10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OPUSCULAR»
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Romantic Periodicals and Print Culture
He willingly accords her "verses of feeling" the faint praise of being "among the
best in our opuscular poetry,"10 but inflicts the punishment of "illustrating, by
specimens of an opposite nature, our unfavourable opinion of her heroic verse" (
The Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal
... by our just praise of those pieces which accord better with the character of her
imagination. The verses of feeling, on which she must rely sor the establishment
of her fame, are certainly among the best in our H z opuscular opuscular poetry.
Reviews and Essays of Austin Clarke
Rev. of Section: Rock Drill: 85-95 de los Cantares, by Ezra Pound, Poems
Opuscular, by Michael Srigley, Mavericks: An Anthology, ed. Howard Sargeant
and Dannie Abse, and Poems, by Elizabeth Bishop. The Irish Times, 16 Feb.
1957, p. 6.
Austin Clarke, Gregory A. Schirmer, 1995
How I came out from Rome: an autobiography. Transl
P. Lombardi, Sen tent. lib. iv., Distinct, xvii., xviii., passim. Cologne, 1609. +
Insignior Opuscular, Divi Thomas Aquin., tome i. Louanii, 1562. Tract, xi., ch. 5, p.
136. * Sacrosaneta Concilia, Studio Labbaei et Cossartii, etc., vol. xv. Confession
The Edinburgh Monthly Magazine
... to overlook every fault in compositiou,-—while the happier passages are
distinguished by an ease, freedom, ele nee, and grace, truly delightful, on not to
he surpassed in the very best specimens of our opuscular poetry. Yet with all this
... published a volume of " Poems," which were thus characterized by the
celebrated critic, Dr. Brown : " The verses of feeling, on which Mrs. Opie must rely
for the establishment of her fame, are certainly among the best in our opuscular
Amelia Alderson Opie, Cecilia Lucy Brightwell, 1855
The Incomparable Siddons
All the laurells are green and flourishing; all the wooden garden pales hidden by
sweet shrubs & flowers that form a verdant wall all round me. Oh, it is the prettiest
little nook in all the world." Mr. Siddons's turn for opuscular poetry probably ...
Florence Mary Wilson Parsons, 1909
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
... which force us to overlook every fault in composition, —while the happier
passages are distinguished by an ease, freedom, elegance, and grace, truly
delightful,-and not to be surpassed in the very best specimens of our opuscular
... Sere' naders in Golden Square, I am obliged to confess that the cursory view I
have taken of the musical world, is but an opuscular one after all—that I have but
described a worldling having a dozen worlds within it. LOBSTERS. “Lons'rEns!
Gaslight and Daylight, with Some London Scenes They Shine Upon
... of some Ethiopian Serenaders in Golden Square, I am obliged to confess that
the cursory view I have taken of the musical world, is but an opuscular one after
all — that I have but described a worldling having a dozen worlds within it. • XXV.
George Augustus Sala, 1872