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Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection

Brotherton Library

Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection

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Published in Leeds .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clarke, Charles Cowden, -- 1787-1877 -- Bibliography,
  • Clarke, Mary Cowden, -- 1809-1898 -- Bibliography,
  • Novello family,
  • Novello, Vincent, -- 1781-1861 -- Library,
  • Clarke, Charles Cowden, -- 1787-1877 -- Library

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14597635M


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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brotherton Library. Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection. Leeds, (OCoLC) The collection forms part of the holdings of a Schubert Institute Research Centre, and is owned by the UK Schubert Institute.

Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection. The Novello-Cowden Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection book collection includes books and manuscript materials, particularly of musical subject matter, relating to the family and business of the music publisher Vincent. The Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection by Brotherton Library (Book) Letters to an enthusiast; being a series of letters addressed to Robert Balmanno, esq., of New York, by Mary Cowden Clarke (Book).

This book provides a framework of the main aspects of Catholic church music in this period, showing how and why it developed in the way it did. Dr Muir sets the music in its historical, liturgical and legal context, pointing to the ways in which the music itself can be used as evidence to throw light on the changing character of English.

The life and labours of Vincent Novello / by his daughter, Mary Cowden Clarke Clarke, Mary Cowden, [ Book: ] View online At 5 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 78,) The Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection Brotherton Library [ Book.

The Shakespeare key: a comprehensive guide to all features of Shakespeare's style, dramatic construction, and expression / [by] Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke Clarke, Charles Cowden, [ Book: ] At 2 libraries.

Mary Cowden Clarke, ‘Helen Kate Furness’, Shakespeariana, I (–84), The increasing role of women as critics and scholars of Shakespeare in the nineteenth century has parallels with women’s increasing involement in Browning scholarship: in for instance, Charlotte Porter launched the journal Poet-Lore ‘devoted to Shakespeare, Browning, and the Comparative Study of Cited by: 4.

By: Mary Victoria Novello Cowden Clarke () Posted in Relationships | Leave a Comment» Tags:double existence, mary victoria novello cowden clarke, poetry, two lives are lived by many a living soul. In Charles Cowden Clarke’s commonplace book (Brotherton Library, Leeds University, Novello-Cowden Clarke Collection MS 6) the chorus is anthologized as ‘Ode to Freedom’ and takes its place alongside other extracts of a radical tendency.

See Roe, Nicholas, John Keats and the Culture of Dissent (Oxford, ), Google ScholarAuthor: David Fairer.

Clarke, Judith –PERSONAL:Born Augin Sydney, Australia; daughter of Kenneth Edward (a production supervisor) and Sheila Iris Clarke; married Rashmi Desai (an anthropologist), Decem ; children: Yask. Education: University of New South Wales, B.A. Source for information on Clarke, Judith –: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary.

CLARKE, Judith PERSONAL: Born Augin Sydney, Australia; daughter of Kenneth Edward (a production supervisor) and Sheila Iris (Grey) Clarke; married Rashmi Desai (an anthropologist), Decem ; children: Yask. Education: University of New South Wales, B.A. Source for information on Clarke, Judith Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary.

'The Hunt Era' / Jeffrey N. Cox, Poetry and Politics in the Cockney School: Keats, Shelley, Hunt and their Circle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 0 9. Price: £40 ($). / The Examiner, Introduced by Yasuo Deguchi, 5 vols.

London: Pickering and Chatto, ISBN: 1 4. Price: £ Un article de la revue Romanticism on the Net (Numéro 14 Author: Nicholas Roe. Mrs. Cowden Clarke and the Novellos: Mary Victoria (Novello) Cowden Clarke (), British author, Shakespeare scholar, and friend of Annie Fields.

See also The Dictionary of National Biography, Vol pp. The collection was processed and a summary report first created inand revised in In Marchan initial EAD-encoded finding aid was created and then updated in In JanuaryDiann Benti created a box list for the collection and this updated version of the finding aid.

Novello-Cowden Clarke. Norah Smallwood, correspondence with some related material. Norah Evelyn Smallwood, the publisher, was born on 30 December in Little Kingshill, Buckinghamshire and died on 11 October in Westminster Hospital, London.

She was associated with Chatto & Windus from until her retirement in Double Existence by Mary Victoria Novello Cowden Clarke (22 March ) Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold (22 November ) Dream Song 14 by John Berryman (19 July ) Dream-Love by Louisa Sarah Bevington (22 December ) Dream-Pedlary by Thomas Lovell Beddoes (25 January ) Dream-Tryst by Francis Thompson (30 May ).

[Identification of item], James Thomas Fields Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Acquisition Information The bulk of the collection was received as the gift of A. Rosenbach, FI and FAC were received as the gift of Mr. and Mrs.

Benjamin Bole Jr. in and Boylston Beal, Gift, and Clarke, Charles Cowden () Author Clarke, Mary Victoria Cowden (), Shakespearean scholar Clayton, Sir Robert () Knight, MP, scrivener, Lord Mayor of London.

'The Hunt Era' / Jeffrey N. Cox, Poetry and Politics in the Cockney School: Keats, Shelley, Hunt and their Circle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 0 9.

Price: £40 ($). / The Examiner, Introduced by Yasuo Deguchi, 5 vols. London: Pickering and Chatto, ISBN: 1 4. Price: £ An article from journal Romanticism on the Net (Number 14 Author: Nicholas Roe.

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