2 edition of A ballad, intituled, The old man"s complaint against his wretched son found in the catalog.
A ballad, intituled, The old man"s complaint against his wretched son
|Other titles||Excellent ballad of the Mercers son of Midhurst, and the clothiers daughter of Guildford|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2542:14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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"A Ballad Intituled, The Old Mans Complaint against his / Wretched Son, who to Advance his Marriage, did undo himself" is a broadside ballad about an aged father’s plaintive account of the suffering he endured under his son and daughter-in-law.
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Get this from a library. A ballad intituled, The old mans complaint against his wretched son: who to advance his marriage, did intituled himself. To the same tune. King Lear and the Ballad of the Old Man's Complaint Against His Son.
It relates almost perfectly to Lear's choice to divest himself of all his fortunes to his daughters. This ballad begins with a warning.
It addresses itself thusly: Let not affection fond: work your extremity: For to. Dec 18, · Unfortunately Lear himself must die, and is not afforded the same luxury this man is to live without his ungrateful children.
Anonymous. A Ballad, Intituled the Old Mans Complaint against His Wretched Son, Who to Advance His Marriage Did Undo Himself. To the Same Tune. MS University of Glasgow Library Euing 13, London.
— An Excellent Ballad of the Mercers Son of Midhurst and the Cloathiers Daughter of Guilford. To the tune of, Dahity come thou to me. There teas a loealtliy man. (ISIacIt letter. No date.) [ Vol. — A Ballad, intituled, The Old Mans Complaint againft his Wretched Son, who, to.
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