2 edition of Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay. found in the catalog.
Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay.
|Series||Burt Franklin research & source works series, 150|
|Contributions||Pius II, Pope, 1405-1464., Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516.|
|LC Classifications||PA8547.M43 L5 1967, PR2209.B3 L5 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||72184158|
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Reprint, with reproduction of original title page: Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay, priest. Whereof the first three conteyne the miseryes of courtiers and courtes of all princes in generall, gathered out of a booke named in Latin, Miseriae cvrialivm, compiled by Eneas Siluius, poet and oratour.
OCLC Number: Notes: Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay. book, with reproduction of t.p. of original ed.: Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay, priest. Whereof the first three conteyne the miseryes of courtiers and courtes of all princes in generall, gathered out of a booke named in Latin, Miseriae cvrialivm, compiled by Eneas Siluius, poet and oratour.
Alexander Barclay, poet who won contemporary fame chiefly for his adaptation of a popular German satire, Das Narrenschiff, by Sebastian Brant, which he called The Shyp of Folys of the Worlde (first printed ). Barclay, possibly of Scottish birth, was by a chaplain at the College of St.
Mary. Biography. Barclay was born in about His place of birth is matter of dispute, but William Bulleyn, who was a native of Ely, and probably knew him when he was in the monastery there, asserts that he was born "beyonde the cold river of Twede" (River Tweed, i.e. in Scotland).His early life was spent at Croydon, but it is not certain whether he was educated at Oxford or : 10 June (aged c.
75), Croydon, Surrey. In the old spelling by Alexander Barclay and others, Ecloges are pastoral poems rich in moral fibre. Perhaps the best explanation of an Ecloge is that provided by Alexander Barclay Priest in his prologue to the "Certayne Ecloges* of Alexander Barclay, priest, gathered out of a Booke named in Latin, Miseriae Cvrialivm, and compiled by Aneas.
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Barclay, Alexander (transl.). The Mirrour of Good Maners Conteining the Foure Cardinal Vertues and Certayne Egloges of Alexander Barclay (Burt Franklin Research & Source Works Series #).
New York: Burt Franklin, / ALEXANDER BARCLAY: [from Certayne Egloges 5] GEORGE BUCHANAN: Calendae Maiae ANONYMOUS: [from Vox populi vox Dei] ANONYMOUS: [from Jack of the North] ANONYMOUS: The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield BARNABE GOOGE: Goyng towardes Spayne SIÔON PHYLIP: [from Yr Wylan] SIR PHILIP SIDNEY: [from The Countesse of Brand: Penguin Publishing Group.
About The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse The era between the accession of Henry VIII and the crisis of the English republic in formed one of the most fertile epochs in world literature.
This anthology offers a broad selection of its poetry, and includes a wide range of works by the great poets of the age—notably Sir Philip Sidney. Here begynneth the Egloges of Alexader Barclay prest wher of the fyrst thre conteyneth the myseryes of courters a.
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Colophon: Thus endeth the fifth and last Egloge of Alexander Barclay, of the Citizen and the man of. Transcriber's note: A few typographical errors in the introduction have been corrected.
They appear in the text like this, and the explanation will appear when the mouse pointer is moved over the marked the spirit of the edition, the text of the Ship of Fools itself has been retained exactly as it stands, even to the punctuation.
This is the second edition of this translation of Mancin's De quattour virtutibus; the first edition is from (?) (STC ), and: Aeneas Silvius PICCOLOMINI (= Pope Pius II), Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay Priest, whereof the first three conteyne the miseryes of courtiers and courtes of all princes in generall, gathered out of a Seller Rating: % positive.
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OMINI. (Pope Pius II). Certayne egloges of Alexander Barclay Priest, whereof the first three conteyne the. "Barclay, Alexander," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.
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Barclay's ‘Eclogues’ (or ‘Egloges,’ as they were first called in deference to a ridiculous etymology) were the first poetical efforts of the kind that appeared in English proper; in Scotland, as Sibbald points out, they had been preceded by Henryson's charming ‘Robene and Makyne’ (dated about by H.
Morley). ALEXANDER BARCLAY: [from Certayne Egloges 5] GEORGE BUCHANAN: Calendae Maiae ANONYMOUS: [from Vox populi vox Dei] ANONYMOUS: [from Jack of the North] ANONYMOUS: The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield BARNABE GOOGE: Goyng towardes Spayne SIÔON PHYLIP: [from Yr Wylan] SIR PHILIP SIDNEY: [from The Countesse of /5().