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by Louis Untermeyer

  • Author: Louis Untermeyer
  • ISBN: 0595179207
  • ISBN13: 978-0595179206
  • ePub: 1946 kb | FB2: 1268 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: iUniverse; First Ed . Thus edition (May 28, 2001)
  • Pages: 708
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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A Treasury of Ribaldry ePub download

A Treasury of Ribaldry book. For example, The Letters of Robert Frost to Louis Untermeyer contains letters selected from almost fifty years of correspondence with the New England poet.

A Treasury of Ribaldry book. A collection of humorous poetry from throughout the ages. The anthologist's autobiographies From Another World and Bygones relate as much about other writers as they do about his personal life. Bygones provides his reflections on the four women who were his wives.

A Treasury of ribaldry. by. Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Literature, Wit and humor, Erotic literature. Internet Archive Books. org on August 2, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Many of them and his other memorabilia are preserved in a special section of the Lilly Library at Indiana University. Schools used his Modern American and British poetry books widely, and they often introduced college students to poetry. He and Bryna Ivens Untermeyer created a number of books for young people, under the Golden Treasury of Children's Literature. A Treasury of Ribaldry (1956). Big and Little Creatures (1961), with Bryna Ivens Untermeyer.

Author:Louis Untermeyer. Songs of Joy from the Book of Psalms (1967), illustrated by Joan Berg Victor. Tales from the Ballet (1968), illustrated by A. and M. Provensen. Author Index: Un. Louis Untermeyer (1885–1977). Beloved Tales (1962), with Bryna Ivens Untermeyer. Fun and Fancy (1962), with Bryna Ivens Untermeyer. A Time for Peace (1969), illustrated by Joan Berg Victor. The World's Great Stories (1964). The Firebringer (1968).

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Read online books written by Untermeyer Louis in our e-reader absolutely for free. According to Bennett Cerf, Untermeyer would sign virtually any piece of paper that someone placed in front of him, and Untermeyer inadvertently signed a few Communist proclamations. Author of These Times, Including Horace, And Other Poets at ReadAnyBook. According to Cerf, Untermeyer was not at all a communist, but he had joined several suspect societies that made him stand out. He was named during the hearings by the House Committee on. Un-American Activities investigating communist subversion.

The Golden Books Family Treasury of Poetry. I received this book as a tween and loved it since then. The poetry is ageless and Louis Untermeyer gave us a tremendous gift in this collection of poetry. The Random House Book of Poetry for Children. The illustrations are wonderful, too. Great to introduce young people to the treasure poetry offers us.

Treasury is defined as a book or person thought of as a valued source. Here we have both the book and the person, and valued is what they truly are. Well leave to the eminent poet, scholar, wit, and man of letters, Louis Untermeyer, to explain his interest in ribaldry, the subject of this delightful anthology. In the broadest sense, the worlds favorite humor has been a playful expression of primitive sensuality. It has, at times, been tinctured with self-mockery, a sort of protective derision, a comic exposure of what is condemned in public and gleefully practiced in private. The satisfactions of the body, from food to sex, are responsible for some of the wisest and wittiest as well as some of the most rollicking and ribald writing in literatureHere are about 300 separate ribald items, prose and poetry, arranged chronologically by the author (from Arnacreon-500 B.C. to late Twentieth century). Here are the naturals in ribaldry, taken from the works of Boccaccio, Chaucer, Villon, Rabelais, Balzac-and some surprises, by such talented folk as Cervantes, Defoe, Burns, Franklin, Byron, Maugham, Anderson, Mencken, Runyon, and a host of others.