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Poems by Ephelia (c. 1679)

the premier facsimile edition of the collected manuscript and published poems : with a critical essay and apparatus

by Ephelia

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Published by Scholars" Facsimiles & Reprints in Delmar, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Statementby Maureen E. Mulvihill.
SeriesScholars" Facsimiles & Reprints,, v. 463
ContributionsMulvihill, Maureen Esther.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3431.E57 A124 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 274 p. :
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1712989M
ISBN 100820114634
LC Control Number92015119

Since ’tis Decreed in the dark Book of Fate. That I shou’d Love, and he shou’d be ingrate. More About this Poem. More Poems by Ephelia. To J.G. On the News of His Marriage. By Ephelia. First Farewell to J.G. By Ephelia. To My Rival. By Ephelia. See All Poems by this Author To One That Asked Me Why I Lov’d J.G. By Ephelia. To My Rival. poem by Ephelia. Since you dare Brave me with a Rivals Name You shall prevail and I will quit my Claim For know proud Maid I Scorn to call him mine. PageAuthor: Ephelia.

Introductory note --A poem to his sacred majesty on the plot. Written by a Gentlewoman () --A poem as it was presented to his sacred majesty on the discovery of the plott, written by a Lady of quality () --Female poems on several occasions. Written by Ephelia () --Advice to his grace ([c. June, ]) - . More About This Poem Friendship between Ephelia and Ardelia By Countess of Winchilsea Anne Finch About this Poet Although she has always enjoyed some fame as a poet, Anne Finch, Countess of Winchilsea, has only recently received greater praise and renewed attention.

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: Poems by Ephelia: (SCHOLARS' FACSIMILES & REPRINTS) (): Mulvihill, Maureen E.: Books5/5(1). Female poems on several occasions written by Ephelia. () [Ephelia] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Female poems on several occasions written by Ephelia. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Poems by Ephelia (c. ): the premier facsimile edition of the collected manuscript and published poems: with a critical essay and apparatus Item Preview remove-circlePages: Maureen Mulvihill, who has been called "The leading twentieth-century authority on the Ephelia poems," in her book Ephelia advanced the theory that Ephelia was actually Mary Villiers (later Mary Stuart, Duchess of Lennox and Richmond) (); the woman, called "Eugenia" in Female Poems, to whom the book is dedicated.

She has continued. Reading Early Modern Women (Routledge, ) p 'Several poems by the anonymous Stuart poetess known as Ephelia (whose works were published in as Female Poems by Ephelia') were dedicated to her [Mary Villiers], and it has been established in the last decade by Maureen E.

Mulvihill of the Princeton Research Forum, NJ, that Ephelia was in fact Lady Mary 3/5(1). The copy of the book reproduced here is that preserved at the Folger Shakespeare Library. The final printed work in the volume is Advice To His Grace ([]) in which 'Ephelia' admonishes the Duke of Monmouth and advocates the purity of the Stuart line and the integrity of the Stuart succession.

(Routledge, ) p ’Several poems by. Wealth's Power. by Happy was the World before men found Those metals Nature hid beneath the Ground All Necessary things She placed in View. Page5/5. Dr Mulvihill's book credits include a scholarly edition, Poems by Ephelia (NY, ; 2d printing, ), nominated by ROSTENBERG & STERN RARE BOOKS - NEW YORK for an MLA First Book Award.

This volume is included in such special collections as the Grolier Club Library, New York City; The Berg Collection, New York Public Library Research Facility; the library of The Small Press Center, New.

Her first edition of (2d printing, ), whose first achievement was a responsible scholarly assemblage of the poet’s published and manuscript writings, was nominated by Rostenberg & Stern Rare Books of New York for a Modern Language Association ‘First Book Award.’ The new Ashgate Ephelia is an artistically assembled book.

My developing case for Ephelia's authorship in Lady Mary Villiers came into focus inwith a first decoding of the curious oversized typographical mark (or fleuron) on the title-page of Female Poems by Ephelia.

This intricate design was the key to the book's authorship and the "Ephelia" mystery. EPHELIA IN ENGLISH SONG. No discussion of Ephelia's work would be complete without a word on the success of Female Poems by Ephelia in contemporary music circles.

The adaptability of her verse to English song was acknowledged during her day in settings by three successful composers, Moses Snow, Thomas Farmer, and William Turner, each noticed in the sixth edition of The New Grove.

Ephelia's voice, especially in her verse afteris not that of sweet and twenty (See "Phillida," Appendix A.) For Hardman's contribution to my Villiers attribution, see Section III. The Twin Flame. poem by Ephelia. Fantastic wanton God what dost thou mean To break my Rest make me grow pale and lean And offer Sighs and yet not know to who.

Page5/5. First Farewell to J.G. By Ephelia. Farewell my dearer half, joy of my heart, Heaven only knows how loth I am to part: Whole Months but hours seem, when you are here, More Poems by Ephelia. To One That Asked Me Why I Lov’d J.G.

By Ephelia. To J.G. On the News of His Marriage. By Ephelia. To My Rival. Female Poems On Several Occasions Written by Ephelia, " A Poem as it was Presented to his Sacred Majesty " Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

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by cruel Fate when wilt thou weary be When satisfied with tormenting me What have I eer designed but thou hast crossed. Page5/5. In an enigmatic collection of poems was published under the title Female Poems on Several Occasions, with the author identified only as "Ephelia." Most of the poems in the volume make up a loose sequence, narrating the progress of an unhappy love affair.

Download POEMS VOL. II free in PDF & EPUB format. Download EPHELIA's POEMS VOL. II for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile. : 'Ephelia': Printed Writings – Series II, Part Two, Volume 8 (The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works & Printed Writings, Series II, Part Two) (): Maureen E.

Mulvihill: Books. 3 Dozen Poems book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “3 Dozen Poems: From the Writer's Almanac” as Want to Read: To One Who Asked Me Why I Love J.G.

(Ephelia) What I Learned from My Mother (Julie Kasdorf) When Adam Was Created (anonymous) Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day? (William /5. Female Poems on several Occasions () offers a rich variety of material: political verse, excerpted material from the poet's 'lost' play, love poetry and coterie verse critical of the moral decline of the Stuart court.

The copy of the book reproduced here is that preserved at the Folger Shakespeare : Maureen E. Mulvihill.This is a large broadsheet poem prompted by The Popish Plot, expressing support for King Charles II. A new addition to the corpus of 'Ephelia's work is a variant of this parent-text, displaying a woodcut printer's ornament (factotum, with inset typepiece 'H'), which may hold special significance.