Poems of Adoration

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9781528718530 - Poems of Adoration - Michael Field
9781528718530 - Poems of Adoration - Michael Field
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Poems of Adoration

Michael Field served as the joint pen name for Edith Emma Cooper (1862–1913) and her aunt Katharine Harris Bradley (1846–1914). Together, they produced around 40 works under the secret pseudonym until they were exposed, possibly as a result of revealing their identity to their friend Robert Browning. A fantastic collection of classic poetry not to be missed by fans and collectors of the secretive duo’s wonderful work.

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“Poems of Adoration” is a 1912 collection of poems by Michael Field. Michael Field served as the joint pen name for Edith Emma Cooper (1862–1913) and her aunt Katharine Harris Bradley (1846–1914). Together, they produced around 40 works under the secret pseudonym until they were exposed, possibly as a result of revealing their identity to their friend Robert Browning. A fantastic collection of classic poetry not to be missed by fans and collectors of the secretive duo’s wonderful work. The poems include: “Desolation”, “Entbehren Sollst Du”, “Fregit”, “Sicut Parvuli”, “Aurum, Thus, et Myrrha—Alleluia”, “Holy Communion”, “Of Silence”, “Real Presence, “From the Highway”, “’That He Should Taste Death for Every Man’”, “Nimis Honorati Sunt”, “Blessed are the Beggars Matt. V. 3”, “The Blessed Sacrament”, etc. Other notable works by Field include: “The Father’s Tragedy” (1885), “Bellerophon” (1881), and “The Tragic Mary” (1890). As part of our poetry imprint “Ragged Hand” Read & Co. is republishing this classic collection of poetry now in a new edition complete with a biography from “The New Universal Encyclopaedia, Vol IV” (1922).

Book Details

Author

Michael Field

Imprint

Ragged Hand - Read & Co.

ISBN

9781528718530, 9781528791571

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Pages

118

Publication Date

07 December 2020

Dimensions 5.5 × 8.5 in

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