Henry Vaughan

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Oxford University Press, 1995 - 227 páginas
One of the most important of the seventeenth-century Metaphysical Poets, Henry Vaughan is interesting not only for his own work, but for his imaginative use of the style of his predecessor, George Herbert. This collection presents the complete text of Silex Scitillans, including material in both the 1650 and 1655 editions, and is the only edition of selected poems available.

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Day of Judgement
9
Isaacs Marriage
15
Distraction
21
The Retreat
27
Midnight
29
The Relapse
42
Idle Verse
56
Dressing
66
POEMS AND PREFATORY MATTER
97
Vain wits and eyes
104
The Proffer III
111
The Jews
125
As time one day by me did pass
139
The Hidden Treasure
147
Psalm 65
160
Notes
174

The Mutiny
80
The Sap
88
Further Reading
226
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