The Posies

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[MARGINALIA]:"The discouerie of his mistress, a false diamant. His sicknes, & Jealosie did not help the matter, but did marre all. Woomen loue men: & care not for pore harts, that cannot bestead them. Especially at the returne of his ritual, her Secretarie; it imported him to empooue himself more, then before; & not to languish like a milkstop, or to play the pore snake vpon himself. Ladie Elinor woold haue liked the man and woold haue maintained his possession by force of armes, & with braue encounters beat his enimie owt of the field."

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The Posies

Reading experience
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[MARGINALIA]:"The discouerie of his mistress, a false diamant. His sicknes, & Jealosie did not help the matter, but did marre all. Woomen loue men: & care not for pore harts, that cannot bestead them. Especially at the returne of his ritual, her Secretarie; it imported him to empooue himself more, then before; & not to languish like a milkstop, or to play the pore snake vpon himself. Ladie Elinor woold haue liked the man and woold haue maintained his possession by force of armes, & with braue encounters beat his enimie owt of the field."

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This is a marginal note cited by John Kerrigan in his essay 'The editor as reader' in Raven, Small and Tadmor (eds), The Practice and Representation of Reading in England (Cambridge, 1996). Kerrigan says this is typical of Harvey's style of annotation as 'aide memoire' in order to derive lessons from texts; in this case, Kerrigan says, his reading leads him to deduce 'somewhere down the line... that firm and courageous dealing with Spain is the only way to success.'

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

Gabriel Harvey: Marginalia
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/101591
Accessed on 2019/11/14 17:12:15

Related place
England
Related people
Harvey, Gabriel
Related text or manuscript
Gabriel Harvey: Marginalia
Related place
England
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