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The Vnfortunate Traveller, or The Life Of Jack Wilton With An Essay On The Life And Writings Of Thomas Nash By Edmund Gosse By Thomas Nash
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Nashe (baptised November 1567 – c. 1601) is... More > considered the greatest of the English Elizabethan pamphleteers. :5 He was a playwright, poet, and satirist. He is best known for his novel The Unfortunate Traveller.Thomas Nashe was the son of the parson William Nashe and Margaret (née Witchingham). He was born and baptised in Lowestoft, on the coast of Suffolk, where his father, William Nashe, or Nayshe as it is recorded, was curate. Though his mother, bore seven children, only two survived childhood: Israel (born in 1565) and Thomas. :11The family moved to West Harling, near Thetford in 1573 after Nashe's father was awarded the living there at the church of All Saints. Around 1581 Thomas went up to St John's College, Cambridge as a sizar, gaining his bachelor's degree in 1586. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Nashe< Less
CHOICE OF VALENTINES By Thomas Nashe
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"The Choise of Valentines" claims attention, and is of value principally on two grounds, either of which, it is held, should amply justify the more permanent preservation[page viii] now... More > accorded this otherwise insignificant production. In the first place, it appears to have been dedicated to the Earl of Southampton, the generous patron of letters, and friend of Shakspeare; and second, it is probably the only example extant of the kind of hackwork to which Nash was frequently reduced by "the keenest pangs of poverty." He confesses he was often obliged "to pen unedifying toys for gentlemen."< Less
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Fifty Puritan Ancestors 1628-1660 and Genealogical Notes 1560-1900 by Their Lineal Descendant By Elizabeth Todd Nash
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"Fifty Puritan Ancestors 1628-1660 and Genealogical Notes 1560-1900 by Their Lineal Descendant," by Elizabeth Todd Nash, 1902. Families covered in this book are: Nash, Reverand Samuel... More > Stone, Kellogg, Terry, Merrill, Watson, Phelps, Case, Purchase, Pettibone, Egleston, Talcott, Bissell, Holdomb, Wilcox, Stoughton, John Savage, John North, John Norton, Warner, Bradley, George Smith, Ward, Sherman, Todd, Blakeman, Wheeler, Crane, Couch, Andrews, Giles Smith, Griswold, John Griswold, Tracy, Backus, Hand, Charles, Benjamin Wright, Cornwall, Thomas North, Mary Price, Thomas Smith, Edward Pattison, Buell, Stevens, Meigs, Wilcoxson, Willard, Hosmer, Bartlett, Cruttenden, Scranton, Seward, Norton, Fowler, Hubbard, Jordan, and Bishop. 171 pages< Less
Beautiful Illusions By Thomas N. Dennis
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Did you manage to live through the Seventies? Did you start out your (putative) adult life in that dark decade as did young Nash DeRouge, the affable narrator of this (putatively) fictional memoir?... More > You might enjoy this book.< Less
Beautiful Illusions By Thomas N. Dennis
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Did you manage to live through the Seventies? Did you start out your (putative) adult life in that dark decade as did young Nash DeRouge, the affable narrator of this (putatively) fictional memoir?... More > You might enjoy this book.< Less
Beautiful Illusions By Thomas N. Dennis
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Did you manage to live through the Seventies? Did you start out your adult life in or near that dark and musically desolate decade as did young Nash DeRouge, the affable narrator of this (putatively)... More > fictional memoir? You might enjoy this book. Lyrics are prominently featured throughout, and it's obvious which authors this author loves most. Not "southern writing" but writing created in the southern U.S.< Less
Magic Sweat By Thomas N. Dennis
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This is a collection of short fiction, long fiction and one play, whose title comes from an expression used by Mircea Eliade. We again encounter Nash, a character from the earlier "Beautiful... More > Illusions." Many trips are taken: a young, stricken preacher-criminal in “Seeing the Grey” takes off for a while with a latter-day dope-smoking obese man named Fingerwood, and Aiken in the opening “Ways Home” is subjected to a most unpleasant, yet somehow satisfyingly insane series of fugue-like movements as he festinates about. “Dipsocryptamnesia” documents the binge drinker’s DUI night and subsequent trials. “No Prozac For Hamlet” explores the connections between fathers and sons, madness and pretense, as seen on stage and presented by a media shill. Magic Sweat is not without moments of fey humor, but it is a troubling array of tilted viewpoints, tangled karma and slow learners that we see here, moving around at night and with purpose (if not direction).< Less
Magic Sweat By Thomas N. Dennis
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This is a collection of short fiction, long fiction and one play, whose title comes from an expression used by Mircea Eliade. We again encounter Nash, a character from the earlier "Beautiful... More > Illusions." Many trips are taken: a young, stricken preacher-criminal in “Seeing the Grey” takes off for a while with a latter-day dope-smoking obese man named Fingerwood, and Aiken in the opening “Ways Home” is subjected to a most unpleasant, yet somehow satisfyingly insane series of fugue-like movements as he festinates about. “Dipsocryptamnesia” documents the binge drinker’s DUI night and subsequent trials. “No Prozac For Hamlet” explores the connections between fathers and sons, madness and pretense, as seen on stage and presented by a media shill. Magic Sweat is not without moments of fey humor, but it is a troubling array of tilted viewpoints, tangled karma and slow learners that we see here, moving around at night and with purpose (if not direction).< Less
Flecti, Non Frangi By Daniel Batten
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Dark prose that uses the powers of language to attack the idiocy and the foolishness of modern society and looks to bring the hypocrisy of many to light not to hurt but to bring about awareness and... More > change. A book of satire in the honored tradition of Perseus, Horace, Montaigne, and Thomas Nashe.< Less

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