2 edition of subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from 1480 to 1640. found in the catalog.
subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from 1480 to 1640.
Edith L. Klotz
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English Literary Terms. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. rye Terms in this set (74) a major division within a play, similar to a chapter in a book. act. repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words. alliteration. an indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary work with. the cambridge history of EARLY MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE This is the first full-scale history of early modern English literature in nearly a century. It offers new perspectives on English literature produced in Britain between the Reformation and the Restoration.
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Edith L. Klotz, who made a subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from to2 tells me that clearly identifiable sermons in the Short-Title Catalogue, for the years.
“ A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to ,” Huntington Library Quarterly, I, 4 (), – While this article uses the old Short Title Catalogue, I have no reason to believe that use of the new edition (when completed) will make much difference to the proportions between years, though the total Cited by: ‘ A subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from to ’, Huntington Library Quarterly, 1 (), pp.
–19; Sommerville, The secularization of early modern England, pp. 92– by: Klotz, Edith L. “A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to ” Huntington Library Quarterly 1 (): Knight, Jeffrey Todd. Bound to Read: Compilations, Collections, and the Making of Renaissance Literature.
Philadelphia: University of. Vol. 1, No. 4, Jul., Published by: University of Pennsylvania Press. A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to (pp.
) Edith L. Klotz DOI: / The library of Ralph Assheton: the book background of a colonial Philadelphia lawyer. The libraries of Edward, 2nd Viscount Conway, and others: an inventory and valuation of A subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from to The library of a physician circa lished each year, compared with the annual average of during the suich as the Book of Homilies and the Book of Common Prayer.
Forty-nine Protestant tracts "A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to ," HLQ, I (), 2. 7 Edith Klotz, " A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every tenth year from to ," The Huntington Library Quarterly, X, () ; Frederic Stephens, ed., A Catalogue of Personal and Political Satires in the Prints and Drawings in the British Museum (London: British Museum, ) I, However, most of the pamphlets Author: Elizabeth Tuttle.
They form part of a chronological, year-by-year analysis of publications by topic and by frequency of imprint tentatively titled “What They Read: English Books in the Early Modern Era.” Concerning publication in early modern England, see Edith Klotz, “A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to Cited by: ISIS Cumulative Bibliography A bibliography of the History of Science formed from ISIS A subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from to REDGRAVE, G.R.; ed.
A short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland: and of English books printed abroad, – xvi, p. London. [Edith L.
Klotz, “A Subject Analysis of English Imprints for Every Tenth Year from to ,” contained in Huntington Library Quarterly, I, ] innumerable translation of the continental divines whom the more Protestant wing of the Church of England so highly favored, reissues and subsequent editions of the English sermons.
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