Discussion Herbert, George Authors Literature
Criticism scholastic and person opinions of George Herbert and his works
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- [EMLS SI 7 (May, 2001): 2.1-28] Donne, Herbert, and the Worm of Controversy - By Louis Martz. Ecclesiastical dispute in the British Church as reflected in the works of Donne and Herbert.
- George Herbert from English 211 course at Goucher College, Maryland - Summary of more than just the major poems.
- George Herberts personality and divided aims reflected in his poems - First section of a two-part article by the Rev. F.E. Hutchinson, in The Cambridge History of English and American Literature.
- The Church as Text in Herbert's Temple and Country Parson - The Church as building and poetic image.
- [EMLS 5.3 / SI 4 (January, 2000): 7.1-37] "How shall I measure out thy bloud?", or, "Weening is not measure": TACT, Herbert, and Sacramental Devotion in the Electronic Temple - On Communion and the Eucharist in Herbert's poems.
- Chapter 5, III. Typological symbolism in the readings of Ruskin's childhood - Appreciation of Milton, Bunyan and Herbert.
- George Herbert - Brief introduction, followed by a consideration of "A Priest to the Temple." By the Rev. W.H. Hutton, in The Cambridge History of English and American Literature.
- [EMLS 1.2 (August 1995): 5.1-11] Affliction and Flight in Herbert's Poetry: A Note - Discussion on the "Affliction" poems in THE TEMPLE.
- [EMLS 2.1 (April 1996): 6.1-6] Blending Popular Culture and Religious Instruction: Herbert's Outlandish Proverbs - How Herbert\\'s collection of "Outlandish Proverbs" gives a better understanding herbert, george of the period.
- Christian Allegory in the 17th Century: A Comparison of George Herbert and John Bunyan - Includes poems on poetry and "The World."
- [EMLS 1.2 (August 1995): 3.1-25] "Not Onely a Pastour, but a Lawyer also": George Herbert's Vision of Stuart Magistracy - Discussion of law and justice in Renaissance Britain.
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