See: The First Examination of Anne Askew from Foxe's Book of Martyrs. .
Anne herself recorded what happened at each examination after she had returned to her prison.
The verdict of this court case had Anne placed in jail for 12 days. The first edition of John Bale’s text of Askew’s second and final Examination. .
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. The first arises from the complexity of Anne Askew's rhet oric, which can be read as enacting both victimization and victory in. 1545.
My anchor to let fall, For every drizzling mist. .
In “The First Examination of Anne Askew,” Askew conducted herself very wisely.
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In 1546, Ann was again arrested and tortured for information. Download (First_Examination_Of_Anne_Askew.
This article will attempt to redress this imbalance through a consideration of the ways in which Askew's first editors, Bale and Foxe, shaped her text for their own purposes, becoming collaborators with her, and contributors in their own right to the text now known as The Examinations ofAnne Askew.
Textual Introduction. Joan. Australian/Harvard Citation.
. This volume includes two texts: the first edition of Askew's Examinations with Bale's Elucidation, and Foxe's edition uninterrupted version of her work. which. ination of Anne Askew’s ironic self-positioning can help rhetori-cal scholars describe her participation within dominant discursive traditions. Textual Introduction. .
The first examination of Mistres Anne Askew, before the inquisitours. Today Anne Askew is seen as a martyr.
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Therewith will I proceed.
Which will not fail at need.
The first examination of Mistres Anne Askew, before the inquisitours.