pieces. His excuse for loving ; Her triumph ; Begging another (kiss), on color of mending the former / Ben Jonson -- An ode to himself ; A fit of rhyme against rhyme ; To the immortal memory and friendship of that noble pair, Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H. Morison ; An epistle answering to one that asked to be sealed of the Tribe of Ben / Ben Jonson -- To the memory of my beloved the author, Mr. William Shakespeare, and what he hath left us / Ben Jonson -- Ben Jonson's sociable rules for the Apollo / Ben Jonson -- from Cynthia's revels. Slow, slow, fresh fount ; Oh, that joy so soon should waste ; Queen and huntress / Ben Jonson -- from The poetaster. If I freely may discover ; Swell me a bowl / Ben Jonson -- from Volpone, or, The fox. Fools / Ben Jonson -- from Epicœne, or, The silent woman. Still to be neat / Ben Jonson -- from The second mask, which was of beauty. Had those that dwell in error foul / Ben Jonson -- from The description of the mask--at the Lord Viscount Hadington's marriage. Beauties, have ye seen / Ben Jonson -- from Oberon, the fairy prince. Buz, quoth the blue fly / Ben Jonson -- from The gypsies metamorphosed. The fairy beam upon you / Ben Jonson -- from Pan's anniversary. Thus, thus begin / Ben Jonson -- from The sad shepherd. Here she was wont to go ; Though I am young / Ben Johnson.
Tudor poetry. Epigrams. from Timothe Kendall's Flowers of epigrams. To Sabidius ; To Fidentinus ; To a married couple that could not agree ; Of Fuscus, a drunkard ; Of Alphus ; To the reader -- from Sir John Harington's Elegant and witty epigrams. Comparison of the sonnet and the epigram ; Against writers that carp at other men's books ; Of Faustus, a stealer of verses ; Of treason ; To Sextus, an ill reader -- Of clergymen and their livings ; To Mr. John Davies / Sir John Harington -- from Everard Guilpin's Skialetheia. Of Titus ; Of Cornelius ; Satyra quinta -- from Thomas Bastard's Chrestoleros. Ad lectorem ; De piscatione -- from John Weever's Epigrams in the oldest cut and newest fashion. In nigellum ; De se ; Translat. ex martial ; In rudionem ; In tumulum Abrahami simple ; Ad Io. Marston & Ben. Ionson ; Ad Guielmum Shakespeare -- from Samuel Rowland's Letting of humor's blood -- from Samuel Rowlands's Humor's looking-glass -- from Chetham Ms. 8012. An epitaph on a bellows-maker ; Of a cozener ; An epitaph on a man for doing nothing / John Hoskins -- from Reliquiœ Wottonianœ. John Hoskins to his little child Benjamin, from the tower / John Hoskins -- In Chus -- In Norgum -- from Henry Parrot's Mouse-trap -- from Henry Parrot's Epigrams. Ortus novus urbe Britannus ; Impar impares odit -- from Henry Parrot's Laquei ridiculosi. Suum cuique pulchrum -- from Henry Parrot's Mastive. Nuptiæ post nummos ; Ebrius dissimulons -- from John Heath's Two centuries of epigrams. Ad modernos epigrammatistas ; Ad zolium ; In porcum ; Ad Tho. Bastardum epigrammatistam ; In Beatricem præpropere defunctam ; Ad collegium Wintoniensem -- from Thomas Freeman's Rub and a great cast. Me quoque vatem ; To the stationer ; In epitaphium pingui minerva compositum ; Aliud ; In Phædran ; Of Spenser's Fairy Queen.
Tudor prose. Utopia. Book I : slightly abridged ; Book II : selections / Sir Thomas More -- The chronicles of Froissart. Berners' preface ; vol. 1, chap. 146 / John Bourchier, Lord Berners -- A supplication for the beggars : complete / Simon Fish -- The governour, Book i : abridged / Sir Thomas Elyot -- The union of the--families of Lancaster and York : selections from reign of Henry VIII / Edward Halle -- The fyrste sermon before Edward VI : abridged / Hugh Latimer -- Toxophilus : dedication and preface / Roger Ascham -- The schoolmaster. Book I : complete ; Book II : the section on Imitatio / Roger Ascham -- The castle of knowledge : selections / Robert Recorde -- The life of Cardinal Wolsey : selections / George Cavendish -- Letter to Thomas Hoby : complete / Sir John Cheke -- The courtier. Book I : abridged ; Book IV : last part, complete / Sir Thomas Hoby -- Acts and monuments : selections / John Foxe -- The dial of princes. Chap[ter] 22 : from Guevara / Sir Thomas North -- Plutarch's Lives. The life of Caesar : abridged / Sir Thomas North -- Euphues : the anatomy of wit : complete to 'A cooling card for Philautus' / John Lyly -- The school of abuse : abridged / Stephen Gosson -- The defence of poesy : complete / Sir Philip Sidney -- Arcadia. Book I, Chaps. 1-3 ; [Book] II, [Chapters] 7-8 ; [Book] III, [Chapter] 6 / Sir Philip Sidney -- Rosalynde : Euphues' golden legacy : slightly abridged / Thomas Lodge -- George Best's True discourse : selection ; Hakluyt's Principal navigations : dedication and selections / Richard Hakluyt and the voyagers -- A notable discovery of Cozenage : abridged ; The third part of conny-catching : selection ; Groats-worth of wit : selection / Robert Greene -- Preface to Menaphon : complete ; The unfortunate traveler : abridged ; The praise of red herring : selection / Thomas Nashe -- Thomas of Reading : slightly abridged / Thomas Deloney -- Of the interchangeable course, or Variety of things. Book XII / Robert Ashley -- Of honour. chap. 7 / Robert Ashley -- Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity. Book I, chaps. 1-9 / Richard Hooker -- The Bible. The translators' preface to the King James Version : abridged ; The sermon on the mount : Matthew, 5 : the King James Version compared with five sixteenth-century versions -- The wonderful year : abridged / Thomas Dekker -- A survey of London : selections / John Stow -- The essays of Montaigne : Vol. I, Chaps. 19 and 25 : abridged / John Florio -- Of human passions : preface to trans. of Nicholas Coeffeteau / Edward Grimeston -- The history of the world : selections, abridged, from the preface, and i. 9. 2, iii. 12. 7, v. 1. 9, v. 3. 15, and v. 6. 12 ; Letter to his wife / Sir Walter Ralegh -- Essays : selections from early and later eds. ; The proficience and advancement of learning. Book I : slightly abridged / Sir Francis Bacon -- Paradoxes. I : complete / John Donne -- A sermon--to the company of the Virginian plantation : abridged ; Devotions : selections / John Donne.
Subject English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603 -- Sources.
England -- Civilization -- 16th century -- Sources.
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