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  • Author:
    Christopher Smart
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    0198127723
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    978-0198127727
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    Clarendon Press; 1 edition (August 1, 1996)
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    512 pages
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Volume V of the collected poetry publishes Smart's verse translation of Horace for the first time since 1767. Smart's two most widely known works are A Song to David and Jubilate Agno, both at least partly written during his confinement in asylum.

Volume V of the collected poetry publishes Smart's verse translation of Horace for the first time since 1767. Made in the prodigiously creative years between his release from the madhouse and his death, the translation now emerges as testimony to Smart's tireless creativity and poetic energy, and as a significant contribution to the present reappraisal of Horace's influenc Volume V of the collected poetry publishes Smart's verse translation of Horace for the first time since 1767.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The present volume, which contains miscellaneous English and Latin verse, written throughout his career. Christopher Smart (1722-1771) was an English poet, whose works include A Song to David and Jubilate Agno, both of which were at least partly written during his confinement in an insane asylum. Series: c OET t Oxford English Texts (Book 4).

Smart, Christopher, 1722-1771.

The poetical works of Christopher Smart. by. Smart, Christopher, 1722-1771. Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;. 3. 6 v. : 23 cm. Includes bibliographies and indexes. 96 11 04. Associated-names.

About the Author: Christopher Smart (1722-1771) was an English poet, whose works include A Song to David and Jubilate Agno, both of which were at least partly written during his confinement in an insane asylum.

The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart: Volume VI: A Poetical Translation of the Fables of Phaedrus. Oxford English Texts, Clarendon Press (8 Aug 1996) ISBN 0198183607 ISBN-13: 978-0198183600. Public domainPublic domainfalsefalse.

The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart: Volume II: Religious Poetry .

The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart: Volume II: Religious Poetry, 1763-1771 (Poetical Works of Christopher Smart). The World Displayed, or a Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. 2 of 10: Selected from the Writers of All Nations (Classic Reprint). The World Displayed, or a Collection of Voyages and Travels, Selected from the Writers of All Nations, Vol. 5 of 10 (Classic Reprint). Miscellaneous Poems in English and Latin (Poetical Works of Christopher Smart).

Home Browse Books Book details, The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart. By Phaedrus, Karina Williamson, Christopher Smart

Home Browse Books Book details, The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart. The Poetical Works of Christopher Smart - Vol. 6. By Phaedrus, Karina Williamson, Christopher Smart. Smart's translation of Phaedrus was published in 1765 as

Christopher Smart: 18th century English Lyrist. On the Eternity of the Supreme Being: A Poetical Essay (1750) Complete - Google Books. The Works of Horace; Translated Literally into English Prose (1756) Complete 1855 Buckley ed. - Google Books.

Christopher Smart: 18th century English Lyrist. Biography, Poetry, Study Resources. The Horatian Canons of Friendship; being the Third Satire of the First Book of Horace, Imitated, by Ebenezer Pentweazle (1750) Complete - Google Books. An Occasional Prologue and Epilogue to Othello, as it was acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, 7th of March, 1751 Complete - Google Books.

The volume contains works by 207 poets. Caudwell, Christopher. php?title The Oxford Book of Twentieth Century English Verse&oldid 858096464". Categories: Philip Larkin.

Volume V of the collected poetry publishes Smart's verse translation of Horace for the first time since 1767. Made in the prodigiously creative years between his release from the madhouse and his death, the translation now emerges as testimony to Smart's tireless creativity and poetic energy, and as a significant contribution to the present reappraisal of Horace's influence on English literature. The editors provide an introduction, full scholarly apparatus, and a detailed and clarifying commentary which explains Smart's more obscure passages.

Hilarious Kangaroo
There aren't enough stars in the system for the contents of this book and this is the great scholarly edition--by far the best edition--of this undefinable, essential poem. But be warned: this is a print on demand book. So you're paying a ton of money for a cheap printing which will split, crack and fall apart almost as soon as you open it. Oxford U Press should be ashamed of itself. Find a used copy of the cloth-bound first printing.
SlingFire
A remarkable transitional 17th C work that attempts to reconcile the new scientific view with the intuitive and the spiritual perspective.
Jia
This Poetic interpretation of Psalms is truly a delight. Thanks for making it available!