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John Clare (1793-1864) was an English poet, in his time commonly . The Later Poems of John Clare, ed. Eric Robinson and David Powell, 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984).
John Clare (1793-1864) was an English poet, in his time commonly known as "the Northamptonshire Peasant Poet", the son of a farm labourer, born at Helpston near Peterborough. Eric Robinson is at University of Massachusetts. David Powell is at Nene College, Northampton. Oxford English Texts set of the complete poems of Clare are as follows: The Early Poems of John Clare, ed. Needless to say, all of these volumes are as overpriced and wretchedly produced as was the first volume.
Oxford University Press, 1984, 8vos. spine labels, pockets, stamps, ow VG $. Bookseller Inventory 78339. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Later Poems of John Clare 1837-1864 Two. Publisher: Oxford University Press, Publication Date: 1984. List this Seller's Books.
Enclosure and Taxonomy in John Clare. Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. Vol. 4, No. 4, The Nineteenth Century (Autumn, 2000) p. 635- 657.
London: Henry Frowde, 1908. Selected Poems or Prose of John Clare. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. Morton, Timothy. John Clare’s Dark Ecology. Studies in Romanticism. 47, No. 2 (Summer 2008) p. 179-193. The Works of John Ruskin. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn.
The Later Poems of John Clare, 1837-1864.
6 quotes from The Later Poems, 1837-1864: Volumes I and II: ‘I found the poems in the fields,And only wrote them . For Nature's voice is never loud; I seek for quiet joys. The book I love is everywhere, And not in idle words; The book I love is known to all, And better lore affords.
6 quotes from The Later Poems, 1837-1864: Volumes I and II: ‘I found the poems in the fields,And only wrote them down. John Clare, The Later Poems, 1837-1864: Volumes I and II. tags: nature, noise, poetry, solitude. I wish I was what I have been And what I was could be As when I roved in shadows green And loved my willow tree. To gaze upon the starry sky And higher fancies build And make in solitary joy Loves temple in the field ― John Clare, The Later Poems, 1837-1864: Volumes I and II.
John Clare, Eric Robinson, David Powell. For the first time all Clare's early poems are brought together with all known variants, and with Clare's characteristic vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and punctuation preserved. Through this collection, ranging from juvenilia to the published poems that first established his reputation with Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery and The Village Minstrel, it becomes clear how many more poems Clare composed in these early years than have previously seen the light of day.
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The Later Poems of John Clare, 1837–1864. Ed. E. Robinson and D. Powell. Clare, John (1793-1864). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984. Birth Date: July 13, 1793. Death Date: May 20, 1864. Nationality: English. Family Relations: father : Parker Clare. wife : Martha Clare (from 16 Mar. 1820).
The Wood Is Sweet: Poems for Young Readers, Bodley Head (London, England), 1966. Author of elegy) Rigby Graham, The Pickworth Fragment (a print sequence with accompanying text), Brewhouse Press (Wymondham, England), 1966.
Even the final Oxford English Texts volume, published in 2003, which contains consolidated indexes of titles and . Later Poems (1984) The Later Poems of John Clare 1837-1864, ed. by Eric Robinson and David Powell (Oxford, 2 volumes, I-II, 1984).
Later Poems (1984) The Later Poems of John Clare 1837-1864, ed. Letters The Letters of John Clare, ed. by Mark Storey (1985).