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diary of Philip Henslowe

Philip Henslowe

diary of Philip Henslowe

from 1591 to 1609

by Philip Henslowe

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Published by Kraus Reprint in Nendeln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theater -- England -- London -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprinted from the original manuscript preserved at Dulwich college ; ed. by J. Payne Collier, esq.
    SeriesPublications / Shakespeare Society of London -- v. 7, Publications / Shakespeare Society of London -- no. 28, Publications (Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) : 1966) -- v. 7., Publications (Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) -- v. 28.
    ContributionsCollier, John Payne, 1789-1883
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiv, 290 p. ;
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22387526M

    Recent Additions. The original was returned to Dulwich after Malone's death. Henslowe's Diary. In Malone tried to borrow it, but it had been mislaid; in it was discovered and given into his charge.

    It was situated on the backsides between the river and Maid Lane. Henry Chettle was an English dramatist and miscellaneous writer of the Elizabethan era, best known for his pamphleteering. Cesarano, S. Henslowe died in in London, still actively involved in the theatre. Bankside is located on the southern bank of the River Thames, 1.

    There is no mention of William Shakespeare or for that matter Richard Burbage in Diary of Philip Henslowe book diary despite the forgeries of John Payne Collier ; this is due to the fact that Shakespeare and Burbage were during most of their career not connected to Henslowe's theatre. The last recorded event at the Beargarden was the baiting of "a fine but vicious horse" in Henslowe died in in London, still actively involved in the theatre. Foakes, R. An overseer of the poor was an official who administered poor relief such as money, food, and clothing in England and various other countries which derived their law from England such as the United States. In Henslowe built a new theatre, the Hopedesigned for plays as well as bearbaiting, on this site.


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The style and construction of the dagger is less certain, though many scholars contend it would have been an Elizabethan dagger, rather diary of Philip Henslowe book a more historically or geographically accurate one.

If a play was successful, Henslowe would commission a sequel. After James Burbage and Philip Henslowe, Langley was the third significant entrepreneurial figure active at the height of the development of English Renaissance theatre. In Henslowe's theaters were first produced many plays by the famous Elizabethan dramatists.

Julian M. Foakes, R. In Malone tried to borrow it, but it had been mislaid; in diary of Philip Henslowe book was discovered and given into his charge. These documents, later edited by W. Holders of these positions are ex officio members of the parish board, usually called a vestry, parochial church council, or in the case of a Cathedral parish the chapter.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, Cesarano, S. Now try to answer The diary begins covering Henslowe's theatrical activities for Henslowe married Woodward's widow, Agnes, and from lived in Southwarkopposite the Clink prison.

The city of Exeter is the county town. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Shakespeare Quarterly Henslowe's Diary, 2nd ed. The name 'Lindfield' means 'open land with lime trees.

Robert Wilson, was an Elizabethan dramatist who worked primarily in the s and s. The history of the diary[ edit ] The papers first came to critical attention inwhen Edmond Malone requested them from the Dulwich College library; the papers had been misplaced and were not found until For years, it lay ignored in a chest, until the scholar Edmund Malone recognized its importance.

Julian M. Henslowe had an interest in the suburban Newington Butts Theatre in and, later, in the Swan Theatre in the Paris Garden at the western end of the Bankside.

Access options available:. Best known for his central role in the construction of the Globe Theatre, he was for four decades a significant agent in the success and endurance of Shakespeare's company, the King's Men.

The Beargarden or Bear Pit was the facility for bear-baiting, bull-baiting, and other "animal sports" in the London area during the 16th and 17th centuries, from the Elizabethan era to the English Restoration period.

John Taylorthe "Water Poet", petitioned the King on behalf of the Watermen's Companybecause of the expected loss of business transporting theatre patrons across the Thames.

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Successive companies played in it under Henslowe's financial management between and Oxford: Oxford University Press, Kain explain: "Maps are children of their times. Chambers, E.Dec 09,  · In Elizabethan England, much of what we know about how theaters were operated comes from the diary of a man who ran dozens of theaters diary of Philip Henslowe book Shakespeare’s lifetime: Philip Henslowe.

Henslowe was enterprising and ambitious, setting up the Bear Garden for diary of Philip Henslowe book baiting, and establishing the Rose, the Fortune, and the Hope theaters, among others. Philip Henslowe (c. - January 6, ) was an Elizabethan theatrical entrepreneur and tjarrodbonta.comwe's modern reputation rests on the survival of his "Diary", a primary source for information about the theatrical world of Renaissance London.

Other articles where Diary is discussed: Philip Henslowe: Henslowe’s famous Diary is one of the most important sources for the English theatrical history of the time. It is actually a manuscript book of miscellaneous accounts and memoranda, playhouse receipts, payments to playwrights, loans or advances to players, payments for materials, costumes, and so on.

It.Philip Henslowe was born in Lindfield; his father was master of pdf game at Ashdown Forest and Broyle Park in eastern Sussex, his sister Margaret was married to Ralph Hogg the Sussex iron master of Buxted, and his brother John was Hogg's office manager.Philip Henslowe (c.

- January 6, ) was an Elizabethan theatrical entrepreneur and tjarrodbonta.comwe's modern reputation rests on the survival of his "Diary", a primary source for information about the theatrical world of Renaissance London.This banner text can have markup.

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