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Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poësy.

Author: Joseph HaslewoodGeorge GascoigneWilliam WebbeJames, King of EnglandJohn Harington, SirAll authors
Publisher: London, Printed by Harding and Wright for Robert Triphook, 1811-15.
Series: Miscellanea poetica auglicana antiqua, v. 1-2
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Haslewood, Joseph, 1769-1833.
Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poësy.
London, Printed by Harding and Wright for Robert Triphook, 1811-15
(OCoLC)656694487
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Haslewood; George Gascoigne; William Webbe; James, King of England; John Harington, Sir; Francis Meres; Thomas Campion; Samuel Daniel; Edmund Bolton; Edmund Spenser; Gabriel Harvey
OCLC Number: 11306125
Notes: Vol. 2 printed by T. Bensley.
Each volume has also special t.-p. (v. 1: The arte of English poesie; by George Puttenham ... 1811; v. 2: The arte of English poesie, &c., by Gascoigne, Harvey, Spenser, K. James, Webb, Harington, Meres, Campion, Daniel, and Bolton ... 1815)
Vol. 2 contains reprints, including the original titles of (1) Certayne notes of instruction concerning the making of verse or rhyme in English. From the poesies of George Gascoigne ... London, 1575.--(2) A discourse of English poetrie ... By VVilliam VVebbe ... London, 1586.--(3) The essayes of prentise, in the devine art of poesie ... Edinburgh, 1581.--(4) Orlando Fvrioso, in English heroical verse, by Sr John Harington ... 1591.--(5) Palladis Tamia. Wits treasvry ... By Francis Meres ... London, 1598.--(6) Observations in the art of English poesie. By Thomas Campion ... London, 1602.
--(7) A defence of ryme ... By Sa: D. London, 1603.--(8) Hypercritica; or, A rule of judgment for writing, or reading our history's ... By Edmund Bolton ... Oxford, 1722.--(9) Three proper, and wittie, familiar letters: lately passed betvveene tvvo vniuersitie men: touching the earthquake in April last, and our English refourmed versifying ... London, 1580.--(10) Two other very commendable letters, of the same mens vvriting: both touching the foresaid artificiall versifying, and certain other particulars ... London, 1580.
Description: 2 v. 26 cm.
Contents: Vol. 1. Puttenham, George. Arte of English poesie.- Vol. 2. Gascoigne, George. Certayne notes of instruction; Webbe, William. A discourse of English poetrie; King James. A treatise of the airt of Scottis poesie; Harington, Sir John. An apologie of poetrie; Meres, Francis. A comparative discourse of our English poets; Campion, Thomas. Observations in the art of English poesie; Daniel, Samuel. A defence of ryme; Bolton, Edmund. Hypercritica, or, A Rule of judgment for writing or reading our histories; Spenser, Edmund and Harvey, Gabriel. Three proper and wittie familiar letters lately passed between two universitie men, and two other very commendable letters of the same men's writing.
Series Title: Miscellanea poetica auglicana antiqua, v. 1-2
Responsibility: Ed. by Joseph Haslewood.

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