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The libelle of Englyshe polycye

The libelle of Englyshe polycye

a poem on the use of sea-power 1436

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Sir George Warner.
ContributionsWarner, George, Sir.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22830201M

The libelle of Englyshe polycye, written in , asserts that from Iceland there came little save ‘stokfishe’, the cod and ling caught and air-dried by the Icelanders before being sold to the English Similarly, Polydore Vergil’s English History, written at the start of . Libelle of Englyshe Polycye é um poema do século XV escrito em inglês antigo. O trabalho existe em duas versões: a primeira, composta após o cerco de Calais, em , mas antes do fim do ano de, e uma segunda edição antes de junho de Essa .

The libelle of Englyshe polycye, [ms. ], Sir George Warner ed., Oxford, “Considerations for the restraynte of transportinge gould out of the realme,” [ms. Reign of Elizabeth], in George Schanz, Englische Handelspolitik gegen Eode des Mittelalters, Leipzig, , II, –   This unexamined “debate” refers to the publication of The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye, which you only learn from an endnote. But Lambert offers no background for the writing of The Libelle, nor does he explain that it became part of a public discourse on English maritime policy only with its republication by Richard Hakluyt at the end of.

  Beginning with a discussion of biblical, classical and pre-Conquest treatments of the sea, it investigates how such works as the Anglo-Norman Voyage of St Brendan, the Tristan romances, the chronicles of Matthew Paris, King Horn, Patience, The Book of Margery Kempe and The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye shape insular ideologies of Englishness. Keywords: The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye, William Lyndwood, Walter Hungerford, Henry VI, Privy Seal, libellus, complaint, literary form, pacifism, wool trade. / B UREAUCRATIC V ERSE: W ILLIAM L YNDWOOD, THE P RIVY S EAL, AND THE F ORM OF T HE L IBELLE OF E NGLYSHE P OLYCYE Sebastian Sobecki T he overt mercantilism of The.


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The 'Libelle' or 'Little book' of English policy The libelle of Englyshe polycye book the earliest known treatise in English on economic and political geography. The work was a verse treatise on English trade, and in particular argued against the French wars which disrupted important sea trade and reduced the control England.

I first discovered the Libelle of Englyshe Polycye when I was reading the German Fortunatus of The narrative tells of a young man who travels far and wide, eventually acquiring a purse which is constantly refilled with money. This paper was given as a talk in Bochum in It has since been revised and published in The Sea and Medieval English Literature (Cambridge: D.S.

Brewer, ), pp. Buy Libelle of Englyshe Polycye: a Poem on the Use of Sea-Power, by Sir G Warner (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sir G Warner. A libelle is a political pamphlet or book which slanders a public figure. Libelles held particular significance in France under the Ancien Régime, especially during the eighteenth century, when the pamphlets’ attacks on the monarchy became both more numerous and venomous.

In recent years, cultural historian Robert Darnton has written on the libelles, arguing for the subversive power that the libelles of the late eighteenth century. View Libelle of Englyshe Polycye Research Papers on for free. Middle English Compendium HyperBibliography.

The following information is not comprehensive; it includes only the manuscripts and editions used in the compilation of the Middle English information about other manuscripts and editions, consult the other Middle English bibliographies accessible through the Middle English Compendium. Professor Sebastian Sobecki (Groningen) ‘The Narrowest Seas: The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye and the Afterlife of a Fifteenth-Century Argument’ Professor Lorna Hutson (Merton, Oxford) ‘Firths and Estuaries: Amphibious and Imperial Fantasies, ’ Dr Jemima Matthews (King’s College, London), ‘Oceanus and Tamesis: The cultural.

The Libelle Of Englyshe Polycye poem by Anonymous Olde English. Here beginneth the Prologe of the processe of the Libelle of Englyshe polycye exhortynge alle Englande to kepe the see. PageAuthor: Anonymous Olde English. The libelle of Englyshe polycye: a poem on the use of sea-power: Oxford: Clarendon Press, lvi, p.

Title from table of contents page (viewed Ap ). Eliza’s paper sought to cast new light on the way in which late mediaeval parliaments operated through examination of The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye: a poem in Continue reading Parliaments, Politics and People seminar: Eliza Hartrich, Influencing Parliament in 15th-century England: some observations on ‘The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye’.

Other articles where Libel of English Policy is discussed: English literature: Political verse: Of particular interest is the Libel of English Policy (c. ) on another typically English theme of a related kind: “Cherish merchandise, keep the admiralty, / That we be masters of the narrow sea.”. The textual ‘I’ of the Libelle is Caudray, and the poem is an example of an instance of indexical and self-referential writing misread as deliberately anonymous.

Keywords: Libelle of Englyshe Polycye, Richard Caudray, John Holland, Privy Council, politics, Hundred Years’ War, handwriting, authorship, documentary discoveries, identityAuthor: Sebastian Sobecki. The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye: a poem on the use of sea-power Edited by SirGeorge Warner, 8¾ × 7¾.

lvi + Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, 10s. - Volume 7 Issue 4. Approaching a historical mercantile subjectivity as a counterpoint to the satiric poets’ treatment of trade, this chapter traces a crooked path from the anxiety and fractured subjectivity of The Book of Margery Kempe, to the overt political activism of The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye, to the charity of “The Childe of Bristowe” and its.

LIBELLE OF ENGLYSHE POLYCYE Edited by Sir George Warner. Oxford University Press. American Branch, New York. $ Reviewed by Captain D. Knox, U. Navy (Retired). Beginning with a discussion of biblical, classical and pre-Conquest treatments of the sea, it investigates how such works as the Anglo-Norman Voyage of St Brendan, the Tristan romances, the chronicles of Matthew Paris, King Horn, Patience, The Book of Margery Kempe and The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye shape insular ideologies of Englishness.

Beginning with a discussion of biblical, classical and pre-Conquest treatments of the sea, it investigates how such works as the Anglo-Norman 'Voyage of St Brendan', the Tristan romances, the chronicles of Matthew Paris, 'King Horn, Patience, The Book of Margery Kempe' and 'The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye' shape insular ideologies of Englishness.

Beginning with a discussion of biblical, classical and pre-Conquest treatments of the sea, it investigates how such works as the Anglo-Norman ‘Voyage of St Brendan’, the Tristan romances, the chronicles of Matthew Paris, ‘King Horn, Patience, The Book of Margery Kempe’ and ‘The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye’ shape insular ideologies.

Taylor, 'Some Manuscripts of the 'Libelle of Englyshe Polycye'', Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 12 (), (p. 44, n. Joan Evans, English ArtOxford History of English Art, 5 (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, ), p. Part of the Arthurian and Courtly Cultures book series (SACC) One often —The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye 1.

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Palgrave Macmillan, New York.Medieval English Travel: A Critical Anthology is a comprehensive volume that consists of three sections: concise introductory essays written by leading specialists; an anthology of important and less well-known texts, grouped by destination; and a selection of supporting bibliographies organised by type of voyage.

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