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The bull by nature hath his horns

DMI number:
49691
First Line:
The bull by nature hath his horns
Last Line:
Both fire and sword to Beauty yield
Poem Genre / Form:
Anacreontic and Ode
Themes:
Beauty and Women / the female character
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Author:
Thomas Spelman
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
Content/Publication
Title:
A Poetical Rhapsody [1608] [S105120]
Page No(s):
I5v-I6r
Poem Title:
Ode II. A comparison Betwixt the strength of Beasts, and the wisdom of Man, and the beauty of a Woman's face.
Attribution:
Certaine Poemes vpon diuerse Subiects by the same Author
Attributed To:
Thomas Spelman
Title:
A Poetical Rhapsody [1611] [S105119]
Page No(s):
H6r; p. 157
Poem Title:
Ode II. A comparison betwixt the strength of beasts, and the wisdom of man, and the beauty of a woman's face.
Attribution:
Certaine Poemes vpon diuerse Subiects by the same Author
Attributed To:
Thomas Spelman
Title:
A Poetical Rhapsody [1621] [S109387]
Page No(s):
R5r; p. 249
Poem Title:
XXVII. Ode. A comparison betwixt the strength of beasts, and the wisdom of man, and the beauty of a woman's heart.
Attribution:
Certaine Poemes vpon diuerse Subiects by the same Author
Attributed To:
Thomas Spelman
Title:
A Poetical Rhapsody [S113564]
Page No(s):
I4v
Poem Title:
Ode II.
Attribution:
Certaine Poemes vpon diuerse Subiects by the same Author
Attributed To:
Thomas Spelman