1 edition of A Looking Glasse, for London and Englande found in the catalog.
by and to be solde by William Barley, at his shop in Gratious streete., Issued for subscribers by John S. Farmer in London Printed by Thomas Creede, [Amersham, Eng
Written in English
|Statement||Made by Thomas Lodge, Gentleman, and Robert Greene In Artibus Magister|
|Series||Old English drama. Students" facsimile edition, Old English drama|
|Contributions||Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l.,  p.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||16000181|
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A Looking Glasse, for London and Englande Paperback – January 1, by Thomas Lodge (Author)Author: Thomas Lodge. A Looking-Glass for London and England [Greene, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Looking-Glass for London and EnglandCited by: A Looking Glasse for London and England Hardcover – Aug by Thomas Lodge (Author)Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lodge, Thomas.
Looking glasse for London and England. [Amersham, Eng.]: Issued for subscribers by the editor of the Tudor facsimile texts, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lodge, Thomas. Looking glasse for London and England.
New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lodge, Thomas. Looking glasse for London and England. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow Press, ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: ed. issued A Looking Glasse series: The Tudor facsimile texts.
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National Emergency Library. Top A looking glasse for London and England by Lodge, Thomas, ?; Greene, Robert. Publication date PublisherPages: Some sections have a running title of "Looking-glasse, for London and England" while most others have "Looking glasse, for London and England." STC (2nd ed.) Greg Pforzheimer ESTC Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy imperfect: A1 (blank) and leaves I2-I4.
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Abstract. Two pages on each tat (negative).British of access: InternetAuthor:. Thomas Lodge. Excerpt from A Looking Glasse for London and England: Play, staged by Lord Strange's company in March (greene died Sept, ) was licensed for press in schedules copies of this edition as in the Devonshire, British Museum, and Bridgewater Libraries, c/5(5).
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Close section A Looking Glass for London and England. INTRODUCTION TO LOOKING GLASSE; Facsimile title pages DRAMATIS PERSONAE; Close section A LOOKING GLASS FOR LONDON AND ENGLAND.
Close section ACT I. Scene I. Scene II. Scene III.) Close section ACT II. Scene I. Scene II. Scene III. Close section ACT III. Scene I. A Looking Glass for London and England is an Elizabethan era stage play, a collaboration between Thomas Lodge and Robert Greene. Recounting the Biblical story of Jonah and the fall of Nineveh, the play is a noteworthy example of the survival of the Medieval morality play style of drama in the period of English Renaissance theatre.
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A looking-glass for London and England, Volume 65 Thomas Lodge, Robert Greene Printed for the Malone society at the Oxford university press, - Drama - 70 pages2/5(1). Diabetes Through the Looking Glass: Seeing diabetes from your child's perspective: A Book for Parents of Children with Diabetes by Dr Rachel Besser | 27 Jul out of 5 stars Alphonsus, King of Arragon--A looking-glass for London and England--Orlando Furioso--Frios Bacon and Frios Bungay--James the Fourth--George-a-Greene, the Pages: London is the largest city of the UK, the largest city of Europe and the 27th largest city of the World.
It is the capital of England. The city is located on the Thames River. London is divided into 33 districts: 1. City of London 2. City of Westminster 3. Kensington and Chelsea 4. Hammersmith and Fulham 5. Wandsworth 6. Lambeth. Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (also known as Alice Through the Looking-Glass or simply Through the Looking-Glass) is an novel by Lewis Carroll and the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ().
Alice again enters a fantastical world, this time by climbing through a mirror into the world that she can see beyond : Lewis Carroll.A Looking Glass for London and England (sed orthographia antiqua A Looking Glasse for London and England) est ludus scaenicus moralis de Londinii vitiis, a Thoma Lodge et Roberto Greene anno primum editus.
Editiones. A Looking Glasse for London and by Thomas Lodge Gentleman, and Robert Greene in artibus magister. Londinii: Thomas Creede, William Barley.Looking Glass Books, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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