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The Norton anthology of English literature., M.H. Abrams, general editor [and others]

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The Norton anthology of English literature.
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The Norton anthology of English literature.
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M.H. Abrams, general editor [and others]
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Abrams, M. H.
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  • English literature
  • Littérature anglaise
  • English literature
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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Bibliography: v. 1, p. 2443-2465; v. 2, p. 2447-2467
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Contents
  • Volume 1. The Middle Ages -- The sixteenth century -- The seventeenth century -- The restoration and the eighteenth century
  • Afton Water
  • Ae fond kiss
  • Ye flowery banks
  • Scots, what hae
  • For a' that and a' that
  • A red, red rose
  • Auld lang syne
  • Robert Burns
  • Volume 2.
  • The romantic period.
  • Corn riggs an' barley rigs
  • To a mouse
  • Green grown the rashes
  • Holy Willie's prayer
  • Willie brewed a peck o' maut
  • Tam o' shanter
  • William Blake
  • Songs of innocence.
  • Introduction
  • The lamb
  • The divine image
  • The chimney sweeper
  • Nurse's song
  • Holy Thursday
  • The little black boy
  • William Blake
  • Volume 2.
  • Songs of experience.
  • Introduction.
  • Earth's answer
  • The clod & the pebble
  • Holy Thursday
  • The chimney sweeper
  • Nurse's song
  • The sick rose
  • The tyger
  • Ah, sunflower
  • The romantic period.
  • The garden of love
  • London
  • The human abstract
  • Infant sorrow
  • A poison tree
  • To Tirzah
  • A divine image
  • William Blake
  • The book of Thel
  • The marriage of Heaven and Hell
  • Poetical sketches.
  • A song of liberty
  • For the sexes : the gates of paradise (prologue and epilogue)
  • William Blake
  • From Blake's notebook.
  • Never pain to tell thy love
  • I asked a thief
  • Mock on, mock on Voltaire, Rousseau
  • Morning
  • William Blake
  • The mental traveller
  • Song (How sweet I roam'd from field to field)
  • And did those feet
  • Jerusalem : the emanation of the giant Albion.
  • Invocation
  • The waking of Albion
  • William Blake
  • A vision of the last judgment (Two letters on sight and vision).
  • To Dr. John Trusler (Aug. 23, 1799)
  • To Thomas Butts (Nov. 22, 1802 : With happiness stretchd across the hills)
  • William Blake
  • To the evening star
  • Song (Memory, hither come)
  • Mad song
  • To the muses
  • Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey
  • Preface to Lyrical ballads
  • William Wordsworth
  • Strange fits of passion have I known
  • She dwelt among the untrodden ways
  • Three years she grew
  • A slumber did my spirit seal
  • I travelled among unknown men
  • Lucy Gray
  • The ruined cottage
  • Volume 2.
  • Michael
  • Written in March
  • Resolution and independence
  • The green linnet
  • Yew trees
  • I wandered lonely as a cloud
  • My heart leaps up
  • Ode : intimations of immortality
  • Ode to duty
  • The solitary reaper
  • The romantic period.
  • Elegiac stanzas
  • William Wordsworth
  • Sonnets.
  • Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
  • It is a beauteous evening
  • Composed in the valley near Dover, on the day of landing London, 1802
  • The world is too much with us
  • Surprised by joy
  • Composed by the side of Grasmere lake
  • Afterthought
  • Lyrical ballads.
  • Mutability
  • Steamboats, viaducts, and railways
  • Extempore effusion upon the death of James Hogg
  • Prospectus to The recluse
  • The prelude.
  • The two-part prelude
  • The prelude, or, Growth of a poet's mind (Books I-XIV)
  • William Wordsworth
  • We are seven
  • Lines written in early spring
  • Expostulation and reply
  • The tables turned
  • To my sister
  • Volume 2.
  • The romantic period.
  • The Alfoxden journal
  • The Grasmere journals
  • Dorothy Wordsworth
  • Frost at midnight
  • Dejection : an ode
  • The pains of sleep
  • What is life?
  • Phantom
  • To William Wordsworth
  • Recollections of love
  • Limbo
  • On Donne's poetry
  • Work without hope
  • Volume 2.
  • Constancy to an ideal object
  • Phantom or fact
  • Epitaph
  • Biographia literaria (chapters I, IV, XIII, XIV, XVII)
  • Lectures on Shakespeare.
  • Fancy and imagination in Shakespeare's poetry
  • Mechanic vs. organic form
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • The romantic period.
  • Sonnet to the river otter
  • The Eolian harp
  • This lime-tree bower my prison
  • The rime of the ancient mariner
  • Kubla Khan
  • Christabel
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Darkness
  • Childe Harold's pilgrimage (canto I, III, IV);
  • So we'll go no more a-roving
  • Don Juan (canto I-IV, XVI)
  • The vision of judgment
  • Stanzas to the Po
  • When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home
  • Stanzas written on the road between Florence and Pisa
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Volume 2.
  • The romantic period.
  • Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos
  • When we two parted
  • She walks in beauty
  • Stanzas for music.
  • There be none of beauty's daughters
  • They say that hope is happiness
  • Sonnet (Lift not the painted veil which those who live)
  • Stanzas written in dejection, December 1818, near Naples
  • A song : Men of England
  • England in 1819
  • To Sidmouth and Castlereagh
  • The Indian girl's song
  • Ode to the west wind
  • Prometheus unbound
  • The cloud
  • To a sky-lark
  • Volume 2.
  • Song of Apollo
  • Song of Pan
  • The two spirits, an allegory
  • When passion's trance is overpast
  • To night
  • To-----
  • Memory
  • O world, o life, o time
  • Choruses from Hellas.
  • Worlds on worlds
  • The romantic period.
  • The world's great age
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Adonais : an elegy on the death of John Keats
  • A dirge
  • When the lamp is shattered
  • To Jane, the invitation
  • To Jane (The keen stars were twinkling)
  • Lines written in the Bay of Lerici
  • The triumph of life
  • A defence of poetry
  • Mutability
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • To Wordsworth
  • Alastor, or, The spirit of solitude
  • Mont Blanc : lines written in the vale of Chamouni
  • Hymn to intellectual beauty
  • Ozymandias
  • On sitting down to read King Lear once again
  • When I have fears
  • To Homer
  • The eve of St. Agnes
  • Bright star
  • Why did I laugh tonight
  • La Belle Dame sans merci
  • On the sonnet
  • To sleep
  • On fame
  • Volume 2.
