Bright Shootes of Everlastingnesse

The Seventeenth-Century Religious Lyric (Essays in the Seventeenth-Century Literature, 2) by Claude J. Summers

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  • History and criticism,
  • Religious Literature,
  • Religious poetry, English,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • English,
  • Poetry & poets,
  • Poetry texts & anthologies,
  • Religion: general,
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  • Christian poetry, English,
  • Early modern, 1500-1700,
  • English Poetry

Edition Notes

ContributionsTed-Larry Pebworth (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8166222M
ISBN 100826206182
ISBN 109780826206183

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Book Reviews CLAUDE J. SUMMERS and TED-LARRY PEBWORTH, eds. "Bright Shootes of Everlastingnesse": The Seventeenth-Century Religious Lyric. Columbia: University ofMissouri Press, p. The religious element ofreligious poetry, as the editors ofthis volume note, has usually not been the central focus of twentieth-century criticism.

Book Reviews CLAUDE J. SUMMERS and TED-LARRY PEBWORTH, eds. "Bright Shootes of Everlastingnesse": The Seventeenth-Century Religious Lyric. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, p. The religious element of religious poetry, as the editors of this volume note, has usually not been the central focus of twentieth-century criticism.

New critics, structuralists, and deconstructionists. Looking for books by Claude J. Summers. See all books authored by Claude J. Summers, including The Eagle and the Dove: Reassessing John Donne (Essays in Seventeenth-Century Literature, 1), and E.M.

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That I might Bright Shootes of Everlastingnesse book more reach that plaine, Where first I left my glorious traine, From whence th’ Inlightned spirit sees: That shady City of Palme trees; But (ah!) my soul with too much stay: Is drunk, and staggers in the way.

Claude J. Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth are both William E. Stirton Professors in the Humanities and Professors of English at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Among works they have edited are Renaissance Discourses of Desire, On the Celebrated and Neglected Poems of Andrew Marvell, "The Muses Common-Weale": Poetry and Politics in the Seventeenth Century, and "Bright Shootes of Format: Hardcover.

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"Bright Shootes of Everlastingnesse" commands a reiteration of that phrase. I prefer to suggest, however, that this book should be welcomed by the seventeenth-century scholar who wishes to think, to argue, to evaluate, and to grow. Selected Poems of Ben Jonson (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies) by Jonson, Ben, Pebworth, Ted-Larry, Summers, Claude J.

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Wit is a vital element of much 17th-century English poetry. These 12 original essays raise questions about wit in relation to thematics, authorial intent, and a variety of cultural practices, including its structure, its use by women, its frequent application in the discussion of circumcision, and its use in devotional poetry and in the writing of Donne, Jonson, Crashaw Author: Claude J.

Summers. Description: In publication sincethe Sixteenth Century Journal (SCJ) prints twenty to twenty-five articles and over four hundred book reviews a SCJ is dedicated to providing readers with thought-provoking research and inquiry into the sixteenth century broadly defined (i.e., ).

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Henry Vaughan, the major Welsh poet of the Commonwealth period, has been among the writers benefiting most from the twentieth-century revival of interest in the poetry of John Donne and his followers.

Vaughan's early poems, notably those published in the Poems of and Olor Iscanus ofplace him among the "Sons of Ben," in the company of other imitators of Ben Jonson, such as.

Claude J. Summers has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings. Claude J. Summers’s most popular book is Isherwood on Writing: The Lectures in California. Sure thou did'st nourish once. and many springs, Many bright mornings, much dew, many showers, Passed o'er thy head; many light hearts and wings, Which now are dead, lodg'd in thy living bowers.

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Pebworth, Ted-Larry. Overview. The book also pays considerable attention to larger theoretical issues relating to literary circles. Bright shootes of everlastingnesse: the seventeenth-century religious lyric (Book) 5 editions published. Largely excerpts from the correspondence between Tchaikowsky and Nadejda von Meck, translated by Barbara von Meck from the original Russian edition (Moscow, ) and given by her, with notes and recollections of persons and places involved, to Mrs.

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Claude J. Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth,” Renaissance Quarterly 42 (), “Herrick, Cultural Clout, and the Burden of. MISCELLANEOUS NOTES AND NEWS Call for Papers The Sixth Biennial Renaissance Conference will be held at the University of Michigan-Dearborn on October Entitled â Bright Shootes of Everlastingnesse: The Seventeenth Century Religious Lyric,â this conference aims to explore the nature of the religious lyric in the seventeenth century.

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Educated at Oxford, he later practised as a physician. His verse publications include Silex Scintillans (, enlarged ) and Olor Iscansus (); prose meditations include The Mount of Olives () and Flores Solitudinis ().

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The George Herbert Journal publishes essays and notes on the life and work of George Herbert, and also features occasional special issues on subjects related to early to midth-century poetry, particularly devotional poetry.

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John Ford, Three Plays: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, The Broken Heart, Perkin Warbeck, ed. Keith Sturgess (Harmondsworth: Penguin, ). Silex scintillans, or, Sacred poems and priuate eiaculations by Henry Vaughan Author: Vaughan, Henry, Bright shootes of everlastingnesse.

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Summers (3 copies) Songs sacred and devotional by H.O. Foster (3 copies) Paradise found by Arthur R. Charlesworth (2 copies).THE REMISSION OF SINS.

John did baptize in the wilderness, and preach the baptism of repentance for the remission of sins.—Mark i. 4. God and man must combine for salvation from sin, and the same word, here and elsewhere translated remission, seems to be employed in the New Testament for the share of either in the great deliverance.

But first let me say something concerning the word here.