England and the Continental Renaissance: Essays in Honour of J.B. Trapp

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Edward Chaney, Professor of English and Comparative Literature Peter Mack, Peter Mack
Boydell & Brewer, 1990 - History - 322 pages
This wide-ranging collection contains essays devoted to many facets of the Renaissance in England. Its scholarship and scope will ensure that it makesa valuable contribution to the many disciplines on which it impinges: art, political theory, design, literature and theology amongst others. Throughout the links between England and Italy in the sixteenth century appear as a central theme.

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Contents

List of Illustrations vii
3
Introduction EDWARD CHANEY and PETER MACK 1
7
Some PreElizabethan Examples of an Elizabethan Art
23
the Letter to John More
37
Titian Philip II and Mary Tudor
53
an Italian View of Sir Thomas More
67
A Profile of the Grammar of Three SixteenthCentury Lives of Sir
109
Pietro Bizari and
125
A Problem of Authorship
165
Shakespeares Prospero and
185
English Disegno
203
Sir Francis Carews Garden at Beddington
229
the Scottish Humanist Parnassus for Charles I
257
Edward Altham as a Hermit
271
A List of the Publications of J B Trapp
295
Index
313

Accident or Design? John Gildons Funeral Monuments and Italianate
143

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