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  • 141Auzias March —     Auzias March     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Auzias March     A Catalan poet, b. perhaps in the last quarter of the fourteenth century, at Valencia; d. there in 1458. He is the greatest lyric poet of the older period of Catalan literature, and… …

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  • 142Biblical Exegesis —     Biblical Exegesis     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Biblical Exegesis     Exegesis is the branch of theology which investigates and expresses the true sense of Sacred Scripture.     The exegete does not inquire which books constitute Sacred… …

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  • 143Jesus myth theory — The Resurrection of Christ by Noel Coypel (1700). Jesus myth theorists see this as one of a number of stories about dying and rising gods. Description The …

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  • 144Layamon's Brut — (ca. 1190 1215), also known as The Chronicle of Britain, is a Middle English poem compiled and recast by the English priest Layamon. The Brut is 16,095 lines long and narrates the history of Britain: it is the first historiography written in… …

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  • 145Cornelius Arnold — (1711 1757?), was a poetical writer. Arnold was born 13 March 1711, and entered Merchant Taylors School in 1723. The statement that he became one of the ushers in the school is incorrect. In the latter part of his life he was beadle to the… …

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  • 146Ode: Intimations of Immortality — For the musical work by Gerald Finzi, see Intimations of Immortality. Poem s title page from 1815 collection of Poems Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood (also known as Ode, Immortality Ode or Great Ode) is a… …

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  • 147Anexo:Bibliografía de Mary Shelley — Richard Rothwell, Mary Shelley, (1839 40). La presente es una lista de obras de Mary Shelley. La siguiente lista ha sido obtenida de la obra de W. H. Lyles s Mary Shelley: An Annotated Bibliography y de Mary Shelley s Literary Lives and Other… …

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  • 148Catherine Trotter Cockburn — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Trotter et Cockburn. Catherine Cockburn Catherine Trotter Cockburn, née Trotter le 16 août 1679 et morte le 11 ma …

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  • 149Ode à un rossignol — Traduction à relire …

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  • 150Juvenile Works: Poetry —    HPL’s earliest surviving work is a poem: “The Poem of Ulysses: Written for Young People.” The extant manuscript is labeled a “second edition” and dated to November 8, 1897; the first edition presumably dates prior to August 20, 1897, since HPL …

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  • 151μυθολογικώτερον — μῡθολογικώτερον , μυθολογικός poetical adverbial comp μῡθολογικώτερον , μυθολογικός poetical masc acc comp sg μῡθολογικώτερον , μυθολογικός poetical neut nom/voc/acc comp sg …

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  • 152Davison, Francis and Walter — (?1575 ?1619)    • Francis, the elder brother, ?1575 1619 Son of William Davison, secretary of state to Queen Elizabeth, who was Elizabeth s scapegoat in the matter of the execution of Mary Queen of Scots. In 1593, Davison was admitted as a… …

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  • 153Procter, Bryan Waller and Adelaide Anne — (1787 1874)    • Bryan Waller (pseudonym, Barry Cornwall), the father, 1787 1874    Born at Leeds, Yorkshire, he was educated at Harrow School, then trained as a solicitor. He practiced law in London, acquiring a large and prosperous practice… …

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  • 154Watts, Alaric Alexander — (1797 1864)    Born in London, he was a tutor to several families until 1818, when he returned to London to become sub editor of New Monthly Magazine. His Borrowings of Byron in the Literary Gazette in 1821 led to his being appointed as editor of …

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  • 155poet. — 1. poetic. 2. poetical. 3. poetry. * * * po|et «POH iht», noun. 1. a person who writes poems. Longfellow and Scott were poets. SYNONYM(S): bard. 2. a person who has great ability to feel and express beauty. ╂[< Latin poēta < Greek poēt …

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  • 156HEBREW LANGUAGE — This entry is arranged according to the following scheme: pre biblical biblical the dead sea scrolls mishnaic medieval modern period A detailed table of contents precedes each section. PRE BIBLICAL nature of the evidence the sources phonology… …

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  • 157JUDAH HALEVI — (before 1075–1141), Hebrew poet, philosopher, and physician. Halevi was one of the most distinguished and emblematic medieval intellectuals, perhaps the most mature and representative model of Jewish culture in al Andalus; he was deeply involved… …

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  • 158POLISH LITERATURE — Biblical and Hebraic Influences Translations of the Bible played an important part in the development of Polish as a literary language. From the early 14th century onward, the Old Testament – particularly the Psalms – provided a major source of… …

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  • 159mavis — Song Song (s[o^]ng; 115), n. [AS. song, sang, fr. singan to sing; akin to D. zang, G. sang, Icel. s[ o]ngr, Goth. saggws. See {Sing}.] 1. That which is sung or uttered with musical modulations of the voice, whether of a human being or of a bird,… …

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  • 160Melospiza fasciata — Song Song (s[o^]ng; 115), n. [AS. song, sang, fr. singan to sing; akin to D. zang, G. sang, Icel. s[ o]ngr, Goth. saggws. See {Sing}.] 1. That which is sung or uttered with musical modulations of the voice, whether of a human being or of a bird,… …

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