2 edition of Robin Ernest William Flower 1881-1946 found in the catalog.
Robin Ernest William Flower 1881-1946
Bell, Harold Idris Sir
|Series||Proceedings of the British Academy -- vol.32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27p.,1 leaf of plates (p.ort) ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
OBIN ERNEST WILLIAM FLOWER (–) Was born 16 October at Meanwood, Yorkshire. After a distinguished undergraduate degree at Pembroke College, Oxford, Flower joined the British Museum (now the British Library) in as an assistant to . His daughter, Ida Mary Streeter, married in , the university friend of her brother Canon B H Streeter, Robin Ernest William Flower() a scholar of Irish literature & poet: Oxford Dictionary biography:: [He published a book , Practical Observations on Abortion]: [biog at legal Sopers] see census age
Robin Ernest William Flower (16 October – 16 January ) was an English poet and scholar, a Celticist, Anglo-Saxonist and translator from the Irish language. He is commonly known in Ireland as "Bláithín" (Little Flower). This page is managed by So Hate That is Brother to Death Was in the Heart of Craftainy the Harper f.
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The Exeter book of Old English poetry / with introductory chapters by R.W. Chambers, Max Forster and Robin Flower Flower, Robin, [ Book: ] Languages: English, Old (ca. );English, [1 other] At UQ Library. 'Robin Ernest William Flower' ' in Proceedings of the British Academy, 32 (19) Binchy, Daniel A.: 'Two Blasket Autobiographies' in Studies 23 (Dec.
) Flower, Robin, “Ireland and medieval Europe [Sir John Rhŷs Memorial Lecture]”, Proceedings of the British Academy 13 (): – The annals in Cotton MS Titus A xxv Freeman, A. Martin, and Robin Flower, “The annals in Cotton MS Titus A xxv [part 4]”, Revue Celtique 44 (): – Robin Ernest William Flower (–) fou un acadèmic i poeta anglès, celticista, anglosaxonista i traductor del gaèlic irlandès.
És conegut comunament a Irlanda com a "Bláithín" (Petita Flor). Es casà amb Ida Mary Streeter. Robin Ernest William Flower (Meanwood yn Yorkshire, – ) wie in Ingelsk dichter en gelearde; saakkundige op it mêd fan Keltyske talen, Angelsaksen en oersetter út it Ierlân is er meast ferneamd as Bláithín ('Lytse blom').
Wurkpaad. Op it mêd fan it Angelsaksysk, hat er oer it Exeter Boek skreaun Hy ûnduts tuskenfoechsels yn it Aldingelsk fan Beda troch. Author: Flower, Robin, ; Format: Book; 29 p.,  leaf of plate: facsim. ; 26 cm. Laurence Nowell and the discovery of England in Tudor times / by.
A Survey of the Proposals for the Alternative Prayer Book. Part II. Occasional Offices, Alcuin Club Prayer Book Revision Pamphlets, XIII, London (A.R.
Mowbray & Co.: ) Bell, H. I., Robin Ernest William FlowerProceedings of the British Academy, Vol. XXXII, London (Geoffrey Cumberlege: ) - offprint.
Robin Ernest William Flower ( - ) was an English poet and scholar, a Celticist, Anglo-Saxonist and translator from the Irish language. He is commonly known in Ireland as "Blithn" (Little Flower). CONDITION.
In a cloth binding. Externally, smart but with slight fading to spine, minor shelfwear and very slight marks to boards.
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Collection Title: Norman Colbeck Collection of English Literary Manuscripts, ; This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held in the Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Robin Ernest William Flower, or more affectionately Blvithfri, was a Yorkshireman, born at Meanwood, near Leeds, on 16 October His mother was Jane Lynch, of Yorkshire birth but Galway family, and his father was Marmaduke Flower, who after an adventurous career which included soldiering in the American civil war, settled down to.
History. Leeds Grammar School was founded infollowing the death of the Reverend William Sheafield in July that year.
Sheafield left £14 13s. in his will to maintain a schoolmaster "to teach and instruct freely for ever all such Younge Schollars Youthes and Children as shall come and resort to him from time to time to be taught instructed and Type: Independent.
Robin Ernest William Flower, / Harold Idris Bell --XVII. Kenneth Sisam, / Neil Ker --XVIII. Bruce Dickins, / R. Page --XIX. Florence Elizabeth Harmer, / Dorothy Whitelock --XX. Nora Kershaw Chadwick, / Kenneth Jackson --XXI. The following are the Dun Emer and Cuala Press holdings in the Rare Book Collection, which holds nearly all of the 77 numbered titles.
Flower, Robin,tr. with preface by William Butler Yeats. Dublin: The Cuala press, Gwi. Gregory, Lady, Coole, by Lady Gregory. Dublin, Ire., The Cuala Press, Harper's Outdoor Book for Boys (English) (as Author) Adams, Joseph Quincy, dia; Shakespearean Playhouses A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings to the Restoration (English) (as Author) Adams, J.
S., Mrs., Allegories of Life (English) (as Author) Adams, Katharine Red Caps and Lilies (English) (as. [Robin Ernest William Flower; fam.
“Blaithín”]; b. 16 Oct., Meanwood, Yorkshire; ed. Leeds Grammar School and Pembroke College, Oxford; encouraged to visit Blasket Islands by Carl Marstrander at the School of Irish Learning (Dublin), and encouraged K. Jackson to go in turn; learned Irish there from Tomas O Criomhtain; issued Eire and Other Poems ().
The Irish Collection of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library at the Ohio State University Libraries owns Fenollosa, Ernest Francisco,tr.
Certain noble plays of Japan: from the manuscripts of Ernest Fennolosa, chosen. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Abbott, Clinton G. (Clinton Gilbert), Abbott, Cyrail E Abbott, Cyril E William E.A. (William Edward Augustin), Aikin, Arthur, Robin Flower (Q) From Wikidata.
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