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Holinshed

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Raphael. died ?1580, English chronicler. His Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1577) provided material for Shakespeare's historical and legendary plays
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38) The broad trajectory indicated in Holinshed, especially as expurgated, from turmoil and corruption to stability and reformation (or Reformation) remains clear enough.
24) Jodi Mikalachki has affirmed that Holinshed is Fletcher's major source in The Legacy of Boadicea: Gender and Nation in Early Modern England (New York, 2014), 103.
Yet had Shakespeare not punned so clearly with misticall mist, who would not be skeptical over a claim that the verb mist in Holinshed had produced Shakespeare's foggy mist, were such a claim even to have been made?
Transcription of Holinshed in appendix 2 of The Tragedy of Master Arden of Faversham, ed.
35) While Richard merely suggests Edward fly toward the sun, Richard's dare would have reminded some in Shakespeare's audience of the legend as told in Holinshed and retold to all classes of English:
Raphael Holinshed explains that in 1416 the English sent a delegation to a European attempt to resolve the schism between the three popes, John XXIII, Gregory XII, and Benedict XIII: "Here by the consent of all nations it was ordeined in this councell, that this realm should have the name of the English nation, and be called and reputed for one of five principall nations of the councell, which to grant before that time, through envie, other nations had utterlie refused" (1923, 50).
Tolstoy complained that when one sees the prototypes of Shakespeares plays; the older version of Hamlet Plutarchs Lives and Holinshed Chronicles we find them more elucidatory.
Drawing also on notions of 'authorial intent' and discourse analysis pioneered by Skinner and Pocock, and on contemporary mirrors for princes and Tudor humanism, the author traces in Holinshed the rise of the 'idea of active citizenship' in the early modern era as reflected back by Elizabethan and early Stuart readings of the medieval past.
Ferrers' relative fame as a parliamentarian, literary scholar, and entertainer filtered down to the end of the sixteenth century to receive several mentions in the histories of John Stow and Raphael Holinshed, and in Francis Meres' Palladis Tamia, which says, "so these are the best for tragedie (tragicke poets) Lorde Buckhurst, maister Edward [George] Ferris, the author of The Mirror for Magistrates .
Holinshed had always placed this type of annual entry in the right margin next to the beginning of the paragraph that describes initial events occurring in a calendar year.
1) Astrada Marin (2003): segun el autor estas obras fueron basadas en las cronicas de Raphael Holinshed (1529-1580), historiador ingles que realizo una compilacion de materiales historicos en dos volumenes, obra denominada The Chronicles of England, Scotlande, and Irelande escrita en 1577, posteriormente revisada y ampliada en 1587.
As if that were not enough of a claim to a place in Holinshed or Bagehot, John of Gaunt lived in the castle, Lady Jane Grey visited, and here Robert Dudley feared and then desired the Virgin Queen.