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George Herbert and the seventeenth-century religious poets : authoritative texts criticism / selected and edited by Mario A. Di Cesare.

; Di Cesare, Mario A
1st ed.. New York : Norton, [1978] .
ISBN 9780393043983, 0393043983, 9780393092547, 0393092542

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Other Authors Di Cesare, Mario A.
Herbert, George, 1593-1633.
Subjects Christian poetry, English -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Christian poetry, English -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
Christian poetry, English -- Early modern.
Civilization, Modern -- 17th century -- Poetry.
Civilization, Modern.
Crashaw, Richard, 1613?-1649.
English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
English poetry -- Early modern.
Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 17th century.
Great Britain.
Herbert, George, 1593-1633 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Herbert, George, 1593-1633.
Intellectual life.
Marvell, Andrew.
Religion in literature.
Traherne, Thomas, -1674.
Vaughan, Henry, 1617 or 1618-1661.
Series Norton critical edition.
Description xiv, 401 pages ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1978]
©1978
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-401).
Summary This volume presents the major works of five poets--George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Andrew Marvell, Henry Vaughan, and Thomas Traherne. While most of the selections are religious poetry, the important secular verse of Marvell and Crashaw is also included. Eighty poems by Herbert have been selected form The Temple, and two early poems from Issak Walton's Lives are also included.
Contents The altar ; The sacrifice ; The thanksgiving ; The reprisal ; The agony ; Good Friday ; Redemption ; Sepulchre ; Easter wings ; Easter ; H. baptism (I) ; H. Baptism (II) ; Sin (I) ; Affliction (I) ; Prayer (I) ; [Prayer (II)] ; The h. communion ; [Church lock-and-key] ; Love I ; Love II ; The temper (I) ; The temper (II) ; Jordan (I) ; Employment (I) ; The h. scriptures I ; The h. scriptures (II) ; Whitsunday ; Grace ; Church monuments ; Church music ; The windows ; The quiddity ; The star ; Sunday ; Anagram ; Employment (II) ; Denial ; Christmas ; The world ; Vanity (I) ; Virtue ; The pearl : Matt. 13:45 ; Affliction (IV) ; Man ; Life ; Mortification ; Jordan (II) ; Obedience ; The British church ; The quip ; Iesu ; Dialogue ; Dullness ; Sin's round ; Peace ; The bunch of grapes ; The storm ; Paradise ; The size ; Artillery ; The pilgrimage ; The bag ; The collar ; Joseph's coat ; The pulley ; The search ; The flower ; The son ; A true hymn ; Bitter-sweet ; Aaron ; The forerunners ; Discipline ; The banquet ; The elixir ; A wreath ; Death ; Doomsday ; Judgement ; Heaven ; Love (III) ; [My God, where is that ancient heat ...] ; Sure Lord, there is enough ...] / George Herbert -- To the infant martyrs ; Upon the infant martyrs ; On the water of our Lord's baptism ; To our Lord, Upon the water made wine ; Upon the ass that bore our Saviour ; I am the door ; Upon Lazarus his tears ; Matthew 27 : and he answered them nothing ; Upon our Saviour's tomb wherein never man was laid ; On Mr. G. Herbert's book ; Music's duel ; In the holy nativity of our Lord God : a hymn sung as by the shepherds ; Saint Mary Magdalene or The weeper ; A hymn to the name and honor of the admirable Saint Teresa ; from The flaming heart ; To the noblest and best of ladies, the Countess of Denbigh -- A dialogue between the resolved soul and created pleasure ; On a drop of dew ; The coronet ; Eyes and tears ; Bermudas ; A dialogue between the soul and body ; The nymph complaining for the death of her fawn ; To his coy mistress ; The definition of love ; The picture of little T.C. in a prospect of flowers ; The mower against gardens ; Damon the mower ; The mower to the glowworms ; The mower's song ; Music's empire ; The garden ; An Horatian ode upon Cromwell's return from Ireland ; Upon Appleton House / Andrew Marvell -- Regeneration ; The search ; The shower ; Distraction ; The pursuit ; Mount of Olives (I) ; The incarnation, and passion ; Vanity of spirit ; The retreat ; [Joy of my life! While left me here] ; The morning watch ; [Silence, and stealth of days!] ; Burial ; [Sure, there's a tie of bodies!] ; Peace ; [And do they so? Have they a sense] ; Corruption ; Unprofitablenes ; Idle verse ; Son-days ; The dawning ; Retirement ; Love, and discipline ; The world ; Mount of Olives (II) ; Man ; [I walked the other day ...] ; Ascension hymn ; [They are all gone into the world of light!] ; Cock-crowing ; The bird ; The timber ; The knot ; The rainbow ; The seed growing secretly ; [As time one day by me did pass] ; The dwelling place ; The night ; The waterfall ; Quickness ; The book / Henry Vaughan -- The salutation ; Wonder ; Eden ; Innocence ; The preparative ; The rapture ; My spirit ; Love ; On news ; The return ; Shadows in the water ; On leaping over the moon / Thomas Traherne.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Poetry.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3609611
(OCoLC)ocm03609611
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