Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Literary and oral genre rooted in the compressed and cogent imaginative awareness or associations of experiences, ideas, or emotional responses and arranged under an organized criterion of meaning, conscious and unconscious expression, symbolism, formal or informal pattern, sound, and rhythm. The genre encompasses narrative, dramatic, satiric, didactic, erotic, and personal forms.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of manuscript poems by 56 minor British poets. Includes prose and 3 photographs. Poets include: Alfred Austin, Mary Elizabeth Braden, "Alfred Crowquill," Francis Jeffrey, J. Sheridan Knowles, Lord John Russell, Charles Augustus Sala, and Martin F. Tupper.
Bound autograph manuscript poems with additional loose leaves, by Arthur Benoni Evans (b.1781-1854), British poet and writer during the Romantic period. Includes a watercolor by Benoni. Total: approximately 140 pages.
Papers of the American poet James Ryder Randall (1839-1908), who is best remembered for his poem "Maryland, My Maryland". The collection includes autograph letters to/from Randall, poetry manuscripts, photographs of the poet, newspaper clippings and printed ephemera.Folder 4 contains a fair copy autograph manuscript signed by the author of "Maryland, My Maryland." Autograph note by Edward Devitt, S.J., on verso of page 2: "Presented by the author to his former school-mate at G.T....
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The John Bannister Tabb papers consist of more than 40 letters, manuscripts, and cards sent from Fr. Tabb to Dr. Thomas R. Price and Price's family. The letters touch on Fr. Tabb's poetry and publishing matters. A few poems by Fr. Tabb are written among the letters. Most of the letters were sent by Fr. Tabb from St. Charles College in Ellicott City, Maryland. Several prnted items about Fr. Tabb are also retained.