Object structure

Title:

Obrazy Polski i Polaków w Dymitriadach z perspektywy brytyjskiej

Subtitle:

Napis, Seria XII (2006)

Creator:

Cieszyńska, Beata

Publisher:

Wydawnicwto DiG

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

2006

Description:

24 cm ; Pol. text

Subject and Keywords:

Poland - 17 c. ; Time of Troubles ; Russia - 17 c. ; British diaries - 17 c.

References:

1. A. Andrusiewicz, Dzieje Dymidtriad 1602-1614, t. 1: Nadzieje i oczekiwania, t. 2: Na rozdrożu dziejów, Warszawa 1990.
2. Blondie tragedie, w: The False Dmitri: a Russian Romance and Tragedy, Described by British Eye-Witnesse, 1604-1612. Reprints of Contemporary Reports..., ed. with pref. by S. E. Howe, London 1918, s. 35.
3. Captain’s Gilbert Report, w: The False Dmitri: a Russian Romance and Tragedy, Described by British Eye-Witnesse, 1604-1612. Reprints of Contemporary Reports..., ed. with pref. by S. E. Howe, London 1918, s. 66.
4. C. Clark, Three Augustan Women Playwrights, „American University Studies” series 4: English language and literature, vol. 40 (1986).
5. Ph. Fletcher, Locustae, vel Pietas Jesuitica (The Locusts or Apollyonists), Cambridge 1627.
6. J. I. Marsden, Mary Pix's Ibrahim: The Woman Writers a Commercial Playwright, in: „Studies in the Literary Imagination” 1999, Nr 10/1, s. 6.
7. A. Nicoll, A history ot English Drama, 1660-1900, vol. 2, Cambridge 1927, s. 97.
8. M. Rubik, English Dramatists, Early Women Dramatists 1550-1800, London 1998, s. 88.
9. Sir Thomas Smith, Voyage and Entertainment in Russia, London 1605.
10. The Czar of Muscovy. As it is Acted the Theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields By His Majesty’s Servants, London 1701.
11. The False Dmitri: a Russian Romance and Tragedy, Described by British Eye-Witnesse, 1604-1612. Reprints of Contemporary Reports..., ed. with pref. by S. E. Howe, London 1918.
12. The Reporte of a Blondie and Terrible Massacre in the City of Moscow, with the Fearfull and Tragicall End of Demetrius the Last Duke, Before Him Raining at this Present, At London 1607.
13. C. V. Wedgwood, Poetry and Politics under the Stuarts, Cambridge 1960, s. 18-19.
14. Wiadomość o krwawej strasznej rzezi w mieście Moskwie, i okropny a żałosny koniec Dymitra, wielkiego księcia i cara moskiewskiego, przez Hollendra, naonczas w Moskwie bawiącego, w języku angielskim napisana i wydana w Londynie roku 1607, a teraz na język polski przełożona i pomnożona dodatkami wyjętymi ze zbiorów kórnickich, tł. L. Jagielski, Poznań 1858.

Relation:

Napis

Volume:

XII

Start page:

347

End page:

362

Resource Type:

Article : original article

Format:

application/pdf

Resource Identifier:

1507-4153

Source:

IBL PAN, call no. P.I.2795 ; click here to follow the link

Language:

pol

Rights:

Rights Reserved - Free Access

Terms of use:

Copyright-protected material. May be used within the limits of statutory user freedoms

Digitizing institution:

Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Original in:

Library of the Institute of Literary Research PAS

Projects co-financed by:

Programme Innovative Economy, 2010-2014, Priority Axis 2. R&D infrastructure ; European Union. European Regional Development Fund