- SAINT GREGORY'S MORALIA AS A POSSIBLE SOURCE FOR THE MIDDLE ENGLISH PATIENCE. Walls, Kathryn // Notes & Queries;Dec1992, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p436
The article discusses Saint Gregory's "Moralia" as a possible source for the Middle English "Patience." No one has questioned the appropriateness of "Patience" as the title of the Middle English poem everyone knows by that name, even though it is a nineteenth-century invention. The poem begins...
- Patience. Davis, Christopher // James White Review;Spring/Summer88, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p10
Presents the poem 'Patience.'
- Containment of anger in the medieval poem, `Patience'. Pohli, Carol V. // English Language Notes;Sep91, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the motif of enclosure in the medieval poem `Patience.' Personalized feature in the allegorical situation of Jonah; Jonah as a negative verbal sign; Target audience of the poem.
- PATIENCE: 'MUNSTER DOR' Andrew, Malcolm // English Language Notes;Mar1977, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p164
Focuses on the scenes and episodes of the poem 'Patience.' Discussions on the fictitious character Jonah; Details on Christian traditional associations; Metaphors on man's voluntary acceptance of his duty to God.
- PATIENCE. Maynard, Theodore // America;5/3/1919, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p105
The article presents the poem "Patience," by Theodore Maynard. First Line: Le Patience have her perfect work, Last Line: For all the patience that He gave!
- Patience. Carter, Laton // Notre Dame Review;Winter/Spring2007, Issue 23, p85
Presents the poem "Patience," by Laton Carter. First Line: That responsibility could be fear, Last Line: a hastening of wings.
- Patience. Zinman, Phoebe // American Poetry Review;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p48
Presents the poem "Patience," by Phoebe Zinman. First Line: All winter at the house on Hillside; Last Line: and seal it into the cracked white wall with a kiss.
- Patience. Heithaus, Joseph // Southern Review;Autumn2005, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p779
Presents the poem "Patience," by Joseph Heithaus. First Line: Listen to it say shhh; Last Line: suffer, it says again, and pay.
- patience. Harris, Rory // Overland;Autumn2006, Issue 182, p61
This article presents the poem "Patience," by Rory Harris. First Line: a heavy patience; Last Line: don't mean tears.