2 edition of Elizabethan book-pirates. found in the catalog.
Cyril Bathurst Judge
Originally published, Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard University Press, 1934.
|Series||Harvard studies in English -- volume 8|
of books." 88 Anne, c. 7E. W. Pollard, Shakespeare's Fight with the Pirates (Cambridge, ), p. 2. 8C. B. Judge; Elizabethan Book-Pirates (Cambridge, ), p. 5. 9The statement that Caxton introduced printing into England at this date is disputed. It is claimed that the art of printing was practised at Oxford as early as persons and rebels, and from bringing in traitorous books from abroad."^ Seditious books remained a problem; a act of Parliament cslled for the "punishment of such as shall disperse books and libels to the slander of gov ernment."^ ^ For a discussion of Elizabethan censorship, see Cyril Bathurst Judge, Elizabethan Book-Pirates, Harvard.
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Elizabethan Book-Pirates. By CYRIL BATHURST JUDGE. Cam-bridge (Mass.): Harvard University Press; London: Hum-phrey Milford. I Pp. xiv+ $; los. net. ALTHOUGH none of the matters discussed in this book are new to students of Elizabethan printing, Mr. Judge by his diligent use of.
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The Elizabethan Book Pirates In sixteenth century England, Elizabeth I granted monopoly privileges to select publishers over such basic texts as the Bible, alphabet books, almanacs, books of grammar, and law books.
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He doesn’t know what happened to him. He asks Elizabeth and she explains. After reading 5. Quoted in C.B. Judge, Elizabethan Book-Pirates (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), 6. As Siebert notes, the role which Actors fulfilled was more in the way of King's stationer, rather than King's printer, in that his principal duty was "to supply written and printed books for the officials and the members of the king's family"; Siebert.
Q: Pop culture has swayed the public opinion of what a pirate is, but in terms of your book and the history of pirates in the Bay, could you define what exactly is a pirate is?
Dr. Goodall: From the Elizabethan Sea Dogs through the so-called “Golden Age” of piracy, commerce raiders have maintained a prominent place in people’s imaginations.A decree prohibiting the publication of any book contrary to statute, injunction, ordinance and letters patents, as well as any ordinance set down by the Company of Stationers.
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