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Hudibras. The third and last part

Samuel Butler

Hudibras. The third and last part

Written by the author of the first and second parts.

by Samuel Butler

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Published by Printed for Simon Miller,... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesLibrary of English literature -- LEL 12232.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 285 p.
Number of Pages285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13561379M
OCLC/WorldCa6409712

Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Hudibras: Written in the Time of the Late Wars" See other formats. Hudibras. The first-[third and last] part 1 copy; Mola asinaria: or, The unreasonable and insupportable burthen now press'd 1 copy; Notes on Hudibras 1 copy; The poetical works of Samuel Butler: collated with the best editions 1 copy; The British Poets. The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler, Vol. I. 1 copy; Hudibras.

The Brown Bibliography includes a London duodecimo edition (no publisher listed), noting that a third copy from Jefferson's library, listed as "Hudibras, p.f." was listed in the auction catalog for The Wolf Law Library followed LibraryThing's recommendation and purchased a copy of edition published by John : Samuel Butler. Samuel Butler (baptized 8 February - 25 September ) was an English poet and satirist. He is most famous as the author of Hudibras, the most memorable burlesque poem in the English language and the earliest English satire to make a notable and successful attack on ideas rather than on personalities. Butler was the son of a Worcestershire farmer. In early youth he was page to the Born: 8 February Strensham, Worcestershire.

Butler, Samuel. "Hudibras. The First Part. Written in the time of the late Wars". [4], pages. First Authorized Edition, first issue, with "Saint" in imprint spelled out in full; errata is present, lacking the imprimatur leaf (dated Nov. 11, ), and all textual errors Edition: Hudibras, First Edition, First Issue. English and American Literature to Note: Photographs of many items may be seen via the "Search Inventory" button. [With:] Hudibras. The Third and Last Part. London: For Simon Miller, [2], , [2] p. incl. errata leaf. 3 vols. Washed and rebound in uniform simple full brown levant, edges gilt, by Zaehnsdorf for A. C. McClurg.


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Excerpt from Hudibras: Written in the Time of the Late Wars The Third and last Part. Written by the Author of the First and Second Parts,' 'printed for Simon Miller, at the sign of the Star at the West End of St Pauls,' (4. X 7 ins.) was published in and reprinted infrom a copy of which later issue the present text has been by: 1.

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OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ([2], pages) Other Titles: Hudibras. Responsibility: written by the author of the first and second parts. Hudibras, The Third and Last Part By Samuel Butler Printed In London For Simon Miller. The Volume is in Very good Condition Bound in full later gilt-ruled english calf, with gilt lettering on the spine, and with the board edges blind rolled, with the leaf tops gilt.

Externally the hinges show some wear, but no splits, and with no chipping to the spine. Hudibras: the Third and Last Part was published first in The text covers popish plotting, nonconformist subversion, and institutional corruption through extraordinary similes drawn from extensive personal scholarship by the author.

Close section Hudibras. Close section HUDIBRAS THE FIRST PART. CANTO I ; CANTO II ; CANTO III ; Close section HUDIBRAS THE SECOND PART. CANTO I ; CANTO II ; CANTO III ; An Heroical Epistle of Hudibras to Sidrophel Ecce iterum Crispinus —— Close section HUDIBRAS THE THIRD AND LAST PART.

CANTO I ; CANTO II ; CANTO III ; An Heroical Epistle. An Heroical Epistle of Hudibras to Sidrophel Ecce iterum Crispinus —— Close section HUDIBRAS THE THIRD AND LAST PART. CANTO I ; CANTO II ; CANTO III ; An Heroical Epistle of Hudibras to his Lady; The Ladies Answer to the Knight; Close section End Matter COMMENTARY; Appendix A Butler's Letter to Sir George Oxenden; APPENDIX B.

Item # Samuel Butler wrote the first of his famous three-part satirical polemic inthe second part the following year, and the third in Hudibras is a book-length poem was written in iambic tetrameter in closed couplets and is, essentially, a diatribe against the viciousness and hypocrisies of extreme religious sectarianism Author: Samuel Butler.

