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Harpsfield"s Life of More

E. V. Hitchcock

Harpsfield"s Life of More

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ContributionsR. W. Chambers (Editor)
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ISBN 100811533778
ISBN 109780811533775

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Harpsfield's Life of More by E. Hitchcock (Author), R. Chambers (Editor) ISBN Cited by: 1. Nicholas Harpsfield: The Life and Death of Sr. Thomas More (Early English Text Society Original Series) [Roper, William, Harpsfield, Nicholas, Hitchcock, E V, Chambers, R W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Nicholas Harpsfield: The Life and Death of Sr. Thomas More (Early English Text Society Original Series)5/5(1). Nicholas Harpsfield is the author of The Life and Death of Sir Thomas Moore ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), A Treatise on the Pr 4/5(5).

Title: Nicholas Harpsfield: The Life and Death of Sr. Thomas More Issue of Early English Text Society Original Series Volume of Early English Text Society.

Nicholas Harpsfield The Life and Death of Sr. Thomas More by E. Hitchcock,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Harpsfield also published The Life and Death of Sir Thomas More (). (13) The last book Harpsfield wrote during Mary's reign, was Treatise on the Pretended Divorce.

This mainly dealt with the case of Henry VIII divorcing Catherine of Aragon. A 'Life of Sir Thomas More,' founded mainly on Roper, with whom and with others of More's friends Harpsfield was intimate during his residence at Louvain; Harleian MS. ; there is also a copy at Lambeth, and another in Emmanuel College, Cambridge, at the end of which are the initials N.

(Wordsworth, Ecclesiastical Biography, ii. Early life and exile. Harpsfield was educated at Winchester College and studied canon and civil law in New College, Oxford, receiving a BCL in In Oxford he became connected to the circle of Thomas More, of whom he later wrote a biography, which he dedicated to William Roper in.

Buy Nicholas Harpsfield: The Life and Death of Sr. Thomas More (Early English Text Society Original Series) New Impression by Hitchcock, E V, Chambers, R W (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Harpsfield published his Life of More in and also wrote propaganda for Mary's reign, including a book describing how the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, had recanted all his former teachings--but of course, Cranmer's final recantation was of that recantation, before he was burned at the stake in Oxford.

icholas Harpsfield (–) com-pleted this biography ca. during the reign of Queen Mary, but it was not pub-lished until Indebted to William Rop-er’s recollections, Harpsfield’s Life presents More as both a spiritual and secular figure, and Harpsfield dedicates his biography to William.

A copy of Harpsfield’s Life of More bears the inscription, ‘This book was found by Richard Topcliffe † in Mr. Thomas More’s study among other books at Greenstreet Mr.

Wayferer’s house when Mr. More was apprehended 13 Apr. In the same year when More's English works appears, Nicholas Harpsfield (c. –75), whom Roper had commissioned to write the Life and Death of Sr Thomas Moore, presents More's biography in manuscript form to his patron as a New Year's gift.

15 The Life of Moore makes extensive use of the Workes and even advertises of More that “we trust Author: Travis Curtright. More's biography of his great-grandfather is largely derivative, drawn mainly from the lives of William Roper and of Thomas Stapleton, but also using materials from Nicholas Harpsfield's Life and from Edward Hall and John Stow's historical accounts.

His chief accomplishment is to present a fully rounded portrait of his ancestor, in which he. The life and death of Sir Thomas Moore knight, sometimes Lord Chancellour of Englande: manuscript, Harvard University, Houghton Library: creatorOf: Harpsfield, Nicholas, Life of Sir Thomas Moore, Knight [late 19th century].

Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn. Full access to this book and o more; Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles; Access to powerful writing and research tools.

Librarian's tip: "Catholic Resistance: The Martyrdom of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More" begins on p. Read preview Overview On the Continuity of English Prose from Alfred to More and His School: An Extract from the Introduction to Nicholas Harpsfield's Life of Sir Thomas More By R.

Chambers Oxford University Press, The life and death of Sr Thomas More, knight sometymes Lord high Chancellor of England: written in the tyme of Queene Marie by Nicholas Harpsfield / and now ed. from 8 mss.

with Collations, textual notes etc. by Elsie Vaughan Hitchcock ; with an int Harpsfield, Nicholas, [ Book:. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Full text of "LIVES OF SAINT THOMAS MORE". 'Sir Thomas More's mother, sawe in her sleepe the number of children she should have, written as it were in her marriage ring; and the forms, shapes, and countenances of them all. One was very dim and obscure, and could skarcelie be discerned; for of one she suffered by an untimelie byrth.

English Prose from Alfred to More and His School, a Life of Harpsfield, and Historical Notes by R. Chambers. Early English Texts Society London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford UP, "Nicholas Harpsfield and 'Sir Thomas More.'" Alms for Oblivion: Books, Men and Biography.

