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Bliss Carman

Author: Gerald Lynch
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
ISBN: 0776602861
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The tarnished reputation of this turn-of-the-century poet is persuasively burnished anew by fifteen scholars, editors, and poets.

How The Wind Sits The History Of Henry And Ann Lemoine Chapbook Writers And Publishers Of The Late Eighteenth Century

Author: Roy Bearden-White
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 138705726X
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During the 18th century, not all books were found in bookstores or libraries. In London, itenerate book salesmen wandered the streets hawking their wares. The books they sold were cheap and often poorly printed, but they represented the beginnings of popular reading among the growing lower classes. Henry and Ann Lemoine were among the most prolific writers and publishers of street literature in the late eighteenth-century and theirs is a story of poverty, greed, prison, and female empowerment.

A Souljia To A Sheisty World The Chap Book

Author: Stevie Souljiasheist Lewis
Publisher: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781790800896
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Natural born artist have a gift of presenting their talents to the world and captivating their audi- ences with ease. Bringing their passions to life by way of written word, spoken word, art, music or a variation of other skills. Souljia Sheist, a jack of all trades and a true master of his own gifts brings a collection of his passions to life in his debut release titled,"A Souljia To A Sheisty World The Chap Book"The Chap Book, in short, is a compellation of impacting poems written by (S2ASW) Souljia Sheist which he started while incarcerated and later finished once released. Each entry allows the reader to feel the authors growth and pro- gression into a conscious positive male figure aware of his ability to contribute to society. Add to that his testimony of love for his mother, the women of his culture, his bredrin & artistic eye and you have a comprehensive read which will leave you thoroughly impressed.

Essays From The Chap Book

Author: Herbert S. Stone and Company
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783744670937
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Essays from the Chap-book - Being a Miscellany of Curious and Interesting Tales, Histories, etc. is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1896. Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.

Guy Of Warwick And Other Chapbook Romances

Author: John Simons
Publisher: University of Exeter Press
ISBN: 9780859894456
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Chapbooks formed the staple reading matter of ordinary people during the eighteenth and much of the nineteenth centuries; they were also read by children of the gentry. They included fiction, almanacs, religious guidance and radical political tracts, and were available throughout the British Isles and in colonial America. The six chapbook romances in this volume all derive from tales of chivalric adventure and courtly love which were current in the Middle Ages or the Renaissance. They provide a fascinating window on the mental world of rural England and America before the advent of mass media. No previous attempt has been made to produce the full text of a selection of chapbooks for the modern reader; they have remained the province of specialist bibliographers and antiquarians.