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" I scorne and spue out the rakehellye route of our ragged rymers (for so themselues vse to hunt the letter) which without learning boste, without iudgement iangle, without reason rage and fome, as if some instinct of Poeticall spirite had newly rauished... "
Ancient Critical Essays Upon English Poets and PoŽsy - Page 38
by George Gascoigne, William Webbe, James I (King of England), Sir John Harington, Thomas Campion, Francis Meres, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Bolton, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey - 1815
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Elizabethan Critical Essays, Volume 1

George Gregory Smith - Criticism - 1904
...(he meaneth of the learned framing the newe Poets workes which writt the Sheepheardes Calender) 5 ' I scorne and spue out the rakehelly rout of our ragged...reason rage and fume, as if some instinct of poeticall spyrite1 had newlie rauished them aboue the meanesse of 10 common capacity. And beeing in the midst...
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Elizabethan Critical Essays, Volume 1

George Gregory Smith - Criticism - 1904
...(he meaneth of the learned framing the newe Poets workes which writt the Sheepheardes Calender) 5 ' I scorne and spue out the rakehelly rout of our ragged Rymers (for so themselues vse to hunLthg__Letter) which without learning boaste, without Judgment iangle, without reason rage and fume,...
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Loves Labour's Lost

William Shakespeare - 1904 - 401 pages
...Phrases.), is E[dward] K[irk]s Epistle Dedicatory to Spenser's Shepheard's Calender: ' I scorne and spew out the rakehelly rout of our ragged rymers (for so themselues vse to hunt the letter).' — p. 28, ed. Grosart, and quoted by Webbe, Discourse of English Poetrie, 1586, p. 37, ed. Arber....
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Loues Labour's Lost

William Shakespeare - 1904 - 401 pages
...Phrases.), is E[dward] K[irk]s Epistle Dedicatory to Spenser's Shep heard' s Calender: ' I scorne and spew out the rakehelly rout of our ragged rymers (for so themselues vse to hunt the letter).' — p. 28, ed. Grosart, and quoted by Webbe, Discourse of English Poetrie, 1586, p. 37, ed. Arber....
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: Loues labour's lost. 1904

William Shakespeare, Modern Language Association of America - 1904
...Phrases.), is E[dward] K[irk]s Epistle Dedicatory to Spenser's Shepheard' s Calender: ' I scorne and spew out the rakehelly rout of our ragged rymers (for so themselues vse to hunt the letter).' — p. 28, ed. Grosart, and quoted by Webbe, Discourse of English Poetrie, 1586, p. 37, ed. Arber....
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A literary history of the English people from the renaissance to the civil ...

Jean Jules Jusserand - English literature - 1906
...simple, practical, sensible 1 ; of Sidney, the most charming of all ; of Webbe, an enemy to rime (" I scorne and spue out the rakehelly rout of our ragged rymers "), but, nevertheless, a great admirer of a " newe poet, Master Sp.," otherwise called Spenser 2 ;...
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The Uses of Poetry

Denys Thompson - Literary Criticism - 1978 - 238 pages
...senceless sonets who. . .stuffe every stall full of grosse devises and unlearned Pamphlets', adding 'I scorne and spue out the rakehelly rout of our ragged Rymers'. The cleavage between Shakespeare, writing for performance and not for print, and Ben Jonson has already...
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Shakespeare and the Poet's Life

Gary Schmidgall - Biography & Autobiography
...rhymer were standard pejorative epithets for the lower rungs of the poetic profession, as witness Webbe: "I scorne and spue out the rakehelly rout of our ragged rymers" (Discourse, 37). In Shakespeare's canon there is one unequivocally positive occurrence, in Sonnet 55's...
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Love's Labour's Lost

William Shakespeare - 2001 - 500 pages
...Phrases.), is £[dward] K[irk]s Epistle Dedicatory to Spenser's Shepheard's Calender: ' I scorne and spew out the rakehelly rout of our ragged rymers (for so themselues vse to hunt the letter).' — p. 28, ed. Grosart, and quoted by Webbe, Discourse of English Poetrie, 1586, p. 37, ed. Arber....
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Notes & Queries

William White - Questions and answers - 1906
...Rymere (for so themselves vse to hunt the Letter), which without learning boaste, without judgment iangle, without reason rage and fume, as if some instinct 'of poeticall spynte had newlie rauished them, aboue the meanesse of common capacity." The only spelling he employs...
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