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The great assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his assessours

The great assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his assessours

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Published by B. Franklin in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSpenser Society. Publications -- no. 40, Publications of the Spenser Society -- no. 40., Library of English literature -- LEL 40037.
    ContributionsWither, George, 1588-1667.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[3, 50] p.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14179253M
    LC Control Number87829068
    OCLC/WorldCa16824677

    The Great Assizes Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours, ; reprinted in Publications of the Spenser Society, pp. , (Cf. The Jonson Allusion Book.) [Among the officers of the assizes are] Joseph Scaliger, the Censour of manners in Parnassus, Ben. Johnson, Keeper of the Trophonian Denne, John Taylour. In this connection it is worthy of notice that in -The Great Assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours,- printed in , the -Chancellor- is declared to be -Lord Verulam,- and -Ben Johnson- is described as the -Keeper of the Trophonian Denne

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OCLC Number: Notes: Original title page: The great assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his assesours: at which session are arraigned Mercurius Britanicus. Great assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his assessors. Oxford, Printed for the Luttrell Society by Blackwell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

Includes original title page: The great assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his assessours: at which sessions are arraigned Mercurius Britanicus. Mercurius Aulicus. Mercurius Civicus.

The Scout. The writer of diurnalls. The Intelligencer. The writer of occurences. The writer of passages. The post. The Spye. The writer of weekly accounts. Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Authorship has been ascribed to George Wither.

With reproduction of original t.p.: The Great Assises Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and His Assessovrs: At which Sessions are Arraigned Mercurius Britanicus. Mercurius Aulicus. Mercurius Civicus. The Scout. The writer of Diurnalls. The Intelligencer. The writer of. The Great Assises Holden In Parnassus By Apollo And His Assessours: At Which Sessions Are Arrainged Mercurius Britanicus, Mercurius Aulicus [&c.

By G. Wither. In Verse.].; Volume 40 Of Publ., Spenser Soc George WitherAuthor: George Wither. Great Assizes holden in Parnassus () illustrate the character of his influence.

This framework transfigures the dead bones of the old roll-call, and, in Suckling and others, gives wit and fancy an opportunity to enliven the casual utterances of criticism" Cambridge History of. In a satirical poem (often attributed to George Wither) was published entitled The Great Assizes Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours.

This describes an imaginary trial of recent writers for crimes against literature. Apollo presides at a trial. Bacon ("The Lord Verulam, Chancellor of Parnassus") heads a group of scholars who.

Indeed, all evidence points to the truth of the statement made in The Great Assises Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and His Assessours, 1 that “William Shakespeere” is “a a poet”.

However, we are not left completely in the dark about the authorship, as various clues have been carefully left to us, so that we can follow the. In a very rare and curious little volume, published anonymously inunder the title of "The Great Assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours," Ben Jonson is described as the "Keeper of the Trophonian Denne," and in Westminster Abbey his medallion bust appears clothed in a left-handed coat to show us that he was a servant of.

A list of “The Great Assizes holden by Apollo and his assessours at Parnassus” contains, in part, these names: The Lord Verulam, Chancellor of Parnassus; Sir Philip Sidney, High Constable of Parnassus; William Shakespeare, almost at the bottom of the list.

[3] Wigston may have been slightly off about the first Rosicrucian manifesto. OCLC Number: Notes: Preliminaries omitted.

Transcribed from: Wither, George, The great assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his assessovrs: at which sessions are arraigned Mercurius Britanicus, Mercurius Aulicus, Mercurius Civicus, the scout, the writer of diurnalls, the intelligencer, the writer of occurrences, the writer of passages, the post, the spye, the writer.

George Wither: The Great Assises holden In Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours Hee them assur'd they must expect t' inherit Parnassus honours not by time, but merit. But when Apollo with his radiant looke The Pris'ners had into amazement strooke, Hee caus'd those guiltie soules to bee convey'd To the TROPHONIAN DENNE, there to bee laid.

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And the secret team need not have included only Elizabeth’s royal bastards. “The Great Assises holden in Parnassus” [3], attributed to George Wither, gives some names which are suspected to have belonged to this secret society.

Among these are Lord Verulam, Chancellor of Parnassus, (Francis Bacon) died ; Sir Phillip Sidney, died The Great Assises Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and His Assessours: At Which Sessions Are Arrainged Mercurius Britanicus, Mercurius Aulicus [&C.

by G. (Hardback or Cased Book) Wither, George Published by Palala Press 11/15/ (). In "The Great Assises Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and His Assessovrs" was published in London.

This book was obviously modeled after the Universal Reformation and, in this work, Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam, was listed as the Chancellor of Parnassus.

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Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. The Great Assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours. Rptd. by the Spenser Society, On the numerous works of this period connected with the stage controversy (e.g.

Heywood’s Apology for Actors, ; Green’s Refutation of the Apology for Actors, ; A Short Treatise against Stage Plays, ; Prynne’s.

In a curious book, of which the author is uncertain (printed ), a description is given of “The Great Assises holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours.” Apollo sits on the top of Parnassus, “The Lord Verulam, Chancellor of Parnassus,” next below him, then the names of twenty-five writers and poets; then, 26th, and only as a.

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In there was printed The Great Assises Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours. Bacon, Lord Verulam, is named as "Chancellor of Parnassus". This satirical poem, which was printed in pamphlet form, is generally attributed to George Withers (). Inthere was printed a strange volume entitled The Great Assizes Holden in Parnassus by Apollo and his Assessours.

Atop the mountain sat Apollo and, immediately beneath him, Bacon (“The Lord Verulam, Chancellor of Parnassus”), followed by 25 writers and poets, and then, second last at number 26 (and only as a “juror”), “William.Holden considers his a phony because he sacrifices his talent for what people want.

He is also considered a phony because he is the opposite of what Holden wants him to be. D.B. actually cares about Holden however, because he visits Holden in the rest home with an English girl, who Holden finds "very affected" like she puts on an act or acting air.