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Dated in the year Denham, John, Sir, [ Book: ] At University of Sydney Coopers-hill A poem, written by the Honourable Sir John Denham, Knight of the Bath.
by: Denham, John, Sir, Published: () Cato Major of old age A :// Coopers-Hill: A Poem () by Denham, John. New. London: H. Hills, in Black-fryars, near the Water-side, Small 8vo, pp. 16; type-flowers at head of p. 5; disbound; late 19th-century wrappers with relevant and orderly manuscript notes on upper cover; a few soil spots, else very good and :// Aubrey describes the delight which Denham took in the neighbourhood of the house at Egham, which had come to him by the death of the elder Sir John, its builder, in 20 This neighbourhood, as seen from Cooper’s hill, was the subject of a poem which, combining description with moral reflection in an unfamiliar manner, was, as an example The unlucky knight's grandson was that Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, who was made a Knight of the Bath at the coronation Coopers well.
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EDITOR’S NOTE. An attempt has been here made for the first time to include all of Pope’s poetical work within the limits of a single volume; and to print the poems in an approximately chronological order. It has been often difficult, and sometimes impossible, to determine the exact date of a given poem; and the known order of composition has been modified so far as to permit a method of Placing the revisions made to earlier versions of Coopers Hill and the Virgil translation for publication in the s alongside each other bring out the other main focus of this article, which is Denham’s use of the distinctive Virgilian strategy of the post eventum prophecy.
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