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Rollo, duke of Normandy ; or, The bloody brother

John Fletcher

Rollo, duke of Normandy ; or, The bloody brother

a tragedy in five acts

by John Fletcher

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Published by Liverpool University Press in Liverpool .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBloody brother.
Statementedited with introduction and commentary by John D. Jump. --
SeriesLiverpool English texts and studies -- 2, Liverpool English texts and studies -- 2.
ContributionsJump, John Davies, 1913-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR2505 .B45 1969
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiv, 107 p. --
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26538991M

Modern Philology, vol. Written by Francis Beaumont and Joh. Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama. On 5 FebruaryKing's Men players were arrested in the midst of a clandestine performance of Rollo at the Cockpit Theatre. Harvard Library Bibliographical Contributions.

By Francis Beaumont Thorndike, A. Cambridge University Press. In this year a rather large Viking chief reckoned to be so big that a horse could not carry him! Even before Rollo's grandson Richard took over the domain inthe descendants of the Vikings had accepted Christianity, intermarried with the local population and adopted the French language.

Willliam Clito died as a result of wounds acquired at the Siege of Aalst inmarking the end of Robert's line. Already they were being called Normans, a contraction of Northmen, and there territory became known as Normandy. Littledale, H. The Author John Fletcher. His forces defeated the army of Otto I King of Germany after it attempted to capture Rouen in revenge for the escape of comte Richard from captivity [84]. What is known is that Rollo invaded France and settled in what is now known as Normandy.


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Cyclopaedia of English Literature. He gave refuge to his cousins Edward later Edward 'the Confessor ' and Alfred, when they where exiled under the Danish Kings of England.

Harold marched his own English army north from London to repel the invaders.

Rollo of Normandy

A Wife for a Moneth. Related articles. After the accession of Edward "the Confessor", her son by her first husband, Emma appears to have supported the rival claim of Magnus King of Norway [].

III ff. Dryden, John. Papers, Written by John Fletcher, Gent. Probably about King Charles the Simple of France ceded a district around the city of Rouen to Rollo, which eventually evolved into the duchy of Normandy. Ina Viking leader named Rollo, who had been based by the estuary of the River Seine close to Rouen in France for about a decade, launched an unsuccessful raid on Paris.

The Honest Mans Fortune. Written by Fran. Chapters in the History of English Literature. Bishop [in Norway]. Robert de Torigny names "Papiam uxorem Walteri [error for Gilberti? Schlegel, A. Robert Bell. The marriage produced two daughters:- 1 Alice of Normandy 2 Agnes d'Evreux After a short reign of only a few months he died in mysterious circumstances, some suspected his brother Robert to be responsible for his death.

The seal of agreement was to be marriage between Rollo and Gisladaughter of Charles.Rollo (c. –c. ), also called Rolf (Hrolf) was a Viking leader. In he was given lands around Rouen by the Frankish king Charles III the atlasbowling.com passed on his ever growing fief to his descendants, known as the counts and later dukes of atlasbowling.com was the first of.

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Rollo Duke of Normandy, also known as The Bloody Brother, is a play written in collaboration by John FletcherCited by: 1. Dudo states that Rollo and Gurim were sons of a man who held many lands in "Dacia" (Dudo's word for Denmark, following other authors), and that after the death of the (unnamed) father of Rollo and Gurim, the king of Dacia fought against the sons, killing Gurim and driving Rollo out [Dudo ii, (pp.

)]. Philip Massinger ( – 17 March ) was an English atlasbowling.com finely plotted plays, including A New Way to Pay Old Debts, The City Madam and The Roman Actor, are noted for their satire and realism, and their political and social themes.

V. Beaumont and Fletcher: Bibliography. Vol. 6. The Drama toPart Two.

The Founding of Normandy

The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. – *Adáele (Gerloc) of Normandy born Abt Of, Normandie, Neustria died Aft 14 Oct biographical and/or anecdotal: Also known as Hrolf the Ganger or Rollon, 1st Duke of Normandy from tocalled also Rolf the Walker, because, being so tall, he preferred to go afoot rather than ride the little Norwegian horses.