  • Ode to psyche
  • Ode on a Grecian urn
  • Ode to a nightingale
  • Ode on Indolence
  • Ode on melancholy
  • Lamia
  • The fall of hyperion
  • To autumn
  • This living hand
  • John Keats
  • The romantic period.
  • Letters.
  • To Benjamin Bailey
  • To George and Thomas Keats
  • To John Hamilton Reynolds
  • To John Taylor
  • To Richard Woodhouse
  • To George and Georgiana Keats
  • To Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • John Keats
  • On first looking into Chapman's house
  • Sleep and poetry
  • On seeing the Elgin Marbles for the first time
  • On the sea
  • Endymion (Preface and books I and IV)
  • In drear-nighted December
  • Sir Walter Scott
  • My days among the dead are passed
  • Robert Southey
  • Mother, I cannot mind my wheel ; Rose Aylmer
  • The three roses
  • On seeing a hair of Lucretia Borgia
  • Past ruined lion
  • Dirce
  • Twenty years hence
  • On his seventy-fifth birthday
  • Volume 2.
  • Well I remember how you smiled
  • Walter Savage Landor
  • Believe me, if all those endearing young charms
  • The harp that once through Tara's halls
  • The time I've lost in wooing
  • Thomas Moore
  • The fish, the man, and the spirit
  • Rondeau
  • Leigh Hunt
  • The war song of Dinas Vawr
  • The romantic period. Romantic lyric poets.
  • Thomas Love Peacock
  • Mouse's nest
  • I am
  • Clock a clay
  • Song (I peeled bits of straw and I got switches too)
  • Song (Secret love)
  • An invite to eternity
  • A vision
  • John Clare
  • The phoenix
  • To the River Itchin, near Winton
  • It is not beauty I demand
  • The mermaidens' vesper hymn
  • George Darley
  • Song (How many times do I love thee dear?)
  • Song (Old Adam, the carrion crow)
  • The phantom wooer
  • Song of the Stygian Naiades
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes
  • Languid, and sad, and slow
  • William Lisle Bowles
  • The dreary change
  • Jock of Hazeldean
  • Proud Maisie
  • My first acquaintance with poets
  • Mr. Wordsworth
  • On Shakespeare and Milton
  • The fight
  • William Hazlitt
  • Confessions of an English opium-eater.
  • Preliminary confessions
  • Introduction to the pains of opium
  • The pains of opium
  • Thomas De Quincey
  • Volume 2.
  • On the knocking at the gate in MacBeth
  • The English mail coach (II and III)
  • Thomas De Quincey
  • The romantic period. Romantic essayists.
  • Christ's hospital five-and-thirty years ago
  • The two races of men
  • New year's eve
  • On the artificial comedy of the last century
  • Old china
  • Charles Lamb
  • William Blake
  • She dwelt among the untrodden ways
  • William Wordsworth
  • Dejection : an ode
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Don Juan
  • Lord Byron
  • O world, O life, O time
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • The eve of St. Agnes
  • Volume 2.
  • John Keats
  • The romantic period. Topics in romantic literature, the Satanic and Byronic hero.
  • Romantic comments on Milton's Satan
  • William Blake ; Percy Bysshe Shelley ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • The evolution of the Byronic hero
  • Anne Radcliffe ; Lord Byron
  • Topics in romantic literature : romantic poems in process.
  • The tyger
  • Alfred Tennyson at 34
  • William Makepeace Thackeray at 42
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Characteristics
  • Sartor restartus.
  • The everlasting no
  • Centre of indifference
  • The everlasting yea
  • Natural supernaturalism
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Volume 2.
  • Past and present.
  • Democracy
  • Captains of industry
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • The Victorian age.
  • Carlyle's portraits of his contemporaries.
  • King William IV at 69
  • Queen Victoria at 18
  • Charles Lamb at 56
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge at 53
  • William Wordsworth in his seventies
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age.
  • What is poetry?
  • Coleridge
  • On liberty (chapter III)
  • The subjection of women
  • Autobiography (chapter V)
  • John Stuart Mill
  • Lines (Here often, when a child I lay reclined)
  • Ulysses
  • Tithonus
  • Break, break, break
  • The epic (Morte d' Arthur)
  • Sonnet (How thought you that this thing could captivate?)
  • Move eastward, happy Earth
  • The eagle
  • Locksley Hall
  • The princess.
  • Volume 2.
  • Sweet and low
  • The splendor falls
  • Tears, idle tears
  • Ask me no more
  • Now sleeps the crimson petal
  • Come down, o maid ; The woman's cause is man's
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • In memoriam A.H.H.
  • The charge of the light brigade
  • Maud (VIII, XVI, XVIII)
  • The Victorian age.
  • In the valley of Cauteretz
  • Idylls of the king.
  • Dedication
  • Pelleas and Ettarre
  • The passing of Arthur
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • A dedication
  • I stood on a tower
  • Northern farmer : new style
  • Flower in the crannied wall
  • The kraken
  • The revenge
  • To Virgil
  • "Frate ave atque vale"
  • The dawn
  • The silent voices
  • Crossing the bar
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Mariana
  • Sonnet (She took the dappled partridge flecked with blood)
  • The lady of Shalott
  • The lotos-eaters
  • You ask me, why, though ill at ease
  • Home-thoughts, from abroad
  • Home-thoughts, from the sea
  • The bishop orders his tomb at Saint Praxed's Church
  • Meeting at night
  • Parting at morning
  • A toccata of Galuppi's
  • Memorabilia
  • Love among the ruins
  • Women and roses
  • "Childe Roland to the dark tower came"
  • Volume 2.
  • Respectability
  • Fra lippo lippi
  • The last ride together
  • Andrea del Sarto
  • Two in the Campagna
  • A Grammarian's funeral
  • Confessions
  • Youth and art
  • Caliban upon Setebos
  • Prospice
  • The Victorian age.
