Ascham


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Ascham

Roger. ?1515--68, English humanist writer and classical scholar: tutor to Queen Elizabeth I
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5) While Ascham may have his reservations about Italian morals in particular, most educators encouraged travel for this very purpose.
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A statement of the rhetorical similarities between Ascham's and Hooper's strategies might go something like this: Just as Ascham used his defense and celebration of archery to display his great wealth of formal erudition, demonstrating his accomplishments as writer and rhetorician, and aligning himself with Henry VIII by celebrating one of the king's favorite prejudices, so might Hooper also have been courting the favorable public opinion of his peers and superiors generally, instead of the patronage of a single, exalted personage in particular.
only the children offered the special mixture of pertness and naivety, audacity and innocence, which Roger Ascham felt was overly prized in upper-class English families.
In contrast with Burton's traditional clerical path at Christ Church, George Berkeley would have made a good living exemplum for writers like William Harrison and Roger Ascham who warned against the moral dangers faced by young men traveling to Italy; his extravagant spending of his fortunes resulted in enormous debt, threatening his political career (Warmington).
Weekes continued in private practice during the depression, working for clients such as Rookwood Necropolis in western Sydney and Ascham School in the eastern suburbs.
Discussing Lyly's Euphues and its sequel, he points out that the notion of "experience" can encompass both the lessons of history, frozen in maxims and sententiae (the kind of experience Roger Ascham wished to substitute for hedonistic wanderings abroad) and the extracurricular product of trials and errors in resolving practical problems.
in the introduction to Roger Ascham, The Scholemaster (London: Arber English Reprints, 1870), p.
Teacher Chris Wilson, of Roger Ascham Primary, said: "I think it's genetic.
Ascham was established in 1886 by an ethnic German, Miss Marie Wallis, whose motto was 'Repetition is the mother of learning.
52) There are remarks about singers and singing to be gleaned from writers both well-known and more obscure, and as diverse as George Puttenham, Sir Philip Sidney, Miles Coverdale, Thomas Deloney, Roger Ascham, Samuel Harsnet, Thomas Tusser, Henry Chettle, Thomas Nashe, Robert Burton, Sir William Cornwallis, Richard Corbet, Nicholas Breton, John Earle, Wye Saltonstall, Izaak Walton, John Aubrey, Dorothy Osborne, Addison, Pope, and Defoe.