2 edition of Histrio-Mastix found in the catalog.
by Printed by E.A. and W.I. for Michael Sparke, (and are to be sold at the blue Bible, in Greene Arbour, in little Old Bayly in London
Written in English
|Other titles||The players scovrge.|
|Statement||Wherein it is largely evidenced, by divers Arguments...That Stage-playes... are sinfull, heathenish, lowde, ungodly Spectacles, and most pernicious Corruptions...By William Prynne, an Vtter-Barrester of Lincolnes Inne.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(32), 1006, (40) p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1006|
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In fact, it was possible to read an index first, or even instead of the book. Something like this happened in the case of Histrio-mastix, a massive anti-theatrical treatise by the Puritan polemicist William Prynne (Item 1). An entry in the concluding index or "table" cost Prynne his ears. Peter Helland talks about the books by William Prynne and John Witherspoon that sharply condemn the theatre and everything attached to it. Prynne wrote his page book Histrio-Mastix, The.
spiritual health He did so in his book by condemning ‘‘all popular, festive, and dramatic entertainments that furthered the work of the Devil.’’24 Prynne’s misfortune in the case of Histrio-mastix, from Cressy’s perspective, was that ‘‘William Laud, at this time still bishop of London, 4 Press Censorship in Caroline EnglandFile Size: KB. A Puritan censor morum, born near Bath, bred to the bar; wrote a book or pamphlet called "Histrio-Mastix, or the Player's Scourge," against the stage, for which and a reflection in it against the virtue of the queen he was brought before the Star Chamber in , sentenced to the pillory, and had his ears cropped off, and for an offence against Laud, whether by order of the Star .
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Histrio-mastix the players scourge, or, Actors tragaedie: divided into two parts: wherein it is largely evidenced, by divers arguments by the concurring authorities and resolutions of sundry texts of Scripture, of the whole primitive church, both under the Histrio-Mastix book and Gospell, of the 55 synodes and councels, of the 71 fathers and Christian writers before the yeare of our Lord.
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The 13. Histrio-mastix Or, The player vvhipt () [John Marston] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. EARLY LITERATURE. Imagine holding history in your hands. Now you can. Digitally preserved and previously accessible only through libraries as Early English Books OnlineFirst published: 13 Dec, Histriomastix or The Player Whipped is a late Elizabethan play, written by the satirist John Marston and acted in It was previously thought that the play was likely acted by the Children of Paul's, one of the companies of boy actors active at the time; but more recent research suggests that Histriomastix was performed at the –9 Christmas revels of the Middle Temple.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Histrio-mastix. [New York, AMS Press, ] (OCoLC) Other articles where Histrio-mastix is discussed: John Marston: writing for the theatre, producing Histrio-mastix (published in ), probably for performance at the Middle Temple.
In his character Chrisoganus, a “Master Pedant” and “translating scholler,” the audience was able to recognize the learned Ben Jonson. A brief, bitter literary feud developed between Marston and.
London: Printed by E. and W. for Michael Sparke, First Edition. Second state, with errata on ***4 verso. Quarto pages x mm, collating: xxxiv,ff.ii,xl, complete. Bound in a 19th century full morocco binding, marbled end papers, all edges gilt. Some wear to the outer joints and at the crown, otherwise binding holding well.
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Other articles where Histrio Mastix: The Players Scourge, or, Actors tragoedie is discussed: William Prynne: In his famous book Histrio Mastix: The Players Scourge, or, Actors tragoedie (), he tried to prove that stage plays provoked public immorality.
Many believed his vigorous denunciation of actresses was directed at Charles I’s theatrically inclined wife, and the.
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Free shipping for many products. The Book of Sport was issued initially by James I. It identified the need to go to church in the morning and enjoy yourself in the afternoon. Charles I reissued it in The Norton Anthology of English Literature states that Charles probably republished the text in response to William Prynne’s Histrio-Mastix.
Author: Prynne, William, Title: Histrio-mastix The players scourge, or, actors tragædie, divided into two parts. Wherein it is largely evidenced, by divers arguments, by the concurring authorities and resolutions of sundry texts of Scripture.
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Vol. The Drama to, Part Two. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. – Histrio-mastix The players scourge, or, actors tragædie, divided into two parts.
Histrio-Mastix is his most famous work and has the dubious honor of being the first English book to be publicly burnt by the Common hangman. His attack on stage plays labelled female actresses as "notorious whores," at a time when the Queen herself took part in Montagu's Shepherd's Paradise.
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– Histrio-mastix The players scourge, or, actors tragædie, divided into two parts. ‘William Prynne’s Histrio-mastix, published in ,is a thousand-page, prolix, repetitive, and impassioned tract denouncing theatre, theatre people, theatre spectators, and many other forms of pretending or enjoying, as ungodly.
The tract is a fascinating document of what Jonas Barish has called ‘the Anti-theatrical prejudice’ in.