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|Other titles||Doctor Syntax in Paris.|
|Contributions||Combe, William, 1742-1823., Rowlandson, Thomas, 1756-1827., Combe, William, 1742-1823.|
|LC Classifications||PR3991.A1 D55 1820|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 318 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||83460306|
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The illustrations, hand-coloured aquatints, are by Charles Williams; 6 of the Doctor Syntax in Paris are signed: Williams del et sc.
Full text of "The Tour of Doctor Syntax in Search of the Picturesque" See other formats. The travels of the comical Dr. Syntax culminated in the fourth volume with his tour of the picturesque. Given the character's great success, the plates were reworked and renewed to appear in The Tour of Doctor Syntax: in Search of the Picturesque: a Poem () with thirty-one illustrations.
This work met with even greater approbation, and several editions were published Doctor Syntax in Paris one season (Grego 39). London: Matthew Iley, Item # Twenty Humorous Hand Colored Plates by Charles Williams and William Read WILLIAMS, Charles, illustrator. READ, William, illustrator. The Tour of Doctor Prosody, in Search of the Antique and Picturesque, through Scotland, the Hebrides, the Orkney and Shetland Isles; Illustrated by Twenty Humourous Plates.
William Combe’s The Tour of Doctor Syntax in search of the picturesque was begun in and published in book form in Together with the accompanying aquatints by Thomas Rowlandson that inspired the poem, it satirises the aesthetic ideals lying behind the picturesque and its frequently pompous followers.
[Combe, William] Doctor Syntax in Paris, or A Tour in search of the Grotesque, first edition, hand-coloured aquatint title and 17 hand-coloured aquatint plates after Thomas Rowlandson, light offsetting, modern half morocco by Brian Humphrey, 8vo, London: W. Wright, [Tooley ].
Syntax, Doctor. [Imitations of.] The Tour of Doctor Syntax through London, or the pleasures of the Metropolis. A Poem. Doctor Syntax in Paris, or a Tour in search of the Grotesque.
The Adventures of Doctor Comicus; or the Follies of Fortune. A comic satirical poem By a Modern Syntax [with coloured illustrations]. The Tour of Doctor Syntax, in Search of the Picturesque (Presentation copy) by Combe, William (Thomas Rowlandson, illustrator) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Georgian gentlemen and lady reading the popular book Tour of Dr.
Syntax in a parlor. Doctor Syntax and his wife reading his tour. Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn and engraved by Charles Williams from Doctor Syntax in Paris; or a Tour in Search of the Grotesque. Anon [Combe (William)], Doctor Syntax In Paris: Or, A Tour in search of the Grotesque, first edition, W.
Wright, [London]viii, pp, 26 full-page hand-coloured caricatural plates, title-page with conforming vignette, late Victorian/early Edwardian quarter-green morocco and marbled boards, marbled endpapers en suite, gilt-embossed title and sprigs of acorn in raised banding, 4to.
The Tour of Doctor Syntax through London, or The Pleasures and Miseries of the Metropolis (London: Or. Johnson ) Doctor Syntax in Paris, or A Tour in Search of the Grotesque. The tour of doctor Syntax in search of the picturesque, a poem [by W.
Combe William Combe, Syntax (dr. fict. name.) But as he ran to save his bacon, By hat and wig he was forsaken ; His sketch-book too, he left behind, A prey to the unlucky wind: While Grizzle, startled by the rout, Broke from the hedge, and pranc'd about.
Doctor Syntax in Paris; or, a towin search of the grotesque. London: W. Wright (b). The Tour of Doctor Syntax through London; or the pleasures and miseries of the metropolis: a poem, 3rd ed., p. London: J. Johnstone. The front wrapper of the first part was lettered within an engraved border as follows: No.
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Their first collaboration was The Tour of Dr. Syntax in Search of the Picturesque, issued in This was followed by several more such tours of Dr.
Syntax, which were so popular that imitators soon arose. One such imitation might be Doctor Syntax in Paris, or, A Tour in Search of the Grotesque. Doctor Syntax in Paris, or, A tour in search of the grotesque: a humorous & satirical poem Combe, William, [ Book: ]. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Third ed. London: J. Johnston, THE TOUR[S] OF DOCTOR SYNTAX IN SEARCH OF  THE PICTURESQUE;  CONSOLATION;  A WIFE [CT IN 3 VOLS] [G] by Combe, William. Seller poor mans books Published Condition Very Good with no dust jacket Item Price $.
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London: W. Wright, First edition, 8vo, hand-coloured engraved title and 17 hand-coloured plates by Charles Williamson, after Thomas Rowlandson,title stained, foxing, later half calf.
