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Poetry and the Making of the English Literary Past1660-1781$

Richard Terry

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780198186236

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198186236.001.0001

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(p.324) Appendix I: Pope’s ‘discourse on the rise and progress of English poetry, as it came from the Provincial poets’

(p.324) Appendix I: Pope’s ‘discourse on the rise and progress of English poetry, as it came from the Provincial poets’

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Poetry and the Making of the English Literary Past
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AERA I

RYMER, 2d part, pag. 65, 66, 67, 77.

Petrarch 78. Catal. of Provencals [Poets.]

1. School of Provence

Chaucer’s Visions, Romaunt ot the Rose,

Pierce Plowman, Tales from Boccace.

Gower.

2. School of Chaucer

Lydgate,

T. Occleve,

Walt. de Mapes,

Skelton.

3. School of Petrarch

E. of Surrey

Sir Thomas Wyat,

Sir Philip Sydney,

G. Gascoyn, Translator of Ariosto’s Com.

4. School of Dante

Mirror of Magistrates,

Lord Buckhurst’s Induction, Gorboduck,—Original of good Tragedy,—Seneca [his Model]

AREA II

SPENCER, Col. Clout, from the School of Ariosto and Petrarch, translated from Tasso.

5. School of Spencer, and From Italian Sonnets

W. Brown’s Pastorals,

Ph. Fletcher’s Purple Island, Alabaster, Piscatory Ec

S. Daniel,

Sir Walter Raleigh,

Milton’s Juvenilia. Heath. Habinton.

Translators from Italian

Golding,

Edm. Fairfax,

Harrington.

6. School of Donne

Cowley, Davenant,

Michael Drayton,

Sir Thomas Overbury,

Randolph,

Sir John Davis,

Sir John Beaumont,

Cartwright,

Cleveland,

Crashaw,

Bishop Corbet,

Lord Falkland.

Carew,

T. Carey,

G. Sandys, in his Par. of Job

Fairfax,

Sir John Mennis,

Tho. Baynal.

Cited from Owen Ruffhead, The Life of Alexander Pope (1769), 424–5.