10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYGMAEAN»
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Homeless Dogs & Melancholy Apes: Humans and Other Animals in ...
And of course his Pygmaean genealogy is confirmed by the fact that "he turned
certain fables of Aesop into verse, probably out of his respect to beasts in general
, and love to his family [of apes] in particular" (266). In Italy, Scriblerus uncovers ...
A Literal Translation of Those Satires of Juvenal and ...
The Pygmaean warrior runs in his little arms, Soon unequal to the enemy, and
seized, through the air, with crooked Talons, he is carried by a cruel crane : if you
could see this In our nations, you would be shook with laughter : but there, 171 ...
The Metamorphoses of Ovid
One corner contains Thracian Rhodope and Haemus, now cold mountains,
formerly human bodies, who assumed to themselves the names of the supreme
Gods. Another part contains the wretched fate of the Pygmaean matron.ll Her, ...
By Blitzen of Donde — Webb's Pygmaean Lady. 126 Mrs. Lester Noel Webb.
Webb's Wee Black Widow, H113181. April 19, 19.8. Breeder, owner. By Blitzen of
Donde — Webb's Pygmaean Lady. 127 Mrs. Lester Noel Webb. Wetfc's Pink
In this bestselling book, Colin Turnbull, a British cultural anthropologist, details the incredible Mbuti pygmy people and their love of the forest, and each other.
The works of Alexander Pope
... two heroes of such a make should die inglorious in their beds ; when it had
been a fate more worthy our size, had they met with theirs from an irruption of
cranes, or other warlike animals, those ancient enemies to our pygmaean
Alexander Pope, Joseph Warton, 1822
The poetical works of William Somervile, with the life of ...
... the treacherous bog Lies floundering, hals inguls 'd. What biting thoughts
Torments th' abandon'd crew ! Old age laments His vigour spent: the tall, plump,
brawny youth Curses his cumberous bulk ; and envies now The fhort pygmaean
... but of Stone, and crook'd at the Top, with a little Cage of Glass at the Crook. I
found later, that they were publick Lanthorns, as you shall hear. The Borders of
the Road were wonderful neat and trim, with Grass, shut in by Pygmaean Walls of
Focus: Music of South Africa
The next mention of pygmies is in Homer's Iliad, in which the “Pygmaean race” is
mentioned as having been killed by the men of Troy, though again it is not clear if
Homer's is a mythical reference (Turnbull 1968: 15). Though not depicting ...
The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ...: Accurately Revised ... ...
In this song we have their doctrine of the creation, the fame in all probability as
was taught so many ages before in the great pygmaean empire, and several
hierogly- phical fables under which they couched or embellished their morals.
Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth, 1766