A Calendar of British Taste from 1600 1800

A Calendar of British Taste from 1600   1800

It is hard to say on what principle he modulated his lines (Bore a bright golden flowre but not in this soyl, Comus 633). ... when their sister is lost, and at leisure pronounce philosophical panegyrics on the mysteries of Virginity.

Author: E. F. Carritt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000288582

Category: Art

Page: 492

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First published in 1948, A Calendar of British Taste from 1600–1800 gives a picture of British taste in art, nature and manners during the centuries 1600 to 1800. The book is an anthology from novels, poetry, letters, essays, advertisements and diaries of the period. It is arranged chronologically and covers a wide range of topics including architecture, gardens, manners, music, nature, painting, poetry, sculpture, and the stage. Key authors drawn upon include Pepys, Dryden, Pope, Horace Walpole, Dr. Johnson, Fanny Burney, Cowper, and Wordsworth. Through an extensive and panoramic view, the book traces the development and changes in taste over time. A Calendar of British Taste from 1600–1800 is ideal for anyone with an interest in the cultural and social history of Britain.
Categories: Art

Chase s Calendar of Events 2021

Chase s Calendar of Events 2021

Commemorates the 1941 liberation of Addis Ababa by British and Ethiopian forces. ... Serving as an air ferry pilot during WWII, she was lost over the Thames Estuary in 1941. ... 260 www.chases.com ◇ Chase's Calendar of Events 2021 ...

Author: Editors of Chase's

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781641434249

Category: Education

Page: 752

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Since 1957, Chase's Calendar of Events lists everything worth knowing and celebrating for each day of the year: 12,500 holidays, national days, historical milestones, famous birthdays, festivals, sporting events and more. "The Oxford English Dictionary of holidays." NPR's Planet Money.
Categories: Education

Medievalist Traditions in Nineteenth Century British Culture

Medievalist Traditions in Nineteenth Century British Culture

Celebrating the Calendar Year Clare A. Simmons ... was derived from a lost Elizabethan stage tragedy.62 In 1595, Thomas Millington of Norwich published “The Norfolk Tragedy,” and the story was reprinted without major variation for over ...

Author: Clare Simmons

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN: 9781843845737

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 238

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A survey of the rituals of the year in Victorian England, showing the influence of the Middle Ages.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Lives Between The Lines

Lives Between The Lines

A Journey in Search of the Lost Levant Michael Vatikiotis. PRELUDE ... Use of a lunar calendar made the exercise imprecise. ... In addition, each confessional community was permitted to use their own calendars – the Hebrew, the Orthodox ...

Author: Michael Vatikiotis

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781474613224

Category: History

Page: 304

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The story begins with a parting of the sands - the construction of the Suez Canal that united the Mediterranean with the Arabian Sea. It opened the door of opportunity for people living insecurely on the fringes of a turbulent Europe. The Middle East is understood today through the lens of unending conflict and violence. Lost in the litany of perpetual strife and struggle are the layers of culture and civilisation that accumulated over centuries, and which give the region its cosmopolitan identity. It was once a region known poetically as the Levant - a reference to the East, where the sun rose. Amid the the bewildering mix of races, religions and rivalries, was above all an affinity with the three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Today any mixing of this trinity of faiths is regarded as a recipe for hatred and prejudice. Yet it was not always this way. There was a time, in the last century, when Arabs and Jews rubbed shoulders in bazaars and teashops, worked and played together, intermarried and shared family histories. Michael Vatikiotis's parents and grandparents were a product of this forgotten pluralist tradition, which spanned almost a century from the mid-1800s to the end of the Second World War in 1945. The Ottoman empire, in a last gasp of reformist energy before it collapsed in the 1920s, granted people of many creeds and origins generous spaces to nestle into and thrive. The European colonial order that followed was to reveal deep divisions. Vatikiotis's family eventually found themselves caught between clashing faiths and contested identity. Their story is of people set adrift, who built new lives and prospered in holy lands, only to be caught up in conflict and tossed on the waves of a violent history. Lives Between the Lines brilliantly recreates a world where the Middle East was a place to go to, not flee from, and the subsequent start of a prolonged nightmare of suffering frmo which the region has yet to recover.
Categories: History

