Thomas Deloney

(redirected from Deloney)

Deloney, Thomas

 

(also Delone). Born circa 1543 in London; died 1600. English writer. Worked as a weaver.

Deloney was the author of ballads on historical and everyday topics and of novels about the lives of artisans: Jack of Newberie (1597, published in 1619; Russian translation, 1926), The Gentle Craft (1598), and Thomas of Reading, or The Sixe Worthie Yeomen of the West (published in 1612; Russian translation, 1926). The significance of his novels lies in their democratic tendencies and interesting sketches of everyday life.

WORKS

The Works. Oxford, 1912.

REFERENCES

Grossman. L. “Proizvodstvennyi roman v epokhu Shekspira: Tomas Delone i ego zabytaia epopeia.” Pechat’ i revoliutsiia, 1927, no. 1.
Istoriia angliiskoi literatury, vol. 1, issue 2. Moscow-Leningrad, 1945.
Lawlis, M. E. Apology for the Middle Class: The Dramatic Novels of T. Deloney. Bloomington, 1960.

IU. I. KAGARLITSKII

References in periodicals archive ?
Part of the Commission's legal responsibility is conducting these penalty hearings in order to suspend or revoke licenses, but also to make sure the health, safety, and welfare of the public is protected," said MLCC Chairman Andy Deloney.
With assistance from NABCA Chairman Andy Deloney, Editor Jeremy Nedelka and Publisher Amy Collins presented eight agencies with their plaques, including the overall winner, the New Hampshire Liquor Commission.
32) Hyder Edward Rollins, 'Notes on Brian Melbancke's Philotimus', Studies in Philology, Extra Series 1 (1929), 40-57; 'Notes on the Sources of Melbancke's Philotimus', Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature 18 (1936), 177-98; 'Thomas Deloney and Brian Melbancke: Notes on Sources', Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature 19 (1937), 219-29; Morris Palmer Tilley, 'Further Borrowings from Poems in Philotimus (1583)', Studies in Philology 27 (1930), 186-214; Don Cameron Allen, 'Melbancke and Gosson', Modern Language Notes 54 (1939), 111-14.
Also, the company's first vice president of investments, Kenneth N Blomsterberg, associates Tony DeLoney and Spencer Moyer, assisted in the transaction.
These include Anne Dowriche's The French Historie, Christopher Marlowe's The Massacre at Paris, works by Thomas Deloney and Thomas Dekker, the plays of William Haughton and Shakespeare, and John Marston's The Dutch Courtesan.
In the historical period between the Renaissance meditative lyric of the inward eye and the interiority of the early eighteenth-century novel falls the period of the emergent early novel, represented here by the fiction of Thomas Deloney (c.
Chad Young of Little Rock's Wittenberg Deloney & Davidson presented the board with two options for the park's downtown facilities.
Deloney and Graham (2003) provided evidence suggesting that a training model that featured engagement in drama, appropriate reflection, and postactivity processing increased the perception of some helping professionals to understand the circumstances and perspectives of others.
Sundry strange and inhumaine Murthers, lately committed (1591); Thomas Deloney, The Lamentation of Master Page's Wife (London, 1591); Anon.
Diana (1594) Henry Constable Samuel Daniel * Thomas Deloney The Gentle Craft (In Praise of Shoemakers) Thomas Drant Horace his Arte of Poetrie, Pistles and Satyrs Sir Edward Dyer Amaryllis Eunapius Lives of the Sophists Euripides [Untraced translation] Abraham Fraunce Countesse of Pembrokes Yuychurch (1591) William Gager George Gascoinge Posies (1575) Arthur Golding The Fifteen Books of Ovid's John Gower * Metamorphoses (1575) Roger Hakluyt [Principle Navigations] Hierocles of Alexandria Commentary on the Golden Verses of Pythagoras John Heywood * Epigrams Thomas Hoccleve Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey James VI, King of Scotland John Lydgate * Siege of Thebes Sir Thomas More * Works (individual texts also cited) -- Mirror for Magistrates Stephanus Niger Commentarioli S.
Hill DeLoney Award: Youth Council Members and Planning Committee Members