by Pub. for the Shakespeare Association by H. Milford, Oxford University Press in [London] .
|Series||Shakespeare Association. Facsimiles., no. 2|
|Contributions||Harrison, G. B. 1894- ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR2283.G7 S5 1598a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix p., facsim. ( p.) 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||32020013|
With facsimile of original t.p.: Skialetheia. Or, A shadowe of truth, in certaine epigrams and satyres. [Printer's mark] At London, Printed by I.R. for Nicholas Ling, . General notes. By Edward Guilpin In verse Printer's name from STC Signatures: A-D E⁴ The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A"; the last leaf is blank Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery Available electronically as part of Early English books . SKIALETHEIA. OR, A shadowe of Truth, in cer-taine Epigrams and Satyres. [image] At London, Printed by I.R. for Nicholas Ling, and are to bee solde at the little West doore of Poules. Skialetheia by Guilpin, Everard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Although well known to experts in English literature, Guilpin's Skialetheia has been available only in inadequate texts until now. This edition of the work presents an old-spelling critical text and provides and introduction and commentary on the text. These seventy epigrams and seven formal verse satires display the peculiarly negative Author: Everard Guilpin. Guilpin’s Skialetheia, &c. , Epig. ” —Dyce. JOHN DAVIES EPIGRAM – IN REFUM. III. Rufus the courtier, at the theatre, Leaving the best and most conspicuous place, Doth either to the stage himself transfer, Or through a grate doth show his double face, For that the clamorous fry of Inns of Court. Everard Guilpin, published anonymously, Skialetheia. Or, A Shadow of Truth, in Certaine Epigrams or Satyres  Christopher Marlowe, Hero and Leander, published posthumously and completed by George Chapman (who divided the poem into two sestiads and adding four more written by Chapman himself); described as "this unfinished Tragedy", yet possibly considered complete by Marlowe . Additionally, nine specific books were singled out for censorship: Joseph Hall, Vergidemiarum. 2 Vols. (). John Marston, The Metamorphosis of Pigmalions Image and Certaine Satyres () John Marston, The Scourge of Villanie () Edward Guilpin, Skialetheia. or, A shadowe of Truth ().
SKIALETHEIA. OR, A shadowe of Truth, in cer- and are to bee solde at the little West doore of Poules. London. PUBLISHED BY J[ames] R[oberts] PUBLISHED FOR Nicholas Ling [Page] 1. Of Gnatho. My Lord most court-like lyes in bed till noone, This text was transcribed from images available at Early English Books Online: http. Abstract The present essay suggests that Everard Guilpin’s collection of satirical poetry, Skialetheia (), is entrenched in early modern notions of age and masculinity. Skialetheia. Or, A shadowe of truth, in certaine epigrams and satyres. (eBook, )  Get this from a library! Guilpin, Everard or Edward (fl) Source: A Dictionary of Writers and their Works Author(s): Michael Cox, Christopher Riches. English poet Skialetheia; or, A Shadow of Truth, in Certaine Epigrams or Satyres () Poetry The Whipper of.