The Anatomie of Abuses

Contayning a Discoverie, or Briefe Summarie of Such Notable Vices and Imperfections, As Now Raigne in Many Christian Countreyes ... But (English Experience Series; No. 489)
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The Anatomie Of Abuses. Book / Octavo. The Anatomy of Abuses by Philip Stubbes, View images from this item (37) Information. Description. In The Anatomie of Abuses, Philip Stubbes – a pamphleteer – rails against aspects of popular culture that he believes are immoral and in need of reform if his fellow countrymen and women are to escape punishment from God.

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Price New from Author: Philip Stubbs. The Anatomie of Abuses is a very remarkable book. It is essentially the work of an original thinker, and, in fact, is an early attempt to sum up the moral and economic forces of a nation in a fashion far removed, but not radically different, from that employed by the sociologists or.

Full text of "Phillip Stubbes's Anatomy of abuses in England in Shakspere's youth, A.D. Part II: The display of corruptions requiring reformation" See other formats. Excerpt from The Anatomie of Abuses Not doubting, but that the chief Maifter and Builder of this howfe, Chrift Jefus, will not diflike, but accept of my poore contribution, no leffe than he did of The Anatomie of Abuses book poore wydowes mite, to whom was imputed that (he had caft more in Gazophilatium Templi, into the treafury of the Temple, than all the reft for what fhe wanted in effeét that fhe fupplyed in Cited by: Other articles where Anatomie of Abuses is discussed: Philip Stubbs: life and straiter devotion whose Anatomie of Abuses (), his most popular work, consisted of a devastating attack on English habits in dress, food, drink, games, and especially sex.

At first Stubbs was inclined to condemn only excessive concentration on worldly pastimes, but in later works he denounced all forms.

Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stubbes, Phillip. Anatomie of abuses. New York, Garland Pub., He followed this book with other semi-devotional works. He died in about Written Works. Two Wunderfull and Rare Examples;A View of Vanitie, and Allarum to England, or, Retrait from Sinne (now lost)The Anatomie of Abuses;The Display of Corruptions (part 2.

Philip Stubbes's Anatomy of the Abuses in England in Shakspere's Youth, A.D. (collated with other editions in, and ) With extracts from Stubbes's Life of his wife,and his Perfect pathway to felicitie, (), and Bp. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stubbes, Phillip. Anatomie of abuses.

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Laing, (OCoLC) In The Anatomie of Abuses Philip Stubbes attacks forcefully and at length both public and private English life, exposing to view – and, he hopes, correction – the supposed abuses of Elizabethan society.

The book offers a wide-ranging social critique presented in the form of a dialogue between Philoponus, the educated, worldly-wise traveller, and Spudeus, the country yokel, who chat as they. The anatomie of abuses / by Philip Stubbes ; reprinted from the third edition of under the superintendence of William B.D.D.

Turnbull. The book itself is a gold mine for the historical costumer; not only does it contain the entire text of Stubbes' Anatomie of Abuses (Books I and II), but it contains appendixes in which the editor, J. Furnivall, has collected and annotated several dozen primary quotations and excerpts relating to Elizabethan fashion from plays, pamphlets, and.

At the beginning of The Anatomie of Abuses the character Philoponus mentions that he has led “the life of a poore Traueller, in a certaine famous Hand called Anglia, wherein I haue liued these seuen winters and more, trauelling from place to place, euen all the land ouer indifferently” (–16).

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Iones, London under title: The anatomie of abuses (STC ) Series Theatrum redivivum. The Anatomie of Abuses The Anatomie of Abuses Reisner, Noam March NOTES AND QUERIES The first part of the book scrutinizes erotic poetry of the reign of Mary, Queen of Scots, firstly the `casket letters' attributed to Mary, and then lyrics from the Bannatyne Manuscript of ±8.

The second part examines verse from the Scottish reign of James VI ± some of the king's own writings, along. Page - Come, we'll abroad; and let's obey The proclamation made for May: And sin no more, as we have done, by staying; But, my Corinna, come, let's go a-Maying.

There's not a budding boy or girl this day But is got up, and gone to bring in May. A deal of youth. Author of The Anatomie Of Abuses and Phillip Stubbes's Anatomy of Abuses in England in Shakespere's Youth, A.D. /5(7). The Anatomie of Abuses. By Philip Stubbes.

by Margaret Jane Kidnie. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, ; Renaissance English Text Society, 7th ser., )Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, in conjunction with the Renaissance English Text Society.

xiv + pp. $ ISBN 0 8 28 7 6. Philip Stubbs, (born c. —died c.London), vigorous Puritan pamphleteer and propagandist for a purer life and straiter devotion whose Anatomie of Abuses (), his most popular work, consisted of a devastating attack on English habits in dress, food, drink, games, and especially sex.

At first Stubbs was inclined to condemn only excessive concentration on worldly pastimes, but in. goal of my thesis is to make the Abuses more accessible to readers through the provision of an annotated critical edition complete with full textual apparatus.

This introduction continues with an account of Stubbes's life and works before focussing more closely on File Size: 4MB. “Anatomy lab, in the end, becomes less a violation of the sacred and more something that interferes with happy hour, and that realization discomfits.

In our rare reflective moments, we were all silently apologizing to our cadavers, not because we sensed the transgression but because we did not.” ― Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air.

Phillip Stubbes's Anatomy of abuses in England in Shakspere's youth, A.D. Part II: The display of corruptions requiring reformation by Stubbes, Pages: The Anatomie of Abuses was entered in the Stationers' Register by Richard Jones on 1 Marchand the first edition was published on 1 May.2 It was, as far as is known, Stubbes's first attempt at a long prose work, and it is evident from.

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