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Nashe

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Thomas. 1567--1601, English pamphleteer, satirist, and novelist, author of the first picaresque novel in English, The Unfortunate Traveller, or the Life of Jack Wilton (1594)
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This is a very close quotation, but not from Nashe: instead it comes from the longest and most bitter of Harvey's writings against him, Pierces Supererogation (1593).
The application for termination of publication of the "Nashe Yedinstvo" was published in No.
For these two calculations, the available comparisons are reduced from 14 to 23 and from 18 to 17, because for "strong syntactic breaks" the correlation of 0.931 between Arden of Faversham, 4-8, and the Shakespeare scenes of 1 Henry VI (Table 1 left-hand column) is the same as that between Arden of Faversham, 1-3 and 9-end, the non-Shakespeare scenes that are not by Nashe in 1 Henry VI (Table 2 right-hand column): the coin has, as it were, landed on its edge, so for calculating probabilities this tie must be ignored.
Marlowe and Nashe initially exploit the fluid duality of both Venus and the hermaphrodite to mock hypocritical expressions of erotic love and political harmony in Elizabethan society.
The last thing London's Smart Set wanted to sit through, amid the euphoria of Edward VIII's accession, was an hour-long memento mori that culminated in Nashe's harrowing dirge:
(23) In all likelihood, his grievances were first and foremost levelled against an actor who thought he could write verse good enough to be performed alongside those of Marlowe, Nashe, Peele ...
(Philocothonista) (7) Heywood's verse links the animals to their brothers; the fellow male drunkards who are similarly as devoid of reason and sense as the beasts are, before concluding that in the forty years since Nashe's pamphlet, Britain now exceeds all other nations in the sheer quantity of drunks that the country can boast.
In the summer of 1597, a play he wrote with Thomas Nashe, The Isle of Dogs, upset the authorities so badly that they ordered all theaters torn down, imprisoned Jonson and two other actors, and set their chief enforcer, Richard Topcliffe, to interrogate them.
Davis, Alex, Renaissance Historical Fiction: Sidney, Deloney, Nashe, Woodbridge and Rochester, D.
dissertation of Marshall McLuhan, which he began working on shortly after Belloc's article was originally published and was itself an attempt to review and reevaluate how literary and cultural historians viewed the bitter sixteenth-century dispute between Thomas Nashe and Gabriel Harvey.
Petersburg's Nashe Kino, has notched nearly $20 million at the box office this year.