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Steve Sohmer

. 49 Hopkins, Christopher Marlowe , 4. On 18 May 1593 the Privy Council had ordered Marlowe’s arrest, and on 20 May commanded him ‘to give his daily attendance to their lordships, until he shall be licensed to the contrary.’ Riggs, The World , 325. 50 In Thomas

in Reading Shakespeare’s mind
The ends of incompletion
Chloe Porter

making of Euphues to the production of an incomplete image: For he that vieweth Euphues will say that he is drawn but to the waist, that he peepeth as it were behind some screen, that his feet are yet in the water; which maketh me present your Lordship with the mangled body of Hector as it appeared to Andromache

in Making and unmaking in early modern English drama
Rachel E. Hile

“bramble” to a “burr.” This passage, which differs in tone from the rest of the satire, calls attention to the possibility of a reading influenced by the concerns of Mother Hubberds Tale, as does Middleton’s emphasis on the father–son relationship between Cron and Zodon. One way that Spenser had identified Lord Burghley as a target of the satire in Mother Hubberds Tale was by criticizing the Fox’s preferential treatment of his cubs: He fed his cubs with fat of all the soyle, … . And loded them with lordships and with might, So much as they were able well to beare, That

in Spenserian satire