Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus

by Katharine Philips

Publisher: printed for Bernard Lintot in London

Written in English
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  The literary atmosphere of her circle is preserved in the excellent Letters of Orinda to Poliarchus, published by Bernard Lintot in and “Poliarchus” (Sir Charles Cotterel) was master of the ceremonies at the court of the Restoration, and afterwards translated the romances of . The ambience of her group is finely detailed in Letters of Orinda to Poliarchus, published by Bernard Lintot in and Poems, By the Incomparable Mrs K.P. appeared surreptitiously in , followed by an authentic edition in Selected Poems, edited with an appreciation by Louise Imogen Guiney, appeared in Katherine Philips’ Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus (2nd ed., ), at £, and at £ the Sir Edmund Gosse copy, with book-plate, of the elegant octavo, Female Poems by Ephelia (), at-tributed to Mary Stuart née Villiers, Duchess of Richmond (ESTC R, R, NAFL; see also SCN [vol. 52, Spring-. Philips also wrote a series of letters that were published in under the title Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. In addition, she is important to literary history as the first female dramatist whose plays were produced in public theaters in both Dublin and London.

Such closed doors were everywhere when I began working with Katherine Philips’ manuscript and print editions. Who would have thought, for instance, that Philips’ letters to Sir Charles Cotterell (Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, ) are NOT available as a free google book or in any other open access library site? Supposedly, Google does. Village Square Orinda, CA United States () ; orindabooks Both of her posthumous printed works (Poems, , and Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, ) A total of 9 verse miscellanies, making it possible to set her poetry in context (Cardiff Ms ; Worcester College Clarke Ms ; Mss Rawl P 90, , & ; Yale, Osborn b & b). I write books. And I've provided high-quality writing, copy, and analysis to clients for over 20 years as a professional writer and editor. I'm a detail-obsessed and big-picture oriented storyteller and author with experience in the education, learning and development (L&D), and publishing industries.

  Recommendations of recent books from the staffs of a rotating list of Northern California independent bookstores. This week's list is from Orinda Books, . Worthy Poliarchus, Your most faithful, most obliged Friend, and most humble Servant ORINDA. Cardigan, Jan. /4. She writ divers Letters to many of her other friends ful of the like resentments, but this is enough to shew how little she desired the fame of being in print, and how much she was troubled to be so exposed.   Many details of the life of Orinda are to be gathered from the ‘Letters of Orinda to Poliarchus’ (Sir Charles Cotterel), printed in , and, with additions, in The later edition contains a portrait engraved by Vandergucht, apparently from the same bust as that which Faithorne used. Looking for some great books to go with your Letter F study? This list of 16 books to read for letter F is full of variety. lebend Books-to-read-for-letter-F There are SO many great books in this collection of letter of the week book lists. They're fun to read alongside alphabet activities and crafts.

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A₁ Portrait of Orinda by M. Van der Gucht; A₂, title-page, verso blank, A₃-A₅, recto, The preface, A₆-A-- "To the Publisher of Orinda's Letters," [verse] by Ja Gardiner, 20 MarchA, Books Sold by Bernard Lintott, B₁-R₃ Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, R₄-R Books printed for Bernard Lintott.

Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. Paperback – Septem by Katherine Philips (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Katherine Philips. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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Format: Paperback. The aim of this book is twofold. It is primarily to give an accurate and complete account of the life of Mrs. Katherine Philips and secondarily to make available by means of full quotation all the important passages in the Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, a rare book that has deserved reprinting for many years.

In “The Sapphic-Platonics of Katherine Philips, ” Harriette Andreadis Source: Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Soci no. 1 (autumn ): Ms Andreadis, in this essay nicely gives a view of Orinda’s live (and Loves) in relation to her writing by.

Best known today for her poems on female friendship, Katherine Philips wrote some poems on a variety of subjects; she translated plays by Pierre Corneille and five shorter Italian and French pieces; and she wrote a series of letters to Sir Charles Cotterell that were published after her death as Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus ().

Philips (whose non de plume was Orinda) was one of a. If you'd like us to ship a book, we are pleased to do that as well. We'll be available –Monday through Saturday at our store. You can reach Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus book Books via email at [email protected] or phone at In the meantime, you can see what we're up to by following our Instagram @orindabooks.

Book Letters Sale. Greatest choice of Book Letters. in stock and quick delivering. the most selective accumulation of Book Letters from Ebay. Katharine Philips. Letters of Orinda to Poliarchus. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified.

Gender: Female Religion: Presbyte. English poet, daughter of John Fowler, a merchant of Bucklersbury, London, was born on the 1st of January Her father was a Presbyterian, and Katharine is said to have Born: Katherine or Catherine Philips (1 January /2 – 22 June ), also known as "The Matchless Orinda", was an Anglo-Welsh royalist poet, translator, and woman of achieved renown as a translator of Pierre Corneille's Pompée and Horace, and for her editions of poetry after her was highly regarded by many writers of 17th century literature, including John Dryden and John.

Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. The second edition, with 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. More editions of Collected Works: The Letters of Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda v.

2: Collected Works: The Letters of Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda v. 2: ISBN () Softcover, Stump Cross Books, Many details of the life of Orinda are to be gathered from the Letters of Orinda to Poliarchus (Sir Charles Cotterel), printed inand, with additions, in The later edition contains a portrait engraved by Vandergucht, apparently from the same bust as that which Faithorne used.

Contents: Preface by the General Editors; Introductory Note; Letters by the late Celebrated Mrs Katherine Philips. The Fam'd Orinda, to the Honourable Berenice; Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus (); Letter XIX from Letters from Orinda to Polliarchus: second edition, with additions ().

It is not usual to find a printed book which gives us such a vivid depiction of the literary world for 17th century women, this is a great book and I am constantly amazed by it. Please enjoy reading about it. gPhilips, Katherine Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. In four letters from Orinda to an unknown Berenice were printed in a collection of familiar letters by various hands; and in and Bernard Lintot printed a series of letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, as she liked to call Cotterell.

Katherine Philips – The sometimes gossipy Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus (), will help you with any book or any question. Our summaries and analyses are written. Recommendations of recent books from the staffs of a rotating list of Bay Area independent bookstores. Franken’s candor and wit make this insider’s view of modern-day politics both informative Author: Orinda Books.

Katherine Philips, (The Matchless Orinda) (Londra, 1º gennaio – Londra, 22 giugno ), è stata una poetessa, letterata e traduttrice produzione poetica traeva ispirazione dall'amore, dal matrimonio, dalle relazioni amorose in genere, anche tra lo stesso sesso, suscitando interesse e scandalo per le sue teorizzazioni sull'amore – ancorché platonico - tra donne.

Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. 2nd ed. (enlarged). London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, "Mutuall Affection between Orinda and Lucasia." Henry Lawes Second Book of Ayres, and Dialogues.

London: Printed by T. Harper for John Playford, Applegate, Joan. "Katherine Philips's 'Orinda Upon Little Hector': An Unrecorded Musical.

In the first place, she didn't exactly write Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus as a book; it was a collection of actual letters written to her patron Sir Charles Cotterell published after her death.

In the second, the book is not exactly "about" translation — certainly it is not a theoretical treatise on. Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus by: Philips, Katherine, Published: () Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus by: Philips, Katherine,   ORINDA — The power of a mother’s love for her soon-to-be-born child is the basis of the unbelievable but true story told in author Wendy Holden’s new book, “Born Survivor” (HarperCollins.

Cotterell (Poliarchus) had also been wooing Anne Owen, but while this ended in disappointment, his friendship with Orinda endured as shown by the Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus (publishedcontaining 48 letters from Philips to Cotterell, from 6 December to 17 May ).

Letters. Of her no doubt prolific outpouring of letters to her friends, the texts of some 56 letters by her are known at present, all but seven written to her great friend and confidant Sir Charles Cottrell (or ‘Cotterell’, as the name was often spelled by others), Orinda's ‘Poliarchus’.

Examines the role that critical judgment played in coterie contexts. Focus on Katherine Philips, an interregnum and early Restoration poet; Re-establishment of the work of 17th-century women critics; Critical practices of coterie circles seen in "Letters From Orinda to Poliarchus," Philips'.

information, forty-eight Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, which are not only extremely well written and vivacious, but full of autobiographical matter, and amply furnished with dates.

By means of these letters we can follow Orinda closely through the last and most interesting months of her life. The first letter is dated from Acton, Dec. 1,   The Fam'd ORINDA, TO THE Honourable BERENICE'.

From Familiar Letters: Written by the Right Honourable JOHN late Earl of Rochester, And several other Persons of Honour and Quality. WITH LETTERS Written by the most Ingenious Mr.

THOMAS OTWAY, AND Mrs. PHILIPS. Publish'd from their Original Copies. With other Modern LETTERS, By : Paula Loscocco. letters to "Poliarchus" (Cotterell). After querying him about his progress with a "Translation from the Spanish," she says she is eager to see it and its "Translator, whose faithful Friend and humble Servant I must be while I am ORINDA, or any thing that Name signifies" (72).

She signs herself "Orinda". Letters by the Late Celebrated Mrs. Katherine Philips, London, W. Onley for Samuel Briscoe, Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus, London, Printed by W.B. for Bernard Lintott, (2nd ed.

enlarged: London, Bernard Lintott, ). Mutuall Affection between Orinda and Lucasia in: Henry Lawes, Second Book of Ayres, and Dialogues,London, T.1. Biography Katherine Philips was born Katherine Fowler on January 1, Her father was a London merchant and a moderate puritan.

She was educated at Mrs. Salmon's School in Hackney (London) where she met Mary Aubrey, the "Rosania" of her poems, and Mary Harvey, later the wife of Sir Edward Dering, who became "Silvander.".Our author readings and book signings attract people from all over the Bay Area, and we are particularly proud to offer shelf space and reading events to local authors.

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