  • Abt Vogler
  • Dîs aliter visum, or, Le Byron de Nos Jours
  • Rabbi Ben Ezra
  • Apparent failure
  • O lyric love
  • The householder
  • House
  • To Edward Fitzgerald
  • Epilogue to Asolando
  • Robert Browning
  • Porphyria's lover
  • Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister
  • My last duchess
  • The laboratory
  • The lost leader
  • How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age.
  • Martin Chuzzlewit [selections]
  • David Copperfield [selections]
  • Bleak house [selections]
  • Hard times [selections]
  • Our mutual friend [selections]
  • Charles Dickens
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age.
  • The mill on the floss [selections]
  • Margaret Fuller and Mary Wollstonecraft
  • George Eliot
  • The buried life
  • Memorial verses
  • Longing
  • Lines written in Kensington Gardens
  • Philomela
  • Requiescat
  • The scholar gypsy
  • Dover Beach
  • Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse
  • Thyrsis
  • Volume 2.
  • Palladium
  • The better part
  • Growing old
  • The last word
  • Preface to Poems
  • The function of criticism at the present time ; Maurice de Guérin (A definition of poetry)
  • Culture and anarchy (chapters I, II, V)
  • Wordsworth
  • The study of poetry
  • Literature and science
  • The Victorian age.
  • Matthew Arnold
  • Shakespeare
  • In harmony with nature
  • To a friend
  • The forsaken merman
  • Isolation. To Marguerite
  • To Marguerite, continued
  • The blessed damozel
  • My sister's sleep
  • The woodspurge
  • The house of life [selections from The sonnet]
  • She bound her green sleeve
  • The orchard-pit
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  • Song (When I am dead, my dearest)
  • After death
  • A birthday
  • Volume 2.
  • An apple gathering
  • Uphill
  • Goblin market
  • A life's parallels
  • Cardinal Newman
  • Sleeping at last
  • Christina Rossetti
  • Modern love (1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 17, 50)
  • Dirge in the woods
  • Lucifer in starlight
  • The Victorian age. Lyric and narrative poetry.
  • George Meredith
  • Christ keep the hollow land
  • The haystack in the floods
  • The earthly paradise (An apology)
  • A death song
  • For the bed at Kelmscott
  • William Morris
  • The rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám
  • Edward Fitzgerald
  • Epi-strauss-ium
  • Sonnets from the Portuguese (22, 43)
  • The latest decalogue
  • Say not the struggle nought availeth
  • Dipsychus.
  • I dreamt a dream.
  • "There is no God", the wicked saith
  • Arthur Hugh Clough
  • Atalanta in Calydon.
  • When the hounds of spring
  • Before the beginning of years
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • In the orchard
  • The triumph of time (I will go back to the great sweet mother)
  • Hymn to Proserpine
  • The garden of Proserpine
  • Ave Atque Vale
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • The hound of heaven
  • The kingdom of God
  • Francis Thompson
  • Remembrance
  • The prisoner
  • No coward soul is mine
  • Emily Brontë
  • The white knight's song
  • The walrus and the carpenter
  • The hunting of the snark
  • The baker's tale
  • Lewis Carroll
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age. Nonsense verse.
  • How pleasant to know Mr. Lear
  • Limerick (There was a young man in Iowa)
  • The jumblies
  • Cold are the crabs
  • Edward Lear
  • Jabberwocky (Humpty Dumpty's explication of Jabberwocky)
  • John Ruskin
  • The stones of Venice (The savageness of Gothic architecture)
  • The storm-cloud of the nineteenth century (Lecture I)
  • John Ruskin
  • A liberal education (A game of chess)
  • An address on university education (The function of a professor)
  • Science and culture
  • Agnosticism and Christianity
  • Thomas Henry Huxley
  • The Renaissance.
  • Volume 2.
  • Preface
  • La Gioconda
  • Conclusion
  • Walter Pater
  • Appreciations (Style)
  • Walter Pater
  • The Victorian age. Critical and controversial prose.
  • The idea of a university (discourse V and VII)
  • Apologia pro vita sua (chapters III, V, and from Liberalism)
  • John Henry Cardinal Newman
  • Modern painters.
  • The slave ship
  • Of the pathetic fallacy
  • Father and son [selection]
  • Edmund Gosse
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age. Topics in Victorian literature : evolution.
  • The descent of man [selection]
  • Charles Darwin
  • The Belfast address [selection]
  • John Tyndall
  • The life and letter of Thomas Henry Huxley [selection]
  • Leonard Huxley
  • Social statics [selection]
  • Herbert Spencer
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age. Topics in Victorian literature : industrialism, progress or decline?
  • A review of Southey's Colloquies [selection]
  • Thomas Babington Macaulay
  • The great towns
  • Friedrich Engels
  • Alton Locke [selection]
  • Charles Kingsley
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Cynara
  • Flos lunae
  • To one in Bedlam
  • A last word
  • Spleen
  • Dregs
  • Exchanges
  • Ernest Dowson
  • Hap
  • Volume 2.
  • The impercipient
  • Neutral tones
  • I look into my glass
  • A broken appointment
  • Drummer hodge
  • Lausanne
  • The darkling thrush
  • A trampwoman's tragedy
  • Let me enjoy
  • The rash bride
  • The twentieth century.
  • One we knew
  • She hears the storm
  • Channel firing
  • The convergence of the Twain
  • Ah, are you digging on my grave
  • Under the waterfall
  • The walk
  • During wind and rain
  • In time of "The breaking of nations"
  • He never expected much
  • Impression du Matin
  • Thomas Hardy
  • God's grandeur
  • The starlight night
  • Spring
  • The lantern out of doors
  • The windhover
  • Pied beauty
  • Hurrahing in harvest
  • Binsey poplars
  • Dun's Scotus's Oxford
  • Hélas
  • Felix Randal
  • Spring and fall
  • Inversnaid
  • Carrion comfort
  • No worst, there is none
  • Thou art indeed just, Lord
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins
  • E tenebris
  • The harlot's house
  • The critic as artist
  • Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray
  • The stolen child
  • Down by the Sally Gardens
  • The rose of the world
  • The lake isle of Innisfree
  • The sorrow of love
  • When you are old
  • Who goes with Fergus
  • The man who dreamed of Faeryland
  • The secret rose
  • The folly of being comforted
  • Volume 2.
