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Fri Mar 21 17:09:17 2014 UTClccn-n801260580.35Reading popular romance in early modern England0.670.90Studies in the dramatic construction of Robert Greene and George Peele29550164Robert_Greene_(dramatist)n 80126058506539Conny-catcher, Cuthbert.Conny-catcher, Cuthbert, 1558-1592Cony-Catcher, Cuthbert 1558-1592Cony-Catcher, Guthbert 1558-1592Cunny-Catcher, Cuthbert 1558-1592Cuthbert Conny-CatcherCuthbert Conny-catcher, 1558-1592G., R., 1558-1592Greene, ... 1558-1592R.G., 1558-1592グリーン, ロバートlccn-n80020447Harrison, G. B.(George Bagshawe)1894-1991edtlccn-n79141289Lodge, Thomas1558?-1625lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lyrlccn-n79054915Hayashi, Tetsumaroedtlccn-n2001026557Newcomb, Lori Humphreylccn-n50028379Harvey, Gabriel1550?-1631lccn-n50028951JamesIVKing of Scotland1473-1513lccn-n50031464Greg, W. W.(Walter Wilson)1875-1959edtlccn-n2007068800Melnikoff, Kirk1969-lccn-n2005041270Gieskes, Edward1968-Greene, Robert1558-1592SourcesDramaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcControversial literatureBibliographyBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondenceGreene, Robert,Manners and customsEnglandEngland--LondonWinter's tale (Shakespeare, William)Household employees in literatureRomances--AppreciationBooks and readingPopular literaturePopular cultureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Pandosto (Greene, Robert)Authors, English--Early modernCrimeEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanSeltzer, DanielEnglish fiction--Early modernEnglish dramaJames--IV,--King of Scotland,AuthorshipHarvey, Gabriel,Shakespeare, William,TheaterAuthorship in literatureNarration (Rhetoric)History of Orlando furioso (Greene, Robert)Roland (Legendary character)--RomancesRomances, EnglishPowell, John,Looking glasse for London and England (Lodge, Thomas)Islamic countriesChristian converts from IslamTunisia--TunisTurkeyMuslim converts from ChristianityIslam--Relations--ChristianityChristianity and other religions--IslamSelim--I,--Sultan of the Turks,Stucley, Thomas,Taming of the shrew (Shakespeare, William)Lyly, John,Themes, motivesFriar Bacon and Friar Bungay (Greene, Robert)Great BritainSidney, Philip,Fiction--AuthorshipCriticism and interpretationBibliographyHenslowe, Philip,Theatrical managers1558159215591583158415851587158815891590159115921593159415951596159715981599160016011602160516061607160816091610161116131614161516161617161916201621162216261628162916301631163216341635163616371638163916401648165016551656165716591660166316681672167716801684168816901694169617001703170517121715171717181722172717441750176017721780180018011807180818091810181118131814181518231825182718311840184118431849185018561859186018611865186618671868186918701871187418751876187818801881188318851887188918901892189318941895189618981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191919201921192219231924192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421945194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219941995199619971998199920002001200220042005200620072008200920102011201220134221110463448822.3PR2544ocn060802663ocn060802649ocn055175517ocn055157635ocn055177748ocn021803391ocn050500939150988ocn000092398book15940.79Lodge, ThomasA looking glasse for London and England125155ocn000352789book15940.63Greene, RobertFriar Bacon and Friar BungayDrama91248ocn000884627book19050.63Greene, RobertThe plays & poems of Robert GreeneA selection of English plays by Robert Greene+-+869936759632482527ocn013836241book19230.63Greene, RobertGroats-vvorth of witte, bought with a million of repentance. The repentance of Robert Greene, 159281431ocn001114106book18590.70Greene, RobertA notable discovery of coosnage 1591. The second part of conny-catching 159280048ocn001152257book15920.70Greene, RobertThe thirde & last part of conny-catching, with the new devised knauish art of foole-taking; the like cosenages and villenies neuer before discouered. A dispvtation betweene a hee conny-catcher and a shee conny-catcher70331ocn018420620book16320.84Greene, RobertThe pleasant history of Dorastus and Fawnia pleasant for age to shun drowsie thoughts, profitable for youth to avoid other wanton pastimes, and bringing to both a desired contentSources65075ocn012068604book15940.79Greene, RobertThe honorable history of Frier Bacon and Frier Bungay as it was lately plaid by the Prince Palatine his servantsHistory61657ocn606538288file15900.73Greene, RobertGreenes neuer too late Both parts. Sent to all youthfull gentlemen, to roote out the infectious follies, that ouer-reaching conceits foster in the spring time of their youth. Desciphering in a true English historie, those particular vanities, that with theyr frostie vapours nip the blossomes of euery braine, from atteining to his intended perfection. As pleasant as profitable, beeing a right pumice stone, apt to race out idlenes with delight, and follie with admonition. Robt. Greene, in artibus Magister58917ocn000093268book19700.59Greene, RobertThe Scottish history of James the FourthDrama49139ocn000568203book19240.63Greene, RobertThe blacke bookes messenger, 1592. Cuthbert Conny-catcher: The defence of conny-catching. 1592History42816ocn002731163book18900.66Greene, RobertRobert Greene41727ocn000389825book15590.76Greene, RobertA pleasant conceyted comedie of George a Greene, the pinner of WakefieldHistoryDrama3955ocn003572642book19770.73Greene, RobertThe poetry of Robert Greene39526ocn002382097book19070.73Greene, RobertGreene's 'Pandosto' or 'Dorastus and Fawnia' being the original of Shakespeare's 'Winter's Tale'DramaSources39128ocn606490516file16060.73Greene, RobertA quip for an vpstart courtier: or, A quaint dispute betweene velvet-breeches and cloth-breeches Wherein is plainely set downe the disorders in all estates and trades. By Robert GreeneControversial literature30022ocn001385576book15940.76Greene, RobertThe history of Orlando FuriosoDrama2938ocn003141485book19070.73Henslowe, PhilipHenslowe papers : being documents supplementary to Henslowe's DiaryHistoryDiariesSources28212ocn010053348book15940.86A pleasant conceited historie, called The taming of a