|Other titles||Scarronnides, Virgile travestie|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 979:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 150 p|
|Number of Pages||150|
Excerpt from Scarronides, or Virgil Travestie: A Mock Poem on the First and Fourth Books of Virgil's Æneid, in English Burlesque: Æneas had not been o' the water Above an hour, or such a matter; Nor further row'd, than we may rate 'Twixt Parson's Dock and Billingsgate, Or say, betwixt Dover and Calais, When Juno (full of her old malice) Thus with herself began to mutter,3/5. Scarronides, or, Virgile travestie a mock-poem being the second book of Virgils AEneis translated into English burlesq: being a continuation of the former story / by R. M. () [Charles Cotton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. EARLY HISTORY OF RELIGION. Imagine holding history in your hands. Now you : Charles Cotton. Scarronnides, or, Virgile travestie: a mock-poem, on the first & fourth books of Virgil's Ænæis in English burlesque / by: Cotton, Charles, Published: () Scarronnides, or, Virgile travestie: a mock-poem, on the first and fourth books of Virgil's Ænæis in . Scarronnides, or, Virgile travestie: a mock-poem, on the first & fourth books of Virgil's Ænæis in English burlesque / by: Cotton, Charles, Published: ().
Scarronides: or, Virgile Travestie. A Mock-Poem on the First and Fourth Books of Virgils Æneis in English, Burlesque [Part I], initial leaf with woodcut rebus of the printer Henry Brome on verso, burn hole in E8 [not on ESTC; cf. Pforzheimer , edition], Printed by E. Cotes for Henry Brome at the Gun in Ivie-lane, ; Scarronnides the fourth book of Virgils Æneis in English [Part. Scarronnides: or, Virgile travestie. A mock-poem. In imitation of the fourth book of Virgils Aeneis in English, burlesque London, Printed by E. Cotes for Henry Brome (VRG) Eng In addition to the above, another Virgil from the Fountaine library was . This use of Bedfordshire is first recorded in Scarronnides: Or, Virgile Travestie. A Mock-Poem. In imitation of the Fourth Book of Virgils Æneis in English, Burlesque (London: Printed by E. Cotes for Henry Brome, ), by the English poet and translator Charles Cotton (): Now when with rakeing up the fire Each one departs to Bedford. Other articles where Virgile travesty is discussed: travesty: an imitation of the French Virgile travesty (–53) by Paul Scarron. (The use of the word travesty—literally, “dressed in disguise”—in the title of Scarron’s work gave rise to the English word, first as an adjective.) Later the French developed the féeries folies, a musical burlesque that travestied fairy tales.
Robert Virgile is an independent SAS trainer and consultant, with 30 years of experience developing and teaching SAS classes. He has published numerous papers and written problem-solving contests for the Northeast SAS Users Group (NESUG) and SAS Global Forum. The Burlesque “Scarronnides, or, Virgile travestie a mock poem” a modern retelling of the fourth book of Virgils Aeneid by Charles Cotton published in proclaimed that, “But to the Church (forsooth) anon/ They must, and slipping on their Pattens / They went, as who should say to Mattens.”. Virgile, Non book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Wittig describes an extraordinary journey through the infernal regions /5. Scarronnides, or, Virgile travestie (). Find all books from Cotton, Charles. At you can find used, antique and new books, compare results and immediately purchase your selection at the best price. Charles Cotton, Paperback, English-language edition, Pub by EEBO Brand: EEBO Editions, Proquest.