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A solemne passion of the soules loue. [By Nicholas Breton.]

Breton, Nicholas

A solemne passion of the soules loue. [By Nicholas Breton.]

by Breton, Nicholas

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Published by printed by George Purslowe in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800,
  • Soul -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSolemne passion of the soules love
    GenreEarly works to 1800, Poetry
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 2039:2
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[24] p
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15405599M

    Asse, a curious piece of lore appealing to the popular love of paradox; Nicholas Breton's Marie Magdalens Loue, a bit of religious, sermonizing prose to which is added A Solemne Passion of the Soules Loue, a highly alliterative poem in the common six-line ballad form; and B. H.'s The Glasse of Mans folly, and meanes. The sixteenth century author Nicholas Breton appropriates a female voice in many of his writings, among which Marie Magdalens Loue and The Pilgrimage to Paradise joyned with the Countesse of.

    Get this from a library! Marie Magdalens loue.. [Nicholas Breton] -- Signed at end: Nicholas Britten. Bookseller's name and publication date from colophon. Signatures: A-G. The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A". "A solemne passion of the soules. Full text of "Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester" See other formats.

      Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Sovles Love, by Nicholas Breton () Two works published together; perhaps only the second (a devotional poem) is Breton's, the first being a Catholic work while all evidence is that Breton was a strong Anglican.   The Renaissance Soul book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. How do I decide what to do with my life when there are so man /5().


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A solemne passion of the soules loue. [By Nicholas Breton.] by Breton, Nicholas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Soules Love (), the first part of which, a prose treatise, is probably by another hand; the second part, a poem in six-lined stanza, is certainly by Breton A Divine Poem, including "The Ravisht Soul" and "The Blessed Weeper" ().

OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ([24] pages) Other Titles: Mary Magdalens love. Mary Magdalens love. Selections Solemne passion of the soules love.

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The only copy of Marie Magdalens Loue and A Solemne Passion of the Soules Loue () is now in the Henry E. Huntington Library.

The Rev. Corser described the volume in Collectanea Anglo-Poetica, and found that it 'much resembled Robert Southwell's Marie Magdalens Funerall Tears; they are both written in the style of the devotional treatises.

Get this from a library. A solemne passion of the soules loue. [By Nicholas Breton.]. [Nicholas Breton]. Solemne passion of the soules love. By ?. Nicholas Breton. Abstract [16] at end: Nicholas verse.A reprint of part 2 of: Mary Magdalens love."The types and ornaments are those of Simmes"ures: uction of the original in the Bodleian LibraryAuthor: ?.

Nicholas Breton. 'Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Sovles Love, by Nicholas Breton,' London, by John Danter, The first part is a prose commentary on St.

John x. The second is a poem in six-line stanzas, and was republished separately in and It. Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Soules Love (), the first part of which, a prose treatise, is probably by another hand; the second part, a poem in six-lined stanza, is certainly by Breton; A Divine Poem, including "The Ravisht Soul" and "The Blessed Weeper" () An Excellent Poem, upon the Longing of a Blessed heart ().

Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Soules Love (), the first part of which, a prose treatise, is probably by another hand; the second part, a poem in six-lined stanza, is certainly by Breton; A Divine Poem, including "The Ravisht Soul" and "The Blessed Weeper" () An Excellent Poem, upon the Longing of a Blessed heart ()Born: The pilgrimage to paradise, ioyned with the Countesse of Penbrookes loue, compiled in verse by Nicholas Breton Gentleman (At Oxford: Printed, by Ioseph Barnes, and are to be solde in Paules Church-yeard [, London, by Toby Cooke], at the signe of the Tygres head, ) (HTML at EEBO TCP).

Nicholas Breton has 52 books on Goodreads with 40 ratings. Nicholas Breton’s most popular book is Fantasticks: Seruing for a Perpetvall Prognostication. 'Marie Magdalen's Love: a Solemne Passion of the Sovles Love, by Nicholas Breton,' London, by John Danter, The first part is a prose commentary on St.

John x. The second is a poem in six-line stanzas, and was republished separately in and It was entered on the Stationers' Register 20 Sept. 87 of the same book he had quoted the same stanza when sur-veying the edition of The Passion. Breton's poem begins with a stress on the need for tears which would be proper to a love-poem or an elegy.

It is not until the fourth verse that the religious connotation is made apparent: Thou deepest Searcher of each secret thought. The soules harmony. By Nicholas Breton. [microform] The souls harmony [microform] / by Nicholas Breton; A solemne passion of the soules loue.

By Nicholas Breton. [microform] Nicholas Breton, character-writer and quadrumaniac / Chester Noyes Greenough; The soules harmony. Written by Nicholas Breton. [microform]. Probably the MS described by Halliwell (‘H’) in as ‘a small manuscript in quarto, containing fifteen leaves, written about the year ’ in ‘Poem by Nicholas Breton’, N&Q, 1st Ser.

5 (22 May ), Nicholas Breton Abstract [] at end: Nicholas ller's name and publication date from ures: first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A"."A solemne passion of the soules loue", in verse, has separate dated title page; register is uction of the original in the Henry E Author: ?.

Nicholas Breton. The good and the badde / Nicholas Breton; The soules harmony. By Nicholas Breton. [microform] The souls harmony [microform] / by Nicholas Breton; A solemne passion of the soules loue.

By Nicholas Breton. [microform] Nicholas Breton, character-writer and quadrumaniac / Chester Noyes Greenough. Doughtie,Edward. "Nicholas Breton and Two Songs by Dowland." Renaissance-News17 (): Harmon, Elson T. A Study of the Religious Works of Nicholas Breton.

Diss. Duke University. Ann Arbou: UMI, AAT Howlett,Timothy R. "A Critical Edition of Part I of Nicholas Breton's A Poste with a Madde Packet of Letters.". Breton, Nicholas, ?. [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At St Teresa's Library A solemne passion of the soules loue.

By Nicholas Breton Breton, Nicholas, ?. [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 82,). Pretty Funny Girl Podcast Franko’s Podcast Savior Realty Expert Interviews Ask Dr.

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BRETON, Britton or Brittaine, NICHOLAS (?–), English poet, belonged to an old family settled at Layer-Breton, Essex. His father, William Breton, who had made a considerable fortune by trade, died inand the widow (née Elizabeth Bacon) married the poet George Gascoigne before her sons had attained their majority.Nicholas Breton - Works the lullaby, "Come little babe, come silly soule," (This poem, however, comes from The Arbor of Amorous Devises, which is only in part Breton's work.) —it Marie Magdalen's Love a Solemne Passion of the Soules Love (), the first part of which, a prose treatise, is probably by another hand the second part, a poem in six-lined stanza, is certainly by.