  • Adam's curse
  • The old men admiring themselves in the water
  • No second Troy
  • The fascination of what's difficult
  • September 1913
  • To a shade
  • The cold heaven
  • The wild swans at Coole
  • Easter 1916
  • On a political prisoner
  • The twentieth century.
  • The second coming
  • A prayer for my daughter
  • Sailing to Byzantium
  • Leda and the swan
  • Among school children
  • A dialogue of self and soul
  • For Anne Gregory
  • Byzantium
  • Crazy Jane talks with the bishop
  • After long silence
  • Preface to Major Barbara
  • Lapis lazuli
  • Long-legged fly
  • The circus animals' desertion
  • Under Ben Bulben
  • William Butler Yeats
  • Memoirs.
  • Autobiography
  • Journal
  • William Butler Yeats
  • Major Barbara
  • George Bernard Shaw
  • Heart of darkness
  • Joseph Conrad
  • The madness of King Goll
  • Ulysses.
  • Proteus
  • Lestrygonians
  • James Joyce
  • Finnegans wake (Anna Livia Plurabelle)
  • James Joyce
  • Odor of chrysanthemums
  • The rainbow (chapter II)
  • The horse dealer's daughter
  • The fox
  • Volume 2.
  • Why the novel matters
  • Love on the farm
  • The bride
  • A young wife
  • Piano
  • Bavarian gentians
  • Snake
  • The ship of death
  • D.H. Lawrence
  • The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock
  • The twentieth century.
  • Landscapes.
  • Rannoch, by Glencoe
  • Cape Ann
  • T.S. Eliot
  • Sweeney among the nightingales
  • Whispers of immortality
  • The waste land
  • Journey of the magi
  • Marina
  • Four quartets (Little gidding)
  • Araby
  • Tradition and the individual talent
  • The metaphysical poets
  • T.S. Eliot
  • The watergaw
  • The Bonnie Broukit Bairn
  • Moonstruck
  • The Eemis stane
  • A drunk man looks at the thistle.
  • Farewell to Dostoevski
  • Yet ha'e I silence left
  • Clay
  • Hugh MacDiarmid
  • To circumjack cencrastus (Lourd on my hert)
  • On a raised beach
  • Second hymn to Lenin
  • In memoriam James Joyce (We must look at the harebell)
  • Hugh MacDiarmid
  • Endgame (The end)
  • Molloy.
  • Overture : A and C
  • Molloy and his sucking stones
  • A portrait of the artist as a young man.
  • Moran in service
  • Two encounters
  • Moran back from service
  • Samuel Beckett
  • The unnamable (Into the silence)
  • Samuel Beckett
  • The interview with the director
  • The walk on the shore
  • James Joyce
  • With rue my heart is laden
  • Terence, this is stupid stuff
  • The chestnut casts his flambeaux
  • Could man be drunk forever
  • Epitaph on an army of mercenaries
  • A.E. Housman
  • Danny Deever
  • Recessional
  • Edgehill fight
  • The runes on Weland's sword
  • Volume 2.
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • Heaven
  • The soldier
  • Rupert Brooke
  • Tears
  • The owl
  • The path
  • Adlestrop
  • The gallows
  • Ambition
  • The twentieth century. Distinctive voices in poetry and fiction.
  • Edward Thomas
  • Greater love
  • Futility
  • Sonnet on seeing a piece of our artillery brought into action
  • Anthem for doomed youth
  • Apologia pro poemate meo
  • Strange meeting
  • Wilfred Owen
  • The road from Colonus
  • E.M. Forster
  • Loveliest of trees
  • The mark on the wall
  • Virginia Woolf
  • Troy
  • The return
  • The animals
  • Adam's dream
  • The horses
  • Edwin Muir
  • In parenthesis (Preface and part 7)
  • David Jones
  • When I was one-and-twenty
  • Flying crooked
  • Down, wanton, down!
  • The reader over my shoulder
  • The devil's advice to story-tellers
  • A civil servant
  • Gulls and men
  • The white goddess
  • The straw
  • Dialogue on the headland
  • The blu-fly
  • To an athlete dying young
  • A plea to boys and girls
  • Friday night
  • The naked and the nude
  • A slice of wedding cake
  • Robert Graves
  • This lunar beauty
  • Petition
  • On this island
  • Spain 1937
  • Musée des beaux arts
  • Bredon Hill
  • Lullaby
  • In memory of W.B. Yeats
  • Their lonely betters
  • In praise of limestone
  • W.H. Auden
  • Sunday morning
  • The sunlight on the garden
  • Bagpipe music
  • Mahabalipuram
  • Good dream
  • The Lent lily
  • Louis MacNiece
  • The force that through the green fuse drives the flower
  • This bread I break
  • After the funeral
  • There was a saviour
  • The hunchback in the park
  • Poem in October
  • Do not go gentle into that good night
  • Dylan Thomas
  • To room nineteen
  • On Wenlock Edge
  • Doris Lessing
  • Seven types of ambiguity (Wordsworth)
  • William Empson
  • Volume 2.
  • The twentieth century. The critical revolt against romanticism and impressionism.
  • Romanticism and classicism
  • T.E. Hulme
  • Practical criticism (part I)
  • I.A. Richards
  • Revaluation (chapter 6)
  • F.R. Leaves
  • Philip Larkin
  • An English summer
  • In memory of anyone unknown to me
  • Elizabeth Jennings
  • Reflections
  • A meditation on John Constable
  • Hawks
  • Autumn piece
  • Charles Tomlinson
  • Considering the snail
  • Volume 2.
  • Human condition
  • Moly
  • Thom Gunn
  • Wind
  • A dream of horses
  • Relic
  • Examination at the womb-door
  • A disaster
  • Ted Hughes
  • Seahorses
  • The twentieth century. Poetry after mid-century.
  • Five generations
  • Peter Porter
  • Nature with man
  • A bluebell
  • Creatures
  • Jon Silkin
  • September song
  • Funeral music (3 and 7)
  • Geoffrey Hill
  • Churning day
  • A voice from the garden
  • Poor women in a city church
  • Seamus Heaney
  • Across the bay
  • Donald Davie
  • Lines on a young lady's photograph album
  • Faith healing
  • Ambulances
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22 cm
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3d ed.