shrewSources27411ocn000017696book19690.73Greene, RobertFriar Bacon and Friar Bungay16894ocn051973281file20010.35Newcomb, Lori HumphreyReading popular romance in early modern EnglandHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+503950687532410824ocn560604784com20080.50Writing Robert Greene essays on England's first notorious professional writerCriticism, interpretation, etc"Robert Greene, contemporary of Shakespeare and Marlowe and member of the group of six known as the "University Wits," is the subject of this essay collection, the first to be dedicated solely to his work. Although in his short lifetime Greene published some three dozen prose works, composed at least five plays, and was one of the period's most recognized - even notorious - literary figures, his place within the canon of Renaissance writers has been marginal at best. Writing Robert Greene offers a reappraisal of Greene's career and of his contribution to Elizabethan culture." "Rather than drawing lines between Greene's work for the pamphlet market and for the professional theatres, the essays in the volume imagine his writing on a continuum. Some essays trace the ways in which Greene's poetry and prose navigate differing economies. Others consider how the full spectrum of his writing contributes to an emergent professional discourse about popular print and theatrical culture." "The volume includes an annotated bibliography of recent scholarship on Greene and three valuable appendices (presenting apocrypha; edition information; and editions organized by year of publication)."--Jacket+-+465201902572913ocn000275563book19150.63Jordan, John ClarkRobert GreeneCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography6435ocn012315609book19860.56Crupi, Charles WRobert GreeneCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Robert Greene5197ocn000330701book18810.63Greene, RobertThe life and complete works in prose and verse of Robert Greene4366ocn062188889book20040.73Wilson, KatharineFictions of authorship in late Elizabethan narratives : Euphues in ArcadiaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThese texts chart their authors' disenchantment with the limitations of romance and of their own careers, yet they also form an alternative canon of vernacular writing, which is both self-referential and self-questioning. Shocking, unpredictable, and very engaging, these narratives provide a vivid commentary on the interface between popular taste and 'English literature'."--BOOK JACKET+-+K8070744653823ocn000117911book19710.70Hayashi, TetsumaroRobert Greene criticism: a comprehensive bibliographyBibliography3733ocn000908455book19730.73Hayashi, TetsumaroA textual study of Robert Greene's Orlando Furioso, with an Elizabethan textCriticism, interpretation, etc3446ocn002344917book19220.66Harvey, GabrielFovre letters and certeine sonnets, especially touching Robert Greene and other parties by him abused, 1592Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceA reply to Robert Greene's "A qvip for an vpstart courtier, London, 1592" in the original edition of which was a satirical notice of Harvey and his brothers3102ocn000096298book19690.76Hayashi, TetsumaroA textual study of A looking glasse for London and England by Thomas Lodge and Robert Greene3034ocn041108512book19990.76Daborne, RobertThree Turk plays from early modern England : Selimus, A Christian turned Turk, and the renegadoHistoryDrama"During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the Ottoman empire posed a clear and present danger to Christian rule in Europe. While English commerce with the Mediterranean world expanded, Ottoman forces invaded Greece, Hungary, and Austria. At the same time, "Turkish" pirates and renegades from North Africa roamed the Atlantic and raided the coast of England. The threat was ideological as well: English sailors captured by Barbary pirates sometimes renounced their faith and converted to Islam." "Here, three important early modern "Turk" plays - Robert Greene's Selimus, Emperor of the Turks (1594); Robert Daborne's A Christian Turned Turk (1612); and Philip Massinger's The Renegado (1623) - are available for the first time. These texts represent Islamic power and wealth in scenes of piracy on the high seas, on-stage execution by strangulation, and rites of religious conversion. The plays are set in historical and cultural context by Daniel J. Vitkus's clear and thoughtful introduction."--Jacket+-+24756668753242987ocn001672110book18780.81Simpson, RichardThe school of ShakspereSpurious and doubtful works2322ocn000707683book19720.81Assarsson-Rizzi, KerstinFriar Bacon and Friar Bungay. A structural and thematic analysis of Robert Greene's play2263ocn052895512book20040.88Alwes, Derek BSons and authors in Elizabethan EnglandHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIt is the purpose of this study to suggest how such a career finally became conceivable at this historical moment by examining the ways each of these authors managed to negotiate a relationship to writing that enabled them to mature into adulthood, not only without relinquishing their writing, but actually by means of the self-scrutiny and social interaction enabled by that writing." "This study also investigates some of the many cultural inflections of manhood in Elizabethan England - both in the relationship of fathers to sons and the relationship of men to women."--BOOK JACKET+-+73038692352162ocn000766537book19380.73Jones, GwynGarland of baysFiction2151ocn010533390book19840.84Dean, James SeayRobert Greene : a reference guideBibliography2107ocn002932674book19750.86Allison, A. FRobert Greene, 1558-1592 : a bibliographical catalogue of the early editions in English (to 1640)Bibliography CatalogsCatalogsBibliography1953ocn028710470book19940.84Greene, RobertGreene's groatsworth of wit : bought with a million of repentance (1592)Biography17810ocn000740935book19120.76Chapman, William HallWilliam Shakspere and Robert Greene; the evidence1693ocn000665253book19730.90Senn, WernerStudies in the dramatic construction of Robert Greene and George PeeleCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+8699367596324+-+8699367596324Fri Mar 21 15:17:55 EDT 2014batch75121