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Occasional attempts in verse. By W. C

William Cockin

Occasional attempts in verse. By W. C

by William Cockin

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Published by Printed only for the writer"s particular acquaintance (by W. Pennington of Kendal) in [Kendal] .
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Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 2743, no. 9.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxv,[1],127,[1]p.
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17011948M

  What is light verse? The term first appeared in a book title in , (1) with Anthony C. Deane's A Little Book of Light Verse, and it gained in popularity later in the twentieth century, appearing in the titles of well-known Oxford University Press collections edited by W. H. Auden () and Kingsley Amis (), as well as American collections from William Harmon () and Russell Baker. "In the drana the verse is for the most part a secondary feature, inasmudi äs the dramatist wishes ordinarily to get an Illusion of lire or of reality, and therefore subordinates or modifies his verie to suit dramatic necessities."4) Non-dramatic blank vers«,) See, for example, W. J. Courthope, A History of English Poety III, ff., and.

Matthew It may seem strange that Jesus passes so quickly from peacemaking in the previous beatitude to persecution—from the work of reconciliation to the experience of hostility. But we come to learn from life's experiences following conversion that, however hard we try to live peacefully or to make peace through reconciliation, some refuse to live at peace with us. The Bay Psalm Book, as it came to be called, was the first book published on American soil, and passed through twenty-seven editions between and , when it was superseded by John Barnard’s New Version of the Psalms of David. It surpasses even Sternhold and Hopkins in uncouthness, and as a monument of bad taste has furnished an easy.

  Yet what has been mentioned is all–if we except the occasional introduction of some pedagogue-ism, such as this borrowed from the Greek Prosodies: "When a syllable is wanting the verse is said to be catalectic; when the measure is exact, the line is acatalectic; when there is a redundant syllable, it forms hypermeter.".   Here is an excerpt from the book, on building bridges: “No 3 fouder there is plenty of Complant of the diffulty of pasing those briges Now as it is troue if those giddy people have Liberty to bould A brigg it wont pay but three or four per sent at most then they must have one halfe the passing of my brigg as I call it A mad bisness” (from.


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