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A Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings

Jan Van Der Noot

A Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings

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Published by Scholars Facsimilies & Reprint .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Performing Arts/Dance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11394741M
    ISBN 100820111791
    ISBN 109780820111797
    OCLC/WorldCa233801362


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An argument both profitable and delectable, to all that sincerely love the word of God. Devised by S. John van-der Noodt. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings (Paperback or Softback) at the best online. Facsimile of the original edition, which has title: A theatre wherein be represented as wel the miseries & calamities that follow the voluptuous worldlings, as also the greate ioyes and pleasures which the faithfull do enjoy.

An argument both profitable and delectable, to all that sincerely loue the word of God. Spenser’s sonnets in A Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings () have not often received much critical comment, but they clearly played an important role in his career, as he turned to them again as an established writer, revising the blank verse translations in The Ruines of Rome, one of the collection of Complaints published in Cited by: 1.

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US$ Add to basket. A Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings. At present, readers have access here to full-text versions of the books in which Spenser’s work appeared between and A Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings, The Shepheardes Calender, the Spenser-Harvey Letters, and The First Part of The Faerie Queene (books I-III), as well as facsimiles of those books.

THEATRE FOR WORLDLINGS I09 the following table of important data relative to each of the three editions with which we are concerned. Het Theatre. On the basis of typographical studies by Mr. Ferguson, the book can confidently be assigned to the press of John Day.7 The place and date are determined by other bits of internal evidence.

His first work was published by John Day in Dutch and French editions in London as Het theatre oft toon-neel and Le theatre. The following year Edmund Spenser's English translation, A theatre wherein be represented as wel the miseries & calamities that follow the voluptuous worldlings, came out with Henry Bynneman.

It was a combined work in verse and prose, Born:Brecht. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

John Payne Collier: "The Visions of Bellay and Petrarch in this volume had been printed, with variations, more than twenty years before they appeared were unquestionably the very earliest extant work of Spenser, having been inserted by Vandernoodt in his Theatre, &c.

for Voluptuous Worldlings, which came out inwhen Spenser was not more than sixteen .