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Between March and June 1811, as he travelled in Greece and Malta, Byron wrote a fragmentary imitation in heroic couplets of the first lines of Horace’s Satire 1.4. The imitation was never completed, but survives in holograph fair copy on a single lea...
While working towards his MA at Wadham College, Oxford in 1701, the future Professor of Poetry Joseph Trapp dedicated a poem to Henry Somerset, second Duke of Beaufort. Beaufort, a Tory, was a useful political connection for Trapp in the High-Church ...
Freedom was important to Charles Churchill. His great aim, as he explained in an early poem called Night (1761), was for him and his friends ‘To pass thro’ life as easy as we can’, unencumbered by serious commitments and ‘rude cares’ (ll. 256, 281). ...
Freedom was important to Charles Churchill. His great aim, as he explained in an early poem called Night (1761), was for him and his friends ‘To pass thro’ life as easy as we can’, unencumbered by serious commitments and ‘rude cares’ (ll. 256, 281). ...
Between March and June 1811, as he travelled in Greece and Malta, Byron wrote a fragmentary imitation in heroic couplets of the first lines of Horace’s Satire 1.4. The imitation was never completed, but survives in holograph fair copy on a single lea...
Between March and June 1811, as he travelled in Greece and Malta, Byron wrote a fragmentary imitation in heroic couplets of the first lines of Horace’s Satire 1.4. The imitation was never completed, but survives in holograph fair copy on a single lea...
Freedom was important to Charles Churchill. His great aim, as he explained in an early poem called Night (1761), was for him and his friends ‘To pass thro’ life as easy as we can’, unencumbered by serious commitments and ‘rude cares’ (ll. 256, 281). ...
Freedom was important to Charles Churchill. His great aim, as he explained in an early poem called Night (1761), was for him and his friends ‘To pass thro’ life as easy as we can’, unencumbered by serious commitments and ‘rude cares’ (ll. 256, 281). ...