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treasury of seventeenth century English verse

treasury of seventeenth century English verse

from the death of Shakespeare to the Restoration (1616-1660)

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English


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Statementchosen and edited by H.J. Massingham.
ContributionsMassingham, H. J. 1888-1952.
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Open LibraryOL21302276M

The Oxford Book of English Verse: – F OR this Anthology I have tried to range over the whole field of English Verse from the beginning, or from the Thirteenth Century to this closing year of the Nineteenth, and to choose the best. The KJVER® (King James Version Easy Read®) is 'The Trusted King James in an Easy Read Format.' It enhances the readability of the classic, beloved KJV by updating some 17th-century English words to their 21st-century equivalents while maintaining the meaning and integrity of the KJV translation. The KJVER® Bible uses the original King James Version text (based on 5/5(4).

If the late eighteenth century witnessed the dawn of an age of anthologies—the era of John Bell’s British Poets (–) and later Francis Palgrave’s Golden Treasury ()—the earlier part of the century was “an Age of Miscellanies.” 1 Thousands of miscellanies containing verse were published over the course of the century. The verse they featured is enormously varied Author: Carly Watson. Filed under: Christian poetry, English -- Early modern, -- History and criticism. Milton and Jakob Boehme: A Study of German Mysticism in Seventeenth-Century England (), by Margaret Lewis Bailey (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Christian poetry, English -- History and criticism.

Avrahm Yarmolinsky (Janu – Septem ) was an author, translator, and the husband of Babette Deutsch. Yarmolinsky was head of the Slavonic Division of the New York Public Library He also taught at Columbia University and the City College of New YorkBorn: Janu , Haisin, Ukraine. A Treasury of Irish Poetry in the English Tongue By Stopford A. Brooke; T. W. Rolleston Macmillan, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.


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A treasury of seventeenth century English verse, from the death of Shakespeare to the Restoration, Treasury of seventeenth century English verse. London, Macmillan and Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Treasury of seventeenth century English verse book All Authors / Contributors: H J Massingham.

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Full text of "A treasury of seventeenth century English verse from the death of Shakespeare to the restoration ()" See other formats. B Y favour of the Public, The Oxford Book of English Verse has held its own in request for close upon forty years.

The editor would stand convicted of dullness indeed if in these years he had not learnt, revising his judgement, to regret some inclusions and omissions; of indolence, moreover, the industry of scholars having rescued to light meanwhile many gems. A Treasury of Seventeenth Century English Verse: From the Death of Shakespeare to the Restoration () by Massingham, H.J.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   InPhilip Larkin made a rare excursion into academic writing, while editing his Oxford Book of Twentieth Century English subject was the most successful lyric anthology in literary history: The Golden Treasury, compiled by Francis Turner Palgrave and Alfred hed during his time at All Souls College, Larkin’s article described A.

Author: Michael J. Sullivan. Inserted in Book II. as written in the character of a soldier of fortune in the seventeenth century. CVI Line 1.—Waly waly: an exclamation of sorrow, the root and the pronunciation of which are preserved in the word caterwaul.

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Apokopos by Bergadis, the first book in Modern Greek, is printed in Venice. A Treasury of seventeenth Century English Verse () editor; Birds of the Seashore () Wold Without End () London Scene () The Great Victorians (), with Hugh Massingham; English Country: Fifteen Essays by Various Authors () editor, with H.

Bates, Edmund Blunden, W. Davies, Vita Sackville-West, A. Street, John Collier. Oxford Book Of English Verse - as well as to avoid a dispute-royal, I have gathered the most of the Ballads into the middle of the Seventeenth Century; where they fill a languid interval between two winds of inspiration—the Italian dying down with Milton and the French following at the heels of the restored Royalists.

The Golden Treasury is one of the most loved anthologies of English poetry ever published. The book was meticulously compiled by poet and scholar Francis Turner Palgrave, in collaboration with Alfred Tennyson, who was then poet laureate.

It is arranged chronologically in four books which each celebrate a different era in the evolution of. The Golden Treasury is a unique artefact of artistry and artistic cooperation, demonstrating immense shifts in the landscape of English verse that in Tennyson’s life would continue at the minutest level of composition and revision.

That Tennyson not only approved of the poems, but helped with the selection, allowed the anthology to be created Author: Michael J. Sullivan. The Treasury of David is a 7 volume commentary on the Book of Psalms composed and compiled by Charles H.

Spurgeon. Mr Spurgeon begins his commentary of each Psalm with a verse by verse commentary of his own thoughts, meditations, and Biblical exposition followed by a verse by verse running commentary of quotes, comments and sermon snippets from many of the giants /5.

edition bound in dark brown leather with gold lettering on front and spine, and gold crest on back of book. Gilded on edges of book. Leather binding has a small tear at top of spine, and is also slightly chipped, and slightly worn at bottom of spine. National Internationalism: Scottish Literature and the European Audience in the Seventeenth Century The following volumes are on all our bookshelves: The Oxford Book of English Verse, The Penguin Book of Italian Verse, The Faber Book of Mod­ ern Verse, The Nonon Anthology of English Literature, Delitiae Poetarum.

The original "Oxford Book of Sixteenth Century Verse" was published nearly 60 years ago, in The literary taste that informed it was more Edwardian or late Victorian than modern, and in particular it reflected the lyricizing preferences of Palgrave's influential "Golden Treasury" ()/5(4).

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As a Northerner, he has said that in literature he grew to like “the spare and lean.”. No other version has ever matched the beauty of its writing or the depth of its meaning. The King James Version Easy Read (KJVER(R)) enhances the readability of the classic, beloved KJV by updating some seventeenth-century English words to their twenty-first-century equivalents while maintaining the meaning and integrity of the KJV : Whitaker House.No other version has ever matched the beauty of its writing or the depth of its meaning.

The King James Version Easy Read (KJVER(R)) enhances the readability of the classic, beloved KJV by updating some seventeenth-century English words to their twenty-first-century equivalents while maintaining the meaning and integrity of the KJV translation.5/5(1).The book was published by Messrs.

Macmillan in London in An American edition was published in by Messrs. Harper and Row, under the present title, The Crisis of the Seventeenth Century. The book enjoyed a modest success.