3 edition of Poems, by Mrs. Opie. found in the catalog.
Poems, by Mrs. Opie.
Amelia Alderson Opie
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The Oxford Nursery Rhyme Book contains nursery rhymes and ditties which are the heritage of our oral tradition. All the well-known rhymes are included as well as many rare ones. Special sections are devoted to lullabies and dandling rhymes, toe rhymes, catches, charms, traditional street cries, riddle verses, nursery maxims, and humorous /5. British Critic Volume 20 nov. Longman, and Rees. “Poems by Mrs. Opie.” British Critic, vol. 20, no. 18, Nov. , pp. – Art. Poems. By Mrs. Opie. 12mo. pp. n and Rees. The poetical talent of Mrs. Opie (formerly Miss Alderson) are generally known; but whatever may have been though of them, either from former proofs, or from the contents of the present.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Biographical sketch: v. 1, p. 5 V. 1. Madeline. Adeline Mowbray. Simple tales. The black velvet pelisse. The death-bed. The fashionable wife. The robber. The mother and son. Love and duty. The soldier's return. The brother Pages: In later years, Mrs. Opie received many honors as she continued to turn out new works. The first book she and her husband wrote together, "I Saw Esau," was .
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Martha J. Opie: : Books. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Opie, Amelia, Poems, by Mrs. Opie. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne, (OCoLC) Condition: Very Good.
Mrs. Opie. THE WARRIOR'S RETURN, AND OTHER POEMS. Philadelphia: Bradford & Inskeep, pp. 8vo. Quarter leather/marbled paper-covered boards, leather tips.
contemporary signature onprevious owner's bookplate on front pastedown andminor foxing throughout text, some rubbing on edges, Poems, overall.
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Thomas Brown’s review of Amelia Opie’s Poems () in the inaugural issue of the Edinburgh Review is remarkable, certainly, for a number of aesthetic and formal reasons, but also for its singular occasion: the article by Mrs. Opie. book the only one in the first issue to review the work of a woman and the by Mrs.
Opie. book one, at least for the first ten issues, to review the work of a woman poet.1 In succeeding Author: Kim Wheatley. The Works of Mrs. Amelia Opie: Madeline. Adeline Mowbray. Simple Tales. the Black Velvet Pelisse. the Death-Bed. the Fashionable Wife.
the Robber. the Mother and Son. Love and Duty. the Soldier's Return. the Brother and Sister. the Revenge. the Uncle and by. Iona and Peter Opie are renowned for their pioneering work on children's lore and literature.
They are the authors of many books including The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes and The Oxford Book of Children's Verse/5(6).
Few women in the late eighteenth/early nineteenth century were able to achieve national celebrity, but Amelia Opie did . As a young Norwich woman she became a well-known author, publishing several novels and works of poetry.
Her luminous friends included Lady Caroline Lamb, Mary Wollstonecraft (A Vindication of the Rights of Woman), Sir Joshua Reynolds.
The poetry by Mrs. Opie Unknown Binding – January 1, by Felix Yaniewicz (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Author: Felix Yaniewicz. AMES, Ernest. The maid's progress; illus. by Mrs Ernest Ames. London: Grant Richards,x cm. Opie PP 7. Iona Margaret Balfour Opie, CBE, FBA (13 October – 23 October ) and Peter Mason Opie (25 November – 5 February ) were an English married team of folklorists, who applied modern techniques to children's literature, summarised in their studies The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes () and The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren ().
Amelia Opie divided her time between London and Norwich. She was a friend of writers Sir Walter Scott, Richard Brinsley Sheridan and Madame de Stael. Inthrough the influence of Joseph John Gurney, she joined the Society of Friends.
After a book entitled Detraction Displayed and contributions to periodicals, she wrote nothing more. Amelia Opie (12 November - 2 December ), was an English poet and novelist who published numerous works in the Romantic era of the early 19th century. Opie was born at Norwich.
In she married John Opie, the painter. Her 1st acknowledged work was Father and Daughter (), which had a favourable reception, and was followed by Adeline Mowbray (), Temper (), Tales from Real. Mother Goose's Little Treasures () is a compilation book of 22 old stories (mainly prose with seldom rhymes) transcribed by Iona Opie and illustrated by Rosemary Wells.
Each story/rhyme prose takes up pages due to the illustrations; most stories consists of lines, with a rhyme every 2 or 3 lines/5. Get this from a library.
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Excerpt from The Warrior's Return, and Other Poems Lines on the Opening of a Spring Campaign. Lines on the Place de la Concorde at Paris. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical : Mrs.
Amelia Alderson Opie. Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep, First US Edition. 12mo, pp. Bound in publisher's full calf with leather label, contemporry name on end paper, Mary W Chadeayne a near fine copy.
CBEL III, ; Imprints There were two versions published by the same printer inPhiladelphia and NY. The NY imprint is by Inskeep and Bradford, the Philadelphia one by Bradford and Inskeep. (Mrs. Opie donated half the value.) Now UMI ® brings The Opie Collection of Children's Literature on microfiche to scholars everywhere.
Organized into units by book type, the collection is particularly valuable to students of literature, history, developmental psychology, linguistics, sociology, early childhood education, and related disciplines. A Guide to the Amelia Opie Manuscript Material in the Pforzheimer Collection - Holograph poem, "To Mrs.
Lemaistre at Paris, on commonplace book. Shelved under "Favell." Bound mss. volumes Holograph poem, "Lines written on the foregoing," signed: 3.Additional Physical Format: Print version: Opie, Amelia, Poems. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, (OCoLC) Material Type. Early in Mrs.
Opie published a volume of poems which went through six editions, the last appearing in It contained several pretty songs. One of the most popular, ‘Go, youth beloved, in distant glades,’ was quoted approvingly by Sydney Smith in one of his lectures on moral philosophy at the Royal Institution (–5).