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Fri Mar 21 17:07:43 2014 UTClccn-n500171540.32Doctrine and devotion in seventeenth-century poetry studies in Donne, Herbert, Crashaw, and Vaughan /0.570.90Richardi Crashawi Poemata et epigrammata quae scripsit Latina & Graeca, dum Aluae Pemb. alumnus fuit, et Collegii Petrensis socius22212841Richard_Crashawn 5001715452605Crashaw, ... 1613-1649Crashaw, Mr. (Richard), 1613?-1649Crashawus Richardus 1613?-1649クラッショウlccn-n79069876Donne, John1572-1631lccn-n80032825Herbert, George1593-1633lccn-n80021762Vaughan, Henry1621-1695lbtlccn-n80089382Traherne, Thomas-1674lccn-n80010195Marvell, Andrew1621-1678np-bennett, joanBennett, Joanlccn-n82002503Young, R. V.1947-lccn-n50015756Williams, George Walton1922-edtlccn-nr90003748Martin, L. C.(Leonard Cyril)1886-edtlccn-n50020221White, Helen Constance1896-1967Crashaw, Richard1613?-1649PoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcOrchestral musicSourcesMusical settingsQuotationsCrashaw, Richard,English poetry--Early modernHerbert, George,Donne, John,Vaughan, Henry,Christian poetry, English--Early modernTraherne, Thomas,EnglandReligion in literatureChristianity and literatureMarvell, Andrew,English poetryMysticism in literatureChristian poetry, EnglishReligionCivilization, ModernCatholics--Intellectual lifeReligious poetry, EnglishReformationTheology in literatureProtestantism and literatureGreat BritainCarew, Thomas,Marvell, AndrewIntellectual lifeVaughan, Henry,EcstasyTeresa,--of Avila, Saint,Bernini, Gian Lorenzo,Christian saints in artEmblemsEnglish poetry--Catholic authorsSouthwell, Robert,--Saint,Metaphysics in literatureCatholics as literary charactersLatin poetry, Medieval and modernBaroque literatureSpanish literature--Classical periodComparative literature--Spanish and EnglishComparative literature--English and SpanishChristian saints in literatureStyle, LiteraryPoets, English--Early modernOrchestral musicLiteratureBaudelaire, Charles,Bramhall, John,Bradley, F. H.--(Francis Herbert),Middleton, Thomas,Babbitt, Irving,16121649163316341635163816461648165216531660167016741682169017851792179317951810181918571858186218651866186818721873188118861887189719001901190419051906190719081910191119121913191419191920192219231925192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919411942194519461947194819491950195119521953195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831985198619871989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013281214281038821.4PR3386ocn811244438ocn811240508ocn049521242ocn020678219ocn658427261ocn762659553ocn463126912ocn185673327ocn72546447784716ocn000093922book19700.53Crashaw, RichardThe complete poetry of Richard CrashawPoetry75166ocn013687356book16460.88Crashaw, RichardSteps to the temple ; The delights of the Muses ; and, Carmen Deo Nostro59028ocn019911528book19270.56Crashaw, RichardThe poems, English, Latin and Greek, of Richard Crashaw42823ocn000818433book18580.76Crashaw, RichardThe complete works of Richard Crashaw+-+06609469663244167ocn000498891book19490.63Crashaw, RichardThe verse in English of Richard Crashaw : the 1646 text of Steps to the temple and the delights of the Muses ; the 1652 text of Carmen Deo Nostro; the 1653 text of A letter from Mr. Crashaw to the Countess of Denbigh ; and the poems from manuscript ; together with a critical chronology selected from the writings of various commentators, from 1652 to the present day40615ocn001636563book19040.63Crashaw, RichardSteps to the temple, Delights of the muses, and other poems+-+14172426963203ocn043368832rcrd19990.32Carter, ElliottSymphonia sum fluxae pretium spei ; Clarinet concertoOrchestral music28223ocn013687388book16700.90Crashaw, RichardRichardi Crashawi Poemata et epigrammata quae scripsit Latina & Graeca, dum Aluae Pemb. alumnus fuit, et Collegii Petrensis socius25813ocn002479705book18870.70Crashaw, RichardThe poems of Richard Crashaw20922ocn002496427book18570.76Crashaw, RichardThe poetical works of Richard Crashaw and Quarles' Emblems2059ocn013078240book16530.86Crashaw, RichardA letter from Mr. Crashavv to the Countess of Denbigh, against irresolution and delay in matters of religionSources1793ocn811244438file20010.79Rubbra, EdmundSinfonia concertante A tribute ; The morning watch ; Ode to the Queen1788ocn012015400book16820.86Crashaw, RichardEpigrammata sacra selecta, cum Anglica versione Sacred epigrams, Englished1674ocn003133825book19450.86Scott, Walter SidneyThe fantasticks: Donne, Herbert, Crashaw [and] Vaughan1497ocn000817685book19140.59Crashaw, RichardThe