4 edition of Long-haired Iopas found in the catalog.
Edward Irenaeus Prime- Stevenson
by Priv. print. for the authour(sic) by the press of "The Italian Mail" in Florence (Italy)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, , 426 p.|
|Number of Pages||426|
Long-haired Iopas on his gilded lyre fills the chamber with songs ancient Atlas taught; he sings of the wandering moon and the sun's travails; whence is the human race and the brute, whence water and fire; of Arcturus, the rainy Hyades, and the twin Oxen; why wintry suns make such haste to dip in ocean, or what delay makes the nights drag. Longhair definition, an intellectual. See more. a person, often gifted, who is very interested in or devoted to the arts, especially a performer, composer, or lover of classical music.
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In Virgil 's Aeneid, Iopas is a bard at the court of Dido. He appears at the end of Book 1, where he sings the so-called "Song of Iopas", a creation narrative, at the banquet given for Aeneas and his Trojans.
Prime-Stevenson’s anthology Long-Haired Iopas, a collection of revised and expanded versions of his earlier newspaper writing, is also one of the few places where one finds him addressing the topic of homosexuality under his own name. (Long-haired Iopas, whom mighty Atlas once taught, makes the hall ring with his golden lyre.
He sings of the wandering moon and the sun's toils; whence sprang man and beast, whence rain and fire; of Arcturus, the rainy Hyades and the twin Bears; why wintry suns make such haste to dip themselves Long-haired Iopas book Ocean, or what delay stays the slowly passing.
Virgil makes Aeneas sing his own story which however has been beautifully prefaced in Book First (last section) where Dido’s long- haired bard Iopas chants to his “guilded lyre” the origins of natural phenomena and the heavenly spheres.
The devices of irony and simile have been pointed out in the notes of the books where they occur. Long-haired Long-haired Iopas book plays his gilded harp, which great Atlas taught him.
He sings of the wandering moon and the sun's eclipses, from what source the human race and animals came, causes of rain and lightning, of Arcturus and watery Hyades and the twin Triones; why the winter suns hasten so much to dip themselves into Ocean, or what delay hinders.
Despite being relatively little-known today, American expatriate music critic and amateur sexologist Edward Prime-Stevenson () presents a unique case study in the histories of sexuality and listening practices during the early decades of the twentieth century.
Congratulations to Kristin Franseen, a current doctoral candidate in musicology, who was awarded $10, in the International Grant Writing Competition for her grant application “Ghosts in the Archive: The Queer Knowledge and Public Musicology of Vernon Lee, Rosa Newmarch, and Edward Prime-Stevenson.” Kristin also won second place in the Dean’s Essay Prize for her essay “Onward to the.
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Whether you've loved. Decades later, Prime-Stevenson revised his earlier newspaper writings in an effort to preserve his journalism in a more permanent format in Long-Haired Iopas and A Repertory of One-Hundred Symphonic Programmes (/).
Many of the essays bear dedications to an interesting assortment of his friends and acquaintances, including George Woodberry, Vernon Lee and James Truslow Adams. One of only numbered copies, signed by the author, this example being # The book is also inscribed by the author on the half-title.
First edition of the first novel by an American with both an explicit gay theme and a sympathetic attitude toward its gay characters. Styled a “little psychological romance” by the author, the novel recounts the growing love between a middle-aged British aristocrat and a Hungarian military officer.
["Long-haired Iopas, once taught by mighty Atlas, makes the hall ring with his golden lyre."] In the conclusion of his book Adams adds (p.
): Dr. Murren, hairy Iopas, and Lanty MacHale's goat are not essential to a broad understanding of the book, and I don't suppose it takes great force of character to live in ignorance of what these. Long-haired Iopas, once taught by mighty Atlas, makes the hall ring with his golden lyre. He sings of the wandering moon and the sun’s toils; whence sprang book Gnomonice, published in Andreas, who was the son of the Nuremberg professor of mathematics Johannes Schoner (¨ –), had.
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k Followers, 1, Following, 2, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from The Longhairs (@thelonghairs). Only the long-haired bard Iopas with his cithara of gold could sing Your goodness. This chapter is from Magic of the Runes () by Samael Aun Weor. The print and ebook editions by Glorian Publishing (a non-profit organization) are illustrated to aid your understanding, and include features like a.
Prime-Stevenson's music criticism, written in the early s and revised into the anthology Long-Haired Iopas: Old Chapters from Twenty-Five Years of Music-Criticism (), remains largely neglected.This one [long-haired Iopas] sings the wandering moon and the labors [eclipses] of the sun, whence the race of men and the beasts, whence the rain and fires.
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