6 edition of Internal evidence and Elizabethan dramatic authorship found in the catalog.
Internal evidence and Elizabethan dramatic authorship
Bibliography: p. 231-256.
|Statement||[by] S. Schoenbaum.|
|LC Classifications||PR658.A9 S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 281 p.|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||66012958|
Wallace, Case for Internal Evidence = John M. Wallace, 'The Case for Internal Evidence (10): The Date of John Tatham's The Distracted State', Bulletin of the New York Public Library 64 (), Wallerstein, Martin Llewellyn = Ruth Wallerstein, 'Martin Llewellyn, Cavalier and Metaphysical', Journal of English and German Philology 35 (), In her book Life in the Elizabethan Theater, Diane Yancey notes, "The number of Shakespearean acting companies and theater productions that exist today also bears witness to the continuing importance of Elizabethan drama." The Elizabethan playwrights created a body of work that has withstood the test of time.
sequently been incorporated into a book. Collections of essays that are reprintings L. R. N. Authorship and Evidence: A Study of Attribution and the Renaissance Drama, Illustrated by the Case of George Schoenbaum, Samuel. Internal Evidence and Elizabethan Dramatic Authorship. Evans-ton: Northwestern Univ. Press, Buy Shakespeare's Unorthodox Biography: New Evidence of an Authorship Problem (Contributions in Drama & Theatre Studies) by Price, Diana (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(55).
This, then, is a more or less definite starting date for Elizabethan drama, and of peculiar value to its historians. Curiously enough, The Spanish Tragedy, which was the earliest stage-play of the great period, was also the most popular, and held its own right through the careers of Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, and Fletcher. Aug Comments Off on The Rainbow Portrait & A Lover’s Complaint—More Evidence of the Catastrophic Failure of ‘Professional’ Elizabethan Scholarship By Steven Steinburg IN THE MISINTERPRETATION of the Rainbow Portrait and A Lover’s Complaint we find exemplified a failure of scholarship that is, in a word, mindboggling.
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Schoenbaum (Author). Internal evidence and Elizabethan dramatic authorship: an essay in literary history and method Samuel Schoenbaum Northwestern University Press, - Authorship, Disputed - pages. Internal Evidence and Elizabethan Dramatic Authorship: An Essay in Literary History and Method Internal Evidence and Elizabethan Dramatic Authorship provides one the earliest attempts to write a theoretical method for evidence within plays to help determine authorship or to help distinguish the work of one author from another.
Internal Evidence and Elizabethan Dramatic Authorship provides one the earliest attempts to write a theoretical method for evidence within plays to help determine authorship or to help distinguish the work of one author from another. Samuel Schoenbaum’s study remains valuable, for the attempt to attribute unattributed plays to one or another author remains an ongoing conversation within early modern.
Internal evidence and Elizabethan dramatic authorship: an essay in literary history and method. [S Schoenbaum] -- This book is one the earliest attempts to write a theoretical method for evidence within plays to help determine authorship or to help distinguish the work of one author from another.
Professor Schoenbaum's book presents a historical survey of inquiries into the authorship of anonymous Elizabethan plays as well as a discussion of the "major tests" using as a basis internal evidence, i.e. evidence provided by the dramatic.
R. Foakes, Shakespeare and Society; Shakespeare in the Light of Sacred Art; To Nevill Coghill from Friends; Internal Evidence and Elizabethan Dramatic Authorship; Measure for Measure as Royal Entertainment; Dualities in Shakespeare; The Osier Cage: Rhetorical Devices in Romeo and Juliet, English: Journal of the English Association, Vol Is SummerPages Author: R.
Foakes. Internal evidence regarding John, the son of Zebadiah. In the fourth Gospel, John, the son of Zebadiah, is mentioned only once. This single reference (John ) is indirect – he is not even mentioned by name, we infer his presence in the epithet 'the sons of Zebedee'.
If we follow the hint given in the portrait poem of the Shakespeare Folio and look to see what the internal evidence of the Shakespeare plays tells us about the author, we find that the author Shakespeare was a great poet and scholar, a Neoplatonic philosopher, a hermeticist and cabalist, a Cambridge alumnus, (13) an expert lawyer and member of.
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As Gleason L Archer states: “When all the data of the Pentateuchal text have been carefully considered, and all the evidence, both internal and external, has been fairly weighed, the impression is all but irresistible that Mosaic authorship is the one theory which best accords with the surviving historical data.
Stylometry is the application of the study of linguistic style, usually to written language, but it has successfully been applied to music and to fine-art paintings as well. Stylometry is often used to attribute authorship to anonymous or disputed documents.
It has legal as. The authorship issue first arose, not in modern times or the 19th century, but rather during Elizabethan times, even before Shakspere of Stratford's death in Scholars have identified dozens of expressions and indications of authorship doubt going back at least to the s.
Get this from a library. Internal evidence and Elizabethan dramatic authorship: an essay in literary history and method. [S Schoenbaum]. External evidence has the advantage of being less subject to the bias of the interpreter. Those who favor an early date for the book of Revelation, and who wish to minimize the external evidence in favor of a later date, would have us place a greater emphasis on internal evidence than external evidence.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. In an interview with this website, Bond said, “I suggest that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, wrote the sonnets – and the dedication at the beginning of the sonnets was a puzzle created for the recipient of the collection of ciphers fit the pattern of wordplay that was widely in evidence amongst writers during the Elizabethan era: they are simple in construction and all of Author: Lee Jamieson.
The Famous Victories of Henry V and The Taming of a Shrew were both published anonymously, and there is no record of the names of their authors either in Henslowe’s diary or anywhere else.
Nor has any effort to determine the authorship of either play on internal grounds proved : H.D. Sykes. Internal Evidence. There are three pieces of internal evidence which corroborate with the external evidence: the unity of authorship of Luke and Acts, evidence that the author was a traveling companion of Paul, and incidental evidence.
Unity of Authorship of Luke and Acts 8. There are five arguments which Guthrie uses to show common. The two main areas of evidence for determining the authorship of the book are internal and external.
Internal evidence is based on the contents of the book itself as set forth by the text and includes its self-claims, attributes, and grammatical signature. As we mentioned above, internal evidence is generally less reliable than external evidence.Authorship and evidence: a study of attribution and the Renaissance drama illustrated by the case of George Peele () /cLeonard R.
N. Ashley Authorship and sources of "Gentleness and nobility": a study in early Tudor drama, together with a text of the play based on the black-letter original.Internal Evidence and Elizabethan Dramatic Authorship () Essays Principally on Dramatic Theory and Form () Shakespeare's Lives (; 2nd ed., ) Shakespeare: A Documentary Life ().