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Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby 1599-1605

Margaret Hoby

Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby 1599-1605

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Published by Routledge in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hoby, Margaret, -- Lady, -- 1570 or 1-1633.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dorothy M. Meads.
    ContributionsMeads, Dorothy M.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22453317M


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Get this from a library. Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, [Margaret Hoby, Lady; Dorothy M Meads; George Routledge and Sons,; Stephen Austin and Sons,]. The private life of an Elizabethan lady: the diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, Book Author(s) Hoby, Margaret, Moody, Joanna Date Publisher Sutton Pub place Stroud ISBNISBN, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hoby, Margaret, Lady, or Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, Boston ; New York: Houghton Mifflin, The diary of Lady Margaret Hoby,is one of the most important journals of a woman writer of the sixteenth century.

Lady Margaret was the only daughter and heiress of a wealthy landowner. She was married first to Walter Devereux, brother of Robert, Earl of Essex (favourite of Elizabeth I) then to Thomas Sidney, brother of the great.

The diary covers the periodwhen she lived on her estate in North Yorkshire, and records Lady Margaret's spiritual endeavours, the life of her household and such great events as the legal case in Star Chamber which took the Hobys to London.

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In fact, it was edited a few years later by Dorothy M. Meads and published as Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby by George Routledge & Sons in Meads, however, can’t help but give vent to her own frustration that Hoby did not write more extensively on.

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ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT LINKS British Library, Manuscripts Collection. SOME PUBLISHED TITLES The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby Margaret Hoby, Joanna Moody: Books - or: Margaret Hoby.

The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, : Lady Margaret Hoby, Joanna Moody, Graham Parry: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Lady Margaret Hoby, Joanna Moody.

This diary covers the periodwhen she lived on her estate in North Yorkshire, and records Lady Margaret's spiritual endeavours, the life of her househould and such great events as the legal case in Star Chamber which took the Hobys to London.

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p (6) ibid. The quotation is from a letter from Margaret to Sir Robert Cecil in the Cecil Papers Vol. IV, (7) ibid. p (8) Crawford op cit. p Manor courts were one of the few places were women were able.

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While many individuals use their diaries to reflect on their day, and as a way to revisit past memories, Lady Hoby used her diary as a record of her religious pursuits, including prayer, meditation, and reading.

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This article critically examines the influence that the diary and its religiosity exerted on the identity of Lady Margaret Hoby.

Using evidence from the diary itself and Hoby’s social milieu as well as evidence found in contemporary conduct books, the diary is interpreted as a document in which Hoby fashioned a liberating self-identity, which. 9August and 21 July In addition to the two scholarly editions, Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby,–, ed.

Dorothy M. Meads (Boston, ), and The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: TheDiary of Lady Margaret Hoby –, ed. Joanna Moody (Stroud, U.K., ), a facsimile of the. DNB, ‘Lady Margaret Hoby’ (subscription required) Joanna Moody, The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, (Stroud: Sutton, ) These are stock phrases and can be found throughout the diary.

Diary, 20 December ; 10 and 16 April ; Diary, 23 September ; 13 April ; 1 April   Abstract. This chapter begins by considering the close rhetorical relationship between praying and dining in Margaret, Lady Hoby’s manuscript diary, suggesting that these acts should be understood as two halves of a : Madeline Bassnett.

The private life of an Elizabethan lady: the diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, / edited by Joanna Moody. Show more Show less. THE DIARY OF AN ELIZABETHAN GENTLE-WOMAN By Miss EVELYN FOX Read Ap THE diary which is the subject of this paper was written by Margaret, Lady Hoby, the wife of Sir Thomas Posthumous Hoby, of Hackness, near Scarborough; it extends from August to August i6o5.

The manuscript is now in. APA. Hoby, M., & Moody, J. The private life of an Elizabethan lady: The diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton. The private life of an Elizabethan lady: the diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, / by: Hoby, Margaret, Lady, Published: () Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby, by: Hoby, Margaret, Lady, From Churchill's War Rooms: Letters of a Secretary, ; Ezra Pound to His Parents: Letters ; The Private Life of an Elizabethan Lady: The Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby.

Covering the years –, Hoby’s entries pdf a life saturated by print – the reading of Scripture pdf contemporary devotional authors, as well as of copying reading material into her commonplace and testament books.

Hoby’s religious discipline was not unusual for devout women of the gentry class, whose piety came to resemble Cited by: 4.Hoby was the younger son of Sir Thomas Hoby (–), the English Ambassador to France inby download pdf marriage to Elizabeth Cooke, who was a daughter of the humanist Sir Anthony Cooke (–), one of four sisters notable for their learning.

Hoby was born after his father's death, which led to his gaining the additional name of 'Posthumus'.The ebook Ezra Pound () was the only child of Homer Loomis Pound () and Isabel Weston Pound (). He grew up in Philadelphia, where his father was an assayer in the U.S.

Mint; was educated at the University of Pennsylvania, and at Hamilton College in upstate New York.