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Pierces supererogation: or, A new prayse of the old asse

Gabriel Harvey

Pierces supererogation: or, A new prayse of the old asse

A preparative to certaine larger discourses

by Gabriel Harvey

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementintituled Nashes S. Fame. London, printed by John Wolfe, 1593.
ContributionsNash, Thomas, 1567-1601., Collier, John Payne, 1789-1883.
The Physical Object
Pagination237 p. ;
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19917912M

1) Pierces supererogation or A new prayse of the old asse A preparative to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes S. Fame. Gabriell Harvey. London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, 2) Sir Egerton Brydges, Old English Prose Tracts, , London   Collier, Pierces Supererogation, or a New Prayse of the Old Asse (London, ), ; Grosart, The Works of Gabriel Harvey, D.C.L., 3 vols (London, Aylesbury, ), Whether or not there is textual corruption here, the sense was clear enough to the author of The First Part.

  4. Lond. , Christs teares over Jerusalem: whereunto is annexeda comparatiue admonition to London. 4. Lond. Pierces supererogation or a new prayse of the old asse; a preparatiue to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes S. Fame; by Author: Bodleian Library. Letters to and from Edmund Spencer. Letters from letter-book. Fovre letters and certaine sonnets, etc., etc. A letter of notable contents, etc. -- II. Precursor of Pierce\'s supererogation. And Pierce\'s supererogation, or a New prayse of the old asse. A preparatiue to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes S. Fame. -- III.

In Gabriel Harvey used the word in Pierces Supererogation; or, A New Prayse of the Old Asse, mocking “the stalest dudgen, or absurdest balductum, that they, or their mates can inuent [sic].” Harvey lambasted the dullest clichés or most preposterous fiddle-­faddle that anyone could pull out of their ass. Pierces supererogation or A new prayse of the old asse A preparatiue to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes s. fame. Gabriell Haruey. By ? Gabriel Harvey.


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Pierces supererogation or A new prayse of the old asse A preparatiue to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes s.

fame. Gabriell Haruey. and can make them all Asses at his pleasure. The Book-woorme was neuer but a pick∣goose: it is the Multiplying spirit, not of the Alchimist, but of the villanist, that knocketh the naile one the.

Pierces supererogation: or, Gabriel Harvey, Pierces Supererogation or A New Prayse of the Old Asse, London: John Wolfe, p. 8, [ ] some terrible bombarder of tearmes, as wilde as wildfire, that at the first flash of his fury, would leaue me thunder-stricken vpon the ground, or at the last volley of his outrage, would batter me to dust, and ashes.

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fame. Gabriell Haruey. [Gabriel Harvey]. Pierces supererogation or A new prayse of the old asse A preparatiue to certaine larger discourses, intituled Nashes s. fame. Gabriell Haruey.

Harvey, Gabriel. London: Imprinted by Iohn VVolfe, Subject terms. [The text of I, including the ‘Aduertisement for Pap-hatchet,’ is taken from Pierce’s Supererogation | or | A New Prayse of the | Old Asse.

|| A Preparatiue to certaine Discourses, intituled | Nashes S. Fame, printed at London by John Wolfe in (British Museum C. Gabriel Harvey’s preface to the book is dated J Pierces Supererogation OR A NEW PRAYSE OF THE OLD ASSE.

A Preparatiue to certaine larger Discourses, intituled NASHES S. FAME. An Aduertisement for Pap-hatchet, and Martin Mar-prelate. Errours escaped in the Printing. With certaine Additions to be inserted. TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL, my very good friend, M. Doctour Haruey. Sonet. Representing the sound of a dog barking.

Gabriel Harvey, Pierces Supererogation: Or A New Prayse of the Old Asse, London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, OCLC ; republished as John Payne Collier, editor, Pierces Supererogation: Or A New Prayse of the Old Asse.

A Preparative to Certaine Larger Discourses, Intituled Nashes S. Fame (Miscellaneous. Ian Lancashire, Editor. Content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International license. We welcome your comments and ts and questions.

