The Harbrace Anthology Of Poetry

Paperback | December 12, 2005

byJon Stott, Raymond E. Jones, Rick Bowers

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The Harbrace Anthology of Poetry 4e continues its tradition of presenting a varied and diverse selection of poem by men and women from around the world. With nearly 30% new content, the 4the also edition offers updated biographical and explanatory notes for traditional and contemporary poems, strategies for writing about literature, and a glossary of literary terms.

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The Harbrace Anthology of Poetry 4e continues its tradition of presenting a varied and diverse selection of poem by men and women from around the world. With nearly 30% new content, the 4the also edition offers updated biographical and explanatory notes for traditional and contemporary poems, strategies for writing about literature, an...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:456 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:December 12, 2005Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176415416

ISBN - 13:9780176415419

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Anonymous Medieval Lyrics and BalladsAnonymous Lyrics Western Wind Sumer is icumen in (The Cuckoo Song) I sing of a maiden Anonymous Popular Ballads Sir Patrick Spens Bonny Barbara Allan The Renaissance Sonnet Sir Thomas Wyatt My galley charged with forgetfulness Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey Love that doth reign Edmund Spenser One day I wrote her name upon the strand Sir Philip Sidney Who will in fairest book of nature knowSamuel Daniel When men shall find they flower, they glory, passMichael Drayton Since theres no help, come let us kiss and partThomas Carew Mediocrity in love rejected Sir Walter Ralegh The Nymphs Reply Christopher Marlowe The Passionate Shepherd to His Love William Shakespeare Sonnet 18 (Shall I compare thee to a summers day?) Sonnet 55 (Not marble, nor the gilded monuments) Sonnet 73 (That time of year thou mayst in me behold) Sonnet 116 (Let me not to the marriage of true minds) Sonnet 130 (My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun) Thomas Campion My Sweetest Lesbia I care not for these ladiesJohn Donne Song (Go, and catch a falling star) A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning The Canonization The Flea Holy Sonnet X (Death be not proud) Holy Sonnet XIV (Batter my heart) Elegy XIX?To His Mistress, Going to Bed Ben Jonson Song: To Celia On My First Son Lady Mary Wroth Song (Love a child is ever crying) In this strange labyrinth how shall I turnRobert Herrick To the Virgins, To Make Much of Time Upon Julias Clothes George Herbert The Altar Easter Wings John Milton Lycidas When I consider how my light is spent On the Late Massacre in Piedmont Anne Bradstreet To my Dear and loving Husband Upon the burning of our house, July 10, 1666 Richard Lovelace To Althea, from Prison To Lucasta, Going to the WarsAndrew Marvell To His Coy Mistress The Garden Katherine Philips To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship Against LoveAlexander Pope The Rape of the Lock; An Heroi-Comical Poem Thomas Gray Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard William Blake The Lamb The Little Black Boy The Chimney Sweeper (1789) Holy Thursday (1789) Nurses Song (1789) The Tyger The Chimney Sweeper (1794) Holy Thursday (1794) Nurses Song (1794) The Sick Rose London William Wordsworth Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey She dwelt among the untrodden ways It is a beauteous evening, calm and free London, 1802 The world is too much with us I wandered lonely as a cloud Samuel Taylor Coleridge Kubla Khan The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Frost at Midnight George Gordon, Lord Byron She Walks in Beauty On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year Percy Bysshe Shelley Ozymandias Ode to the West Wind To a Skylark To ___ (Music, when soft voices die) John Keats On First Looking into Chapmans Homer When I have fears Ode to a Nightingale Ode on a Grecian Urn To Autumn La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad Elizabeth Barrett Browning from Sonnets from the Portuguese: XLIII (How do I love thee?) Hiram Powerss Greek Slave A Musical Instrument Alfred, Lord Tennyson The Eagle. Fragment The Lady of Shalott Ulysses Robert Browning My Last Duchess The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxeds Church ?Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came? Walt Whitman When I Heard the Learnd Astronomer O Captain! My Captain! Ones-Self I Sing A Noiseless Patient SpiderMatthew Arnold Dover Beach Christina Rossetti Up-Hill Song (When I am dead) The World Emily Dickinson 288 Im Nobody! Who are you? 303 The Soul selects her own Society ? 328 A Bird came down the Walk ? 465 I heard a Fly buzz ? when I died ? 520 I started Early ? Took my Dog ? 712 Because I could not stop for Death ? Gerard Manley Hopkins Pied Beauty Gods Grandeur The Wind