|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2959, no. 06.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||8097|
Poems on Miscellaneous Subjects is a poetry collection written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper in Her non-fiction collection of poems and essays consists of a brief preface followed by a collection of poems and three short writings. thy, miscellany, mifs, thomas, fome, thofe, william, oft, thefe, public domain, google book, sooner fhall, cruel roger, book search, thy foul Publisher printed by Robert Foulisfor Mr. Thomlinson inWigton Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English. In Frances E.W. Harper frequently from her second book, Poems on Miscellaneous Subjects (), which was quite successful and was several times enlarged and reissued. It addressed the subjects of motherhood, separation, and death and contained the antislavery poem “Bury Me in a Free Land.”. Poems on miscellaneous subjects Item Preview remove-circle Poems on miscellaneous subjects by Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins, Publication date Publisher Philadelphia, Merrihew & Thompson, printers Collection SINGLE PAGE ORIGINAL Pages:
This 'Miscellany of Poetry, ', is issued to the public as a truly catholic anthology of contemporary poetry. The poems here printed are new, in the sense that they have not previously been issued by their authors in book form--a fact which surely gives the Miscellany an unique place among modern collections. My deep thanks are due to my. Miscellany poems Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor University of California Libraries Language English Volume 1. Notes. Extremely narrow margins. Addeddate Call number SINGLE PAGE ORIGINAL JP2 TAR download. download 1 file. The 2nd ed. was published in , and for the first time contains Dryden’s name on the title-page. Miscellany Poems: in two parts, containing new Translations out of Virgil, Lucretius, Horace, Ovid, Theocritus and other Authours with several Original Poems, by the most eminent Hands. Published by Mr. Dryden. 2nd ed. Poetical miscellanies: the fifth part [of Dryden's Miscellany poems. Ed. by J. Tonson. Sigs. F4,5 are cancels. Wanting the frontisp. and half-title].
Apparently these five poems were printed in Jaggard's miscellany (a collection of writings on various subjects) without Shakespeare's authorization. Without question, Shakespeare was the most popular playwright of his day, and his dramatic influence is still evident today, but the sonnet form, which was so very popular in Shakespeare's era. A new miscellany of original poems, on several occasions. Publisher: London: Printed for Peter Buck, at the Sign of the Temple in Fleet-Street ; And George Strahan, at the Golden-Ball, over against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhil, "The Box of Delights" - written by John Masefield and published in , this version published in by The New York Review of Books. I knew I was going to enjoy this story when, on page six, the main character, a young man named Kay, muses from the train window, "They look just the sort of hills where you might come upon a Dark Tower, and 4/5. A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs [O'Rahilly, Thomas Francis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the Author: Thomas Francis O'Rahilly.