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Cavalier spirit and its influence on the life and work of Richard Lovelace (1618-1658).

Cyril Hughes Hartmann

Cavalier spirit and its influence on the life and work of Richard Lovelace (1618-1658).

by Cyril Hughes Hartmann

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Published by George Routledge & Sons, Ltd. in London .
Written in English

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  • Lovelace, Richard.

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      As a self-styled “Cavalier poet,” Richard Lovelace shared the Royalist politics of his friends and family. In , he decided to join the regiment of another young Royalist, George Goring, and rose to the rank of captain during service in the Bishops Wars of , when King Charles sought to impose Anglican orthodoxy on the. The Cavalier spirit and its influence on the life and work of Richard Lovelace () by Cyril Hughes Hartmann. By Cyril Hughes Hartmann. Abstract. xv, p. front., ports. 23 cm Topics: Lovelace, Richard, -- Author: Cyril Hughes Hartmann.

      The author of this week's poem, To Althea, from Prison, is properly assigned to the Cavalier school of poets. Richard Lovelace was a passionate supporter of Author: Carol Rumens.   Richard Lovelace: Dynamics of Spiritual Life (Downers Grove, IL: Inter-Varsity Press, ) I am intentionally reserved about recommending books and resources. I would be rich if I had a dollar for every lame manuscript that is shamelessly hyped to consumers as the “next big thing.” But of all the books I read during my sabbatical, [ ].

    Richard Lovelace () Lovelace is the truest Cavalier. His work is gallant, courteous and chivalrous. He wrote about love, honor and war and sometimes combined the three, producing what I deem to be the best example of Cavalier poetry: To Lucas, Going to the Wars Tell me not (Sweet) I am unkind, That from the nunnery Of thy chaste breast. The best known of the cavalier poets are Robert Herrick, Richard Lovelace, Thomas Carew, and Sir John Suckling. Most of the cavalier poets were courtiers, with notable exceptions. For example, Robert Herrick was not a courtier, but his style marks him as a cavalier poet.


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An Interview with Author Richard Lovelace & Christian Book Distributors (CBD) "Revival is an infusion of new spiritual life imparted by the Holy Spirit to existing parts of Christ's body." -Richard Lovelace Richard F.

Lovelace (Th. D., Princeton), professor emeritus of church history at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, is the author of Homosexuality and the Church,The American. The Cavalier spirit, and its influence on the life and work of Richard Lovelace () / by Cyril Hughes Hartmann Hartmann, Cyril Hughes, [ Book: ].

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Richard Lovelace, English poet, soldier, and Royalist whose graceful lyrics and dashing career made him the prototype of the perfect Cavalier. Lovelace was probably born in the Netherlands, where his father was in military service. He was educated at Charterhouse and Oxford, and at age 16 or.

Delineates the distinctive themes, characterization, and language of Cavalier plays. Hartmann, Cyril Hughes.

The Cavalier Spirit and Its Influence on the Life and Work of Richard Lovelace. Richard Lovelace. Our knowledge of Richard Lovelace’s career is mainly derived from the account which Anthony à Wood has given of him in his Athenae Oxonienses.

He belonged to an influential Kentish family, and was the eldest son of Sir William Lovelace, of Woolwich, where he was born in I finished rereading Lovelace's large book for the first time in many years and I remember now the dual influence of his exercise in spiritual theology upon me.

The first influence was in creating a sense of the place and the operation of renewal in the church argued from a firm basis in Scripture and in Lovelace's analysis of history/5.The cavalier spirit, and its influence on the life and work of Richard Lovelace () New York: Haskell House, Skelton, Robin.

Cavalier poets.