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Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster

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Scholars" Facsimiles & Reprints , Delmar, N.Y
American poetry -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-
Statementby Kenneth N. Requa.
ContributionsTurell, Jane, 1708-1735., Brewster, Martha.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS601 .P6 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi p., p. 59-129, 35 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4722585M
ISBN 100820113271
LC Control Number78009933

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Contains. Turell, Jane, Memoirs of the life and death of the pious and igenious Mrs. Jane Turell. Brewster, Martha. Poems on divers subjects. Notes. Acknowledged authors Jane Turell, Martha Brewster wrote Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster comprising pages back in Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN and General notes.

Contains facsmiles of Ebenezer Turell's Memoirs of the life and death of Jane Turell, Boston, and Martha Brewster's Poems on divers.

Previous colonial American women poets, Anne Bradstreet and Jane Colman Turell, focused primarily on religion and family life. Brewster's 21 poems vary widely in theme and form: the more than lines include letters, farewells to friends who are moving, epithalamiums, eulogies, scriptural paraphrases, a love poem, a quaternion, a dream.

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Martha Brewster is the author of Sweet Enemy ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), On Wings of Song ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 revi 4/5(3). Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster: facsimile reproductions: with an introd in SearchWorks catalog.

Jane Colman Turell () comes to us through her diaries, letters, and poems—as compiled by her grieving husband after her early death at age Turell enjoyed a privileged youth as the daughter of minister and Harvard president Benjamin Colman, but as.

Buy Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster (Scholars facsimiles and reprints) by Turell, Jane, Brewster, Martha (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jane Turell, Martha Brewster. Two sermons preach'd at Medford, April 6, by Benjamin Colman (Book) Memoirs of the life and death of the pious and ingenious Mrs.

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Jane Turell, who died at Medford, March 26th, by Ebenezer Turell Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster by Jane Turell. The brief life and spiritual strivings of Jane Colman Turell () come to us through her diaries, letters, and poems — as compiled by her husband after her early death at age 27 and published with funeral sermons delivered by her father (title page at right).

Jane Colman Turell was an 18th-century American colonial poet. Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster: Turell, Jane, Brewster, Martha: Books - or: Jane Turell, Martha Brewster. Jane Turell. Read more → My poems (2) Titles list.

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Jane Turell Follow. A Paraphrase of the One Hundred and Thirty-Fourth Psalm. Like (0) 0 Lovely Lovely poem Amazing Like (0) Jane Turell Follow. An Invitation into the country [in imitation of Horace]. Jane Turell ().

Critical and Biographical Notice. Samuel Kettell, ed. Specimens of American Poetry. Jane Turell (). On the Poems of Sir Richard Blackmore. Samuel Kettell, ed.

Specimens of American Poetry. Poems of Jane Turell and Martha Brewster by Jane Turell (): Jane Turell;Martha Brewster: Books - or: Jane Turell;Martha Brewster. Stockton, Annis Boudinot (). Selected poems from Only for the Eye of a Friend: The Poetry of Annis Boudinot Stockton (ed.

Mulford, ) Turell, Jane Coleman (). Some Memoirs of the Life and Death of Mrs. Jane Turell () Warren, Mercy Otis (). The Group (drama); Selections from the Poems, Dramatic and Miscellaneous. Page 15 - It is the Work of a Woman honoured and esteemed where she lives, for her gracious demeanour, her eminent parts, her pious conversation, her courteous disposition, her exact diligence in her place, and discreet managing of her family occasions ; and more then so, these Poems are the fruit but of some few houres, curtailed from her.

Martha Wadsworth Brewster (April 1, - ?) was an 18th-century American poet]]. She is 1 of only 4 colonial women who published volumes of their verse before the American Revolution, and was the 1st American-born woman to publish under her own name 1 Life Youth Marriage Death Descendants 2 Writing 3 See also 4 References Notes 5 External links She was born on.

Martha Wadsworth Brewster (April 1, – c. ) was an 18th-century American poet and writer. She is one of only four colonial women who published volumes of their verse before the American Revolution and was the first American-born woman to publish under her own name.

Descendants of Oliver Brewster and Martha Wadsworth: Ralph Brewster Allison, M.D., an American psychiatrist and a pioneer in Dissociative identity disorder (DID).

David Brewster (journalist) is an American journalist. Diane Brewster, was an American television actress. George Trumbull Ladd, was an American philosopher and psychologist.

Internet Archive. Full text online. Connect to online resource: unlimited concurrent users. Cal Poly Pomona users only. Full text online. Alberta Government Library Access from Gale (Sabin Americana ).

Burman University Access from Gale (Sabin Americana ). Concordia University of Edmonton. Moorhead, Mary Pepperell, Martha Brewster, and Esther Hayden.

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In the period relevant to comparison with these ten poets?roughly to ?-Stanton identifies 69 publishing women poets writing in English, the only North Americans identifiable among them being Bradstreet and Turell ().3 The other eight New England women writing.

A Collection of Poems William Dawson () To Silvia, on Approach of Winter / Anacreonitic Jane Colman Turell () An Invitation into the Country, in Imitation of Horace, Left Only in a Rough Copy / [Lines on Childbirth] / [Lines on the Death of Mother] Martha Wadsworth Brewster Price: $ Jane Colman Turell (–) was an 18th-century American colonial poet.

She was the first of a number of prolific women poets whose works were published in the colonies. Born in Boston, she was the only daughter of Dr. Benjamin Colman, a clergyman and aged by her father to follow literary pursuits, she started writing poetry at the age of.

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I posit that American women poets use gender performances in their poems to transform ideas of womanhood, to redefine female gender roles, and to reinforce normative gender roles.Charlotte Bronte, Brontë, Charlotte Charlotte Brontë BORN:England DIED:England NATIONALITY: English GENRE: Novels, poetry MAJOR WORKS: Poems by Currer, E Calamity Jane, Martha Jane Cannary, known as Calamity Jane (), was a notorious American frontier woman in the days of the Wild West.

As unconventional and Lady Jane Grey, Grey, Lady Jane. 1 Holly Johnson Professor Hilger America Literature 12 June Reaction to “Lines on Childbirth” Turell expresses a mother's short lived joy of the first movement of the fetus to her sadness of having to bury her child that never took a breath.

The poem is beautifully written but depressing at the same time. Any parent that has lost a child at birth or while still carrying could relate.