With facsimiles of original title pages.
|Statement||edited with an introduction and notes by Rhodes Dunlap.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxx, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
I was quite excited to see that there was a new edition of Thomas Carew's poems on the market. There's a very well done collection of cavalier verse that was recently put out. It's a Norton Critical Edition entitled Ben Jonson and the Cavalier Poets, released in that has a great selection. This book, however, is merely a reprint of an 1/5(1). Thomas Carew has 38 books on Goodreads with ratings. Thomas Carew’s most popular book is The New Penguin Book of Love Poetry. Thomas Carew poems, quotations and biography on Thomas Carew poet page. Read all poems of Thomas Carew and infos about Thomas Carew. Thomas Carew was the son of a well-connected official and was educated at Merton College, Oxford and the Middle Temple in London. Thomas Carew was the poetic arbiter elegantiae of the court of Charles I of England. He gave one last witty spin to the tradition of Petrarchan lyric, polishing and resetting the traditional conceits of love poetry for an increasingly sophisticated and aristocratic audience. Carew penned the most notorious erotic poem of the 17th century.
Poems by Thomas Carew. Thomas Carew (pronounced Carey) was educated at Oxford and studied law at the Inner Temple. He began his career as a diplomatic secretary, first of . Thomas Carew (pronounced Carey) ( - ?) was an English poet. He was the son of Sir Matthew Carew, master in chancery, and his wife, Alice Ingpenny, . Thomas Carew, (born /95, West Wickham, Kent, Eng.—died Ma /40, London), English poet and first of the Cavalier song writers.. Educated at the University of Oxford and at the Middle Temple, London, Carew served as secretary at embassies in Venice, The Hague, and Carew received a court appointment and became server at table to the king. Thomas Carew was the poetic arbiter elegantiae of the court of Charles I of England. He gave one last witty spin to the tradition of Petrarchan lyric, polishing and resetting the traditional conceits of love poetry for an increasingly sophisticated and aristocratic audience.
Poem Hunter all poems of by Thomas Carew poems. 35 poems of Thomas Carew. Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams. Genre/Form: English poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carew, Thomas, ?? Poems of Thomas Carew. London: Lawrence & Bullen ; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Close section Poems and Letters Addressed to Carew. Aurelian Tounsend to Tho: Carew vpon the death of the King of Sweden; Upon T. C. having the P. (Suckling) To Tho: Carew. (Davenant) Ad Thomam Carew, apud J. C. (Clement Barksdale) To Tho: Carew. (Clement Paman) Close section Two Letters from Sir John Suckling. I [From Fragmenta Aurea, ]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carew, Thomas, ?? Poems of Thomas Carew. London, Routledge; New York, E.P. Dutton,  (OCoLC)