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The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse

by H.R. Woudhuysen

  • ISBN: 9780140423464
  • ISBN10: 014042346X

The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse

by H.R. Woudhuysen

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Penguin USA
  • Publish date: 09/01/1993
  • ISBN: 9780140423464
  • ISBN10: 014042346X
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Description: Selected and with an Introduction by David Norbrook - Edited by H.R. Woudhuysen Abbreviations Used in the Text Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Note on the Text and Annotation I. The Public World 1. JOHN SKELTON: [from A Lawde and Prayse Made for Our Sovereigne Lord the Kyng] 2. SIR THOMAS MORE: De Principe Bono Et Malo 3. Quis Optimus Reipublicae Status 4. SIR DAVID LINDSAY: [from The Dreme] The Complaynt of the Comoun weill of Scotland 5. SIR THOMAS WYATT: [Who lyst his welth and eas Retayne] 6. In Spayn 7. [The piller pearisht is whearto I Lent] 8. HENRY HOWARD, EARLY OF SURREY: [Thassyryans king in peas with fowle desyre] 9. ANONYMOUS: John Arm-strongs last good night 10. ROBERT CROWLEY: Of unsaciable purchasers 11. JOHN HEYWOOD: [from A Ballad on the Marriage of Philip and Mary] 12. WILLIAM BIRCH: [from A songe betwene the Quenes majestie and Englande] 13. QUEEN ELIZABETH I: [The dowbt off future foes exiles my present joye] 14. SIR PHILIP SIDNEY: [from The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia] 15. ANONYMOUS: Of Sir Frauncis Walsingham Sir Phillipp Sydney, and Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancelor 16. GEORGE PUTTENHAM: Her Majestie resembled to the crowned piller 17. ANNE DOWRICHE: [from The French Historie] 18. SIR WALTER RALEGH: [Praisd be Dianas faire and harmles light] 19. [from Fortune hath taken the away my love] 20. QUEEN ELIZABETH I: [Ah silly pugge wert thou so sore afraid] 21. SIR WALTER RALEGH: The 21th: and last booke of the Ocean to Scinthia 22. The Lie 23. ALEXANDER MONTGOMERIE: [Remembers thou in Aesope of a taill] 24. SIR JOHN HARINGTON: A Tragicall Epigram 25. Of Treason 26. FULKE GREVILLE, LORD BROOKE: [from Caelica] Sonnet 78 27. GEORGE PEELE: [from Anglorum Feriae] 28. JOHN DONNE: The Calme 29. [from Satire 4] 30. ROBERT DEVEREUX, EARL OF ESSEX: [Change thy minde since she doth change] 31. MARY SIDNEY, COUNTESS OF PEMBROKE: [To Queen Elizabeth] 32. EDMUND SPENSER: [from The Faerie Queene Book 5] 33. EOCHAIDH HEGHUSA: [On Maguire''s Winter Campaign] 34. BEN JONSON: On the Union 35. SIR ARTHUR GORGES: Written upon the death of the most Noble Prince Henrie 36. SIR HENRY WOTTON: Upon the sudden Restraint of the Earle of Somerset, then falling from favor 37. WILLIAM BROWNE: [from Brittania''s Pastorals Book 2] 38. ANONYMOUS: Feltons Epitaph 39. ANONYMOUS: [Epitaph on the Duke of Buckingham] 40. SIR RICHARD FANSHAWE: [from An Ode Upon occasion of His Majesties Proclamation in the yeare 1630] 41. JOHN CLEVELAND: Epitaph on the Earl of Strafford 42. SIR JOHN DENHAM: Coopers Hill 43. MARTIN PARKER: Upon defacing of White-hall 44. ROBERT HERRICK: A King and no King 45. ANDREW