English Literature and Religion
King, J. Roy. “A Study of the Relationship of Thematic and Stylistic Variations in Jeremy Taylor’s Prose.” Ph.D. dissertation. University of Pennsylvania.
Abstract: Dissertation Abstracts 14 (1954): 525–26.
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“The Bibliography of Jeremy Taylor” (letter). The Library 5th ser., 3 (1948): 66.
Thoughts For the Day
PRAYER is the burthen of a sigh;
The falling of a tear,
The upward glancing of an eye,
When none but God is near.
James Montgomery… 202 more words
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GREAT is the facile conqueror;
Yet haply he, who, wounded sore,
Breathless, unhorsed, all covered o’er
With blood and sweat,
Sinks foiled, but fighting evermore, 167 more words
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L i t e r a r y L i f e
I travell’d on, seeing the hill, where lay
A long it was and weary way.
The gloomy cave of Desperation
I left on th’ one, and on the other side… 798 more words
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WHAT man is he, that boasts of fleshly might
And vaine assurance of mortality,
Which, all so soone as it doth come to fight
Against spirituall foes, yields by and by, 184 more words
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Man of the Cloth
I believe in listening to my dreams. When I was in graduate school I had the honor of studying with Jeremy Taylor. Jeremy has devoted his life to dreams and dream work. 354 more words