Lalla Rookh An Oriental Romance

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Poetry - 404 pages
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1820. Irish poet and friend of Lord Byron and P.B. Shelley, Moore's works range from lyric to satire, from prose romance to history and biography. Moore was also a good musician and skillful writer of songs, which he set to Irish tunes, mainly of the 18th century. Moore's bestselling epic poem, Lalla Rookh, is a kind of miniature Arabian Nights in subject matter, setting and form. The story relates the journey of the princess Lalla Rookh from Delhi to Kashmir, where she is to marry the young King of Bucharia whom she has never met. From its first appearance Lalla Rookh inspired the romantic imaginations of artists, dramatists and composers alike with its heady combination of drama, poetry, romance, pathos, fantasy, horror and exoticism. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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THOUSANDS SEE "LALLA ROOKH."; Pain's Wonderful Spectacle Opens at ...
MANHATTAN BEACH, June 26 -- Pain's Amphitheatre was opened to-night with the magnificent pyrotechnic spectacle "Lalla Rookh and the Fire Worshippers," ...
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Lalla Rookh. (excerpt). From The Fire-worshippers ... Original text: Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh, an oriental romance (London: Longman, 1817). 5th edn. ...
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Lalla Rookh
One important source for Dickinson's oriental imagery was Thomas Moore’s 1817 book-length poem Lalla Rookh. Moore’s tale is about a princess’s trip from ...
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Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh
Tenniel's illustrations to Lalla Rookh. ... His sixty-nine designs to Thomas Moore's epic poem, Lalla Rookh, in the Longman edition of 1861, represent his ...
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GOETHE AND 'LALLA ROOKH' Reviewing Goethe's references to Thomas Moore, Professor Boyd said: He [Moore] is first mentioned in the diary on 11 February 1823, ...
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§5. "Irish Melodies; Lalla Rookh". V. Lesser Poets, 1790–1837. Vol ...
The notes to Lalla Rookh (which nobody need read) are said to bore a generation which thinks it knows everything already; and the verse-tale of this ...
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One is Lalla Rookh, but it is from a different boat than the one that hailed in distress to the men of Worthing. This is what its label says: ...
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Lalla-Rookh or Lala Rukh (Persian: لالہ رخ) is the title of a poem by Thomas Moore, published in 1817. The title is taken from the name of the heroine of ...
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Lalla Rookh (1817), by Sir Thomas Moore (1779-1852)
[*PART ONE* -- Lalla Rookh hears about Zelica and Azim] ... [*PART FOUR* -- Lalla Rookh hears about the Peri's quest]. The Story of the Fire-Worshippers ...
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The Lalla Rookh Project is a poetic memorial to the Brave Eleven, a small group of Worthing fishermen who drowned in a futile attempt to come to the aid of ...
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Thomas Moore (MCSE, MCSA, MCSD, MCDBA, MCT, CSE, CTT+) has been in the computer industry for more than 25 years. Thomas has a wide variety of expertise in all hardware environments and with most Microsoft Server products. " My first and lasting love, " he says, " besides my wife and family, however, is programming." Thomas is comfortable in any programming language environment, achieving his MCSD and MCDBA certifications from their inception and recently completing his Microsoft CSE certification as a certified software engineer with Microsoft Business Solutions products. Over the past 18 years he has been working for various Microsoft partners and currently is an Intermediate Developer/Technical Consultant with Diamond Municipal Solutions (formerly Diamond Software) in Paris, Ontario, where he has been for the past three years. Thomas enjoys staying up-to-date, although, like most of us, he finds it a challenge to keep up with the pace of the industry.
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