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The Lover in Hell by Stephen Vincent Benet
Our Fortnightly Hallowe'en offering is taken from Young Adventure: A Book of Poems by Stephen Vincent Benét, an American Poet and short-story writer.
Chamber Music by James Joyce
Chamber Music is a collection of poems by James Joyce. The collection originally comprised thirty-four love poems, but two further poems were added be...
Grandma Janice's Poems and Stories by Various
The poems and stories in this collection were selected with the reader’s grandchildren in mind. “The Raggedy Man” and “Little Orphant Annie,” both by...
A Winter Evening by Alexander Pushkin
The poem is a lyrical expression of the poet's thoughts and feelings as he reflects on the quiet, stillness of a winter evening. Pushkin's writing is...
James Whitcomb Riley by Paul Laurence Dunbar
The poem is a heartfelt homage to Riley's life and work, capturing the essence of his poetry and his love for nature and simple pleasures. Dunbar's vi...
Enough Rope by Dorothy Parker
It is a captivating collection of witty and insightful poems that will delight and engage young readers. This book showcases her unique style and shar...
Astrophel and Stella by Sir Philip Sidney
Astrophel and Stella by Sir Philip Sidney is a captivating work of poetry that explores themes of love, passion, and desire. Written in the late 16th...
A Lost God by Francis William Bourdillon
This explores themes of nature, love, and the mysteries of the universe. Bourdillon's romantic and sentimental style is on full display in these poems...
Aladdin, Or, The Wonderful Lamp (A Dramatic Poem, in Two Parts) by Adam Oehlenschläger
It is a retelling of the classic tale of Aladdin and his magical lamp, which has captured the imagination of readers for generations. The book was fi...
The Suppresed Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson by Lord Alfred Tennyson
To those unacquainted with Tennyson's conscientious methods, it may seem strange that a volume of 160 pages is necessary to contain those poems writte...
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