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A complete concordance to the works of Richard Crashaw (c. 1613 - 21 August 1649). Crashaw was an English poet, known as "the divine," and became one of the central figures associated with the Metaphysical poets in 17th century English literature. He was educated at Charterhouse School and Pembroke College, Cambridge. After getting his degree, Crashaw began to publish religious poetry and to teach at Cambridge. During the English Civil War he was fired from his college position and went into exile in Italy. Crashaw's poetry is obviously from the Metaphysical tradition, marked by a focus on "love with the smaller graces of life and the profounder truths of religion, while he seems forever preoccupied with the secret architecture of things."
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"Robert M. Cooper has performed a useful service for readers of the poetry of Richard Crashaw by compiling this concordance to the English verse. Crucial to the value of a book of this type are its accuracy and its clarity; Professor Cooper's effort is worthy of plaudits on both counts."--AEB
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Book Description Whitston Pub Co Inc, 1980. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110878751882