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English pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson

English pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson

a study of its literary aspects

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Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Macmillan Co. in London, New York, Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England -- Clergy,
  • Preaching,
  • Clergy -- England

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W. Fraser Mitchell.
    SeriesLibrary of English literature -- LEL 10701.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxii, 516 p.
    Number of Pages516
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13561168M
    OCLC/WorldCa16101194

    English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of its Literary Aspects (London ) p. Aside from stylistic evidence, its brevity makes it unlikely to be genuine: it is half the length of other feast-day sermons in XCVI. Sermons. For the later period there is W. Fraser Mitchell English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson (), which crosses this study at various points, but is centred on the development of prose style as related to 'metaphysical' preaching. Another point of view is found in the articles by.

    English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of its Literary Aspects (; Rpt. New York: Russell and Russell, ); Mulder, William. "Style and the Man: Thomas Adams, Prose Shakespeare of Puritan Divines," Harvard Theological Review (): Paylor, W. J. The Overburian Characters. Oxford: Basil Blackwell,   [See Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory, , and esp. “Preaching as a Branch of Rhetoric,” ; Johnson, Theology of John Donne, Studies in Renaissance Literature 1 (Woodbridge, England: D. S. Brewer, ); and Lossky, Lancelot Andrewes: The Preacher (), trans. Andrew Louth (Oxford: Claredon Press, ), originally published.

    He went on to Exeter College, Oxford, to research English rhetorical preaching in the seventeenth century. He was awarded the degree of , and subsequently published English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of its Literary Aspects (). You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.


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English pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson. London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; New York and Toronto, Macmillan Co.

[] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Wm Fraser Mitchell. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mitchell, W.

Fraser (William Fraser), English pulpit oratory, from Andrewes to Tillotson. BooK REVIEWS English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of Its Lit-erary Aspects. By W. FRASER MITCHELL. London: S.P.C.K.; New York and Toronto: Macmillan Co., []. xii+ This is a book for which students of the seventeenth century will be grate-ful, but it is not an unmixed blessing.

Nine years devoted to the. Fraser Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of Its Literary Aspects (New York: Russell & Russell Inc., ). Mary Morrissey represents a different perspective on the notion that Puritans generally promoted a plain style.

She argues against the distinction between the Puritan “plain” style and the Laudian “metaphysical” style in preaching, because Author: Reuben Sánchez. English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson, ().

English Religious Dissent,Author: A.C. Clifford. English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson. London: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge Books to Build an Empire: A Bibliographical History of English Overseas Interests to In English pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson (), Fraser Mitchell used ‘metaphysical’ preach- ing as an extension of the term used to describe the poetry of Donne and Herbert,& arguing that Donne, Andrewes and their fellow ‘Anglo.

Sec W. Fraser Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of Its Literary Aspects (London, ), pp. 41– 2. These facts are culled from Thomas Fuller's Introduction to The Sermons of Mr.

Henry Smith And the Life of Mr. Henry Smith (). The eighteenth century concept of the good man in relation to the novels of Henry Fielding. William. Remarks upon a late book, entituled The Fable of the Bees. London, *. A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life.

Edited by Norman Sykes. (Everyman's edition). English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson. This extract is from W Fraser Mitchell's English Pulpit Oratory From Andrewes to Tillotson published by SPCK in See pp See pp Adams’ sermons are particularly rich in topical allusion and, he drew upon contemporary deposit of strange and curious learning secured at one and the same time an edifying moral rhetorical effect.

English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of its Literary Aspects. rpt. New York: Russell & Russell, Norbrook, David. "The Monarchy of Wit and the Republic of Letters: Donne's Politics.".

Rolf P. Lessenich, Elements of Pulpit Oratory in Eighteenth Century England (–) (Cologne ), pp. 11– See also W. Fraser Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory: from Andrewes to Tillotson (London, ), p. p.and pp. –77; and John Spurr, The Restoration Church of England, –89 (New Haven, ), pp.

–   Until the last decade, the only, therefore standard, general studies of the early modern sermon were four in number: W. Mitchell’s English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson (, reprinted ), Alan Fager Herr’s The Elizabethan Sermon: a Survey and Bibliography (), Millar Maclure’s The Paul’s Cross Sermons, The accuracy of Burneťs overview of Tillotson' s preparatory edu-cation, though no doubt idealized to suit the genre of the encomium in which it appears, is largely confirmed based on the 1 William Fraser Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory From Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of Its Literary Aspects (London, [repr.

New York, ]), • Early’English’Books’Online’(EEBO) • Preachers’born’W Lancelot Andrewes William Perkins Henry Smith George Abbot English(Pulpit(Oratory(from(Andrewes(to(Tillotson:A(Study(of(itsLiterary(Aspects.

He graduated with First Class Honours in and then went on to Exeter College, Oxford, researching English rhetorical preaching in the seventeenth century.

He was awarded the degree ofand was later successful in publishing his workEnglish pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: a study of its literary aspects(). Master Fitzherbert, The Book of Husbandry. 5, () (the Penn-Helsinki Corpus of Early Modern English).

Concluding remarks. English pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A study of its literary aspects. London: Macmillan. Nevalainen, Terttu W. Fraser, Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson () William Nelson, Fact or Fiction () Marjorie Nicolson, The Breaking of the Circle () Stephen Orgel, The Jonsonian Masque () _____, and R.

Strong, The Theatres of the Stuart Court () Douglas Peterson, The English Lyric from Wyatt to Donne (). He was awarded the degree ofand was later successful in publishing his work English pulpit oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: a study of its literary aspects ().

After Oxford, Mitchell studied Education at Moray House and Edinburgh University, and became personal assistant to Professor Sir Godfrey Thomson ().

English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A Study of its Literary Aspects (London ) p. Aside from stylistic evidence, its brevity makes it unlikely to be genuine: it is half the length of other feast-day sermons in XCVI.

Sermons. The English Metaphysical Preachers. (San Marino, California: Huntington Library, ); Millar MacLure, The Paul's Cross Sermons (Toronto: U of Toronto P, ); W.F.

Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson (New York: Russell & Russell, ).After the Restoration most Anglican divines preached by Explication, Confirmation, and Application. Their sermons began with a brief introduction in which the meaning of the text was made clear from its context; sometimes a few words might need further explication, by reference to the original or to the Greek translation or by the analogy of faith, i.e.

by comparison with catechetical doctrines. Drawing attention to doctrinal puritan Thomas Adams () described by Robert Southey as "the prose Shakespeare of Puritan theologians".

Massachusetts, Harvard UP,p ) and the ‘greatest of all early Puritan divines’ (W Fraser Mitchell, English Pulpit Oratory from Andrewes to Tillotson: A as did most colonial Americans.