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The variant issues of Shakespeare"s second folio and Milton"s first published English poem

Robert Metcalf Smith

The variant issues of Shakespeare"s second folio and Milton"s first published English poem

a bibliographical problem

by Robert Metcalf Smith

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Published by R. West in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Bibliography -- Folios. 1632.,
  • Milton, John, 1608-1674 -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Metcalf Smith.
    SeriesCircular (Lehigh University. Institute of Research)., no. 4., Circular (Lehigh University. Institute of Research) ;, no. 14., Lehigh University publications ;, vol. 2, no. 3.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8813 .S55 1978, PR2751.A2 .S55 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4722379M
    ISBN 100849225086
    LC Control Number78009711
    OCLC/WorldCa3933538

    Shawcross, John (), Milton: A Bibliographyfor the Years (Binghamton) Smith, R. M. (), "The Variant Issues of Shakespeare's First Folio and Milton's First Published English Poem: A Bibliographical Problem", Lehigh University Publications 2, no. 3. The Second Folio corrected some of the textual errors present in the First Folio and is notable for containing the first appearance of John Milton in print, his anonymous "Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W. Shakespeare," was composed about two years before the publication of the Second Folio while Milton was a student at Cambridge.

    c. 6 variant issues were published, d. It perhaps became a quick classic: in , Dryden asks Milton's permission to turn it into an opera. 2. the poem was published as 12 books, with chapter summaries, 15 extra lines, Milton's comments on ``The Verse,'' and poems by Marvell and Dr. Samuel Barrow. 3. John Milton (9 December – 8 November ) was an English poet and intellectual, who served as a civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under its Council of State and later under Oliver cateringwhidbey.com wrote at a time of religious flux and political upheaval, and is best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost (), written in blank verse, widely considered to be one of the greatest Born: 9 December , Bread Street, .

    By some miracle never yet explained, at age 24 he managed to get a line encomium included in the Second Folio of the Bard’s collected works, Quite a coup! And this brand new M.A., never before published, used this brief poem to contradict Shakespeare’s chief rival, the great Ben Jonson, whose line panegyric had graced the First. Mar 17,  · The First Folio was a commercial success and was followed only nine years later by the Second Folio, published in and providing a page-by-page reprint of the First. The present copy of the Second Folio also contains the iconic portrait of Shakespeare by .


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The variant issues of Shakespeare's second folio and Milton's first published English poem: A bibliographical problem [Robert Metcalf Smith] on cateringwhidbey.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE VARIANT ISSUES OF SHAKESPEARE'S SECOND FOLIO AND MILTON'S FIRST PUBLISHED ENGLISH POEM: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL PROBLEM I THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL STATUS OF THE SECOND FOLIO The first efforts toward a bibliography of the Sec­ ond Folio of Shakespeare may be found in the publi­ cations of Mr.

James Lenox of New York, and of Mr. Justin Winsor of Boston. The variant issues of Shakespeare's second folio and Milton's first published English poem: a bibliographical problem. [Robert Metcalf Smith] Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Robert Metcalf Smith is the author of The Variant Issues Of Shakespeare's Second Folio And Milton's First Published English Poem ( avg rating, 1 rati 5/5(1).

Variant issues of Shakespeare's second folio and Milton's first published English poem, a bibliographical problem. Bethlehem, Pa., Lehigh University [] (OCoLC) Nov 08,  · The Second Folio contains a portrait of the Bard and provides a page-by-page reprint of the First, however it now includes the earliest appearance of John Milton’s epitaph on Shakespeare.

The UBC Rare Books and Special Collections’ copy of the Second Folio is in fairly good condition, excluding the detachment of its back cover.

“ On Shakespeare,” though composed infirst appeared anonymously as one of the many encomiums in the Second Folio () of Shakespeare’s plays. It was Milton’s first published poem in English.

In the line epigram Milton contends that no man-made monument is a suitable tribute. Milton’s father was a trustee of the Blackfriar’s Theatre, where Shakespeare’s company of actors, the King’s Men, began performing inthe year after Milton’s birth.

And Milton’s first published poem appeared anonymously in the second folio of Shakespeare’s plays under the title “An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke. Shakespeare's Second Folio, The Second Folio, Nine years after the First Folio, the Second Folio was printed, which reflected the continuing interest in the playwright's work.

It contains the same plays as the First Folio, but was also the first attempt at a systematic 'edit' of Shakespeare's. London' and includes the first printing of John Milton's first published English poem, 'An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W.

SHAKESPEARE', here in the second issue with the form 'starre-ypointed' [for 'starre-ypointing' in the first and third issues] in line 4 of the text. Apr 23,  · Also of note–the second Folio contains the first appearance in print of John Milton, who contributed a poem to the Effigies leaf that did not appear in the first edition.

Two more folio editions of Shakespeare’s plays were published by the beginning of the eighteenth century, followed by a number of important editions edited by authors such. The Second Folio was also the first place an English Poem of John Milton’s appeared in print, An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramaticke, which was written in It is thought that the publisher, Thomas Cotes, added this poem to the backside of the title page because John Milton was the son of a successful clerk whose shop was very close to Cotes’ printing shop.

VVilliam Shakespeares comedies, histories, and tragedies. Thumbnails EXPORT. May 13,  · "An epitaph on the admirable dramaticke," included for the first time in the second folio, is Milton's first published poem This edition was originally issued under a number of variant imprints ineach reflecting the names of different booksellers who had shares in the cateringwhidbey.com: In English verse, the heroic couplet was not a smoothly honed stanza until after Milton’s poetic career had concluded.

The poem was originally published under the title “An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramaticke Poet, W. Shakespeare,” though the title Milton used in the edition of his lyric poems has been accepted ever since.

Oct 04,  · The Variant Issues of Shakespeare's Second Folio and Milton's First Published English Poem: A Bibliographical Problem By Robert Metcalf Smith, PhD Published by.

Introduction "On Shakespear" was Milton's first published poem, appearing anonymously in the second folio of plays by Shakespeare ().There it bears the title, "An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, cateringwhidbey.comPEARE" but has no attribution.

Feb 12,  · "An epitaph on the admirable dramaticke," included for the first time in the second folio, is Milton's first published poem This edition was issued with numerous variant imprints, each reflecting the names of different booksellers who had shares in the venture.

Remainder stock was reissued, probably ca. and again at a later cateringwhidbey.com: Milton, the author of “Paradise Lost,” is regarded by some as second in prestige and influence only to Shakespeare in the English canon.

Shakespeare, of course, needs no introduction. "On Shakespeare" (), Milton's first published poem, a line eulogy written in iambic pentameter and heroic couplets, first appeared in print as "Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W.

The second folio is also significant for Milton collectors as it includes, on the Effigies leaf, his first published poem, entitled "An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W. Shakespeare." The original folio printing of Shakespeare's works in all likelihood owes its existence to two of the Bard's principle actors, Henry Condell and John.The Gutenberg Bible (first book mass-produced by moveable type, ) is a well-known folio.

Another is Shakespeares First Folio, at the center of the Folgers commemoration this year. Injust seven years after Shakespeares death, his colleagues John Heminge and Henry ondell collected Shakespeares plays and published them in the First Folio. This was the first time only an authors plays were published .Comparison of John Milton and Shakespeare Research Paper; The poem "On Shakespeare" was the first of Milton's works to be published.

It was composed during and published in the Second Folio of Shakespeare's play inwhere it appeared among other eulogies and verses in Shakespeare's honor (Poetry Foundation, ).