2 edition of The gallant history of the life and death of that most noble knight Sir Bevis of Southampton found in the catalog.
The gallant history of the life and death of that most noble knight Sir Bevis of Southampton
1700 by Printed by A.M. for B. Deacon, at the Angel in Guilt-spur-street without Newgate in [London] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Gallant history of Sir Bevis of Southampton|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1847:30|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23,  p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Get this from a library. The gallant history of the life and death of that most noble knight Sir Bevis of Southampton: Wherein is contained much variety of pleasant and delightful reading.
Get this from a library. The gallant history of the life and death of that most noble knight, Sir Bevis of Southampton: Wherein is contained much variety of pleasant and delightful reading. Printing the Middle Ages Sian Echard Published by University of Pennsylvania Press Famous and Renowned History of Sir Bevis of Southampton The Gallant History of the life and death of that most noble knight, Sir Bevis of Southampton (), 75, 95–96, n; Historie of Beuis of Hampton (), 78; History of the Life and Death of Cited by: Besides these mediaeval versions I have also examined an English chap-book Bevis, probably' of the year The Gallant History of the Life and Death of that Most Noble Knight Sir Bevis of Southampton (printed by A.
for G. Deacon). When compared with the French and English romances the Irish Bevis shows less new material than the Guy. Full text of "Gammer Gurton's famous histories: of Sir Guy of Warwick, Sir Bevis of Hampton, Tom Hickathrift, Friar Bacon, Robin Hood, and the King and the cobbler" See other formats CHILDREN'S BOOK COLLECTION * LIBRARY OF THE v' UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA j LOS ANCELES GAMMER GURTON'S JTomous of Sir Guy of Warwick, Sir Bevis of Hampton, Tom Hickathrift, Friar Bacon.
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9 In such "family romances" as Amis and Amiloun, The Avowing of Arthur, King Horn, and Athelston, Knight sees that "competitive assertiveness is the inner strain. Bevis of Hampton is another popular romance from the end of 13 th century, this time based on Anglo-French Beuves de Hanstone, and on a subject popular throughout Europe.
Bevis's mother, the wife of Guy, Earl of Southampton, gets her husband murdered, marries the assasin, and sells Bevis into slavery in the the Lands of the Infidel. It is worthy of note, that Sir Humphry Davy entertained a similar view of human happiness.
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Ascapart, a most important personage in the romance, is thus described in an extract:. A Life of William Shakespeare, by Sidney Lee 3 In my treatment of the sonnets I have pursued what I believe to be an original line of investigation. The strictly autobiographical interpretation that critics have of late placed on these poems compelled me, as Shakespeare's biographer.
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