2 edition of Exigent reprisal and other poems found in the catalog.
Exigent reprisal and other poems
John Renwick Taylor
|Statement||by John Renwick Taylor.|
|Series||Contemporary poets of Dorrance, (165)|
|LC Classifications||PS3539.A927 E9 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||37011399|
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The poems are well-spaced out and the print is very clear/5(13). The Reprisal; or The Tars of Old England and The Regicide are the only extant plays by Smollett.
The Regicide, written when the author was only eighteen or nineteen, dramatizes the story of the murder of James I of Scotland.
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The Collected Poems, although not complete, presents Koch's shorter poems from the following collections: Sun Out: Selected PoemsThank You and Other poems, The Pleasures Exigent reprisal and other poems book Peace And Other Poems, The Art of Love: Poems, The Burning Mystery of Anna inDays And Nights, Exigent reprisal and other poems book Train: Poems, Straits: Poems, New Addresses, and A 4/5.
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Described as “one of the most scrupulous of British poets involved in following the innovations of modernism,” by Douglas Dunn, poet and translator Christopher Middleton holds a unique place in contemporary British and American verse.
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On the other hand, the actual legal definition: An exigent circumstance, in the criminal procedure law of the United States, allows law enforcement, under certain circumstances, to enter a structure without a [ ]. Michael Heller is a poet, essayist and critic. Among his many books are THIS CONSTELLATION IS A NAME: COLLECTED POEMSSPEAKING THE ESTRANGED: ESSAYS ON THE POETRY OF GEORGE OPPEN, BECKMANN VARIATIONS AND OTHER POEMS, TWO NOVELLAS: MARBLE SNOWS & THE STUDY, ESCHATON, EARTH AND CAVE, EXIGENT FUTURES.
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Poet and scholar Susan Stewart earned a BA from Dickinson College, MA from Johns Hopkins University, and PhD in folklore from the University of Pennsylvania. Among her books of poetry are Cinder: New and Selected Poems (), Red Rover (), The Forest (), and Columbarium (), a National Book Critics Circle Award winner.
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We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find. Book Description: The poems, plays, and political writings included in this volume are essential to an understanding of Tobias Smollett and the literary and social currents of eighteenth-century England.
In introductions to the separate sections of the volume, Byron Gassman identifies the circumstances that prompted Smollett to undertake these. Poetry Linda Maria Baros published her first poem in into a literary review from Bucharest. books of poetryL’Autoroute A4 et autres poèmes (The Highway A4 and Other Poems), Cheyne éditeur, FrancereeditedLa Maison en lames de rasoir (The House Made of Razor Blades), Cheyne éditeur, France, Guillaume Apollinaire Prize O nce, in a classroom of writers, Dean Young was asked how he put together his books.
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