|Statement||by J.C. Reid.|
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Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Catalog. Enter your search terms in the box above, then click "Find" to begin your search. Arthur Quiller-Couch, ed. The Oxford Book of English Verse: – Coventry Patmore. – The Toys. The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto Iv. by Coventry Patmore..I The Rose of the World Lo when the Lord made North and SouthAnd sun and moon ordained He. Page26%. Jan 13, · The Angel in the House [Coventry Patmore] on arfesegsas.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Once more I came to Sarum Close, With joy half memory, half desire, And breathed the sunny wind that rose And blew the shadows o'er the SpireCited by:
Victorian poet and critic Coventry Patmore was born into a literary household in Essex, England. His father, editor and novelist Peter George Patmore, educated his son, sent him to Paris when he was 16, and encouraged him to publish his first book, Poems (). Coventry Patmore’s subsequent collections of poetry include Tamerton Church Tower () and The Angel in the House—composed of. Coventry Patmore, in full Coventry Kersey Dighton Patmore, (born July 23, , Woodford, Essex, England—died November 26, , Lymington, Hampshire), English poet and essayist whose best poetry is in The Unknown Eros, and Other Odes, containing mystical odes of divine love and of married love, which he saw as a reflection of Christ’s love for the soul. Coventry Patmore was a librarian by profession, and originally an Anglican by creed, but he later converted to Catholicism. Inspired by his new religion, he composed some of his best religious poetry, prolific in both quality and quantity. To fellow lyricist Francis Thompson, Patmore was indeed "the greatest genius of the century.". Coventry Patmore Part 1 out of 3. arfesegsas.com homepage; Index of The Angel in the House; Next part (2) THE ANGEL IN THE HOUSE INTRODUCTION. There could be but one answer to the suggestion of Mr. Coventry Patmore that his "Angel in the House" might usefully have a place in this "National Library." The suggestion was made with the belief.