2 edition of The history of Jane Shore found in the catalog.
The history of Jane Shore
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1985. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 1060, no. 16).
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The actual book Mysterious Mistress: The Life & Legend of Jane Shore will bring that you the new experience of reading the book. The author style to spell out the idea is very unique. If you try to find new book to learn, this book very appropriate to you. Jane Shore was born in New Jersey and attended Goddard College in Vermont. She earned an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in She is the author of many books of poems, including That Said: New and Selected Poems (); A Yes-or-No Answer (), winner of the Poets’ Prize; Happy Family (); Music Minus One (), a finalist for the National Book .
Edward IV’s mistress was, of course, Jane Shore, immortalised by Sir Thomas More’s sympathetic portrayal. She was baptised Elizabeth Lambert. Popular history has her husband down as Matthew Shore – goldsmith. Interestingly Thomas More does not identify Shore’s first name or his profession. Buy The History of Jane Shore by Jane Shore (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jane Shore.
Jane Shore, first performed at Drury Lane in February and staged 19 times in its first run, was the penultimate drama of Nicholas Rowe (), English writer and Shakespearean editor, published in the year before his appointment as Poet Laureate in Seller Rating: % positive. Life. She graduated from Goddard College, and moved from Vermont to the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She graduated from Radcliffe College in , where she was a student of Elizabeth Bishop.. Shore met Howard Norman in , and they married in They have a daughter, Emma (born ).. Norman and Shore lived in Cambridge, New Jersey, Oahu, and Vermont, .
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In its determination to preserve the century of. Jane Shore, mistress of the English king Edward IV (reigned –70 and –83). Beautiful, charming, and witty, she is thought to have exercised a beneficial influence over Edward. The daughter of a prosperous London merchant, Jane at an early age married William Shore, a goldsmith.
Edward, who. Jane Shore (born Elizabeth Lambert) was born in London around She was the daughter of John Lambert, a wealthy merchant and his wife, Amy. Due to her family’s wealth, Jane received a high level of education, which, at that time was uncommon for people of this class and even more so for a : Dhwty.
Re–Presenting "Jane" Shore analyzes the representation of the mistress of Edward IV of England, known to us as "Jane" Shore (c. The daughter of a well-to-do merchant, she left her merchant husband to become the king's concubine. After Edward's death, his brother, later Richard III, charged her with witchcraft and harlotry, prompting Thomas More to include.
Page 6 - Man thou art, to man returnest. " has been spoken of the rib. Not enjoyment, and not sorrow, is our destined end or way, but to act that each to-morrow finds us nearer marriage day. Life is long and youth is fleeting, and our hearts, though light and gay, still like pleasant drums are beating wedding marches all the way.
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Elizabeth "Jane" Shore (née Lambert) was one of Edward IV's long term mistresses and one of three principle mistresses known as "the merriest, the wiliest, and the holiest harlots" in his realm.
The discovery of Edward's affair with Jane initially pained Elizabeth though she came to tolerate Jane's presence at court. While Edward's mistress Jane is also the mistress to several of. Jane Shore was a woman at the heart of English politics.
As King Edward IV’s mistress she appears in history as a harlot and concubine; however, there was much more to her life than he role as a mistress. The Penance of Jane Shore by William Blake Jane Shore is one of the most renowned of medieval royal mistresses, rivalling only Katherine Swynford in her fame.
However, Jane was not so fortunate as Katherine; there was no 'happily ever after' with her royal lover. As she has gone down in history, the poor woman. : The history of Jane Shore, concubine to King Edward IV. (): Multiple Contributors, See Notes: Books.
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