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Robert Southwell, S.J.
Taylor, Ida A.
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Inscribed (f. 31v) ‘Henry Gould his Book ’. Compiled in part by one Henry Gould (c).Other scribbling in the volume includes names of Robert Carter, John and Peggy Marriot, Thomas and John Allsopp (), George and Thomas Swindell, Richard Fowles, and George and Catherine Bindale, as well as an acrostic on Mrs Anne Boulton, and, on the first page, the inscription ‘Mend the play. Robert Southwell (c. – 21 February ), also Saint Robert Southwell, was an English Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit Order. He was also a poet and clandestine missionary in post-Reformation England. After being arrested and brutally tortured by Sir Richard Topcliffe, Father Southwell was tried and convicted of high treason for his links to the Holy See.
the complete poems of. robert southwell. s.j. for the first time fully collected and collated with the original and early editions and mss. and enlarged with hitherto unprinted and inedited poems from mss. at stonyhurst college, lancashire, and original illustrations and facsimiles in the quarto form. edited, with memorial-introduction and notes. Robert Persons. Please help support Before long, he went abroad, and was reconciled, probably by Father William Good, S.J., and after a year spent in travel and study, he became a Jesuit at Rome (3 July, ). The book was a manifesto of his party, and though declining the authorship, he always defended its principle, which was the.
Blessed Robert Southwell, s. J.," is a good piece of histori cal research, having reference to an unpublished portion of the Life of the Countess'e Arundel for whom Southwell was 8. private chaplain at the time of his capture. From the literary viewpoint, a valuable article is Mario Praz. 1. s "Robert Southwell. 1. English: Identifier: completepoemsofr00sout (find matches) Title: The Complete poems of Robert Southwell, S.J.: for the first time fully collected and collated with the original and early editions and mss. Year: Authors: Southwell, Robert, Saint, ? Subjects: Southwell, Robert, Saint, ? Christian poetry, English English poetry.
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Robert Southwell, a poet and prose writer of William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson‘s generation, spent his adolescence and early manhood in Italy.
His brief literary career flourished during the years when he was an underground Jesuit priest in Protestant England. It is agreed that Southwell brought with him from Italy the themes and the aesthetics of militant Counter-Reformation piety. Robert Southwell was born at Horsham St. Faith's, Norfolk, England, in ; hanged at Tyburn, 21 February, His grandfather, Sir Richard Southwell, had been a wealthy man and a prominent courtier in the reign of Henry VIII.
 The Poems of Robert Southwell, S.J. James H, McDonald and Nancy Pollard Brown. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Digitally reprinted I thought I was buying a second hand copy of the edition, but a digitized copy from arrived in pristine condition. I am pleased with my purchase.5/5(1).
St. Peter's complaint, and other poems, by the Rev. Robert Southwell, reprinted from the edition ofwith important additions from an original of the author's life, by W. Jos. Walter. Saint Robert Southwell, SJ (. - ) Poet, priest, and martyr. Thrown into the Tower of London for being a Catholic priest during the dark period when Catholicism was outlawed in England, he was tortured thirteen times and finally executed (hung, drawn, /5.
Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Southwell, Robert, Saint. Poems of Robert Southwell, S.J. Oxford, Clarendon P., ROBERT SOUTHWELL, English Jesuit and poet, son of Richard Southwell of Horsham St Faith's, Norfolk, was born in / The Southwells were affiliated with many noble English families, and Robert's grandmother, Elizabeth Shelley, figures in the genealogy of Shelley the poet.
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Robert Southwell (c. – 21 February ), also Saint Robert Southwell, was an English Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit was also a poet and clandestine missionary in post-Reformation England. After being arrested and imprisoned inand intermittently tortured and questioned by Richard Topcliffe, Southwell eventually was tried and convicted of high treason for his links.
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The poems of Robert Southwell, S.J by Robert Southwell,Clarendon P. edition, in EnglishPages: Southwell's Sphere The Influence of England's Secret Poet Bouchard, Gary M. Once feared by Queen Elizabeth I and admired by William Shakespeare, Robert Southwell, s.j.
(–), clings today to a thinning canonical presence in English literature among a sphere of other writers incongruously called the metaphysical poets. Free Online Library: "Such Fire Is Love": the Bernardine poetry of St.
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The Poems of Robert Southwell, S.J. James H. McDonald and Nancy Pollard Brown (eds) Publisher: Oxford University Press. Robert Southwell. Peeter Playnt; James H. McDonald and Nancy Pollard Brown (eds), The Poems of Robert Southwell, S.J.
Contents. Close section Front Matter Further; PREFACE; REFERENCES AND ABBREVIATIONS; GENERAL INTRODUCTION; TEXTUAL INTRODUCTION; LIST OF SIGLA; Close section The Poems.
Author of The Complete Poems of Robert Southwell S.J., S. Peters complaint, and Saint Mary Magdalens funerall teares, A fovre-fovld meditation, of the foure last things, The book of Robert Southwell, priest, poet, prisoner, Archaica Pt III.
Containing The Triumphs Over Death, A foure-fould meditation, of the foure last things, An humble supplication to Her Maiestie, The Poetical Works Of. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: The complete poems of Robert Southwell, S.J.
for the first time fully collected and collated with the original and early editions and mss. Saint Robert Southwell (.
- 21 February ) was an English poet and priest who worked as a missionary in post-Reformation England. He was hanged, drawn and quartered, and became a Catholic martyr.
Southwell, born at Horsham St. Faith's, Norfolk, of good Roman Catholic family, was educated at Douay, Paris, and Rome, became a Jesuit, and showed such learning and ability as to be appointed. Next month, from St. Augustine's Press: Southwell's Sphere: The Influence of England's Secret Poet by Dr.
Gary Bouchard: Once feared by Queen Elizabeth I and admired by William Shakespeare, Robert Southwell, s.j. (–), clings today to a thinning canonical presence in English literature among a sphere of other writers incongruously called the metaphysical poets.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. The complete poems of Robert Southwell S.J.: for the first time Southwell, Robert, Saint. View full catalog. His book, Robert Southwell, S.J., and the Mission of Literature Writing Reconciliation, was published by Ashgate Press.
He has received numerous awards for teaching, service and scholarship, including the John Carroll Award from Georgetown University for lifetime achievement, the highest honor bestowed by the Georgetown University.Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives; FAQ; Search.
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View More View Less. Online Publication Date: ROBERT SOUTHWELL, S. J.: ENGLAND'S FIRST METAPHYSICAL.Robert Southwell’s life and death were remarkable and literary criticism has been as fascinated by his personal narrative as by his poetic output. 1 His public execution as a traitor, which moved even its contemporary Protestant audience, 2 played a major role in attracting Catholic as well as Protestant interest in the priest’s poetic work.
The rapidity with which editions of Southwell.