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Author: Alastair Fowler
ISBN13: 978-0748604401
Title: The Country House Poem: A Cabinet of Seventeenth-Century Estate Poems and Related Items
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Language: English
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press (October 13, 1994)
Pages: 433

The Country House Poem: A Cabinet of Seventeenth-Century Estate Poems and Related Items by Alastair Fowler



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The seventeenth-century country house poem is both commemorative and quixotic, and academic criticism of the genre’s tradition and longevity is divided. What is certain is that its poetic version was founded upon a heritage of patronage poetry and pastoral discourse. How the genre has survived since has much to do with perception of the country house at any given time, but especially in the context of wider economic developments. Such theorising makes the genre appear fusty and somehow exclusive  . The Country House Poem: a Cabinet of Seventeenth-Century Estate Poems and Related Items. Happy Rural Seat; the English Country House and the Literary Imagination.

Seventeenth Century Manor House English History Country House Country Estate. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Alastair Fowler, The Country House Poem: A Cabinet of Seventeenth-Century Estate Poems and Related Items (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1994), p. oogle Scholar. 14. King James VI of Scotland, The Poems of James VI. of Scotland, ed. James Craigie, vol. 2 (Edinburgh: The Scottish Text Society, 1958), pp. 179–81. 16. Andrew Marvell, Upon Appleton House, To My Lord Fairfax, in The Poems of Andrew Marvell, ed. Nigel Smith (New York: Pearson Education Limited, 2003), pp. 216–41.

English country house. In his book Airs examines country houses not in terms of. architecture, but instead as buildings that were designed, financed and painstakingly. He looks into the practical and everyday problems that building a country. While considering the builders of country houses he also explores the lives. The Country House Poem: A Cabinet of SeventeenthCentury Estate Poems and Related Items. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1993. The Gentleman’s Country House and Its Plan, 18351914. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, 1981. The Victorian Country House’, Mingay, Gordon Edmund (e.

This major new collection of almost all the known estate poems of the seventeenth century draws on the literary, historical and artistic traditions of the period to clarify this much debated genre. The poems are mostly reproduced in their entirety and include ten from the Mildmay Fane manuscripts - an important, but so far unpublished source of such material. Full notes accompany the text, explaining difficult passages and relating them to their biographical, social and political contexts. There is a substantial introduction, a comprehensive bibliography, and a listing of visual sources complementing the contemporary illustrations. Containing much new evidence for architectural- and art-historians as well as for literary scholars, The Country House Poem is set to become the definitive work in this field.