2 edition of Owen"s epigrams & other echoes of Paris found in the catalog.
Owen"s epigrams & other echoes of Paris
Mary Kent (Davey) Babcock
|Statement||by Mary Kent Davey (Mrs. Samuel G. Babcock)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p., 1 l. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
This cannot be said of the other Epigram (VIII, 77) printed on the same page. It is a gem of translation, rendering the spirit as well as the sense of the original. 10 C. H. Herford and Percy Simpson, Ben Jonson, the Man and His Work (London, ), II, 11 Histriomnstix (, but revised in ) Act II, speech of Mavortius. 2 Epigram C. Translations of isolated epigrams of Owen occur in various collections. Harflete, Henry. A Banquet of Essayes, Fetcht out of Famous Owens Confectionary, Disht out, and serv’d up at the Table of Mecoenas. By Henry Harflete, sometime of Grayes-Inne, Gent. (Essays on Ep. 1, 2, with a trans. of that Epigram.) German.
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John Owen (c. – c. /) was a Welsh epigrammatist, most known for his Latin epigrams, collected in his Epigrammata. He is also cited by various Latinizations including Ioannes Owen, Joannes Oweni, Ovenus and Audoenus. John Owen's Latine epigrams Englished by Tho.
Harvey, Gent. ; dedicated by the author Mr. John Owen unto the Lady Mary Nevil, daughter of the Earl of Dorset. Owen, John, ?, Harvey, Thomas. PARIS ECHO brings together two unlikely characters who become friends, Tariq, a nineteen-year-old man from Tangiers who impulsively moves to Paris to learn more about his long-dead mother, who was born there, and Hannah, a repressed, hurt-by-love American historian in her 30s researching the lives of Parisian women during the Nazi Occupation of /5(38).
There are epigrams on Winchester college, the university of Oxford, Christ Church, the Bodleian library, Saville’s edition of Chrysostom, Holland’s translation of Pliny, Sidney’s Arcadia, Overbury’s Perfect Wife, Joseph Hall’s Meditations and other literary topics.
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I start with the second of these two epigrams by Posidippus. As I interpret it, Epigram 55 pictures those happy times long ago when a girl named Nikomakhe would be partying all night with her girl-friends while singing and listening to the love songs of Sappho.
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That is what I argued already in my posting for But the reference to Sappho in that epigram is even more complex than I had said in that posting. In that posting (at n8), as also in an earlier piece I had published (Nagylisted in my.
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Such epigrams as ''Under the paving stones, the beach'' and ''Work is the blackmail of survival'' dangle from Plexiglas panels or are splashed, white. Venantius Fortunatus, poet and bishop of Poitiers, whose Latin poems and hymns combine echoes of classical Latin poets with a medieval tone, making him an important transitional figure between the ancient and medieval periods.
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