Milwaukee: Bruce, 39– [Geritz H; Wentworth ] D An extract from the introduction to Nicholas harpsfield's Life of Sir Thomas More edited by E. Hitchcock and R. Chambers. PR A2 NO The Vulgaria of John Stanbridge and the Vulgaria of Robert Whittinton / Edited with an introduction and notes by Beatrice White, m.a.

Life of Thomas More by William Roper (More's son-in-law), {Fordham University} — Student Version with Notes. The Life and Writings of Sir Thomas More by T.

Bridgett, {Google Books} Works by Thomas More. The Life of John Picus, p. The history of king Richard the thirde, p. A Treatyce upon the last thynges, p.

Well known as the man for all seasons, Thomas More is also a man for all purposes. Celebrated variously as holy martyr, Marxist hero, and moral exemplar during Clinton's impeachment hearings, Thomas More remains an enigmatic figure.

This book, by one of the leading historians of /5. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Get this from a library. On the continuity of English prose from Alfred to More and his school: an extract from the introduction to Nicholas Harpsfield's life of Sir Thomas More.

Genre/Form: Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roper, William, Lives of Saint Thomas More. London: Dent, (OCoLC) John Harpsfield (–) was an English Catholic controversialist and humanist. Life. Harpsfield was educated in Winchester College and New College, Oxford (BAMA in theology ).

He was perpetual fellow of New College from until and was appointed the first Regius Professor of Greek (Oxford) (approximately ). He became Vicar of Berkeley, Gloucestershire in Harpsfield, Nicholas, End of Harpsfield's Life of More / [Nicholas Harpsfield ; text copied by L.W.

Longstaff]. Loyola Marymount University, William H. Hannon Library: referencedIn: Longstaff, Leonard William, Contemporaries of Sir Thos.

More (DNB) / [Leonard William Longstaff]. Loyola Marymount University, William H. Sir Thomas More educational material resource center for teachers and scholars.

Online library of More’s complete works, scholarship on Thomas More, and historical and biographical information, concordances, artwork, photos, images and lesson plans relating to the life of Thomas More.

A Life of More was duly written by John Harpsfield, but Harpsfield had been careful not to lay any stress on More's own career as interrogator of heretics. His eagerness to avoid the whole subject. A House Full of Daughters by Juliet Nicolson review – seven generations of secrets, jealousy and love Nicolson’s family story has been written.

Thomas More by John Guy, New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1. The Last Letters of Thomas More, ed. Alvaro de Silva, Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, Thomas More on Statesmanship by Gerard B. Wegemer, Washington, D.

C.: CUA Press, (p-back). The Life of Thomas More by Peter Ackroyd, New York, NY: Doubleday, 2 “That’s just what I have been. The two Books of Homilies, along with the Book of Common Prayer and the Ordinal, have long been basic documents of the Church of England, and are valuable in showing how Anglican doctrine shifted during the Reformation, as well as being of considerable historical first book, published inearly in the reign of Edward VI, was partly, though not entirely, the work of Pages: R.

Chambers refers to Roper's Life as "probably the most perfect little biography in the English language." The first formal biography, The Life and Death of Sir Thomas More, by Nicholas Harpsfield, a young friend of William Roper, was compiled from eight manuscripts during the reign of Mary Tudor.

Harpsfield repeated many of the same stories as Roper since Harpsfield had asked him for his account of More’s life. Harpsfield also included a few of his own stories about Alice More. Harpsfield had the same views towards Thomas More as Roper, therefore having a. Biography of St. Thomas More.

long figured unmistakably in More's life, beginning with his service as a page to Cardinal John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury and Lord Chancellor of England. the preeminent sixteenth- century example of the genre of fictionalized accounts of ideal states and societies to which More's book lends its title.

29 The structure of Stapleton's Life owes much to the manuscript Life of Nicholas Harpsfield, although Harpsfield spends more time discussing More's writings: Harpsfield's Life, – 30 Ditchfield, ‘Tridentine worship’, – Thomas More, the eldest of three sons and second of seven children of Sir John More and his first wife, Agnes Graunger More, was born in London, in February His grandfather, William More, was a wealthy baker and his father was a barrister who was later knighted and.

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"Just little things that would have been all right in Colorado were always getting me in trouble."/5(4). Posts about Nicholas Harpsfield written by jodmcp. Path to St. Peter ad Vincula Part VII – E. Although as Queen, Anne expected strict moral behavior from her women and was well known for performing charitable works — even making garments for the poor herself, she could never overcome the reputation of a calculating flirt.The complete letters, dispatches and chronicles that tell the real story of Anne Boleyn.

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McGovern. St Thomas More is perhaps best remembered as the great English statesman, humanist and scholar who refused to submit to Henry VIII and, as a consequence, suffered death on the scaffold rather than compromise his belief in the spiritual supremacy of the Pope.