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United States jazz singer noted for her complex bebop phrasing and scat singing (1924-1990)

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While the claim that mid-seventeenth-century Wales 'produced the most lastingly valuable body of religious verse' in the period lays down a gauntlet, the discussion of three poets of differing political persuasions (Morgan Llwyd, Henry Vaughan, and Katherine Philips) is enlightening.
He is classed as one of the major 17th century religious poets, influencing later writers such as Henry Vaughan.
Eliot, Henry Vaughan, Dickens and Robert Frost, focusing on what Eliot's poetry "did" and "does", rather than on what it "is" or "says" (p.
This book looks at the poetry of John Donne, George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Henry Vaughan, Andrew Marvell and Thomas Traherne.
The usual suspects are here--John Donne, George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, Edward Taylor.
A poem by the 17th century English poet, Henry Vaughan, sums it up for me:
There were a few bright embers like Henry Vaughan or Abraham Cowley, and the early Andrew Marvell, but the mid-century seemed scarcely worth, in literary terms, the attention that historians had lavished upon it (and particularly the period of the civil wars).
Notable exceptions to the generally uninteresting selections in the first third of the anthology include poems by the great seventeenth-century poets George Herbert and Henry Vaughan.
What was so rare about him was his sense of dissident national identity: he belonged to the England of the Elizabethan philosopher/astrologer John Dee, of the 17th-century diarist and antiquarian John Evelyn and the mystic and medical man Sir Thomas Browne, and of the metaphysical poets--John Donne, George Herbert, Henry Vaughan.
Though a working knowledge of these poets would be helpful to the reader, particularly with respect to the work of John Donne, George Herbert, and Henry Vaughan, it is not absolutely necessary.
Turner which, remarkably, have been exhibited in the gallery every January since their bequeathal by Henry Vaughan in 1900.
Henry Vaughan, 26, sales assistant, Newcastle: I would have to be pretty much unable to get out of bed to come into work, perhaps with a fever.
Convinced they had been written by Henry Vaughan (c1622-1695), he showed them to Dr.
She's also written a biography of Welsh poet Henry Vaughan and a history of the radical women of the English Revolution to the writings of Virginia Woolf, from Milton, Donne and Shakespeare to the Brontae sisters.
Others in English include The Lord is my Shepherd, with its lyrical opening treble solo, while Berkeley's enthusiasm for 17th century metaphysical poetry breathes new life into words by Richard Crashaw, Henry Vaughan and George Herbert.