On Gut Ben Jonson from The Forrest To Heaven William Drummond of Hawthornden Sonnet 'How many times Nights silent Queene her Face' William Browne from Britannia's Pastorals The Golden Age: Flower-weaving Thomas Campion 'There is a Garden in her face' Thomas Campion 'Now winter nights enlarge' 1618 Sir Walter Ralegh Sir Walter Ralegh to his Sonne Sir Walter Ralegh from The Ocean to Scinthia 'Butt stay my thoughts, make end, geve fortune way' Sir Walter Ralegh 'Even suche is tyme that takes in trust' 1619 Michael Drayton from Idea 61. A Conversation 'I rode one evening with Count Maddalo' Percy Bysshe Shelley from The Triumph of Life 'As in that trance of wondrous thought I lay' Caroline Oliphant, Baroness Nairne The Laird o' Cockpen Caroline Oliphant, Baroness Nairne The Land o' the Leal 1826 Anonymous A Metrical Adage Anonymous Tweed and Till Anonymous A Rhyme from Lincolnshire 1827 Winthrop Mackworth Praed Good-night to the Season 1828 Thomas Hood Death in the Kitchen Samuel Taylor Coleridge Duty Surviving Self-Love 1829 Felicia Dorothea Hemans Casabianca Dorothy Wordsworth Floating Island Laetitia Elizabeth Landon Lines of Life Laetitia Elizabeth Landon Revenge Thomas Love Peacock The War-Song of Dinas Vawr Winthrop Mackworth Praed Arrivals at a Watering Place 1830 George Gordon, Lord Byron 'So, we'll go no more a roving' 1831 Walter Savage Landor'Past ruin'd Ilion Helen lives' Walter Savage Landor Dirce Walter Savage Landor On Seeing a Hair of Lucrezia Borgia 1832 George Gordon, Lord Byron Lines on Hearing That Lady Byron was Ill 1833 Hartley Coleridge 'Long time a child, and still a child, when years' 1834 Samuel Taylor Coleridge The Knight's Tomb 1835 John Clare The Nightingales Nest John Clare The Sky Lark John Clare Mist in the Meadows John Clare Sand Martin George Darley from Nepenthe 'Hurry me Nymphs! This classic collection of verse therefore contains poetry from the earliest, primitive period, through the Nara, Heian, Kamakura, Muromachi and Edo periods, ending with modern poetry from 1868 onwards, including the rising poets Tamura Ryuichi and Tanikawa Shuntaro. Yeats Louis Macneice from Autumn Journal I. No quibble refund if not completely satisfied. Yeats In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz Dylan Thomas The force that through the green fuse 1934 Hugh Macdiarmid from On a Raised Beach 'All is lithogenesis - or lochia' 1935 William Empson This Last Pain William Empson Homage to the British Museum Louis Macneice Snow William Soutar The Tryst 1936 W. Decease Release Robert Southwell S. My senses swim' Robert Browning The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church 1846 Edward Lear from A Book of Nonsense 'There was an Old Man with a beard' 'There was an Old Person of Basing' 'There was an Old Man of Whitehaven' Emily Jane Bronte 'The night is darkening round me' Emily Jane Bronte 'Fall leaves fall die flowers away' Emily Jane Bronte 'All hushed and still within the house' Emily Jane Bronte Remembrance James Clarence Mangan Siberia 1847 Alred, Lord Tennyson from The Princess 'Now sleeps the crimson petal, now the white' 'Come down, O maid, from yonder mountain height' 1848 John Clare 'I am' 1849 Walter Savage Landor 'I strove with none, for none was worth my strife' Matthew Arnold from Resignation.
To Fausta 'He sees the gentle stir of birth' 1850 Emily Jane Bronte and Charlotte Bronte The Visionary Alfred, Lord Tennyson from In Memoriam A. Auden Musée des Beaux Arts John Betjeman Pot-Pourri from a Surrey Garden William Empson Missing Dates William Empson Aubade 1941 Louis Macneice Meeting Point Louis Macneice Autobiography 1942 T. Yeats The Sorrow of Love Arthur Symons At the Cavour 1894 John Davidson Thirty Bob a Week 1895 Robert Louis Stevenson To S. Manlius Torquatus Richard Crashaw from The Flaming Heart. Yeats The Wild Swans at Coole T.
