5 edition of The correspondence of Thomas Warton found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by David Fairer.|
|LC Classifications||PR3761.Z5 A4 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxvi, 775 p. :|
|Number of Pages||775|
|LC Control Number||92039953|
Selections from the Letter-Books of Thomas Wharton, of Philadelphia, (continued) is an article from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and. Exhaustive collection with index and augment by historical notes and legal context. A very clean, tight and little-used set.
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This letter is part of the correspondence calendar of the complete correspondence of Thomas Gray. The calendar contains detailed bibliographic records for all known original, copied, or published letters written by or to the poet as well as the full-text, where available. whenever it suits Mr Wharton to carry him, & there wait for the next. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Thomas Warton ioned: ble.
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Wharton's most recent book is the self-published novel Every Blade of Grass (), the story of a decades-long correspondence between a man and woman who share a love for the wonders and oddities of nature.
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Dr David Fairer is Reader in Eighteenth-Century Poetry at the University of Leeds. He is the author of Pope's Imagination (Manchester University Press, ), The Poetry of Alexander Pope (Penguin, ), and, as editor, Pope: New Contexts (Harvester-Wheatsheaf, ) and The Correspondence of Thomas Warton (University of Georgia Press, ).
He has also written widely on eighteenth. The History of English Poetry, from the Close The correspondence of Thomas Warton book the Eleventh to the Commencement of the Eighteenth Century () by Thomas Warton was a pioneering and influential literary history.
Only three full volumes were ever published, going as far as Queen Elizabeth's reign, but their account of English poetry in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance was unrivalled for many years, and played a.
Thomas Warton (9 January – 21 May ) was an English literary historian, critic, and to he was the Poet Laureate of England. He is sometimes called Thomas Warton the younger to distinguish him from his father Thomas Warton the most famous poem remains The Pleasures of Melancholy, a representative work of the Graveyard poets.
Other editions containing works of Thomas Gray. Correspondence of Thomas Gray, Vol. 1: – Eds Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley () Correspondence of Thomas Gray, Vol. 2: – Eds Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley () The Complete Poems of Thomas Gray: English, Latin and Greek.
Eds H. Starr and J. Hendrickson (). WARTON, THOMAS (–), historian of English poetry, born at Basingstoke on 9 Jan. –8, and baptised there on the 25th, was younger son of Thomas Warton the elder [q.
v.], vicar of Basingstoke. Joseph Warton [q. v.] was his elder brother. Warton's education was directed by his father until he was sixteen, when he entered Trinity.
These papers appear to have been preserved and collected by succeeding generations of both the Wharton and Fisher families. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, but various other documents are included, such as deeds, business, financial, and legal papers, diaries and journals, business letterbooks and ledgers, poems, printed articles, books, and pamphlets concerning Joseph Wharton.
Thomas Wharton of Risby Park, York County, England. From the description of Account book, (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: Thomas Wharton and John Sayre were Philadelphia merchants.
From the description of Ledger, (Historical Society of Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: After Thomas Warton's death, most of his papers were taken by Joseph from Trinity College to Winchester.
Their subsequent history is not entirely clear. From correspondence of John Warton and James Ingram in Dep.it appears that papers of both Thomas. The Shadow of Malabron: Welcome to the Perilous Realm [Wharton, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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John Warton proposed to follow this by selections from the correspondence of his father and uncle Thomas; but these were never issued. A first volume of selections from Warton's poetry and correspondence appeared in under the editorship of an old Winchester pupil, John Wooll, who supplied a long biographical preface, abounding in stilted.
The younger Thomas Warton studied at Basingstoke Grammar School and Trinity College Oxford (B.A. M.A.B.D. ); he held the college living of Kiddington (). Like his father before him, he was Oxford professor of poetry (). A Book Salamander by Thomas Wharton. Eric Korn discovers the search for the perfect book in Salamander by Thomas Wharton.
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Warton's borrowings from Milton in this poem, and others' borrowings from Warton, are discussed at length by "Octavius" in "Milton and Warton.an English literary historian, critic, and poet. From tohe was the Poet Laureate of England.
He is sometimes called Thomas Warton the younger to distinguish him from his father Thomas Warton the elder. Life Warton was born in Basingstoke, Hampshire, the son of poet Thomas Warton, the Elder, and younger brother of Joseph Warton.