Poetry and Revolution: An Anthology of British and Irish Verse, 1625-1660

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1 Text: From the monument of Lord Chief Justice Tanfield, died 1625, in the North Chapel of the Church of St John Baptist, Burford, Oxfordshire. Edition: ed. Alastair Fowler, The New Oxford Book of Seventeenth Century Verse, Oxford and New York, 1992, p. 1. This poem, at first apparently simple and grammatically opaque, resolves itself upon inspection into an artefact at once more complex and more lucid. The 'shadow' and the pronoun 'she' refer, in the first two stanzas to the effigies on the monument.
2 Text: Sir Francis Kynaston, Leoline and Sydanis...together with sundry affectionate addresses to his Mistress under the name of Cynthia, 1642, pp. 128-9. Edition: ed. George Saintsbury, Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, 3 vols. Oxford, 1905-21, ii. 159-60.
3 Text: Sir Francis Kynaston, Leoline and Sydanis, 1642, see no. 2, pp. 148-9. Edition: ed. George Saintsbury, see no. 2, ii. 171-2.
4 Text: Lady Mary Wroth, The Countesse of Montgomery's Urania, 1621 (separate pagination Pamphiha To Amphilianthus), pp. 4-5. Edition: ed. Josephine A. Roberts, The Poems of Lady Mary Wroth, Baton Rouge and London, 1983, p. 90. The copy-text here is the printed edition of 1621. The edition of Josephine A. Roberts follows Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, MS V.a.104 ( Pamphilia to Amphilianthus), an autograph manuscript perhaps dating from the first period of the circulation of the texts in 1613-20. This text exhibits a process of authorial revision moving towards the 1621 printed text. It did not, however, serve as the copy-text for the printed edition. At the expense of authorial accidentals, the text of 1621 would appear to represent Mary Wroth's final intentions for the poems themselves.
5 Text: Lady Mary Wroth, Urania, see no. 4, p. 15. Edition: ed. Josephine A. Roberts, see no. 4, p. 103.
6 Text: Lady Mary Wroth, Urania, see no. 4, p. 32. Edition: ed. Josephine A. Roberts, see no. 4, pp. 122-3.
7 Text: Lady Mary Wroth, Urania, see no. 4, pp. 45-46. Edition: ed. Josephine A. Roberts, see no. 4, p. 140.
8 Text: Robert Herrick, Hesperides: or, The Works both Humane and Divine of Robert Herrick Esq., 1648, p. 35; Scolar Press facsimile, Menston, 1969. Edition: ed. L. C. Martin, The Poetical Works of Robert Herrick, Oxford, 1956, p. 34.
9 Text: Hesperides, 1648, see no. 8, p. 42. Edition: ed. L. C. Martin, see no. 8, p. 40.
10 Text: Hesperides, 1648, see no. 8, p. 294. Edition: ed. L. C. Martin, see no. 8, p. 250.
11 Text: Hesperides, 1648, see no. 8, pp. 76-7. Edition: ed. L. C. Martin, see no. 8, p. 70.

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