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poems of T. Sturge Moore.
Thomas Sturge Moore
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KINDNESS, by THOMAS STURGE MOORE Poet's Biography First Line: Of the beauty of kindness I speak Last Line: Luxuriant and warm. Alternate Author Name(s): Moore, T. Sturge Subject(s): Kindness; OF the beauty of kindness I speak, Of a smile, of a charm On the face it is pleasure to meet, That gives no alarm! Of the soul that absorbeth itself. T. Sturge Moore (): contributions to the art of the book & collaboration with Yeats ; catalogue of an exhibition / compiled and edited together with an introduction by Malcolm Easton Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), [ Book: ] At 2 libraries.
See also Grosvenor E. Powell, “T. Sturge Moore and Yeats’s Golden Bird”, in Order in Variety: Essays and Poems in Honor of Donald E. Stanford, edited by R. W. Crump (London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, ) pp. –16, which treats the topic in depth. Google ScholarAuthor: David Peters Corbett. Read this book on Questia. The Two Poets whose correspondence forms this book, Thomas Sturge Moore () and William Butler Yeats (), met through a third poet, Laurence Binyon, two years before the new century and formed a friendship that lasted until Yeats died.
Thomas Sturge Moore was a poet, author, playwright, wood-engraver and critic. Moore was the brother of Bloomsbury philosopher G. E. Moore. He was good friends with William Butler Yeats (introduced by Laurence Binyon in ).. Moore helped correct English translations of Rabindranath Tagore and Purohit Swami, and was one of the people who nominated Tagore for the Nobel Prize. T.A. Moore made a comment in the group Goodreads Librarians Group — Merge two books topic " Thank you! I will look into editing my name so this doesn't happen (hopefully) again, but going to check I'm not setting it all on fire by doing so!/5.
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Sturge (Thomas Sturge), Poems of T. Sturge Moore. London, Macmillan and co. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Poems by Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), Publication date Publisher London Duckworth Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN ContributorPages: Sturge Moore was a prolific poet and his subjects included, morality, art and the spirit.
His first pamphlet, Two Poems, was printed privately in and his first book of verse, The Vinedresser, was published in His love for poetry lead him to become an active member of the Poetry Recital Society.
His work and ideas bridged 19th- and 20th-century aesthetics; his books include tracts on Altdorfer, Dürer, and Correggio as well as numerous treatises on aesthetics, including Art and Life (), The Powers of the Air (), and Armour for Aphrodite ().
Moore’s poems were published in four volumes as The Poems of T. Sturge Moore. A Poem by T. Sturge Moore. I wrote last of Elaine Showalter’s new book on American women novelists, saying in part that I would to see whether she had included any writers whom Yvor Winters or Janet Lewis considered significant or particularly : Ben Kilpela.
Sturge Moore Poems A Duet 'FLOWERS nodding gaily, scent in air, Flowers posied, flowers for the hair, Sleepy flowers, flowers bold to stare' 'O pick me some!' more» All poems of T. Sturge Moore». texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Danaë: [a poem by Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), ; Ricketts, Charles S., Publication date  Topics Danaë (Poem), English poetryPages: THE VINEDRESSER AND OTHER POEMS.
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Quill & Brush. Moore, Thomas Sturge () The Vinedresser, and other poems / by T. Sturge Moore First Edition Hardcover London: At the Sign of the Unicorn, Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Moore, Thomas Sturge (). Moore published poems in The Dial as early asand his first book of poetry, The Vinedresser and Other Poems was published in Later poetic works included Against Artemis (), Absalom (), Marianne (), The Powers of the Air (), Judas ().
London & Edinburgh: The Unicorn Press, 86 pages; early poetry by T. Sturge Moore () British poet, critic and translator and wood-engraver; brother of philosopher George Edward Moore whose teachings later dominated what became known as the "Bloomsbury Circle"; T.S.
associated with the Aesthetes of the 's, but was more severely classical and more experimental then they were. Thomas Sturge Moore (March 4, – J ) was an English poet, prose author and artist.
Moore was educated at Dulwich College, the Croydon Art School, and Lambeth Art School. He was the brother of the philosopher George Edward Moore, one of the founders of the analytic tradition in.
By T. Sturge Moore JSTOR and the Poetry Foundation are collaborating to digitize, preserve, and extend access to Poetry. Source: Poetry (August ). All Thomas Sturge Moore poems | Thomas Sturge Moore Books. FAVORITE (0 fans) Translation Find a translation for this poem in other languages: Select another language: Select - 简体中文 (Chinese - Simplified) 繁體中文 (Chinese - Traditional) Other poems by Thomas Sturge Moore.
Moore and his wife traveled often, but their permanent home was in London. Sturge Moore died on 18 July Sources consulted in preparing this note have included Who was Who, (London: Adam and Charles Black, ) and W.B Yeats and T. Sturge Moore.
Sturge Moore's Collected Poems; A Writer of Uneven Performance, at His Best He Has Qualities of Unusual Beauty and Power THE POEMS OF T. STURGE MOORE. The collection. Books from the personal library of the poet, dramatist, art critic, engraver and illustrator Thomas Sturge Moore (; see ODNB).
Mainly published between andthe books are chiefly poetry, plays and essays on literature, by Sturge Moore himself and by other writers. Thomas Sturge Moore was an English poet, playwright, and art critic. Largely self-educated, Moore wrote books on modern artists and volumes of poems.
His correspondence with William Butler Yeats has been published. From the description of T. Sturge Moore papers, [manuscript]. (Oceanside Free Library).
WorldCat record id: Description. First edition collection of poems by Thomas Sturge Moore. Very good condition with gilt decorated blue cloth-covered boards.
Grant Richards Ltd, London, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse. – Isaac and Rebekah: By T. Sturge Moore: I. IN the cave, which he had paid for with his gold, Had Abraham laid Sarah unto rest; And, being past the ordinary old, Sent forth his steward on a far behest—.