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Jacobean and Caroline poetry : an anthology

Author: T G S Cain
Publisher: London ; New York : Methuen, 1981.
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Jacobean and Caroline poetry.
London ; New York : Methuen, 1981
(OCoLC)562062887
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T G S Cain
ISBN: 0416310605 9780416310603 0416310702 9780416310702
OCLC Number: 8398658
Description: xiii, 334 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Michael Drayton: From idea: sonnet 9, sonnet 61; The tenth eclogue; The tenth nymphal --
John Donne: The good-morrow; Song. g̀o and catch a falling star'; The sun rising; The canonization; Song. s̀weetest love, I do not go'; Air and angels; The anniversary; Love's growth; The flea; A nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day; Being the shortest day; A valediction: forbidding mourning; The ecstasy; The autumnal; To his mistress going to bed; Satire 3; From an anatomy of the world. The first anniversary; Elegy on mistress Boulstred; Holy sonnets: As due by many titles; Oh my black soul; This is my play's last scence; At the round earth's imagined corners; If poisonous minerals; Death be not proud; Spit in my face you Jews; Why are we by all creatures waited on?; What if this present; Batter my heart, three-personed God; Wilt thou love God, as he thee?; Father, part of his double interest; Since she whom I loved; Good Friday, 1613. Riding westward; A hymn to Christ, at the author's last going into Germany; A hymn to God the father --
Ben Jonson: To William Camden; On my first daughter; On my first son; To fine lady would-be; To Pertinax Cob; To fine grand; To John Donne; Inviting a friend to supper; To a weak gamester in poetry; On gut; Epitaph on Salomon Pavy, a child of Queen Elizabeth's chapel; To Penshurst; To the world: a farewell for a gentlewoman, virtuous and noble; Song: to Celia; To the same; From Epistle to Elizabeth, countess of Rutland; To heaven; A celebration of charis in ten lyric pieces: his exuse for loving; her triumph; An epitaph on Master Vincent Corbett; From An epistle to a friend, to persuade him to the wars; An ode, to himself; To the memory of ... Mr. William Shakespeare; Slow, slow, fresh fount, keep time with my salt tears; Queen and huntress, chaste and fair; Still to be neat, still to be dressed --
Robert Herrick: The argument of his book; To his book; Upon Julia's voice; To the Reverend Shade of his religious father; Delight in disorder; The vision; To Dianeme; To a gentlewoman, objecting to him his grey hairs; Corinna's going a-maying; To violets; To the virgins, to make much of time; His poetry his pillar; A meditation for his mistress; Lyric for legacies; The changes to Corinna; The coming of good luck; The hock-cart, or harvest home; To Anthea, who may command him anything; To meadows; A nuptial song ... on Sir Clipseby Crew and his lady; Upon Prudence Baldwin her sickness; A hymn to Bacchus; To daffodils; Upon glass: epigram; To blossoms; His prayer to Ben Jonson; The night-piece, to Julia; Upon Julia's clothes; Upon prue his maid; Ceremonies for candlemas eve; The pillar of fame; His litany to the holy spirit; The white island, or place of the blest --
George Herbert: The altar; The agony; Redemption; Affliction [1]; Prayer [1]; Jordan [1]; Grace; Church monuments; Employment [2]; Denial; Virtue; The pearl. Matthew 13; Affliction [4]; Life; Submission; The quip; Confession; Love unknown; The Jews; The collar; The flower; The forerunners; A wreath; Death; Doomsday; Love [3] --
Thomas Carew: Song: to my inconstant mistress; To saxham; A rapture; Maria Wentworth; An elegy upon ... Doctor John Donne; To my worthy friend Master George Sandys, on his translation of the Psalms --
John Milton: From at a vacation exercise in the college; L'allegro; Il penseroso; Lycidas; Sonnet 15: on the late massacre in Piedmont; Sonnet 16 --
Richard Crashaw: Luke 11: Blessed be the paps which thou hast sucked; New Year's Day; Charitas nimia, or the dear bargain; A hymn to.. .St. Teresa; An apology for the foregoing hymn ... ; To ... the countess of Denbigh --
Andrew Marvell: The definition of love.; To his coy mistress; An horatian ode upon Cromwell's return from Ireland; The picture of little T.C. in a prospect of flowers; From upon appleton house, to my Lord Fairfax; The garden; On a drop of dew; A dialogue between the soul and body; Damon the mower; Bermudas; From upon the death of ... the Lord Protector; On Mr. Milton's 'Paradise lost' --
Henry Vaughan: Regeneration; The retreat; Silence and stealth of days; Corruption; The world; I walked the other day (to Spend my hour); They are all gone into the world of light; The book --
(continued).
Responsibility: edited by T.G.S. Cain.

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