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John Thorpe

(c. 1565–c.1655). English land-and building-surveyor, who also appears to have designed (though rarely supervised) buildings. He produced a book of plans (preserved in Sir John ...

Sassoon, Siegfried (Loraine)

Sassoon, Siegfried (Loraine) (1886–1967)   Reference library

John Press

The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry (2 ed.)

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2013

...includes seven poems from periodicals and thirteen from manuscripts. See also Collected Poems 1908–56 (Faber, 1961, 1984) ; Michael Thorpe , Siegfried Sassoon: A Critical Study (Oxford University Press 1961) ; Dame Felicity Corrigan , Siegfried Sassoon: A Poet’s Pilgrimage (Gollancz, 1973) ; and Jean Moorcroft Wilson ’s two-volume biography, Siegfried Sassoon: The Making of a War Poet (Taylor & Francis, 2005). John Press jp...

Blunden, Edmund

Blunden, Edmund (1896–1974)   Reference library

John Press

The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry (2 ed.)

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...poetry. His other major theme was the English countryside in which he was born and to which he returned after his wanderings. See Poems of Many Years , ed. Rupert Hart-Davis (Collins, 1957) ; The Poetry of Edmund Blunden , by Michael Thorpe (Bridge, 1971) ; Selected Poems , ed. Robyn Marsack (Carcanet, 1982). John Press jp...

Myth

Myth   Reference library

J. Nohrnberg

The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics (4 ed.)

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...Manheim (1955) ; Myth: A Symposium , ed. T. Sebeok (1958) ; D. Bush , Mythology and the Renaissance Tradition in English Poetry , new rev. ed. (1963) ; C. Lévi-Strauss , The Savage Mind (1966) ; N. Frye , “Literature and Myth,” Relations of Literary Study , ed. J. E. Thorpe (1967) ; Myth and Cosmos: Readings in Mythology and Symbolism , ed. J. Middleton (1967) ; D. Bush , Mythology and the Romantic Tradition in English Poetry , 2d ed. (1969) ; The Rise of Modern Mythology, 1680–1860 , ed. B. Feldman and R. D. Richardson (1972) ; F. M....

Imagination

Imagination   Reference library

J. Engell

The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics (4 ed.)

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... M. Wallace (1931) ; I. A. Richards , Coleridge on Imagination (1934) ; D. Bond , “‘Distrust of Imagination’ in English Neoclassicism,” PQ 14 (1935), and “Neoclassical Psychology of the Imagination,” ELH 4 (1937) ; R. G. Collingwood , Principles of Art (1938) ; C. D. Thorpe , The Aesthetic of Hobbes (1940) ; K. R. Wallace , Bacon on Communication and Rhetoric (1943) ; W. J. Bate , “Sympathetic Imagination in 18th-Century English Criticism,” ELH 12 (1945) ; W. J. Bate and J. Bullitt , “Distinctions between Fancy and Imagination,” MLN 60...

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