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Selected Poems
Robert Herrick
0415967511
Mar 2003
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A great survivor among the Cavalier poets, most of his poems were composed in a remote Devonshire parish. Even so, the body of his poetry is large and his religious vocationhardly shows in the almost innocent exhuberanceof his fine verse.


Robert Herrick
Robert Herrick
0460877992
January 1997
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EVERYMAN'S POETRY LIBRARY: This new series of the world's greatest poetry features the hallmarks of Everyman Classics: top-quality production and reader-friendly design along with helpful notes and critiques. Each edition is also a great value, especially for those readers beginning to explore the work of this remarkable poet.

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Founded in 1906 by J.M. Dent, the Everyman Library has always tried to make the best books ever written available to the greatest number of people at the lowest possible price. Unique editorial features that help Everyman Paperback Classics stand out from the crowd include: a leading scholar or literary critic's introduction to the text, a biography of the author, a chronology of her or his life and times, a historical...


Concordance to the Poems of Robert Herrick
Malcolm L. Macleod
0838309917
February 1970
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Based upon F. W. Moorman's Oxford English texts edition of Robert Herrick's poems.THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Books for College Libraries; Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.


The Master of the Inn
Robert Herrick
076619809X
Jan 2005
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1908. Herrick wrote realistic social novels about the conflict between professional and personal values in American capitalistic society. The Master of the Inn begins: It was a plain brick house, three full stories, with four broad chimneys, and overhanging eaves. The tradition was that it had been a colonial tavern-a dot among the fir-covered northern hills on the climbing post-road into Canada. The village scattered along the road below the inn was called Albany-and soon forgotten when the railroad sought an opening through a valley less rugged, eight miles to the west. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty or faded.

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And after a few more words of greeting, the Doctor beckoned to Sam, and gave the guest over to...


Fantasy, Fashion and Affection: Editions of Robert Herrick's Poetry for the Common Reader, 1810-1968
Jay A. Gertzman
0879723505
August 1986
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DC/AC Circuits and Electronics
Robert Herrick
0766820831
Jan 2003
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The first in Delmar Learning?s Herrick & Jacob Series, six tightly integrated electronics engineering technology texts, DC/AC Circuits and Electronics: Principles & Applications teaches readers how to apply basic laws and analysis techniques to traditional introductory circuits, as well as popular, real-world DC and AC circuits. Central to this book is its ability to engage readers who are new to the study of electronics in interesting and useful concepts from the start, guiding them in their efforts to learn how to develop and apply fundamental laws. Throughout the book, only those circuit theorems and analysis techniques that are practical and typically used in real-world circuit analysis are addressed. In addition, Kirchhoff?s Current Law, Kirchhoff?s Voltage Law and Ohm's Law are introduced in separate,...


The Influence of the Latin Elegists on English Lyric Poetry, 1600-1650: With Particular Reference to the Works of Robert Herrick
Pauline Aiken
0877530025
January 1970
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Soviet Naval Theory and Policy
Robert W. Herrick
0870216775
Dec 1989
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Selected Poems: Robert Herrick
Robert Herrick
1857547047
May 2006
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Making available the full range of Herrick's poetry, this selection includes musings of joyful eroticism, warm observations of rural life, and shrewd epigrams. These poems also demonstrate how Herrick's work is shadowed by an elegiac awareness of mortality and the fragility of beauty.


Lab Manual to Accompany Dc/ac Circuits And Electronics
Kevin Taylor
1401880401
Aug 2003
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Laboratory manual features exercises for use in an introductory course in DC and AC circuit analysis, where electronics are introduced. Perforated, three-hole punched.


Selection from the Lyrical Poems of Robert Herrick
Robert Herrick
1419103199
June 2004
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I Sing Of May-poles, Hock-carts, Wassails, Wakes, Of Bride-grooms, Brides, And Of Their Bridal-cakes. I Write Of Youth, Of Love;--and Have Access By These, To Sing Of Cleanly Wantonness; I Sing Of Dews, Of Rains, And, Piece By Piece, Of Balm, Of Oil, Of Spice, And Ambergris.

