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ContributionsHunt, Leigh, 1784-1859.
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Pagination[8]p. ;
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Open LibraryOL19777173M

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SOME COMMENDATORY VERSES. URGANDA THE UNKNOWN To the book of Don Quixote of la Mancha If to be welcomed by the good, O Book! thou make thy steady aim, No empty chatterer will dare To question or dispute thy claim. But if perchance thou hast a mind To win of idiots approbation, Lost labour will be thy reward, Though they'll pretend appreciation. Commendatory verses on the author of the two Arthurs and the Satyr against wit. Discommendatory verses on those which are truly commendatory on the author of the two Arthurs and the Satyr against wit. Responsibility: [by] Richard C. Boys. Commendatory Verses Dedicatory Sonnets. Book I Book II Book III Book IV Book V Book VI Two Cantos of Mutabilitie. Textual Appendix Notes Common Words. Related Articles. Looking for More Great Reads? Discover Book Picks from the CEO of Penguin Random House US Close. The Faerie Queene. Category: Poetry | Classics. The Poetical Works of George Sandys: Introduction. Commendatory verses. A paraphrase upon Job. A paraphrase upon the Psalms of David Half-title: Library of old authors Library of old authors Volume 1 of The Poetical Works of George Sandys, Richard Hooper Volume 1 of The Poetical Works of George Sandys: Now First Collected, Richard Hooper: Author.

The Works of John Ford: Introduction by Gifford. List of Plays. Commendatory Verses. the Lover's Melancholy. 'tis Pity She's a Whore. the Broken Heart [Ford, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Works of John Ford: Introduction by Gifford. List of Plays. Commendatory Verses. the Lover's Melancholy. 'tis Pity She's a Whore. the Broken HeartAuthor: John Ford. !> the books with commendatory verses are about evenly divided into three groups: literature (including serious prose treatises), reli-gious works, and school textbooks. Thus the lasting association of the universities and schools with commendatory verses appears from the very outset. During this earlier period verses, like dedications, are in. "The texts of Commendatory verses and Discommendatory verses": pages Description: x, pages 24 cm. Series Title: University of Michigan.; University of Michigan contributions in modern philology: Other Titles: Commendatory verses, on the author of the two Arthurs, and the Satyr against wit. Richard Peeke of Tavistock; His Three to One, The Commendatory Verses and the Play of Dick of Devonshire Hardcover – January 1, by Rowe J B (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover Author: Rowe J B.

Who served Don Quixote of La Man-; But from his service I retreat-, Resolved to pass my life discreet-; For Villadiego, called the Si-, Maintained that only in reti-Was found the secret of well-be-, According to the "Celesti-:" A book divine, except for sin-By speech too plain, in my opin-. Read this book on Questia. Conceived as an aid to biographical research in the form of a key to the contributors of commendatory verses and the recipients of dedications in British books before , this index has been expanded to cover the other material found in preliminary leaves, such as epistles by editor, printer, or bookseller. "Commendatory" verses. A custom of Renaissance humanists was to contribute commendatory verses that would preface the works of their friends. In the case of this book, a playful inversion of this habit led to a poetic collection that firstly refused to take the author seriously; and then took on a life of its own. Scope/Content: Manuscript annotations in printed : Manuscript annotations by Narcissus Luttrell in his copy of Commendatory verses, on the author of the two Arthurs, and the Satyr against wit. Annotations consist of filled in blanks throughout text, as well as a note reading "Most scandalously abusive on Sr. Richard Blackmore, a Physitian.".