2 edition of poems of Owen Felltham, 1604?-1668 found in the catalog.
poems of Owen Felltham, 1604?-1668
by Seventeenth-Century News, The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pa
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited, with an introduction and notes by Ted-Larry Pebworth and Claude J. Summers|
|Series||SCN editions and studies -- v. 1, SCN editions and studies -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Pebworth, Ted-Larry, Summers, Claude J|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 86 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Felltham, Owen. Poems of Owen Felltham. University Park, Pa.: Seventeenth-Century News, The. The Poems of Owen Felltham. Felltham, Owen ; Ted-Larry Pebworth and Claude J.
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[ Book: ]. Pebworth, Ted-Larry. Overview. Works: The book also pays considerable attention to larger theoretical issues relating to literary circles. The poems of Owen Felltham.
by Owen Felltham (Book) 11 editions published. He has recently published a book Elégie: The Fortunes of a Classical Genre in Sixteenth-Century Franceand completed research on Marot's professional activities include specialization in the seventeenth century.
co-edited The Poems of Owen Felltham ?–(University Park, Pa., ) and has published a critical study of Felltham (Boston, ), as well as well as many. Footnotes 1. For biographical information on Felltham, see Chapter 1 of Ted‐Larry Pebworth, Owen Felltham (Boston, ), along with supplementary information in Barbara E.
Bergquist, “Owen Felltham: A Few Biographical Facts,” Notes and Queries N.S. 3 (), – For detailed descriptions of his publications, see Ted‐Larry Pebworth, “An Annotated Bibliography of Owen Felltham. FOR Felltham tion two document. hundred (?- Ostensibly ) fifty years, have not considered scholars included and his in critics the "Form of of the folio Prayer" essayist oí Fellúianis to and be poet a Restora- Resolves Owen Felltham (?- ) have considered his "Form of Prayer" to be a Restora-tion document.
Abstract. After the Eikon Basilike, the most popular royalist literary responses to the regicide of January were the elegies and commemorative poems, large numbers of which were published between and 1 Much excellent work has been undertaken recently on the ‘king’s book’, but apart from the work of Lois Potter, little attention has been paid to elegies as an historical Author: Andrew Lacey.
Elyot, Castiglione, and the problem of style / Teresa Kennedy. Format Book Published New York: P. Lang, c Description x, p. ; 24 cm. Series Renaissance and Baroque studies and texts vol. 20 The poems of Owen Felltham. Felltham. The Poems of Owen Felltham. by Ted-Larry Pebworth, Claude J.
Summers, Owen Felltham (pp. ) Review by: T. Langley DOI: /  Pebworth, Ted-Larry; Summers, Claude J. The Poems of Owen Felltham. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University, 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Soft Cover.
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