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Prospectus and specimen of an intended national work

John Hookham Frere

Prospectus and specimen of an intended national work

intended to comprise the most interesting particulars relating to King Arthur and his Round Table

by John Hookham Frere

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Published also under title: Monk and giants.

Other titlesMonk and giants
Statementby William and Robert Whistlecraft [i.e. J.H. Frere].
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. in 1 ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18026280M

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Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended National Work: Intended to Comprise the Most Interesting ParticularsAuthor: William Whistlecraft. Genre/Form: Arthurian romances Adaptations Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frere, John Hookham, Prospectus and specimen of an intended national work.

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Internally, the intended green cloth top cover has been tipped in to front pastedowm with its attractive gilt, black and red ink tooling, whilst the intended spine has been tipped into the ffep, intended decorative titlepage, followed by the Prospectus page stating amongst other things that the work will be published in 15 part at 2 shillings.

A minor contemporary poet, John Hookham Frere, using the pseudonym Whistlecraft had written a poem which appeared in with the title "Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stowmarket, in Suffolk, Harness and Collar Makers, Intended to Comprise the Most Interesting Particulars Relating.

Prospectus and specimen of an intended national work [Hardcover] by pseud. [from old catalog] [Frere, John Hookham]. [from old catalog],Whistlecraft, William and Robert | 1 Jan The first English poet to write mock-heroic ottava rima was John Hookham Frere, whose poem Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended National Work used the form to considerable effect.

Lord Byron read Frere's work and saw the potential of the form. He quickly produced Beppo, his first poem to. Page - Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stowmarket, in Suffolk, Harness and Collar Makers, intended to comprise the most interesting Particulars relating to King Arthur and his Round Table.

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The Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stow-market, in Suffolk, Harness and Collar-Makers. Intended to Comprise the most Interesting Particulars Relating to King Arthur and his Round Table, 1 as Frere’s poem was facetiously entitled, was sent to Byron by John Murray and carried to Author: Peter Vassallo.

Inhe published a mock-heroic Arthurian poem, Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stowmarket in Suffolk, Harness and Collar Makers. William Tennant in Anster Fair used the ottava rima for semi-burlesque poetry five years earlier, but Frere's experiment is interesting because Byron.

In he published a mock-heroic Arthurian poem entitled Prospectus and Specimen of an intended National Work, by William and Robert Whistlecraft, of Stowmarket in Suffolk, Harness and Collar Makers, intended to comprise the most interesting particulars relating to King Arthur and his Round Table.

John Hookham Frere is the author of Aristohpanes ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), A Miscellany ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published 20 /5.Wellbred quotes from YourDictionary: Wit is well-bred insolence. Wellbred Quotes Various well-bred moralities had already discreetly offered him their services: disillusioned epicureanism, smiling tolerance, resignation, common sense stoicism all the aids whereby a man may savour, minute by minute, like a connoisseur, the failure of a life.The first English poet to write mock-heroic ottava rima was John Hookham Frere, whose poem Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended National Work used the form to considerable effect.

Byron read Frere's work and saw the potential of the form.