The hystorye, sege and dystruccyon of Troye
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The hystorye, sege and dystruccyon of Troye by John Lydgate

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Published by Printed by Richard Pynson in [London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Troy (Extinct city) -- Romances.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesTroy book.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 133:2.
ContributionsColonne, Guido delle, 13th cent., Benoît, de Sainte-More, 12th cent.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[324] p.
Number of Pages324
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18471453M

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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The hystorye, sege and dystruccyon of Troye () at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.1/5(1). Richard Pynson printed the first edition of Troy Book in , under the title The hystorye / sege and dystruccyon of Troye (STC ). As A. S. G. Edwards and Carol M. Meale note, Pynson's edition was printed at the command of Henry VIII to manipulate public opinion in his first French compaign (p. 99). The Folger's pres holdings of Lydgate Troy Book. The hystorye, sege and dystruccyon of Troye. [London: Printed by Richard Pynson, ] Not complete, Gathering †2 and sigs. ²D in facsimile. Manuscripts: This long poem exists in more than twenty manuscripts; Henry Bergen's text () is based on British Library MS. Cotton Augustus , collated with British Library MS. Arundel 99 and Bodleian Library MSS. Digby and Digby First publication: The hystorye, Sege and dystruccyon of Troye (London.

The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, Raoul Lefevre; translated by William Caxton (c. ) Metamorphoses, Ovid; translated by Arthur Golding () - Books XII - XIII Possible source: The Hystorye Sege and Dystruccyon of Troye, John Lydgate () Analogue. Shakespeare's Sources for Troilus and Cressida From Troilus and William J. Rolfe. New York: American Book Co. If Shakespeare did not draw his materials from some earlier play, he probably took "the love-story" from Chaucer's Troilus and Cresseide, and "the camp story" from the Recuyell of the historyes of Troye, translated and drawen out of frenshe into englishe by W. Caxton, John Lydgate. Lydgate is a most voluminous writer. The Falls of Princes alone comprises stanzas; and his authentic compositions reach the enormous total of , lines. He certainly possessed extraordinary versatility, which enabled him to turn from elaborate epics to quite popular poems like the "Mumming at Herdord," "A Ditty of Wamenkr Horns," and "London Lickpenny.". It took Lydgate eight years, relying mostly on Guido delle Colonne’s Historia Troiana (c. ), to construct The Hystorye, Sege, and Dystruccyon of Troye, a long epic of thirty thousand lines.

Henry and his lawyers claimed that the genealogies in ‘old chronicles’ were as powerful as the law. 7 Henry VIII commands the first printed edition of The Troye Book in (when it becomes ‘The hystorye sege and dystruccyon of Troye’ 8) to help sway public opinion in his first French campaign. accessing the record of Europe's book heritage. Query: Search thesaurus/cnp wahrscheinlich nicht identisch mit Guido DelleColonne (um /80) Historyk, kronikarz i poeta ; pochodził z Sycylii. The faythfull and true storye of the destruction of Troye. - The hystorye sege and dystruccyon of Troye. - Related Records. John Lydgate, The Hystorye / Sege and Dystruccyon of Troye (London, ), 1: sig. C4-C6. In the Folger Library copy of STC , the illustration appears on sig. C4. In the Folger Library copy of STC , the illustration appears on sig. : Geraldo U. de Sousa. John Lydgate, Troy Book: The Hystorye Sege and Dystruccyon of Troye, Raoul Lefevre, The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, trans. William Caxton, top.