John Heywood

John Heywood

Comedy and Survival in Tudor England

Oxford University Press






15 a 20 dias


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Preface 1: Origins: Early Years: Johan Johan and Witty and Witless 2: Faith, Hope, and Mendacity: The Four PP 3: Interlude: The Annus Mirabilis of 1529 4: Cynicism and Hope: Gentleness and Nobility 5: Conscience and Satire in A Play of Love 6: Complaining about the Weather: Heywood, Thomas More, and the Opening of the Reformation Parliament 7: Discordant Voices: The Pardoner and The Friar 8: The Significance of Heywood's Interludes 9: New Forms, New Challenges: Heywood's Songs: Merriness, Malice, and the Death of More 10: Discord, Dissent, and Division: England, 1534-1543 11: In Kent and Christendom?: The Nature of Heywood's Treason 12: Rehabilitation and Reformation: The Epigrams and Proverbs 13: The Accession of Mary Tudor: 'The eagle's bird has spread his wings' 14: Speaking in Parables: The Spider and the Fly 15: Bellicose Verse: 'Scarborough Warning' 16: 'When all that is to was is brought': A Time of Endings and Thoughts of Flight 17: 'At this my extreme age': 'Old Heywood' in Exile 18: 'His own life and nature': Reputation and Legacy