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2 volumes
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9780393093049
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73019982
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(OCoLC)860128
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The Norton anthology of English literature., M.H. Abrams, general editor [and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: v. 1, p. 2443-2465; v. 2, p. 2447-2467
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Contents
  • Volume 1. The Middle Ages -- The sixteenth century -- The seventeenth century -- The restoration and the eighteenth century
  • Afton Water
  • Ae fond kiss
  • Ye flowery banks
  • Scots, what hae
  • For a' that and a' that
  • A red, red rose
  • Auld lang syne
  • Robert Burns
  • Volume 2.
  • The romantic period.
  • Corn riggs an' barley rigs
  • To a mouse
  • Green grown the rashes
  • Holy Willie's prayer
  • Willie brewed a peck o' maut
  • Tam o' shanter
  • William Blake
  • Songs of innocence.
  • Introduction
  • The lamb
  • The divine image
  • The chimney sweeper
  • Nurse's song
  • Holy Thursday
  • The little black boy
  • William Blake
  • Volume 2.
  • Songs of experience.
  • Introduction.
  • Earth's answer
  • The clod & the pebble
  • Holy Thursday
  • The chimney sweeper
  • Nurse's song
  • The sick rose
  • The tyger
  • Ah, sunflower
  • The romantic period.
  • The garden of love
  • London
  • The human abstract
  • Infant sorrow
  • A poison tree
  • To Tirzah
  • A divine image
  • William Blake
  • The book of Thel
  • The marriage of Heaven and Hell
  • Poetical sketches.
  • A song of liberty
  • For the sexes : the gates of paradise (prologue and epilogue)
  • William Blake
  • From Blake's notebook.
  • Never pain to tell thy love
  • I asked a thief
  • Mock on, mock on Voltaire, Rousseau
  • Morning
  • William Blake
  • The mental traveller
  • Song (How sweet I roam'd from field to field)
  • And did those feet
  • Jerusalem : the emanation of the giant Albion.
  • Invocation
  • The waking of Albion
  • William Blake
  • A vision of the last judgment (Two letters on sight and vision).
  • To Dr. John Trusler (Aug. 23, 1799)
  • To Thomas Butts (Nov. 22, 1802 : With happiness stretchd across the hills)
  • William Blake
  • To the evening star
  • Song (Memory, hither come)
  • Mad song
  • To the muses
  • Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey
  • Preface to Lyrical ballads
  • William Wordsworth
  • Strange fits of passion have I known
  • She dwelt among the untrodden ways
  • Three years she grew
  • A slumber did my spirit seal
  • I travelled among unknown men
  • Lucy Gray
  • The ruined cottage
  • Volume 2.
  • Michael
  • Written in March
  • Resolution and independence
  • The green linnet
  • Yew trees
  • I wandered lonely as a cloud
  • My heart leaps up
  • Ode : intimations of immortality
  • Ode to duty
  • The solitary reaper
  • The romantic period.
  • Elegiac stanzas
  • William Wordsworth
  • Sonnets.
  • Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
  • It is a beauteous evening
  • Composed in the valley near Dover, on the day of landing London, 1802
  • The world is too much with us
  • Surprised by joy
  • Composed by the side of Grasmere lake
  • Afterthought
  • Lyrical ballads.
  • Mutability
  • Steamboats, viaducts, and railways
  • Extempore effusion upon the death of James Hogg
  • Prospectus to The recluse
  • The prelude.
  • The two-part prelude
  • The prelude, or, Growth of a poet's mind (Books I-XIV)
  • William Wordsworth
  • We are seven
  • Lines written in early spring
  • Expostulation and reply
  • The tables turned
  • To my sister
  • Volume 2.
  • The romantic period.
  • The Alfoxden journal
  • The Grasmere journals
  • Dorothy Wordsworth
  • Frost at midnight
  • Dejection : an ode
  • The pains of sleep
  • What is life?
  • Phantom
  • To William Wordsworth
  • Recollections of love
  • Limbo
  • On Donne's poetry
  • Work without hope
  • Volume 2.
  • Constancy to an ideal object
  • Phantom or fact
  • Epitaph
  • Biographia literaria (chapters I, IV, XIII, XIV, XVII)
  • Lectures on Shakespeare.
  • Fancy and imagination in Shakespeare's poetry
  • Mechanic vs. organic form
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • The romantic period.
  • Sonnet to the river otter
  • The Eolian harp
  • This lime-tree bower my prison
  • The rime of the ancient mariner
  • Kubla Khan
  • Christabel
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Darkness
  • Childe Harold's pilgrimage (canto I, III, IV);
  • So we'll go no more a-roving
  • Don Juan (canto I-IV, XVI)
  • The vision of judgment
  • Stanzas to the Po
  • When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home
  • Stanzas written on the road between Florence and Pisa
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Volume 2.
  • The romantic period.
  • Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos
  • When we two parted
  • She walks in beauty
  • Stanzas for music.
  • There be none of beauty's daughters
  • They say that hope is happiness
  • Sonnet (Lift not the painted veil which those who live)
  • Stanzas written in dejection, December 1818, near Naples
  • A song : Men of England
  • England in 1819
  • To Sidmouth and Castlereagh
  • The Indian girl's song
  • Ode to the west wind
  • Prometheus unbound
  • The cloud
  • To a sky-lark
  • Volume 2.
  • Song of Apollo
  • Song of Pan
  • The two spirits, an allegory
  • When passion's trance is overpast
  • To night
  • To-----
  • Memory
  • O world, o life, o time
  • Choruses from Hellas.
  • Worlds on worlds
  • The romantic period.
  • The world's great age
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Adonais : an elegy on the death of John Keats
  • A dirge
  • When the lamp is shattered
  • To Jane, the invitation
  • To Jane (The keen stars were twinkling)
  • Lines written in the Bay of Lerici
  • The triumph of life
  • A defence of poetry
  • Mutability
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • To Wordsworth
  • Alastor, or, The spirit of solitude
  • Mont Blanc : lines written in the vale of Chamouni
  • Hymn to intellectual beauty
  • Ozymandias
  • On sitting down to read King Lear once again
  • When I have fears
  • To Homer
  • The eve of St. Agnes
  • Bright star
  • Why did I laugh tonight
  • La Belle Dame sans merci
  • On the sonnet
  • To sleep
  • On fame
  • Volume 2.
