1 edition of British poetical miscellany. found in the catalog.
British poetical miscellany.
|Contributions||Smart, Thomas, 1765-1840, printer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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A miscellany is a collection of various pieces of writing by different authors. Meaning a mixture, medley, or assortment, a miscellany can include pieces on many subjects and in a variety of different forms.
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George Williams Fulcher, Fulcher's Poetical Miscellany.2nd Edition. (London: Suttaby & Co.; Sudbury: G.W. Fulcher, ) Information about the collection: Published under the title "Poems from Fulcher's Ladies' Memorandum Book, and Poetical Miscellany," first edition There is no preface, and no biographical, critical, or bibliographic information given, though there are engravings.
The poetical miscellany consisting of select pieces for the use of schools [ESTC T] [ECCO] DMI number: Publication Date: Volume Number: 1 of 1 ESTC number: T EEBO/ECCO link: CW Shelfmark: ECCO BOD Full Title.
Page 91 - SELECTIONS FROM THE KUR-AN, commonly called in England, THE KORAN, with an interwoven commentary, translated from the Arabic, methodically arranged, and illustrated by notes, chiefly from Sale's edition. To which is prefixed, an Introduction, taken from Sale's Preliminary Discourse, with corrections and additions.
By EDWARD WILLIAM LANE, Author of " The Manners and Customs. Poetical miscellanies: the fifth part [of Dryden's Miscellany poems. by J. Tonson. Sigs. F4,5 are cancels. Wanting the frontisp.
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Want to Read saving /5(2). This Kindle freebie is based on the edition of "Modern British Poetry", which was edited and introduced by Louis Untermeyer. While American poetry books of that period celebrated the fact that they were not edited by any one person, and were not intended to make any particular point or establish any particular tradition or approach to poetry, (See, American Poetry, A Miscellany Reviews: Poetical miscellany and commonplace book of the Smith family [manuscript], compiled ca.
The collection comprises mostly the works of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey and Thomas Wyatt the Elder. Both were heavily influenced by Italian poetry, although Wyatt's meter would be adapted to conventional English iambic stress by Tottel.
The star poet of Tottel's Miscellany, the Earl of Surrey, created the English sonnet form by modifying the Petrarchan sonnet. This History provides a concise overview of the developments of British poetry from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present day.
The volume brings together experts in the field and offers a series.Diary (Blank); 'Original Poetry.' (pp). No engravings present. ** George Williams Fulcher () of Sudbury, Suffolk who was a politician, poet, bookseller, stationer and printer in Sudbury, Suffolk he published among other works "Fulcher's Poetical Miscellany" in Faber & Faber, Ltd.
(London, UK) Series dates: Size: ″ x ″ The Criterion Miscellany series consisted of short works (30 to 60 or so pages) by authors and public figures active in the late s and early s in the was an offshoot of the journal Criterion, edited by T.S.
Eliot from to The series did not contain reprints from the Criterion, instead, the.