3 edition of A woman is a Weather-cocke found in the catalog.
A woman is a Weather-cocke
|Statement||Written by Nat: Field. [Line in Latin. Printer"s mark]|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|LC Classifications||PR1241 .W4 Series no. 1 F-8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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A Woman is a Weathercock is a comedy by the English actor and dramatist Nathan Field, first performed c/ by the Children of the Queen's Revels at the Whitefriars indoor playhouse in London. It was the first play written by Field, who was aged around 22 at the time and for nearly a decade previously had been the star player of the company of boy multdemsvote.com: Comedy.
Aug 09, · A woman is a Weather-cocke A New Comedy, As it was acted before the King in White-Hall. And diuers times Priuately at the White-Friers, By the Children of her Maiesties Reuels by Field, Nathan. Published by Printed for Iohn Budge in London.
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Get this from a library. A woman is a weather-cocke: a new comedy. [Nathan Field]. A Woman is Weather-cocke. A New Comedy, As it was acted before the King in WHITE-HALL.
And diuers times Priuately at the White-Friers, By the Children of her Maiesties Reuels. Written by NAT: FIELD. Si natura negat faciat Indagnatio versum. Printed at London, for Iohn Budge, and are to be sold at the great South doore of Paules, and at.
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A Woman is a Weather-cocke Field’s debt to Jonson; his romantic tendency and collaboration with Massinger Richard Brome’s life and training: his fifteen extant Plays. Mar 18, · (A Woman is a Weather-Cocke: Nathan Field) In Aubrey‘s “Remaines of Gentilisme and Judaisme,” we read that “The young man whose late sweetheart is married to some other person A woman is a Weather-cocke book often in frolique literally wear a Willow Garland, as I have seen in some parts of Oxfordshire.”.
George Chapman has retained to this day the considerable reputation he achieved in his own lifetime. Playwright, poet, translator, he is still considered an exceptionally important figure in the English Renaissance.
His plays, particularly, were adapted for the stage throughout the Restoration, and, though his reputation dipped during most of the eighteenth century, the nineteenth saw a marked.
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A Woman is a Weather-cocke. A New Comedy, As it was acted before the King in White-Hall. And diuers times Priuately at the White-Friers, by the Children of her Maiesties Reuels. Written by Nat: Field. Si natura negat, faciat indagnatio [sic] versum. This banner text can have markup. Home; web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Chelli’s posthumous book is edited by Professor Legouis.4 We regret the absence of any biographical note: Chelli shows himself a scholar of great promise, whose death is to be deplored. His brilliance is indeed, in his textual criticism, at moments a little overpowering; one feels that his confidence inCited by: 5.
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that are present in Field's two unaided plays: A Woman is a Weather-cocke (published in quarto in ) and its companion piece, Amends for Ladies (quarto ) -1 ♦For Parts I, II, and III of this series, see Studies in Bibliography, vols. VIII, IX, and XI.
Figures for Field's plays are based on the edition of William Peery (Texas, ) •. NINETEENTH-CENTURY EDITORIAL PRACTICE AS ILLUSTRATED IN THE DESCENT OF THE TEXT OF NATHAN FIELD By William Peery Current study of English Renaissance drama depends to a large extent upon nineteenth-century editions.
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The Pupils of Jonson: Nathaniel Field: his life and training. A Woman is a Weather-cocke. Field's debt to Jonson; his romantic tendency and collaboration with Massinger. Richard Brome's life and training: his fifteen extant Plays. When the attention of scholars was directed to the book, the.
List of Texts Available in the English Verse Drama Database. Book: Becoming America - An Exploration of American Literature from Precolonial to Post-Revolution (Kurant) (just like the Weather-cocke, with the breatq of every Prince) The woman remaine with their Parents until they have huasonds, and if the Parents bee dead, then with some other of their friends.
Bevis of Southamp∣ton, Page 4 and Guy of Warwick, or that Cripple-errant of famous memory, who stole the golden weather cocke from Pauls steeple, before it was a Tower, which was the highest piece of desperate valour that ever was performed, but that his piety is as notorious as his sacriledge, for with the same wea∣ther cocke, he built.
George Chapman, ‘To his Loved Sonne, Nat. Field, and his Weather-Cocke Woman’, in A Woman is a Weathercocke, by Nathan Field (London, ), sig. A3’. Further references are Author: Edel Lamb. Let him by no meanes marry an honest woman, For the other will keepe her selfe.
Let him steale as much as he can, that a guilty conscience May bring him to his destinate repentance, I thinke he meanes hanging. And this were his last will and Testament, the Diuell stood laughing at his beddes feete while he made it.
Sblood, what doth hee thinke. Feb 21, · like a poore-old-woman; that same knaue (Ford hir husband) hath the finest mad diuell of iealousie in him (Master Broome) that euer gouern’d Frensie.
I will tell you, he beate me greeuously, in the shape of a woman: (for in the shape of Man (Master Broome) I feare not Goliath with a Weauers beame, because I know also, life is a. See also: 16th century in literature *Early Modern literature *other events of the 17th century *18th century in literature, in literature,and list of years in multdemsvote.com and trends* Samuel Pepys writes his diary.
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