1603, the wonderfull yeare

wherein is shewed the picture of London, lying sicke of the plague.
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through the first and principall Court-gate of heauen: to whom for a farewell, and to shewe how dutifull he was in his office, Ianus (that beares two faces vnder one hood) made a very mannerly lowe legge, and (because he was the onely Porter at that gate) presented vnto this King of the Moneths, all the New-yeares gifts, 1603 were more in number, and.

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Dekker Harison] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thomas Dekker, Extract from The Wonderful Year () Dekker made his name as a jobbing playwright in the s, working for the impresario Philip Henslowe, in whose account book he is first mentioned in He collaborated widely with other playwrights such as Ben Jonson and John Marston.

Get this from a library. The Wonderfull yeare. wherein is shewed the picture of London, lying sicke of the Plague. At the ende of all (like a mery Epilogue to a dull Play) certaine Tales are cut out in sundry fashions, of purpose to shorten the liues of long winters nights, that lye watching in the darke for vs.

[Thomas Dekker; G B Harrison]. Buy The Wonderfull Yeare, by Dekker, Thomas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas Dekker. in Shakespeare’s England was certainly, as Thomas Dekker noted wryly in a bestselling pamphlet, a ‘Wonderfull Yeare’.

On March 24th, shockwaves reverberated through the country at the news that the iconic Elizabeth I had died. In the absence of an heir, the title was passed to James VI of Scotland. Yet this was to be no easy transition.

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Thomas Dekker, The Wonderful Year () Dekker made his name as a jobbing playwright in the s, working for the impresario Philip Henslowe, in whose account book he is first mentioned in He collaborated widely with other playwrights such as Ben Jonson and John Marston.

The year in Shakespeare’s England was certainly, as Thomas Dekker noted wryly in a bestselling pamphlet The Wonderfull Yeare. On 24th March, shockwaves reverberated through the country at the news that Elizabeth I had died. In the absence of an heir, the title was passed to James VI of Scotland.

Yet this was to be no easy : Gill Sutherland. Buy The Wonderfull Yeare, by Thomas Dekker from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Pages in category " books" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes. in literature; F. First Quarto; N. Nippo Jisho; T. The Wonderfull Yeare; U. Uranometria. Dekker’s original pamphlet, The Wonderfull Yeare, was a multi-genre account of the events of the plague year in which the word “wonderful” was meant to mean astonishing, not good.

Meanwhile, Pritts’ book, a calendar of sorts, is composed of. “This Straunge Newes”: Plague Writing, Print Culture, and the Invention of News in Thomas Dekker’s The Wonderfull Yeare () English News Plays of the Early s: Thomas Middleton’s A Game at Chess and Ben Jonson’s The Staple of NewsAuthor: Simon F.

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In Thomas Dekker’s first pamphlet, The Wonderfull Yeare, he highlights three events that occurred in England in the year First, on MaQueen Elizabeth of England died in her bed of natural causes. Six months shy of her 70th birthday, she. The Wonderful Year (), for example, presents two long poems that are supposed to be the prologue to a play and a summary of its action and, in a prose section, that action—stories of English.

The Book of Prefaces, ed Alasdair Gray (Bloomsbury, £) The Wonderfull Yeare "Oh good Sir. There's as sound law to make you give.

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The year in Shakespeare’s England was certainly, as Thomas Dekker noted wryly in a bestselling pamphlet The Wonderfull Yeare. On 24th March, shockwaves reverberated through the country at the news that Elizabeth I had died. In the absence of an heir, the title was passed to James VI of Scotland.

Yet this was to be no easy transition. of (1) The Wonderfull Yeare, (2) Newes from Graves-end and (3) The Meeting of Gallants; one provoked by that of(4) A Rod for Run-awayes; and two by the milder epidemic of(5) London Looke Backe, and (6) The Blacke Rod and the White Rod.

Of these (1) and (4) were published with Dekker's name, (2) was assigned to him by J. The Wonderfull Yeare, ISBN () Softcover, Benediction Classics, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site. In Times of Pestilence Just about this time of the year, years before COVID, in what playwright Thomas Dekker ironically called this “wonderfull yeare”, all the theatres were shut.

One of the “wonders” was the death of Queen Elizabeth I at Richmond Palace on 24th March The plague once more revisited London in. The book, I’m deducing from the epigram and its title, was conceived with Thomas Dekker’s The Wonderfull Yeare in mind.

From what I’ve read, Dekker’s book is a multigenre book that functions as a Best and Worst ofthe “Wonderfull” meaning, in his case (and yours) beyond belief, surprising, shocking -- as opposed to great. The non-dramatic works of Thomas Dekker.

In five volumes 1 by Dekker, Thomas, ca. at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free The non-dramatic works of Thomas Dekker.

In five volumes 1 by Dekker, Thomas, ca. /5(3). On April 1st, Invulnerable Nothings will host a Zoom livestream reading of Thomas Dekker's THE WONDERFULL YEARE, an incredible plague pamphlet from.

III. Poet James Womack gives us a slice of Thomas Dekker’s The Wonderfull Yeare, an account of ’s bubonic plague and the attendant political and economic ça change James Womack studied Russian, English and translation at university.

Transcript - Shakespeare's Restless World - Programme 17 Plague and the Playhouse: Plague Proclamations Ina quarter of the population of Stratford-upon-Avon died of plague. Simon Schama's magesterial new book encompasses over 1, years of Britain's history, from the first Roman invasions to the early seventeenth century, and the extraordinary reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

Schama, the author of the highly acclaimed Citizens and The Embarrassment of Riches, is one of the most popular and celebrated historians of our day, and in this magnificent work he brings /5(7).

Excerpt from The Seven Deadly Sins of London: Drawn in Seven Several Coaches, Through the Seven Several Gates of the City; Bringing the Plague With Them The tract now reprinted marks a half-way stage, in subject as well as in date, between The Wonderfull Yeare and the most famous of Dekker's prose pieces, The Guls H om booke.

The image of the plague being a remorseless force attacking a city was not uncommon – it is also used by Thomas Dekker in his pamphlet The Wonderfull Yeare, which I explored as part of my last blog post.

In a particularly vivid passage, Dekker describes the plague as if it were a soldier mounting ‘the siege of the Citie’ of London. Her ninth book, Toxicon, is forthcoming from Nightboat Books in Note: “The Wonderfull Yeare ” is is a pastiche of the title, dedication, and frontmatter of Thomas Dekker's pamphlet The Wonderfull yeare.in which he recounts the death of Elizabeth I and the bubonic plague which swept London in His first was The Wonderfull Yeare, a journalistic account of the death of Elizabeth, accession of James I, and the plague, that combined a wide variety of literary genres in an attempt to convey the extraordinary events of that year ('wonderful' meaning astonishing, not excellent).Born: c.London, England.Dekker, Thomas, ca.

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