101 Famous Poems

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Roy Cook
McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 1, 1984 - Poetry - 186 pages
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Nature, man and human history are reflected on in the verse of English and American poets and such prose works as the Gettysburg Address and the Declaration of Independence

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Review: One Hundred and One Famous Poems: With a Prose Supplement

User Review  - Ben Trump - Goodreads

Some solid entries, and others that are not widely distributed anymore. On the other hand, some entries that seem forced or don't need to be here. I did like the prose supplement, even if it isn't completely topical. A worthwhile venture into basic poetry for anyone. Read full review

Review: One Hundred and One Famous Poems: With a Prose Supplement

User Review  - Loyalhistorian - Goodreads

Great book. My second time to read it. I had read it a while ago for fun when I was in high school. Picked it up again a few months ago and have been reading a few poems at a time when the mood has ... Read full review

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