2 edition of Green grow the tresses-O found in the catalog.
Green grow the tresses-O
Henry Stanley Hyland
|Statement||by Stanley Hyland.|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.H994 Gr3, PR6058.Y6 Gr3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||66029899|
Bind up those tresses. O, what love I note In the fair multitude of those her hairs! Where but by chance a silver drop hath fallen, Even to that drop ten thousand wiry friends Do glue themselves in sociable grief, Like true, inseparable, faithful loves, Sticking together in calamity. Constance. To England, if you will. King Phillip. A hero's armor gleams. And earnest thoughts within me rise, THE REAPER AND THE FLOWERS. When I behold afar, Suspended in the evening skies, THERE is a Reaper, whose name is Death, The shield of that red star. And, with his sickle keen, He reaps the bearded grain at a breath, 0 star of strength! I see thee stand And the flowers that grow between. “The Ranter” also handles two other themes important to the Poet of the Poor, namely the majesty of nature in the countryside around Sheffield and the power of religion. The central character of the poem is a poor labourer called Miles Gordon, who is an amateur, inspirational preacher. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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Today I’m highlighting another of his books, Green Grow the Tresses-O, which was first published inat which time Hyland lived and worked on the periphery of politics, producing political broadcasts for television, as well as being involved with a wide range of other TV shows.
Green Grow the Tresses-O it was ok avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5. Who Goes Hang; Green Grow the Tresses-O; Top Bloody Secret by Stanley Hyland A Shot of Murder (Mapback #) by Jack Iams Death by Moonlight (Avon #) by Michael Innes Bitter Ending (Dell Mapback #) by Alexander Irving Let There Be Blood; The Egyptian Coffin; Fool's Gold by Jane Jakeman I’ve mentioned before the guilty pleasure I take from the twisty mysteries of Francis Durbridge, and my latest contribution to Patti Abbott’s series of Forgotten Books is his book, The Scarf.I read it immediately after the new Kate Atkinson, and of course Atkinson is a much finer literary stylist than Durbridge.
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There let the vine with rich full clusters hang, Its fair young tendrils flung around the stone; Due meed for that sweet wisdom which he sang, By Muses and by Graces called their own.
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In fair variety of green: The woodland lends its sylvan screen. Hoary, yet haughty, frowns the oak, Its boughs by weight of ages broke; And towers erect, in sable spire, The pine-tree scathed by lightning-fire; The drooping ash and birch, between, Hang their fair tresses o’er the green, And all beneath, at random grow: Each coppice.
Bind up those tresses. O, what love I note: In the fair multitude of those her hairs. Where but by chance a silver drop hath fallen, Even to that drop ten thousand wiry friends: Do glue themselves in sociable grief, Like true, inseparable, faithful loves, Sticking together in calamity.
It looks like a simple but sordid murder to Detective Inspector Sugden when a girl, who has been linked to half the men in town, is found dead and nearly bald in a vat of boiling dye.
But soon the mill town finds she was not the first, and Sugden is pressed by Scotland Yard, the British and American Air Forces, and the local head librarian before he finds himself putting the binding on. Green Grow the Tresses- O, Stanley Hyland.
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Now soaring high they skim the air, and now Beholds the fibres grow, but not for him. In pledge of amnesty to every soul, The calm'd Eumenides prepare the bowl, Drop their wild tresses o'er the goblet's brink, And, ere they drain it, give their serpents drink.
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On the green hill-top, waited his approach, And as he came I aimed at his left flank. The barbèd shaft sped idly, nor could pierce. The flesh, but glancing dropped on the green grass. He, wondering, raised forthwith his tawny head, And ran his eyes o'er all the vicinage, And snarled and gave to view his cavernous throat.
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The blushing mead, green dell, and dusky glade; Shades with pellucid clouds the tintless field, And all the future Group exists conceal'd; Till waked by fire the dawning tablet glows, Green springs the herb, the purple floret blows, Hills vales and woods in bright succession rise, And all the living landscape charms his eyes.
The tresses, o'er her bosom spread, Were by a faint breeze blown; 'Her heart is beating,' Lesley said, 'She is not really gone.' And still that form he fondly pressed, And still of hope he dreamed, Nor marked how from his own young breast Life's crimson current streamed.
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Birds arise from the funeral pile of Memnon. SCENE II. KING JOHN'S palace. Enter KING JOHN, PEMBROKE, SALISBURY, and other Lords KING JOHN Here once again we sit, once again crown'd, And looked upon, I hope, with cheerful eyes.
PEMBROKE This 'once again,' but that your highness pleased, Was once superfluous: you were crown'd before, And that high royalty was ne'er pluck'd off. She loosed her tresses o'er the battlements And when they straightened out they reached the ground. Then spake Rudaba from the wall above: "O paladin.
O child of warrior-race. Now speed thee quickly and gird up thy loins, Exert thy lion-breast and royal hands. Seize these black tresses which hang down beside me All dedicate to thee." Zal gazed.
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Bind up those tresses.—O, what love I note. In the fair multitude of those her hairs; Where but by chance a silver drop hath fall’n, Even to that drop ten thousand wiry friends Do glue themselves in sociable grief, Like true, inseparable, faithful loves, Sticking together in calamity.
CONSTANCE. To England, if you will. From the beginning of the book to the end, the reader will not find an artificial note. Sincerity and simplicity prevail throughout. Surely there is a touch of originality in the fact that the poet, with such remarkable facility for rhyme and metre and in the out- ward forms of his art, should cling so per- sistently to what is simple and true.
And the green, green leaves. The blue sky spreads above. But no orange at all compares. With the oranges that she has, the full-grown girl of Agra. The world swarms under the orange trees, the green leaves and the golden fruits. I love but to look at her, the full-grown girl of Agra.
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[Sarah realizes that whoever stole her manuscript intends to act out the final chapter of the book in which the heroine is shot as she crosses the finish line of the marathon.] Ackroyd, Peter. Green grow the tresses-o. London, Gollancz, Hyland, Stanley.Bind up those tressesO, what love I note In the fair multitude of those her hairs!
Where but by a chance a silver drop hath fallen, Even to that drop ten thousand wiry friends Do glue themselves in sociable grief; Like true, inseparable, faithful loves, Sticking together in calamity.
CONSTANCE. To England, if you will. KING PHILIP. Bind up.The First Book From bodies various form'd, mutative shapes My Muse would sing:—Celestial powers give aid! From you those changes sprung,—inspire my pen; Connect each period of my venturous song Unsever'd, from old Chaös' rude misrule, Till now the world beneath Augustus smiles.
While yet nor earth nor sea their place possest, Nor that cerulean.