  • Ode to psyche
  • Ode on a Grecian urn
  • Ode to a nightingale
  • Ode on Indolence
  • Ode on melancholy
  • Lamia
  • The fall of hyperion
  • To autumn
  • This living hand
  • John Keats
  • The romantic period.
  • Letters.
  • To Benjamin Bailey
  • To George and Thomas Keats
  • To John Hamilton Reynolds
  • To John Taylor
  • To Richard Woodhouse
  • To George and Georgiana Keats
  • To Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • John Keats
  • On first looking into Chapman's house
  • Sleep and poetry
  • On seeing the Elgin Marbles for the first time
  • On the sea
  • Endymion (Preface and books I and IV)
  • In drear-nighted December
  • Sir Walter Scott
  • My days among the dead are passed
  • Robert Southey
  • Mother, I cannot mind my wheel ; Rose Aylmer
  • The three roses
  • On seeing a hair of Lucretia Borgia
  • Past ruined lion
  • Dirce
  • Twenty years hence
  • On his seventy-fifth birthday
  • Volume 2.
  • Well I remember how you smiled
  • Walter Savage Landor
  • Believe me, if all those endearing young charms
  • The harp that once through Tara's halls
  • The time I've lost in wooing
  • Thomas Moore
  • The fish, the man, and the spirit
  • Rondeau
  • Leigh Hunt
  • The war song of Dinas Vawr
  • The romantic period. Romantic lyric poets.
  • Thomas Love Peacock
  • Mouse's nest
  • I am
  • Clock a clay
  • Song (I peeled bits of straw and I got switches too)
  • Song (Secret love)
  • An invite to eternity
  • A vision
  • John Clare
  • The phoenix
  • To the River Itchin, near Winton
  • It is not beauty I demand
  • The mermaidens' vesper hymn
  • George Darley
  • Song (How many times do I love thee dear?)
  • Song (Old Adam, the carrion crow)
  • The phantom wooer
  • Song of the Stygian Naiades
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes
  • Languid, and sad, and slow
  • William Lisle Bowles
  • The dreary change
  • Jock of Hazeldean
  • Proud Maisie
  • My first acquaintance with poets
  • Mr. Wordsworth
  • On Shakespeare and Milton
  • The fight
  • William Hazlitt
  • Confessions of an English opium-eater.
  • Preliminary confessions
  • Introduction to the pains of opium
  • The pains of opium
  • Thomas De Quincey
  • Volume 2.
  • On the knocking at the gate in MacBeth
  • The English mail coach (II and III)
  • Thomas De Quincey
  • The romantic period. Romantic essayists.
  • Christ's hospital five-and-thirty years ago
  • The two races of men
  • New year's eve
  • On the artificial comedy of the last century
  • Old china
  • Charles Lamb
  • William Blake
  • She dwelt among the untrodden ways
  • William Wordsworth
  • Dejection : an ode
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Don Juan
  • Lord Byron
  • O world, O life, O time
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • The eve of St. Agnes
  • Volume 2.
  • John Keats
  • The romantic period. Topics in romantic literature, the Satanic and Byronic hero.
  • Romantic comments on Milton's Satan
  • William Blake ; Percy Bysshe Shelley ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • The evolution of the Byronic hero
  • Anne Radcliffe ; Lord Byron
  • Topics in romantic literature : romantic poems in process.
  • The tyger
  • Alfred Tennyson at 34
  • William Makepeace Thackeray at 42
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Characteristics
  • Sartor restartus.
  • The everlasting no
  • Centre of indifference
  • The everlasting yea
  • Natural supernaturalism
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Volume 2.
  • Past and present.
  • Democracy
  • Captains of industry
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • The Victorian age.
  • Carlyle's portraits of his contemporaries.
  • King William IV at 69
  • Queen Victoria at 18
  • Charles Lamb at 56
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge at 53
  • William Wordsworth in his seventies
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age.
  • What is poetry?
  • Coleridge
  • On liberty (chapter III)
  • The subjection of women
  • Autobiography (chapter V)
  • John Stuart Mill
  • Lines (Here often, when a child I lay reclined)
  • Ulysses
  • Tithonus
  • Break, break, break
  • The epic (Morte d' Arthur)
  • Sonnet (How thought you that this thing could captivate?)
  • Move eastward, happy Earth
  • The eagle
  • Locksley Hall
  • The princess.
  • Volume 2.
  • Sweet and low
  • The splendor falls
  • Tears, idle tears
  • Ask me no more
  • Now sleeps the crimson petal
  • Come down, o maid ; The woman's cause is man's
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • In memoriam A.H.H.
  • The charge of the light brigade
  • Maud (VIII, XVI, XVIII)
  • The Victorian age.
  • In the valley of Cauteretz
  • Idylls of the king.
  • Dedication
  • Pelleas and Ettarre
  • The passing of Arthur
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • A dedication
  • I stood on a tower
  • Northern farmer : new style
  • Flower in the crannied wall
  • The kraken
  • The revenge
  • To Virgil
  • "Frate ave atque vale"
  • The dawn
  • The silent voices
  • Crossing the bar
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Mariana
  • Sonnet (She took the dappled partridge flecked with blood)
  • The lady of Shalott
  • The lotos-eaters
  • You ask me, why, though ill at ease
  • Home-thoughts, from abroad
  • Home-thoughts, from the sea
  • The bishop orders his tomb at Saint Praxed's Church
  • Meeting at night
  • Parting at morning
  • A toccata of Galuppi's
  • Memorabilia
  • Love among the ruins
  • Women and roses
  • "Childe Roland to the dark tower came"
  • Volume 2.
  • Respectability
  • Fra lippo lippi
  • The last ride together
  • Andrea del Sarto
  • Two in the Campagna
  • A Grammarian's funeral
  • Confessions
  • Youth and art
  • Caliban upon Setebos
  • Prospice
  • The Victorian age.
  • Abt Vogler
  • Dîs aliter visum, or, Le Byron de Nos Jours
  • Rabbi Ben Ezra
  • Apparent failure
  • O lyric love
  • The householder
  • House
  • To Edward Fitzgerald
  • Epilogue to Asolando
  • Robert Browning
  • Porphyria's lover
  • Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister
  • My last duchess
  • The laboratory
  • The lost leader
  • How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age.
