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William Cornish in a play, pageants, prison, and politics

Sydney Anglo

William Cornish in a play, pageants, prison, and politics

by Sydney Anglo

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Published by O.U.P in (Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Caption title.

Statement(Reprinted from the Review of English studies. Newseries, vol. 10, 1959).
ContributionsCornish, William.
The Physical Object
Pagination(14) p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19499941M

Authors who have spent time in jail/prison Any writers, famous or otherwise, who have spent time locked-up for civil disobedience, crimes, political reasons, or because of the topics they write about. While the use of imprisonment continues to rise in developed nations, we have little sociological knowledge of the prison's inner world. Based on extensive fieldwork in a medium-security prison in the UK, HMP Wellingborough, The Prisoner Society: Power, Adaptation and Social Life in an English Prison provides an in-depth analysis of the prison's social anatomy.

William Cornysh - Woefully Arrayed Stile Antico. William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled William Cornish) ( - October ) was an English poet, composer, dramatist, and actor. Bibliography of Secondary Sources.

To foil the demonstration planned for his release, Wellington jailers freed William Cornish Jnr an hour early. No matter—his comrades threw two receptions for him at the Socialist Hall instead. The first, held in August , saw Cornish Jnr receive a medal from the Runanga Anti-Conscription League for his resistance to compulsory military. The Pension Book of Gray’s Inn, Records of the Honourable Society –, ed. Reginald J. London, Fletcher, The Plumpton Correspondence, ed. T. Stapleton.


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Poet, pageanteer, playwright, actor, singer, and composer, Cornish's importance has long. SYDNEY ANGLO; WILLIAM CORNISH IN A PLAY, PAGEANTS, PRISON, AND POLITICS, The Review of English Studies, Volume X, Is 1 January prison, Pages –, httpCited by: 2. By Sarah Wilson.

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Based on extensive fieldwork in a medium-security prison in the UK, HMP Wellingborough, The Prisoner Society: Power, Adaptation and Social Life in an English Prison provides an in-depth analysis of the prison.

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