10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OCTONARIES»
Discover the use of octonaries
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to octonaries
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Upon the Vanitie and Inconstancie of the World
Translation by Esther Inglis, from the French of A. de la Roche Chandieu, of 47 stanzas in English only, each penned in a different calligraphic style and illustrated with flowers, etc., in watercolor.
Antoine de Chandieu, 1607
The Paradise of Women: Writings by Englishwomen of the ...
A2-A3] ESTHER (INGLIS) KELLO (1571-1624) Esther Kello wrote professionally,
but her professionalism, as the following dedicatory letter shows, was that of a
dependent writer. The following letter is the "Dedicatory Epistle," to Octonaries ...
Writing Matter: From the Hands of the English Renaissance
Esther Inglis, Octonaries Upon the Vanitie, title page verso. By permission of the
Folger Shakespeare Library (V.a.9l). tures of a humble Amazon, transcending the
limits of her sex even as she retranscribes them and enters into the excessive ...
Commentary on the Rule of St. Benedict
Let it thus come about that at the Night Office on Sunday we shall always begin
with the twentieth psalm. We are still at Prime, but Prime of Monday. Rather than
use them at Prime, Terce, and Sext, St. Benedict divides the last nine octonaries
The Cambridge Companion to Early Modern Women's Writing
Esther Inglis, Octonaries upon the Vanitie and Inconstancie of the World, 1601.
Folger Shakespeare Library MS V.a.91, fol. 1v. into traditional sixteenth-century
Scottish countrywoman's attire. Four tiny colour self-portraits of Inglis are also ...
Laura Lunger Knoppers, 2009
Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in ...
Among her most intriguing works are the "Octonaries" — fifty poems of eight lines
each. Modern studies sometimes imply that she may have composed either the
original poems or their translations from French. Recently, however, their author ...
Helen Ostovich, Elizabeth Sauer, Melissa Smith, 2004
New SCM Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship
Ps. 54, two sections (octonaries) of Ps. 119, versicle, *Kyrie, *Lord's Prayer,
Apostles' *Creed, Ps. 51, versicle and *collect constituted prime. Terce, sext and
none — the minor hours — consisted of three octonaries from Psalm 119 without
Women, Writing, and the Reproduction of Culture in Tudor and ...
"Octonaries upon the Vanitie and Inconstancie of the World . . . 1607." MS V.a.92.
Folger Library, Washington, D.C. — . [Quotations from Psalms and Proverbs.] MS
Typ.428.1. Houghton Library, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. — . [Specimens ...
Mary Elizabeth Burke, 2000
The daytime Hours: Prime, Terce, Sext, and None, uniformly used octonaries
from Ps 119." Compline, which likewise did not vary, used Pss 4, 31 (verses 1-6),
91, and 134. The rest of the psalter was read weekly in the form of two series: Pss
Irénée Henri Dalmais, Pierre Jounel, Aimé Georges Martimort, 1986
Writings by Early Modern Women
Octonarie 1 of Esther Inglis's Octonaries upon the Vanitie and Inconstancie of the
World, 1600: Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, Ms V.a. gi (Original
page 113 X 161mm). Reproduced by permission of the Folger Shakespeare ...
Peter Beal, Margaret J. M. Ezell, 2000