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stage-players complaint

stage-players complaint

In a pleasant dialogue between Cane of the Fortune, and Reed of the Friers. Deploring their sad and solitary conditions for want of imployment. In this heavie and contagious time of the plague in London. London, Printed for Tho: Bates, and are to be sold at his shop in the Old-Bailey. 1641.

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Published in (London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cane, Andrew, -- fl. 1641.,
  • Reed, Immanuel, -- fl. 1641.,
  • Theater -- England -- London.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19362045M

      Bates, “The Stage-players Complaint: In a Pleasant Dialogue Betweene Cane of the Fortune, and Reed of the Friers, Deploring Their Sad and Solitary Conditions for Want of Imployment, in this Heavie and Contagious Time of the Plague in London”, Compare West Frisian hoe kom (“how come”), Dutch hoe komt het (“how come it; why”). His fame led to non-theatrical expressions: in a pamphlet titled The Stage Players Complaint was printed, which portrays Cane and another famous clown, Timothy Read, exchanging witticisms on the issues of the day, and talking up the worth and value of playacting. Goldsmith [ edit ].

    "The Joyful Wisdom," written in , just before "Zarathustra," is rightly judged to be one of Nietzsche's best books. Here the essentially grave and masculine face of the poet-philosopher is seen to light up and suddenly break into a delightful smile.   In , the most common reason for challenges was sexuality: six out of the top ten challenged books received complaints for issues of sexuality (four contained LGBT characters, one was a sex education book for children, and one had sexually explicit material).

    , The Stage-Players Complaint, London: Tho. Bates, page 4 ; republished as Charles Hindley, editor, The Old Book Collector's Miscellany: or, a Collection of Readable Reprints of Literary Rarities, Illustrative of the History, Literature, Manners and Biography of the English Nation During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, volume 3, London: Reeves & Turner, The rest of the First Book was given to an argument upon the Dignity of Learning; and the Second Book, on the Advancement of Learning, is, as Bacon himself described it, “a general and faithful perambulation of learning, with an inquiry what parts thereof lie fresh and waste, and not improved and converted by the industry of man; to the end.


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THE STAGE-PLAYERS COMPLAINT. IN A pleasant Dialogue betweene C A N E of the Fortune, and R E E D of the Friers. Deploring their sad and solitary conditions for want of Imployment. In this heavie and Contagious time of the Plague in LONDON. LONDON, Printed for THO: BATES, and are to be sold at his shop in the Old-Bailey.

The Stage-players Complaint, A Dialogue Betweene Cane Of The Fortune, And Reed Of The FriersPrice: $ The Stage-players complaint: in a pleasant dialogue betweene Cane of the Fortune, and Reed of the Friers, deploring their sad and solitary conditions for want of imployment, in this heavie and contagious time of the plague in London.

The Stage-Players Complaint. In a pleasant Dialogue betweene Cane of the Fortune, and Reed of the Friers. Deploring their sad & solitary conditions for want of Imployment. In this heavie and contagious time of the Plague in London. His book is the last of the series which we have to note.

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Author: San Francisco Public Library. Whereas the Acts of Stage-Playes, Interludes, and common Playes, condemned by ancient Heathens, and much less to be tolerated amongst Professors of the Christian Religion is the occasion of many and sundry great vices and disorders, tending to the high provocation of Gods wrath and displeasure, which lies heavy upon this Kingdom, and to the Author: David Malinsky.

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The publisher and general editor is Risa Bear, now retired from the University of Oregon. “Books written by adults intended for an adult audience generally don’t get challenges,” said Deborah Caldwell-Stone, deputy director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom.

“But in regards to books intended for young people there is a great deal of dispute.