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Hycke-scorner A morality.

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Published by Printed at the Clarendon-press, for S. Leacroft, London, etc., etc. in [Oxford .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800
ContributionsWorde, Wynkyn de, d. 1534?
The Physical Object
Pagination[69]-111 p.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16844400M

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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. v. 1. Preface. -- Candlemas-day. -- Every-man. -- Hycke-scorner. -- Lusty Juventus [by Richard Wever] -- Gammer Gurton's needle. -- A lamentable tragedy conteyning the life of Cambises king of Percia, by Thomas Preston Pages: Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Gilt tops v.1 Preface. Candlemas-day. Every-man. Hycke-scorner. Lusty Juventus / [R. Wever]. Gammer Gurton's needle. Specimens Pre Shakespearean Drama. You Searched For: (Oxfordshire Play, Lutterworth Christmas Play), The Revesby Sword Play, Mankind, Mundus et Infans, Hycke-scorner, Wytt and Science, Nice Wanton, The Foure PP, Kyne Johan. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set.   Around , Wynkyn de Worde published Hycke Scorner, and, around fifteen years later, he invested in two other titles, Temperance and Humility and The Interlude of Youth. (1) At about the same time, John Rastell also put some money behind .

Hycke scorner. [At the end:] Thus endeth the enterlude of Hycke scorner. Imprinted at London in foster laene by John Waley. 4 deg., Black letter_. HICKSCORNER. This piece is printed from a black letter copy in Mr Garrick's collection,[] of which the following is a very accurate analysis. The popular sports and pastimes, prevalent at the close of the Saxon era, do not appear to have been subjected to any material change by the coming of the Normans: it is true, indeed, that the elder William and his immediate successors restricted the privileges of the chase, and imposed great penalties on those who presumed to destroy the game. THE PRESENTATION OF SIN AS VERBAL ACTION IN THE MORAL INTERLUDES In a remarkable essay, "How to Do Things with Austin and Searle: Speech Act Theory and Literary Criticism", Stanley E. Fish illustrates on the one hand how one can provide a successful speech act reading of Shakespeare's play, Coriolanus, and on the other hand what speech act theory cannot accomplish when used äs an . twenty'; Hycke Scorner: 'Nay that is the least thought that they have of'fyftene'; Medwall, Fulgens and Lucres, I, 'the last care of XV.' etc. Each of the men would be picked out of 25 as a gallant. P. , 1. 1. Is this 'Tinker of Banburie' a Puritan at his prayers? A note would have been welcome on a few more uncommon uses of words.

Hycke Scorner Rastell's Nature of the Four Elements; The Play of the Weather; Bale's plays on the Baptism and Temptation. Some Bibliographical Notes on Massinger (A. K. McIlwraith), pp. Keep tihe Widow Waking (G. B. Harrison), pp. Pamphlets and ballad of i Caxtoniana (W. J. Blyth Crotch), pp. Documents of and Everyman is the most durable of medieval morality plays, in which the central character, summoned by death, must face final judgment on the strength of his good deeds. The work is reprinted here along with 3 other medieval classics: The Second Shepherd's Play, Noah's Flood, and Hickscorner. When printing these early interludes, stationers primarily followed the conventions employed in the production of manuscript collections (the layout of the mystery plays in the N-Town Manuscript, for example, closely resembles that of the Hycke Scorner).. Beyond speech, however, printed drama can also contain a variety of components that interpret the theatrical circumstances of the work. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. John Matthews Manly. Specimens of the Pre-Shakespearean Drama with an Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary. Volume I. Ginn & Company Hardcover in very good condition in green publisher s cloth with faded area at bottom of spine, xxxvii+ pages. In the Atheneum Series. Seller Inventory # ABE