Hudibras the Third and Last Part, Written By the Author Of the First and Second Parts Hudibras, a Poem The Fair Haven, By John Pickard Owen, Ed By William Bickersteth Owen. In a third (and last) part was published.

The work is directed against the fanaticism, pretentiousness, pedantry, and hypocrisy Butler saw in militant Puritanism. The eponymous hero of Hudibras is a Presbyterian knight who goes “a-coloneling” with his squire, Ralpho, an Independent.

The third and last part. (London, Printed for Simon Miller, at the Sign of the Star at the West End of St. Pauls., ) (page images at HathiTrust) Butler, Samuel, Hudibras; with notes and a literary memoir by the Rev. Treadway Russel Nash; (New York, D.

Appleton & company, ), also by Treadwell Russell Nash (page images at. |a HUDIBRAS, IN THREE PARTS. |n VOL. / |c Written in the Time of THE LATE WARS: Corrected and Amended. WITH LARGE ANNOTATIONS, AND A PREFACE, BY ZACHARY GREY, LL.D.

Adorn'd with a new Set of Cuts |a The second edition Hudibras was an extremely popular work with pirate copies and a spurious second part being issued before Butler could produce his genuine second part in The mock heroic epic and its jaunty verse form known as Hudibrastic became the standard of satire for some time after that with at least twenty-seven direct imitations being produced.

The last edition of the third part, before the author's death, was published by the same persons in this must be the last corrected by himself, and is that from which subsequent editions are generally printed; the third part had no notes put to it during the author's life, and who furnished them (in ) after his death is not known.

|a HUDIBRAS, IN THREE PARTS. |n VOL. / |c Written in the Time of THE LATE WARS: Corrected and Amended. WITH LARGE ANNOTATIONS, AND A PREFACE, BY ZACHARY GREY, LL.D. Adorn'd with a new Set of Cuts |a The second edition The First and Second Parts, published anonymously (see Hudibras, the First PartHudibras.

The Second PartHudibras. The Third and Last Part ; Hudibras. Samuel Butler, Hudibras. The Third and Last Part, "by the author of the first and second parts" (see also Hudibras, the First PartHudibras.

The Second PartHudibras. Hudibras: the first[-third and last] part: written in the time of the late wars. Printed by T. Warren for Henry Herringman, and are to be sold by R.

Bentley, J. Tonson, F. Saunders, and T. Bennet. Books Printed before Hudibras. The First Part. London: By J. for Richard Marriot, [4], p. [with:] [With:] Hudibras. The Third and Last Part. London: For Simon Miller, [2],[2] p.

incl. errata leaf. 3 vols. Washed and rebound in uniform simple full brown levant, edges gilt, by Zaehnsdorf for A. McClurg. Samuel Butler, First Part: Written in the time of the late wars, published anonymously (see also Hudibras, The Second PartHudibras. The First and Second PartsHudibras.

The Third and Last PartHudibras. In Three Parts ); Abraham Cowley, Verses, Lately Written Upon Several Occasions; Sir William Davenant, Poem, to the King's Most Sacred Majesty. Samuel Butler, Hudibras. The Second Part: By the authour of the First, a spurious poem titled Hudibras. The Second Part, was published inbefore this genuine second part (see also Hudibras, the First PartHudibras.

The First and Second PartsHudibras. The Third and Last Partand Hudibras. In Three Parts ).Hudibras is an English mock heroic narrative poem from the 17th century written by Samuel Butler.

The work is a satirical polemic upon Roundheads, Puritans, Presbyterians and many of the other factions involved in the English Civil War.

The work was begun, according to the title page, during the civil war and published in three parts inandwith the first edition encompassing.Spine has title: Grey's Hudibras Includes indexes v. 1. To the reader. The author's life. The preface. Part I: Canto I-III. Part II: Canto I-IIv.

2. Part II: Canto III. An heroical epistle of Hudibras to Sidrophel. Pt. II: Canto I-III. An heroical epistle of Hudibras to his Lady. The Lady's answer to the KnightPages: