2 edition of edition of the poems and letters of Katherine Philips, 1632-1664 found in the catalog.
edition of the poems and letters of Katherine Philips, 1632-1664
Written in English
|Statement||Patrick H.B. Thomas.|
|Contributions||Philips, Katherine, 1631-1664.|
|LC Classifications||PR3619.P4 Z85 1982a|
|The Physical Object|
"To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship'', by Katherine Philips (—) From Dialogues on the Arcana of Love and Venus by Luisa Sigea Toletana (—78), by Nicolas Chorier (—) "Parting with Lucasia: A Song''; "Orinda to Lucasia''Brand: Terry Castle. With the exception of the last one written to a certain "Mrs. Hooker," the letters, approximately in number, are all from Louise Imogen Guiney to J. R. (John Ramsden) Tutin (). They were written between and Tutin published such books as Thomas Stanley and the Selected Poems of Katherine Philips, to which Guiney contributed.
Absalom and Achitophel: A Poem () To the Memory of Mr. Oldham () To the Pious Memory of the Accomplished Young LADY Mrs. Anne Killigrew () An ODE A Song for St. Cecilia¿s Day () from Fables Ancient and Modern () Pygmalion and the Statue Katherine Philips () from Poems by the most deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine. KATHERINE PHILIPS () ' Friendship's Mysteries, to My Dearest Lucasia To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship On the Death of My First and Dearest Child, Hector Philips To Sir Amorous La Fool A Married State ,. MARY ROWLANDSON (c. ) ' ,- A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. MaryFile Size: KB.
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The first scholarly volume devoted solely to Philips, The Noble Flame of Katherine Philips: A Poetics of Culture, Politics, and Friendship, was published inand a three-volume edition of her poems, letters, and other publications, edited by Paula Loscocco, was released in Much recent scholarship on Philips has focused on the means.
Katherine or Catherine Philips (1 January /2 – 22 June ), also known as "The Matchless Orinda", was an Anglo-Welsh royalist poet, translator, and woman of achieved renown as a translator of Pierre Corneille's Pompée and Horace, and for her editions of poetry after her was highly regarded by many writers of 17th century literature, including John Dryden and John.
In a pirated edition of seventy-four poems was printed; Katherine Philips anathematized this book and succeeded in suppressing it. She died of smallpox in this year.
Three years later her friend, Sir Charles Cotterell, commemorated her in a book of poems and two plays, which included her unfinished translation of Corneille's Horace. Copy in: A folio volume of 74 poems by Katherine Philips (not in chronological order, but relating in large part to PsK Δ 1), the latest poem dated October (p.
), written throughout in the hand of her friend (the ‘noble Silvander’) Sir Edward Dering, second Baronet (), two further poems 1632-1664 book pp. ) represented by titles. In “The Sapphic-Platonics of Katherine Philips, ” Harriette Andreadis Source: Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Soci no.
1 (autumn ): Ms Andreadis, in this essay nicely gives a view of Orinda’s live (and Loves) in relation to her writing by. Katherine Philips – (Born Katherine Fowler; also wrote under pseudonym Orinda) English poet and translator.
Although Philips was hailed by her contemporaries as a "model" woman poet and. Katherine Philips, (The Matchless Orinda) (Londra, 1º gennaio – Londra, 22 giugno ), è stata una poetessa, letterata e traduttrice produzione poetica traeva ispirazione dall'amore, dal matrimonio, dalle relazioni amorose in genere, anche tra lo stesso sesso, suscitando interesse e scandalo per le sue teorizzazioni sull'amore – ancorché platonico - tra donne.
Get this from a library. Katherine Philips (/): printed letters [Paula Loscocco;]. Get this from a library. Katherine Philips (/): printed publications [Katherine Philips; Paula Loscocco].
| Ashgate Pub Co, April 1,cover price $ | About this edition: Katherine Philips was a major seventeenth-century poet and playwright who became widely known for her innovative use of Donnean poetics to express passionate female friendship, her occasional verses on private friends and public figures, and her moral and.
"Letters by the Late Celebrated Mrs. Katherine Philips." Familiar Letters. Written by the Right Andreadis, Harriette.
"The Sapphic-Platonics of Katherine Philips, " Signs: Journal of Women Tinker, Nathan P. "John Grismond: Printer of the Unauthorized Edition of Katherine Philips's Poems ()." English Language.
Today, I have seven books by Katherine Philips, A first pirated edition of the Poems, A first Authorized edition of the Poems, a fourth edition of the Poems and three copies of the first edition of the Letters.
One of her first publications, a commendatory poem to the edition of Cartwright's Poems. The Unauthorized First Edition Philips, Katherine, ; Poets, English - Early modern, - Correspondence.; Philips, Katherine, Katherine Philips (/) / selected and introduced by Paula Loscocco.
“The Sapphic-Platonics of Katherine Philips, ” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society —. “Making a Good Impression: Early Texts of Poems and Letters by Katherine Philips, the ‘Matchless Orinda’.” South Central Review Printer of the Unauthorized Edition of Katherine Philips’s Poems. Patrick H.B.
Thomas, An Edition of the Poems and Letters of Katherine Philips, (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, 3 vols, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, ). Thomas () Patrick Thomas, Katherine Philips (‘Orinda’) (‘Writers of Wales’, University of Wales Press, ).
Katherine Philips (–) from Poems by the most deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the matchless Orinda () Friendship Friendship’s Mystery, To my dearest Lucasia Epitaph On her Son H.
at St. Syth’s Church where her body also lies Interred The Virgin Katherine Philips (1 January - 22 June ) was an Anglo-Welsh poet who wrote under the pen name Orinda. Philips was the first Englishwoman to enjoy widespread public acclaim as a poet during her lifetime. Philips was born Katherine Fowler, the daughter of John Fowler, a merchant of Bucklersbury, in the city of London, and his wife Katherine, third daughter of Dr.
John Oxenbridge. She. Katherine Philips () is best known today for some poems she wrote on a variety of topics. Most popular among modern readers are a series of wonderful friendship poems, many of which Philips addressed to women whose sobriquets she took from literary texts popular in her own time–names such as Lucasia, Rosania, and Ardelia.
Tinker, Nathan P., ‘John Grismond: Printer of the Unauthorized Edition of Katherine Philips’s Poems ()’, English Language Notes, (), 30 –35 Voitle, Robert, The Third Earl of Shaftesbury, – (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, )Cited by: 7.
This edition;, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Poems: By the most deservedly Admired Mrs Katherine Philips: The matchless Orinda. To which is added Monsieur Corneille's Pompey & Horace Tragedies. With several other Translations out of French.
[electronic resource]. Philips, Katherine. Abstract. This article presents a new manuscript containing previously unknown witnesses to seven poems by Katherine Philips. In the s Robert Mathewes, a young gentleman from rural Shropshire, kept a commonplace book, now held at Staffordshire Record Office, into which he entered a small but varied selection of Philips’s by: 1.Titled “No blooming youth” and “A marry d state,” they were first attributed to Orinda by Thomas in (“An Edition of the Poems and Letters of Katherine Philips, –,” diss.
U of Wales (Aberystwyth], III, –48), and published by Limbert in English Literary Renaissance in. Margaret Cavendish and Katherine Philips both wrote across a range of genres and achieved considerable success in their day. Tamara Tubb explores their different approaches to the difficulties of being a 17th-century female writer: Philips created a reserved and modest literary persona, presenting herself as the ideal woman of the time, while Cavendish openly challenged literary and .