2 edition of A Poetical essay devoted to the glorious memory of our late queen found in the catalog.
A Poetical essay devoted to the glorious memory of our late queen
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 287:5|
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Page view page image. 1 Ground Rules “That miserable, rouged, tawdry, sparkling, hollow-hearted comedy of the Restoration,” as Thackeray called it, 1 has almost always been the darling of audiences, but a strumpet to critics. Restoration comedy, or what literary people rather loosely call “Restoration” comedy — English comedy from the restoration of Charles II in to about. The first of the seven volumes of Thomas Campbell's Specimens is devoted to a historical survey of English poetry from the middle ages down to Alexander the "Essay on Poetry" attracted considerable attention and controversy at the time of publication, it has seldom been discussed since.
Full text of "The poetical works of Lord Byron" See other formats. Its language is plain and quietly sad, with moments of evocative tension. For these reasons and others, the book’s most obvious ancestor is The Book of Frank () by CA Conrad. Readers familiar with The Book of Frank will recognize its precise mix of melancholy, desire, repulsion, and wonder in Ozma’s poems such as “Garbage Man”.
The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott. -given strength, and marred the lofty line. Warmed by such names, well may we then, Though dwindled sons of little men, Essay to break a feeble lance In the fair fields of old romance; Or seek the mnoated castle's cell, Where long through talisman and spell, While tyrants ruled, and damsels wept, Thy. Full text of "The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott, bart" See other formats.
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A Poetical essay devoted to the glorious memory of our late queen: occasion'd by a number of poems and sermons upon her death. Publisher: London: [publisher not identified], A Poetical Essay Devoted To The Glorious Memory Of Our Late Queen Occasion D By A Number Of Poems And Sermons Upon Her Death.
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To His Grace, The Duke of Ormond Anno My Lord,--Some estates are held in England by paying a fine at the change of every lord: I have enjoyed the patronage of your family, from the time of your excellent grandfather to this present day. Full text of "The Complete Poetical Works of the Late Miss Lucy Hooper" See other formats.
One of the most distinguishing aspects of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five is the structure in which it is written. Throughout the novel, Billy Pilgrim travels uncontrollably to non-sequential moments of his life, or as Vonnegut says, “paying random visits to all events in between.” (23).
Words: Length: 8 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: illiam ordsworth: A ordsmith for All Time Harold Bloom in his book Genius: A Mosaic of One Hundred Exemplary Creative Minds says "ordsworth remains, in the twenty-first century, what he has been these last two hundred years: the inventor of a poetry that has been called, at intervals, Romantic, post.
Addison, it must be noticed, had warmly praised the Essay on Criticism (), and the simpler version of The Rape of the Lock, published a year later; but the publication of Tickell’s version of the first book of the Iliad simultaneously with Pope’s first volume, and Addison’s preference of the weaker version, does not leave the latter.
A Book came forth of late, called Peter Bell A bright-haired company of youthful slaves Abruptly paused the strife;--the field throughout A dark plume fetch me from yon blasted yew Adieu, Rydalian Laurels.
that have grown Advance--come forth from thy Tyrolean ground Aerial Rock--whose solitary brow A famous man is Robin Hood. Full text of "The poetical remains of the late Dr.
John Leyden: with memoirs of his life," See other formats. Here, Queen Amata transforms into a wild beast, “her eyes are stained and bloodshot” (Book VII, ), and now the women praise Mars instead of Bacchus.
These actions, all involving female figures, prevent Aeneas from attaining his destiny with hout The Aeneid, there lies the motif in which a woman is the cause of war. PREFATORY NOTE This volume is a reprint, extended and revised, of the Selected Poems of Goldsmith issued by the Clarendon Press in It is 'extended,' because it now contains the whole of Goldsmith's poetry: it is 'revised' because, besides the supplementary text, a good deal has been added in the way of annotation and illustration.
THE PRELUDE BOOK NINTH RESIDENCE IN FRANCE EVEN as a river,--partly (it might seem) Yielding to old remembrances, and swayed In part by fear to shape a way direct, That would engulph him soon in the ravenous sea-- Turns, and will measure back his course, far back, Seeking the very regions which he crossed In his first outset; so have we, my Friend.
Pictured in memory's mellowing glass, how sweet Our infant days, our infant joys, to greet; To roam in fancy in each cherish'd scene, The village churchyard, and the village green, The woodland walk remote, the greenwood glade, The mossy seat beneath the hawthorn shade.
Full text of "The Complete Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell: With a Memoir of His Life" See other formats. Read HISTORICAL CHARACTERS of Characteristics of Women Moral‚ Poetical‚ and Historical by Anna Jameson free of charge on ReadCentral. More than. The delight is our natural response to the monuments of creativity and wisdom, kept alive by quotations, a communal bond uniting us with past culture and with other lovers of words and ideas in our own time.
~Fred R. Shapiro, The Yale Book of Quotations, (Introduction). William Smith, Mr. Smith’s Opinion Humbly Offered to the General Assembly of the Colony of New-York (New York, ) William Cosby arrived in New York to assume the governorship in August from Rip Van Dam, who as president of the Council had assumed the administration of the colony upon the death of Governor John Montgomerie in Cosby and Van Dam quickly got into a legal.
, A warning to all Trayterous by continual practise, and especialie by this late & horrible treason, in which they sought the ouerthrow of gods true religion, the bloud of their annoynted, and destruction of the whole Realme: From the which, God for his Christs sake preserue and keepe to his glorie; and the confusion of all bloudy, butcherly, and trayterous Papistes.
New York: The Catholic Publication Society, Nassau Street, lix the new and independent aspect which the French Roman Catholic Church has of late assumed, our attention has been drawn to the life of one of those three great Catholic preachers who in these last years have made the pulpit of Notre Dame in Paris so illustrious.
Then he shambles and straddles so oddly-I fearNo-at our time of life'twould be silly, my dear.''I don't know,' says Law,' but methinks for his look'Tis just like the picture in Rochester's book; Then his character, Phizzy,-his morals-his lifeWhen she died, I can't tell, but he once had a wife.The Poetical Works of John Dryden, Vol I by John Dryden Part 1 out of 7.
whose reply, as well as Hobbes' own book (like a whale disappearing from a Shetland "voe" into the deep, with all the hooks and harpoons of his He fought to end our fighting, and essay'd To staunch the blood by .Our author's life becomes now little else than a record of multiplying labours and increasing infirmities.
In appeared the fourth part of the "Essay on Man," and the Second Satire of the Second Book of Horace. In were issued his "Characters of Women: An Epistle to a Lady" (Martha Blount). In this appears his famous character of Atossa.