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The intense and intimate depiction of Richard Crashaw that prefaces his English volumes of poetry (Steps to the .
The intense and intimate depiction of Richard Crashaw that prefaces his English volumes of poetry (Steps to the Temple, 1646, enlarged 1648) is also . The "Matchless Mistress" Elizabeth Skinner Crashaw died at the age of twenty-four, when the poet was about eight, and after a brief seventeen months of marriage to a man twice her age, William Crashaw. Amid the lifeless tributes to her accomplishments as a Christian gentlewoman and new wife, Elizabeth Crashaw emerges as a kindhearted soul who, like her stepson, "was belou'd by all; dispraysed by none" (Thomas Car's "Anagramme" prefacing Crashaw's Carmen Deo Nostro, 1652).
In 1633 he was greatly influenced by a book called Temple by Welsh poet George Herbert which led him to devote his future to writing religious verse.
He was a man of great piety and prone to long periods of prayer who was known for his serious approach to religion which finally led him away from the Anglicism of his youth to embrace Catholic doctrine. In 1633 he was greatly influenced by a book called Temple by Welsh poet George Herbert which led him to devote his future to writing religious verse. A year later, Crashaw published a series of Latin verses, Epigrammatum sacrorum liber, whilst he was still in his early twenties.
Richard Crashaw Poems. Sort by: Views Alphabetically. Total Poems: 20. 1. An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife. 2. To the Name above every Name, the Name of Jesus.
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Richard Crashaw (c. 1613 – 21 August 1649), was an English poet, teacher, Anglican cleric and Catholic convert, who was among the major figures associated with the metaphysical poets in seventeenth-century English literature
Richard Crashaw (c. 1613 – 21 August 1649), was an English poet, teacher, Anglican cleric and Catholic convert, who was among the major figures associated with the metaphysical poets in seventeenth-century English literature. Crashaw was the son of a famous Anglican divine with Puritan beliefs who earned a reputation as a hard-hitting pamphleteer and polemicist against Catholicism. After his father's death, Crashaw was educated at Charterhouse School and Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Richard Crashaw, English poet known for religious verse of vibrant stylistic ornamentation and ardent faith. The son of a zealous, learned Puritan minister, Crashaw was educated at the University of Cambridge. Thank you for your feedback.
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Its full title was The Whole Book of Psalms Faithfully Translated Into English Metre.
c. 1612–1613 London, England. Its full title was The Whole Book of Psalms Faithfully Translated Into English Metre. And it's that "faithfully" that is the important term there. They had inherited - they had brought with them - a version of the psalms that had been used in the Anglican Church. And various clergy in New England began to think of that as overly poetic, too figurative, not literal enough.
Crashaw, Richard, 1613?-1649, Traherne, Thomas, d. 1674, Vaughan, Henry, 1622-1695. London : Published for the British Council and the National Book League by Longmans, Green. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;. Kahle/Austin Foundation.
Richard was the only son of William Crashaw, a puritan preacher in London who had officiated at the burning of Mary . In defiance of his father's views on religion, Crashaw went to a High Church college at Cambridge, Pembroke.
Richard was the only son of William Crashaw, a puritan preacher in London who had officiated at the burning of Mary, Queen of Scots. He later became a fellow of Peterhouse College but was forced to resign because of his Roman Catholic leanings. Victory for Oliver Cromwell's Puritans in the Civil War made England a dangerous place for Catholic sympathisers like Crashaw, and in 1644 he fled to France. He became a Catholic sometime around 1645.
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