2 edition of Theatrum poetarum found in the catalog.
Facsimile, originally pub. London, Smith, 1675.
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Genre/Form: Parodies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, James, Rejected addresses. London, Constable & Company, (OCoLC) Theatrum Poetarum Anglicanorum: Containing the Name and Characters of All the English Poets, from the Reign of Henry III. to the Close of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a reviewBrand: Edward Phillips.
Theatrum poetarum, or A compleat collection of the poets. (Especially the most eminent of all ages. The ancients distinguish't from the moderns in their several alphabets. With some observations and reflections upon many of them, particularly those of our own nation. Together with a prefatory discourse of the poets and poetry in generall. Reprograf. Theatrum lyricum, quo poetarumlyricorum omnium, quotquot ab horatio, ad haec usque tempora, editi sunt, et haberi potuerunt. Phrases, locicommunes, comperationes, synonyma, epitheta, sentantiae, et elegantiae poeticae. by Eschenbrender, Panthalamäus: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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Original title page title: Theatrum poetarum, or A compleat collection Theatrum poetarum book the poets, especially the most eminent of all ages. The antients distinguished from the moderns, in their several alphabets.
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Theatrum poetarum anglicanorum. Containing the name and characters of all the English poets, from the reign of Henry III. to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth by Phillips, Edward, ?; Brydges, Egerton, Sir, Rejected Addresses or the New Theatrum Poetarum by Various and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Herbert E.
Cory: "In Edward Phillips published his Theatrum Poetarum Anglicanorum, a work which became very popular as a handbook of criticisms and accounts of English Poets, and from which writers of similar treatises, Gerard Langbaine, William Winstanley, and others, borrowed with great freedom.
Critics have doubtless been right in. THEATRUM POETARUM ANGLICANORUM: CONTAINING THE NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF ALL THE ENGLISH POETS Author (LITERARY HISTORY - BRITISH POETRY, EARLY BOOKS ON). PHILLIPS, EDWARD, Editor Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Edition First Printing of this Enlarged, Updated Edition Publisher Canterbury Place of Publication London.
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Theatrum Poetarum: Preface. Theatrum Poetarum: or a compleat Collection of the Poets; with some Observations and Reflections upon many of them, particularly those of our own Nation.
And yet, when he attempted to compile an English Dictionary, he must have ordered many books of different sorts and dates, in verse as well as prose, to be. (with an older brother, James) Rejected Addresses; or, The New Theatrum Poetarum (), a collection of parodies of early 19th-century British writers that is considered a classic in the literature of parody.
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Identifier (type = hdl). Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum is the title of an book of parodies by the brothers James and Horace contained 21 good-natured parodies of authors of the time, and was a popular success.
Horace Smith was also well known for his sonnet writing competition with Percy Shelley. Thesaurus sapientiae ciuilis, siue, Vitae humanae ac virtutum et vitiorum theatrum: symbolis aeri incisis, et emblematum nouis plane ac reconditae sapientiae tesseris adornatum, gnomologicis illustrium poetarum versibus, & praeceptis expositum: opusculum philologicum et politicum: loco albi amicorum in gratiam omnium ordinum, cumprimis ciuilis sapientiae candidatorum lectu.
Theatrum Poetarum is a bio-bibliography of classical, medieval, and early modern poets compiled by Edward Phillips and published by Charles Smith. Although the volume seems to have been printed only once, at least fifty copies are known to survive.
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Free shipping for many products!Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, James, Rejected addresses ; or, the new Theatrum poetarum. London: Printed for J. Miller,