Chase s Calendar of Events 2022

Chase s Calendar of Events 2022

The combatants were Britain's Grand Fleet and Germany's High Seas Fleet. The outcome was inconclusive, but the cost was great: 8,600 lives were lost and 25 ships sunk. COPyRigHT LaW PaSSeD: anniVeRSaRy. May 31, 1790.

Author: Editors of Chase's

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781641435048

Category: Reference

Page:

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Since 1957, Chase's Calendar of Events lists everything worth knowing and celebrating for each day of the year: 12,500 holidays, national days, historical milestones, famous birthdays, festivals, sporting events and more. "One of the most impressive reference volumes in the world." Publishers Weekly
Categories: Reference

The Year of Lost and Found

The Year of Lost and Found

out on the lines.' 'This fella's ready to be fed.' 'Was he good?' 'Not a bother on him. ... Paddy set up a checklist and linked it to the calendar.' 'I know. I'm just trying to get my head round the whole picture.

Author: Felicity Hayes-McCoy

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781529361124

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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'A page-turning novel filled with wonderful characters. Curl up and treat yourself to the perfect escape' Sinéad Moriarty 'I can highly recommend this beauty, it's a gem! Book of the year so far for me. Utterly glorious, I'm telling everyone to run out and buy it!' Claudia Carroll Ordinary people. Extraordinary secrets ... It's business as usual in the sleepy town of Lissbeg on the west coast of Ireland, but, as local librarian Hanna Casey gathers material for an exhibition on Ireland's struggle for Independence, secrets revealed in her Great-Aunt's diary expose her own family history of love, dishonour and revenge. Will Hanna risk personal and professional fallout by keeping those war-torn secrets to herself, or will she honour the exhibition's spirit of shared storytelling? Meanwhile, newly-wed Aideen has just had her first baby and becomes convinced that she needs to find her own dad, whom she's never known. But is she really prepared for the consequences? Hanna and Aideen each face decisions and it soon becomes clear that, when old wounds are opened and forgotten memories disturbed, history is never just about the past. Will they discover that finding happiness is all about living in the present?
Categories: Fiction

Blood Tears and Folly

Blood  Tears and Folly

here and there they managed to spare a blanket or a hot drink for British wounded suffering exposure in the chill ... catch the British half-asleep, and that in the fury of battle some of the inexperienced British units became lost and ...

Author: Len Deighton

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141995878

Category: History

Page: 832

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'Every page of Deighton's work glows with the excitement of discovery ... wonderful' Geoff Dyer, Guardian This unflinching history of the darkest days of the Second World War covers the entire world stage, from the Battle of the Atlantic to Pearl Harbor. Rooted in the personal accounts of the soldiers themselves, Blood, Tears and Folly is a sweeping, moving account of the political machinations, the strategy and tactics, the weapons and the men on both sides who created a world of devastation. 'If he had never written a word of fiction Deighton would still be remembered for his scholarly and merciless history of the Second World War, Blood, Tears and Folly' Peter Millar, The Times
Categories: History

Great Cities

Great Cities

CENTERS OF ANCIENT AND LOST CIVILIZATIONS Following his arrest, Bahadur Shah Zafar was tried at the Red Fort, ... Delhi from the leafy Civil Lines district, where their palatial mansions and hotels became the hub of British social life.

