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Thomas Nabbes (1605- date of death unknown) was an (An Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the Commonwealth countries) English (Someone who writes plays) dramatist.
He was born in humble circumstances in (A savory sauce of vinegar and soy sauce and spices) Worcestershire, and educated at (additional info and facts about Exeter College, Oxford) Exeter College, Oxford.
The Masque of Microcosmus is really a (An allegorical play popular in the 15th and 16th centuries; characters personified virtues and vices) morality play, in which Physander after much error is reunited to his wife Bellanima, who personifies the soul.
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 NABBES, THOMAS - LoveToKnow Article on NABBES, THOMAS
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His verse is smooth and musical, and if his language is sometimes coarse, his general attitude is moral.
The masqueof Microcosinusreally a morality play, in which Physander after much error is reunited to his wife Bellanima, who personifiesthe soulis admirable in its own kind, and the other two masques,slighter in construction but ingenious, show Nabbes at his best.Nabbess plays were collected in 1639; and Microcosmus was printed in Dodsleys Old Plays (1744).
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 Thomas Nabbes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Nabbes (1605- date of death unknown) was an English dramatist.
He was born in humble circumstances in Worcestershire, and educated at Exeter College, Oxford.
The Masque of Microcosmus is really a morality play, in which Physander after much error is reunited to his wife Bellanima, who personifies the soul.
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 §19. Thomas Nabbes’s virtuous heroines. IX. Lesser Jacobean and Caroline Dramatists. Vol. 6. The Drama to ...
Thomas Nabbes seems to have belonged to the same social level as Davenport, and, like him, to have produced his tragedy, Hannibal and Scipio, by revising an older play; he was a friend of Richard Brome.
Nabbes breaks away from the prevailing coarse type of comedy, intended to hit the taste of the man about town, and takes pains and pleasure in representing people of virtuous life and conversation.
The Bride is a comedy of considerable effectiveness, distinguished among the plays of its time by the goodness and purity to be found in its men and women.
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November 5 - Gunpowder Plot: A plot by to blow up the English Houses of Parliament is foiled when Sir Thomas Knyvet, a justice of the peace, finds Guy Fawkes in a cellar below the Parliament building and orders a search of the area.
About 20 barrels of gunpowder were found and Fawkes was arrested for trying to kill King James I of England and the members who were scheduled to sit together in Parliament the next day.
Thomas Randolph, English poet and dramatist (died 1635)
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Doctrine and discipline of divorce restor'd to the good of both sexes from the bondage of canon law and other mistakes to Christian freedom, guided by the rule of charity : wherein also many places of Scripture have recover'd their long-lost meaning : seasonable to be now thought on in the reformation intended.
Light in darkness, or, Deliverance proclaimed unto the church in the midst of all her despondencies and discouragements in a sermon / preached by Thomas Watson.
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Nabbes, Thomas (flourished 1638).—Dramatist, was at Oxford in 1621.
Nash, Thomas (1567-1601).—Satirist, etc., born at Lowestoft, educated at Cambridge A reckless life kept him in perpetual poverty, and a bitter and sarcastic tongue lost him friends and patrons.
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 Thomas Nabbes --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
The son of Lebanese immigrants, U.S. radio, screen, and television comedian Danny Thomas was born Muzyab Rakhoob on Jan. 6, 1914, in Deerfield, Mich. He starred in the 1950s and 1960s television situation comedy Make Room for Daddy (renamed The Danny Thomas Show in 1957), winning an Emmy award in 1955.
The dramatist and poet Thomas Godfrey was a playwright and poet in colonial America.
In writing what came to be published as ‘Le Morte d'Arthur', Thomas Malory created the most extensive work of English prose up to that time, including the most complete account of the legends of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table ever written in English.
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 IX. Lesser Jacobean and Caroline Dramatists: Bibliography. Vol. 6. The Drama to 1642, Part Two. The Cambridge History ...
Written by Thomas Killigrew, Page of Honour to King Charles the First.
Microcosmus A Morall Maske, Presented with generall liking, at the private house in Salisbury Court, and heere Set downe according to the intention of the Authour Thomas Nabbes.
Acted in the yeere 1638, at the private house in Drurylane by their Majesties Servants.
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 Shakespeare and the Book: A companion study environment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
So, many pages stayed uncorrected, leading some authors to insert notes apologizing for these errors as a way to prevent criticism of their and the printers' work.
Thomas Nabbes appended a similar note to Microcosmos (1637).
But instead of worrying about the ability of his readers to figure out the correct readings, he worries that they will accuse him of ignorance: "The errours escap't in the Presse are not such, but that the apparent oversight of the Correctour may prevent thy taxing me of ignorance.
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Thomas Carew likewise blames the play's failure on the tastes of "the weake Spectator," but he offers a highly politicized interpretation of these spectators.
Richard Brome wrote one for Thomas Nabbes's Microcosmos in 1637, a time when the theaters were closed because of a raging plague epidemic.
After first extolling Nabbes, Brome ends with a lament as much about Nabbes as about himself: "And friend I hope the stage agen will shine, / In part for mine owne sake as well as thine."
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 Sir John Suckling
He was sent to Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1623, and was entered at Gray's Inn in 1627.
He was intimate with Thomas Carew, Richard Lovelace, Thomas Nabbes and especially with John Hales and Sir William Davenant, who furnished John Aubrey with information about his friend.
In 1628 he left London to travel in France and Italy, returning, however, before the autumn of 1630, when he was knighted.
