Thomas Campion

Standard Name: Campion, Thomas


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Intertextuality and Influence Margaret Drabble
Imagery of postpartum fluidity, particularly lactation, characterizes the lovers' growing passion and the descriptions of female sexual desire and orgasm. The narrative alternates between a schizoid third-person dialogue
Drabble, Margaret. The Waterfall. Penguin, 1971.
and first-person narration as Jane attempts...
Intertextuality and Influence Charlotte O'Conor Eccles
COCE headed her book with two lines from Thomas Campion : Alas, poor book . . . go spread thy papery wings. / Thy lightness cannot help or hurt my fame.
O’Conor Eccles, Charlotte. Modern Men. Leadenhall Press, 1887.
She walks a...
Textual Production Viola Meynell
Her first title comes from the first line of a song by Thomas CampionFollow thy fair sun, unhappy shadow—which expresses the self-denigration considered appropriate for the courtly lover.
Campion, Thomas. “Follow Thy Fair Sun, 1601”. University of Toronto Libraries: Representative Poetry Online (RPO), edited by Norman J. Endicott.
In her revision, Meynell...


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