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An Collins

(fl. c. 1643—1663) poet


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The Evangelical Moment: The Promise of an American Religion. By Kenneth J. Collins. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 2005. 288 pp. $22.99 paper

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The Redemption: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Christ as Redeemer. Edited by Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall, SJ, and Gerald O’Collins, SJ.

The New Economic Sociology: Developments in an Emerging Field. Edited by Mauro F. Guillén, Randall Collins, Paula England, and Marshall Meyer. Russell Sage, 2002. 381 pp

Modern Love: An Intimate History of Men and Women in Twentieth-Century Britain. By Marcus Collins. Atlantic Books, London, 2003. ix + 294 pp. 17 b & w illustrations. ISBN 1-903809-21-5, £19.99.

We were Each Other's Prisoners: An Oral History of World War II American and German Prisoners of War. By Lewis H. Carlson. New York: Harper-Collins, 1997. 258 pp. Hardbound, $25.00.

God and Ronald Reagan: A Spiritual Life. By Paul Kengor. New York: Regan Books (an imprint of HarperCollins), 2004. 402pp. $26.95, and Hand of Providence: The Strong and Quiet Faith of Ronald Reagan. By Mary Beth Brown. Nashville, Tenn.: WND Books (a division of Thomas Nelson), 2004. 215pp. $24.99

Mary Lefkowitz. Not Out of Africa: How Afrocentrism Became an Excuse to Teach Myth as History. (A New Republic Book.) New York: BasicBooks of HarperCollins. 1996. Pp. xvii, 222. $24.00. Mary R. Lefkowitz and Guy Maclean Rogers, editors. Black Athena Revisited. Chapel Hill: Univcrsity of North Carolina Press. 1996. Pp. xxi, 522. Cloth $55.00, paper $18.95

 

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(fl. 1640s–1650s) Poet, unknown except for a volume of religious verse (Divine Songs and Meditations) bearing her name, published in London in 1653. It seems from the poems and prefatory material that she lived in the country, suffered chronic ill health, was middle aged, and had no children. She wrote during the English Civil War but her precise religious and political affiliations are elusive. Her poems use innovative forms and much biblical reference, especially to the Song of Songs (see Bible), and include a verse paraphrase of Ecclesiastes 12. There is an edition by Sidney Gottlieb, 1996, from the sole surviving copy, in the Huntingdon Library, California.

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