Poets Robert Bridges
, John Masefield, Cecil Day-Lewis and John Betjeman all held which title?
The Arrighi typeface is Warde's most readily identifiable accomplishment; it first appeared in The Tapestry, a 1925 edition of the poetry of Robert Bridges
En el itinerario impredecible de su propio misterio pascual, fue su amigo y poeta Robert Bridges
quien publico sus poemas treinta anos despues de su muerte, en 1918.
Hopkins was studying under Matthew Arnold and Walter Pater and had begun a close friendship with Robert Bridges
, the future poet laureate of England.
A few years ago, Robert Bridges
, executive director and co-head of Sterling Capital Management's behavioral finance equity group, took a long look at the airline sector.
Poets discussed include Alfred Noyes, Robert Bridges
In Chapter One, Allis considers choral composer and head of the Royal College of Music (1895-1912), Hubert Parry, and his cantata Invocation to Music (1895), written in collaboration with poet Robert Bridges
, later Poet Laureate (1913-1930).
One afternoon last fall, Robert Bridges
sat in his kitchen high above Sunset Boulevard, reflecting on his life and career.
In atmospheric complement to Britten's piece, “Seven Part-Songs for Female Voices and Strings,” by Gustav Holst (1874-1934) is an ethereal and deeply haunting work set to the poetry of Robert Bridges
This notion would prove to be of paramount concern to Robert Bridges
, whose own metrical innovations sought to harmonise inherently 'English' speech patterns with what he saw to be a distinctly English foot--the 'Britannic'.
2 : 199-218) recreates the circumstances surrounding the publication of this first edition of Hopkins' poems, edited by Robert Bridges
and appearing under the imprint of the Oxford University Press.
Virginia Woolf, while visiting Robert Bridges
, lifelong friend of Hopkins and later poet laureate, asked to see the manuscript of Hopkins's poetry Bridges kept in his library rather than any of her host's own work.