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Published by Yale University Press; [etc., etc.] in New Haven .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Thesis (PH. D.)--Yale University, 1923.

Other titlesChristus redivivus., Archipropheta.
Statementby L.R. Merrill ...
SeriesYale studies in English ..., LXIX
ContributionsMerrill, Le Roy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR2549.G5 Z6 1925
The Physical Object
Paginationiv p., 2 l., [3]-463 p.
Number of Pages463
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6677671M
LC Control Number25010258
OCLC/WorldCa2158652

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Nicholas Grimald (or Grimoald) () was an English poet. Grimald was at Cambridge and Oxford, and was chaplain to Bishop Ridley. He contributed to Tottel's Songs and Sonnettes (); wrote 2 dramas in Latin, Archi-propheta and Christus Redivivus; and made translations. The Life and Poems of Nicholas Grimald. By L. R. MERRILL. Yale Studies in English, LXIX. Yale University Press; Oxford University Press. I iv.+ 2os. net. DR. MERRILL'S dissertation on Nicholas Grimald is a substantial piece of work that has many . VIII. The New English Poetry. § Nicholas Grimald. The first edition (Juen, ) contained forty of his poems, and gives his name in full. In the second edition, published a month later at least thirty of these poems have disappeared, and the author’s name . Grimald, Nicholas (b. /20, d. in or before ) was a poet, dramatist and humanist scholar. Some of his poems were included in Tottel's anthology of poetry, Songes and Sonettes or Tottel's Miscellany and he is frequently credited with being the editor of this work. Two of .