The Resource George Herbert, the critical heritage, edited by C.A. Patrides

George Herbert, the critical heritage, edited by C.A. Patrides

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George Herbert, the critical heritage
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George Herbert, the critical heritage
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edited by C.A. Patrides
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PR3508
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.G48 1983
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  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
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Patrides, C. A
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The Critical heritage series
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  • Herbert, George
  • Herbert, George
  • Herbert, George
  • Herbert, George
  • Herbert, George <1593-1633> - Critique et interprétation
  • Herbert, George
  • Christian poetry, English
  • Christianity and literature
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Christian poetry, English
  • Christianity and literature
  • England
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George Herbert, the critical heritage, edited by C.A. Patrides
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Note
"Seventeenth-century musical settings of lyrics by Herbert"--P. 357-373
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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text
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txt
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Contents
  • I. Herbert in the seventeenth century -- John Donne, 'To Mr. George Herbert', 1615? -- Sir Francis Bacon, dedication of his 'Translation of Certaine Psalmes into English', 1625 -- John Ferrar, from 'A Life of Nicholas Ferrar', post 1633 -- Nicholas Ferrar, preface to 'The Temple', 1633 -- John Polwhele, 'On Mr. Herberts devine poeme the church', 1633? -- Cardell Goodman, from the preface to his "Beawty in Raggs', 1633ff -- Robert Codrington, 'On Herberts poems', 1638 -- Christopher Harvey, from 'The Synagogue', 1640 -- Ralph Knevet, from 'A Gallery to the Temple', 1640s ff -- Edward lord Herbert of Chirbury, from his 'Autobiography', 1643? -- Richard Crashaw, 'On Mr. G. Herberts booke intituled the Temple', ante 1646 -- Joseph Beaumont (?), from the preface to Crashaw's 'Steps to the Temple', 1646 -- Joseph Beaumont, from "Psyche', post 1648 / mid-1650s -- George Daniel, 'An Ode upon Ö "The Temple"', 1648 -- Thomas Hobbes, from The Answer to Davenant, 1650 -- Clement Barksdale, from 'Nympha Libethris', 1651 -- Barnabas Oley, 'A Prefatory View of the Life of Mr. Geo. Herbert', 1652 -- henry Vaughan, from his preface to 'Silex Scintillans', 2nd edn. 1655 -- Joshua Poole, from 'The English Parnassus', 1657 -- Izaak Walton, from 'The Life of Dr. John Donne', 1658 -- Thomas Forde, '[Lines] with Herberts Poeme', 1660 -- Thomas Fuller, from 'The History of the Worthies of England', 1662 -- John Aubrey, from 'Brief Lives', post 1667 -- Izaak Walton, 'The Life of Mr. George Herbert', 1670; 1675 -- Charles Cotton, from 'To my Old, and most Worthy Friend Mr. Izaac Walton', 1675 -- Edward Phillips, from 'Theatrum Poetarum', 1675 -- James duport, 'In divinum Poema (cui titulus Templum) Georgii Herberti', 1676 -- Samuel Speed, from 'Prison-Pietie', 1677 -- Richard Baxter, from his preface to 'Poetical Fragments', 1681 -- John Dryden, from 'MacFlecknoe', 1682 -- William Winstanley, from 'The Lives of the most Famous English Poets', 1687 -- John Dunton (?), from the 'Athenian Mercury', 1694 -- Daniel Baker, 'On Mr. George Herbert's Sacred Poems, called, The Temple', 1697 -- Anonymous, from the preface to 'Select Hymns, Taken out of Mr. Herbert's Temple', 1697 -- Thomas White, 'Youth's Alphabet: or, Herbert's Morals', ante 1702
  • II. Herbert in the eighteenth century -- Joseph Addison, from the 'Spectator', 1711 -- George Ryley, from 'Mr. Herbert's Temple Ö Explained & Improved', 1714/15 -- Giles Jacob, from 'An Historical Account of Ö English Poet', 1720 -- John Reynolds, 'To the Memory of the divine Mr. George Herbert', 1725 -- William Cowper, from his 'Memoir of the Early Life', c.1752 -- Henry Headley, from 'Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry', 1787
