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The Tribune Primer. Culture’s Garland. A Little Book of Western Verse. Echoes from the Sabine Farm. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac. A most amusing newspaper paragrapher, a writer of peculiar charm in both prose and verse, Field was probably a more cultivated man than any other professional American humorist.   This volume opens with a List of Books useful to, the Student of Cicero and some account of various editions, mostly German, of the works. of Cicero. The Introduction is based on Halm. The English editor has further illustrated the work by additions drawn, for the most part, (1) from the ancient authorities; (2) from his own private marginal references, and from .

  This extensively revised anthology makes available the most important poetry and prose from the period between the accession of Henry VIII in and the English Revolution of Responding to the broadening of the canon in recent years, it balances the work of familiar Renaissance figures with important texts by women writers, supported by helpful introductions Author: John C. Hunter. FRENCH LITERATURE. Literature proper began to be cultivated in France, in the vernacular, during the loth and 11th centuries. The earliest writings are cantilenae, or songs in the vulgar language (e.g., on St. Eulalia), a Life of St. Leger and a Life of St. Alexis (perhaps about ), but the first real monu ment of French Literature is the Chanson de Roland, which re mains the .

Humorous Readings and Recitations, in Prose and Verse (English) (as Editor) Names: and Their Meaning; A Book for the Curious (English) (as Author) Wagner, Madge Morris, Morris, Madge; Debris Selections from Poems (English) (as Author) Wagner, Piet C. (Pieter Cornelis), . The commonest stanza is a quatrain consisting of four heptasyllabic lines with the rhyme at the end of the couplet. In my renderings I have made no attempt at either rhythm or rhyme; but I have printed the stanzas so as to show the structure of the poem. For merely practical reasons I have, in some cases, printed them in the form of couplets, in others in that of verse-lines.


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