10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPENSERIAN»
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Revisionary Play: Studies in the Spenserian
The collection, at last, of these seminal essays into a single volume is welcome news indeed for the generation of scholars who learned from them and can now more easily send their own students to them. . .
The Iliad of Homer, Literally Rendered in Spenserian
There are some however who object to the Spenserian stanza as a translating
medium. But the writer confesses .to being unable to concur in that judgment. For
if it be on the score of difiiculty, he thinks that, weighing the advantages and ...
The Spenser Encyclopedia
Spenserian stanzas. This is the first poem in this volume quite reminiscent of
Wordsworth. A 4stanza version of it is in Poems, by S.T.Coleridge 2nd ed (see
Lamb 1797 above). Lloyd 1799 'Lines to a Brother and Sister, Written Soon after
SPENSERIAN STANZA The Spenserian stanza, devised by Spenser for his own
use, may have been derived from Chaucer's Monk's Tale stanza (ababbcbc5),
with which it is identical except for the addition of an alexandrine c rhyme.
Sara DeFord, Clarinda H. Lott, 1940
Keats, Shelley, and Romantic Spenserianism
That unsettled conflict provoked a hostile critical reaction to the early Spenserian
poems and caused a pronounced decline in Spenserian activity during the
second and third decades of the eighteenth century. With the "Affectation" of
The Poetical Works of Ebenezer Elliott, the Corn-law Rhymer
128 Win-Hill; or, the^ florae 'of God, . . '. ." 128 The Wonders of the I /me, 131
Sleep, . . . .132 For Blackwood's Magazine, j' 132 The Fatal Birth, . . 132 Epigram,
. . . 132 Transplanted Flowers, . 132 Spenserian, . . . 133 Spenserian, . . . 133
Metre, Rhythm and Verse Form
That was Keats, who, in his brief maturity, went on to write in the Spenserian
stanza one of his finest narrative poems, 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Leigh Hunt,
Shelley and the Scottish poets Burns, Scott, Thomas Campbell (1777-1844), all
used the ...
The Poetical Works of Ebenezer Elliott: The Corn-law Rhymer
Inscription for a Slab, -on a To the Bramble Flower, . 139 or, " The Philosophy of
Rock in the Ocean, . 126 Spenserian, . . . 140 Happiness," 153 Hymn, written for
the Ogden 140 The Rights of Despots, : 154 Printers of Sheffield, . 126 Song 140
Lord Byron's Strength: Romantic Writing and Commercial Society
And although he adopts the Spenserian stanza as variety's appropriate vehicle,
his authority for the maneuver comes from the "successful Beattie" rather than
from Spenser, who is reduced to a formula or guise. Or convention. The
The Sacred Marriage: Psychic Integration in the Faerie Queene
Harry Berger, "Two Spenserian Retrospects: The Antique Temple of Venus and
the Primitive Marriage of Rivers," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 10 (
1968): 8-11. 33. Berger, "Two Spenserian Retrospects," 9. 34. C. S. Lewis ...
Benjamin G. Lockerd, 1987
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SPENSERIAN»
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In 1959 San Francisco's Spenserian Press published a book of his poems, The Clever Body. La Follette entered a Ph. D. program at the University of California ... «Bigbendnow, Jul 15»
... after the first batch of syrup was produced, and the famous trademark, white Spenserian script on a red background, made its debut at about the same time. «McPherson Sentinel, Jul 15»
Keats in the Ninth.
The style was frequently detestable — a mixture of sham Spenserian and mock Wordsworthian, alternately florid and arid. His second book, Endymion, rises in ... «The Fortnightly Review, May 15»
Napa poet nominated for a Pushcart Prize
Trinacria editor Joseph S. Salemi, Ph.D., a professor in the classics department of Hunter College, characterizes Riley's poem as “a Spenserian sonnet in the ... «Napa Valley Register, Apr 15»
The Grad School Workout
... of height, a rhet-comp specialist, a Spenserian, a Melvillean, and a towering Blakean whom you could no more fool with a high lob than with a floor-screecher. «Pacific Standard, Apr 15»
Spectator competition: poets' acrostics (plus: great bores of today)
I was impressed by both his take on Billy Collins's poem 'Forgetfulness' and by his Spenserian stanza in the manner of Wendy Cope — a parody within a parody ... «Spectator.co.uk, Mar 15»
General Court puts the fizz back into font fight: Coca-Cola v Mitico
The Spenserian script is not particularly fanciful and therefore the consumer would not necessarily connect another sign in that script as coming from Coca-Cola. «Lexology, Mar 15»
CocaCola KicksOff 2015 Global Campaign for the World Famous …
Robinson penned out Coca-Cola by joining the two 'Cs' in Spenserian script and today, 129 years later, Coca-Cola uses the very same script, the same iconic ... «Hiru News, Mar 15»
Typeface trade marks
To support their argument, Coca-Cola focussed on the use of the same “Spenserian script” font in the Master Mark, pointing to the similarity between the letter “a” ... «Lexology, Jan 15»
Off topic: Single quotes, Sonnet 18 many ways, birds' whereabouts …
As the punctuation world turns, it's a free-for-all: The rise of single quotes vs. double quotes. From Spenserian to limerick — “I'll totally write you a poem” ... «SiliconBeat, Oct 14»