Christopher Ricks´s ´Oxford Book of English Verse´ -- third in succession, after Arthur Quiller-Couch´s original volume (1900) and Helen Gardner´s new selection (1972) -- is a treasury from more than seven centuries of the poet´s art. Poems that are also translations are included.
A fresh contemporary design for A. S. Byatt´s celebrated anthology of English short stories The Oxford Book of English Short Stories.The 37 stories featured here are selected from the 19th and 20th centuries, by authors ranging from Dickens, Trollope, and Hardy to J. G. Ballard, Angela Carter, and Ian McEwan.
The Oxford Book of English Short Stories:Oxford Books of Prose & Verse
The Oxford Book of English Verse: Christopher Ricks
Edition de Philip Ledger408 pages 220x147mmThis book presents 60 of the very best madrigals for SATB, chosen from the many hundreds of possible candidates. The major composers of the genre are each represented by several madrigals and the lesser figures by one or more.SATB unaccompanied Bateson: Those Sweet Delightful LiliesBennet: All Creature NowBennet: Weep, O Mine EyesByrd: Lullaby, My Sweet Little BabyByrd: This Sweet and Merry Month of MayByrd: Though Amaryllis DanceCavendish: Come, Gentle SwainsEast: Poor is the LifeEast: Quick, Quick, Away, Dispatch!East: No Haste But Good!Farmer: Fair Nymphs, I Heard One TellingFarmer: Fair Phyllis I SawFarnaby: Consture My MeaningGibbons: Ah, Dear HeartGibbons: Dainty Fine BirdGibbons: O That the Learned PoetsGibbons: The Silver SwanGibbons: Trust Not Too Much, Fair YouthGibbons: What is our Life?Greaves: Come Away, Sweet LoveKirbye: See What a Maze of ErrorMorley: April is in my Mistress´ FaceMorley: Fyer, Fyer!Morley: Hard by a Crystal FountainMorley: I Love, Alas, I Love TheeMorley: Leave, Alas, This TormentingMorley: My Bonny Lass She SmilethMorley: Now is the Month of MayingMorley: Sing We and Chant ItMorley: Though Philomela Lost Her LoveMorley: Whither Away So Fast?Ramsey: Sleep, Fleshly BirthTomkins: Adieu, Ye City-Prisoning TowersTomkins: Music DivineTomkins: O Yes! Has any Found a Lad?Tomkins: See, See the Shepherds´ QueenTomkins: Too Much I Once LamentedVautor: Mother, I Will Have a HusbandVautor: Sweet Suffolk OwlWard: Come, Sable NightWeelkes: As Vesta WasWeelkes: Come, Sirrah Jack, Ho!Weelkes: Hark, All Ye Lovely SaintsWeelkes: O Care, Thou Wilt Despatch MeWeelkes: Hence, Care, Thou Art Too CruelWeelkes: Since Robin HoodWeelkes: Sing We At PleasureWeelkes: Strike It Up, TaborWeelkes: Thule the Period of CosmographyWeelkes: The Andalusian MerchantWeelkes: Thus Sings My Dearest JewelWilbye: Adieu Sweet AmaryllisWilbye: Draw On, Sweet NightWilbye: Flora Gave Me Fairest FlowersWilbye: Lady, When I BeholdWilbye: O What Shall I Do?Wilbye: Sweet Honey-Sucking BeesWilbye: Yet, Sweet, Take HeedWilbye: Weep, Weep, Mine Eyes
English Cookery Books:to the Year 1850 Arnold Whitaker Oxford
All English Cookery Books:From 1500 to 1850 Arnold Whitaker Oxford