3 edition of Gentlefolk in the making found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] John E. Mason.|
|LC Classifications||BJ1547 .M3 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 393 p.|
|Number of Pages||393|
|LC Control Number||74120648|
In , author Holbrook Jackson published a small book of aphorisms under the (mildly pretentious) title Platitudes in the Making: Precepts and Advices for Gentlefolk and gave a copy to his friend G.K. Chesterton. Chesterton, it seems, sat down with the book – and a green pencil – and wrote a response to each saying in the book. Joyce Hemlow, "Fanny Burney and the Courtesy Books," PMLA 65 (): See Goldberg, Sex and Enlightenment, , for a discussion of the relationships between conduct books and the novel. John E. Mason, Gentlefolk in the Making (; reprint, New York: Octagon Press, ), develops the idea that a work of conduct literatureCited by:
John E. Mason’s useful Gentlefolk in the Making: Studies in the History of English Courtesy Literature and Related Topics (). Rich in data, Mason’s archival survey nonetheless resembles the instructional manuals it discusses. Mason sets out to illuminate “the theory and practice of English gentlefolk” to better explain “the meaning and origin of good manners” (2), . Gentlefolk in the Making. Studies in the History of English Courtesy Literature and Related Topics from William John Phillips: Cornelius Weygandt: France on Byron: Thomas Clark Pollock: Arthur Hobson Quinn: The Philadelphia Theatre in the Eighteenth Century: Newell Zheller Sawyer: Cornelius Weygandt.
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Alfred Kessler, an avid collector of the works of G. Chesterton, uncovered a rare treasure - Chesterton's personal copy of a privately published edition of Holbrook Jackson's Platitudes in the Making (), with original responses by Chesterton written in green pencil between the lines of Jackson's book/5(2).
Gentlefolk in the Making Studies in the History of English Courtesy Literature and Related Topics from to John E. Mason. pages | 6 1/8 x 9 1/4 | 17 illus. Ebook | ISBN | Buy from De Gruyter $ | € | £ This book is available under special arrangement from our Gentlefolk in the making book publishing partner De Gruyter.
Gentlefolk in the Making Book Description: A detailed compilation of books on polite conduct from Elyot's The Governour to Chesterfield's Letters, with.
Inin a used bookstore in San Francisco, Dr. Alfred Kessler, an avid collector of the works of G. Chesterton, uncovered a rare treasure - Chesterton's personal copy of a privately published edition of Holbrook Jackson's Platitudes in the Making (), with original responses by Chesterton written in green pencil between the lines of Jackson'sthis.
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John Mason’s Gentlefolk in the Making () provides a comprehensive account of English courtesy works during their extended heyday from Thomas Elyot’s The Governour () to Lord Chesterfield’s Letters to His Son (). His study, although thorough, makes no attempt to place the courtesy literature discussed in a larger social context.
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Define gentlefolk. gentlefolk synonyms, gentlefolk pronunciation, gentlefolk translation, English dictionary definition of gentlefolk. also gentlefolks pl.n.
Persons of good family and relatively high station. or pl n people regarded as being of. 14 Surveys of the textual material on gentility are available in: Brauer, George C.
Jr, The education of a gentleman: theories of gentlemanly education in England, – (New York, ), and Mason, J. E., Gentlefolk in the making: studies in the history of English courtesy literature and related topics from to (Philadelphia, ).Cited by: 5 J.
Mason, Gentlefolk in the Making: Studies in the History of English Courtesy Literature and Related Topics from to (Philadelphia, ), pp.
–20, ; see also, George C. Brauer, The Education of a Gentleman: Theories of Gentlemanly Education In England, –(New York, ), pp. 61–2: ‘For the eighteenth-century.
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pan tadeusz. the last foray in lithuania. a story of life among polish gentlefolk. in the years and in twelve books. adam mickiewicz. translated from the polish by. This book has been cited by the following publications.
A Conservative Revolution: Elizabeth I and the Making of Religious and Rhetorical Truth. Advances in the History of Rhetoric, Vol. 10, Issue. 1, p. Mason, John E., Gentlefolk in the Making, Philadelphia, Cited by: pedagogical side of the courtesy book, while historians of education such as Woodward, Brauer, Charlton, and Rothblatt all have used material from courtesy writers extensively.
John F. Mason, Gentlefolk in the Making (Philadelphia, ); William H. Woodward, Studies in Edxcation during the Renaissance, 7.
Benjamin D. Hagen’s essay is a thoughtful discussion of DeSalvo’s textual scholarship in her neglected book Virginia Woolf’s First Voyage: A Novel in the Making ().
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We all readily admit that we feel better after a good page-turner, so why don’t we make it a regular habit?Platitudes in the Making: Precepts and Advices for Gentlefolk (reprint; original published London: D.J.
Rider; New York: M. Kennerly, ), by Holbrook Jackson (page images (with notes added by a reader) at HathiTrust; US access only).