Major poets of the earlier seventeenth century: Donne, Herbert, Vaughan, Crashaw, Jonson, Herrick, Marvell

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Andrew J. Sabol
Odyssey Press, 1973 - History - 1330 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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INTRODUCTION
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John Jenkins 1224 8 See O see who is heere come a Maying Martin
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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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The family 22 The Sie 2 Artillery 2 j Churchrents or schismes 26
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justice II 2 jj The Pilgrimage 28 The holdfast 29 Complaining jjo
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Lessons 46 Corruption 47oj H Scriptures 471 Unprofitablenes 47
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Selfecondemnation jjoj Bittersweet 6o j The Glance 6o j The
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Emblem probably by Crashaw devised to accompany
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Nativity of Our Lord God 6oj New Years Day 614 In the Glorious
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681j Upon the Bleeding Crucifix 68 Upon the Crowne of Thorns 687
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Glorious Assumption of Our Blessed Lady 699 Sainte Mary Magdalene
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Description of a Religious House and Condition of Life 7i An Epitaph
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From EPIGRAMMES
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To the Reader 762j II To my Booke 762 III To my Bookeseller 76j
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On English Mounsieur 77j LXXXIX To Edward Allen
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ELEGIES SATIRES VERSE LETTERS
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THE CHURCH MI LIT A NT
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Loves Progresse 86 j Elegie XIX To his Mistris going to
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DIVINE POEMS
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HOLY SONNETS 1633
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THE TEMPLE
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The Crosse 162 Upon the Annunciation and Passion falling upon one
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Henry Vaughan
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INTRODUCTION
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The Dedication
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The Altar 2o sj The Sacrifice 2o6 The Thankesgiving 21 The Reprisall
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Sepulcher 22o Easter 221 Easter wings 22 H Baptisme I 22j
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Our life is hid with
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Affliction IV 271 Man 272 Antiphon 11 274 Unkindnes 27
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The British Church 291 The Quipp 292 Vanity 77 29j The Dawning
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SILEX SCINTILLANS
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Parti 4o
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DeathI 416 Resurrection and Immortality 418j Day of Judgement I 421
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Religion 422 The Search 42jj Isaacs Marriage 428j The Brittish Church
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Christs Nativity 472 The Check 474 Disorder andfrailty 476 Idle Verse
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Easter Hymn 491 j The Holy Communion 492 Psalm 121
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Tears 8j Jacobs Pillow and Pillar 86j The Agreement i88 The day
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INTRODUCTION
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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Tombe wherein never man was laid 62 Luke 11 62 Upon the Infant
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CARMEN DEO NOSTRO
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THE FORREST
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From UNDERWOOD
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former 826 8 Urging her of a promise 826 9 Her man described by
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To the noble
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Ben 8j61 LII A Poeme sent me by Sir William Burlase 88j My Answer
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LXXXIV eupheme or the faire fame
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The Dedication of her Cradle 812 2 The Song of her Descent 87
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The Songs in cynthias revells
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1 Crispinus 89 2 Hermogenes 89j Horaces Ode 894
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Songs from oberon the faery prince
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knights 9ojj Phosphorus 90 Song Oyet how early and before her time
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Title page of the first folio of Jonsons Workes 1616
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To the Most Illustrious and Most Hopefull Prince Charles Prince of Wales
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To the High and Noble Prince George Duke Marquesse and Earle
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Oberons Feast 977 To Virgins 978 To Daffadills 979 Mattens
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To Phillis to love and live with him 999 Upon Mistresse Susanna Southwell
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OR HIS PIOUS
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What God is 1027 Upon God 1027 Mercy and Love 1027 Gods Anger
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INTRODUCTION 10jj
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A Dialogue between the Resolved Soul and Created Pleasure 107 On
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1089 To his Coy Mistress 1090 The unfortunate Lover 1092 The Gallery
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1094 The Fair Singer 1096 Mourning 1097 Daphnis and Chloe 1099
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SelfPortrait of Nicholas Lanier now in the Oxford School
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you may William Lawes 12jj ij Let us sleepe this night away William
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