The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1829  Monday, 22 September 2003

From:           Al Magary <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 19 Sep 2003 16:37:23 -0700
Subject:        "Elizabethan Authors" Website and Etexts

I came across a 2002-03 website that's new to me and perhaps will be to
other listmembers:  Elizabethan Authors, at
http://www.elizabethanauthors.com/, created by Robert Brazil and
Barboura Flues.  It has the following etexts:


George Chapman.  Monsieur D'Olive. 1st ed., 1606.  Modern spelling.

Richard Edwardes.  Damon and Pithias.  1st ed., 1571.  Modern spelling.

John Fletcher, with William Shakespeare.  The Two Noble Kinsmen. Modern

Arthur Golding, trans.  A Tragedie of Abraham's Sacrifice.  1st ed.,
1577.  Original spelling and modern spelling.

Robert Greene.  Alphonsus, King of Aragon.  1st ed., 1599. Modern

Thomas Kyd.  The Spanish Tragedy.  1594-1602 eds. Modern spelling.

------.  The Tragedy of Soliman and Perseda. 1st ed., 1599. Modern

John Lyly.  Endimion--The Man in the Moone.  1st ed., 1591. Modern

------.  Sapho and Phao.  1st ed., 1584.  Modern spelling.

Thomas Nashe.  Summer's Last Will and Testament.  1st ed., 1600. Modern

Anonymous.  The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth.  1st ed., 1598.
Original spelling.

Anonymous.  The Wisdom of Doctor Dodypoll.  1st ed., 1600. Original

Anonymous.  Edmund Ironside.  Undated MS.  Modern spelling.


Thomas Nashe.  Strange Newes--Epistle Dedicatorie.  1st ed., 1592.
Original spelling in both original and modern formats.

Anonymous.  Pasquil's Countercuffe to Martin Junior.  1st ed., 1589.
Modern spelling.


Thomas Watson.  Hekatompathia--A Passionate Century of Love. 1st ed.,
1582.  Modern spelling.

Arthur Golding.  The Fifteen Books of Ovid's Metamorphoses.  1st ed.,
1567.  Original spelling.

Edward de Vere.  Poems.


Robert Greene.  Pandosto--The Triumph of Time.  1st ed., 1588. Original


Francis Meres, ed.  Palladis Tamia: Wit's Treasury--A Comparative
Discourse of our English Poets, with the Greek, Latin, and Italian
Poets.  1598.

Many of these works have glossary and appendix material.  Thesite also
has other Elizabethan resources, including on the Shakespeare authorship
question.  BTW I believe the proprietors might be Oxfordians.

Al Magary

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