Author: DK

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780744053883

Category: History

Page: 320

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Stunningly illustrated biographies of the world's greatest cities, packed with paintings, photographs, maps, and artifacts Delve into the social and cultural history of over 75 of the world's most important cities. From the first towns in Mesopotamia to today's global metropolises, cities have marked the progress of civilization. Written in the form of illustrated "biographies," Great Cities offers a rich historical overview of each featured city, brought to vivid life with maps, paintings, photographs, and artifacts. The latest title in the series style of Artists, Writers, Philosophers, and Composers, this lavish ebook goes under the skin of cities both ancient and modern--from Babylon and Tikal, Paris, and Palermo to Prague, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and São Paulo. Which ancient civilization founded the precursor to Mexico City? Why was Venice the gateway to the East? What was the Belle Epoque? Which was the first city to build sewers? Great Cities takes you there. Stunning images of city life and key moments in history are complemented by close-ups of revealing details and feature panels that provide additional context. An ebook not just about history but also about art, architecture, commerce, and politics, Great Cities provides a fascinating insight into what has shaped where we live. Perfect for history, geography, and cartography enthusiasts and a stunning gift for armchair explorers of all ages, it is your window into the world's most fascinating cities.
Categories: History

Poet s Market 34th Edition

Poet s Market 34th Edition

Pays one contributor's copy . Reviews books of poetry . Lines / poem : 32 max . TIPS " Too many writers have lost the personal touch that editors generally appreciate . It can make a difference when selecting work of equal merit .

Author: Robert Lee Brewer

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780593419090

Category: Reference

Page: 480

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The Most Trusted Guide to Publishing Poetry, fully revised and updated Want to get your poetry published? There's no better tool for making it happen than Poet's Market, which includes hundreds of publishing opportunities specifically for poets, including listings for book and chapbook publishers, print and online poetry publications, contests, and more. These listings include contact information, submission preferences, insider tips on what specific editors want, and--when offered--payment information. In addition to the completely updated listings, the 34th edition of Poet's Market offers: • Hundreds of updated listings for poetry-related book publishers, publications, contests, and more • Insider tips on what specific editors want and how to submit poetry • Articles devoted to the craft and business of poetry, including how to track poetry submissions, perform poetry, and find more readers • 77 poetic forms, including guidelines for writing them • 101 poetry prompts to inspire new poetry
Categories: Reference

IAS Pre General Studies E

IAS  Pre  General Studies  E

Who among the following Indian rulers established embassies in foreign countries on modern lines? ... of administrative innovations during his rule, including the introduction of a new coinage, a new Mauludi Lunisolar Calendar etc. 16.

Author: Arihant Experts

Publisher: Arihant Publications India limited

ISBN: 9789325798762

Category: Study Aids

Page: 720

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1. The book provides Chapterwise Solved Question of previous 27 Years' 2. Provides questions that are asked in UPSC examination 3. The whole syllabus of the book is divided into 2 main parts; Paper 1 & 2 4. It contains Solved Papers [1995-2021] for IAS (PRE) 5. This book uses simple language for better understanding Antonic De Saint Exupery once said, "A goal without a plan is just a wish". If you are aspiring to become a Civil Servant, make sure to prepare from IAS (PRE) - 27 Years' Chapterwise Topicwise Solved Papers (1995 - 2021). The current edition is designed on an exam oriented structure that facilitates deep coverage on all the topics which have been structured according to the UPSC Syllabus. This book has been divided into chapters that have been categorized under 2 Sections; Paper 1: General Studies and Paper 2: CSAT. As the title suggests, ample numbers of Questions are provided in a Chapterwise form and Solved Papers, which help in rising up level of preparation. Well detailed solutions are given for each question easing aspirants to understand the concepts. This book acts as a great help in achieving success for the upcoming exam. Table of Concept PAPER 1: History of India and Indian National Movement, Indian & World Geography, Indian Polity and Governance, Indian Economy, General Science and Science & Technology, General Knowledge, PAPER 2: Comprehension, Decision Making and Problem Solving, Logic Reasoning and Analytical Ability, General Mental Ability, Basic Numeracy, Data Interpretation.
Categories: Study Aids