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the poetry of Edward Taylor. by William J. Published 1974 by University of Georgia Press in Athens People. Edward Taylor (1642-1729). Published 1974 by University of Georgia Press in Athens. History and criticism, Criticism and interpretation, Puritans in literature, American Christian poetry, Puritan movements in literature, Christian poetry, American, Internet Archive Wishlist, Immunology, Communicable Diseases. Bibliography: p. 169-177. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780820303147. Release Date:January 1974.
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On being asked for a War Poem" is a poem by William Butler Yeats written on February 6, 1915 in response to a request by Henry James that Yeats compose a political poem about World War I. Yeats changed the poem's title from "To . . Yeats changed the poem's title from "To a friend who has asked me to sign his manifesto to the neutral nations" to "A Reason for Keeping Silent" before sending it in a letter to James, which Yeats wrote at Coole Park on August 20, 1915.
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The Writings of Jonathan Edwards: Theme, Motif, and Style. by William J Scheick. ISBN 9780890960042 (978-0-89096-004-2) Hardcover, Texas A & M Univ Pr, 1975. Coauthors & Alternates. J. Randolph Cox. Learn More at LibraryThing. William J Scheick at LibraryThing.
The will and the word: The poetry of Edward Taylor. Bernard Rosenthal, William J. Scheick, Edward Taylor. Evolution & the Demise of Art. William J.
Edward Taylor was an American Puritan poet and minister of the .
Edward Taylor was an American Puritan poet and minister of the Congregational church at Westfield, Massachusetts for over fifty years. During his student years, Taylor continued to write poetry, including elegies on Zecharia Symmes, Francis Willoughby, and John Allen-all members of the Board of Overseers of Harvard College who died when Taylor was in residence at Harvard. The word knot has the seventeenth-century meaning of "garden" as well as the modern meaning. Because theirs is true love, the knot can never be untied; it is a Gordian knot. But Taylor's grief is assuaged with the acceptance of God's will
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Edward Taylor, Gods Determinations, The Poems of Edward Taylor, ed. Donald E. Stanford (1960; Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1989), 29. oogle Scholar. William Scheick puts it well: The image of grace which nature bears is, of course, less perfect and less discernible than that manifested in Christ’s works and words; His Words are bellisht all /With Brighter Beams, than e’re the Sun let fall (. 4. Nevertheless, neither his faithful dependence on Holy Writ nor the fact that postlapsarian nature obscurely.
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