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  1. Katherine Philips (1631/21664): Printed Poems 1667 (Early Modern Englishwoman: a Facsimile Library of Essential Works) by Katherine Philips;Paula Loscocco, 2007-04-25
  2. Sir Philip Sidney: The Major Works (Oxford World's Classics) by Sir Philip Sidney, 2002-11-28
  3. Collected Works: The Poems of Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda by Katherine Philips, 1990-12
  4. Sir Philip Sidney: Courtier Poet by Katherine Duncan-Jones, 1991-10
  5. Echoes across the Blue Ridge: Stories, Essays, and Poems by Katherine Stripling Byer, Bettie Sellers, et all 2010-08-01
  6. Katherine Philips (1631/2-1664): Printed Publications 16511664 (Early Modern Englishwoman: a Facsimile Library of Essential Works) by Paula Loscocco, 2007-04-25
  7. Collected Works: The Letters of Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda v. 2 by Katherine Philips, 1992-12
  8. Katherine Philips (1631/21664): Printed Letters 16971729 (Early Modern Englishwoman: a Facsimile Library of Essential Works) by Katherine Philips, 2007-05-31
  9. Katherine Philips (Orinda) (University of Wales Press - Writers of Wales) by Patrick Thomas, 1988-12-01
  10. The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia: (The Old Arcadia) (Oxford World's Classics) by Sir Philip Sidney, 2008-10-15
  11. Fair Ladies: Sir Philip Sydney's Female Characters (Renaissance and Baroque Studies and Texts) by Katherine J. Roberts, 1994-04
  12. Poems: 1667 (Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints) by Katherine Philips, Travis Dupriest, 1992-03
  13. Sir Philip Sidney: The Major Works (Oxford World's Classics) by Sir Philip Sidney, 2009-02-15
  14. POEMS BY THE MOST DESERVEDLY ADMIRED MRS. KATHERINE PHILIPS. by Katherine PHILIPS, 2033

1. Philips, Katherine
Functions Modeling Change A Preparation for Calculus, Sir Philip Sidney The Major Works (Oxford World's Classics), The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia The Old Arcadia (Oxford
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  • 2. Katherine Philips: Information From Answers.com
    Philips, Katherine (n e Katherine Fowler ), called ‘Orinda’ (16311664), author of Pompey (1663), a heroic play based on Corneille, and the first drama to be written for
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    3. Katherine Philips 1632–1664 - Critical Essay By Paula Loscocco Summary | BookR
    Katherine Philips 1632–1664 Critical Essay by Paula Loscocco. Katherine Philips 1632–1664 - Critical Essay by Paula Loscocco summary with 22 pages of encyclopedia entries
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    4. 67. To My Excellent Lucasia, On Our Friendship. Katherine Philips. Metaphysical
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    5. Philips Katherine (Fowler) Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia
    Research Philips Katherine (Fowler) and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the Questia.com online library.
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    6. Title Page For ETD Etd-02262009-31295006974017
    Type of Document Dissertation Author Philips, Katherine, URN etd02262009-31295006974017 Title Katherine Philips, a critical edition of the poetry
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    Type of Document Dissertation Author Philips, Katherine, URN etd-02262009-31295006974017 Title Katherine Philips, a critical edition of the poetry Degree Doctor of Philosophy Department English Advisory Committee Advisor Name Title No Advisors Found Keywords
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    7. 68. To My Lucasia, In Defence Of Declared Friendship. Katherine Philips. Metaphy
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    8. Katherine Philips Criticism
    Philips, Katherine Introduction INTRODUCTION. At the time of her death, Philips was considered the first British
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    9. Katherine Philips, Biographical Introduction
    Short biography from Ron Cooley at the University of Saskatchewan.
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    Katherine Philips
    Biographical Introduction
    Katherine Fowler was born on New Year's day, 1631 in London, England. Her father, John Fowler, was a Presbyterian merchant. Katherine was educated at one of the Hackney boarding-schools, institutions whose students were admired more for their beauty than their academic achievements, where she became fluent in several languages. After the death of John Fowler, Katherine's mother married a Welshman, Hector Philips, and, in 1647, at the age of sixteen, Katherine was married to fifty-four-year old James Philips, Hector's son by his first wife. In spite of the difference in their ages, there appears to have been little conflict between Katherine and James. What division there was, was political in nature: she was a Royalist; he supported Oliver Cromwell. This difference in their views is recorded in Katherine's poetry. However, James continued to reside on the coast of Wales, while his wife spent much of her time in London. He encouraged her literary activities and left her largely to her own devices. Her time was not idly spent. Besides bearing two children (a son, Hector, who lived only forty days, and a daughter, Katherine, who lived to be married), Philips founded The Society of Friendship, wrote some hundred and sixteen poems, completed five verse translations, and translated two plays by Pierre Corneille (1606-1684) from the French. The earlier of these dramatic translations, a rendering of Pompey, was produced in 1663, the first play by a woman to be performed on the London stage. It was also performed, to great acclaim, in Dublin in the same year. The later translation, Horace, was not finished in her lifetime. Sir John Denham (1615 - 1669) completed her work, and the play was produced in 1668.

