Bibliography, p. 163-164.
|Statement||by Ronald C. Johnson.|
|Series||Twayne"s English authors series, TEAS 133|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of George Gascoigne books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. George Gascoigne, the son of landowner and farmer John Gascoigne, was born in Cardington, Bedfordshire, England. He attended Trinity College, Cambridge, and replaced his father as an almoner at Elizabeth I’s coronation. However, as a farmer George Gascoigne was unsuccessful: he was imprisoned for debt and yet served in Parliament for two years, beginning in George Gascoigne was an English poet, soldier, artist, and unsuccessful courtier. He is considered the most important poet of the early Elizabethan era, following Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey and leading to the emergence of Philip Sidney. He was the first poet to deify Queen Elizabeth I, in effect establishing her cult as a virgin goddess married to her. "George Gascoigne was one of the most inventive and influential of the early Elizabethan poets. He found favor with Elizabeth I and was admired by Spenser, Sidney, Shakespeare and their generation; his many innovations, and his importance to the later Elizabethan's, gave him a uniquely significant role in the early years of the English literary renaissance.
"The text adopted in this edition of the Supposes and Jocasta is that of [The posies of George Gascoigne esquire] "corrected, perfected, and augmented by the author," the title-page of which is here reproduced in facsimile from the Bodleign copy." Half-title, p. : Supposes: a comedie written in the Italian tongue by : George Gascoigne. New York, Twayne Publishers  (OCoLC) Named Person: George Gascoigne; George Gascoigne; George Gascoigne; George Gascoigne: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Conant Johnson. First published in this Cambridge edition during , as the second of two volumes making up The Complete Works of George Gascoigne, this book contains the original texts of The Glasse of Governement, The Princely Pleasures at Kenelworth Castle and The Steele Glas, together with other poems and prose : Cambridge University Press. Originally published in this Cambridge edition during , as the first of two volumes making up The Complete Works of George Gascoigne, this book contains the text of The Posies of George Gascoigne, Esquire in its totality. An index of titles and first lines is also included, together with a short appendix : Cambridge University Press.
George Gascoigne, Queens Road, E17 - managed by Allan McPherson. likes 28 talking about this. School memories & photosFollowers: George Gascoigne, (born c. , Cardington, Bedfordshire, Eng.—died Oct. 7, , Barnack, near Stamford, Lincolnshire), English poet and a major literary innovator.. Gascoigne attended the University of Cambridge, studied law at Gray’s Inn in , and thereafter pursued careers as a politician, country gentleman, courtier, soldier of fortune, and man of letters, all with moderate. The Book of Falconry or Hawking and the Noble Art of Venerie (printed together in ) are sometimes both assigned to Turberville though the second of these is a translation by George Gascoigne from the French work La Venerie () by Jacques du Fouilloux. The Complete Poems Of George Gascoigne - Primary Source Edition [George Gascoigne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: George Gascoigne.