  • III. Herbert in the nineteenth century -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge, from 'Biographia Literaria', 1817; 'The Friend', 1818, etc. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, from the journals and notebooks, 1831 ff; a lecture, 1835; and 'Parnassus', 1874 -- John Ruskin, from two letters, 1840, 1845; 'Modern Painter', 1843 ff.; and 'Praeterita', 1885-9 -- George Eliot, from a letter, 1841 -- Robert Chambers, from 'Cyclopaedia of English Literature', 1844 -- Margaret Fuller, The Two Herberts, 1846 -- Arthur Hugh Clough, from a lecture, c. 1850 -- William Jerdan, from his introduction to 'The Works of the Rev. George Herbert', 1853 -- George Gilfillan, from his introduction to 'The Poetical Works of George Herbert', 1853 -- Robert Aris Willmott, from his introduction to "The Works of George Herbert', 1854 -- John Keble, from a lecture, 1854 -- Anonymous, from a review in the 'British Quarterly Review', 1854 -- James Thomson,'On George Herbert's Poems', 1862 -- Anonymous, George Herbert and his Time, in the 'Christian Remembrancer', 1862 -- John Nichol, from his introduction to 'The Poetical Works of George Herbert', 1863 -- George MacDonald, George Herbert, in 'England's Antiphon', 1868 -- Gerard Manley Hopkins, from a letter to R. W. Dixon, 1879 -- A. C. Benson, from 'Essays', 1896 -- George Saintsbury, from 'A Short History of English Literature', 1898
  • IV. Herbert in the twentieth century -- Edward Dowden, from 'Puritan and Anglican', 1900 -- William Alexander, from his introduction to 'Poems of George Herbert', 1903 -- H. C. Beeching, from 'Lyra Sacra', 1903 -- W. J. Courthope, from 'A History of English Poetry', 1903 -- George Herbert Palmer, fro 'Formative Types in English Poetry', 1905/18 -- Paul Elmer More, fro George Herbert, in 'Shelburne Essays', 1906 -- A. G. Hyde, from 'George Herbert and his Times', 1906 -- Francis Thompson, George Herbert, in the 'Anthenaeum', 1907 -- Edward Bliss Reed, from 'English Lyric Poetry', 1912 -- A. Clutton-Brock, from 'More Essays on Books', 1921 -- Herbert J. C. Grierson, from his introduction to 'Metaphysical Lyrics and Poems of the Seventeenth Century', 1921 -- T. S. Eliot, George Herbert, in the 'Spectator', 1932 -- Basil De Selincourt, George Herbert, in 'The Times Literary Supplement', 1933 -- Austin Warren, from George Herbert, in 'American Review', 1936 -- Appendix I: Seventeenth-century musical settings of lyrics by Herbert -- John Jenkins, 'Bright spark' (from 'The Starre') -- John Wilson, 'Peace mutt'ring thoughts' (from 'Content') -- John Playford, 'The Altar' -- John Blow, 'And art thou grieved' ('Ephes. 4.30') -- Henry Purcell, 'With sick and famisht eyes' (from 'Longing') -- Appendix II: Eighteenth-century versions of Herbert's 'Vertue.'
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xix, 390 pages
Isbn
9780710092403
Lccn
82022959
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
music
System control number
(OCoLC)9019248
Label
George Herbert, the critical heritage, edited by C.A. Patrides
Publication
Note
"Seventeenth-century musical settings of lyrics by Herbert"--P. 357-373
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Herbert in the seventeenth century -- John Donne, 'To Mr. George Herbert', 1615? -- Sir Francis Bacon, dedication of his 'Translation of Certaine Psalmes into English', 1625 -- John Ferrar, from 'A Life of Nicholas Ferrar', post 1633 -- Nicholas Ferrar, preface to 'The Temple', 1633 -- John Polwhele, 'On Mr. Herberts devine poeme the church', 1633? -- Cardell Goodman, from the preface to his "Beawty in Raggs', 1633ff -- Robert Codrington, 'On Herberts poems', 1638 -- Christopher Harvey, from 'The Synagogue', 1640 -- Ralph Knevet, from 'A Gallery to the Temple', 1640s ff -- Edward lord Herbert of Chirbury, from his 'Autobiography', 1643? -- Richard Crashaw, 'On Mr. G. Herberts booke intituled the Temple', ante 1646 -- Joseph Beaumont (?), from the preface to Crashaw's 'Steps to the Temple', 1646 -- Joseph Beaumont, from "Psyche', post 1648 / mid-1650s -- George Daniel, 'An Ode upon Ö "The Temple"', 1648 -- Thomas Hobbes, from The Answer to Davenant, 1650 -- Clement Barksdale, from 'Nympha Libethris', 1651 -- Barnabas Oley, 'A Prefatory View of the Life of Mr. Geo. Herbert', 1652 -- henry Vaughan, from his preface to 'Silex Scintillans', 2nd edn. 1655 -- Joshua Poole, from 'The English Parnassus', 1657 -- Izaak Walton, from 'The Life of Dr. John Donne', 1658 -- Thomas Forde, '[Lines] with