4 edition of Gleanings from the poets, for home and school found in the catalog.
|Statement||Selected by the author of "Theory of teaching", "Elements of astronomy, or The world as it is, and as it appears", &c. &c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 430 p.|
|Number of Pages||430|
The poets in this book are young, or old, and some are now dead, increasing the value of LaVerne Clark's photographs of them a while ago. It is a fascinating subject. Most historical poets are known by perhaps only one set picture and before our times only by portraits or drawings. Gleanings from a Life in Literature is National Artist for Literature F. Sionil José’s summing up of six decades of creative imagination and dedication. While these essays are personal, they can be instructive to those who want to read, to write, and to understand the Filipinos and their country/5(3).
Hilaire Belloc is considered one of the most controversial and accomplished men of letters of early 20th-century England. An author whose writings continue to draw either the deep admiration or bitter contempt of readers, he was an outspoken proponent of radical social and economic reforms, all grounded in his vision of Europe as a “Catholic society.”. Here is a rare book - with biographical notices of the authors - ENGLISH POETS. Full of poems and poetry of famous English Poets. Book has age - it is antique undated book - late s = Decorative Cloth. Condition: Very Good. From Chaucer to Tennyson (poets), Green cloth, bevelled boards, with gold.
The remainder of the book – and the most entertaining – is given over to ‘the best of the worst’, and constitutes fifteen. shortish chapters which take the form of short author studies, in which we are treated to the choicest morsels from each bad poet’s corpus, gleanings from their fertile but misguided imaginations and sterling. In the “Divinity School Address” [given at Harvard Divinity School in , Ralph Waldo] Emerson at times made it sound as though his understanding of Christ had transformed that figure into a type of the artist, a man who had seen “further” than others with more limited vision–An example is Emerson’s statement of how Christ recognized “that God incarnates himself in man, and.
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No dust jacket. Owner's name on endpage. Short gifter's inscription on inside. One book is “Richard Carvel” written by Winston Churchill in and the front cover page has “Cornelia Wetmore Chapell, July 3rd, ” written on it.
The second book is “Lorna Doone” (Volume I and II) written by R. Blackmore (with Illustrations by Frank T. Merrill) written in. Gleanings From the Poets, For Home and School (Boston: Crosby, Nichols, and Co., ), ed. by Anna C. Lowell (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) The Humorous Poetry of the English Language, From Chaucer to Saxe, ed.
by James Parton (Gutenberg text). London: Gall and Inglis, London, Gall and Inglis, [c]. Small octavo, pages plus a colour Baxter print frontispiece. Gilt and black-decorated maroon cloth darkend and slightly rubbed and more. "Gleanings from the poets for home and school entertainments" as well as little plays for children to perform.
CONDITION: Good Plus; inscription, 3 small letters on plight soil to back, and extremities bumped and rubbed through especially spine. Gleanings From the Poets, For Home and School (New York: W. Pooley, c), ed.
by Anna C. Lowell (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) Gleanings From the Poets, For Home and School (Boston: Crosby, Nichols, and Co., ), ed. by Anna C. Lowell (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA). page i gleanings from the poets.
for home and school. selected by the author o0 6theory of teaching,'-" elements of astronomy, or the world as it is, and as it appears,"- &c.
a new edition-enlarged, boston: crosby, nichols, and company, washington street. Gleanings was complied by Northfield resident Robert Watson and published by Joel Heatwole, the publisher of the Northfield News, in Many of the poems were reprinted from newspapers; several, though published anonymously, may been written by Watson himself.
Anna Cabot Lowell ( – 7 January ) was an American writer. Biography. Anna Cabot Jackson was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in She married Charles Russell Lowell, Jr., son of Charles Russell Lowell, Sr.
She was the mother of Civil War General Charles Russell Lowell and daughter Rose, who died at young age in the early s. She died in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 7 January J Days. I don’t remember my last swim, though I remember the date. Ma which stands out for many of us in all kinds of ways, and it was the last day of a lot of things—that evening I would run my cart through the grocery store heaped with cans of beans and bags of chips (necessary supplies for impending disaster).
Letter from a white home, to other white people; I am not great at metaphors, but I think living through is turning out to be much like that vine. I love coincidence because it makes us see patterns that aren’t there.
I’m pretending this is part of some grand plan I’d unconsciously made for myself. So yes, say something, but also: Pause.James Edwin Campbell (28 September – 26 January ) was an American educator, school administrator, newspaper editor, poet, and essayist. Campbell was the first principal of the West Virginia Colored Institute (present-day West Virginia State University) from untiland is considered by the university as its first president.
Campbell was born in in Pomeroy, Ohio, where.From the time she moved to France in until her death in Neuilly-sur-Seine inAmerican writer Gertrude Stein was a central figure in the Parisian art world.
An advocate of the avant garde, Stein helped shape an artistic movement that demanded a novel form of expression and a conscious break with the past. The Paris salon at 27 rue de Fleurus that she shared with Alice B. Toklas, her.