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Traherne

(trəˈhɜːn)
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(Biography) Thomas. 1637–74, English mystical prose writer and poet. His prose works include Centuries of Meditations, which was discovered in manuscript in 1896 and published in 1908
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Exclusive to the July open weekends, visitors can enjoy special performances of Stabat Mater, led by Bennett Hogg, composed by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, and performed by The William Shield Chamber, directed by John Traherne MBE.
| Middlesbrough Weightlifting Club - PS1,000 from Zoe Traherne, InBond, for a Skippers Lane-based club, at the heart of Grangetown, Thorntree and Brambles Farm, needing more equipment for those from disadvantaged areas.
Traherne Williams shook Sophia Williams and threw her onto a couch while she was crying on May 30 2016, police said.
The smallest of the marvels of flowers and flies and beetles and pebbles, and the radiance that washed over them, would fill me with a mute, pent-up rapture almost unendurable" (34), recalls the childhood vision and love of the natural world associated with the then newly-found work of Thomas Traherne. (1) Comparison of the passage in Memoirs of a Midget (34) with Traherne's vision, in his famous words, of the "sweet and curious apprehension of the world" as seen by an innocent child suggests the nature of Traherne's influence on De la Mare.
Two editions of Thomas Traherne's complete works are now in process.
Dove draws from a variety of texts, Wordsworth and Traherne obvious sources, but also among others Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman, whose eponymous poem sets into motion a wonderful, wheeling conclusion.
And as we will see, Traherne also struggles to articulate a
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A sacramental focus, primarily centered on the Eucharist but at the same time more generalized, is found also in Matthew Traherne's essay, 'On the Sacramental in Purgatorio.' The most interesting part of Traherne's study is his discussion of the senses as insufficient tools for an understanding of divine creation, the art of God, in Pg.