1. Certayne notes of instruction in English verse. 1575. 2. The steele glas ... 1576. 3. The complaynt of Philomene ... 1576. Preceded by George Whetstone"s A remembrance of the well imployed life, and godly end of George Gascoigne, Esquire, &c. by Gascoigne, George

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Other titlesSteele glas., Complaynt of Philomene.
StatementCarefully edited by Edward Arber.
SeriesEnglish reprints,, v. 3 [no. 11]
ContributionsWhetstone, George, 1544?-1587?
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LC ClassificationsPR3328.B5 A7 1966
The Physical Object
Pagination119 p.
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5339730M
LC Control Number72193394

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Other articles where Certayne notes of Instruction is discussed: literary criticism: The Renaissance: Gascoigne’s “Certayne notes of Instruction” (), the first English manual of versification, had a considerable effect on poetic practice in the Elizabethan Age. Sidney’s Defence of Poesie () vigorously argued the poet’s superiority to the philosopher and the historian on the.

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London: [A. Murray], (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The critical literature on George Gascoigne suffers from a serious omission: there has been no attempt to apply Gascoigne's Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English, written at the request of Master Edouardo Donati¹ to any extended portion of his poetry, in a thorough way, toward an interpretative end.

That a poet's poetics would not be so applied to his. Excerpt from English Reprints: 1. Certayne Notes of Instruction in English Verse, ;, 2. The Steele Glas;, 3. The Complaynt of Philomene Dramatique) prior to Milton's Paradise Lost.

(never published the impression all but four copies having been burnt] See. Gascoigne's theory of metrical composition is explained in a short critical treatise, "Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English, written at the request of Master Edouardo Donati," prefixed to his Posies ().

Certayne notes of instruction in English verse 2. The steele glas 3. The complaynt of Philomene Preceded by George Whetstone's A remembrance of the well imployed life, and godly end of George Gascoigne, Esquire.

Author. Walter Raleigh. Transcription Source. George Gascoigne, ne Notes of Instruction in English Verse. The Steele Glas.

George Gascoigne, The Posies of George Gascoigne Esquire, the second, very expanded edition of A Hundreth Sundrie Flowres ; includes "The Fruits of Warre" (the author's longest poem}) and "Certayne Notes of Instruction Concerning the Making of Verse or Ryme in English" (see also The Whole Woorkes ) John Rolland, The Court of Venus.

Pleasant Tale of Hemetes the Heremite () Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English, written at the request of Master Edouardo Donati () A Remembrance of the wel-imployed life and godly end of George Gaskoigne, Esquire ().

"Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English, written at the request of Master Edouardo Donati," prefixed to his Posies (). He acknowledged Chaucer as his master, and differed from the earlier poets of the school of Surrey and Wyatt chiefly in the added smoothness and sweetness of his verse.

Certayne notes of instruction in English verse, The steele glas, The complaynt of Philomene, Preceded by George Whetstone's A remembrance of the well employed life, and godly end of George Gascoigne, esquire.

CERTAYNE NOTES OF INSTRUCTION Gascoigne had done much in his practice to establish this new norm, and it is interesting GEORGE GASCOIGNE’s Certayne Notes of that in seeking an example of previous practice Instruction, published in in the author’s he should look to a volume in which perhaps Posies, is the first printed work of English ver- the key institutor of the new iambic pattern.

George Gascoigne (ca. ) is perhaps best known for his essay "Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the Making of Verse or Rhyme in English," considered to be the first formal discussion. Vol. 2 contains reprints, including the original titles of (1) Certayne notes of instruction concerning the making of verse or rhyme in English.

From the poesies of George Gascoigne London, (2) A discourse of English poetrie By VVilliam VVebbe London, (3) The essayes of prentise, in the devine art of poesie. George Gascoigne (ca. ) is perhaps best known for his essay "Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the Making of Verse or Rhyme in English," considered to be the first formal.

Roger Ascham—‘Of Imitation’: The Scholemaster (Book II). George Gascoigne—Certayne Notes of Instruction. George Whetstone—The Dedication to Promos and Cassandra. Thomas Lodge—A Defence of Poetry. Spenser-Harvey Correspondence: Letters on. Certayne notes of instruction in English verse (), 2.

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Edited by Edward Arber by/5(8). Arber, Edward, Certayne notes of instruction in English verse ; The steele glas ; The complaynt of Philomene ; preceded by George Whetstone's A remembrance of the well imployed life, and godly end of George Gascoigne / (London: [A.

Murray], ), also by George Gascoigne and George Whetstone (page images at. Arts of poetry for English and Scottish versifying written in the second half of the sixteenth century were the first to discuss the caesura. George Gascoigne writes about the caesura in his Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English ().

In lines of ten syllables, Gascoigne says the caesura should come. (1)?An evaluative term for a short poem in various forms. George Gascoigne is the first to use the term ‘Rithme royal’ in a work ofCertayne Notes of Instruction Concerning the Making of Verse or Ryme in English.

Post navigation. Between the composition of the Old English poem Cædmon’s Hymn (late seventh century) and the publication of George Gascoigne’s Certayne Notes of Instruction Concerning the Making of Verse or Ryme in English (), poets practiced but evidently did not theorize English prosody.

(Modern poets’ continuous proselytizing letters, essays, and. George Gascoigne (certayne Notes of Instruction) 46 George Whetstone (the Dedication to Promos and Cassandra) 1.

Certayne Notes of Instruction in English Verse. The Steele Glas 3. The Complaynt of Philomene Preceded by George Whetstone's A Remembrance of the Well Imployed Life, and Godly End of George Gascoigne, Esquire, Volume 2.

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"The Lullabie of a Lover", line 1; p. Full many wanton babes have I. The Queen's Majesty's entertainment at Woodstock, from the unique fragment of the edition ofincluding the Tale of Hemetes the hermit, and a comedy in verse: remembrance of the well imployed life: Sammlung: Selected poems: with "certayne notes of instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English" The spoyle of Antwerpe.

Printed at London, for Richard Smith, and are to be tolde at the North West Doore of PauPt church. The first notice concerning poetry in this country is seen at the end of Gascoigne's poems published in ; and again with his works inwas printed Certayne Notes of Instruction eoncermng the making of Verse.

British Rlys [Railways] issued at Swansea [Wales] Bray to Fishguard via Rosslare. Third Cls. [Class] fare. For conditions see back. 4 August. Gascoigne’s “ Certayne notes of Instruction” (), the first English manual of versification, had a considerable effect on poetic practice in the Elizabethan Age.

Sidney’s Defence of Poesie () vigorously argued the poet’s superiority to the philosopher and the historian on the grounds that his imagination is chained neither to.Early life.

Robert Persons was born at Nether Stowey, Somerset to yeoman parents. Through the favour of local parson named John Hayward, a former monk, he was educated in at St. Mary's Hall, completing his degrees with distinction, he became a fellow and tutor at Balliol in Bysshe's pragmatic focus recalls that of the Elizabethans: the very first account of English metre, George Gascoigne's Certayne Notes of Instruction Concerning the Making of Verse or Ryme in English (), was centred like Bysshe's on the problem of acceptable variation.

Gascoigne illustrated the difference with the pair 1a and 1b, observing.

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