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topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists

Edward H. Sugden

topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists

by Edward H. Sugden

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edward H. Sugden.
    SeriesPublications of the University of Manchester -- no.168
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix,580p. :
    Number of Pages580
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20930716M

    Shakespeare was the godfather of Ben Jonson’s son and Jonson was eating and drinking with his friend in his house in Stratford a few days before Shakespeare’s death. He was eight years younger than Shakespeare, and like Shakespeare, he did not have a university education. A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists. Manchester: The University Press, Boas, Frederick S. The Tragical History of Doctor century book entitled Mediaeval Tales, which can be accessed at the following web address.

    1 Edward Sugden's A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists (Manchester University Press, ) is a standard work on which the Chalfant book has been able to elaborate for Jonsonians who need more than the Herford- Simpson standard editions supply in regard to place-names. John Stow's A. An index to the works of Shakespeare, giving references by topics to notable passages and significant expressions: brief histories of the plays, geographical names and historical incidents, mention of all characters and sketches of important ones, together with explanations of allusions and obscure and obsolete words and phrases / by Evangeline M. O'Connor.

    This was followed by Miles Gloriosus, by T. Maccius Plautus, translated in the original metres (), The Psalms of David, translated into English verse (), A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists (), Israel's Debt to Egypt, Fernley lecture (), John Wesley's London (). He wrote "Part I. upon all of the London placenames mentioned in his plays, masques, and poems." Some of its entries were already collected by Dr. Chalfant's chief source, Edward H. Sugden (A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists [Manchester, ]). Sugden is often augmented and sometimes amended, but even.


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A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists. Manchester: Manchester UP, Open. Internet Archive. This item is cited in the following documents: A Guide for Student Researchers of the Streets, Sites, and Playhouses of Early Modern London.

Manchester A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY TO THE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE AND HIS FELLOW DRAMATISTS Published by the University of Manchester at THE UNIVERSITY PRESS (H. McKbchnib, M Secretary) 23 Lime Grove, Oxford Road, MANCHESTER LONGMANS, GREEN & CO.

THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS By Christopher Marlowe Written c. A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists. Manchester: The University Press, Boas, Frederick Size: 1MB.

A glossary of words, phrases, names, and allusions in the works of English authors particularly of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Elizabethan bibliographies. Encyclopedia of the Renaissance.

McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama. A topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatistsAuthor: Winnie Shyam. A topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists - University Press; London, New York, etc., Longmans, Green & Co.

Book description. While Shakespeare's popularity has continued to grow, so has the attention paid to the work of his contemporaries. The contributors to this Companion introduce the distinctive drama of these playwrights, from the court comedies of John Lyly to the works. A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists.

By Edward H. Sugden. Manchester: Manchester University Press, [Robarts Library 4th Floor Reference Area – PRS8] This Topographical Dictionary provides a. A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists.

By Edward H. Sugden, M.A.,Litt.D. This document is meant to serve as a compilation of Edward Sugden’s A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists (). Note that this is not an edition of Sugden’s text, but a aggregation of the London toponyms that he lists.

Professor Sugden's life work, published inwas his Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists This is a machine readable. Use the book in Maag Library for full access to the information.

A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists by Edward H. Sugden Call Number: REF PR S8 Publication Date: Edward H. Sugen, A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists (Manchester: Manchester University Press; London & New York: Longmans, Green & Co., ), pp.

Google ScholarAuthor: Geraldo U. de Sousa. A topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists by Sugden, Edward : Bryan McGeary. A topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists.

Edward H. Sugden; History; ; VIEW 1 EXCERPT. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL. Shakespeare and the Idea of Late Writing: Authorship in the Proximity of Death. Stuart Sillars; History; ; Chapter 5: ‘In the catalogue’: Shakespeare’s genres.

A topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists. PR S8 Shakespeare, an illustrated dictionary / Stanley Wells. His major book, for which he was awarded a Litt.D. () from the University of Melbourne, was A Topographical Dictionary of the Works of Shakespeare and his Fellow Dramatists (), a standard reference, but one that did not offer scope for those qualities for which he was most admired—wisdom, humour and literary expression.

In he was. ABBREVIATIONS AND REFERENCES All references to Shakespeare's plays are to Alexander's Complete Works, London, Abbreviation of the titles of Shakespeare's plays follows that of Onions's A Shakespeare and Onions are the basis of most glossorial notes; Partridge, Colman, and Rubinstein have been consulted for bawdy word-play; Sugden for topographical references; .Edward Holdsworth Sugden, A Topographical Dictionary to the Works of Shakespeare and His Fellow Dramatists (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ) Google Scholar Valerie Pearl, London and the Outbreak of the Puritan Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), Cited by: 1.

The Shakespeare Encyclopedia is a stimulating and accessible guide to all of Shakespeare's known works, as well as to the man himself. Part One focuses on Shakespeare's life, placing him firmly in his time, a period of rapid religious, cultural, and economic change, and reveals why his works are so universally appealing/5(7).