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  • Nashe — [nash] Thomas 1567 1601; Eng. satirist & pamphleteer: also sp. Nash * * * …   Universalium

  • Nashe —   [næʃ], Nash, Thomas, englischer Schriftsteller, getauft Lowestoft November 1567, ✝ London 1601; setzte sich in streitbaren Pamphleten satirisch mit literarischen Tendenzen (»The anatomie of absurditie«, 1589) sowie in Prosasatiren mit dem… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Nashe — [nash] Thomas 1567 1601; Eng. satirist & pamphleteer: also sp. Nash …   English World dictionary

  • Nashe — Richard Lichfield’s grober Holzschnitt (1597) von Thomas Nashe aus der feindseligen Schrift „The Trimming of Thomas Nash Gentleman“, gedacht als boshafte Karikatur, um Thomas Nash als „Knastbruder“ in Misskredit zu bringen Thomas Nashe (z. T.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nashe — This famous surname much associated with Georgian period of the 18th century, is of early medieval English origin. It is topographical and describes a person who lived at an ash (tree). In ancient history the ash tree held particular significance …   Surnames reference

  • Nashe — [nash] Thomas (1567 1601), English pamphleteer, prose writer, and playwright …   Useful english dictionary

  • Nashe Radio — (Russian: Наше Радио, Our Radio) is a rock music station designed to promote Russian rock bands (as opposed to pop and Western music). It is broadcast in every major Russian city as well as having an internet stream. It is founded in 1998 by… …   Wikipedia

  • NASHE (T.) — NASHE THOMAS (1567 env. 1601) Écrivain anglais, né à Lowestoft (Suffolk). Fils d’un ministre de l’Église anglicane, Thomas Nashe reçoit sa formation à Saint John’s College (Cambridge), qui lui confère le grade de Bachelor of Arts en 1586. Un an… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Nashe, Thomas — born 1567, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Eng. died с 1601, Yarmouth, Norfolk? English pamphleteer, poet, dramatist, and novelist. The first of the English prose eccentrics, Nashe wrote in a vigorous combination of colloquial diction and idiosyncratic… …   Universalium

  • NASHE, Thomas — (1567 c. 1601) Young Juvenal, as Thomas Nashe s friends called him, was a satirist who shocked and delighted literary London with his polemical tracts, pamphlets, extravaganzas, comedies, literary criticism, and descriptive pieces. Born into a… …   Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620: A Biographical Dictionary

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