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A survey of the cities of London and Westminster

"Because I know that time is always time And place is always place and only place And what is actual is actual only for one time And only for one place" Ash Wednesday T.S. Eliot. 1930   Before giving a... Continue Reading →

A survey of the cities of London and Westminster

"Because I know that time is always time And place is always place and only place And what is actual is actual only for one time And only for one place" Ash Wednesday T.S. Eliot. 1930   Before giving a... Continue Reading →

A survey of the cities of London and Westminster

"Because I know that time is always time And place is always place and only place And what is actual is actual only for one time And only for one place" Ash Wednesday T.S. Eliot. 1930   Before giving a... Continue Reading →

The Works of Ben Jonson

683G Benjamin Jonson ca. 1572-1637 The Works of Ben Jonson, which were formerly Printed in Two Volumes, are now Reprinted in One, to which is added a Comedy, called the New Inn, with Additions never before Published. London: Printed by Thomas Hodgkin, for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, T. Bassett, R. Chiswell, M. Wotton, G. Conyers, […]

The Works of Ben Jonson

683G Benjamin Jonson ca. 1572-1637 The Works of Ben Jonson, which were formerly Printed in Two Volumes, are now Reprinted in One, to which is added a Comedy, called the New Inn, with Additions never before Published. London: Printed by Thomas Hodgkin, for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, T. Bassett, R. Chiswell, M. Wotton, G. Conyers, […]

The Works of Ben Jonson

683G Benjamin Jonson ca. 1572-1637 The Works of Ben Jonson, which were formerly Printed in Two Volumes, are now Reprinted in One, to which is added a Comedy, called the New Inn, with Additions never before Published. London: Printed by... Continue Reading →

The LIVES of the most famous English Poets, from William the Conquer to present times (1687)

Much More fun than Norton's Anthology or even The Oxford companion, Winstanley, gives us snips of biography , literate criticism and examples of long  'lost' poems. This book is the first , I know of, attempting to create a literary... Continue Reading →

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