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1903092000
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Thomas Swynnerton
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Thomas Swinnerton (or Swynnerton; died 1554) was an evangelical preacher and author during the English Reformation. Swinnerton was one of the first Englishmen to study at Wittenberg University when he enrolled there in 1526. Later sources claim that. Later sources claim that he studied at Oxford or Cambridge, but this is unlikely and his contemporary, Bishop John Longland of Lincoln claimed in 1536 that he never attended an English university

Renaissance texts from manuscript ; n. Swinnerton, Thomas, d. 1554. Tropes and figures of scripture

Renaissance texts from manuscript ; n. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Swinnerton, Thomas, d. Tropes and figures of scripture.

Other articles where Trope is discussed: figure of speech. imile, and irony, are called tropes. made a functional distinction between trope (like metaphor, a textural effect) and scheme (like allegory, a structural principle). To the former category belong such figures as metaphor, simile (a comparison announced by like or as ), personification (attributing human qualities to a nonhuman being or object), irony (a discrepancy between a.

Richard Rex (e., A Reformation Rhetoric: Thomas Swynnerton's ‘Tropes and Figures of Scripture’ ., A Reformation Rhetoric: Thomas Swynnerton's ‘Tropes and Figures of Scripture’ (Cambridge University Press, 1999). This one is attributed to 1534 by John Bale, cf. Rex (2004). Thomas Wolsey, Thomas More, Thomas Cromwell, Richard Rich, Thomas Cranmer all figured prominently in Henry's administration, he was an extravagant spender and used the proceeds from the Dissolution of the Monasteries and acts of the Reformation Parliament to convert into royal revenue the money, paid to Rome.

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