The Aspiring Mind of the Elizabethan Younger Generation

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Appendix: leading courtiers and writers of the generation of 1560*
Sir Walter Raleigh, 1552- 1618 Edmund Spenser, 1552- 1599
Sir Edward Coke, 1552- 1634 Richard Hakluyt, 155-1616
Gilbert Talbot, Earl of Shrews
bury, 1553-1616
Edward Somerset, Earl of Wor
cester, 1553-1628
Sir Philip Sidney, 1554- 1586 John Lyly, 1554- 1586
Sir Fulke Greville, 1554- 1628 Richard Hooker, 1554- 1600
Peregrine Bertie, Lord Willough
by, 1555-1601
Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel,
Thomas Watson, 1557- 1592
1557-1595
Sir Henry Unton, 1557- 1595
Anthony Bacon, 1558- 1601 Thomas Kyd, 1558- 1595
George Clifford, Earl of Cumber- George Peele, 1558- 1597
land, 1558-1605
Dr. Julius Caesar, 1558- 1636 Thomas Lodge, 1558- 1625
George Chapman, 1559- 1634
Sir Francis Vere, 1560- 1609 Robert Greene, 1560- 1592
Sir Edward Hoby, 1560- 1617
Francis Bacon, later Baron Veru- Robert Southwell, 1561-1595
lam, Viscount St. Albans, 1561-
1626
Lord Thomas Howard, 1561- 1626
Sir John Burgh, 1562- 1594
Charles Blount, Lord Mountjoy, Samuel Daniel, 1563- 1619
1563-1606
Sir Robert Cecil, later Earl of Michael Drayton, 1563- 1631
Salisbury, 1563- 1612
Sir Robert Sidney, later Earl of
Leicester, 1563- 1626
Sir Thomas Edmondes, 1563- 1630
Sir Thomas Sherley, 1564- 1630 William Shakespeare, 1564- 1616
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumber- Christopher Marlowe, 1564- 1593
land, 1564-1632
Sir Anthony Sherley, 1565- 1635 John Davies of Hereford, 1565-
1618
Sir Ferdinando Gorges, 1566- 1647
Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, Thomas Nashe, 1567- 1601
1566-1601
____________________
*
Based on information contained in the Calendars of State Papers, Foreign and Domestic, the Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, and G. B. Harrison Elizabethan Journals.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction: A Generational Approach to Elizabethan England ix
  • I. a Burned-Out Generation 3
  • Ii. the Orthodox View of Ambition 24
  • Iii. a Generation of Phoenixes 51
  • Iv. the Bubble Reputation 87
  • V. a Lust for Dominion 125
  • Vi. Grand Schemes, Impossible to Accomplish 165
  • Vii. the Melancholy Malcontents 202
  • Appendix: Leading Courtiers and Writers of the Generation of 1560 244
  • Bibliography of Works Cited 245
  • Index 262
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