Herberts Poeme', 1660 -- Thomas Fuller, from 'The History of the Worthies of England', 1662 -- John Aubrey, from 'Brief Lives', post 1667 -- Izaak Walton, 'The Life of Mr. George Herbert', 1670; 1675 -- Charles Cotton, from 'To my Old, and most Worthy Friend Mr. Izaac Walton', 1675 -- Edward Phillips, from 'Theatrum Poetarum', 1675 -- James duport, 'In divinum Poema (cui titulus Templum) Georgii Herberti', 1676 -- Samuel Speed, from 'Prison-Pietie', 1677 -- Richard Baxter, from his preface to 'Poetical Fragments', 1681 -- John Dryden, from 'MacFlecknoe', 1682 -- William Winstanley, from 'The Lives of the most Famous English Poets', 1687 -- John Dunton (?), from the 'Athenian Mercury', 1694 -- Daniel Baker, 'On Mr. George Herbert's Sacred Poems, called, The Temple', 1697 -- Anonymous, from the preface to 'Select Hymns, Taken out of Mr. Herbert's Temple', 1697 -- Thomas White, 'Youth's Alphabet: or, Herbert's Morals', ante 1702
  • II. Herbert in the eighteenth century -- Joseph Addison, from the 'Spectator', 1711 -- George Ryley, from 'Mr. Herbert's Temple Ö Explained & Improved', 1714/15 -- Giles Jacob, from 'An Historical Account of Ö English Poet', 1720 -- John Reynolds, 'To the Memory of the divine Mr. George Herbert', 1725 -- William Cowper, from his 'Memoir of the Early Life', c.1752 -- Henry Headley, from 'Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry', 1787
  • III. Herbert in the nineteenth century -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge, from 'Biographia Literaria', 1817; 'The Friend', 1818, etc. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, from the journals and notebooks, 1831 ff; a lecture, 1835; and 'Parnassus', 1874 -- John Ruskin, from two letters, 1840, 1845; 'Modern Painter', 1843 ff.; and 'Praeterita', 1885-9 -- George Eliot, from a letter, 1841 -- Robert Chambers, from 'Cyclopaedia of English Literature', 1844 -- Margaret Fuller, The Two Herberts, 1846 -- Arthur Hugh Clough, from a lecture, c. 1850 -- William Jerdan, from his introduction to 'The Works of the Rev. George Herbert', 1853 -- George Gilfillan, from his introduction to 'The Poetical Works of George Herbert', 1853 -- Robert Aris Willmott, from his introduction to "The Works of George Herbert', 1854 -- John Keble, from a lecture, 1854 -- Anonymous, from a review in the 'British Quarterly Review', 1854 -- James Thomson,'On George Herbert's Poems', 1862 -- Anonymous, George Herbert and his Time, in the 'Christian Remembrancer', 1862 -- John Nichol, from his introduction to 'The Poetical Works of George Herbert', 1863 -- George MacDonald, George Herbert, in 'England's Antiphon', 1868 -- Gerard Manley Hopkins, from a letter to R. W. Dixon, 1879 -- A. C. Benson, from 'Essays', 1896 -- George Saintsbury, from 'A Short History of English Literature', 1898
  • IV. Herbert in the twentieth century -- Edward Dowden, from 'Puritan and Anglican', 1900 -- William Alexander, from his introduction to 'Poems of George Herbert', 1903 -- H. C. Beeching, from 'Lyra Sacra', 1903 -- W. J. Courthope, from 'A History of English Poetry', 1903 -- George Herbert Palmer, fro 'Formative Types in English Poetry', 1905/18 -- Paul Elmer More, fro George Herbert, in 'Shelburne Essays', 1906 -- A. G. Hyde, from 'George Herbert and his Times', 1906 -- Francis Thompson, George Herbert, in the 'Anthenaeum', 1907 -- Edward Bliss Reed, from 'English Lyric Poetry', 1912 -- A. Clutton-Brock, from 'More Essays on Books', 1921 -- Herbert J. C. Grierson, from his introduction to 'Metaphysical Lyrics and Poems of the Seventeenth Century', 1921 -- T. S. Eliot, George Herbert, in the 'Spectator', 1932 -- Basil De Selincourt, George Herbert, in 'The Times Literary Supplement', 1933 -- Austin Warren, from George Herbert, in 'American Review', 1936 -- Appendix I: Seventeenth-century musical settings of lyrics by Herbert -- John Jenkins, 'Bright spark' (from 'The Starre') -- John Wilson, 'Peace mutt'ring thoughts' (from 'Content') -- John Playford, 'The Altar' -- John Blow, 'And art thou grieved' ('Ephes. 4.30') -- Henry Purcell, 'With sick and famisht eyes' (from 'Longing') -- Appendix II: Eighteenth-century versions of Herbert's 'Vertue.'
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xix, 390 pages
Isbn
9780710092403
Lccn
82022959
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
music
System control number
(OCoLC)9019248

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