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James Shirley"s The humorous courtier

by James Shirley

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesHumorous courtier.
Statement[edited by] Marvin Morillo.
SeriesRenaissance drama
ContributionsMorillo, Marvin, 1926-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3144 .H8 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 219 p. ;
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4747989M
ISBN 100824097386
LC Control Number78066821

James Shirley (or Sherley) was an English dramatist. He belonged to the great period of English dramatic literature, but, in Lamb's words, he "claims a place among the worthies of this period, not so much for any transcendent genius in himself, as that he was the last of a great race, all of whom spoke nearly the same language and had a set of moral feelings and notions in common." His career. James Shirley (or Sherley) (September, – October, ), was an English dramatist.. He belonged to the great period of English dramatic literature, but, in Lamb's words, he "claims a place among the worthies of this period, not so much for any transcendent genius in himself, as that he was the last of a great race, all of whom spoke nearly the same language and had a set of moral.

James Shirley English dramatist and poet. Shirley was the leading dramatist of the Caroline era, making his theatrical debut the same year that James I died and passed the throne to his. Shirley, James: The Humorous Courtier (The Duke) Reference Information. Genre (Annals): Comedy. Book Edition: 1. Play Edition: 1. Format: Quarto. Leaves: Date of First Publication: Date of First Production: [licensed for stage, May 17] Company of and are to be sold by James Becket, in the Inner Temple. Paratextual.

  SHIRLEY (or Sherley), JAMES (–), English dramatist, was born in London in September He belonged to the great period of English dramatic literature, but, in Lamb's words, he “claims a place among the worthies of this period, not so much for any transcendent genius in himself, as that he was the last of a great race, all of whom spoke nearly the same language and had a set of. The dramatic works and poems of James Shirley, now first collected / with notes by the late William Gifford, esq., and additional notes, and some account of Shirley and his writings, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. Other records.


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The bookplate of the Barton Library is present on the front pastedown. The number "" is written in a ca. 18th-/19th-century hand in the lower portion of the inner margin on the title page. Author: James Shirley: Publisher: London: Printed by T.C. for William Cooke, and are to be sold by James Becket, Series: Three centuries of drama., English.

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Considered one of the most talented playwrights to emerge in the period between the Jacobean and Restoration eras, Shirley is best-known for The Lady of Pleasure (), a precursor to the Restoration comedy of manners, and The Cardinal (), which is regarded as the last great revenge tragedy.

The Humorous Courtier (The Duke) Author(s): James Shirley. Uncertain: No. Written for: Adult Company. IAMES SHIRLEY Gent.

LONDON. Printed by T. for William Cooke, and are to be sold by James Becket, in the Inner Temple. General Title Page. Internal Title Page.

Title page company(s): Title page theater(s): Drury Lane. Title page. AND JAMES SHIRLEY'S THE ROYAL MASTER BY LUCIANO GARCIA In the German scholar A. Stiefel published an article which for the first time solidly established an instance of textual relationship between Spanish and English dramas in the case of James Shirley's The Opportunity and Tirso de Molina's El castigo del penseque.

The Grateful Servant is a Caroline era stage play, a tragicomedy written by James Shirley, and first published in Its publication marked a significant development in Shirley's evolving literary career.

The play was licensed for performance by Sir Henry Herbert, the Master of the Revels, on 3 Novemberunder the title The Faithful was acted by Queen Henrietta's Men at the. Books By James Shirley All by James Shirley, Elizabeth M. Yearling James Shirley's the Humorous Courtier Jun by James Shirley Hardcover.

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by George Chapman, James Shirley. ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Find This Book. Shirley is particularly fond of scenes of unannounced testing, where someone feigns a certain kind of behavior or motive in order to check out someone else’s response; in one case, The Humorous Courtier, the entire story turns out to be such a test.

Shirley made. Read this book on Questia. To eliminate at least a few of the inaccuracies of fact and inference that have perverted previous accounts of Shirley's life; to remove the popular impression -- fostered by many a better critic than Charles Kingsley -- that Shirley is merely a contributor to the comedy of manners at its worst; to trace Shirley's development as a dramatist from the realistic to the.

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The humorous courtier: a comedy: as it hath been presented with good applause at the private house in Drury-Lane / written by Iames Shirley Author/Creator: Shirley, James, Publication: London: Printed by T.C. for William Cooke, and are to be sold by James BecketFormat/Description: Book [72] p.

; 19 cm. (4to) Form. the Gray's Inn Register, which records the admission of James Shirley, "one of the Valets of the Chamber of Queen Henrietta Maria," on Janu / The date of the appointment prob-ably antedates the Register entry by at least a year, since on the 1The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, ed.

William Gifford and. Reading Performance, Reading Gender: Early Encounters with Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Scornful Lady in Print James Shirley The Humorous Courtier James Shirley The Opportunity James Shirley The Wedding Early Theatre Issues in Review: Beaumont.

This month The Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon are arranging readings of James Shirley's dramatic canon.

This is becoming something of a tradition after the Beaumont and Fletcher marathon of and the Thomas Heywood marathon of The Shirley readings sound particularly interesting as it is run in co-operation with the Oxford University Press edition.The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley: The Lady of Pleasure.

the Royal Master. the Duke's Mistress, the Doubtful Heir. St Patrick for Ireland. the Constant Maid. the Humorous Courtier. Alexander Dyce. from: $James Shirley (or Sherley) was an English dramatist. He belonged to the great period of English dramatic literature, but, in Lamb's words, he "claims a place among the worthies of this period, not so much for any transcendent genius in himself, as that he was the last of a great race, all of whom spoke nearly the same language and had a set of moral feelings and notions in.