4 edition of John Bale; a study in the minor literature of the Reformation found in the catalog.
John Bale; a study in the minor literature of the Reformation
Harris, Jesse W.
|Statement||by Jesse W. Harris|
|Series||[Illinois. University] Illinois studies in language and literature,., Vol. XXV, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||P25 .I3 vol. 25, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||40028497|
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World. The study is an intellectual and comparative history of French, Spanish, and English missions to the native peoples of America in the seventeenth century, c. – Focusing on the life and work of the evangelical reformer John Bale (–), Wort presents a study of conversion in. Bale, John: A Study in the Minor Literature of the Reformat Ballad - Op ; A Study -of - Rhythm with Special Reference to - Mu ; see American Ballad, English Ballads, Danish Ballads, and German Folk-Songs. ballast-h Balzac, Guez de Une Reminiscence latine de Jean-Louis - 59, Balzae, H. de.
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a study in the minor literature of. Bale was born to Henry and Margaret Bale at Cove, County Suffolk, near Dunwich, England. At age twelve, he began study with the Carmelite friars at Norwich, whose monastery had a good library. John Bale, a study in the minor literature of the Reformation, (Library of English Renaissance literature) Harris, Jesse W Published by Books for Libraries Press ().
Jessie W. Harris, John Bale: a Study in the Minor Literature of the Reformation (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ), chs 5–6; Google Scholar A. Dickens, The English Reformation (London: Fontana,rev. edn), chs 9–10; Google ScholarCited by: 3. Abstract. In John Bale’s King Johan (c.
–63) we observe, according to Ivo Kamps, ‘the slow and extraordinary birth of historiography in literature’.
1 This evaluation is generous, but not untypical of the critical attention the play has commanded. It is even more suggestive for this study, that Bale’s resort to historical material is compelled by his interest in the threat of Cited by: 1.
Cited in Jesse W. Harris, John Bale: A Study in the Minor Literature of the Reformation (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ), pp. (12) John L. King, English Reformation Literature: The Tudor Origins of the Protestant Religion (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), p. Jesse W.
Harris, John Bale, a Study in the Minor Literature of the Reformation (Urbana: Illinois University Press, ). This is Vol Issue 4 of Illinois studies in language and literature. John N. King, ‘Bale, John (–),’ Oxford Dictionary of. page 39 note 8 The most recent works on John Bale are: J.
Harris, John Bale: a Study in the Minor Literature of the Reformation, Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, xxv. 4, Illinois ; H. McKusker, John Bale, Dramatist and Antiquary, Bryn Mawr ; Davies, W.
: James Crompton. Former editor of Reformation and former co-editor of Literature and History. Editor of The Vocation of John Bale; Anne Askew's Examinations; Foxe’s Book of Martyrs: Select Narratives; Voices of the English Reformation: A Source Book; and Tudor Books and Readers: Materiality and the.
Oliver Wort, John Bale and Religious Conversion in Reformation England () addresses different aspects of John Bale’s rejection of his life as a Carmelite friar and his embrace of “a reformed faith.” Crucial to its approach are the notion of conversion as a drawn out process rather than a specific moment, and questions of the Cited by: 1.
Fairchild mentions Bale’s sense of the unity of Scripture and connects it to his “former mind-set as a Carmelite hagiographer” (p. 83). See also Harris, Jesse W., John Bale: A Study of the Minor Literature of the Reformation (Freeport, NY, ), and Davies, W.
by: The Earl of Oxford’s Men, alternatively Oxford’s Players, were acting companies in late Medieval and Renaissance England patronised by the Earls of name was also sometimes used to refer to tumblers, musicians, and animal acts that were under the patronage of the Earls or hired by them.
A comedy concerning three laws of nature, Moses and Christ / compiled by John Bale, Bishop of Ossory Bale, John [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 12 libraries. Buy a Kindle Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Kindle Singles Newsstand Manage your Kindle content and devices Advanced Search Jesse W.
Harris +. Harris, Jesse W. John Bale: A Study in the Minor Literature of the Reformation. Urbana, Hudson, Anne. "Visio Baleii: An Early Literary Historian." In The Long Fifteenth Century: Essays for Douglas Gray, ed.
Helen Cooper and Sally Mapston, Oxford, Jones, Norman L. "Matthew Parker, John Bale, and the Magdeburg Centuriators.". The profile photograph was taken at Villa Serbelloni, where John N. King completed the writing of Foxe’s Book of Martyrs and Early Modern Print Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ) during a residency at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, which overlooks Lake Como in Italy.
Yoshikawa, Naoë Kukita, The Book of Margery Kempe: A Study of the Meditations in the Context of Late Medieval Devotional Literature, Liturgy, and Iconography, Ph.D. Thesis, (University of Exeter, ). The first was an analysis of the editorial policies behind the printing of Protestant prison literature up to and including the second () edition of John Foxe’s ‘Book of Martyrs’.
The compilation of the massive anthology, which collected prison writings alongside many other documentary witnesses to martyrdom, was undoubtedly a product.
The Book of Thorpe, or of John Oldcastle (probably written by the reformer William Tyndale), was pub- Oldcastle than Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Ox-ford. John Bale, whom Oxford as a boy probably Jesse W.
John Bale; a study in the minor literature of the. views of John Bale or John Foxe, even though, as I have recently shown (in Antichrist in the Middle Ages: A Study of Medieval Apocalypticism, Art, and Literature [Seattle: University of Washington Press, ]), Foxe's apocalyptic play, Christus Triumphans, is one of the best examples of .Full text of "Select works of John Bale, D.D.: Bishop of Ossory.
containing the examinations of Lord Cobham, William Thorpe, and Anne Askew, and the Image of both churches" See other formats. In King John, Shakespeare favours the Mediaeval portrait of John as an illegitimate monarch and a cruel despot that was encouraged by Polydore Vergil and Holinshed over the Reformation hero-martyr celebrated by John Foxe, John Bale and the Elizabethan Homilies.
Shakespeare's John also signally uses the titles of ‘supreme head’ () and Author: Russell M. Hillier.