    10. Glbtq >> Literature >> Philips, Katherine
    Twothirds of the poems of Katherine Philips, The Matchless Orinda, concern erotic relationships among women.
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    Philips, Katherine (1632-1664) page: "To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship" The relationship between Lucasia and Orinda is further developed and clarified in "To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship," for which the traditional soul-body dichotomy is the metaphorical basis. In this poem, Orinda's soul is not only given life by Lucasia, but Lucasia's soul actually becomes the animating force of her lover's body: "never had Orinda found / A soul till she found thine" (11-12). The lovers are united in one immortal soul, and their relationship grants to the speaker attributes similar to those of a "bridegroom" or "crown-conquerer." Philips presents the metaphor in an overstatement that extends the cosmic aspects of their loving: "They have but pieces of the earth, / I've all the world in thee." Sponsor Message.

    11. Upon The Double Murder Of King Charles - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Don LePan, et al. Toronto Broadview Press, 2006. 7856.Print. ^ Philips, Katherine. Upon the Double Murder of King Charles. The Broadview Anthology of British Literature.
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    12. Katherine Philips, "Orinda To Lucasia Parting"
    Text of a poem transcribed from the 1667 edition of the book Poems.
    http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/Texts/lucasia.html
    Orinda to Lucasia
    Parting October 1661 at London
    By Katherine Philips ("Orinda")
    Edited by Jack Lynch
    The text comes from Philips's Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda ADIEU dear object of my Love's excess,
    And with thee all my hopes of happiness,
    With the same fervent and unchanged heart
    Which did it's whole self once to thee impart,
    (And which though fortune has so sorely bruis'd,
    Would suffer more, to be from this excus'd)
    I to resign thy dear Converse submit,
    Since I can neither keep, nor merit it.
    Thou hast too long to me confined been,
    Who ruine am without, passion within. My mind is sunk below thy tenderness, And my condition does deserve it less; I'm so entangl'd and so lost a thing By all the shocks my daily sorrow bring, That would'st thou for thy old Orinda call Thou hardly could'st unravel her at all. And should I thy clear fortunes interline With the incessant miseries of mine? No, no, I never lov'd at such a rate To tye thee to the rigours of my fate, As from my obligations thou art free

