By Michael Donaghy
By Michael Donaghy
By Emily A. Haddad
By T. S. Eliot
By Aleksander Wat,Czeslaw Milosz,Richard Lourie
By Yisrael Levin
By Francis James Child
By Michael Laver,Kenneth A. Shepsle
By J. W. Binns
Thomas Campion, Milton, Crashaw, Herbert, Bourne, Walter Savage Landor – a majority of these poets, among them spanning the interval from the Elizabethan to the Victorian age, wrote a considerable physique of Latin verse as well as their better-known English poetry, representing a part of the big and virtually unexplored physique of Neo-Latin literature which appealed to a world studying public all through Europe.
The Latin poetry of those English poets is of specific curiosity whilst it really is set opposed to the history in their writings of their personal tongue: this assortment examines the level to which our judgment of a poet is altered by means of an expertise of his Latin works. In a few we discover prefigured issues that have been later taken care of of their English verse; others wrote Latin poetry all through their lives and provides facts of their Latin poetry of pursuits which don't locate expression of their English compositions. This quantity is a worthy source for college students of either Latin and English literature.
By Sarah C. E. Ross
Situating every one author in her political and highbrow contexts, from early covenanting Scotland to recovery England, this quantity explores women's political articulation within the devotional lyric, biblical verse paraphrase, occasional verse, elegy, and brand. for girls, excluded from the public-political sphere, those rhetorically-modest genres and the figural language of poetry provided very important modes of political expression; and girls of various affiliations use non secular and social poetics,
the tropes of relations and loved ones, and the genres of occasionality that proliferated in manuscript tradition to visualize the kingdom. Attending additionally to the transmission and reception of women's poetry in networks of various achieve, Sarah C. E. Ross unearths continuities and evolutions in women's
relationship to politics and poetry, and identifies a feminine culture of politicised poetry in manuscript spanning the many years prior to, in the course of, and after the Civil Wars.
By Syrithe Pugh