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Pieces selected from the italian poets [T140537] [gb]

DMI number:
1368
Publication Date:
1778
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
T140537
Shelfmark:
Google books - Oxford Taylorian
Full Title:
PIECES | SELECTED FROM THE | ITALIAN POETS, | By AGOSTINO ISOLA, | (TEACHER OF THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE,) | AND | TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH VERSE | BY SOME | GENTLEMEN OF THE UNIVERSITY. | [double rule] | CAMBRIDGE, | Printed by J. ARCHDEACON Printer to the UNIVERSITY; | And sold by J. WOODYER, T. & J. MERRILL, and by the | EDITOR, in Cambridge; | J. ROBSON & Co. in New | Bondstreet, London; | J. &. J. FLETCHER and | D. PRINCE, at Oxford; R. CRUTWELL, at | Bath, and J. &. C. BERRY, at Norwich. | [short rule] | M. DCC. LXXVIII.
Place of Publication:
Cambridge
Genres:
Collection of translations/imitations
Format:
Octavo
Comments:
Contents: contains Italian verse with English translations on facing pages.
Other matter:
Prefatory matter: Advertisement [2pp.]; Prefarory verse in Italian pp. [v]-xi.
References:
Google books copy: http://dbooks.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/books/PDFs/400195836.pdf
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Title:
Italian Poetry, selected from the best authors [N29039] [ecco]
Publication Date:
1797
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N29039
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1 of 1
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Title:
Pieces selected from the italian poets [T140538] [ecco]
Publication Date:
1784
ESTC No:
T140538
Volume:
1 of 1
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Content/Publication
First Line:
Tired with long toil Endymion lay reposed
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pp.3-5
Poem Title:
A Description of Endymion Sleeping. By Tassoni.
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First Line:
With languid heats while nature burns
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p.7
Poem Title:
A Song, By Metastasio. Hope.
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First Line:
Say didst thou gild with ore of earthly mine
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p.9
Poem Title:
A Sonnet, By Francis Petrarca.
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To the side of yon green mantled hill
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p.11
Poem Title:
Cantata, By Metastasio.
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Far in a wild for rural quiet made
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pp.13-15
Poem Title:
A Decsription [sic] of Somnus's Cavern. By Ariosto.
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First Line:
By nature's dictates we are taught
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p.17
Poem Title:
Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Praise to the mighty god whose hand
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pp.19-21
Poem Title:
A Triumphal Ode. From Metastasio.
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First Line:
If in the wood or on the lawn
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p.23
Poem Title:
The Effects of Peace. A Song. By Metastasio.
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Where my sweet life without my tender care
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p.25
Poem Title:
Orlando, Who bewails the Loss the beautiful Angelica. By Ariosto.
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First Line:
The swallow when relentless force
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p.27
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Pause Cupid pause and on our glory gaze
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p.29
Poem Title:
A Sonnet. By Francis Petrarca.
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First Line:
Ye thoughtless souls betrayed to strife
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pp.31-33
Poem Title:
Ode To Pleasure. By Peter Metastasio.
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First Line:
If you do not my passion approve
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p.33
Poem Title:
A Song. From Metastasio.
Attribution:
Translated by a Lady.
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First Line:
Forth to the world now rose the god of day
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pp.35-37
Poem Title:
Venus Passing Over The Sea. By Tassoni.
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First Line:
The shining taper's cheerful light
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p.39
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
How yonder cliff with whitening summit braves
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p.41
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Her form with richer charms was blessed
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pp.43-47
Poem Title:
Description Of The Beauty Of Alcina. By Ariosto.
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First Line:
Thou virgin rose whose opening leaves so fair
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p.49
Poem Title:
A Sonnet. From Metastasio.
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First Line:
Angels and denizens of realms above
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p.51
Poem Title:
A Sonnet. By Francis Petrarca. On the Death of Laura.
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First Line:
Ye gentle maids that over the mead
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p.53
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Long in secret caves confined
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p.55
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
When the poor dove with wild surprise
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p.57
Poem Title:
Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Such is her beauteous face suffused in tears
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p.59
Poem Title:
Olimpia Weeping. By Ariosto.
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First Line:
Not thee o Hymen fabled god I hail
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p.61
Poem Title:
A Sonnet. From Metastasio
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First Line:
All night she fled and all the live long day
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pp.63-65
Poem Title:
The Flight of Erminia. From Tasso.
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First Line:
Believe me dear girl when I swear
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p.67
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
Attribution:
Translated by a Lady.
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First Line:
The stout limbed oak that long has borne
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p.67
Poem Title:
By the Same.
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First Line:
That tender conduct I will choose
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p.69
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Dear happy woods and you ye lonely dells
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pp.71-79
Poem Title:
From the Pastor Fido of Guarino.
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First Line:
Gentle zephyr as you fly
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p.81
Poem Title:
A Song. From Metastasio. Fearful Love.
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First Line:
The wounded lion when the vital fire
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p.81
Poem Title:
By the Same.
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First Line:
Vain of each charm that conscious beauty knows
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pp.83-87
Poem Title:
Description Of The Beauty Of Armida. From Tasso.
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First Line:
The lion tyrant of the plain
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p.87
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Even yon low shrub whose senseless form
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p.89
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio. Against Ingratitude.
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First Line:
The tender shrub luxuriant shoots
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p.89
Poem Title:
Another Translation.
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First Line:
The shaggy bear whom in her rocky cave
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p.91
Poem Title:
The Effects of Love and Rage. By Ariosto.
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First Line:
Ye generous souls whose steps pursue
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pp.93-95
Poem Title:
Ode To Virtue. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Tis hard to say barbarian if thy breast
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p.95
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio.
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First Line:
Thou gentle son of silence and of night
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p.97
Poem Title:
A Sonnet.
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First Line:
By thee midst fields of wild affray
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p.99
Poem Title:
A Song. By Metastasio. To Necessity.
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Since spring with his verdure is fled
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pp.101-115
Poem Title:
Summer, An Ode. By Metastasio.
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