Eikon Basilike. Hardcover. Joints with traces of rubbing. But most of them break with traditional patterns to present these thematic lines which implies many readers consider this poetry unreadable and chaotic. In Xochitl In Cuicatl: Poets Nezahualcoyotl and Humberto Ak’abal, Visionary Markings: Em Dashes and Ellipses in Walt Whitman’s “Talbot Wilson” Notebook, Historical Punctum: Reading Natasha Trethewey’s Bellocq’s Ophelia and Native Guard Through the Lens of Roland Barthes’s Camera Lucida, Visual poems from 23 Bodhisattvas by Chris Stephenson, Panic In The Rear-View Mirror: Exploring The Work of Richard Siken and Ann Gale. Hardback. Written in simple, direct, and moving language, it quickly ran through some 47 editions and was translated into several languages. (1990) The Europe of Trusts. [British Museum Catalog denotes 1st edition), 1662. Condition: Very Good. Tompkins, Jane P., ed. Lacking frontis. 25. Condition: Very Good. The same subject could manifest the three stages on their approach to a poem as they are a useful measure to calibrate the degree of interest and inclusion every reader could manifest for a specific poetic text. Eikon Basilike The Portraiture of His Sacred Majesty in His Solitudes and Sufferings, Cornell University Press/Folger Shakespeare Library. Church Green Books PBFA I will refer to the different formats she employs for her books and the way she transforms most of them in artistic works to be read and contemplated. so sweet (2002) An Exaltation of Forms: Contemporary Poets Celebrate the Diversity of Their Art. Pages 309-315 contain two papers, found in the strong box and published in 1686, setting out the King's reasons for turning Roman Catholic. The reader is left with an incoherent text, uncertain how to decipher it at first sight. London printed for H. Brome and H. Marsh at the Gun in Ivy-Lane and at the Princes Arms in Chancery-Lane near Fleetstreet. The first chapter, “Contextures: Susan Howe’s ‘voices stuttering out of the wilderness,’” examines Howe’s A Bibliography of the King’s Book, or, Eikon Basilike from the perspective of intertextuality. More information about this seller Blades, East & Blades,, London, 1896. Red cloth, dustwrapper is rubbed and has wear to top and tail of spine + browning to spine. WITH Etc. Howe, Susan and David Grubbs. Those lines could resemble the violence, the screams, and the disorder contained in such a situation. And humbly Dedicated to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, William the Third, our Deliverer and Restorer.1696. from Hinge Picture. In this poem, there seem to be several words referred to the countryside as it is the case of “milk,” “pasture,” “willow,” and “leaves” which could locate the action in a country area. Susan Howe. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 7 See, for example, the works of Susan Howe and David Grubbs: Thieft (2005), Souls of the Labadie Tract (2007) and Frolic Architecture (2011); the work of Jared Smith, Seven Minutes Before the Bombs Drop (2005), or Sher Christian and John Christian´s Sweet Tongue (2007), among others. 76 entries. 18. Though it is difficult to trace specific literary movements within this group, they can be grouped by taking into account certain common aspects. Published by Paradigm Press, Providence (1989) Used. Contemporary writing demands originality from the artists, and it requires they develop their creativity employing other means and materials in their works. Published by London: Lexington Books. 1693 1ed Vindication of King Charles I England Martyr Eikon Basilike Wagstaffe A rare English treatise on the Eikon Basilike, an autobiography of King Charles I. Collation, xxxvii+116+147+103+190 pages,4 parts bound with seperate title pages. Any topic is susceptible to be part of a poem. Can't remember the title or the author of a book? Los Angeles: Sun and Moon. | Contact this seller Published by Jacket spine browned; 8.70 X 5.60 X 0.90 inches; 201 pages. Blades, East & Blades, London, 1896. There are occasions the poems seem incomprehensible, and the reader is unable to extract any meaning from it. We consider the following quote could be a summary of what we have tried to explain with these interpretations. Toronto: Pippin Publishing Corporation. More information about this seller 1693 1ed Vindication of King Charles I England Martyr Eikon Basilike Wagstaffe. The De La More Press Folios Series No II. Difficulties 3.2 (1989): 17 – 27. From all these parameters, the aesthetic one was usually recognized as one of the most important. After the Restoration, John Gauden claimed authorship of the book, and this claim is still a subject of scholarly controversy. Wherein is interwoven a compleat history of the