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Greene in conceipt new raised from his grave to write the tragique historie of faire Valeria of London : wherein is truly discovered the rare and lamentable issue of a husbands dotage, a wives leudnesse, and childrens disobedience / received and reported by J. D.

 
dc.contributor Stacey, Shirley
dc.contributor.author Dickenson, John, romance writer
dc.date.accessioned 2018-07-27
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dc.date.created 1598
dc.date.issued 1992-03-12
dc.identifier ota:1661
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/1661
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/1661
dc.description.abstract Mode of access: Online. OTA website Contents: greene.1661. Greene in conceipt ; greenedoc.1661. Note on the text [contains full notes on every emmendation made during the transcription of the text]
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dc.subject.lcsh Fiction -- England -- 16th century
dc.subject.lcsh Romances -- England -- 16th century
dc.title Greene in conceipt new raised from his grave to write the tragique historie of faire Valeria of London : wherein is truly discovered the rare and lamentable issue of a husbands dotage, a wives leudnesse, and childrens disobedience / received and reported by J. D.
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Greene in Conceipt. New raised from his grave to write the Tragique Historie of faire Valeria of London. Wherein is Truly Discovered the rare and lamentable issue of a husbands dotage, a wives leudnesse, and childrens disobedience. Received and reported by J. D. Veritas non quaerit angulos, umbra gaudet. Printed at London by Richard Bradocke for William Jones, dwelling at the signe of the Gunne neare Holborne conduit. 1598. <A2r> To my deare friend, Master Thomas White of Corffe in Dorsetshire. Though in the spring-time of our lives yeare, there bee no depth nor durance of resolution, because sound judgement our reasons ripenes, is then but in the budde; yet the affection which I beare you, wherto your owne hopefull forwardnesse did first give life, and your many courtesies adde strength, albeit it were the childe of my childhood, conceived where we both received the first grounds of learning, was even then so deepely rooted, that neither length of time, distance of p . . .
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Note on the Text The following old-spelling text of John Dickenson's prose fiction, Greene in Conceipt (London: Richard Bradocke for William Jones, 1598) has been taken from my masters thesis, "Greene in Conceipt (1598): A Critical Edition with Commentary" (Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1991). This edition is the first to consider all the evidence regarding variants between the two extant copies of the 1598 quarto, located in the Huntington (H) and Bodleian (B) libraries. In preparing this text, I have endeavoured to reproduce the 1598 edition exactly with regards to spelling, punctuation, paragraphs, indentations, and dialogue, except for those emendations noted below and in "Text and Variants." I have silently normalized i/j, u/v, vv/w, and the two forms of r and s; all ligatures; and all abbreviations or contractions, including the ampersand, the macron to represent a missing n or m, superscript e or t above y to represent "the" or "that," and super . . .
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