First Edition. 132. (1756), From: Blades, East & Blades,, London, 1896. The first one, the “superficial” reader, would keep characteristics in common with the reader of traditional poetry. Endpapers foxed, with very slight surface wear, otherwise sound, clean, very good or better. In the first place, they remember the reader history is made of particles, of incomplete pieces of information that are not always reliable. Because of the favourable image it created of the king, John Milton was assigned by the regicides to reply to it, which he did in his "Eikonoklastes". (CD) Canada: Blue Chopsticks. Name and date on front free endpaper, mild browning to free emdpapers from pastedowns, ptherwise Very Good. In addition to that, we have to recognize contemporary poetry is making use of materials coming from a multitude of sources (history, science, literature, culture, social events, mass media, etc.) Susan Howe is an American poet, whose work, despite being associated with L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poets, often pushes the boundaries of genre and style. Small 8vo, approximately 160 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, engraved frontispiece, pages: [8], [1]-93, [3 - blanks], title page, 3-79, [1 - blank], title page, 1-46, 33-56 (collates as ESTC), bound in full contemporary sheep with the King's crown in gilt to upper and lower covers and blind rules, gilt lettered label to spine. In the first place, it is particularly noticeable that the role feminism is acquiring and how many writers, of all genders, deal with different aspects of women´s lives in their works. Posted on September 26, 2013 by hringioggrafir. Bernard Quaritch Ltd, London, first edition, 1950 Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! More information about this seller Eikon basilike:, or the picture of the late King James drawn to the life. 29.5cm by 24cm. Tompkins, Jane P., ed. It is characteristic of this technique the use of beautiful visual compositions, as we can observe in the following example. Original quarter cloth backed boards, printed paper spine label, title-page printed in red and black, printed on hand-made paper., teg o/w uncut. All leaves appear to be present, though not bound with original flyleaves. London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1693. Hard Cover. | Contact this seller Hardcover. Established in 2000 and edited by Denise Enck, Empty Mirror is an online literary magazine that publishes new work each Friday. First edition, one of 1000 copies. As an example, we have selected just the words “The Child of Atsumori,” “Maternal Image,” and “Double play of double meaning,” being probably this last one the key for interpreting the poem. These poets represent that group of artists who will enjoy using traditional metrical patterns while working with current themes; this is a current particularly important during the ’80s and ’90s (Dacey and Jaus 1986). Seller Inventory # 256708. Limited edition #25 of 150 copies signed by the publisher. Rovira, James, ed. Your email address will not be published. The reason is that we consider her as one of the most experimental poets of our time. Jacket spine browned; 8.70 X 5.60 X 0.90 inches; 201 pages. More information about this seller First edition. Eikon Basilike. – The “deep” reader. (1986) Strong Measures: Contemporary American Poetry in Traditional Forms. Howe Susan. Mark Scroggins In 1995, during the heady early days ... Eikon Basilike was first published in 1989. (CD) Canada: Blue Chopsticks. pp [8], 143, [82], xi, [3] plates. Front joint lightly cracked. Richard Baron's edition of Eikonoklastes was first published in Baron's edition of Milton's Prose Works in 1753, and this first separate edition appeared in this quarto volume of 96 pages in 1756. This book covers the life, reign, and execution of Charles I and refutes many of the negative claims against him as King. Richard Baron's edition of Eikonoklastes was first published in Baron's edition of Milton's Prose Works in 1753, and this first separate edition appeared in this quarto volume of 96 pages in 1756. Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share . (1660), From: Other names Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Paradigm Pr. Layered and allusive, her work draws on early American history and primary documents, weaving quotation and image into poems that often revise standard typography. Hardcover. Previous owner's name label on front endpaper, otherwise very clean and fresh. (2003) Sounds of Poetry: Contemporary American Performance Poets. On certain occasions, it becomes an artistic object to be read aloud accompanied by music,7 a poetic composition denominated “performance poetry” that is becoming quite popular nowadays (Finch 2002: 341-350; Novak 2011: 19-45). Small folio. The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Maiestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings, [printed by John Grismond for Richard Royston], [London]. Limited Edition. We have denominated them: “Alphabet Soup,” “One for All” and “Going Beyond.”. Hanaver, David Ian and Dyanne Rivers. Here we have an excellent example of it. However, the reader loses all these references when there is a drastic change in the presentation of the poem, both at the level of form and content. Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! so sweet VG/Good. Condition: Near Fine. (Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.), About this Item: [printed by John Grismond for Richard Royston], [London], 1649. A Bibliography of the King's Book or, Eikon Basilike. Bernard Quaritch Ltd, London, first edition, 1950, 1950. [vi], iv, [viii], 176[2]pp, steel engraved series title-page, engraved title-page vignette, decorated capitals. VG/Good. Moderate foxing to cover, once red edges only slightly faded, name stamp to head fep, fldg illustration page intatct, small pencil tick to one page, very clean content, binding very good. A collection of poems using fractured structure and layout to disrupt text often appropriated from historical sources, including drawing from the Eikon Basilike. Octavo; 18 cm. (Oxford, United Kingdom), About this Item: London printed for H. Brome and H. Marsh at the Gun in Ivy-Lane and at the Princes Arms in Chancery-Lane near Fleetstreet, 1660. The technique consists of establishing relationships between the different words looking for common characteristics: same semantic fields, same linguistic category, or some possible relationship with extra-textual sources. Published by and so cold. They started to be conceived as builder of meaning, and, in some occasions, like a kind of modern detective who followed the possible clues the poet had left in order to be able to create a coherent message, one of the multitudes of interpretations a poem could have as there was no longer just a valid one. More information about this seller 8vo. Published by Rosenblatt, Louise M. (1978) The Reader, the Text, the Poem: the Transactional Theory of the Literary Work. It can also be accompanied by dispersion of lines on the surface of the page. Madan here provides full descriptions of 81 editions of the Eikon, numerous connected works, and the extensive literature of the authorship controversy. Besides, the poem was also expected to keep a rigid formal structure that was not allowed to be abandoned, either. First edition., 1693. The reader would center their attention on the way poetry interrupts the prose sections. Hardcover. Slight wear to head of spine, othewise Very Good. Small 8vo, approximately 160 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, engraved frontispiece, pages: [8], [1]-93, [3 - blanks], title page, 3-79, [1 - blank], title page, 1-46, 33-56 (collates as ESTC), bound in full contemporary sheep with the King's crown in gilt to upper and lower covers and blind rules, gilt lettered label to spine. 2019. http://www.merriam-webster.com (1 October 2019). 3 I’ll employ the term “contemporary poetry” to refer to those works produced at the period which covers the end of the 20th century (starting in the ´80s) to the present day. 12mo (165 x 95 mm; 6½ x 3¾ inches). HOWE, Susan. vii, 96pp. (1648), From: Now rebound in an early to mid-20th century quarter cloth binding, with green floral endpapers, and the binders emblems of the torch press bookshop, IOWA, and John Howell, Importer, San Francisco. FIRST EDITION, third state, with correct pagination in quire G. Originally attributed to Charles I, the bibliographer Falconer Madan believes it was written by John Gauden, who probably included some authentic writings of the king. Beginning from his birth 1630. unto this present year, 1660. Merriam-Webster.com. (Columbia, MO, U.S.A.), About this Item: London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1693. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Susan Howe, My Emily Dickinson 1 The author of the Eikon Basilike believed that it was ‘far better to hold to primitive and uni-form Antiquity, than to comply with divided novelty’. Overall, a very attractive copy [8], 269 pp. Published by MW Books Ltd 1st Edition. Free Shipping Worldwide. Madan #1, 3; Pforzheimer 171 (note) Bound in 20th-century black crushed morocco, gilt-lettered spine, marbled endpapers, a.e.g., by Rivière and Son. Susan Howe (born June 10, 1937) is an American poet, scholar, essayist and critic, who has been closely associated with the Language poets, among others poetry movements. you were probably 1809 Photos available upon request. 3. Beckett Tom; Howe Susan. We have denominated the second strategy, “One for All,” and it would be applicable to poems where there is a slight fragmentation, where the reader can still rely on the poem because there are still readable sentences that provide information. First edition., 1693. New York: Cornell University Press, 1966. Williams, as representative of the Modernist movement, provides a poem without superfluous elements. Eikon Basilike Deutera. London printed for H. Brome and H. Marsh at the Gun in Ivy-Lane and at the Princes Arms in Chancery-Lane near Fleetstreet. So, two people reading the same poem are going to manifest different reactions and different readings determined by their own experiences, and no author can agglomerate them into a single poem. From the Kings Library edited by Israel Gollancz. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press. A Bibliography of the King's Book; Or Eikon Basilike | Susan Howe | ISBN: 9780945926139 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Posts about Susan Howe written by hringioggrafir. To which is added, AN ORIGINAL LETTER TO MILTON, never before published. Condition: As Described. 4to. Providence: Paradigm. (1896), From: Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Written in simple, direct, and moving language, it quickly ran through some 47 editions and was translated into several languages. More information about this seller Scholes, Robert. Unpaginated. First edition. Book Bungalow George Jeffery Books The present edition, which follows the text of the first edition as re-issued in 1649, includes supplemental material from other editions and incorporates the results of research completed since the last edition appeared in 1904". Bound into black cloth with silver lettering to the spine. The four listed errata have also been corrected in the text in a neat contemporary hand, as was done in a 1st ed 1st (or 2nd) print of the 8vo copy listed on abe by Flora books. Early 20th-century half calf, marbled boards, all edges gilt, by Zaehnsdorf. From all these parameters, the aesthetic one was usually recognized as one of the most important. Seller Inventory # 45754. Details: Collation complete with all pages: 46p References: Wing W 218; Lowndes 2803 Language: English Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~7.25in