3 edition of The collected poems of Florence Katherine Harington. found in the catalog.
The collected poems of Florence Katherine Harington.
Florence Katherine Harington
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Gertrude of Wyoming: a Pennsylvanian tale, and other poems. Poetical works. 2 vols, Poetical works. Specimens of the British poets, with biographical and critical notes, and An essay on English poetry. 7 vols, New monthly magazine [editor]. Miscellaneous poems. Theodoric: a domestic tale, and other poems. The Oceana and Other Works of James Harrington Esq., Collected, Methodiz'd, and Review'd, with an Exact Account of his Life Prefix'd, by John Toland; To Which is Added, an Appendix, Containing All the Political Tracts Wrote by this Author, Omitted in Mr. Toland's Edition (third edition; London: Printed for A. Millar, ), by James Harrington.
Poems, now first collected, with Notes and Memoir of his Life by David Laing. 2 vols. 8vo. half mor. Pickering, London, EARLE, DR. JOHN. MICROCOSMOGRAPHY, or A Piece of the World Discovered, in Essays and Characters. In the original book, each text page contained several types of secondary material printed in all four margins. The HTML version of this e-text offers a closer approximation of the original appearance. Headnotes appeared at the top of alternate pages, like subsidiary chapter headings. In longer selections they have been retained and moved to.
David Eugene Ray was born on in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. He was the son of Dowell Adolphus and Katherine (Jennings) Ray. He had a daughter, Winifred, with his first wife, Florence. He married his second wife, Ruth, in and had a son, Samuel. In Ray married his third wife, Judy, who is also a poet and editor. Henry J. Bohn, a restaurant trade magazine publisher, collected menus from American and Canadian restaurants, and purchased the Bettoni collection of European menus from the 19 th century. The above link goes to the section of the collection that groups holiday .
The call of the wild
Industrial process/power generation fans
Aircrew survival equipment 3 & 2
Index of the naturalization records of Ashtabula County, Ohio, 1875 to 1906
Cell mechanics and cellular engineering
Current research in Sasanian archaeology, art and history
Is anybody listening?
stranger on the stair.
To the last city.
Psychoanalysis in art history
Restitution and equity
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The book was met with instant success and amazement; even Dryden is reported to have said, "This man cuts us all out, and the ancients too." 5 History of Britain was published in ; Paradise Regain'd and Samson Agonistes were published together in Of True Religion and Poems, &c.
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As poetic technicians, its practitioners were among the age's most experimental and creative. They produced some of the most popular, widely read works of their age and beyond, while their output. \display/.\display/index. cfm Poet Index Poem Index Random Search Introduction Timeline Calendar Glossary Criticism Bibliography RPO Canadian Poetry UTEL by Name by Date by Title by First Line by Last Line Poet Poem Short poem Keyword Concordance.
A Time-Line of English Poetry Old English Middle English Early Modern English Renaissance. urn:taro: Miller Williams: An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center Finding aid created by Bob Taylor Harry Ransom Center, Finding aid encoded by Amy E.
Armstrong, 28 November Finding aid written in English. The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center Williams, Miller, Miller Williams Papers 30 document boxes.
Owner of the Travel Bookshop in London. Author of Anderson's Travel Companion: A Guide to the Best Non-Fiction and Fiction for Travelling () and the Virago Book of Spirituality: of Women and Angels (); and Inside Notting Hill () and of many travel articles and book reviews.
Was for many years judge for the Thomas Cool Travel Book Award. A significant number of reviews are also present for Williams' collected poems and critical works. Subseries B. Selections, Collections, and Translations .5 box) comprises Miller Williams' comments on his poetic sources; found here as well are minor and occasional pieces, translations (in manuscript mostly) of his poems, and notes for his.
Writings include articles, book manuscripts, a journal (), lectures, as well as research notes, correspondence, and memorabilia relating to the production of Hicks' biography of John Reed.
Large collection of printed material includes book reviews, clippings, and an assortment of Leftist pamphlets and periodicals from the s.Abstract: Sir John Collings Squire () was the literary editor for the New Statesman (), a poet, editor of various books of poetry, the founder of the literary magazine London Mercury (), and a reviewer for the Illustrated London news ().
The collection consists of literary manuscripts, correspondence, and miscellaneous printed material related to Squire's life.— Four early Anglo-Saxon poetry manuscripts: Junius, the Vercelli Book, the Exeter Book and Beowulf. A possible first extant English poem written by a woman is Wulf and Eadwacer; another contender is The Wife's Lament.
Other notable poems include The Seafarer, The Wanderer, The Husband's Message, The Phoenix, Widsith and The Ruin.