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Specimens Of British Poetesses

Selected And Chronologically Arranged

by Alexander Dyce

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages464
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Open LibraryOL10519431M
ISBN 10054816990X
ISBN 109780548169902

The book of beauty [sole contributor]. Francesca Carrara. 3 vols, Miscellaneous poetical works. The vow of the peacock, and other poems. Traits and trials of early life. Ethel Churchill; or the two brides. 3 vols, Flowers of loveliness. Works. 2 vols, The zenana and minor poems of Letitia. Quotes []. The picture placed the busts between Adds to the thought much strength; Wisdom and Wit are little seen, But Folly's at full length. On Beau Nash's Picture at full length between the Busts of Sir Isaac Newton and Mr. Pope., in Dyce, Specimens of British epigram is generally ascribed to Chesterfield.

The culmination of five decades of research, this monumental work of descriptive bibliography, containing entries for more than 1, editions, assembles by date of printing the corpus of poetry composed and printed in the United States of America in books and pamphlets up through It also includes a revised version of Roger Stoddard’s seminal essay “Poet and Printer in . ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recycled packaging with free standard shipping on U.S. orders over $

Specimens of British Poetesses: Selected and Chronologically Arranged by the Rev. Alexander Dyce, London, T. Rodd and S. Prowett, Fay, Elizabeth A. A Feminist Introduction to Romanticism, Oxford, Blackwell, Alexander Dyce (30 June - 15 May ) was a Scottish dramatic editor and literary critic and historian. Dyce was born in Edinburgh, and educated there and at Oxford. He took orders, and for a short time served in 2 country curacies. Then, leaving the Church and settling in London, he betook himself to his life-work of ed. the English dramatists. His first work, Specimens of .


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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Specimens of British Poetesses, Selected by A. Dyce at nd: Alexander Dyce. His first books were Select Translations from Quintus Smyrnaeus (), an edition of Collins (), and Specimens of British Poetesses ().

Alexander Dyce issued annotated editions of George Peele, Robert Greene, John Webster, Thomas Middleton, Marlowe, and Beaumont and Fletcher, with lives of the authors and much illustrative matter.

Specimens of British Poetesses, Selected by A. Dyce: ISBN () Softcover, General Books LLC, The Works Of Beaumont & Fletcher: The Text Formed From A New Collation Of The Early Editions, Volume 3.

Alexander Dyce (30 June – 15 May ) was a Scottish dramatic editor and literary historian. He was born in Edinburgh and received his early education at the high school there, before becoming a student at Exeter College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A.

in He took holy orders, and became a curate at Lantegloss, in Cornwall, and subsequently at Nayland, in. His first books were Select Translations from Quintus Smyrnaeus (), an edition of Collins (), and Specimens of British Poetesses (). He issued annotated editions of George Peele, Robert Greene, John Webster, Thomas Middleton, Marlowe, and Beaumont and Fletcher, with lives of the authors and much illustrative matter/5.

Alexander Dyce had published Specimens of British Poetesses () and Anne Katherine Elwood Memoirs of the Literary Ladies of England (), the first an anthology of representative poems with biographical headnotes, the second a collection of short biographies describing each author's life circumstances and chief literary works.

Both were Cited by: 4. (2) Specimens of British Poetesses, Selected and Chronologically Arranged by the Rev. Alexander Dyce (), was the earliest product of the right happy and copious industry of that learned man.

It is the only book in the list with any pretensions to scholarship, and any man who follows in Dyce’s footsteps must be struck both by the range of. Lives of Alexander Henderson and James Guthrie: With Specimens of Their Writings, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US Seller Rating: % positive.

But at a certain moment in history, as can be seen in the title of Alexander Dyce’s collection, Specimens of British Poetesses (), the term was used to designate “woman poet.” The more prominent poetesses include such popular nineteenth-century figures as Felicia Hemans, L.E.L.

(Letitia Landon), and Lydia Sigourney. Elizabeth Pennington, (–) was an English in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, she formed an early friendship with the fellow poet Martha Ferrar, a life-long friend who was the chief beneficiary of her will.

During her life she formed friendships with Frances Sheridan and Samuel Richardson, and was praised by John Dunton in his poetic roll call of women writers.

The daughter of the Rev. William Blanchford, Mary Tighe was born in Dublin and married William Tighe, her cousin and a member of the Irish Parliament, in They divided their time between London and Dublin, though after contracting tuberculosis in Mary Tighe spent the remainder of her life in Ireland.

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Jacobs and Co. The picture placed the busts between Adds to the thought much strength; Wisdom and Wit are little seen, But Folly's at full length. The genre children literature includes fairy tales, fables, poetries, little stories and encyclopedias for children As a rule, the editions of children literature are full of illustrations.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Tragical History of Doc Author: Alexander Dyce. The Scottish editor and literary historian Alexander Dyce, in his defining anthology Specimens of British Poetesses, delivered a back-handed compliment that would come to characterize this particular poetic genre.