John Marston of the Middle Temple; an Elizabethan dramatist in his social setting [by] Philip J. Finkelpearl.


Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1969.

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Subjects Dramatists, English -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Biography.
Dramatists, English -- Early modern.
Dramatists, English -- Homes and haunts -- England -- London.
Dramatists, English -- Homes and haunts.
Dramaturges anglais -- 17e siècle -- Biographies.
England -- London.
Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603 -- Biography.
Great Britain.
Inns of Court.
Intellectual life.
London (England) -- Intellectual life -- 17th century.
Marston, John, 1575-1634.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634.
Middle Temple (London, England)
Middle Temple (Londres, Angleterre)
Description xii, 275 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Bound in purple cloth over boards; spine printed in silver; SPEC copy has purple illustrated dust-jacket; is review copy. DGW
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part One: The milieu of the Inns of Court -- The Inns of Court in the late sixteenth century -- Literary life at the Inns of Court in the latter half of the sixteenth century -- Revels at the Inns of Court -- The Middle Temple's "Prince d'amour" revels of 1597-1615) -- The political climate at the Inns of Court (1590-11615) -- "The noblest nourceries of humanity and liberty" -- Part Two: Playwright at the Inns of Court: John Marston -- John Marston's early writing -- Jack Drum's entertainment: speech and style at Highgate -- The Antonio plays: "what men must be" -- What you will or Don Kynsayder's descent from Parnassus -- The malcontent: virtuous Machiavellianism -- The Dutch curtezan: "rich sence" and "bad language" -- Parasitaster or The fawne: King James and the "Prince d'amour" -- Sophonisba: wonder and shame -- Conclusion: a "timely change."
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area Great Britain
England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)11888
(OCoLC)ocm00011888
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Finkelpearl, Philip J.
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