Astrology in Shakespeare's Day

  title={Astrology in Shakespeare's Day},
  author={Carroll Camden},
  pages={26 - 73}
During the days of SHAKESPEARE, as in other times, there were many authors who did not accept the tenets of astrology. For the most part, however, these writers were in some way connected with the church. Such a condition was to be expected, because the chief arguments against this science were theological. Indeed, had there been other potent reasons against its acceptance, astrology would have been less popular. The fact is that practically every one opposing astrology did so not because he… 
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American Bibliography for 1933
  • History
    PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
  • 1933
GENERAL: Archer Taylor, Univ. of Chicago, and Arthur P. Coleman, Columbia Univ. ENGLISH: Albert C. Baugh, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. AMERICAN: Gregory Paine, University of North