  • Martin Chuzzlewit [selections]
  • David Copperfield [selections]
  • Bleak house [selections]
  • Hard times [selections]
  • Our mutual friend [selections]
  • Charles Dickens
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age.
  • The mill on the floss [selections]
  • Margaret Fuller and Mary Wollstonecraft
  • George Eliot
  • The buried life
  • Memorial verses
  • Longing
  • Lines written in Kensington Gardens
  • Philomela
  • Requiescat
  • The scholar gypsy
  • Dover Beach
  • Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse
  • Thyrsis
  • Volume 2.
  • Palladium
  • The better part
  • Growing old
  • The last word
  • Preface to Poems
  • The function of criticism at the present time ; Maurice de Guérin (A definition of poetry)
  • Culture and anarchy (chapters I, II, V)
  • Wordsworth
  • The study of poetry
  • Literature and science
  • The Victorian age.
  • Matthew Arnold
  • Shakespeare
  • In harmony with nature
  • To a friend
  • The forsaken merman
  • Isolation. To Marguerite
  • To Marguerite, continued
  • The blessed damozel
  • My sister's sleep
  • The woodspurge
  • The house of life [selections from The sonnet]
  • She bound her green sleeve
  • The orchard-pit
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  • Song (When I am dead, my dearest)
  • After death
  • A birthday
  • Volume 2.
  • An apple gathering
  • Uphill
  • Goblin market
  • A life's parallels
  • Cardinal Newman
  • Sleeping at last
  • Christina Rossetti
  • Modern love (1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 17, 50)
  • Dirge in the woods
  • Lucifer in starlight
  • The Victorian age. Lyric and narrative poetry.
  • George Meredith
  • Christ keep the hollow land
  • The haystack in the floods
  • The earthly paradise (An apology)
  • A death song
  • For the bed at Kelmscott
  • William Morris
  • The rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám
  • Edward Fitzgerald
  • Epi-strauss-ium
  • Sonnets from the Portuguese (22, 43)
  • The latest decalogue
  • Say not the struggle nought availeth
  • Dipsychus.
  • I dreamt a dream.
  • "There is no God", the wicked saith
  • Arthur Hugh Clough
  • Atalanta in Calydon.
  • When the hounds of spring
  • Before the beginning of years
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • In the orchard
  • The triumph of time (I will go back to the great sweet mother)
  • Hymn to Proserpine
  • The garden of Proserpine
  • Ave Atque Vale
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • The hound of heaven
  • The kingdom of God
  • Francis Thompson
  • Remembrance
  • The prisoner
  • No coward soul is mine
  • Emily Brontë
  • The white knight's song
  • The walrus and the carpenter
  • The hunting of the snark
  • The baker's tale
  • Lewis Carroll
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age. Nonsense verse.
  • How pleasant to know Mr. Lear
  • Limerick (There was a young man in Iowa)
  • The jumblies
  • Cold are the crabs
  • Edward Lear
  • Jabberwocky (Humpty Dumpty's explication of Jabberwocky)
  • John Ruskin
  • The stones of Venice (The savageness of Gothic architecture)
  • The storm-cloud of the nineteenth century (Lecture I)
  • John Ruskin
  • A liberal education (A game of chess)
  • An address on university education (The function of a professor)
  • Science and culture
  • Agnosticism and Christianity
  • Thomas Henry Huxley
  • The Renaissance.
  • Volume 2.
  • Preface
  • La Gioconda
  • Conclusion
  • Walter Pater
  • Appreciations (Style)
  • Walter Pater
  • The Victorian age. Critical and controversial prose.
  • The idea of a university (discourse V and VII)
  • Apologia pro vita sua (chapters III, V, and from Liberalism)
  • John Henry Cardinal Newman
  • Modern painters.
  • The slave ship
  • Of the pathetic fallacy
  • Father and son [selection]
  • Edmund Gosse
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age. Topics in Victorian literature : evolution.
  • The descent of man [selection]
  • Charles Darwin
  • The Belfast address [selection]
  • John Tyndall
  • The life and letter of Thomas Henry Huxley [selection]
  • Leonard Huxley
  • Social statics [selection]
  • Herbert Spencer
  • Volume 2.
  • The Victorian age. Topics in Victorian literature : industrialism, progress or decline?
  • A review of Southey's Colloquies [selection]
  • Thomas Babington Macaulay
  • The great towns
  • Friedrich Engels
  • Alton Locke [selection]
  • Charles Kingsley
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Cynara
  • Flos lunae
  • To one in Bedlam
  • A last word
  • Spleen
  • Dregs
  • Exchanges
  • Ernest Dowson
  • Hap
  • Volume 2.
  • The impercipient
  • Neutral tones
  • I look into my glass
  • A broken appointment
  • Drummer hodge
  • Lausanne
  • The darkling thrush
  • A trampwoman's tragedy
  • Let me enjoy
  • The rash bride
  • The twentieth century.
  • One we knew
  • She hears the storm
  • Channel firing
  • The convergence of the Twain
  • Ah, are you digging on my grave
  • Under the waterfall
  • The walk
  • During wind and rain
  • In time of "The breaking of nations"
  • He never expected much
  • Impression du Matin
  • Thomas Hardy
  • God's grandeur
  • The starlight night
  • Spring
  • The lantern out of doors
  • The windhover
  • Pied beauty
  • Hurrahing in harvest
  • Binsey poplars
  • Dun's Scotus's Oxford
  • Hélas
  • Felix Randal
  • Spring and fall
  • Inversnaid
  • Carrion comfort
  • No worst, there is none
  • Thou art indeed just, Lord
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins
  • E tenebris
  • The harlot's house
  • The critic as artist
  • Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray
  • The stolen child
  • Down by the Sally Gardens
  • The rose of the world
  • The lake isle of Innisfree
  • The sorrow of love
  • When you are old
  • Who goes with Fergus
  • The man who dreamed of Faeryland
  • The secret rose
  • The folly of being comforted
  • Volume 2.
