1 edition of The Poetical Works of Will. Shenstone. In Three Volumes. With the Life of the Author, and a Description of the Leasowes. ... of 3; Volume 3 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gale ECCO, Print Editions|
|Publishers||Gale ECCO, Print Editions|
|LC Classifications||Apr 18, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
Die Entstehung regionaler staatlicher Siedlungsstrukturen im Bereich des pr ahistorischen Zagros-Gebirges
Treasurer's House, Martock, Somerset 27 items• Oakhurst Cottage and Hambledon, Surrey 22 items• Bourne Mill, Essex 25 items• Newtown, Isle of Wight 180 items• With an introductory preface, containing the sentiments of the monthly reviewers on that publication ; and the opinion of several eminent writers on the subject.
Cabinet War Rooms, London 108 items• Berkshire Record Office, Reading 6 items• The "Elegy on Jesse," which has been supposed to relate an unfortunate and criminal amour of his own, was known by his friends to have been suggested by the story of Miss Godfrey in Richardson's "Pamela. It is the lively satire' that has appealed most to recent readers, Phaedrus' irony, his embittered tone, his depiction of helplessness before power.
Ormesby Hall, Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire 6,901 items• Now for the first time these high-quality digital copies of original 18th century manuscripts are available in print, making them highly accessible to libraries, undergraduate students, and independent scholars.
After Shenstone's death in 1763, Woodhouse managed to publish a collection of his poems, entitled "Poems on Sundry Occasions" later republished as "Poems on Several Occasions" aided by a subscription made by his friends.
436 ; but many will value equally, in its way, the neatly turned Pastoral Ballad, in four parts, written in 1743, which is supposed to refer to the author's disappointment in love; or the gently satirical Progress of Taste, showing "how great a misfortune it is for a man of small estate to have much taste.
Wakehurst Place, West Sussex 4 items• he was always wishing for money, for fame, and other distinctions; and his whole philosophy consisted in living against his will in retirement, and in a place which his taste had adorned, but which he only enjoyed when people of note came to see and commend it. One of the 4 houses of The Earls High School formerly Halesowen Grammar School is named after him.
James's Chronicle, which pointed out that shoemaking and poetry writing were not incompatible tasks: "he may surely, by no unnatural association of ideas, think at one and the same time of the Feet of his Verses and the Feet of his Customers; or Hammer out a line, while he is Hammering out the sole of a shoe.
Benthall Hall, Shropshire 1,113 items• Experience the birth of the modern novel, or compare the development of language using dictionaries and grammar discourses.
Many eighteenth century authors activated the Latin etymologies latent in English words.
The important point about Smart's peculiar diction, as Donald Davie argues, is that he believes it is attainable only in an elevated style.