Ship of Safeguard
Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 106 pages
Simon McKeown (King's College School, London) and William E. Sheidley (U. of Southern Colorado-Pueblo) present an edition of Googe's (1540- 94) A newe Booke called the Shippe of safegarde published in London in 1569. It is a moral and religious allegory in which man's life is likened to the passage of a ship through dangerous seas, that can only av
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