Gabriel Harvey, Pierces Supererogation: Or A New Prayse of the Old Asse, page Harvey rebutted the personal charges made by Nashe in Pierce's supererogation, or a New Prayse of the Old Asse ().

In a religious work, Christs Teares over Jerusalem () Nashe made a full apology to Harvey, who however resumed the controversy in a New Letter of Notable Contents (). I show that on three distinct occasions, Harvey attempted to answer personal satirical attacks by arguing against satire: in “An Advertisement for Papp-hatchett, and Martin Mar-prelate” (), Foure Letters, and Certaine Sonnets (), and Pierces Supererogation: or, A New Prayse of the Old Asse (), Harvey conflates scurrilous style.

--I. Memorial-introduction. Letters to and from Edmund Spencer. Letters from letter-book. Fovre letters and certaine sonnets, etc., etc. A letter of notable contents, etc. Precursor of Pierce's supererogation. And Pierce's supererogation, or a New prayse of the old asse.

Pierces supererogation: or, A new prayse of the old asse. A preparative to certaine larger discourses intituled Nashes S. fame. By. Gabriel Harvey. Abstract. Attacks upon Robert Greene and Thomas Nash.A "preliminary supplement" contained in 2 of the original copies, and with an added t.p. is prefixed to the tractcf.

Introduction. On the publication of Chute's book Churchyard in self-defence straightway republished his old poem in his ‘Challenge,' To his three friends and dependents, Chute, Barnabe Barnes [q. v.], and John Thorius, Harvey dedicate his ‘Pierces Supererogation, or a new prayse of the old Asse,’ an attack on Nashe issued by Wolfe in IntroductionA reply to Stephen Gosson's school of abuse in defense of poetry, musick, and stage plays, by Thomas LodgePappe with an hatchet, by John LylyA pretie and wittie discourse betwixt wit and will, by Nicholas BrentonA groat's worth of wit, by Robert GreenePierces supererogation; or, A new prayse of he old asse, by Gabriel HarbeyA wonderfull strange and miraculous.

Pierces supererogation: or A new prayse of the old asse. A preparative to certaine larger discourses, By. Gabriel Harvey. Abstract. The 1st part, with a duplicate of the t.p. and a special Introd., comprises the prefatoryMode of access: Internet.

Pierce's supererogation [Harvey, Gabriel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pierce's supererogationAuthor: Gabriel Harvey. This theory is based on “in steede of thunderboltes, shooteth nothing but dogboltes or catboltes”, a quotation from Pierces Supererogation: or A New Prayse of the Old Asse (), by the English scholar and writer Gabriel Harvey (circa ).

Such a vicious assault could not go unanswered, and Harvey energetically defended his credit in Pierces Supererogation, or, A New Prayse of the Old Asse (probably completed by the summer of ).

Here he turns Nashe's sarcasm back on him, mocking his voguish satire as shallow and unprofitable, while continuing to lament his own embroilment in. The Works of Gabriel Harvey - Volume I, (PDF) Memorial-Introduction Letters to and from Edmund Spenser Letters from Letter-Book Fovre Letters and Certaine Sonnets, etc.

etc. Letter of Notable Contents The Works of Gabriel Harvey - Volume II (PDF) Presucrsor of Pierce's Supererogation Pierce's Supererogation, or a New Prayse of the Old Asse A. Pierce's Supererogation or a New Prayse of the Old Asse (pamphlet) Letter-Book of Gabriel Harvey, A.D.

[edited by Edward John Long Scott] (correspondence) OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages. Contents: IntroductionA reply to Stephen Gosson's school of abuse in defense of poetry, musick, and stage plays, by Thomas LodgePappe with an hatchet, by John LylyA pretie and wittie discourse betwixt wit and will, by Nicholas BrentonA groat's worth of wit, by Robert GreenePierces supererogation; or, A new prayse of he old asse.Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.