The Complete English Poems

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Penguin, 1991 - 460 páginas
This important new edition of the worlds of George Herbert contains the complete English poems, together with the major prose pieces - the poet's own "A Priest to the Temple" and Izaak Walton's "Life of Herbert."

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VI
3
VII
5
VIII
6
IX
22
X
23
XI
31
XII
33
XIV
34
C
113
CII
114
CIII
115
CIV
116
CV
117
CVI
118
CVII
119
CVIII
120

XVI
35
XVII
36
XVIII
37
XIX
38
XX
39
XXII
40
XXIII
41
XXIV
43
XXV
44
XXVI
45
XXVII
46
XXVIII
47
XXIX
48
XXXI
49
XXXII
50
XXXIV
51
XXXV
52
XXXVII
53
XXXVIII
54
XL
55
XLI
56
XLII
57
XLIV
58
XLV
59
XLVII
60
XLVIII
61
L
62
LI
63
LIII
64
LIV
65
LV
66
LVI
67
LVII
68
LVIII
70
LIX
71
LXI
72
LXII
73
LXIII
74
LXIV
75
LXV
76
LXVI
77
LXVII
78
LXIX
79
LXX
80
LXXI
81
LXXII
82
LXXIII
83
LXXIV
85
LXXV
86
LXXVI
87
LXXVIII
88
LXXX
89
LXXXI
90
LXXXII
91
LXXXIII
92
LXXXIV
94
LXXXV
95
LXXXVI
96
LXXXVII
97
LXXXVIII
98
LXXXIX
99
XC
101
XCI
102
XCII
103
XCIII
104
XCV
105
XCVI
106
XCVII
107
XCVIII
108
CIX
122
CX
123
CXI
124
CXII
125
CXIII
126
CXIV
127
CXV
128
CXVI
129
CXVII
130
CXVIII
131
CXIX
132
CXX
133
CXXI
135
CXXIII
137
CXXIV
138
CXXV
139
CXXVI
142
CXXVII
143
CXXVIII
144
CXXIX
145
CXXX
146
CXXXI
147
CXXXIII
148
CXXXIV
149
CXXXV
150
CXXXVI
151
CXXXVII
152
CXXXVIII
154
CXXXIX
156
CXL
157
CXLI
158
CXLIII
159
CXLV
160
CXLVII
161
CXLIX
162
CL
163
CLI
164
CLII
165
CLIII
166
CLV
167
CLVI
168
CLVII
169
CLVIII
170
CLIX
172
CLX
173
CLXI
174
CLXIII
175
CLXIV
176
CLXV
177
CLXVII
178
CLXVIII
179
CLXIX
186
CLXX
188
CLXXIII
189
CLXXIV
190
CLXXV
191
CLXXVI
192
CLXXVIII
194
CLXXIX
195
CLXXX
196
CLXXXI
198
CLXXXII
199
CLXXXIII
265
CLXXXIV
315
CLXXXV
324
CLXXXVI
453
CLXXXVII
456
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George Herbert, remembered as one of the greatest of the Metaphysical poets, was born on April 3, 1593 in Montgomery, Wales. He attended Trinity College, Cambridge. Herbert was a Fellow of Trinity, a public orator, the canon of Lincoln Cathedral and a rector in Bemerton. Herbert died on March 1, 1633. On his deathbed, he gave a manuscript of verses called The Temple to his friend, Nicolas Ferrar. Although Herbert wanted the manuscript burned, Ferrar had it published. The poems contained in the manuscript exalt God, but Herbert believed he was committing a sin of pride by creating an artistic work.

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