    13. Katherine Philips Edson - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Katherine Philips Edson (Mrs. Charles Farwell Edson) (January 12, 1870 – November 5, 1933) was an American social worker and feminist, born at Kenton, Ohio, and educated in private
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is an orphan , as few or no other articles link to it . Please introduce links to this page from related articles suggestions may be available (February 2009) Katherine Philips Edson (Mrs. Charles Farwell Edson) (January 12, 1870 – November 5, 1933) was an American social worker and feminist , born at Kenton, Ohio , and educated in private schools. From 1910 to 1916 she was a member of the State Board of the California Federation of Women's Clubs . She was responsible for the minimum wage bill which the California Legislature passed in 1913. She was a delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1920. In 1921, she became a member of the advisory committee of the Conference on the Limitation of Armaments This biographical article about a United States activist is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it v d e Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katherine_Philips_Edson Categories American feminists People from Hardin County, Ohio ... American activist stubs Hidden categories: Articles lacking sources from December 2009 All articles lacking sources Orphaned articles from February 2009 All orphaned articles Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Search Navigation Interaction Toolbox Print/export

    14. Katherine Philips - Poems And Biography By Poetry Connection
    Katherine Philips (1631 1647) Biography of Katherine Philips; Katherine Philips (1631 - 1647) Katherine Fowler was born on New Year's day, 1631 in London, England.
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    Today, on November 4th, 2010, the site contains 196 poets , 8,692 poems and 18,651 comments Biography of Katherine Philips
    Katherine Philips (1631 - 1647)
    Katherine Fowler was born on New Year's day, 1631 in London, England. In 1647, at the age of sixteen, Katherine was married to fifty-four-year old James Philips. Soon after, she formed the Society of Friendship where she and a small group of women wrote poems of love and friendship to one another. Each member took on a nicknamePhilips became known from that point on as Orinda. She began writing to her friend Mary Aubrey (Rosania), but later wrote more to Anne Owen (Lucasia). Ladies, forming this kind of a group would be a great way to expand your friendships.
    20 Poems written by Katherine Philips The poems are by default sorted according to volume, but you can also choose to sort them alphabetically or by page views.
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    Miscellaneous Content, To My Dearest Lucasia Friendships Mystery, To My Dearest Lucasia Orinda To Lucasia Parting October 1661 At London To My Excellent Lucasia, On Our Friendship ... Against Love 1 Comment Arion to a Dolphin, On His Majesty's passage into England.

    15. Philips, Katherine
    Philips, Katherine 17th Century Women Poets Find a biography and list of resource materials on the women writer from Renaissance Britain. Includes selected poems.
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    16. Katherine Philips Poems
    Katherine Philips Katherine Philips, the Matchless OrindaKatherine Philips (1 January 1631 – 22 June 1664), was an AngloWelsh poet.
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    Philips, Katherine, trans. (from Pierre Corneille) Horace (1667), 1667 $10.00 Philips, Katherine (Fowler) Horace, conclusion by John Denham, 1669
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    England's Tears, a Poem, 1774
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    "In Emulation of Cowley's Poem Call'd the Motto" and Other Poems, 1689?
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    Philips, Katherine. The Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Literature. Claire Buck, ed. New York Prentice Hall, 1992. 911. Philips, Katherine. British Women Writers a critical
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    Double click any English word, to find Turkish meaning Katherine Philips 1 January 22 June ), was an Anglo-Welsh poet
    Born in London , she was daughter of John Fowler, a Presbyterian , and a merchant of Bucklersbury, London . Philips is said to have read the Bible through before she was five years old. Additionally, she acquired remarkable fluency in several languages. She broke with Presbyterian traditions in both religion and politics, and became an ardent admirer of the king and his church policy. In , when she was sixteen, she married a Welsh Parliamentarian named James Philips who was fifty-four years old.
    Her home at the Priory, Cardigan, Wales became the centre of a literary coterie, a "society of friendship", the members of which were known to one another by pastoral names: Philips was "Orinda", her husband "Antenor", and Sir Charles Cotterel "Poliarchus". "The Matchless Orinda", as her admirers called her, was regarded as the apostle of female friendship, and inspired great respect. She was widely considered an exemplar of the ideal woman writer: virtuous, proper, and chaste. She was frequently contrasted to the more daring Aphra Behn , to the latter's detriment. Her poems, frequently occasional, typically celebrate the refined pleasures of platonic love.

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