As a garden it consists , in memory , of that labyrinth and of two mulberry - trees , though very likely there was ... dwarfed in a bird's - eye view below , where I waited in motionless terror of a tame but very 432 The Hesperian Tree.
Trees have been found on these mounds eight hundred years old , which , while not determining that these ... before a tree was cut from the forest or a farm opened for It may cultivation , and the other two while the 212 The Hesperian Tree.
Author: Alexander Nicolas De MenilPublish On: 1905
He took it , looked profound , examined it , and then declared : " This ball is the product of the bread - fruit tree . ” The secretary then stated the character of the ball . Another member of the association , anxious to explain bis ...
Few of my countrymen have had the opportunity , in conMY LOCUST TREE . sequence of the situation of it being remote from any part of commerce . Its latitude and longitude I do not exactly recollect . My bonnie tree - my bonnie tree ...
Trees and shrubs not armSECTION 20 . Lobes of the leaves entire , ed with prickles . obtuse , unawned ; leaves acute at base . 143. Ptelea trifoliata , Linn . Stinking 119. Quercus obtusiloba . Burr oak . ash . 120. Quercus macrocarpa .
Shakespeare's Theatres and England's Trees Vincent Joseph Nardizzi ... 9 My sense is that the Hesperian tree that Friar Bacon conjures in the Rose carries with it such occidental and protocolonial associations.
Author: Vincent Joseph Nardizzi
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Wooden Os is a study of the presence of trees and wood in the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries – in plays set within forests, in character dialogue, and in props and theatre constructions. Vin Nardizzi connects these themes to the dependence, and surprising ecological impact, of London's commercial theatre industry on England's woodlands, the primary resource required to build all structures in early modern England. Wooden Os situates the theatre within an environmental history that witnessed a perceived scarcity of wood and timber that drove up prices, as well as statute law prohibiting the devastation of English woodlands and urgent calls for the remedying of a resource shortage that was feared would result in eco-political collapse. By considering works including Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, the revised Spanish Tragedy, and The Tempest, Nardizzi demonstrates how the “trees” within them were used in imaginative ways to mediate England's resource crisis.
A further dimension of the " golden tree " -arbor philosophica imagery in Taylor's meditations -- especially when he refers to the fruit of the tree as " golden apples " -- is that of the Hesperian Tree . 17 The mythological Hesperian ...
The Hesperian and Andromeda ; and the “ great harlot tree bore golden apples ; but the phrase mentioned in the Revelations , appears to used by Moses , and translated apple , have been the same as Medusa , which means no more than fruit ...
The Hesperian tree : an public money of the United States . Ann annual of the Ohio valley , 1903 . V. 2. CoArbor , Mich . , Michigan Political Science lumbus , O. , S. F. Harriman , 1902. 500 p . Assoc . , 1902 . 160 p .