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- Wheatley, Phillis (1753-1784 ) Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral
- Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral
- Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, by Phillis Wheatley (1773)
- Poems on various subjects, religious and moral
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Wheatley, Phillis (1753-1784 ) Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral
John Wheatley, of Boston, in New England published 1 September is a collection of 39 poems written by Phillis Wheatley , the first professional African-American woman poet in America and the first African-American woman whose writings were published. Phillis Wheatley broke barriers as the first American black woman poet to be published, opening the door for future black authors. James Weldon Johnson , author, politician, diplomat and one of the first African-American professors at New York University , wrote of Wheatley that "she is not a great American poet—and in her day there were no great American poets—but she is an important American poet. Her importance, if for no other reason, rests on the fact that, save one, she is the first in order of time of all the women poets of America. And she is among the first of all American poets to issue a volume.
Born around , the future poet was kidnapped from some part of Africa and transported to Boston aboard the slave ship Phillis in A frail child of not more than seven, she miraculously survived a transatlantic journey that killed nearly a quarter of her fellow-passengers a figure slightly higher than average for slave ships of that time. Only those unfit for work on the plantations—women, children, the elderly, sick, or disabled—continued on to Boston to be sold as domestic servants. Slavery was legal in all of the British colonies in the midth century, but African slaves were fairly uncommon in New England. John Wheatley, a prosperous Boston merchant and devout Congregationalist, purchased the little girl as a companion for his wife, Susanna. She was named after the ship that brought her from Africa. Once in the Wheatley home, Phillis quickly displayed an aptitude for learning.
Although she was an enslaved person, Phillis Wheatley Peters was one of the best-known poets in preth century America. Her name was a household word among literate colonists and her achievements a catalyst for the fledgling antislavery movement. But it was the Whitefield elegy that brought Wheatley national renown. Wheatley, ran advertisements for subscribers in Boston newspapers in February When the colonists were apparently unwilling to support literature by an African, she and the Wheatleys turned in frustration to London for a publisher. Wheatley, suffering from a chronic asthma condition and accompanied by Nathaniel, left for London on May 8,
Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral
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The Wheatley family took great interest in Phillis' education. According to the letter from John Wheatley included in the preface of her book, she learned English in just sixteen months and "as to her writing, her own curiosity led her to it These classical influences are present in her work in terms of both poetic form and classical allusions, though her most pervasive influences were arguably the Bible and eighteenth century evangelical Christianity. Wheatley published her first poem, "On Messrs. Hussey and Coffin" in the Newport Mercury in It wasn't until several years later, when her elegy, "On the Death of the Rev. George Whitefield, ," was published that she began to garner any sort of public prominence.
Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, by Phillis Wheatley (1773)
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The extraordinary writings of Phillis Wheatley, a slave girl turned published poet In , a young girl arrived in Boston on a slave ship, sold to the Wheatley family, and given the name Phillis Wheatley. After studying English and classical literature, geography, the Bible, and Latin, Phillis published her first poem in at the age of 14, winning much public attention and considerable fame. When Boston publishers who doubted its authenticity rejected an initial collection of her poetry, Wheatley sailed to London in and found a publisher there for Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral.
Poems on various subjects, religious and moral
Успокойся, Дэвид. Спокойно. Он оглядел пустой зал.
Старая электрическая сушилка для рук захватана грязными пальцами. Беккер остановился перед зеркалом и тяжело вздохнул. Обычно лучистые и ясные, сейчас его глаза казались усталыми, тусклыми. Сколько я уже тут кручусь. Однако считать ему не хотелось. По профессиональной привычке поправив съехавший набок узел галстука, он повернулся к писсуару. Он подумал, дома ли Сьюзан.
Бринкерхофф посмотрел на мониторы, занимавшие едва ли не всю стену перед ее столом. На каждом из них красовалась печать АНБ. - Хочешь посмотреть, чем занимаются люди в шифровалке? - спросил он, заметно нервничая. - Вовсе нет, - ответила Мидж. - Хотела бы, но шифровалка недоступна взору Большого Брата.
Немало. - В Севилью - по делам? - настаивал Ролдан. Ясно, конечно, что это никакой не полицейский, это Клиент с большой буквы.
Мидж задумалась. До нее тоже доходили подобные слухи. Так, может быть, она зря поднимает панику. - Мидж. - Джабба засопел и сделал изрядный глоток.
Все-таки он опоздал. Плечи Беккера обмякли. - А на этот рейс были свободные места.
Так появился апельсиновый мармелад. Халохот пробирался между деревьями с пистолетом в руке. Деревья были очень старыми, с высокими голыми стволами.