3 edition of tragedy of Tancred and Gismund found in the catalog.
by Issued for subscribers by the editor of the Tudor facsimile texts in [London]
Written in English
|Other titles||Tancred and Gismund.|
|Statement||by Robert Wilmot and others.|
|Series||Tudor facsimile texts, Tudor facsimile texts|
|Contributions||R. W. fl. 1568-1608.|
|LC Classifications||PR3190.W63 T3 1592a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
Appius and Virginia, a Tragedy and Robert Wilmot’s The Tragedy of Tancred and Gismund were taken from Painter’s book, and it was also the source for William Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens and All’s Well That Ends Well (and probably for details in Romeo and Juliet and The Rape of Lucrece), for Philip Massinger’s The Maid of Honour and The Picture, and for James Shirley’s . Tancred ( – December 5 or Decem ) was an Italo-Norman leader of the First Crusade who later became Prince of Galilee and regent of the Principality of Antioch. Tancred came from the house of Hauteville and had a great-grandfather with the same name.
Tancred and Gismund (Gismond variant spelling) is an English Elizabethan play published in It is a revised version of Gismund of Salerne, a play that was written and produced for the queen in by the gentlemen of the Inner Temple. The earliest extant English play derived from an Italian novel, each act of the five acts was produced by. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. True Democracy Contrasted with False Democracy: Or, Gen. L. Harrison's Cause Vindicated. The Tragedy of Tancred and Gismund. avg rating — 0 ratings — 10 editions.
Tancred and Sigismunda. A tragedy By Mr. James Thomson. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. The dedicatees of Tancred and Gismund are 'the L. Marie Peter & the Ladie Anne Graie', (24) and Webbe signs the dedicatory epistle 'from Pyrgo in Essex', where he seems to have served as tutor. (25) Wilmot's choice of these women may have been partly dictated by his ambitions as a clergyman in Essex.
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Item Preview. PR W63T3 a T PRINTED FOR THE MALONE SOCIETY BY FREDERICK HALL AT THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS THE TRAGEDY OF TANCRED AND GISMUND THE MALONE SOCIETY REPRINTS PR.
This reprint of Tancred and Gismwd has been pre- pared under the direction of the General Editor. Oct. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. The tragedy of Tancred and Gismund. TRAGEDIE cf Tancred and Gifmund, COMPILED BY THE GEN- demcn of the Inner Templc,and by them pre- fentcd before her M aiestie.
Tfervly nuiued and foil feed according to the decorum ofthejc dates. By R.W*7f>T at. ■., 0>* LONDON) Printed by Thomas Scarlet,and are to be/olde by R,Robinibn. 15 p 2. Title page of the second edition of The Tragedie of Tancred and Gismund, published in Tancred and Gismund (Gismond variant spelling) is an English Elizabethan play published in It is a revised version of Gismund of Salerne, a play that was written and produced for the queen in by the gentlemen of the Inner Temple.
THE tragedy of Tancred and Gismund, the story of the cruel father and inauspicious stars, has been known for long; it was printed in the Dodsley, and has in more recent times had an appeal to scholars not only from its position in the development of English.
"The abbreviated names of five different writers are appended to the five acts of the printed text. They are Rod. Staf[ford]., Hen. No[el., G. Al., Ch.
Hat[ton]., and R. W[ilmot]" facsimile reproductions of original title-pages ( and ) and of sig. *3 recto and A2 verso. Original title: The Tragedie of Tancred and Gismund. Original title: The Tragedie of Tancred and Gismund. Compiled By The Gentlemen of the Inner Temple, and by them presented before her Maistie.
Newly reuiued and polished according to the decorum of these daies. Tancred; or, The New Crusade is a novel by Benjamin Disraeli, first published by Henry Colburn in three volumes.
Together with Coningsby () and Sybil () it forms a sequence sometimes called the Young England trilogy. It shares a number of characters with the earlier novels, but unlike them is concerned less with the political and social condition of England.
Original ed. published in under title: The tragedie of Tancred and Gismund. Description:  pages 25 cm: Series Title: Tudor facsimile texts.
Responsibility: by R(obert) W(ilmot) and others. Issued for subscribers by the editor of the Tudor facsimile texts, The tragedy of Tancred and Gismund. By active R. (Robert Wilmot), Sir Christopher Hatton and Henry Noel. Abstract "The epistle dedicatorie" is signed Robert Wilmot.
From the initials given at the end of each act, it appears that Act II was by Henry Noel, Act. IV by Christopher Hatton, and Act V by Wilmot; the. Label pasted on front end-paper reads: Tancred and Gismund, by R. Wilmot and others.
Date of earliest known edition, Reproduced in facsimile (Tudor facsimile text) Imprint from record for MnU copy in NUC pre Imprint of original: London, Printed by Thomas Scarlet, and are to be solde by R.
Robinson. Description. The Tragedy of Tancred and Gismund. av W W Greg, Robert Wilmot, Rod Stafford. Inbunden Engelska, Köp. Spara som favorit Skickas inom vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner. Additional Physical Format: Print version: R.W. (Robert Wilmot), active Tragedy of Tancred and Gismund. [London]: Issued for subscribers by.
Title of original: The Tragedie of Tancred and Gismund. Compiled by the Gentlemen of the Inner Temple, and by them presented before her Majestie. Newly reuiued and polished according to the decorum of these daies. By R.W.
London, Printed by Thomas Scarlet, and are to be solde by R. Robinson. Written:. The Tragedie of Tancred and Gismund. By active R. W. (Robert Wilmot), Sir Christopher Hatton and Henry Noel.
Abstract "The epistle dedicatorie" is signed Robert Wilmot. From the initials given at the end of each act, it appears that Act II was by Henry Noel, Act IV by Christopher Hatton, and Act V by Wilmot; the.Tancred and Sigismunda.
A tragedy As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Written by Mr. Thomson. by: Thomson, James, Published: () Tancred and Sigismunda. A tragedy Written by James Thomson, Esq taken from the manager's book, at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane.
by: Thomson, James, Tancrède was a departure from some of the other norms of French tragedy established by Racine. Until all of Voltaire's tragedies had been written in rhyming Alexandrine couplets, the normal form of dramatic poetry in the French theatre of the time.