religious poems of Richard Crashaw14822ocn011380281book19270.56Crashaw, RichardPoems: English, Latin, and GreekPoetry14310ocn000091660book19700.76Crashaw, RichardSteps to the temple, 1646. Together with selected poems in manuscript1408ocn002070204score19590.84Souris, AndréPoèmes de Donne, Herbert et Crashaw, mis en musique par leurs contemporains G. Coperario, A. Ferrabosco, J. Wilson, W. Corkine [et] J. HiltonMusical settings1364ocn000495679book19720.59Crashaw, RichardRichard Crashaw12015ocn216688520com16340.70Crashaw, RichardEpigrammatum sacrorum liberQuotations146316ocn001140798book19640.37Bennett, JoanFive metaphysical poets: Donne, Herbert, Vaughan, Crashaw, MarvellCriticism, interpretation, etcExplains and analyzes five seventeenth-century poets with verse illustrations in order to awaken a ... in metaphysical poetry+-+3387456705139710ocn000396764book19360.53White, Helen ConstanceThe metaphysical poets : a study in religious experienceCriticism, interpretation, etc12765ocn045732565com20000.32Young, R. VDoctrine and devotion in seventeenth-century poetry studies in Donne, Herbert, Crashaw, and VaughanHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+241064403512379ocn001191918book19390.59Warren, AustinRichard Crashaw; a study in baroque sensibility111223ocn041011788book19340.53Bennett, JoanFour metaphysical poets : Donne, Herbert, Vaughan, CrashawCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry10021ocn000057335book19690.53Martz, Louis LohrThe wit of love: Donne, Carew, Crashaw, MarvellCriticism, interpretation, etc9941ocn003609611book19780.39George Herbert and the seventeenth-century religious poets : authoritative texts criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryThis volume presents the major works of five poets--George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Andrew Marvell, Henry Vaughan, and Thomas Traherne. While most of the selections are religious poetry, the important secular verse of Marvell and Crashaw is also included. Eighty poems by Herbert have been selected form The Temple, and two early poems from Issak Walton's Lives are also included+-+790745848592313ocn002203691book19350.59Wallerstein, Ruth CRichard Crashaw; a study in style and poetic developmentCriticism, interpretation, etc8468ocn002032739book19610.50Willy, MargaretThree metaphysical poetsCriticism, interpretation, etc8244ocn000098365book19700.53Petersson, Robert TThe art of ecstasy; Teresa, Bernini, and CrashawCriticism, interpretation, etcArt8221ocn000353571book19570.56Crashaw, RichardThe poems, English, Latin and Greek, of Richard Crashaw7413ocn458594361file19910.50Cousins, A. DThe Catholic religious poets from Southwell to Crashaw a critical historyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+95206577253246783ocn000353574book19630.63Williams, George WaltonImage and symbol in the sacred poetry of Richard Crashaw6582ocn006250978book19800.56Parrish, Paul ARichard CrashawCriticism, interpretation, etc6412ocn000214876book19710.63Bertonasco, Marc FCrashaw and the BaroqueHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc6213ocn000353573book19610.63Rickey, Mary EllenRhyme and meaning in Richard CrashawCriticism, interpretation, etc6124ocn008168997book19720.63Young, R. VRichard Crashaw and the Spanish Golden AgeCriticism, interpretation, etcSources5453ocn021195126book19900.63New perspectives on the life and art of Richard CrashawCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+04825717353244972ocn000264334book19290.63Eliot, T. SFor Lancelot Andrewes : essays on style and orderCriticism, interpretation, etc"This is Mr Eliot's first volume of collected essays since his Homage to John Dryden (1924), and he considers it his most important prose book since The sacred wood (1920). For Lancelot Andrewes consists of seven essays which are selected from Mr Eliot's work of the last two or three years, and which he believes show some consistency. The subjects cover a wide range of literature, theology and philosophy; but taken together they have a unity of their own." -- Book jacket3972ocn011785725book19850.73Roberts, John RichardRichard Crashaw : an annotated bibliography of criticism, 1632-1980BibliographyRoberts provides a "fully annotated, comprehensive enumerative bibliography of the criticism on Richard Crashaw that contains, in addition to editions of his poetry, all books; parts of book-length studies; monographs; and critical, biographical, and bibliographical essays on the poet."--+-+1417242696+-+1417242696Fri Mar 21 16:03:21 EDT 2014batch36897