Sun-Flower The Garden of Love London A Poison Tree 1796 Samuel Taylor Coleridge The Eolian Harp Robert Burns A Red, Red Rose 1797 George Canning and John Hookham Frere Sapphics Charlotte Smith Sonnet. It is wonderful, too, in its discovery and inclusion of eccentric, dissenting, un-Victorian voices, poets who squarely refuse to 'represent' their period. A Panegyric on the New Versification 1726 Abel Evans On Sir John Vanbrugh The Architect. Verse written up to the tenth century show the development of piyut, or liturgical poetry, and retell episodes from the Bible and exalt the glory of God. We also see familiar poets in an unaccustomed light, as Blake, Wordsworth and Shelley demonstrate their comic skills, while Coleridge, Keats and Clare explore the Gothic and surreal. From United Kingdom to U.
The presence of minor as well as major poets and the unique principle of selection make The Penguin Book of English Song a highly original anthology of English verse. About this Item: Penguin Classics, 2005. A Comet' 1727 John Gay from Fables The Wild Boar and the Ram Thomas Sheridan Tom Punsibi's Letter to Dean Swift Henry Carey A Lilliputian Ode on their Majesties' Accession 1728 John Gay from The Beggar's Opera 'Were I laid on Grrenland's Coast' 1731 Alexander Pope from An Epistle to Burlington 'At Timon's Villa let us pass a day' Jonathan Swift The Day of Judgement Jonathan Swift An Epigram on Scolding 1732 Jonathan Swift Mary the Cook-Maid's Letter to Dr. Passion, urgency, simplicity, heartbreak and renunciation are all here in a volume that superbly represents 'man's changeless responses to the changeless changing seasons of his heart'. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. About this Item: - -. Used books may not include working access code or dust jacket.
Auden 'Out on the lawn I lie in bed' W. Alexander , and even 'Twinkle, twinkle, little star' Jane Taylor. Sheridan 1733 Lady Mary Wortley Montagu A Summary of Lord Lyttleton's 'Advice to a lady' Alexander Pope from An Epistle to Bathurst Sir Balaam George Farewell Quaerè 1734 Jonathan Swift A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed 1735 Alexander Pope from Of the Characters of Women: An Epistle to a Lady 'Nothing so true as what you once let fall' Alexander Pope from An Epistle from Mr. The congenial attitude comes from a poetical history of about a millennium and a half. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping. Yeats Leda and the Swan 1925 Robert Graves Love Without Hope Robert Bridges To Francis Jammes Edmund Blunden The Midnight Skaters Basil Bunting from Villon 'Remember, imbeciles and wits' Edwin Muir Childhood Hugh Macdiarmid from Sangschaw The Watergaw The Eemis Stane 1926 Hugh Macdiarmid Empty Vessel Hugh Macdiarmid from A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle 'O wha's the bride that carries the bunch? Auden In Memory of W. An awareness of how Ben Jonson based his famous poem 'Drinke to me, onely, with thine eyes' on a Greek original, for example, increases our enjoyment of both the poem and the traditional song; knowledge of Thomas Hardy's relationships with women deepens our appreciation of songs by Ireland, Finzi, Britten and others; Charles Dibdin's 'Tom Bowling', played each year at the Last Night of the Proms, takes on a deeper resonance when we know that it was written after the death of his brother Tom, a sea captain struck by lightning in the Indian Ocean.