High-born Dukes of York and Glocester. Third Edition. The purpose of the poem has also changed. Dust Jacket Condition: No dj. Bound in modern modern gilt-blocked buckram, very good. 4. Published by Item number: #595 Price: $2500 King Charles I of England Basilika : the workes of King Charles the martyr : with a collection of declarations, treaties, and other papers concerning the differences betwixt His said Majesty and his two houses of Parliament London : Printed by James Flesher for R. Royston ., 1662. In a poem like this, the reader finds a couple of legible expressions: “Author” and “Liberty.” The rest of the text is unreadable. With the purpose of easing that task, we have gathered several strategies that could be applied to the analysis of contemporary poetry. Seller Inventory # 13425. New York: New Directions Book. One of the main characteristics they bring into the poem is the total disruption between form and content. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. The "Eikon Basilike: the Portraiture of his Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings" was written in 1648-9 and was long attributed to King Charles I : the Cambridge History of English literature observes that "It is almost impossible to resist his claim to the authorship", also noting that "Few books have had greater influence in English history". Limited edition of 150 Large Paper copies. Armorial Seldon bookplate. Hb. (1880), From: 1662 1st FOLIO ed Eikon Basilike King Charles I England Martyr English Civil War I would rather choose to wear a crown of thorns with my Saviour, than to exchange that of gold, which is due to me, for one of lead, whose embased flexibleness shall be forced to bend and comply to the various and oft contrary dictates of any factions, when instead of reason and public concernments they obtrude nothing but what makes for the interest of parties, and flows from the partialities of private wills and passions. A Bibliography of the King's Book; or, Eikon Basilike book. Condition: Very Good. Susan Howe (born June 10, 1937) is an American poet, scholar, essayist and critic, who has been closely associated with the Language poets, among other poetry movements. Minor fading and edgewear to the book. In the first place, it is particularly noticeable that the role feminism is acquiring and how many writers, of all genders, deal with different aspects of women´s lives in their works. The book has made its way back to Britain. Hanaver, David Ian and Dyanne Rivers. Light wear to extremities; a few occasional pale stains, lacks terminal blank, generally fresh. Seller Inventory # 256708. End-papers foxed otherwise a tight clean copy with no wear to the binding. At first sight, the reader notices the poem is mainly constituted by two parts: a prose fragment divided into two segments, and a group of verses intersected between those segments. 1 vols. Howe, Susan. Hb. Unpaginated. James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA Book Bungalow Although each of them possesses a very personal style, all of them share something in common: they are part of a generation of artists who conceive poetry as something alive, as a creation which is in continuous change and cannot be limited to a specific set of metrical patterns or a solid thematic line. It is characteristic of this technique the use of beautiful visual compositions, as we can observe in the following example. Susan Howe is an American poet, whose work, despite being associated with L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poets, often pushes the boundaries of genre and style. Hardcover. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press. Beckett Tom; Howe Susan. The strategy would consist of choosing just two or three terms and build an interpretation of the poem on them. A book so infrequently found with the portrait by Marshall that earlier bibliographies (incuding Pforzheimer, following Almack's lead) assumed that when one did appear, it was "tipped in". from A Bibliography of the King’s Book or, Eikon Basilike. Hardcover. In the first place, the necessity the author had to include the bibliographical reference from which she took part of her material as part of her poem; and, in the second place, the visual presentation of the poem. Providence: Paradigm. By Susan Howe. