2 edition of Canadian journal of Alfred Domett found in the catalog.
Canadian journal of Alfred Domett
|Statement||edited by E.A. Horsman and Lillian Rea Benson.|
|Contributions||Horsman, Alan, 1918-, Benson, Lillian Rea.|
Alfred Domett was born in Camberwell, near London in His father was a ship owner and had been in the merchant service. Domett went to St John’s College, Cambridge though he left without a degree. As a young man he travelled widely in the United States, in the West Indies and in Canada, keeping a journal of his time in Canada where he. Grey ’s friend, the poet and politician Alfred Domett, spun it out to enormous length in his massive epic Ranolf and Amohia (); artists such as Nicholas Chevalier drew on it in lush, suggestive paintings such as Hinemoa (); and several composers and librettists produced musical works based on it.
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by E. Horsman and Lillian Rea Benson (review) G. Craig; The Canadian Historical Review; University of Toronto Press; Vol Number 1, March ; p. 94; Review ; View Citation; Additional InformationAuthor: M.
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Being an extract from a journal of a tour in Canada, the United States and Jamaica, Edited by E. Horsman and Lillian Rea Benson.
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The Diary Review - Browning's friend Domett. DIARY DATES, CONTENT DESCRIPTORS ___ literary society people art. WEB TEXT LINKS one quote about Browning a couple of extracts.
ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT LINKS British Library, Manuscripts Collection. SOME PUBLISHED TITLES Diary of Alfred Domett, The Canadian Journal of Alfred Domett.
None of this material, though, was published until when Oxford University Press brought out The Diary of Alfred Domett,edited by E A Horsman. Another volume appeared two years later, published by University of Western Ontario: The Canadian Journal of Alfred Domett: being an extract from a journal of a tour in Canada, the United.
The Canadian Journal of Alfred Domett: Being an Extract from a Journal of a Tour in Canada, the United States and Jamaica, – ed.
by E. Horsman and Lillian Rea Benson (review) G. Craig; p. The Canadian journal of Alfred Domett: being an extract from a journal of a tour in Canada, the United States and Jamaica, / edited by E.
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