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BNP 93-89r

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ENGLISH ANTHOLOGY:

some poems to be
included:

Saintsbury, Book VI.

I.Shakespeare:
II.
Ben Jonson
Beaumont and Fletcher: “Roses, their sharp spines being gone...” and others
Chapman
Marston
Dekker:
Cold’s the wind and wet’s the rain
Fortune’s smiles, cry Holiday
Art thou poor yet hast thou golden slumbers
Cast away care(mentioned)
Middleton:
Webster: (dramatic piece cited)
Heywood:
Day:
Tourneur:
Rowley:
III.
Drayton:
(celebrated sonnet)
Fair stood the wind for France
Daniel:
Lyrics in choruses of plays and in his masque “Hymen’s Triumph
Sylvester:
Sir John Davies: (from “Nosce te ipsum”)
Beaumont:
Campion: (many, none mentioned by name)
Giles Fletcher (Extrait from a narrative from “Love is the blossom where there blows”)
Phineas [Fletcher]:
W[illiam] Browne: “Steer hither, steer...” (From “Inner Temple Masque”)
Geo[rge] Wither: “Shall I, wasting in despair” ... (e talvez mais)
Ben Jonson: ( mentions: “To Celia”, the epitaphs Not to know vice” (epode), the “Charis” collection, “Oh, do not wanton with those eyes”, the in stanza.
John Downe: (name mentioned).

Lista datilografada, com acrescentos manuscritos.

  • Names

    • Ben Jonson
    • Cyril Tourneur
    • Day
    • Francis Beaumont
    • George Chapman
    • George Wither
    • Giles Fletcher
    • John Davies
    • John Downe
    • John Heywood
    • John Marston
    • John Webster
    • Josua Sylvester
    • Michael Drayton
    • Thomas Campion
    • Thomas Dekker
    • Thomas Middleton
    • Thomas Rowley
    • William Browne
    • William Shakespeare

    Titles

    • Art thou poor yet hast thou golden slumbers
    • Cast away care
    • Cold’s the wind and wet’s the rain
    • Fair stood the wind for France
    • Fortune’s smiles, cry Holiday
    • Hymen’s Triumph
    • Inner Temple Masque
    • Love is the blossom where there blows
    • Nosce te ipsum
    • Not to know vice
    • Oh, do not wanton with those eyes
    • Roses, their sharp spines being gone...
    • Shall I, wasting in despair
    • Steer hither, steer...
    • To Celia