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 The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets (1687) by William Winstanley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Thomas Speight, in Anna 1597.  Yet is he said to have written many considerable Poems, which are not in his publish’d Works, besides the Squires Tale, which is said to be compleat in Arundel-house Library.
Sir Thomas More, a great Credit and Ornament in his Time, of the English Nation, and with whom the Learned’st Foreigners of that Age, were proud to have correspondence, for his wit and excellent parts, was born in Milk-street, London.
Thomas Tusser (a person well known by his Book of Husbandry) was born at Rinen-hall in Essex, of an ancient Family, but now extinct; where, when but young, his Father, designing him for a Singing-man, put him to Wallingford-School, where how his Misfortunes began in the World, take from his own Pen.
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kind, and the other two masques, slighter in construction but ingenious, show Nabbes at his best.
Nabbes's plays were collected in 1639; and Microcosmus was printed in See also:
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Also a complete list of all works illustrated by Thomas and John Bewick, with their various editions, with thirty-two illustrations from original wood blocks.
Volume I has a description and annotation of each of the items, as well as a chronological listing, and index of the works, and a general index.
Contents: Christopher Marlowe; John Wester; Thomas Dekker; John Marston; Thomas Middleton; William Rowley; Thomas Heywood; George Chapman; Cyril Tourneur.
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Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601, The Choise of Valentines or the merie ballad of Nash his dildo [by Thomas Nash]; Edited by John S. Farmer
Niccols, Richard, 1584-1616, Londons Artillery, Briefly Containing The noble practise of that worthie Societie; with the Moderne and Ancient martiall exercises, natures of armes, vertue of Magistrates, Antiquitie, Glorie and Chronography of this honourable Cittie...
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584, A preseruatiue, or triacle, agaynst the poyson of Pelagius, lately renued, and styrred vp agayn, by the furious secte of the Annabaptistes: deuysed by Wyllyam Turner
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The Revenger's Tragedy by Cyril Tourneur or Thomas Middleton
The Merry Devil of Edmonton (play) - anonymous; has been attributed to William Shakespeare, Michael Drayton and others.
Fourre Birds of Noahs Arke - Thomas Dekker
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 Biographical Index of English Drama Before 1660: N
[ES iii, 450; Mackerness, 'Thomas Nashe and William Cotton' (1949); Miller, 'Robert Greene and Thomas Nashe' (1954); Harlow, 'Thomas Nashe, Robert Cotton' (1961); Harlow, 'Thomas Nashe and William Cotton, M.P.' (1961); Hibbard, Thomas Nashe (1962); Harlow, 'Nashe's Visit' (1963); McGinn, Thomas Nashe (1981); Nicholl, Cup of News (1984); DLB 167: 142 (1996)]
(Father of Henry Neville (I); son-in-law of Thomas Fitzalan and Edward Stafford (I)) [Peerage i, 31 (1910); DTRB, 399 (1984)]
(Daughter of Thomas Sackville (I)) [ES iii, 380; Herford and Simpson, Ben Jonson x, 443 (1950); Orgel, Jonson Masques, 474 (1969)]
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 Find in a Library: The works of Thomas Nabbes.
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“Thomas Nabbes.” In Johnson’s Lives of the British Poets Completed by William Hazlitt.
“Thomas Newton.” In The Lives of the British Poets.
The Tragedie of Gorboduc; whereof three actes were wrytten by Thomas Nortone, and the two laste by Thomas Sackviyle.
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Among these were such recent poets as Thomas Tusser, Giles Fletcher the elder, Sir John Beaumont, Jasper Heywood, Philemon Holland, Sir Thomas Overbury, John Taylor the Water Poet, and the Earl of Rochester.
The reader of this volume may want to have the additional names before him; they are: Sir John Birkenhead, Henry Bradshaw, William Chamberlayne, Hugh Crompton, John Dauncey, John Davies (d.
How are the Names forgotten of those mighty Monarchs, the Founders of the _Egyptian Pyramids_, when that _Ballad-Poet, Thomas Elderton_, who did arm himself with Ale (as old Father _Ennius_ did with Wine) is remembred in Mr.
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 Swinburne, Algernon Charles: Contemporaries of Shakespeare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Edited by Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise; The poet Swinburne is one of the very few, since the days of Raleigh and Sidney, to come from the aristocracy.
He produced studies of many writers, including Lord Byron, William Blake, Victor Hugo and Charles Baudelaire, but it was his work on Shakespeare and his contemporaries which became his most influential criticism.
Contents: Christopher Marlowe in Relation to Greene, Peele, and Lodge; George Chapman; The Earlier Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher; Philip Massinger; John Day; Robert Davenport; Thomas Nabbes; Richard Brome; and James Shirley.
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 Principal Authors in the English Poetry Database
Cooke, Thomas (Scriblerius Tertius, Scriblerus Tertius, Scriblerus Quartus), 1703-1756
Coutts-Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer, 1852-1923
Vaux, Thomas, 2nd Baron Vaux of Harrowden, 1510-1556
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets by William Winstanley
How are the Names forgotten of those mighty Monarchs, the Founders of the Egyptian Pyramids, when that Ballad-Poet, Thomas Elderton, who did arm himself with Ale (as old Father Ennius did with Wine) is remembred in Mr.
Quod si Fama negat, Mundi quia Gloria transit,
The foresaid Thomas Occleve, under the Picture of Chaucer, had these Verses:
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