Imitations and parodies of Byron, Scott, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Southey and John Wilson. "Epistle to R. S----" purporting to be by Scott, is by Thomas Pringle.
Get this from a library! The poetic mirror: or, The living bards of Britain.. [James Hogg]. Bards of Fantasia: A Poem for Britain is a time traveling extravaganza that ranges from the 22nd century CE to prehistoric times. Students in a future English university, Skall and Dor, set out to solve ancient mysteries and riddles, thereby changing the past and saving their war-torn, toxic present/5. The poetic mirror: or, The living bards of Britain. by Hogg, James 3 editions - first published in Read Listen. The poetic mirror, or, The living bards of Britain by Hogg, James 3 editions - first published in Read Listen. A series of lay sermons on good principles and good breeding Open Library is . The Poetic Mirror; or The Living Bards of Britain. A rare original article from the Monthly Review, Published by Monthly Review, London ().
In order to obtain money to stock his farm Hogg asked various poets to contribute to a volume of verse which should be a kind of poetic "benefit" for himself. Failing in his applications he wrote a volume of parodies, published in , as The Poetic Mirror, or the Living Bards of Great : The Online Books Page. Online Books by. James Hogg (Hogg, James, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Hogg, James, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (Gutenberg text) Hogg, James, The Three Perils of Man: or, War, Women and Witchcraft, A Border Romance (3 volumes together; London; Longman, Hurst, Rees. Observations on several parts of Great Britain, particularly the High-lands of Scotland, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year Book. Poems. Including Lyrical ballads, and the miscellaneous pieces of the author. The poetic mirror, or, The living bards of Britain. Creator: Hogg, James, Collection. BARDS OF FANTASIA (Book 1): A Poem for Britain: -V.2 standard text, light pics - Kindle edition by Wilcox, S.W., Adic, Magdalena, Castillo, Rodel, Makoni, Tino, Lookabaugh, Cat. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading BARDS OF FANTASIA (Book 1): A Poem for Britain: -V.2 standard text Reviews:
The parodies of The Poetic Mirror; or, The Living Bards of Britain () delighted audiences and maintained Hogg's popularity, though many of his other works of this period were ignored or. Hogg positions himself centrally in The Poetic Mirror, or The Living Bards of Britain (), and invites us to examine an emerging Romantic poetic canon both from the inside and the outside. Crucially, here, as elsewhere, he is a critical viewer as well as a maker of literary culture. Thereupon Hogg produced clever parodies of Wordsworth, Byron, Southey, Coleridge, Wilson, Scott, and himself (Thomas Pringle supplying an epistle in the manner of the Marmion introductions), publishing them, with an ingenious preface, in as The Poetic Mirror; or, The living bards of Great Britain. This work is marked by real poetic power Children: James Hogg. The poetic mirror: or the living bards of Britain. Mador of the moor. Dramatic tales. 2 vols, The long pack: a Northumbrian tale. The Brownie of Bodsbeck and other tales. 2 vols, A border garland. ? The Jacobite relics of Scotland. , Winter evening tales. 2 vols, Poetical works. 4 vols,