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letters of William Shenstone

William Shenstone

letters of William Shenstone

by William Shenstone

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Published by B. Blackwell in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementarranged and edited with introduction, notes and index by Marjorie Williams.
ContributionsWilliams, Marjorie, ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3677 .A83 1939a
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 700 p.
Number of Pages700
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6394856M
LC Control Number39030578
OCLC/WorldCa795580

His miscellanies are gone he says a second time to the Press, and I have reason to doubt whether my Improvements will even now come time enough" 1 June ; Letters, ed. Mallam () William Shenstone to Lady Luxborough: "I thank you for your little Strictures on the School-Mistress. The first, William Shenstone Correspondence, contains letters by and to Shenstone, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Folders hold Shenstone's letters to his estate manager and attorney Thomas Milward, most concerning the lands inherited by Shenstone from his guardian Thomas Dolman but contested by Dolman's other heirs.

An illustration of William Shenstone. Illustrations and text about William Shenstone. The text reads: This J D Wetherspoon pub is named after the poet and landscape gardener who lived at The Leasowes during the 18th century. As a gardener Shenstone was in the forefront of the movement away from classical landscaping to a more romantic style. Life. Son of Thomas Shenstone and Anne Penn, daughter of William Penn of Harborough Hall, then in Hagley (now Blakedown), Shenstone was born at the Leasowes, that time this was an enclave of Shropshire within the county of Worcestershire.. Shenstone received part of his formal education at Halesowen Grammar School (now The Earls High School).

Life. Shenstone was born on 1 December to James Burt Byron Shenstone, a pharmaceutical chemist in Colchester, and his wife Jemima; he was named after the poet William Shenstone, a distant was educated at Colchester Royal Grammar School, and later as an apprentice to his father, though, during the latter, he was caught in a fire and suffered from Born: December 1, , Wells-next-the . A wound in the friendship of young persons, as in the bark of young trees, may be so grown over as to leave no scar. The case is very different in regard to old persons and old timber.


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Letters of William Shenstone book Briefsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shenstone, William, Letters of William Shenstone. Oxford, B. Blackwell, Letters of William Shenstone was first published in Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

William Shenstone (), English poet, best known for his Pastoral Ballad and The School Author: Cecil A. Moore. The letters of William Shenstone. [William Shenstone; Marjorie Williams] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Shenstone; Marjorie Williams.

Find more information about: ISBN: Full text of "Letters to William Shenstone" See other formats. : The works, in verse and prose, of William Shenstone, Esq; Containing letters to particular friends, from the year to (): William Shenstone: BooksAuthor: William Shenstone.

William Shenstone. The Schoolmistress. Birthplace: Leasowes, Halesowen, Shropshire, England Location of death: Leasowes, Halesowen, Shropshire, England Cause of de. English poet, son of Thomas Shenstone and Anne, daughter of William Penn of Harborough Hall, Hagley, was born at the Leasowes, a property in the parish of Halesowen, now in Born: (Shenstone, William, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article.

Shenstone, William,contrib.: A Study of William Shenstone and of His Critics, With Fifteen of His Unpublished Poems and Five of His Unpublished Latin Inscriptions (Menasha, WI: George Banta Pub.

Co., ), by Alice I. Hazeltine. Page iii PREFACE. THOUGH the Character of Mr. Shenstone, is too well known, and his reputation as a Writer too firmly established, to require any further commendation, yet it may perhaps be expected that some apology should be made for this volume of his Works, containing Familiar Letters to some of his most intimate Friends.

To these who may think such an. WILLIAM SHENSTONE, LETTER-WRITER By MARJORIE WILLIAMS To most people Shenstone is one of those shadowy figures who, through the medium of Johnson's Lives of the Poets, make little impression on the mind.

No good biography of him exists, and, up to the present, his letters, which fully reveal the man, have been inaccessible to the ordinary reader. William Shenstone, a representative 18th-century English “man of taste.” As a poet, amateur landscape gardener, and collector, he influenced the trend away from Neoclassical formality in the direction of greater naturalness and simplicity.

Fromin. Two More Shenstone Letters. Tierney, James E. // Papers on Language & Literature;Fall78, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p Presents several letters written by author William Shenstone. Ideas conveyed by the letters; Discussion of the letters.

WILLIAM SHENSTONE AND MRS JANE BENNET: A `NEW' CORRESPONDENT. William Shenstone poems, quotations and biography on William Shenstone poet page. Read all poems of William Shenstone and infos about William Shenstone. Born in in Halesowen (now Worcestershire) England living at the family home 'The Leasowes'.

Sources and Further Reading. Shenstone, William, The Letters of William Shenstone, Arranged and Edited with introduction, Notes and Index by Marjorie Williams (Oxford, Basil Blackwell, Shenstone, William, The Works in Verse and Prose of William Shenstone, Esq., Vols.I, II and III, Second Edition (London, J Dodsley, ).Dixon Hunt, John, The Figure in the.

Hammerschmidt, Sören Social Authorship and the Mediation of Memory in Anne Grant’s Poetry. European Romantic Review, Vol. 30, Issue. 2, p. Literary Coteries and the Making of Modern Print Culture offers the first study of manuscript-producing coteries Cited by: William Shenstone (18 November - 11 February ) was an English poet, and an early practitioner of landscape gardening through the development of his estate, The Leasowes.

Shenstone was a son of Thomas Shenstone, owner of a small estate at Hales Owen, Shropshire. At this place, called the Leasowes, the poet was born. In he went to Oxford. On his Children: Thomas Shenstone. Letters to particular friends: by William Shenstone, Esq By William Shenstone The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press.

In Pages: The poet's frustrated attempt to win patronage through this poem is told at length through a series of his letters. William Shenstone to Lady Luxborough: "I am almost afraid to acquaint you, that I had wellnigh finish'd an Ode which I intended to desire your Ladyship to present to her Grace.

First published in by Arthur Raleigh Humphreys, this four-part volume traces the life of the English poet William Shenstone () from his birth in Halesowen, Shropshire to his death at the famous estate, The Leasowes.

Through a detailed examination of Shenstone's poetical works and Pages: “The best time to frame an answer to the letters of a friend, is the moment you receive them. Then the warmth of friendship, and the intelligence received, most forcibly cooperate.” William Shenstone quote Add to Chapter.

ebook version of Letters to particular friends: by William Shenstone, Esq; from the year to Letters to particular friends: by William Shenstone, Esq; from the year to. Many others of Shenstone's letters are in the ‘Select Letters’ collected by his friend the actor, Thomas Hull [q.

v.] (2 vols. ). Among his other friends were William Somerville, Joseph Spence (Nichols, Lit. Anecd. ii. ), James Grainger, who addressed to him the second book of the ‘Sugar Cane’ (Nichols, Lit. Illustr.

vii.3 Richard Graves, Recollection of some particulars in the Life of the late William Shenstone, Esq., in a series of Letters from an intimate Friend of his to —–, Esq. F.R.S.(London, J. Dodsley, ) p «Previous in this section Next in this section».this book with a new generation of students.

R. L. BRETT The Correspondence of Thomas Percy and William Shenstone. The Percy Letters, Vol. VII. Edited by CLEANTH BROOKS.

Pp. xxxiv+ New Haven and London: Yale University Press, net. Six volumes of The Percy Letters appeared between I and I96I and this.