[b 1631?] married 16 Sept 1658 at Liskeard Joan Moore dau of John Moore of Liskeard & grand-daughter of Sir Nicholas Wadham father of John Wadham whose son Nicholas founded Wadham College. Oxford. [cannot be correct: Sir Nicholas d 1541; John d 1577; Nicholas of Wadham College lived 1532-1609. The account of Charles R.W. Lyne, , whose family branch to this day often carries Wadham name, is that John Moore m Mary Wadham. Was Mary grand-daughter of Nicholas 1532-1609? John Moore might have been gg grandson of Sir Nicholas d 1541 via dau Elizabeth.]
," by Prof. Glenn Everett. Also ," essays on Shelley's writing technique, themes, biography, and the historical background. ed. Prof. George P. Landow.
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William Grant Still (1895-1978) was an oboist, arranger and composer of jazz and popular music themes. He incorporated the Blues and jazz in his “Afro-American Symphony” which premiered in 1931 and is still one of the most recognized classical works by a black composer.
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Urquhart, Troy. Urquhart contends that "the presents a model for the creation and transfer of meaning that is remarkably similar to that described by Shelley's ." 31 (August 2003).
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Write about ” England in 1819″ by Percy Bysshe Shelley ( about 500 words including short introduction n conclusion). Find Rhetorical elements( at least 3) in this poem.
England in 1819 by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Stroup, William. Stroup considers the implications of using an early cultural critic, Henry Salt, as a model for contemporary Ecocriticism. Romanticism and Ecology, Nov. 2001.