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The Miscellany was the result of chapbook versions of Burns's poems being available, rather than these being published with the stated aim, from the beginning, of collecting them into a volume.
The famed Miscellany Showtime Singalong will get the audience into the world of musicals with songs from The Sound of Music and who will be able to resist joining in the popular You''ll Never Walk Alone from the musical, Carousel.
Perhaps most importantly, the book offers analysis and description of other late medieval texts excerpted in the Carthusian Miscellany, including the Travels of Mandeville, writings of Richard Rolle and Thomas Hoccleve, the Prick of Conscience, Henry Suso's Horologium sapientiae, and William Flete's De remediis contra temptaciones, along with medieval dramatic texts including the Towneley Resurrection pageant.
In foregrounding "researches" and "inquiries" across a range of fields, the subtitle underlines D'Israeli's interest in a model of miscellany answering to a broader conception of literature than the category of imaginative writing to which it was becoming increasingly narrowed.
A Rural Miscellany is published by Gwasg Garreg Gwalch, price pounds 6.
Journal Culture Club members can buy Natural North and get a free Tyneside and Northumberland Miscellany worth pounds 9.
The deceptively thin Schott's Original Miscellany is a large and delightful collection of bizarre, interesting, or even sometimes useful bits of trivia such as how to wrap a sari, the knights of the Round Table, a discussion on pencil hardness and a the "to be or not to be" speech presented in Pig Latin.
Sir John Mortimer is appearing in his show Mortimer's Miscellany at Stockton's Arc.
Its great virtue, of course, is to place at the disposal of an English-speaking audience a miscellany of impressions which suggest ways in which the city was perceived across some four centuries.
Tottel's Miscellany disseminated in print a model of male courtly and cultivated behaviour in which the writing of aphoristic and amorous verse was central.
It's not like the security people have enough to do these days, but all this humdrum miscellany has been meticulously documented in a binder with date and location found, then stapled shut in a paper bag waiting for an owner to call or come by.
The chapters on print publication address what by now has become familiar territory: four key moments of print publication (the miscellany published by Richard Tottel in 1557; the printings of Sidney's Astrophil and Stella in 1591 and 1592, followed by his collected works in 1598; the Jonson folio of 1616; and the 1633 editions of the poems of John Donne and George Herbert) and the complex negotiations involved in the shift from the forms of patronage implied by manuscript circulation to those fashioned to support print publication.
THE aisles of Thornhill Parish Church will be ringing on the evening of Saturday, March 15 to the sights and sounds of Miscellany, the multi-talented cabaret ensemble who perform all over Yorkshire.
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