3 edition of Fragmenta aurea found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Poems, Brennoralt, Aglaura, Letters to divers eminent personages, An account of religion by reason, The goblins|
|Statement||printed by his own copy|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 752:14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 9-135 [i.e. 127], , 64, , 145-190 p.|
|Number of Pages||190|
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This applies to a work published before January 1,or the unpublished work of an author who died more than 70 years ago. The posthumously published Fragmenta Aurea is described thus on the title page of the first edition: “A Collection of all the Incomparable Peeces, Written by Sir John Suckling.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Fragmenta aurea: a collection of all the incomparable peeces / written by Sir John Suckling ; and published by a friend to perpetuate his memory Author Suckling, John, Sir, [Browse].
Editions of Fragmenta aurea, the best and most important collection, were published in, and ; and The Last Remains of Sir John Suckling appeared in His stature as a poet and literary "arbiter deliciarum". This book is Jurassic Park on steroids.
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by SUCKLING, John Edition: First Edition Book condition: Very Good Book Description. A collection of Suckling's poems first appeared in as Fragmenta aurea. The Selections () published by Alfred Inigo Suckling is in fact a complete edition, of which WC Hazlitt's edition (; revised ) is little more Fragmenta aurea book a reprint with some : 10 FebruaryWhitton, London.
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Rebound in brown calf. The general title page is present and the lyric poems, but not the rest of the book. The binding is in good condition.
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Printed for Humphrey Moseley, London, 49pp. Rebound in brown calf. The general title page is present and the lyric poems, but not the rest of the book. £ $ € May Byron, The Peek-A-Boos In War Time, Slades Antiques £ $ € Excerpt Fr John Suckling's 'Fragmenta Aurea' Slades Antiques £ $ € C19th Edition Of Buchan's Domestic Medicine Slades Antiques £ $ € Part Set Of 10 Jane Austen Novels, John Grant dissertation job quitting Get More Info research paper consumer buying behaviour process how to outline master thesis Este serviço garante a destruição das informações armazenadas em mídia, de forma segura e definitiva.
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Part II. Bibliography and Book History. Chap. The Singularities of Books and Reading. Chap. Editorial Projecting. Chap. The Haunting of Suckling’s Fragmenta Aurea () Coda.
Dibdin: The Rhetoric of Bibliophilia. Part III. Cacophonies: A Bibliographic Rondo. Fakes and Frauds: The “Flewelling Antiphonary” and Galileo’s. Sir John Suckling.
Fragmenta Aurea. A Collection of all the Incomparable Peeces, Written by Sir John Suckling. And - Available at June Grand Format Rare.
OFFERED WITH NO RESERVE – THE EDITION OF THE WORKS OF SIR JOHN SUCKLING, ONE OF THE GREAT WITS HUMORISTS AND LOVE-POETS OF THE 17TH CENTURY CAVALIERS (AUTHOR OF THE ‘FRAGMENTA AUREA’ AND OTHER WORKS), in very good condition, THE LAST AND MOST COMPLETE EDITION OF SUCKLING’S WORKS.
Henry Vaughan, the major Welsh poet of the Commonwealth period, has been among the writers benefiting most from the twentieth-century revival of interest in the poetry of John Donne and his followers. Vaughan's early poems, notably those published in the Poems of and Olor Iscanus ofplace him among the "Sons of Ben," in the company of other imitators of Ben.
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Part One, “Noster Chaucer,” looks at examples in Chaucer studies, such as the notion that Chaucer wrote iambic pentameter, and the definition of a canon in Chaucer. Sir John Suckling, Fragmenta Aurea (London: H. Moseley, ). Wing S B Fisher Rare Book Library. A collection of Suckling's poems was 1st published In as Fragmenta aurea.
The so-called Selections (} published by Rev. Alfred Inign Suckling (author of the History and Antiquities of Suffolk) with Memoires based on original authorities and a portrait after Van Dyck. is really a complete edition of his works, of which W.C. Hazlitt'a.
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26 Addeddate. Suckling's unfinished tragedy, ‘The Sad One,’ was published, together with some other supplementary poems and letters, in the third edition of ‘Fragmenta Aurea with some new Additionals’ of Later editions, entitled ‘The Works of Sir John Suckling,’ appeared in(for Jacob Tonson),(Dublin), and The “Rare Book Working Group” (RBWG) at Princeton University Library began its second year of programming by exploring the topic of “Her Book” on Octo Eric White, Curator of Rare Books, and Gabriel Swift, Reference Librarian for Special Collections, brought out more than 50 books from the 17th and 18th centuries, each.
The Manuscripts Division acquired three works at the Pirie auction: an Elizabethan prayer book c. ; a scribal copy of “The Second and Third Advice to a Painter,” a text that Professor of English Nigel Smith attributes to Andrew Marvell (–); and the s memoir of an English woman named Mary Whitelocke.
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All previous editions of this account have been based on corrupt or inferior texts. This edition, based on the manuscript copy, at long last remedies this and offers a more complete and more accurate Fragmenta Regalia than has been available.
Cerovski has provided a biographical introduction to Naunton's life and work, and he describes the work's origin and textual history. Addeddate Google-id vgt_fj-hE0QC Identifier bub_gb_vgt_fj-hE0QC Identifier-ark ark://t8cg4dh3w Lccn Ocr ABBYY FineReader My second favourite is a book that I only recently discovered, it is a collection of poetry and songs by Sir John Suckling called ‘Fragmenta Aurea’, not only are the poems inside lovely but the binding is beautiful too.
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Fragmenta aurea. Published: London: Printed for. Fragmenta Aurea contains a number of Suckling's poetic works along with his dramas and other writings.
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