Auden The Fall of Rome W. So now it comes' L. Yeats The Cold Heaven W. You can also find customer support email or phone in the next page and ask more details about availability of this book. In his introduction to this new Penguin Classics edition, Patrick Crotty explores the traditions of poetry in Ireland, and relates the rich variety of the poems to the long and frequently troubled history of the island. Agnes John Keats Ode to a Nightingale John Keats Ode on a Grecian Urn John Keats To Autumn John Keats Ode on Melancholy John Keats 'Bright star! Antwerp to Ghent 1887 Anonymous Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye Robert Louis Stevenson To Mrs Will H. Yeats from Meditations in Time of Civil War V.
Note: We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. An Ode, Written April 4, 1802 Sir Walter Scott editor from Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border Anonymous The Wife of Usher's Well Anonymous Thomas Rhymer Anonymous Lord Randal Anonymous A Lyke-Wake Dirge 1803 Anonymous The Twa Corbies William Cowper The Snail William Cowper The Cast-away 1804 William Blake from Milton Preface 'And did those feet in ancient time' William Blake 'Mock on Mock on Voltaire Rousseau' 1805 William Blake The Crystal Cabinet William Blake from Auguries of Innocence 'To see a World in a Grain of Sand' 1806 Anonymous Lamkin 1807 William Wordsworth Composed upon Westminster Bridge William Wordsworth Elegaic Stanzas Suggested by a Picture of Peele Castle William Wordsworth The Small Celandine William Wordsworth Ode Intimations of Immortality 1808 Thomas Moore 'Oh! Thomas On the Farm Louis Macneice Soap Suds Louis Macneice The Taxis Austin Clarke Martha Blake at Fifty-One 1964 Philip Larkin Mr Bleaney Philip Larkin Here Philip Larkin Days Philip Larkin Afternoons Donald Davie The Hill Field 1965 Sylvia Plath Sheep in Fog Sylvia Plath The Arrival of the Bee Box Sylvia Plath Edge 1966 Basil Bunting from Briggflatts I. Hulme Image Ezra Pound The Return 1913 Ezra Pound In a Station of the Metro 1914 H. Many composers of different nationalities appear, but the book remains quintessentially British, and includes pieces that have an established place in our national consciousness: 'Rule, Britannia' James Thomson , 'Abide with me' Henry Francis Lyte , 'Auld lang syne' Robert Burns , 'Jerusalem' William Blake , 'Once in royal David's city' Mrs C. We hope you glad to visit our website. Synge The 'Mergency Man 1911 W.
In addition to the established canon there are poems rarely anthologised and a selection of soldiers' songs to reflect the voices of the soldiers themselves. Graham Malcolm Mooney's Land Ian Hamilton The Visit Ian Hamilton Newscast Tom Leonard from Unrelated Incidents 3. Naturally most space has been given over to the major Romantics - Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Clare and Keats - although their successors, poets such as Beddoes and Poe, are included too, as well as early poems by Tennyson and Browning. Coleridge An Insincere Wish Addressed to a Beggar Christina Rossetti Promises like Pie-crust Ernest Dowson Vitae summa brevis spem nos vetat incohare longam A. As far as possible the poets are arranged in chronological order, and their poems in order of composition, beginning with eighteenth-century precursors such as Gray, Cowper, Burns and Chatterton. From United Kingdom to U.
About this Item: Penguin Classics, 2004. Johnson Sir John Suckling Song 'Why so pale and wan fond Lover? Availability based on publisher status and quantity being ordered. Robert Levet William Blake To the Evening Star 1784 William Cowper from The Task The Winter Evening The Winter Walk at Noon 1786 Robert Burns To a Mouse, on Turning Her Up in Her Nest, with the Plough, November, 1785 1787 Robert Burns Address to the Unco Guid, Or the Rigidly Righteous 1789 William Blake from Songs of Innocence Holy Thursday Charlotte Smith Sonnet. The volume presents a huge amount of information about English Song that will enlighten all those who delight in the fusion of words and music. The Penguin Book of English Verse Penguin Classics This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. Auden 'Taller to-day, we remember similar evenings' 1929 D. Poems by less well-known writers also feature prominently - among them significant female poets such as Lady Mary Wroth and Katherine Philips.