He thanks the king for coming to his aquot;pooraquot; banquet, but the fare he offers is aquot;poor aquot; ... In Heywooda#39;s 1 Edward IV there appears a banquet scene that is more challenging in its attitude toward genteel virtues than Dekkera#39;s feast. The banquet isanbsp;...
|Title||:||After the Reformation|
|Author||:||Barbara C. Malament, Jack H. Hexter|
|Publisher||:||Manchester University Press - 1980|