Seventeenth-century Verse and Prose, Volume 1
Volume One: Poets included are Lancelot Andrewes, Francis Bacon, John Donne, Ben Jonson, Robert Burton, Phineas Fletcher, Giles Fletcher, George Wither, Thomas Hobbes, Robert Herrick, George Herbert, Izaak Walton, Thomas Carew, Sir Thomas Browne, Sir William Davenant, Edmund Waller, Sir John Suckling, Abraham Cowley, Andrew Marvell, and Henry Vaughan.
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Thankes my Willy ; I had And I'm sure that so maist thou , Therefore my kind Willy now , Till that time had lodg'd the Sunne , 400 Since thy folding time “ drawes on If thou had'st not made me stay ; And I see thou must be gon , But thy ...
This kind of understanding is in numbring to some degree ; yet it serves them to little use in common life ; in which common to man and beast . It yields what Hobbes calls foresight or prudence - in other they govern themselves ...
10 Hark , how the Strings awake , And though the Moving Hand approach not near , Themselves with awful fear , A kind of num'erous Trembling make . Now all thy Forces try , Now all thy charms apply , Revenge upon her Ear the Conquests of ...
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Sometimes I have to dig around to find what I want, because there is a tuck fun of work stuffed int his volume. I've had this book for years. I received it in a book walk at UTEP when I was around 11 ... Volledige review lezen
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