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virtuous Octavia, 1598

Samuel Brandon

virtuous Octavia, 1598

by Samuel Brandon

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Published by Malone Society in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprint of 1909 ed.

Statement[edited by Ronald B. McKerrow].
SeriesThe Malone Society reprints
ContributionsMcKerrow, Ronald B. 1872-1940., Malone Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13700907M

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Genre/Form: Drama: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brandon, Samuel, active Virtuous Octavia, London, Printed for the Malone society by H. Hart. Excerpt from The Virtuous Octavia, Bearing the yoake of endlefie miferie Faire baites of time which dooth vs all deuourq Now raifde aloft in honors higheft feate, Yet in that height farre {hort of fweete content, Now, throwne downe headlong, be we nere fo great, Author: Ronald Brunlees McKerrow, Samuel Brandon.

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‎In his study of the influence of French Senecanism on the drama of the Pembroke circle, A. Witherspoon effectively dismisses Samuel Brandon's closet drama, The Virtuous Octavia. Calling it "a servile imitation of [Samuel Daniel's] Cleopatra" (1) Witherspoon suggests that Brandon chose to dra.

The Virtuous Octavia. Nothing is known of Brandon, except that he was the author of The Tragi-comœdi of the Virtuoushis one play, is described by John Joseph Knight in the first edition of The Dictionary of National Biography as "a work of some merit and of considerable value and rarity." There are no contemporary records of the play, except for its entry in the register of the.

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Events. Before September – A second edition of Love's Labour's Lost appears in London as the first known printing of a Shakespeare play to have his name on the title page ("Newly corrected and augmented by W. Shakespere").; February 23 – Thomas Bodley refounds the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford.; March 28 – Philip Henslowe contracts Edward Alleyn and Thomas Heywood to.

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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. BRANDON, SAMUEL (16th cent.), is the author of 'The Tragi-comœdi of the Virtuous Octavia,'12mo. Concerning his life no particulars whatever are preserved. His solitary play is a work of some merit and of considerable value and rarity.

closet drama, The Virtuous Octavia. Calling it "a servile imitation of [Samuel Daniel's] Cleopatra"1 Witherspoon suggests that Brandon chose to dramatize the plight of Octavia because all the good dramatic subjects— namely Antony and Cleopatra—had already been taken by other playwrights.

The virtuous Octavia, Brandon, Samuel, fl. [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 90,) A newe interlude of Impacyente pouerte / from the quarto of edited by R.B.

McKerrow McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees, The book's remaining chapters examine more closely the gendered effects of humanist literacy practices on the English stage. Beginning with an analysis of Shakespeare's use of reading in Ham]et and concluding with a discussion of Grace Mildmay's autobiography, Sanders illuminates the competing and often oppositional models of the gendered reader, both male and female.

S. BRANDON, SAMUEL (16th cent.), is the author of 'The Tragi-comœdi of the Virtuous Octavia,'ning his life no particulars whatever are preserved. His solitary play is a work of some merit and of considerable value and rarity. – London: 1st performance of Henry VI, Part 1: After " William Herbert moves to London: Spring, " First mention of the Sonnets in Palladis Tamia by Meres (when William Herbert was 17 or 18 years old).

William Herbert moves to London: London "Shakespeare's" Sonnets & published in The Passionate Pilgrim. Samuel. Vols. 8, 17, 24, 32, 33, 34, 37, 40, 44,are quarto size. Book of Common Prayer Cited in the 1st edition (), unless otherwise noted; 2nd edn, ; 3rd edn, Booth Shakespeare’s Sonnets, ed.

Stephen Booth, (rev. edn,here cited) Booth, Essay Stephen Booth, Essay on Shakespeare’s Sonnets. The Book of Sir Thomas More. From the MS. (Harl), Malone Society Publications, 28 () Collections, Vol. I, and V, Malone Society Publications, 29 (), containing: Notes on the Society’s Publications Crawford, C.

ed., ‘Bodenham’s Belvedere, Quotations from The Virtuous Octavia and A Knack to Know an Honest Man’ Greg, W.W. Samuel Brandon (fl. The Tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octavia () was edited by Ronald B.

McKerrow for the Malone Society (). There is also a Tudor Facsimile Text, The Virtuous Octavia (19 12; rpt. Elizabeth Cary, Lady Falkland () i.

The Tragedy of Mariam (). Editions of Mariam have been prepared by. B. Samuel Brandon Cp. ). The Tragicomoedi ofthe vertuous Octavia () was edlted by Ronald B.

McKerrow for the Malone Society (). There is also a Tudor Facsimile Text, The Virtuous.Preface. An editor of Shakespeare’s Sonnets incurs perhaps even larger debts than an editor of one of Shakespeare’s plays, except possibly all more recent scholars, I am most substantially indebted to the New Variorum Sonnets (2 vols., ) edited by the late Professor Hyder Edward Rollins, who, with the kind rigour for which he was so affectionately known, guided, by precept.

In a small group started to read Shakespeare's sonnets. It took us 18 months, and we didn't stop there. Such was the interest that I took up leading a class looking at the longer poems and then the plays.

We are now on our 31st play and should finish reading the canon sometime in ! These posts are the result of my own reading and group discussions - any errors, though, are entirely .