miscellany


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miscellany

a miscellaneous collection of essays, poems, etc., by different authors in one volume
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By contrast, neither the frontispiece for the Ramsay edition, nor its redacted version featuring Burns in the frontispiece for The Poetical Miscellany, admit any scriptural reference to a poet other than the poet represented in the medallion.
It promises to be a night full of great songs sung by some of the town's best known musical names because the company up there on stage will be Cath Stevenson's Miscellany Cabaret Group.
Eva Nystrom's essay in this section, entitled "Looking for the Purpose behind a Multitext Book: The Miscellany as a Personal 'One-Volume Library'," scrutinizes the internal codicological minutiae of her fifteenth-century Greek miscellany to determine its homogeneity.
This note aims to stimulate interest in the play (and the verse miscellany in which it is found) by expounding some of its key features.
To win a copy of The Everton Miscellany, tell us Who were the only two previous players before Steven Pienaar to have joined Everton from Tottenham Hotspur?
To state my own conclusion plainly, Erusalimskii has not proven that Prince Andrei Kurbskii put together a miscellany of his own works some time before his death in 1583 in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
She argues, "The range of bibliographic performances in this miscellany encompasses visual and verbal performances both theoretical and concrete, and constructs the category of devotional performance in its broadest terms" (16).
However, here's an extra bit of miscellany for Old Firm fans.
Mark your entries EVERTON MISCELLANY COMPETITION and send them to us at Daily Post, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB or e-mail us at sport@dailypost.
Advertisements for Myself (New York: Putnam, 1959), miscellany.
There's some street stuff in there, parks and ramps, some interviews with some of the local guys, and some assorted miscellany.
From pondering about the universe itself to poop jokes--this is the range of humor that author Robert Levin brings in his short story collection, "When Pacino's Hot, I'm Hot: A Miscellany of Stories & Commentary".