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poetical works of Nicholas Rowe

Nicholas Rowe

poetical works of Nicholas Rowe

with the life of the author.

by Nicholas Rowe

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Published by Printed for C. Cooke ... in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination138, iv p., [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages138
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Open LibraryOL19719705M

Poetical Works Of Christopher Anstey With Life Writings Illustrated First: Price: £ A relatively scarce edition of The Poetical Works of Christopher Anstey with a portrait of Anstey to frontispiece and engraved plates throughout. With an account of the author's life and works by his son, John Anstey. First edition. Christopher. With the life of the author. by: Rowe, Nicholas, Published: () The young gentleman and lady's poetical preceptor being a collection of the most admired poetry: selected from the best authors.

The Works of William Shakspeare, Comprising His Dramatic and Poetical Works, Complete: Accurately Printed from the Text of the Corrected Copy Left by the Late George Stevens, Esq. with a Glossary and Notes and a Memoir, with Steel Illustrations, Complete in One Volume. Shakspeare, William; Stevens, George; Chalmers, Alexander. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryTThe editor's dedication signed: Ch. Beckingham. Also issued as part of 'The poetical works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq;' London, Sigs.F2 and F3 are cancels. With a final advertisement : printed for E. Curll,

Nicholas Rowe attended Westminster School before entering the Middle Temple in ; he abandoned the law to become a successful tragic playwright. In Rowe edited the first critical edition of Shakespeare's works. A friend of Addison, John Hughes, and Pope, he succeeded Nahum Tate as Poet Laureate in Nicholas Rowe (20 June – 6 December ), English dramatist, poet and miscellaneous writer, was appointed Poet Laureate in The Ambitious Stepmother, Rowe's first play, produced in at Lincoln’s Inn Fields by Thomas Betterton and set in Persepolis, was called and was well received.[12] This was followed in by Tamerlane.


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by N. Rowe; A poem upon the late glorious successes of Her Majesty's arms; Ode for the new year MDCCXVI With this is bound Quillet, Claude.

Rowe, Nicholas. & Pythagoras.The poetical works of Nicholas Rowe, esq; Late Servant to his Majesty Printed for J. Tonson, E. Curll, T. Jauncy, A. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, R. Cruttenden, T.

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Original plays The Ambitious Stepmother () Tamerlane () The Biter () Ulysses () The Royal Convert () The Tragedy of Jane Shore () Lady Jane Grey ()Alma mater: Westminster School.

"The Poetical Works of Samuel Johnson" and "The Poetical Works of Nicholas Rowe" in one volume, and featuring three engraved plates.

"The Poetical Works of Thomas Tickell", "The Poetical Works of James Hammond", and "The Poems of Dr. Thomas Sprat" in. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of The Tragedy of Jane Shore, Lady Jane Grey, The fair penitent, Tamerlane, The ambitious step-mother, The fair penitent. Nicholas Rowe - 61 works by Nicholas Rowe 81 editions - first published in Read.

The Poetical works of Nicholas Rowe () The Poems of Rowe and Tickell () Ulysses, a tragedy, as written by N. Rowe, and performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Rowe, Nicholas (–), poet and playwright, was born in the house of his maternal grandfather, Jasper Edwards, at Little Barford, Bedfordshire, on 20 June and was baptized there on 30 June, the son of John Rowe (–) and Elizabeth (d.

), daughter of Jasper Rowe family was long settled at Lamerton, Devon, and an ancestor is reputed to have been distinguished. The poetical works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq., late servant to His Majesty. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Nicholas Rowe books online.

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[Rowe's] version of Lucan is one of the greatest productions of English poetry; for there is, perhaps, none that so completely exhibits the genius and spirit of the original.

Lucan is distinguished by a kind of dictatorial or philosophick dignity, rather, as Quintilian observes, declamatory than poetical; full of ambitious morality and pointed. The Poetical Works of NICHOLAS ROWE Vol III of 4.

With The Life of The Author by Samuel Johnson. in The Poets of Great Britain in One Hundred and Twenty-Four Volumes Series. (Poems.).

Nicholas Rowe, English dramatist, poet and miscellaneous writer, was selected Poet Laureate in He is best known as the editor of the First Collected Edition of Shakespeare's Works (Jacob Tonson, 6 vols.

) which provided the basis for all subsequent editions. However, it is unfortunate that he based his text on the corrupt Fourth Folio.The poetical and dramatic works of Sir Charles Sedley.

Collected and edited from the old editions. With a pref. on the text, explanatory and textual notes, an appendix containing works of doubtful authenticity, and a bibliography, by V. de Sola Pinto.This play by Nicholas Rowe takes place at the English court and tells the tragic story of Edward IV's former mistress Jane Shore.

Her property has been confiscated from her at the beginning of the play; nothing worse happens because the Duke of Glouster feels bad for her and is touched by her beauty/5(5).