The text's potential is therefore fulfilled: the play becomes subsidiary to the behaviour it prompts, avoiding the risk outlined in 'Of Humane Learning' that those 'who with Bookes
their nature ouer-build | Lose that in practise, which in Arts they gaine'.
But unlike the comical villain he played on screen, Booke
had a fascinating past.
(4) Does this make it less likely that Caxton was directly involved with the making of this Dutch-style manuscript of The Booke
of Ovyde Named Methamorphose?
according to my accustomed maner, which is, to acquaint you with any Booke
, or matter I print, that beareth some likelihood to be of worth, or might seeme pleasing or acceptable in your favourable censures.
Jane Grey has no idea how the Booke
of Prayre got mixed up in her library books.
Jane discovers Lady Jane's Booke
of Prayre mixed in with her research books from the library and it carries her back to Lady Jane during the last few months of her life.
That doth best commend a Booke
, the Stationer saies.
The term was then used to describe the kind of writer who turned out trashy books.n 1533, the statesman Thomas More observed that, 'of newe booke
makers, there are now moe then ynough'.
The Bliss Cookery Booke
holds multiple generations' secret recipes that can cure influenza, make people speak and walk backwards, and even mend a broken heart.
Paul's Cathedral and widely available in woodcuts such as those in the margins in the Booke
of Christian Prayers issued by John Daye in 1578 and a number of subsequent editions.
However, speculation linking him with Recital persisted after O'Brien confirmed he had booke
d the j o c k e y for Leopardstown on the understanding "he might be available for us in the Derby".