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Stephen Hawes, The Passetyme of Pleasure — 5816 lines generally in rhyme royal with Dedication and Envoy.
Note: For extracts occurring separately see 3743, 4017, 4497.
Author(s): Stephen Hawes
Title(s): The Passetyme of Pleasure
Subjects: allegories; envoys
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 12948. Hawes, Stephen, [The pastime of pleasure], [London: W. de Worde, 1509]
2.Source: STC 12949. Hawes, Stephen, Here begyneth the passe tyme of pleasure, [London:] W. de Worde, 1517
Editions:
Mead, William Edward, ed. Stephen Hawes: the Pastkime of Pleasure. EETS o.s. 173 (1928); repr. 1971.
Hammond, Eleanor Prescott. English Verse between Chaucer and Surrey. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1927: 268-86, 487-95 (extracts).
3.Source: STC 12950. Hawes, Stephen, The historie of graunde Amoure and la bell Pucel, called the Pastime of plesure co[n]teining the knowledge of the seue[n] sciences, [and] the course of mans life in this worlde. Iuuented [sic] by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth his chamber, [London:] Newely perused and imprynted by Iohn Wayland, aucthorised a prynter, by the Quenes highnes most gracious letters patentes, [1554]
Editions:
Southey, Robert. Select Works of the British Poets. London: Longman, etc., 1831.
4.Source: STC 12951. Hawes, Stephen, The history of graund amoure and la bel pucell, called the pastime of pleasure conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, and the course of mans lyfe in this worlde. Inuented by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth, his chamber, [Imprinted at London: In Fletestreate, at the signe of the hande and starre, by (W. Copland for) Rychard Tottell], Anno domini. 1555
5.Source: STC 12952. Hawes, Stephen, The history of graund Amoure and la bel Pucel, called the Pastime of pleasure conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, [and] the course of mans lyfe in this worlde. Inuented by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth, his chamber, [Imprinted at London: In forster lane, by (W. Copland for) Ihon Waley], Anno domini. 1555
Editions:
Wright, Thomas, ed. Stephen Hawes: The Pastime of Pleasure. Percy Society 18. London: Richards, 1846.