MARVELL: An Horatian Ode upon Cromwel''s Return from Ireland 46. SIR WILLIAM MURE: [from The Cry of Blood, and of a Broken Covenant] 47. KATHERINE PHILIPS: On the 3. of September, 1651 48. JOHN MILTON: To the Lord Generall Cromwell May 1652 49. To Sir Henry Vane the younger 50. ANDREW MARVELL: [from The First Anniversary of the Government under O.C.] 51. ALEXANDER BROME: On Sir G.B. his defeat II. Images of Love 52. ANONYMOUS: [Westron wynde when wylle thow blow] 53. SIR THOMAS WYATT: [They fle from me that sometyme did me seke] 54. [Who so list to hount I knowe where is an hynde] 55. [It may be good like it who list] 56. [My lute awake perfourme the last] 57. HENRY HOWARD, EARL OF SURREY: [The soote season, that bud and blome furth bringes] 58. ALEXANDER SCOTT: [To luve unluvit it is ane pane] 59. GEORGE TURBERVILLE: To his Love that sent him a Ring wherein was gravde, Let Reason rule 60. ISABELLA WHITNEY: I.W. To her unconstant Lover 61. GEORGES GASCOIGNE: [A Sonet written in prayse of the brown beautie] 62. ANONYMOUS: A new Courtly Sonet, of the Lady Greensleeves 63. SIR PHILIP SIDNEY: [from Certain Sonnets: 4] 64. [from The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia] 65. [from Astrophil and Stella] 1 66. [from Astrophil and Stella] 2 67. [from Astrophil and Stella] 9 68. [from Astrophil and Stella] 72 69. [from Astrophil and Stella] 81 70. [from Astrophil and Stella] 83 71. [from Astrophil and Stella] Eight song 72. [from Astrophil and Stella] Eleventh song 73. FULKE GREVILLE, LORD BROOKE: [from Caelica] Sonnet 22 74. [from Caelica] Sonnet 27 75. [from Caelica] Sonnet 39 76. [from Caelica] Sonnet 44 77. [from Caelica] Sonnet 84 78. MARK ALEXANDER BOYD: Sonet 79. ROBERT GREENE: Dorons description of Samela 80. EDMUND SPENSER: [from The Faerie Queene Book 2] 81. [from The Faerie Queene Book 3] 82. [from The Faerie Queene Book 3] 83. [from Amoretti] Sonnet 23 84. [from Amoretti] Sonnet 64 85. [from Amoretti] Sonnet 67 86. [from Amoretti] Sonnet 70 87. [from Amoretti] Sonnet 71 88. Epithalamion 89. SIR WALTER RALEGH: [As you came from the holy land] 90. SAMUEL DANIEL: [from Delia] Sonnet 13 91. [from Delia] Sonnet 39 92. [from Delia] Sonnet 52 93. SIR JOHN DAVIES: [from Gullinge Sonnets] 94. [Faith (wench) I cannot court thy sprightly eyes] 95. THOMAS NASHE: The choise of valentines 96. JOHN DONNE: To his Mistress going to bed 97. BARNABE BARNES: [from Parthenophil and Parthenophe] Sonnet 27 99. CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE: The passionate Sheepheard to his love 99. Hero and Leander 100. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: [from Venus and Adonis] 101. [from Lucrece] 102. RICHARD BARNFIELD: [from Cynthia] Sonnet 8 103. [from Cynthia] Sonnet 11 104. