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The Resource From Princes to Pages : The Literary Lives of Cardinal Wolsey, Tudor England's 'other King'

From Princes to Pages : The Literary Lives of Cardinal Wolsey, Tudor England's 'other King'

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From Princes to Pages : The Literary Lives of Cardinal Wolsey, Tudor England's 'other King'
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From Princes to Pages
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The Literary Lives of Cardinal Wolsey, Tudor England's 'other King'
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From Princes to Pages : The Literary Lives of Cardinal Wolsey, Tudor England's 'other King'
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From Princes to Pages : The Literary Lives of Cardinal Wolsey, Tudor England's 'other King'
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Contents
  • Acknowledgments -- List of Images -- Introduction -- Why Wolsey? -- Speaking Nothing but Truth: Problems, Structure, and Subject -- Chapter 1 Rayling and Scoffery: Henrician Portrayals of Cardinal Wolsey -- Against Venemous Tongues and Magnyfycence: Early Anti-Wolsey Texts -- After Magnyfycence: Speaking Parrots, Everymen, and the Alter Rex -- 1522: Reversals, Capitulations, and the Question of Wolsey's Patronage -- Godly Queene Hester: The Codification of Early Tudor Anti-Wolsey Satire -- Hester in Context: Heritage and Effect -- Chapter 2 "A vysage of trwthe": George Cavendish's Characterizations of Wolsey -- The Metrical Visions: Rota Fortuna and Wolsey's Lamentations -- Cardinal Wolsey in the Metrical Visions -- Le Historye in Context -- Placing the Visions -- The Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey -- Chapter 3 "The history of a certaine ridiculous spectacle": Literary Representations of Cardinal Wolsey in John Foxe's Acts and Monuments -- The First Four English Editions: A Brief Overview -- A Ridiculous Spectacle -- "See a butchers dogge" -- The King's Great Matter -- The Significant Death -- Chapter 4 "Handling This Story Effectualie": Editorializing Wolsey in Holinshed's Chronicles -- The 1577 Edition: Holinshed and the "Perfite Cardinall" -- Wolsey, Post-Holinshed: Abraham Fleming and the 1587 Edition -- To "frankelie and boldlie speak": Methods and Concerns -- Looking Forward -- Chapter 5 "Griped by Meaner Persons"?: Wolsey in Shakespeare and Fletcher's Henry VIII or, All Is True -- Mirrors of Courtesy: Buckingham, Norfolk, and Wolsey -- Making Greatness Familiar: Ceremony and Processions in Henry VIII -- Katherine and Wolsey: Representations in Conflict -- Falling Like Lucifer: Wolsey's Final Appearances in Henry VIII -- Eulogizing and Summarizing Cardinal Wolsey in Henry VIII -- Conclusion: Traduced by Ignorant Tongues? -- Bibliography
  • Index
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