Diary, 1599-1605

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Great Britain -- Social life and cu
Statementedited by Dorothy M. Meads.
ContributionsMeads, Dorothy May
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LC ClassificationsDA378 H6 A3
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The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby Hardcover – July 1, by Margaret Hoby (Author), Joanna Moody (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Joanna Moody Page.

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Search for resources, documents and more. More recently, inSutton Publishing brought out a new edition, The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, by Joanna Moody. The following extracts, though, come from Meads’ edition, which includes over annotations (for pages of diary.

Lady Margaret was the only daughter and heiress of a wealthy landowner. She was married first to Walter Devereus, brother of Robert, Earl of Essex (favourite of Elizabeth I) then to Thomas Sidney, brother of the great Renaissance poet and courtier Sir Philip Sidney, and finally to the Puritan Sir Thomas Posthumous Hoby.

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Margaret Hoby. avg rating — 9 ratings. score: The diary. Margaret Hoby's diary – the earliest known by an Englishwoman (–) – gives a notable account of the domestic disciplines of Elizabethan puritanism, along with the religious exercises and prayers for the whole household and the private prayers and reading, in which she was guided by her chaplain, Richard Rhodes.

It was. Lady Margaret Hoby's diary () might be seen as typical in this respect. The works she mentions as consuming are almost all religious, excepting the odd reference to books of herbal remedies.2 In choosing not to record ©CS 34 Critical Survey, Vol Number 2 recreational reading, Hoby fits the mould of many contemporary.

The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby (excerpts) JOHN DONNE. Songs and Sonnets; The Apparition The Flea The Good-Morrow Love’s Alchemy The Indifferent The Anniversary The Sun Rising The Canonization Confined Love Air and Angels Twicknam Garden A Valediction: of Weeping The Ecstasy Farewell to Love A Valediction: forbidding Mourning.

This book was first published in Second only to the Bible and Book of Common Prayer, John Foxe's Acts and Monuments, known as the Book of Martyrs, was the most influential book published in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

The private life of an Elizabethan lady: the diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, Sutton, p (5) ibid. p (6) ibid. The quotation is from a letter from Margaret to Sir Robert Cecil in the Cecil Papers Vol. IV, (7) ibid. p (8) Crawford op cit. p Manor courts were one of the few places were women were able.

From Lady Margaret Hoby, Diary (–) Chapter Eight: Catholic Reform and Renewal. A good bishop will not fail to perform this office.

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From Gasparo Contarini, The Duties of a Bishop () You have usurped this new and unprecedented honor. From Reginald Pole, On the Unity of the Church (). The Diary Review - After private prayers.

DIARY DATES, CONTENT DESCRIPTORS ___ domestic religious society health. WEB TEXT LINKS one extract a bit about a lot about. ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT LINKS British Library, Manuscripts Collection. SOME PUBLISHED TITLES The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby Early treatises on the practice of the justices of the peace in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Oxford Studies in Social and Legal History vii (Oxford, ), –40, (I am indebted to Dr Mary Prior for guiding me to this book).

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The diary of Lady Margaret Hoby,is one of the most important journals of a woman writer of the sixteenth century.

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Commission, vol. n, ); Entry Book () of. The book covers much old ground, both of Bergeron himself and others, but the focus here is consistently on the homoerotic and the act of letter-writing as an erotic experience.

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From Lady Margaret Hoby, Diary (–) Chapter Eight: Catholic Reform and Renewal A good bishop will not fail to perform this office. From Gasparo Contarini, The Duties of a Bishop () You have usurped this new and unprecedented honor.

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Date: ISBN: | ISBN STUDY AIDS: ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mary Shelley's Reading: Alphabetical List Where an X occurs in the box designated for Percy Shelley's reading, it means that we are certain that he read the text, but are not sure that Mary did as well.

In such a household, however, it is unwise to surmise that many books under perusal went undiscussed by the two.