11 edition of Young Philip Sidney, 1572-1577 found in the catalog.
by Published for the Elizabethan Club [by] Yale University Press in New Haven
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] James M. Osborn.|
|Series||The Elizabethan Club series,, 5|
|LC Classifications||DA358.S5 O8 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 565 p.|
|Number of Pages||565|
|LC Control Number||77151584|
Book review: The Tempest’ and Late RomancesHatchuelSarahVienne-GuerrinNathalie (eds), ‘The Tempest’ and Late Romances (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ), xx+ pp., ISBN. This book gives the reader a new perspective on the significance of Sir Philip Sidney to the English Renaissance by focusing on his conflicted exemplarity as it is fashioned by his contemporaries and poetic successors. Young Philip Sidney, by Author: David Purdy.
A Sidney Chronology: offers a comprehensive chronological survey of the literary, political and personal history of the Sidney family of Penshurst Place, Kent. As royal servants, courtiers, diplomats, soldiers, writers and patrons of numerous other authors, the Sidneys occupied a central position in the development of early-Modern. Gregory Martin's “Holy Latinate Jerusalem” Osborn, James M. Young Philip Sidney, – "The book is outstanding because it presents a new and perceptive approach to the whole.
On Sidney in Paris, see James M. Osborn,Toung Philip Sidney, –(New Haven and London, ), pp. 67– Google ScholarCited by: 2. Review of James M. Osborn, Young Philip Sidney, –; Forrest G. Robinson, The Shape of Things Known: Sidney’s ‘Apology’ in its Philosophical Tradition, Yearbook of English Studies, 5: –7. R Review of M. M. Badawi, Coleridge: Critic of Shakespeare, Yearbook of English Studies, 5: –4. R26 “Sir Philip Sidney in neuem.
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His works include. Young Philip Sidney, (The Elizabethan Club series) [James Marshall Osborn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hardcover; Near Fine; Signed by Author; Dust Jacket - Good; Yale University Press Published for the Elizabethan Club; club Series 5.
First Edition. Yale University Press, for the Elizabethan Club, Hardcover. Very good plus condition with text clean and binding sound but lacks a dust jacket.
Young Philip Sidney, James B. Osborn/New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, Pp. xxiv + In Dr. Osborn acquired at Sotheby's sixty-five letters 1572-1577 book Sidney from foreign correspondents which came from the collection of Sir Thomas Phillips.
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Published for the Elizabethan Club [by] Yale University Press, No additional printings listed. Hardcover. fine/very good. NOT an ex library book. Clean interior pages. Young Philip Sidney, by James M Osborn (Book) 11 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held 1572-1577 book WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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Steuart Adolphus Pears (editor). Sir Philip Sidney was born on Novemat Penshurst, Kent. He was the eldest son of Sir Henry Sidney, Lord Deputy of Ireland, and nephew of Robert Dudley, Earl of was named after his godfather, King Philip II of Spain. After private tutelage, Philip Sidney entered Shrewsbury School at the age of ten inon the same day as Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke, who became his.
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By Renée Kogel. THE WORKS OF SIR ROGER WILLIAMS. Edited by John X. Evans. And the following year, in Marchhe attended the Frankfurt book fair, the celebrated biannual event where map-makers as well as book dealers gathered from across Europe.3 When Sidney wrote to Denny almost a decade later, there Young Philip Sidney, –(New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, ), pp.
– Young Philip Sidney ; (The Elizabethan Club Series 5) Osborn, James M. Published by Yale University Press, for the Elizabethan Club (). See letters reprinted by James M. Osborn in Young Philip Sidney – (New Haven, ), and –5. 9 Duncan-Jones, Courtier-Poet, It is easy to imagine Sidney, at some point during this trip, laying aside his more serious endeavours in Italian history and politics to pore over Cinthio's violent and erotic by: 5.
Vol 9 No 2 () Published: Front Matter Front Matter Author not applicable Young Philip Sidney: James M. Osborn (book author), Joaquin C. Kuhn (review author) Edward M. Wilson (book author), Duncan Moir (book author), J.
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19 19 The instructions of Sidney's embassy (BL, Harley MS. 36, fols. –98) are printed in Appendix 3 of Osborn, James M., Young Philip Sidney, – (New Haven, ), pp. – Osborn gives an extended account of Sidney's travels in this : Bradley J. Irish.Based on seventy-six newly recovered letters to Sidney, James M.
O s bornâ s Young Philip Sidney, () supersedes all former studies of Sidneyâ s journey to France, his presence at the St. Bartholomewâ s Day Massacre, his travels in Germany and Austria, his friendship with Languet, his education in Italy, his return to England.See also James M.
Osborn, Young Philip Sidney, – (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, ), – Sidney had apparently incurred the queen’s distrust, in part over his support of a forward Protestant agenda in Europe and (perhaps) a letter he wrote opposing her proposed marriage with the Duc d’Alençon.
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