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The poem first appeared in the July 18, 1910 edition of the New York Evening Mail.
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The title " teacher " was first given to Aristotle by Muslim scholars, and was later used by Western philosophers ( as in the famous poem of Dante ) who were influenced by the tradition of Islamic philosophy.
Bates originally wrote the words as a poem, Pikes Peak, first published in the Fourth of July edition of the church periodical The Congregationalist in 1895.
Ward's music combined with the Bates poem was first published in 1910 and titled America the Beautiful.
Ward's music combined with Bates ' poem were first published together in 1910 and titled, America the Beautiful.
Even his old literary home, Punch, where the When We Were Very Young verses had first appeared, was ultimately to reject him, as Christopher Milne details in his autobiography The Enchanted Places, although Methuen continued to publish whatever Milne wrote, including the long poem ' The Norman Church ' and an assembly of articles entitled Year In, Year Out ( which Milne likened to a benefit night for the author ).
Völuspá, the first poem of the work, mentions many of the features and characters of Asgard portrayed by Snorri, such as Yggdrasil and Iðavöllr.
The language of the poem is typically direct and concise and comprises short sentences-the first line is in fact a model of condensed meaning, comprising an exhortation (" Let's drink!
In fact, he writes in the prelude that he first created a prose work and then used it as the basis for his poem Metres of Boethius, his crowning literary achievement.
He served as an assistant priest or curate in various parishes and in 1810, published his first poem Winter Evening Thoughts in a local newspaper, followed in 1811 by a collection of moral verse, Cottage Poems.
He wrote the first important symphonic work in Chilean tradition, " La Muerte de Alcino ", a symphonic poem inspired by the novel of Pedro Prado.
At 23, he published his first poem, “ Hymns to the Gods .” Later work was printed in literary journals like Blackwood ’ s Edinburgh Magazine and local newspapers.
Alexandrines also formed the first line of the couplet form Poulter's Measure ( the second line being a fourteener ) as exemplified in Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey's poem, Complaint of the Absence of her lover, being upon the sea ( 1547 ).
He also wrote an orchestral tone poem on A Shropshire Lad ( first performed at Leeds Festival under Arthur Nikisch in 1912 ).
The first funeral in the poem is of Scyld Scefing ( translated in some versions as " Shield Shiefson ") the king of the Danes.
The first section of the poem, ( the first fitt ), helps the poet illustrate the settings of the poem by introducing Hrothgar ’ s lineage.
Similarly, in 1971, Alistair Campbell stated that the apologue technique used in Beowulf is so infrequent in the epic tradition aside from when Virgil uses it that the poet who composed Beowulf could not have written the poem in such a manner without first coming across Virgil's writings.
The Beowulf manuscript was transcribed from an original by two scribes, one of whom wrote the first 1939 lines and a second who wrote the remainder, so the poem up to line 1939 is in one handwriting, whilst the rest of the poem is in another.
From the first scribe's edits, emenders such as Klaeber were forced to alter words for the sake of the poem.
In 1903, Bartók wrote his first major orchestral work, Kossuth, a symphonic poem which honored Lajos Kossuth, hero of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.
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According to one theory, the term was loaned to Russian, where-in literary language-it first appeared in " Elysei ", a 1771 poem by V. Maikov.
Cerberus featured in many prominent works of Greek and Roman literature, most famously in Virgil's Aeneid, Peisandros of Rhodes ' epic poem the Labours of Hercules, the story of Orpheus in Plato's Symposium, and in Homer's Iliad, which is the only known reference to one of Heracles ' labours which first appeared in a literary source.
Thompson's own haunting recitation of his 1950 poem of " apocalyptic expectation, " The Place Called Choice ," appeared on the 1984 vinyl recording, " The Apocalypso ," by Canadian pop group, Singing Fools, released by A & M Records.
On January 29, 1845, his poem " The Raven " appeared in the Evening Mirror and became a popular sensation.
Jason appeared in various literature in the classical world of Greece and Rome, including the epic poem Argonautica and tragedy, Medea.
On 1 April 1987, Julian Lennon appeared as The Baker in Mike Batt's musical, The Hunting of the Snark ( based on Lewis Carroll's poem ).
Perceval, although unfinished, was particularly popular: four separate continuations of the poem appeared over the next half century, with the notion of the Grail and its quest being developed by other writers such as Robert de Boron, a fact that helped accelerate the decline of Arthur in continental romance.
His first essay in poetry was at the age of fourteen, when a poem written by him appeared in the pages of Young England, December, 1861.
The poem has since been very widely circulated and has appeared in other versions and layouts, with additional or variant passages.
In English, the phrase Noble Savage first appeared in poet Dryden's heroic play, The Conquest of Granada ( 1672 ):< poem >
" The poem appeared in The Poetry Quartos, collected and printed by Paul Johnston, and published by Random House in 1929.
Similar comments were made even in Constantinople, where John Kyriotes Geometres penned a poem offering a punning comparison between the Bulgarian Emperor and a comet which appeared in 989.
Its full title is a poem Apple wrote after reading letters that appeared in Spin regarding an article that had cast her in a negative light in an earlier issue.
Before he reached 19 years of age, Fargue had already published in L ' Art littéraire in 1894 and his important poem Tancrède appeared in the magazine Pan in 1895.
His son Muirgen came to Fergus ' grave and spoke a poem, and Fergus ' ghost appeared to him and related the events of the Táin as they happened.
Hawksmoor is the subject of a poem by Iain Sinclair called ' Nicholas Hawksmoor: His Churches ' which appeared in Sinclair's collection of poems Lud Heat ( 1975 ).
Eeyore also wrote the awkwardly-rhymed poem called " POEM ", which appeared on the " rissolution ", making him the only character in the Winnie-the-Pooh books other than Pooh himself who attempts to write poetry.
He appeared on the television show The Equalizer in the 1987 episode " First Light " and as the narrator of director Richard Kwietniowski's short film Ballad of Reading Gaol ( 1988 ), based on the poem by Oscar Wilde.