The history of graund Amoure and la bel Pucel, called the Pastime of pleasure
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The history of graund Amoure and la bel Pucel, called the Pastime of pleasure conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, [and] the course of mans lyfe in this worlde. Inuented by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth, his chamber. by Stephen Hawes

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Published by In forster lane, by [W. Copland for] Ihon Waley] in [Imprinted at London .
Written in English


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Other titlesPastime of pleasure.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 465:6.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[226] p.
Number of Pages226
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18855895M

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  The history of graund amoure and la bel pucell, called the. Home; The history of graund amoure and la bel pucell, called the   History of Graund Amoure and La Bel Pucell Hawes, Stephen With reproduction of t.p. of the edition of The history of Graund Amoure and La Bel Pucell, called The Pastime of pleasure, conteynyng the knowledge of the seven sciences, and the course of mans life in this worlde. Invented by Stephen Hawes Anno Domini Edited by Thomas Wright. Description: xii, pages 20 cm: Series Title:   Source for MS Og fol. 3v: image of a humanoid scorpion in Stephen Hawes, The history of graund Amoure and la bel Pucel, called the Pastime of pleasure (London, ) In other cases, a leaf or two appear in UCL’s version that are missing from the Trevelyon miscellany because they were apparently removed at some ://

  The History of Graund Amoure and La Bel Pucel, called The Pastime of Pleasure, Conteynyng the Knowledge of the Seven Sciences, and the Course of Mans Life in this Worlde. Invested by Stephen Hawes, Grome of Kyng Henry the Seventh his chamber. Anno Domini, [Richard Tottel.] The Pastime of Pleasure: An Allegorical :// Hawes, Stephen, The history of graund Amoure and la bel Pucel, called the Pastime of pleasure conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, [and] the course of mans lyfe in this worlde. Inuented by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth, his chamber, [Imprinted at London: In forster lane, by (W. Copland for) Ihon Waley], Anno domini ?recID=   The History of Graund Amoure and La Bel Pucell, called The Pastime of Pleasure: Conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, and the course of mans lyfe in this worlde]. London: At the sygne of the Sonne, by Wynken de Worde, ; London: W. Copland for Rychard Tottell, ; The Pastime of Pleasure: An allegorical poem. London: T. Richards The title of his poem is almost as universally unknown as his name, and is as follows. "The history of GRAUNDE AMOURE and LA BEL PUCEL, called the PASTIME OF PLEASURE; contayning the knowledge of the seven sciences, and the course of man's lyfe in this worlde. Invented by Stephen Hawes, grome of Kyng Henry the seventh his chamber."?&textsid=

  Hawes's earliest and most important work, ‘The Passetyme of Pleasure, or the History of Graunde Amoure and la Bel Pucel, conteining the Knowledge of the Seven Sciences and the Course of Man's Life in this Worlde,’ was first printed by Wynkyn de Worde in A copy of this edition is at Ham House, Surrey, in the library of the Earl of ://,_/Hawes,_Stephen. said, for pastime and pleasure, which, as some say, were made in monasteries by idle monks or wanton canons: as one, for example, _Morte Arthure_, the whole pleasure of which book standeth in two special points, in open manslaughter and bold bawdry. This is good stuff for wise men to laugh at or honest men to take pleasure at. Yet I know when The beginning therefore of my history, were it to be told by an historiographer, should be in the twelfth book, which is the last; where I devise, that the FAERIE QUEENE held her annual feast twelve days; upon which twelve several days, the occasion of twelve several adventures hap∣pened: Page 10 which being undertaken by twelve several ?rgn=main;view=fulltext. Guest post by Brigitte Webster, owner of Tudor and 17th Century Experience. Most of us have admired a Tudor garden which often accompanies a great Tudor House or Palace. It is only when you start looking into the history of early Tudor gardens, that you learn that what is being sold to us as a Tudor garden is actually only the Victorian or early 20th century perception of what a Tudor garden