also relates an account on the authority of the boy's tutor, Ibn Faris al-Qazwini, recounting Aba 1-Facll's delight at the comportment of his son and his literary juvenalia
The dissonance of OFR with Aristotle's reproductive theory does not preclude its being part of Aristotle's juvenalia
which, for some reason, has been incorporated into the corpus completely unrevised; however, it seems far more likely that the author is someone other than Aristotle.
In Jane Austen's Beginnings: The Juvenalia
and Lady Susan, edited by J.
William Thackeray, Burlesques from Cornhill to Cairo and Juvenalia
(London 1903), p.
Teddy will be up for sale on May 19 in Bonhams' sale of Fine Teddy Bears and Juvenalia
Nevertheless, it is Tennyson's sonnet "As When We Muse and Brood," also first published in the 1832 Poems, and republished as Juvenalia
in 1872, that may have been a model for the as/so sonnets of Rossetti.
I suppose you heard about the loss of my Juvenalia
By the age of seven he had made his orchestral debut and by 13 took first prize in the Juvenalia
Chamber Music Competition.
A View from the Palatine: The Juvenalia
of Theodore de Beze.
Dazzling in their ordinary way, all spiffed-up with learned footnotes, and though I choose to consider them as juvenalia
, they do clue the reader in that the editor-to-be knows his prosody as well as he knows his theory of musical composition, that he will, in the years ahead, be fully equipped as a distinguished reader and publisher of poetry that is fresh, visionary.
I seem to have certain masochistic leanings, and so have retained such juvenalia
Like his model, Leonard Bernstein, MTT has a passion for Mahler, even for such juvenalia
as ``Das klagende Lied.