It analyzes representative pieces by three influential rhapsodists
during the Western Jin: Fu Xuan, Zhang Zai, and Zuo Si, who bridged the verisimilar style from the Han rhapsody to Southern Dynasties poetry.
On the contrary, the poet tells us that the shade of her memory exists only on the aged lips of a blind rhapsodist
Former Manton number one John Reid was on aboard that day when Commander Collins beat Rhapsodist
and Dehoush and those two have shown themselves to be above average performers.
Ridden to lead inside the final furlong, he kept on strongly to account for Royal Ascot winner Rhapsodist
by one and a quarter lengths.
Racing Post Trophy acceptors: Bienamado, Coliseum, Commander Collins, Cupid, Desaru, Festival Hall, Gudlage, Housemaster, Magno, Rhapsodist
, Stormy Skye, Tchaikovsky, The Exhibition Fox, Timhas, Tumbleweed Quartet.
But once the real action was going there was just no holding the man as he powered to a treble on Bahr, Kayf Tara and Rhapsodist
The nineteenth-century rhapsodist
John Ruskin wondered at the miraculous design of a boat's bow, to which oars, sails, and steam were little more than incremental improvements.
and actor [is] the middle ring, and the first one is the poet himself But it is the deity who .
He may at first have been a rhapsodist
(a professional reciter of poetry), learning the technique and vocabulary of the epic by memorizing and reciting heroic songs.
Numinous, Walmsley stirs the rhapsodist
but leaves the inky bibliographer in esperance of a few more enriching examples from the world beyond Berkeley's oeuvre.
See Charles Brockden Brown, "The Man at Home," in The Rhapsodist
and Other Collected Writings by Charles Brockden Brown, ed.
His first productions, a series of periodical essays under the title "The Rhapsodist
," appeared in the Columbian Magazine in 1789.