2 edition of poems of Phineas Fletcher found in the catalog.
poems of Phineas Fletcher
by printed for private circulation
Written in English
Edition of 156 copies.
|Statement||for the first time collected and edited: with memoir, essay, and notes ; by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart. Vol.1.|
|Series||The Fuller worthies" library|
|Contributions||Grosart, Alexander B.|
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English poet, elder son of Dr Giles Fletcher, and brother of Giles the younger, was born at Cranbrook, Kent, and was baptized on the 8th of April Comments about The Divine Lover by Phineas Fletcher Ann Robertson (4/19/ AM) am ashamed to say that I ha never heard of Phineas Fletcher until I heard this poem read in the service Easter From Kings on the BBC/5.
Phineas Fletcher, English poet best known for his religious and scientific poem The Purple Island; or, The Isle of Man (). The elder son of Giles Fletcher the Elder and brother of Giles Fletcher the Younger, he was educated at Eton and at King’s College, Cambridge.
His. English poet, elder son of Dr Giles Fletcher, and brother of Giles the younger, was born at Cranbrook, Kent, and was baptized on the 8th of April He was admitted a scholar of Eton, and in 16oo entered King’s College, Cambridge.
He graduated B.A. inand M.A. in 16o8, and was one of the contributors to Sorrow’s Joy (). His pastoral drama, Sicelides or. The Poems of Phineas Fletcher, Volume III by Phineas Fletcher (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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Poems by Phineas Fletcher. English poet, elder son of Dr Giles Fletcher, and brother of Giles the younger, was born at Cranbrook, Kent, and was baptized on the 8th of April He was admitted a scholar of Eton, and in e. Full text of "The poems of Phineas Fletcher, for the first time collected and edited: with memoir, essay, and notes:" See other formats.
It is certainly not by Spenser, and is printed by Dr Grosart with the works of Phineas Fletcher. Sicelides, a play acted at King’s College inwas printed in In appeared two theological prose treatises, The Way to Blessedness and Joy in Tribulation, and in his magnum opus, The Purple Island.
Rev. Phineas Fletcher (baptized 8 April - ) was an English poet. Fletcher was the elder son of Giles Fletcher the elder (himself a minor poet, and Envoy to Russia) and the brother of Giles Fletcher the younger. He was a cousin of dramatist John Fletcher. Phineas was educated at Eton and Cambridge, and entered the Church, becoming Rector of Hilgay, Norfolk.
He wrote. Get this from a library. The poems of Phineas Fletcher, for the first time collected and edited: with memoir, essay, and notes. [Phineas Fletcher; Alexander Balloch Grosart].
This edition of seven poems by Phineas Fletcher contained in a manuscript in the Library of Sion College is published for the Royal Society of Literature under the terms of the Dr. Richards Trust. The Rev. George Richards, a Fellow of the Society, by his will dated 25th February,left to it a sum of money for the SYSTEMation, under.
Phineas Fletcher, man of letters, science, and divinity by Abram Barnett Langdale (Book) The poems of Phineas Fletcher, for the first time collected and edited: with memoir, essay, and notes: by Phineas Fletcher (Book).
The Happy Shepherd. Thrice, oh, thrice happy, shepherd's life and state. When courts are happiness' unhappy pawns. His cottage low and safely humble gate.
Originally published in two volumes in andthe present work remains the standard edition of the poetical works of Giles Fletcher and his brother Phineas Fletcher.
The first volume contains all the extant poems of Giles Fletcher and the undisputed poetical works of. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Phineas Fletcher (Fletcher, Phineas, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.
Fletcher, Phineas, The Purple Island, With the Piscatory Eclogues and Poeticall Miscellenie (based on the text), ed. by David Gustav Anderson (HTML at Renascence Editions) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link.
Locustae, Vel, Pietas Jesuitica by Phineas Fletcher Book Resume: The bilingual English poet Phineas Fletcher () is the author of a short Latin epic on the Gunpowder Plot (). Estelle Haan has provided the first critical edition based on all three manuscripts known and the original printed edition (Cambridge, ).
The Poems of Phineas Fletcher V1 () by Phineas Fletcher,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Oxford Book of English Verse, – is an anthology of English poetry, edited by Arthur Quiller-Couch, that had a very substantial influence on popular taste and perception of poetry for at least a was published by Oxford University Press in ; in its india-paper form it was carried widely around the British Empire and in war as a 'knapsack book'.
Robert Anderson hails Phineas Fletcher as one of the great discoveries of modern times, deplores the "improved" version of the Purple Island published inand gives a detailed list of passages imitated from Spenser. Anderson does not print Brittain's Ida, not yet identified as Fletcher'r does he discuss Fletcher's satirical "Apollyonists," which was published with.
English author, son of Richard Fletcher, vicar of Cranbrook, Kent, and father of the poets Phineas and Giles Fletcher, was born in He was educated at Eton and at King’s College, Cambridge, taking his B.A. degree in He was a fellow of his college, and was made LL.D. In he had married Joan’Sheafe of Cranbrook.
The Poems of Phineas Fletcher, collected and edited by Alexander B. Grosart () (external scan) Works about Fletcher "Fletcher, Phineas," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols. "Fletcher, Phineas," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ).Contemporary poems describing correspondences to the anatomy of the human body are the examined, in particular The Purple Island, by Phineas Fletcher.
The Reverend Phineas Fletcher ( - ) was an English metaphysical poet and The Purple Island (), his most famous work, was an epic poem describing the anatomy of the human body in Author: Young.