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Nb no author is cited for this book but it is generally reckoned to be by William Combe or in the style of William Combe. Missing Books (PBFA) Professional seller. Thomas Rowlandson's original, early first edition etching and aquatint, Doctor Syntax, Copying the Wit of the Window, was created by the artist in The genesis of the character of Doctor Syntax took place when Rowlandson offered the London publisher, Rudolph Ackermann, a selection of satirical drawings depicting an elderly, bumbling schoolmaster and clergyman traveling the country in.
The Paris Sketch Book () is a travelogue by William Makepeace Thackeray, published under the pseudonym of Michael Angelo Titmarsh. Thackeray includes in his book various essays and stories, such as An Invasion of France, The Story of Mary Ancel, and French Dramas and Melodramas. The Tour of Doctor Prosody Through Scotland, The Hebrides, The Orkney and Shetland Isles, 20 hand-coloured aquatint plates in the style of Rowlandson, new tissue-guards, contemporary red straight-grained morocco, g.e., slipcase [Abbey, Life ], Matthew Iley, [COMBE (WILLIAM, imitator of)] The Tour of Doctor Syntax Through London, or the Pleasures and Miseries of the Metropolis, Doctor Syntax in Paris, or, A Tour in Search of the Grotesque: a Humorous & Satirical Poem.
London: Printed for W. Wright, This is an imitation of The Tour of Doctor Syntax in Search of the Picturesque, illustrated by Thomas Rowlandson. The comic adventures of an old clergyman and schoolmaster visiting the sights became very popular. The Tours of Dr. Syntax Written by William Combe with illustrations by Thomas Rowlandson.
Original hand-coloured aquatint etchings between years old. From various editions between through circa The Tours of Dr. Syntax were published many times over a period of about 80 years. Due to the nature of aquatint etchings, the. First edition in book form, later issue, of this lively poetic imitation of the three-volume “Tours of Dr.
Syntax,” containing the traveling schoolmaster’s account of the “pleasures and miseries of the Metropolis,” with title page vignette and 19 brightly hand-colored aquatint engravings by Thomas Rowlandson and Robert Cruikshank. Grotesque is ostensibly a crime novel by Japanese writer Natsuo Kirino, most famous for her novel was published in English intranslated by Rebecca Copeland.
Publisher Knopf censored the American translation, removing a section involving underage male prostitution, as it was considered too taboo for U. : Natsuo Kirino. The Tour of Doctor Syntax, In Search of the Picturesque. A Poem. London: R.
Ackermann, 3 volumes. The Tour of Doctor Syntax, In Search of the Picturesque: A Poem. 30 hand-colored plates plus illustrated title page. iii + pages. 2nd edition. The Second Tour of Doctor Syntax, In Search of Consolation. 24 hand-colored plates. pages. Books shelved as grotesque: The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, Geek Love by Katherine Dunn, The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson, Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.
This book is framed as a series of essays examining and reflecting on Dickens's techniques for making us laugh. How is it that some written incident, or speech, or narrative 'aside' can fire off the page into the reader's conciousness and jolt him or her into a smile, a giggle, or.
The British Library catalogue lists four picturesque journeys from to ; from the time publication of Gilpin’s Observations on the River Rye in until the publication of The Tour of Dr. Syntax in this number rises to sixty.
6 If considering Gilpin’s publications alone, the commodification of the picturesque is evident. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of W Wright books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Doctor Syntax in Paris, Or, a Tour in Search of the Grotesque. W Wright.
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Contents fim and clean. 19x25cm. Numered / Full page color plates. Jean Galtier-Boissière (26 DecemberParis – 22 JanuaryNeuilly-sur-Seine) was a writer, polemist, and journalist from Paris, France.
He founded Le Crapouillot and wrote for Le Canard enchaîné. This volume. Values for 1 vol. (Syntax Imitation) The Tour of Doctor Syntax Through London. Or the Pleasures and Miseries of the Metropolis. London: J. Johnson. First to appraise similar items instantly without sending photos or descriptions.
First published inthis book provides a helpful overview of the grotesque and its use in a number of literary genres including novels, drama and poetry. After providing a historical summary of the term, the book discusses the various defining aspects of the grotesque and its relationship to other terms and modes of literature, such as satire, the comic and parody.Located in Sandy Bay's Hobart Central Business District neighbourhood, Doctor Syntax Hotel is in the historical district and near the beach.
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A POEM IN SIX BOOKS. TO WHICH IS ADDED, TIROCINIUM: OR, A REVIEW OF SCHOOLS. BY. OF THE INNER TEMPLE ESQ. A NEW EDITION. Complete with one leaf of ads. The next to the final blank end paper has paper loss to lower rt corner .