  • Adam's curse
  • The old men admiring themselves in the water
  • No second Troy
  • The fascination of what's difficult
  • September 1913
  • To a shade
  • The cold heaven
  • The wild swans at Coole
  • Easter 1916
  • On a political prisoner
  • The twentieth century.
  • The second coming
  • A prayer for my daughter
  • Sailing to Byzantium
  • Leda and the swan
  • Among school children
  • A dialogue of self and soul
  • For Anne Gregory
  • Byzantium
  • Crazy Jane talks with the bishop
  • After long silence
  • Preface to Major Barbara
  • Lapis lazuli
  • Long-legged fly
  • The circus animals' desertion
  • Under Ben Bulben
  • William Butler Yeats
  • Memoirs.
  • Autobiography
  • Journal
  • William Butler Yeats
  • Major Barbara
  • George Bernard Shaw
  • Heart of darkness
  • Joseph Conrad
  • The madness of King Goll
  • Ulysses.
  • Proteus
  • Lestrygonians
  • James Joyce
  • Finnegans wake (Anna Livia Plurabelle)
  • James Joyce
  • Odor of chrysanthemums
  • The rainbow (chapter II)
  • The horse dealer's daughter
  • The fox
  • Volume 2.
  • Why the novel matters
  • Love on the farm
  • The bride
  • A young wife
  • Piano
  • Bavarian gentians
  • Snake
  • The ship of death
  • D.H. Lawrence
  • The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock
  • The twentieth century.
  • Landscapes.
  • Rannoch, by Glencoe
  • Cape Ann
  • T.S. Eliot
  • Sweeney among the nightingales
  • Whispers of immortality
  • The waste land
  • Journey of the magi
  • Marina
  • Four quartets (Little gidding)
  • Araby
  • Tradition and the individual talent
  • The metaphysical poets
  • T.S. Eliot
  • The watergaw
  • The Bonnie Broukit Bairn
  • Moonstruck
  • The Eemis stane
  • A drunk man looks at the thistle.
  • Farewell to Dostoevski
  • Yet ha'e I silence left
  • Clay
  • Hugh MacDiarmid
  • To circumjack cencrastus (Lourd on my hert)
  • On a raised beach
  • Second hymn to Lenin
  • In memoriam James Joyce (We must look at the harebell)
  • Hugh MacDiarmid
  • Endgame (The end)
  • Molloy.
  • Overture : A and C
  • Molloy and his sucking stones
  • A portrait of the artist as a young man.
  • Moran in service
  • Two encounters
  • Moran back from service
  • Samuel Beckett
  • The unnamable (Into the silence)
  • Samuel Beckett
  • The interview with the director
  • The walk on the shore
  • James Joyce
  • With rue my heart is laden
  • Terence, this is stupid stuff
  • The chestnut casts his flambeaux
  • Could man be drunk forever
  • Epitaph on an army of mercenaries
  • A.E. Housman
  • Danny Deever
  • Recessional
  • Edgehill fight
  • The runes on Weland's sword
  • Volume 2.
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • Heaven
  • The soldier
  • Rupert Brooke
  • Tears
  • The owl
  • The path
  • Adlestrop
  • The gallows
  • Ambition
  • The twentieth century. Distinctive voices in poetry and fiction.
  • Edward Thomas
  • Greater love
  • Futility
  • Sonnet on seeing a piece of our artillery brought into action
  • Anthem for doomed youth
  • Apologia pro poemate meo
  • Strange meeting
  • Wilfred Owen
  • The road from Colonus
  • E.M. Forster
  • Loveliest of trees
  • The mark on the wall
  • Virginia Woolf
  • Troy
  • The return
  • The animals
  • Adam's dream
  • The horses
  • Edwin Muir
  • In parenthesis (Preface and part 7)
  • David Jones
  • When I was one-and-twenty
  • Flying crooked
  • Down, wanton, down!
  • The reader over my shoulder
  • The devil's advice to story-tellers
  • A civil servant
  • Gulls and men
  • The white goddess
  • The straw
  • Dialogue on the headland
  • The blu-fly
  • To an athlete dying young
  • A plea to boys and girls
  • Friday night
  • The naked and the nude
  • A slice of wedding cake
  • Robert Graves
  • This lunar beauty
  • Petition
  • On this island
  • Spain 1937
  • Musée des beaux arts
  • Bredon Hill
  • Lullaby
  • In memory of W.B. Yeats
  • Their lonely betters
  • In praise of limestone
  • W.H. Auden
  • Sunday morning
  • The sunlight on the garden
  • Bagpipe music
  • Mahabalipuram
  • Good dream
  • The Lent lily
  • Louis MacNiece
  • The force that through the green fuse drives the flower
  • This bread I break
  • After the funeral
  • There was a saviour
  • The hunchback in the park
  • Poem in October
  • Do not go gentle into that good night
  • Dylan Thomas
  • To room nineteen
  • On Wenlock Edge
  • Doris Lessing
  • Seven types of ambiguity (Wordsworth)
  • William Empson
  • Volume 2.
  • The twentieth century. The critical revolt against romanticism and impressionism.
  • Romanticism and classicism
  • T.E. Hulme
  • Practical criticism (part I)
  • I.A. Richards
  • Revaluation (chapter 6)
  • F.R. Leaves
  • Philip Larkin
  • An English summer
  • In memory of anyone unknown to me
  • Elizabeth Jennings
  • Reflections
  • A meditation on John Constable
  • Hawks
  • Autumn piece
  • Charles Tomlinson
  • Considering the snail
  • Volume 2.
  • Human condition
  • Moly
  • Thom Gunn
  • Wind
  • A dream of horses
  • Relic
  • Examination at the womb-door
  • A disaster
  • Ted Hughes
  • Seahorses
  • The twentieth century. Poetry after mid-century.
  • Five generations
  • Peter Porter
  • Nature with man
  • A bluebell
  • Creatures
  • Jon Silkin
  • September song
  • Funeral music (3 and 7)
  • Geoffrey Hill
  • Churning day
  • A voice from the garden
  • Poor women in a city church
  • Seamus Heaney
  • Across the bay
  • Donald Davie
  • Lines on a young lady's photograph album
  • Faith healing
  • Ambulances
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
3d ed.
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780393093049
Lccn
73019982
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)860128

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