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. Hardback. Published by Hard Cover. eikon basilike the portraiture of his sacred majesty in his solitues and sufferings. (1648), From: The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his Solitudes and Sufferings. It is made, apparently, from several overlapped fragments of texts whose reading is almost impossible as there are just a few recognizable words. Posted by genericpronoun 25 March 2014 5 April 2014 Posted in Susan Howe. Susan Howe provides a perfect example of this dilemma in her poetry. It affects word order and spelling. From being a passive entity waiting for an interpretation, it has transformed into a living creature that interpellates the reader and asks them to interrelate with the written words. Condition: Very Good. (1990) World, Self, Poem: Essays on Contemporary Poetry from the “Jubilation of Poets.” Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press. 1st Edition. See All Poems by this Author Poems. pages following p324 are also missing. [S.l.] and which First edition, one of 1000 copies. CHILTON BOOKS These poets represent that group of artists who will enjoy using traditional metrical patterns while working with current themes; this is a current particularly important during the ’80s and ’90s (Dacey and Jaus 1986). 225p. From: Photos available upon request. Keoghs Books Free Shipping Worldwide. See: Francis F. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, page 112, No 133 and page 191 image 28. Pages 316-320 contain an account of his death signed Jo. (Almack, 3) The work is a masterpiece in its expression of Charles principles, personal feelings, and prejudices, and by making a martyr of this Stuart king, exercised a considerable influence on English history (Kunitz & Haycraft, 212). This book covers the life, reign, and execution of Charles I and refutes many of the negative claims against him as King. Pp.xxxii/201, owner's details to front free endpaper. Lacks the portrait. Finally, I’ll center my attention on the poetic work, and will provide some possible techniques the reader could employ in order to get accessibility to poems that seem to be opaque. [x], iv, [viii], 176, [11] pp; original buckram-backed blue boards, printed paper labe;, teg. Limited Edition. The book purports to be the king's spiritual autobiography. – The “deep” reader. Written in simple, direct, and moving language, it quickly ran through some 47 editions and was translated into several languages. “The Difficulties Interview.” Conducted by Beckett Tom. Conversion I like to be stationary. The reader could even go beyond the written text to the extent of interpreting the blanks spaces contained in the middle of the poem to represent the silences, the secrets of this historical episode, the intrigues those characters did not speak out but could be contained in that book the author mentions at the beginning. Seller Inventory # 104280. Almack here provides a detailed account of the printing and publication history and surveys the evidence for authorship, before setting out a very detailed bibliographical catalogue of the various editions. According to traditional canons, this would not be an appropriate theme for poetry: a poetic voice that apologizes for eating a fruit someone kept on the fridge! 8vo. 20. The text block is showing all the usual signs of 1756 age, muich darkening, cornerwear, and general waviness of paper. hardback book in near fine condition,no dust jacket. A. Millar, London Published by Limited edition of 250 copies. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Previous owner's name label on front endpaper, otherwise very clean and fresh. Referenced by: Wing (2nd ed.) The best way to do so is by employing three techniques that will become very popular among contemporary writers: – No establishing differences between prose and poetry. By Susan Howe. If we also apply Howe´s interest for the feminine figure, we could imagine she could be referring to all those women writers whose work was silenced by men who exorcised their power on them and restricted their freedom. Illinois, IL: Southern Illinois University. in a green meadow. By Susan Howe. Published by Dispatched from the UK same or next working day. The present edition, which follows the text of the first edition as re-issued in 1649, includes supplemental material from other editions and incorporates the results of research completed since the last edition appeared in 1904". Sold as a reading copy only. Paradigm Pr. Now First Published from the Author's SECOND EDITION, Printed in 1650: WITH MANY ENLARGEMENTS: By RICHARD BARON. Texts that overlap imply authority, some restriction to the freedom of expression, that “Liberty” of an “Author” the poem refers to. VG/Good. A Bibliography Of The King's Book Or, Eikon Basilike Hardcover – December 1, 1989 by Susan Howe (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Though the title-page reads 1648, it was published on 9 February 1649, ten days after the king was beheaded in the aftermath of the English Civil War. (6), 302, (6). Cloth, large 4to. | Contact this seller Cloth, 4to, viii, 199, [1] pp, 5 collotype plates, facs of title-pages (some in red and black). The De La More Press Folios Series No II. Howe, on her part, represents this new concept of poetry we are referring to. We are not going to classify these works into a specific group or category because we are conscious of the difficulty to trace unique common elements in such a heterogeneous group of artists. The errata is listed on the recto side of the last page of the Table of Contents. London: K. James, 1694. 