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...Adlington, William Nothing is known for certain about William Adlington’s life, except that he was responsible for the first English translation of the Latin novel the Metamorphoses by the second century Ad rhetorician Lucius Apuleius...
... studied under Edward King (the subject of Milton, John John Milton ’s Lycidas) and received his BA in 1636. He appears to have been a physician in later life.Thornley’s only work is a translation (1657) of Longus’s third-century Greek romance...
... Reading Bush D. , ‘ Musaeus in English Verse ’, Modern Language Notes, vol. 43 (February 1928), pp. 101–104. Madan F. , Oxford Books: A Bibliography of Printed Works , 3 vols ( Oxford , 1895–1931). Wood A. , Fasti Oxonienses , 3rd edn, vol. 2 (1820), cols 39–40....
... and Publishing at Oxford, ‘1468’–1640 (= Oxford Historical Society, vol. 29) ( Oxford , 1895), p. 21. Moore N. , A Memorial of George Edrych and his Friends in our College (1911). Wood A. , ‘ George Ethryg ’, in P. Bliss (ed.), Athenae Oxonienses … to which Are Added the Fasti …, 3rd edn, 4 vols (1813–20; repr. [ New York , 1967]), vol. 1, cols. 546–8....
... 237, 659. Cooper L. and A. Gudeman , A Bibliography of the Poetics of Aristotle ( New Haven , 1928). Gallagher M. , ‘ Goulston ’s Poetics and Tragic “Admiratio”‘, Revue de Littérature Comparée , no. 4 (1965), pp. 614–19. Green L.D. , ‘...
... Study ’, PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania (1957). Includes bibliography. Brace P. , ‘Abraham Fleming’, in E.A. Malone (ed.), British Rhetoricians and Logicians, 1500–1660, First Series , vol. 236 of Dictionary of Literary Biography...
...Colet, John John Colet was born in London and died on 16 September 1519, probably in Sheen, Surrey, where he had built a house in 1514. He was the son of Henry Colet, a member of the Mercers’ Company who later became the Mayor of London...
... of John Redman, who later served as the first Master of Trinity College. Christopherson received his BA in 1541 and MA in 1543 and became one of the original fellows of Trinity College in 1546. During King Edward VI’s reign he went abroad,...
... of the alchemist Edward Kelley, who married Elizabeth’s mother when Elizabeth was still a toddler. The family travelled to Poland and then settled in Bohemia, where Kelley served as the personal alchemist of Emperor Rudolf II in Prague. Kelley...
... and politicians. Busby was famous for beating his students into excellence. Several of his protégés (e.g., Dryden, Philip Henry) later described his practice of corporal punishment at Westminster. In 1657 Edward Bagshawe, the school’s disgruntled...