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elegy written among the ruins of an abbey

by Jerningham Mr.

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Published by Dodsley in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the author of The nun.
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20425553M
OCLC/WorldCa13299333

Reading Abbey is a large, ruined abbey in the centre of the town of Reading, in the English county of was founded by Henry I in "for the salvation of my soul, and the souls of King William, my father, and of King William, my brother, and Queen Maud, my wife, and all my ancestors and successors."In its heyday the abbey was one of Europe's largest royal monasteries. Enchanting Ruin: Tintern Abbey & Romantic Tourism in Wales. Help; Search; Portfolios login; An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun. An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun View or Plate or Page Title page Publication Place London Publisher J. Dodsley Publication Date.

Enchanting Ruin: Tintern Abbey & Romantic Tourism in Wales. Help; Search; Portfolios login; An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun. An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun View or Plate or Page p. 11 Publication Place London Publisher J. Dodsley Publication Date. This selection of verse includes, among others, Thomas Gray's reflective and moving meditation on mortality, 'Elegy Written in a Country Church Yard', the soaring beauty of Wordsworth's lines on Tintern Abbey and Keats's ode to Autumn, the deceptively simple words of Emily Brontë and the personal and evocative verse of Thomas Hardy, bringing.

Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard is a poem by Thomas Gray, completed in and first published in [1] The poem’s origins are unknown, but it was partly inspired by Gray’s thoughts following the death of the poet Richard West in Originally titled Stanzas Wrote in a Country Church-Yard, the poem was completed when Gray was living near St Giles' parish church at Stoke Poges. Belonging to the family of a baronet, he moved in high society, having among his chief friends Lords Chesterfield, Harcourt, Carlisle, and Horace Walpole – who often referred to him as ‘the charming man’. He was also a friend of the Prince Regent, at whose request he arranged the library then kept at the Brighton Pavilion.


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In its determination to preserve the century of revolution An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jerningham, Mr. (Edward). Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey. London, Dodsley, An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey.

London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 14 p. Profiting by its success, Jerningham followed it up in successive years with other poems on the theme of nuns, in which the connection with Gray's work, though less close, was maintained in theme, form and emotional tone: The Magdalens: An Elegy (); The Nun: an elegy (); and “An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey” ( An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey: By the author of The nun.

By the author of the Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey. Yarico to Inkle: an epistle. By the author of the Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey.

An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun; p. 9 [View ]. Jerningham then followed it up in successive years with other poems on similar themes in which the connection with Gray's work, though less close, was maintained in theme, form and emotional tone: “The Magdalens: an elegy” (); “The Nun: an elegy” (); and “An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey” (), which is.

An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun London: J. Dodsley, Inspired by Gilpin’s Observations on the River Wye, Jerningham also wrote a separate sonnet on Tintern Abbey.

Jerningham then followed it up in successive years with other poems on similar themes in which the connection with Gray’s work, though less close, was maintained in theme, form and emotional tone: “The Magdalens: an elegy” (); [10] “The Nun: an elegy” (); [11] and “An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey” ( An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey.: By the author of The nun.

An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey: By the author of The nun. By. (Edward) Jerningham. Abstract. 14p. ; 4⁰.The author of The nun = Edward uction of original from the British h Short Title Catalog, ESTCTElectronic data.

Farmington Hills, Mich.: Thomson Gale, An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun; p. 5 [View ]. An Elegy written among the Ruins of an Abbey.

An Elegy written among the Ruins of an Abbey. By the author of The Nun. Edward Jerningham. TEXT BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEXES Edward Jerningham's third imitation of Gray's Elegy is one of the more striking eighteenth-century poems about ruined abbeys. It celebrates the destruction of the monastic orders by.

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Yarico to Inkle: an epistle. By the author of the Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey. [Jerningham, Mr.]. Elegy Writ­ten in a Coun­try Churchyard is a poem by Thomas Gray, com­pleted in and first pub­lished in The poem’s ori­gins are un­known, but it was partly in­spired by Gray’s thoughts fol­low­ing the death of the poet Richard West in Poem Earle, J Tinterne Abbey, unpublished, c Quoted in Thomas, Tintern Abbey Poem Gardner, Edmund Sonnet Written in Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, Quoted in Kennedy, Tintern Abbey Poem Jerningham, Edward An Elegy Written Among the Ruins of an Abbey, Tintern Abbey Poem Johnson, Ronald The Book of the Green Man Tintern.

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By the author of The Nun View or Plate or Page p. 4 Publication Place London Publisher J. Dodsley Publication Date."An Elegy Written among the Ruins of an Abbey" About Edward Jerningham ( ca. - ) at English Poetry, This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain, the Dictionary of National Biography (edited by Leslie Stephen).

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