1st Edition. Binding: Leather; tight and secure References: BM Catalogue; Wing C 2075; Almack 61; Lowndes I:413.; Madan 65 o Eikon Basilike often attributed to John Gauden Language: English Size: ~14.5in X 9.75in (37cm x 24.5cm) We find this same edition having sold at Christie s auction house in 2010 for $3,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Sequitur Books The reader would center their attention on the way poetry interrupts the prose sections. Apart from the possible visual play with the lines, there is a kind of hidden message in those words waiting for the reader. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. And humbly Dedicated to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, William the Third, our Deliverer and Restorer.1696. First edition. WITH A PREFACE shewing the transcendent Excellency of MILTON's Prose Works. Old stain to title and first contents page. A good copy of a rare antiquarin work. Other names Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Nonetheless, completely servicable, in no immediate need of attention, and above average condition for the period. in Susan Howe’s Eikon Basilike ‘I came to words through other visual artists’, saysSusan Howein an inter-view, ‘I just took years of moving around the edges of what was present for words to penetrate my sight’. Hardcover. Hard Cover. – Syntactic disruption. No Jacket. From the 19th century, poets popularized the use of a type of poetic composition denominated “prose-poetry” that is still very popular nowadays. Black cloth hardcover. and "A copie of a letter which was sent from the Prince to the King; dated from the Hague, Jan. 23, 1648." Poetry was expected to provoke an emotional reaction on the reader, either positive or negative. Corners bumped. Bernard Quaritch Ltd, London, first edition, 1950, 1950. (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), About this Item: A. Millar, London, 1756. Slight wear to head of spine, othewise Very Good. Moderate foxing to cover, once red edges only slightly faded, name stamp to head fep, fldg illustration page intatct, small pencil tick to one page, very clean content, binding very good. Eikonoklastes. Quarter Boards. Reprint of the Editon of 1648, a facsimile of the original frontispiece, with an introduction throwing light upon the authorship of the work. Subject; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Name and date on front free endpaper, mild browning to free emdpapers from pastedowns, ptherwise Very Good. 16mo, 6 1/2" tall, frontispiece + xxiii + 313 pages, top fore-edge gilt, vellum spine with paper covered boards. (1966), From: Howe is the author of My … 5. Dispatched from the UK same or next working day. [8], 269 pp. Social. “Resurrecting Absence: Susan Howe’s A Bibliography of the King’s Book: Or, Eikon Basilike and the Historically Unspoken.” Cultural Studies Review 14, no. Published by Front pastedown has bookplate of "D Carrick Jun. you were probably [vi], iv, [viii], 176[2]pp, steel engraved series title-page, engraved title-page vignette, decorated capitals. Other than the ffep, the book is missing all pages prior to pA3 of the Table of Contents, so there is no engraving or publishing details; furthermore the six(?) Madan here provides full descriptions of 81 editions of the Eikon, numerous connected works, and the extensive literature of the authorship controversy. (1986) Strong Measures: Contemporary American Poetry in Traditional Forms. Condition: Near Fine. I’ll make a brief analysis of her work, paying attention to particular aspects where she shows how the contemporary writer confronts this dilemma. First edition. The poem could make the reader laugh or even cry, but the lack of emotions was not assumed as a possibility (Hanaver and Rivers 2004: 9-11). A Bibliography Of The King's Book Or, Eikon Basilike by Susan Howe. 6 I refer to the first section of her poem that reads: “England´s Black Tribunal: Containing the Complete Tryal of King Charles The First by the Pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, begun Jan. 20, 1648. By Susan Howe. On the other hand, the poem seems to be perceived as a dialogue between its creator and a reader who receives it. Hardback. 0 “II. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Some staining to upper corners of pp. Front pastedown has bookplate of "D Carrick Jun. From a semantic point of view, the poem is composed of sentences and expressions that are correct grammatically speaking, but that open many questions to the reader. from A Bibliography of the King’s Book or, Eikon Basilike. Hardcover. "This is a malignant attack on Charles II, of unknown authorship, representing him as a Roman Catholic throughout. Susan Howe's Hauntologies. Very Safe. Seller Inventory # H581. Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share . (1696), From: vii, 96pp. (1974) Structuralism in Literature: An Introduction. First edition. By Susan Howe. No Dust Jacket. Bookplate of Frederick Adolphus Philbrick, lawyer and an early British philatelist on front pastedown, institutional bookplate on recto and verso of front free endpaper. By Susan Howe. Travis, Molly Abel. Susan Howe Susan Howe's A Bibliography of the King's Book, or Eikon Basilike (poems) is just out from Paradigm Press. PART 1:Eikon basilike:, or the picture of the late King James drawn to the life. Susan Howe. PART 1:Eikon basilike:, or the picture of the late King James drawn to the life. Published by For that reason, I’ll employ two main terms to refer to those periods. So, we could speak about: – The “superficial” reader. Seller Inventory # 45754. [Susan Howe; Edward Almack; Paradigm Press.] There is a slight bump to the upper outside corners of the book with matching marks to the dustwrapper; some additional faint shelfwear to the dustjacket, otherwise fine. Spun Puns (and Anagrams): Exchange Economies, Subjectivity, and History in Harryette Mullen's Muse & Drudge; Postmodern Amnesia: Trauma and Forgetting in Tim O'Brien's In the Lake To which is added, AN ORIGINAL LETTER TO MILTON, never before published. (1998) Reading Cultures: The Construction of Readers in the Twentieth Century. Said to have been written by Charles I himself and circulated on the day of his execution, this collection of essays or meditations attempted to explain and justify Charles's action, whilst at the same time revealing some of the problems he had faced during the Civil War. Providence, RI: Paradigm, 1989. PART 2: Eikon basilike:, or the picture of the late King James Further drawn to the Life, 1697. EIKON BASILIKE, Or, The TRUE POURTRAITURE of his SACRED MAJESTIE CHARLS the II in three books. Then, I will discuss the new role adopted by contemporary readers that have passed from “receivers” to “builders” of the message. saving I know no resolutions more worthy a Christian king, than to prefer his conscience before his kingdoms. Portland, Oregon: Yale Union. A few hours after the King's execution, his Eikon Basilike was in the hands of the people. Scholes, Robert. In which is made manifest, that the whole course of his life hath to this day been a continued conspiracy against the Protestant religion, laws, and liberties of the Three Kingdoms. 6 plates and numerous illustrations. Howe, Susan and David Grubbs. Poetry is the platform they find to denounce their social conditions, the way they confront everyday life in the middle of a society that does not always respect human rights or the problems immigrants face in the fight for a better life. (Columbia, MO, U.S.A.), About this Item: London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1693. In the first place, they remember the reader history is made of particles, of incomplete pieces of information that are not always reliable. Published by In this sense, we agree with the ideas of Wolfgang Iser (1993: 33-39). Possible ex library copy, with all the markings/stickers of that library. First edition. Bernard Quaritch Ltd, London, first edition, 1950 Silence Wager Stories. The work was so successful in its portrayal of the king that, at the Restoration, a special commemoration of the king on 30 January was added to the Book of Common Prayer. Eikon basilike. The reason is that we consider her as one of the most experimental poets of our time. from Cabbage Gardens. | Contact this seller Howe, Susan. Madan #1, 3; Pforzheimer 171 (note) Bound in 20th-century black crushed morocco, gilt-lettered spine, marbled endpapers, a.e.g., by Rivière and Son. These are just three projections we have observed in our analysis of contemporary poetry. (CD) Canada: Blue Chopsticks. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The prose sections could correspond to the action taking place at the scaffold. Notes; Attributed to Charles I; also to John Gauden. | Contact this seller The reader event also varies based on a reader´s “perspective of interest (Rovira 2019: 93). 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