|Title:||Io ruminans: or The repercussion of a triumph celebrated in the palace of Diana Ardenna. By the rustick muse of R.W. Proicho-philo-mazix.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Io ruminans: or The repercussion of a triumph celebrated in the palace of Diana Ardenna. By the rustick muse of R.W. Proicho-philo-mazix.
[London: s.n.], Printed anno virginis parturientis. 1662.
R.W. = Richard Walden.
"Proicho-philo-mazix" is in Greek on the title page.
Place of publication from Madan.
Madan -- "The dedication is to mrs. Anne Gibbs, an actress who took six parts in certain plays acted at the King's Arms, Holywell, Oxford, July 3-8 1661. .. The six plays and mrs. Gibbs's six parts are named, .. Each canto of the poem referrs mistily to one of the performances .. ."; Anne Gibbs = Anne Shadwell, wife of Thomas Shadwell.
Imperfect: pp. 1-2 lacking.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Shadwell, Anne -- Early works to 1800.
THE DEDICATION. TO THE Transcendently Formose, AND (As far as can be concluded from the Topicks of Ommatology) MOST HEROICALLY VIRTUOUS Mrs Anne Gibbs.
PROLOGUE (by the Book)
CANTO I. Or the INTRODƲCTION.
CANTO II. Or the GARTRUDADE.
CANTO IV. Or the ROSINDADE.
CANTO V. Or the DIONYSIADE.
CANTO IX. Or the LƲCRETIADE.
CANTO X. Or the CONCLUSION.
The Book EPILOGizeth.