3 edition of A critical edition of the poetry of Katherine Philips found in the catalog.
A critical edition of the poetry of Katherine Philips
Written in English
|Statement||by Catherine Cole Mambretti.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 80818 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 414 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||414|
|LC Control Number||82168037|
KATHERINE PHILIPS: A CRITICAL EDITION OF THE POETRY by REBECCA LYNN TATE, B.A., M.A. A DISSERTATION IN ENGLISH Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Texas Tech University in . Katherine Philips' own short life is well-documented. She was born Fowler, in , to a merchant-class London family She went to school in Hackney, then moved with her widowed mother Author: Carol Rumens.
Katherine Philips's biography and life ine Fowler was born on New Year's day, in London, England. Her father, John Fowler, was a Presbyterian merchant. Katherine was educated at . Get this from a library! Seventeenth-century British poetry, authoritative texts, criticism. [John Peter Rumrich; Gregory Chaplin;] -- Twenty-nine poets writing from the ascension of James I, the first Stuart King, and the Restoration of the monarchy in , are included in this Norton Critical Edition.
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Twenty-nine poets writing from the ascension of James I, the first Stuart King, and the Restoration of the monarchy inare included in this Norton Critical Edition. A time of political /5(8). However, there is still no reliable edition of her poetry that presents. This edition consists of three introductory chapters followed by the text.
The first introductory chapter presents a brief biography of Philips. The second chapter is a critical introduction to the poetry that briefly explores Philips' use of various genres, themes, motifs, and influences. This chapter also discusses Philips' society of : Rebecca Lynn Tate.
Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda: To Which Is Added Monsieur Corneille's Tragedies of Pompey and Out of the French (Classic Reprint) [Katherine Philips] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs.
Katherine Philips. Even so, Saintsbury’s credibility is limited, given Thomas’s critical edition. When the Oxford edition of Philips is published, Saintsbury will become obsolete.
Fifteen poems. Poetry transcribed from the and editions. These are fine to use when seeking a seventeenth-century version of Philips’ work. Ten poems. Drawn from the edition of the poems. Katherine Philips: | | ||| | Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available.
Katherine Philips’ Poetry Web edition of Katherine Philips’ Poetry Selections are from Philips' own fair copy, NLW Ms B, also known as the Tutin Ms.
1) To my dearest Antenor, on his parting. Katherine Philips leaves a fairly strong record of her connections to her friends, relatives and literary associates in her letters to Sir Charles Cotterell (Master of Ceremonies to Charles II’s court), as well as in her poetry.
Philips, Katherine (Poetry Criticism) Katherine Philips – and when a pirated edition of her poems appeared early inshe reacted with dismay, claiming that she "never was. Poems by the most deservedly admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the matchless Orinda: to which is added Monsieur Corneille's tragedies of Pompey and Horace, with several other translations out of the French by Philips, Katherine Pages: Katherine Philips, a critical edition of the poetry / Article January with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the.
Katherine Philips was a poet writing during the Comraonwealth and early Restoration Periods. During her brief lifetime (), Philips became one of the first woraen in England to publish poetry on secular topics and one of England's first women of letters.
However, there is still no reliable edition of her poetry Author: Rebecca Lynn Tate. Get this from a library. A critical edition of the poetry of Katherine Philips. [Catherine Mambretti; Katherine Philips].
: Katherine Philips: Form, Reception, and Literary Contexts (Historical Women's Writing) (): Marie-Louise Coolahan, Gillian Wright: Books. Book Description. Katherine Philips (–) is widely regarded as a pioneering figure within English-language women’s literary history.
Best known as a poet, she was also a skilled translator. In fact, this line of thinking provides another impetus to “find” a critical and final edition of the author’s true words, by collating all versions, manuscript and print, measuring and weighing their many differences and similarities, so that the social processes the author’s text emerged from can be peeled away, leaving the pure, simple truth of the author’s text.
The Collected Works Of Katherine Philips book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(7). The Collected Works Of Katherine Philips book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Katherine Philips book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Katherine Philips () is widely regarded as a pioneering figure. Even so, the study of Philips has always been hampered by the unavailability of a critical edition that was easily accessible.
We do currently have one. The edition of her complete works, edited by Patrick Thomas. Poems book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(6). After her death, in an authorised edition of her poetry was printed entitled Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs.
Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda. The edition included her translations of Pompée and Horace. Edward Phillips, nephew of John Milton, placed Katherine Philips high above Aphra Behn, writing in Theatrum poetarum .There is also a completely new chapter on women poets of the seventeenth century which considers the significant contributions of writers such as Katherine Philips and Margaret Cavendish.
The proven .Katherine Philips English poet and translator. At the time of her death, Philips was considered the first British woman poet of high regard.