X 4.5in (18.5cm x 11cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Illustrated with many reproductions of title-pages. | Contact this seller Many poets wish to awake the reader´s consciousness provoking their reaction against certain events they wish to denounce through their works. Seller Inventory # 46583. Quarter Cloth. Susan Howe. (2004) Poetry and the Meaning of Life: Reading and Writing Poetry in Language Arts Classrooms. Howe muses on the work itself, the publication history and dubious authorship. A few hours after the King's execution, his Eikon Basilike was in the hands of the people. Binding: Leather; tight and secure References: BM Catalogue; Wing C 2075; Almack 61; Lowndes I:413.; Madan 65 o Eikon Basilike often attributed to John Gauden Language: English Size: ~14.5in X 9.75in (37cm x 24.5cm) We find this same edition having sold at Christie s auction house in 2010 for $3,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. First Edition. See: Francis F. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, page 112, No 133 and page 191 image 28. (2007) Reading Poetry: An Introduction. (1993) Prospecting: From Reader Response to Literary Anthropology. “poetry”. With the arrival of Modernism, and later on, Avant-Garde movements, a revolution would take place in the literary scene (Jenkins 2008: 2-6; Finch 2002: 400-411). From: Apollinaire's Bookshoppe (Toronto, ON, Canada) Seller Rating: Add to Basket US$ 359.47. In Xochitl In Cuicatl: Poets Nezahualcoyotl and Humberto Ak’abal, Visionary Markings: Em Dashes and Ellipses in Walt Whitman’s “Talbot Wilson” Notebook, Historical Punctum: Reading Natasha Trethewey’s Bellocq’s Ophelia and Native Guard Through the Lens of Roland Barthes’s Camera Lucida, Visual poems from 23 Bodhisattvas by Chris Stephenson, Panic In The Rear-View Mirror: Exploring The Work of Richard Siken and Ann Gale. This article examines the role of Susan Howe's visual experimentation in her poetic investigation of history through a reading of her long poem Eikon Basilike (1989). Bound in mottled calf. However, more often than not, originality also requires breaking the rules, both at a syntactic and a semantic level. | Contact this seller More information about this seller Octavo; 18 cm. Handsome volume. (1989), From: Published by Joining all the clues, the reader could imagine the poem is Howe´s recreation of an ancient myth using a modern presentation where the fragments remind of two aspects. Strachan, John and Richard Terry. Lacks the portrait. (2010) That This. 29.5cm by 24cm. Furthermore, what is the reader expected to do? Home; About; Tag Archives: Susan Howe Post navigation from A Bibliography of the King’s Book or, Eikon Basilike BY SUSAN HOWE. 6 plates and numerous illustrations. Condition: Very Good. First edition. They point to a religious service, probably a funeral, if we take into consideration all those terms that suggest silences and words in a low voice. The four listed errata have also been corrected in the text in a neat contemporary hand, as was done in a 1st ed 1st (or 2nd) print of the 8vo copy listed on abe by Flora books. D´haen, Theo and Pieter Vermeulen, ed. First Edition. [British Museum Catalog denotes 1st edition), 1662. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. So, for example, there is a significant group whose interest goes around a particular use of the written language. It is obvious they make reference to some episodes related to Charles I´s death as there are references to Heaven and expressions like “Joy and Comfort” that contain essential religious connotations. It is important to notice these techniques are not used in isolation. : 1648, 1648. First edition. | Contact this seller For centuries the poetic work has had to fulfill specific parameters (aesthetic, acoustic, formal, or content) to be considered as such (Wolosky 2001: 16-21; Puktas 2006:1-4; Strachan and Terry 2011: 23-46). Seller Inventory # 003265. In this poem, there seem to be several words referred to the countryside as it is the case of “milk,” “pasture,” “willow,” and “leaves” which could locate the action in a country area. She has also published several articles on Howe´s work such as "Innovation and Tradition: Susan Howe and the Difficulty of Printing Art in Printed Form," "Una proyección literaria en clave histórica de la América colonial," "Representaciones de la figura de Carlos I de Inglaterra en la Literatura Contemporánea: Teatralidad y Santidad," or "La Búsqueda de la identidad en la literatura contemporánea: el ejemplo de Susan Howe.” She has also participated in different literary congress around Europe (Dublin, Vienna, London, Lisbon, Oporto, Aalborg, Valladolid, etc.). | Contact this seller First Thus Edition. Based on a paper read before the Bibliographical Society, London, May 21, 1894. Nevertheless, sometimes, that task becomes almost impossible to achieve, as we have already commented. The reader was considered just a receiver of a message transmitted by a poet who used a supposedly prescribed code. 143, [82], xxi, [4] pp, .2 facs, 4 colour plates. Moderate foxing to cover, once red edges only slightly faded, name stamp to head fep, fldg illustration page intatct, small pencil tick to one page, very clean content, binding very good. Seller Inventory # 013235. Nonetheless, completely servicable, in no immediate need of attention, and above average condition for the period. Sequitur Books Blades, East & Blades, London, first edition, large paper, 1896 They belong to the exposition the poet Susan Howe made of her book Tom Tit Tot (2013) at Yale Union (Oregon).8. I will use examples from contemporary poets3 that would help me to illustrate relevant aspects concerning the role of the reader or the possible ways that they have to approach this type of poetry where there is such a disruption between form and content. 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