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arbor of amorous devices, 1597

Nicholas Breton

arbor of amorous devices, 1597

by Nicholas Breton

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Photocopy of ed., Harvard University Press, 1936.

Statement[comp. & ed. by Richard Jones] ; with an introduction by Hyder Edward Rollins.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13973228M

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Originally, the “Amores” was a five-book collection of love poetry, first published in 16 later revised this layout, reducing it to the surviving, extant collection of three books, including some additional poems written as late as 1 CE. Book 1 contains 15 elegiac love poems about various aspects of love and erotiocism, Book 2 contains 19 elegies and Book 3 a further The Arbor of Amorous Devises (entered at Stationers' Hall, ), only in part Breton's contributions to England's Helicon and other miscellanies of verse. Of his twenty-two prose tracts may be mentioned Wit's Trenchmour (), The Wil of Wit (), A Poste with a Packet of Mad Letters ().

  Harpalus and Corin are just called herdsmen.) A later example: Nicholas Breton published "Phillida and Coridon" and "Song of Phillida and Coridon" in England's Helicon, ; three years earlier, in The Arbor of Amorous Devices, he published "A pastoral of Phillis and Coridon.". Amorous is a furry dating simulator which aims to provide a high quality graphic novel experience for free. Shake up the formula with animated NPCs, sandbox environments, real choices and interactive mini-games to keep you engaged. Avoid the normal pitfalls of dating games with an incredibly varied roster. Ranging from foxes to felines, male to.


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The arbor of amorous devices:[Nicholas Breton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Light verse first published in The arbor of amorous devices:[Nicholas Breton] on *FREE* shipping arbor of amorous devices qualifying : Nicholas Breton. OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile has title: The arbor of amorous deuises.

Wherein, young gentlemen may reade many plesant fancies, and fine deuises: and thereon, meditate diuers sweete conceites, to court the loue of faire ladies and gentlewomen, by N.B. gent. [Device] Imprinted at London by Richard Iohnes, dwelling at the signe of the Rose and Crowne, neere Saint Andrewes church in.

On January 7,Richard Jones entered at Stationers' Hall "for his Copie by warrant vnder the hande of Master warden Woodcock The Abour of Amorus delightes. by N. gent." No book with such a date and name is known to exist, but another edition, with a slightly altered title, The Arbor of amorous Deuises (),1 is preserved in two copies.

Get this from a library. The arbor of amorous devices. [Nicholas Breton; Richard Jones; Hyder Edward Rollins]. The arbor of amorous devices,By ?. Nicholas Breton, Hyder Edward Rollins and 16th cent. comp. Richard Jones. Abstract. A Cradle Song, The Arbor Of Amorous Devices, poem by Nicholas Breton.

COME little babe come silly soul Thy fathers shame thy mothers grief Born as I doubt to all our dole. Page. The power of literary arbor of amorous devices was never more in its prime than during this period of history, where a wide array of political and religious satire mocked the status quo and poetry called humankind to transcend the rigors of daily life through love, God or principle.

The arbor of amorous deuises VVherin, young gentlemen may reade many plesant. Breton, Nicholas (brĕt`ən), ?–c, English author, a prolific and versatile writer of verse and best work, written in a lyrical and pastoral vein, appeared in The Arbor of Amorous Devices (), England's Helicon (), and The Passionate Shepherd ().

Bibliography. See his poems (ed. with biography by J. Robertson, ); A Mad World My Masters and Other Prose Works. The workes of a young wyt, trust up with a fardell of pretie fancies, profitable to young poetes, prejudicial to no man, and pleasaunt to every man Whereunto is joyned an odde kynde of wooing, with a banquet of comfettes, to make an ende withall.

London, A Floorish upon Fancie. The arbor of amorous devises. Wherein, young gentlemen may reade many pleasant fancies and fine devises and thereon meditate divers sweete conceites, to court the love of faire ladies and gentlewomen.

(London, imprinted by Richard Johnes, ), also by N. and N. (page images at HathiTrust) Breton, Nicholas, ??. CONTENTS BOOK CONTENTS BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD English Poetry I: From Chaucer to Gray. The Harvard Classics.

– A Sweet Lullaby: From The Arbor of Amorous Devices: Anonymous: COME little babe, come silly soul, Thy father’s shame, thy mother’s grief, Born as I doubt to all our dole, And to thyself unhappy chief: Sing.

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A Cradle Song, The Arbor of Amorous Devices, By Nicholas Breton COME little babe, come silly soul, Thy father's shame, thy mother's grief. Words: "A sweet lullabie" Arbor of Amorous Devicesed. Rollins Music: There is disagreement as to which tune this goes to: one in Ballet's MS lute book p.

(late 16th c) and Morley's First Booke # 18 (), and which Ward says is also in Cambridge MS Dd. for lute; and one in a manuscript in the NYPL attributed to.

However, Grosart had access to no exemplum of the first edition of Brittons Bowre of Delights (London, ) and he knew of only a single, imperfect exemplum of The Arbor of Amorous Deuises (London, ).

He also believed, with doubtful justification, that the Babington miscellany was principally a collection of Breton's works, and thus he.

device B appearing on the title-page and A2 of a book bearing Jones's imprint: Nicholas Breton's Arbor of Amorous Devices, And in the next year (), according to Greg, he printed Anthony Copley's Fig for Fortune for Jones (p.

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/book/the-arbor-of-amorous-devicesby. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Skip to search Skip to main content The arbor of amorous devices, [] Breton, Nicholas, ?.

New York, Russell & Russell [] Description Book —. I have already posted, in Jan.,detailed examination of the poem “Love”, also contained in The Arbor of Amorous Devices along with other poems by Lord Oxford in that volume ().

Only recently did I realize the importance of “Love”, from The Arbor of Amorous Devices, and expostulated on it in considerable more depth. English poetry -- Translations from Greek. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.

Broader term: English poetry; Filed under: English poetry -- Translations from Greek. The.This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July )Works published.

Nicholas Breton. The Arbor of Amorous Devises, anthology partly by Breton, probably compiled by the printer, Richard Jones; reprints 10 poems from Brittons Bowre of Delights ; Auspicante Jehova; John Dowland, The First Booke of Songes or Ayres of Fowre Partes verse and music (see also Second Booke May, Steven, ‘William Hunnis and the Paradise of Dainty Devices‘, Studies in Bibliography, 28 (), May, Steven, ‘Popularizing Courtly Poetry: Tottel’s Miscellany and Its Progeny’, in Mike Pincombe and Cathy Shrank eds.

The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature, Oxford University Press,pp.