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For the benefit of Mr. Christopher Smart
Theatre Royal (Drury Lane, London, England)
Written in English
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An Index to Mankind: Or Maxims Selected from the Wits of All Nations, for the Benefit of the Present Age, and of Posterity: Intermix'd with Some Curious Reflections, with a Preface by the Late Mr. Pope.: Christopher Smart: Books - Cecil Price, 'Six Letters by Christopher Smart', RESiss viii (), I am indebted to hlrs Karina Williamson, the editor of the Oxford edition of Smart's Poetical Works now in progress, for a number of helpful suggestions. Arthur Sherbo, Christopher Smart, Scholar of the University (East Lansing, ), p. NOTES
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Get this from a library. For the benefit of Mr. Christopher Smart At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, on Saturday the 3d of February,will be presented a tragedy, call'd Merope. [Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, England)]. This is a delightful book, containing an extract from Christopher Smart's eighteenth century poem 'Jubilate Agno'.
Smart spent several years of his later life in what was then called a 'Lunatick asylum', where he was detained suffering from what appears to have been bipolar disorder/5(5). During Smart's younger years, Fairlawne was the residence of Christopher Vane and Elizabeth Holles Vane, and Christopher Vane who bequeathed £ to Smart.
He is supposed to have received so much money due to his father's closeness to the Vane family, his being named after Christopher Vane, and the young boy was considered "the pride of Fairlawn". Christopher Smart studied at Durham Grammar School () before enrolling in Pembroke College Cambridge as a sizar in (B.A.
FellowM.A. ); at Cambridge he edited The Student () and five times won the Seatonian Prize. - Buy An Index to Mankind: Or Maxims Selected from the Wits of All Nations, for the Benefit of the Present Age, and of Posterity: Intermix'd with Some with a Preface by the Late Mr. Pope book online at best prices in India on Read An Index to Mankind: Or Maxims Selected from the Wits of All Nations, for the Benefit of the Present Age, Author: Christopher Smart.
Close section Poems on Smart. Smart and Derrick; A Thought, on reading a bill for the acting of Merope at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane on Saturday the 3rd February; On hearing that the Tragedy of Merope was to be acted for the Benefit of Mr.
Smart; On Mr. Garrick's appearing in a new Entertainment for the Benefit of Mr. Smart. Christopher Smart was an English poet of the s, as famous for his involuntary confinements as for his poetry.
After a fit of illness, he became obsessed with religion and rarely ceased praying. His father-in-law placed him in asylum and it was there that he /5(). Find Providence: an oratorio.
The recitatives are selected from the Cambridge prize-poems of Christopher Smart: except where the necessity of a proper add a few lines.
Set to music by Mr. Fisher by Christopher Smart - An Index to Mankind: Or Maxims Selected from the Wits of All Nations, for the Benefit of the Present Age, and of Posterity: By Mrs Mary Mid by Christopher Smart available in Trade Paperback on PowellThe 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding.
On the goodness of the Supreme Being. A poetical essay. By Christopher Smart, by: Smart, Christopher, Published: (). |a Smart, Christopher, |d 1: 3 |a An index to mankind |h [electronic resource]: |b or maxims selected from the wits of all nations, for the benefit of the present age, and of posterity: intermix'd with some curious reflections, with a preface by the late Mr.
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Set to music by Mr. Fisher by Christopher Smart and millions of more used, rare, and out-of-print books. Christopher Smart was born on Ap in Shipbourne, Kent, England. His father, a steward on the estate of Lord Vane, died when Smart was eleven.
Smart attended the Durham School and was later educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, where he was well known for his Latin verses. Poet Christopher Smart was born on Ap He was a contemporary and friend of Samuel Johnson and other literary figures of the day.
He was also the son-in-law of publisher John Newbery, the man for whom the Newbery Award is named. Newbery was Christopher Smart’s publisher, but the two eventually had a falling out because of money. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: "Community of mind:" Christopher Smart and the poetics of allusion / Marcus Walsh --"Action and speaking are one": A logological reading of Smart's prophetic rhetoric / Edward Joseph Katz --Syntax and paradigm in Smart's Hymns for the amusement of children / Mark Booth --Smart.
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Taking Christopher Smart's audacious and hitherto underexplored Midwife, or Old Woman's Magazine () as her primary source, Min Wild provides a rich examination of the prizewinning Cambridge poet's adoption of the bizarre, sardonic 'Mary Midnight' as. I have often wondered what happened to mad Christopher Smart's inspiring cat when Smart left Bedlam after four years, so in honor of that great cat, and in hopes that the happy future your cat seems sure to enjoy with you will somehow redound across the centuries to the benefit of a namesake with perhaps a similarly challenging history: Jeoffry.
This account corresponds roughly to the lives of both John Clare (–) and Christopher Smart (–’71), though it ignores much of what set the two poets apart. An archetypical urban poet, the son of a bailiff, Smart spent years on Grub Street writing satires, poems, attacks on his contemporaries, and flurries of hackwork, much of.