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The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus

The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus

discoursing the warres of the Britaines and Hunnes with their discomfiture, the Britaines victorie with accidents, and the death of Albanact, no lesse pleasant than profitable

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Published by Printed by Thomas Creede in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesLocrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus
Statementnewly set foorth, overseene and corrected by W.S
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830
ContributionsShakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Tilney, Charles, 1561-1586, Smith, Wentworth, fl. 1601-1623
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[78] p
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15143725M

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The Lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus: discoursing the warres of the Britaines, and Hunnes, with their discomfiture ; the Britaines victorie with their Accidents, and the death of Albanact ; no lesse pleasant then profitable. Get this from a library. The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus: discoursing the warres of the Britaines and Hunnes with their discomfiture, the Britaines victorie with accidents, and the death of Albanact, no lesse pleasant than profitable.

[William Shakespeare; Charles Tilney; Wentworth Smith;]. THE Lamentable Tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus, discoursing the warres of the Britaines, and Hunnes, with their discomfiture: The Britaines victorie with their Accidents, and the death of Albanact.

No lesse pleasant then profitable. Newly set foorth, ouerseene and corrected, By VV. LONDON Printed by Thomas Creede. The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus discoursing the warres of the Britaines, the eldest sonne of King Brutus book Hunnes, with their discomfiture: the Britaines victorie with their accidents, and the death of Albanact.

No lesse pleasant then profitable. Newly set foorth, ouerseene and corrected, by VV.S. London, Cited by: 5. Brutus was a legendary Trojan hero known as the founder and first king of Britain, ruling in the s BCE, long before Bridewell was established.

Most early modern literary texts depict Bridewell negatively. Indeed, Bridewell prison is often the dwelling place for the morally unsound. For instance, the ballad. Original title: The Lamentable Tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus, discoursing the warres of the Britaines, and Hunnes London, Printed by Pages: The Lamentable Tragedy of Locrine, the Eldest Son of King Brutus was entered into Stationers' Liber B by Thomas Creede on J as "The Lamentable Tragedy of Locrine, the eldest sonne of Kinge Brutus.

discoursinge the warres of the Brittans &c." Creede, a printer in London, printed the first quarto edition of Locrine sometime between November and March lamentable Tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of Kinge Brutus, discoursinge the warres of the Brittans &c vj* [Arber's Transcript, II.

tf ytf.] A quarto printed by Creede himself appeared with the date iS9S* The allusion 'ml. shows that it cannot have been published before the beginning of 3 8 Eliz. [Locrine] The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus, discoursing the warres of the Britaines, and Hunnes, with their discomfiture: the Britaines victorie with their accidents, and the death of Albanact.

No lesse pleasant then profitable. Newly set foorth, ouerseene and corrected, by VV.S. STC copy 1, 61 images. This book has been cited by the following publications. The true tragedie of Richard the third. Anon. The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus.

Anon. A pleasant conceited comedie, called, A knacke to know an honest man. Anon. Bridewell was so popular in the early modern era, it was employed anachronistically. In The Lamentable Tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus, a character says I think you were broght vp in the vniuersitie of bridewell, you haue your rhetorick so ready at your toongs end.

Locrine. The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus discoursing the warres of the Britaines, and Hunnes, with their discomfiture: The Britaines victorie with their Accidents and the death of Albanact.

No lesse pleasant then profitable. Newly set foorth, overseene and corrected. By W. puted authorship, called The Lamentable Tragedie of Locrine (ca. Locrine, of course, was Brutus' eldest son, and the play re-hearses the traditional story. Brutus himself is present in the play.

He reviews the history of his coming to England; and before he dies he divides the kingdom among his sons. The disharmony and. words and phrases from the past. • home • blog. Kyd, Thomas. The Spanish Tragedie. London, STC Locrine (The lamentable tragedie of Locrine, the eldest some of King Brutus discoursing the wanes of the Britaines, and Hunnes, with their discomfiture: the Britaines victorie with their accidents, and the death of Albanact).

London, STC Locrine. which has Brutus’ own eldest son say “they are beasts that seeke to vsurp our land, / And like to brutish beasts they shall be seru’d.” Even those who doubted the truth of the Brutus story could not be una-ware of its influence; but they might worry about some of its potential : Lisa Hopkins.

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He in great passion all this while did dwell. Preston, Thomas [], A lamentable tragedy mixed ful of pleasant mirth, conteyning the life of Cambises king of Percia, from the beginning of his kingdome vnto his death, his one good deed of execution, after that many wicked deeds and tirannous murders, committed by and through him, and last of all, his odious death by Gods Iustice appointed.The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Tragedy.

The Companion acquaints the student reader with the forms, contexts, and critical and theatrical lives of the ten plays considered to be Shakespeares tragedies. Shakespearean tragedy is a highly complex and demanding theatre genre, but the thirteen essays, written by leading scholars in Britain and North America, are .The youngest, a prince, holds a scepter; the middle-aged m a n, an emperor, is dressed for battle; and the eldest, a pope, has his hands clasped in prayer.

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