3 edition of Triumphs of female wit, in some pindarick odes, or, The emulation found in the catalog.
Triumphs of female wit, in some pindarick odes, or, The emulation
|Statement||by a young lady.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 519:15.|
|Contributions||H., Mr., F., Mr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 20 p.|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Contents: Introductory Note; Anna Maria van Schurman, The Learned Maid; Bathsua Reginald Makin, An Essay to Revive the Antient Education of Gentlewomen; Advice to the Women and Maidens of London; Triumphs of Female Wit in Some Pindarick Odes, or The : Frances Teague.
Educational and Vocational Books Printed Writings – Series II, Part One, Volume 5. By Frances Teague. Book Description. Advice to the Women and Maidens of London; Triumphs of Female Wit in Some Pindarick Odes, or The Emulation. View More. View Less. Triumphs of female wit, in some pindarick odes, or, The emulation: together with an answer to an objector against female ingenuity, and capacity of learning: also, a preface to the masculine sex / by: Young lady.
Published: (). The American female poets with biographical and critical notices / Published: () On female excellence. Or, A discourse in which good character in women is described; and the worth and importance of such character, contemplated, by: Chase, Amos, InTriumphs of Female Wit appeared on the London scene, a slender volume that contained three Pindaric odes and a "Preface to the Masculine Sex" defending the right of women to pursue learning and most especially to use their wit to compose poetry.
: Odes of Pindar, with several other pieces in prose and verse, translated from the Greek. To which is prefixed A dissertation on the Olympick games. Format: Paperback. Triumphs of female wit: in some Pindarick odes, or, The emulation, together with an answer to an objector against female ingenuity, and capacity of learning, also, a preface to the masculine sex / by a Young Lady.
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The Aeginetan odes of Pindar show traces of a preclassical phase of epic. By “preclassical” I mean a phase that predates the reception of Homeric poetry in Athens during the classical period of the fifth century BCE. A clear sign of such preclassical epic, I argue, is a pattern of coexistence between Homeric and Hesiodic poetry.
Pindarpoetwould write about games triumphs and agony o Believed there should be from KIN at Louisiana State University. Sep 7, - We are the last of the granny witches. The old ones, the original Appalachian queens, were daughters of the Celts and the offspring of Druids and medieval mavens and the natives of the old world craft, and we are their children.
And although we are indeed as mysterious as these old hills, we still have that Celt and Cherokee elder magic in our bones. a person no longer young and thinking about life. In the poem the sunflower watches the sun travel across the sky. It says that it "countest the steps of the sun".Despite being offered two opportunities to marry beautiful goddesses, Odysseus cannot be persuaded and instead heads for home.
The reader can infer that the hero is a. driven by a sense of mission b. undyingly loyal c. very intelligent d. a strong warrior.