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I Sing Of May-poles, Hock-carts, Wassails, Wakes, Of Bride-grooms, Brides, And Of Their Bridal-cakes. I Write Of Youth, Of Love;--and Have Access By These, To Sing Of Cleanly Wantonness; I Sing Of Dews, Of Rains, And, Piece By Piece, Of Balm, Of Oil, Of Spice, And Ambergris.


The World Decision
Robert Herrick
1414222300
Dec 2004
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The whole conscious world has had the manifestations of the new barbarism before its eyes for an entire year and more. It has recoiled in disgust from the invasion of Belgium, the sinking of the Lusitania, the shooting of Edith Cavell, from the wanton destruction of monuments. All these barbarities are indisputable facts, which may be explained and extenuated, but cannot be denied. There is another class of barbarities,--the so-called "atrocities,"--which are more easily denied, but which most people who have taken the trouble to examine the charges know to be equally true. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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The whole conscious world has had the manifestations of the new barbarism before its eyes for an entire year and more. It has...


They Were Defeated
Rose Macaulay
1842125222
October 2002
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Real 17th-century poets (including Robert Herrick) mingle with fictional characters in a tragic and beautiful historical novel by award-winning author, Rose Macaulay. She paints a vivid portrait of one of England's most turbulent periods.


Ceremony and Community from Herbert to Milton: Literature, Religion, and Cultural Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England
Achsah Guibbory
0521593557
January 1998
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'... painstaking research into religious controversy.' The Times Literary Supplement

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"In this well-written and informative book, the author brings together cultural history, the history of religion, and formalist literary analysis to show how imaginative literature functioned in this conflict. A good choice for graduate and research collections supporting studies of 17th-century religious literature." Choice

"...Guibbory is able to enter sympathetically into these several spiritualities while maintaining an appropriate critical perspective and an unostentatious professionalism." R.D. Stock, Christianity & Literature

"Achsah Guibbory's focused and cogently argued Ceremony and Community from Herbert to Milton: Literature, Religion and Cultural Conflict in...



Clark's Field
Robert Herrick
141792652X
June 2004
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1914. Herrick wrote realistic social novels about the conflict between professional and personal values in American capitalistic society. Clark's Field begins: The other day I happened to be in the town where I was born and not far from the commonplace house in the humbler quarter of the town where my parents were living at the time of my birth, half a century and more ago. I am not fond of my native town, although I lived in the place until I was seventeen or eighteen years old. It was never a distinguished spot and seems to have gained nothing as yet from having been my birthplace. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.


Together
Robert Herrick
1417927976
July 2004
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1908. Herrick wrote realistic social novels about the conflict between professional and personal values in American capitalistic society. Together begins: She stood before the minister who was to marry them, very tall and straight. With lips slightly parted she looked at him steadfastly, not at the man beside her who was about to become her husband. Her father, with a last gentle pressure of her arm, had taken his place behind her. In the hush that had fallen throughout the little chapel, all the restless movement of the people who had gathered there this war June morning was stilled, in the expectation of those ancient words that would unite the two before the altar. Through the open window behind the altar a spray of young woodbine had thrust its juicy green leaves and swayed slowly in the air, which was heavy with...


Chimes
Robert Herrick
0781212812
May 1988
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The Web of Life
Robert Herrick
1417938390
July 2004
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1900. Herrick wrote realistic social novels about the conflict between professional and personal values in American capitalistic society. The Web of Life begins: The young surgeon examined the man as he lay on the hospital chair in which ward attendants had left him. The surgeon's fingers touched him deftly, here and there, as if to test the endurance of the flesh he had to deal with. The head nurse followed his swift movements, wearily moving an incandescent light hither and thither, observing the surgeon with languid interest. Another nurse, much younger, without the black band, watched the surgeon from the foot of the cot. Beads of perspiration chased themselves down her pale face, caused less by sympathy than by sheer weariness and heat. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.


Conscript's Mother
Robert Herrick
0781212766
May 1988
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