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The Collected Poems
The Collected Poems Robert Frost
‘Frost was the first American poet who could honestly be reckoned a master-poet by world standards’ Robert Graves
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James Joyce: Poems
James Joyce: Poems James Joyce
A beautiful Pocket Poet hardcover edition of the major poems James Joyce published in his lifetime, along with his only play, Exiles. EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY POCKET POETS
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Song Of Myself
Song Of Myself Walt Whitman
One of the best-known and most stirring American poems, brilliantly edited by Stephen Mitchell, now available in the Shambhala Pocket Library series.
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Of Love and Desire
Of Love and Desire Louis de Bernieres, Donald Sammut
A beautiful gift book of poems on the subjects of love and desire by one of the UKs best-loved writers, author of Captain Corellis Mandolin.
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Oroonoko
Oroonoko Aphra Behn
Written by spy, traveller and pioneering female writer Aphra Benn, this story of an African prince sold into slavery is considered one of the earliest English novels.
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Unreconciled
Unreconciled Michel Houellebecq
Selected poems from the critically acclaimed author of Atomised and Submission Dual-language edition
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Bee Journal (The Birds and the Bees)
Bee Journal (The Birds and the Bees) Sean Borodale
The Birds and the Bees series from Vintage Classics - beautiful editions of the finest British nature writing
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A Sackful of Limericks
A Sackful of Limericks Michael Palin
A collection of over 100 wondrously witty and fabulously festive limericks
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Love That Moves The Sun And Other Stars
Love That Moves The Sun And Other Stars Dante Dante, Dante Alighieri
Heavenly verse evoking dancing souls and blinding flares from Paradiso - the blazing finale to Dante's Italian masterpiece The Divine Comedy.
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My Life Had Stood A Loaded Gun
My Life Had Stood A Loaded Gun Emily Dickinson
Electrifying poems of isolation, beauty, death and eternity from a reclusive genius and one of America's greatest writers.
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A Terrible Beauty Is Born
A Terrible Beauty Is Born William Butler Yeats, W. B. Yeats
By turns joyful and despairing, some of the twentieth century's greatest verse on fleeting youth, fervent hopes and futile sacrifice.
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O Frabjous Day!
O Frabjous Day! Lewis Carroll
Conjuring wily walruses, dancing lobsters, a Jabberwock and a Bandersnatch, Carroll's fantastical verse gave new words to the English language.
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Trivia
Trivia John Gay
This joyful poetic satire describes wig thieves, chamberpots, prostitutes and other hazards to be avoided on the teeming streets of eighteenth-century London.
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The Odyssey
The Odyssey Homer Homer, Homer
The epic tale of Odysseus and his ten-year journey home after the Trojan War forms one of the earliest and greatest works of Western literature.
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The Sonnets
The Sonnets William Shakespeare
The acclaimed Pelican Shakespeare series edited by A. R. Braunmuller and Stephen Orgel.
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All The Words Are Yours
All The Words Are Yours Tyler Knott Gregson
I'll be your deep breath, I'll be your simple relief. I'll be home to you.
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Poetry By Heart
Poetry By Heart Anon
Poetry moves us when we read it but when we say or hear the words aloud it can be spellbinding. From Geoffrey Chaucer to Emily Dickinson, Emily Bronte to Benjamin Zephaniah, the poems included in this treasury have been chosen because they delight the ear as much as they do the mind.
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Doctor Who: Now We Are Six Hundred
Doctor Who: Now We Are Six Hundred James Goss, Russell T Davies
The first ever volume of Doctor Who verse, illustrated by Russell T. Davies.
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Kalevala
Kalevala Elias Lonnrot
Discover the great Finnish epic on the 100th anniversary of the birth of the country of Finland.
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Robert Frost A Life Jay Parini
The definitive biography of one of the world's favourite poets: 'The Road Not Taken' is one of the most quoted - and most inspirational - poems of the twentieth century.
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Poems
Poems William Blake
‘Those who control their passions do so because their passions are weak enough to be controlled’ - William Blake
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