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The Tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octauia

The Tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octauia

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementdone by Samvel Brandon ; 1598 ; London, Printed for William Ponsonbye, and are to be soulde at his shop in S. Paules Churchyarde.
SeriesOld English drama. Students" facsimile edition, Old English drama, Library of English literature -- LEL 40005.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[65] p.
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13561442M
OCLC/WorldCa16879702

Comedy - Comedy - Sentimental comedy of the 17th and 18th centuries: The Restoration comic style collapsed around the end of the 17th century, when the satiric vision gave place to a sentimental one. Jeremy Collier’s Short view of the Profaneness and Immorality of the English Stage, published in , signaled the public opposition to the real or fancied improprieties of . Then the figure is reconstituted at the end of the play in the hybrid plot of tragicomedy, in which the virtuous are rewarded and the vicious punished on a stage that mingles clowns and kings. Like Shakespeare’s problem plays, however, the resolution of the figure of stigma is riddled with lingering questions, resulting in an awkward or.

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Octavia Praetexta book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book 3/5(7). Samuel Brandon’s Tragicomedy of the Virtuous Octavia and Letters of Octavia and Antony, a critical edition. JURIED PUBLICATIONS. Author, “‘That which Marreth All’: Constancy and Gender in The Virtuous Octavia,” Medieval and Renaissance Drama in .


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Label pasted on front end-paper: The virtuous Octavia, by Samuel Brandon. Date of only known edition, (Dyce collection, South Kensington) Reproduced in facsimile (Tudor facsimile texts) Description: 65 unnumbered pages ; 24 cm. Series Title: Old English drama. Other Titles: Virtuous Octavia Vertuous Octauia: Responsibility.

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Extended title: The tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octauia.: Done by Samuel Brandon. Alternate titles: Vertuous Octavia, Tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octavia, Tragicomoedie of the vertuous Octauia, Tragicomoedie of the vertuous Octavia.

Original t.p. reads: The Tragicomoedi of the virtuous Octavia. Done by Samuel Brandon London, Printed for William Ponsonbye and are to be soulde at his shop in S. Paules Churchyarde. Description: [73] pages 29 cm: Series Title: Tudor facsimile texts.

Other Titles: Tragicomoedi of the virtuous Octavia: Responsibility. The Virtuous Octauia [Brandon, Samuel Fl ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Virtuous Octauia.

The tragicomoedi of The vertuous Octauia / By active Samuel Brandon. Abstract. Label pasted on front end-paper: The virtuous Octavia, by Samuel Brandon.

Date of only known edition, (Dyce collection, South Kensington) Reproduced in facsimile (Tudor facsimile texts) Each page of facsimile reproduces 2 pages of the t.

Available for non-commercial, internal use by students, staff, and faculty at the University of Michigan for academic and research purposes inaries ribed from: The Tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octauia.

Done by Samvel Brandon. London: Printed for William Ponsonbye [etc.], English verse drama database. Original title: The tragi comoedi of the vertuous Octauia. Done by Samvel Brandon. Followed by two letters (in verse) between Octavia and Antony, dedicated to "Mistresse Mary Thinne." Prepared by Ronald B.

McKerrow and the general editor W. Greg.". Excerpt from The Virtuous Octavia, Bearing the yoake of endlefie miferie Faire baites of time which dooth vs all deuourq Now raifde aloft in honors higheft feate, Yet in that height farre {hort of fweete content, Now, throwne downe headlong, be we nere fo great, 30 In gulfe of greefe, which we may not : Samuel Brandon.

This article reports on the play "The Virtuous Octavia," by Samuel Brandon, and the role of women in it. The article discusses the play in relation to the feminine ideal of the Christian Stoic, noting its role as a model for women in literature and drama.

Information is also provided on constancy, suffering, and verse. John Lydgate asserts this in the first book of the Falls of Princes (written –38). See also F.N. Robinson, explanatory notes to The Complete Works, p. ;David Wallace, Chaucerian Polity, pp.

Samuel Brandon, The Tragicomoedi of the Vertuous Octavia (). The play reads very like Mary Sidney’s translation of Robert Garnier’s Samuel Brandon, The Tragicomedy of the Vertuous Antonius () or Lady Elizabeth Cary’s Octavia, ed.

McKerrow (Oxford, ), lines – All subsequent references to this edition in parentheses The Tragedy of Miriam: The Fair Queen of in the text.

The tragedie of Alceste and Eliza As it is found in Italian, in La Croce racquistata. Collected, and translated into English, in the same verse, and number, by Fr. Gent. At the request of the right vertuous lady, the Lady Anne Wingfield Braddon, Laurence, d. / []. Nothing is known of Brandon, except that he was the author of The Tragi-comœdi of the Virtuous Octavia.

This, his one play, is described by John Joseph Knight in the first edition of The Dictionary of National Biography as "a work of some merit and of considerable value and rarity.". Sidney's transformation of Cleopatra from the two-dimensionality of conduct books and antitypes to the full-bodied complexity of a sympathetic character.

The series of plays that followed Sidney's translation, including Samuel Daniel's Tragedy of Cleopatra (), Samuel Brandon's Tragicomedy of the Virtuous Octavia (), Shakespeare's.

(Faerie Queene 5) and Samuel Brandon’s The Tragicomoedi of the Vertuous Octavia (), whose Antony suggests the Earl of Essex. In Daniel’s A Letter from Octavia to Marcus Antonius (), Antony could represent the great Elizabethan privateer, the Earl of Cumberland. ‘‘In the profoundly muddied political waters of the late.

Samuel Brandon's dramatization of his relationship with Octavia hinges on the fact that Antony halts Octavia's journey to him at Athens by sending her letters; Brandon even composed a fictional pair of letters between husband and wife on this emotionally fraught occasion, while Samuel Daniel similarly confected "A Letter sent from Octauia to her husband.

The Octavia figure, in classical sources as well as in Renaissance representations, epitomizes the long-suffering and long-virtuous wife of a philandering husband, an epitome of direct consequence for the dedicatees of Brandon's, Daniel's, and Greville's works.

The Virtuous Octavia (Classic Reprint) [Brandon, Samuel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Virtuous Octavia (Classic Reprint).7. "The Virtuous Octavia." By Professor Arthur M. Charles, of Earlham College. [The Virtuous Octavia entered on Stationers' Register () as a Tragicomedy done by Samuel Brandon.

Author possibly of Lady Pembroke's circle. His drama apparently a companion piece to her Mark Antony and to Daniel's Cleopatra. Shows Senecan influence.The tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octauia. Done by Samuel Brandon. The second and third books containing a practical improvement (parallel-wise) of several of the most frequent and useful metaphors, allegories, and express similitudes of the Old and New Testament / by B.K.