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: [from Sonnets] 19 105. [from Sonnets] 20 106. [from Sonnets] 29 107. [from Sonnets] 35 108. [from Sonnets] 36 109. [from Sonnets] 55 110. [from Sonnets] 56 111. [from Sonnets] 66 112. [from Sonnets] 74 113. [from Sonnets] 94 114. [from Sonnets] 121 115. [from Sonnets] 124 116. [from Sonnets] 129 117. [from Sonnets] 135 118. [from Sonnets] 138 119. [from Sonnets] 144 120. ROBERT SIDNEY, EARL OF LEICESTER: Sonnet 21 121. Sonnet 25 122. Sonnet 31 123. Songe 17 124. GEORGE CHAPMAN: [from Hero and Leander Sestiad 3] 125. JOHN MARSTON: [from The Metamorphosis of Pigmalions Image] 126. THOMAS DELONEY: [Long have I lov''d this bonny Lasse] 127. ANONYMOUS: [from The wanton Wife of Bath] 128. [JOHN DOWLAND]: [Fine knacks for ladies, cheape choise brave and new] 129. THOMAS CAMPION: [Followe thy faire sunne unhappy shaddowe] 130. [Rose-cheekt Lawra come] 131. [There is a Garden in her face] 132. JOHN DONNE: His Picture 133. The Sunne Rising 134. The Canonization 135. Loves growth 136. A Valediction of weeping 137. A Valediction forbidding mourning 138. MICHAEL DRAYTON: [from Idea] 10 139. [from Idea] 61 140. To His Coy Love, A Canzonet 141. BEN JONSON: Why I Write Not of Love 142. My Picture left in Scotland 143. LADY MARY WROTH: [from Pamphilia to Amphilanthus] 23 144. [from Pamphilia to Amphilanthus] 34 145. [from Pamphilia to Amphilanthus] A crowne of Sonetts dedicated to Love 146. [from Pamphilia to Amphilanthus] 147. [from The Countesse of Mountgomeries Urania] 7 148. ROBERT HERRICK: Delight in Disorder 149. The Vision 150. The silken Snake 151. Her Bed 152. Upon Julia''s haire fil''d with Dew 153. Upon Sibilla 154. THOMAS CAREW: The Spring 155. Ingratefull beauty threatned 156. [from A Rapture] 157. MARTIN PARKER: [from Cupid''s Wrongs Vindicated] 158. [from Well met Neighbour] 159. EDMUND WALLER: The story of Phoebus and Daphne appli''d 160. Song 161. The Budd 162. SIR JOHN SUCKLING: [Out upon it, I have lov''d] 163. JOHN CLEVELAND: The Antiplatonick 164. RICHARD LOVELACE: Song. To Lucasta, Going to the Warres 165. Gratiana dauncing and singing 166. To Althea, From Prison 167. Her Muffe 168. [from On Sanazar''s being honoured with six hundred Duckets by the Clarissimi of Venice, for composing an Elegiack Hexastick of the City. A Satyre] 169. ANDREW MARVELL: To his Coy Mistress 170. The Gallery 171. The Definition of Love 172. JAMES HARRINGTON: Inconstancy 173. KATHERINE PHILIPS: An Answer to another perswading a Lady to Marriage III. Topographies 174. ALEXANDER BARCLAY: [from Certayne Egloges 5] 175. GEORGE BUCHANAN: Calendae Maiae 176. ANONYMOUS: [from Vox populi vox Dei] 177. ANONYMOUS: [from Jack of the North] 178. ANONYMOUS: The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield 179. BARNABE GOOGE: Goyng towardes Spayne 180. SION PHYLIP: [from Yr Wylan] 181. SIR PHILIP SIDNEY: [from The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia] 182. EDMUND SPENSER: [from The Shepheardes Calender] Maye 183. ALEXANDER HUME: [from Of the day Estivall] 184. JOHN DAVIES: [from Epigrammes] In Cosmum 17 185. JOSEPH HALL: [from Virgidemiarum Book 5] 186. EVERARD GUILPIN: [from Skialetheia Satire 5] 187. ANONYMOUS: A Songe bewailinge the tyme of Christmas, So much decayed in Englande 188. JOHN DONNE: A nocturnall upon S. Lucies day, Being the shortest day 189. AEMILIA LANYER: The Description of Cooke-ham 190. BEN JONSON: To Penshurst 191. MICHAEL DRAYTON: [from Pastorals] The Ninth Eglogue 192. [from Poly-Olbion Song 6] 19
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