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The Speeches and Self-Fashioning of King James VI and I 139 The

Introduction. Until recently, King James VI of Scotland and I of England suffered from an excessively ... 3 Kevin Sharpe, “Reading James Writing: The Subjects of Royal Writings in Jacobean Britain,” in Royal. Subjects: ...... 106 Jonathan Goldberg, James I and the Politics of Literature: Jonson, Shakespeare, Donne, and Their.

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Hamlet and Emotions: Then and Now

Apr 10, 2017 ... with a range of genres and writers within and beyond the canon. She is the author of two books – Authorship and Authority: The. Writings of James VI and I ( Manchester. University Press, 2007) and Writing the. Monarch in Jacobean England: Jonson,. Donne, Shakespeare and the Works of King. James ...

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A Brief History of the Audience

Elizabethan times. Unfortunately, there are many gaps in this information and much room for conjecture. We know a man named William Shakespeare was .... done so because these works chronicled the lives of. English Kings. These plays tended toward tragedy. (Richard II or Richard III, for instance) or comedy (the.

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chapter one background of the elizabthan and jacobean drama

Under James I, the “Golden Age” of Elizabethan literature continued, with writers such as William Shakespeare, John Donne, Ben Jonson, Marlowe, Dekker,. Thomas Chapman and Francis Bacon by contributing to a flourishing literary culture. 1.6.4. Masque. Masque was very popular during the Jacobean era. It was a royal ...

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The Audience of the Jacobean Masque, with a Reference to The

and monarchy. The Stuart masque was a popular form of courtly entertainment which involved carefully choreographed dances, extravagant cos- tumes and stunning ... King James's reign the masque evolved into a theatrical presentation which ... been written on the role of Queen Anne in the production of masques and.

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Front Matter

The right of Helen Wilcox to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in ... 1 Jonson's Oberon and friends: masque and music in 1611. 24 .... from his ship, Discovery, and left to die. July 25: The eighth anniversary of the coronation of King James as King of England. July, August and September: John Frewen ...

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John Donne and the Conway Papers A Biographical and

how the archive came to contain poetry and drama by Donne, Ben Jonson, Thomas. Middleton and others ..... manuscripts, asking what happened to this writer's works in the first decades after they were written; how ... Conway, principal Secretary of State to two consecutive English monarchs, and his son,. Edward Conway ...

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The Cultural Uses of Rome in Early Modern English Literature

examples of the ways in which writers in early modern England capitalised upon the perceived resonances ... classical literary sources, including works by such Roman authors as Cicero, Seneca,. Virgil, Ovid, Sallust ..... 24 Jonathan Goldberg, James I and the Politics of Literature: Jonson, Shakespeare, Donne, and their.

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Lesson: John Donne: Selected Poems Lesson Developer: Tanveen

King James I on the throne of England, a shift could be seen in Donne‟s writing. Elegies about heterosexual love, unabashedly sexual and erotic were replaced with holy sonnets advocating divine love and spiritual coding. For in the Jacobean court, religious verses were the order of the day, as the king himself had had an ...

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English Literature

Elizabethan Era. Jacobean Literature. Caroline and Cromwellian Literature. Restoration Literature. Augustan Literature. 18th Century. European Literature in the ... The first works in English, written in Old English, appeared in the early Middle Ages ..... Tudor monarchs, culminating in Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

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Francis Bacon and Jacobean Legitimation José María Rodríguez

legitimation. 1. Charting Legitimation. Throughout his writing career Francis Bacon struggled to devise a feasible ... monarchy, represented by James I) that idiosyncratic program as an objective answer to the demands of necessity.2 Only .... Philosophy 79; Works 7.110; English trans. emended)7. The legitimation of the new ...

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2BACHL 2013

Non-Fiction Prose – travel writings, diaries and essays________________________________________________ 33. 1. ... His work as a scholar – Dictionary, edition of Shakespeare, Lives of Poets ... Johnson as conversationalist – James Boswell_______________________________________________________ 77.

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Course Descriptions English Department Spring 2015

The purpose of English 100 is to strengthen students' writing skills so they will have a better chance of succeeding at ..... from the cosmogonic creation epic in Genesis to the prose epics of warriors and kings in Samuel, ... This course will explore some of the most important dramatic works of William Shakespeare, arguably ...

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From Hillary Clinton to Lady Macbeth: Or, Historicizing Gender, Law

Jan 31, 2008 ... in Shakespeare's play Macbeth and, later, in the responses of King. James I to claims of demonic ... would not have been written; to the members of the NYU Legal History Colloquium and the NYU Law and ..... In Jacobean England, the cultural constructions of the female body were changing for a variety of ...

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DAVID SCOTT KASTAN

Yale University, Department of English, 308 Linsly-Chittenden Hall, New Haven, CT 06520 ... Books. On Color (with Stephen Farthing) (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, forthcoming, 2017). A Will to Believe: Shakespeare and Religion, revised paperback (OUP, 2016) ... Remembering Shakespeare (with Kathryn James).

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Final Thesis

Political Readings of Chapman's Work. .... my work. Thanks also to the English Literature department of Glasgow University, especially to Pat and Anna in the departmental office for always being organised when I am not, ..... 6 Jonathan Goldberg, James I and the Politics of Literature: Jonson, Shakespeare, Donne, and their.

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Coversheet for Thesis in Sussex Research Online

'All forbidden books they get,. And of the powder-plot, they will talk yet: At naming the French king their heads they shake,. And at the Pope and Spain slight faces make'. Ben Jonson, Epigram XCII. This thesis began life as a question. Did the Gunpowder Plot have an impact on the work of Shakespeare? Intrigued, and ...

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Francis Bacon and Jacobean Legitimation José María Rodríguez

legitimation. 1. Charting Legitimation. Throughout his writing career Francis Bacon struggled to devise a feasible ... monarchy, represented by James I) that idiosyncratic program as an objective answer to the demands of necessity.2 Only .... Philosophy 79; Works 7.110; English trans. emended)7. The legitimation of the new ...

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Pre-1770 Drama Elizabethan and Jacobean

Shakespeare's Studies (1971); The English Review for an extract from Tiffany Stern's article, 'Hamlet and performance in early ... and Performance (Macmillan, 1987); James C. Bulman for extracts from The Merchant of Venice: Shakespeare in ... and James I; Renaissance and modern writing about the age; exploring how .

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English literature

The first works in English, written in Old English, appeared in the early Middle Ages (the oldest surviving text is ... I and King James I constitute what is today labelled as Early modern (or Renaissance). ... After Shakespeare's death, the poet and dramatist Ben Jonson was the leading literary figure of the Jacobean era (The.

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