1590 - Nashe, Thomas - Almond for Parrot
|Author||Nashe, Thomas (?)|
|Title||An Almond for a Parrat|
|Mentions||King and collier|
By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2014-07-22.
Italics as in printe source.
McKerrow's and Wilson's notes (numbers refer to lines in printed source):
"Will Tony] I can give no information about this person. One may safely infer that he was notorious for the scurrility of his language.
24. King & collier] The phrase is unknown to me.
24-5] Cf. 'Sohow | brother Bridges' Epistle, ed. Arber, II. 14: 'Wohohow | brother London', Ep. 33. 12; Aylmer is frequently referred to by Martin as 'Iohn of London': 'Ha | ha | D. Copcot' Ep.5. 1."
- Presumably the mention of "King & colier" is an allusion to the tale of Rauf Coilȝear.
- [?Nashe, Thomas]. An Almond for a Parrat, Or Cutbert Curry-knaues Almes ([s.l.], ). Not seen.
- Nashe, Thomas; Petheram, John. An Almond for a Parrot: being a reply to Martin Marprelate (London, 1846). Not seen.
- Nashe, Thomas; McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees, ed.; Wilson, F.P., ed. The Works of Thomas Nashe (Oxford, 1966); see vol. III, p. 365.
- Nashe, Thomas; McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees, ed.; Wilson, F.P., ed. The Works of Thomas Nashe (Oxford, 1966), vol. III, p. 365.
- Nashe. op. cit., vol. IV, p. 466.