Heaney, Peter 1995 0-7734-9026-4 244 pages After an introductory essay on the history of Grub Street, there follows works on the subject by Ned Ward, Daniel Defoe, Tom Brown, Jonathan Swift, John Arbuthnot, Alexander Pope, Richard Savage, Leonard Welsted, Colley Cibber, and several anonymous writers. The volume includes both familiar works (Swift's A Modest Proposal. . . and Pope's The Dunciad [Book II]), as well as more obscure and hard-to-find works.
Cobb, Carl W. 2000 0-7734-7863-9 260 pages Volume One contains facing-page translations of the sonnets of the Golden Age, roughly the years from 1492-1681. During this period the poetry of courtly love and neo-Platonic vision prevailed, as represented by Garcilaso de la Vega and Quevedo. The poets are listed chronologically by date of birth. More than 140 poets are represented by at least one sonnet and sometimes more, in Volume One alone.
Cobb, Carl W. 2000 0-7734-7863-9 260 pages Volume One contains the sonnets of the golden Age, roughly the years from 1492-1681. During this period the poetry of courtly love and neo-Platonic vision prevailed, as represented by Garcilaso de la Vega and Quevedo. The poets are listed chronologically by date of birth. More than 140 poets are represented by at least one sonnet and sometimes more, in Volume One alone. The next two volumes will cover the periods from 1700-1915 and 1915-present.
Cobb, Carl W. 2003 0-7734-6632-0 262 pages Contains facing page translations of sonnets by: de Ayala, de Toledo, de Lobo, Villaroel, Benegasi y Luján, Porcel, de la Huerta, Trigueros, de Cadalso, Hervás, de Hore, Carvajal, de Iriarte, de Rojas, Pellizzoni, Forner y Segarra, Valdés, Villanueva, de Moratín, de Arriaza, de Arjona, Solís, Blanco y Crespo, de Beña, Somoza, de la Rosa, De Saavedra, de los Herreros, de Espronceda, de Campoamor, Tassara, Coronado, Ascalante, de Palacio, de Arce, Ganivet, de Unamuno, Valle-Inclán, Gabriel y Galán, de Zayas, Quinero, de Sandoval y Cutulí, Machado, Rueda, Contreras, Villaespesa, de Mesa, Verdugo, Mac-Kinley, Lazcano, Jiménez, Sierra, D’Ors, de Gálvez, Martín, Bojart, Ángel, Estrada, Sassone, Vela, Morales, del Rio Sainz, Sarachaga, de madariaga, de Basterra, de la Serna, Blanco, Romero, Porrás, de Silva, Espinosa, Endériz, de Góngora, Vighi, Fortún, Tomás, Escudero, Pascual, Borrás, Alarcón, Ardavín, Vidal y Planas, Salinas, Iturrino, Barbadillo, Montaner y Castaños, Fernández-Shaw, Mazas, Carlo, Bacarisse, Ledo, del Valle, Diego, Alfaro, Lorca, Alons, Aleixandre, Pemán, Domenchina, Bóveda, Buscarini, Mateo, Viniegra, Chacel, Prados, Calderón, Porlán y Merlo, Prat, Gargallo, Borro, Lacomba, Laffón, Montes, Mendizábal, González, Alberti, Cernuda, Aymerich, Pérez-Clotet, Pla, Guarner, Muñoz, Belmás, González-Ruano, de Dauner, de Entrambasaguas, Souvirón, Herrera, Morube, de Champourcin, Luelmo, Altolaguirre, Allue y Morer, Giorgeta, Muniz, del Castillo-Alejabeytia, Estrada y Segalerva, Gil-Albert, Vivanco, del Castillo, Rodríguez, Frax, Marquerie, de Moxo, Abril, Panero, de Albareda, Diaz-Plaja, Rojas, Sanz
Kaylor, Noel Harold Jr. 1997 0-7734-8614-3 504 pages This is a state of the art anthology of critical and creative works on the short story for scholars and readers. The collection is unique in that it combines the critical creative approaches to short fiction and includes works by inflential critics and writers who convey their love of the genre through their writing. Contributors include some of the best critics of the Short Story anywhere, talented fiction writers (one a Pulitzer Prize winner).
Murphy, Graham J. 2000 0-7734-7838-8 428 pages This anthology collects and organizes the multiform depictions of the Irish from 1786-1840, in a volume that establishes the origins of the American cultural fixation on representations of the Irish.
Cobb, Carl W. 1997 0-7734-8422-1 278 pages This is a representative anthology of the verse of Jorge Guillén by noted translator Carl Cobb. Guillén used a wide variety of poetic forms, including traditional forms with rhyme and assonance, blank and unrhymed verse, and free verse. In a time of poets generally lost in the hell-hole of consciousness, Guillén set out to create a positive world of normal living, using a positive and courageous voice. In choosing the poems for this massive two-volume work, Dr. Cobb first respected the poet's own mature choices by translating all the poems he chose for his own Mis Mejores poesiás, a limited selection of the 'best' of his poetry. He has also translated all of his poems which have become anthology pieces, as well as choosing representative selections from Canticle, Clamor and Homage. Finally, he has translated a generous number of his décimas (a form he made his), a number of sections of his "Clovers" (a form he invented), and many sonnets. The result is a definitive representation of one of Spain's great poets of the 2oth century.
Tucker, Bernard 1996 0-7734-8866-9 200 pages This volume brings together all the poems by the two women which are available in several eighteenth-century anthologies. This edition prints the poems in their original format as transcribed from the editions in the Bodleian Library. Notes have been added to explain references contemporary and classical, and a brief introduction sets the poets in their background. Because Laetitia Pilkington published her poems randomly interspersed in her Memoirs, this edition reproduces where available for each poem her comments from the Memoirs which often set the poem in context. A companion volume to The Poetry of Mary Barber (Mellen, 1992), this means that virtually all of the poems attributed to these three women are now accessible to scholars and students.
Putnam, Mark 2016 1-4955-0471-9 136 pages This work offers a fresh perspective on bilingual anthology. It’s expertly translated verses wonderfully capture the bold and vibrant contemporary Andalusian poetry of this select group of women. The added reader bonus is the inclusion of helpful and important biographical excerpts from interviews of these outstanding female poets.