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ISBN:0403029953
Author: Robert Herrick
ISBN13: 978-0403029952
Title: One woman's life
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Language: English
Publisher: Scholarly Press (1974)

One woman's life by Robert Herrick



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Select Format: Paperback. One Woman's LifeBy Robert Herrick. ISBN13:9781522909569. Release Date:December 2015.

Of the lives of many poets we know too much; of some few too little. Lovers of Herrick are almost ideally fortunate. By the will Robert and William Herrick were appointed overseers, or trustees for the children. The former was the poet’s godfather, and in his will of 1617 left him £5. To William Herrick, then recently knighted for his services as goldsmith, jeweller, and moneylender to James . the young Robert was apprenticed for ten years, September 25, 1607. An allusion to beloved Westminster, in his Tears to Thamesis, has been taken to refer to Westminster school, and alleged as proof that he was educated there. Herrick, who Desired to Be in His Book. 984. A Bucolic Betwixt Two: Lacon and Thyrsis. Of woman’s beauty? and with hand more rude. Rifle the flowers which the virgins strewed: Know I have prayed to Fury that some wind.

In May 2009, my blogpost about Robert Herrick’s poem To His Mistress, Objecting to his Neither Toying or Talking included, by way of introduction, four lines from The Argument of His Book. This week, that Argument takes the starring role as Poem of the Week, a little hock-cart of sunlit harvest to set us up for the autumn days. That engaging oxymoron, cleanly wantonness, fluently carries us to a new place among the evocative, somewhat erotic moisturisers of lines seven and eight.

Gather ye rosebuds while ye may’: Herrick’s classic carpe diem poem ‘Gather ye rosebuds while ye may’ has become synonymous with the Latin sentiment expressed by Horace: carpe diem, ‘seize the day’. A Short Analysis of Robert Herrick’s ‘To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time’. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may’: Herrick’s classic carpe diem poem. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may’ has become synonymous with the Latin sentiment expressed by Horace: carpe diem, ‘seize the day’. Don’t tarry or waste time: you get just one life, so grasp the nettle and make the most of it. In his poem ‘To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time’ – often known by that ‘Gather ye rosebuds’ first line – Robert Herrick brilliantly captures the ‘seize the day’ sentiment.