By Linda Davick, Janet Schulman
It's Valentine's Day and the ten little buddies during this publication are busy making Valentines for his or her closest friends.
A dinosaur card, thinks little Pete,
My friend Max may locate relatively neat.
Will all people get a Valentine on the monstrous Valentine's Day celebration? you could expect it!
With its enjoyable counting aspect, bouncy textual content, and cute illustrations, this booklet is the ideal reward for younger lovebugs.
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TOSH 27 that the leading counsellors around Elizabeth—Burghley, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and Walsingham being the three with whom he was most in contact—maintained separate intelligence services and guarded jealously the information their agents provided. Faunt was willing, as a sign of their friendship, to provide Anthony with intelligence gathered in the course of his duties for Walsingham; this content could then be relayed to Lord Burghley. Debates about the ethics of diplomacy and espionage had yet to resolve the extent of an agent’s moral duty to his country, his master and his sovereign.
17 A friendship with the well-placed Faunt was appealing to Anthony in several ways. 18 In his capacity as Walsingham’s secretary, agent and potential talent-spotter, he helped to cement a relationship with the Principal Secretary, with whom Anthony had been in correspondence since arriving in France. Perhaps most importantly, Faunt was a source of information. Anthony had received word that his uncle Lord Burghley was dissatisfied with the quality of news he was sending home—provision of which was a condition of his licence to travel.
Eld for Thomas Thorpe, 1609), sonnet no. 36. All chapter epigraphs are from this collection. ), Collected Works of Erasmus: Literary and Educational Writings 3: De conscribendis epistolis, Formula, De civilitate (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985), 1–255, 20; Jardine, Erasmus, Man of Letters, 150. © The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s) 2016 W. 3 It was an ardent and exclusive statement of affection that used the language of revered male friendship. These conventions—manifestations of the early modern ‘culture of epistolarity’ and the freighted notion of Renaissance friendship—are well understood.
10 Valentine Friends by Linda Davick, Janet Schulman