A treasury of the spoken word: a collection of familiar poems annotated and interpreted for reading aloud

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Ted Cott
Hermitage Press, 1949 - Poetry - 384 pages
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Contents

Preface
13
Star Spangled Banner 31
29
The TwentyThird Psalm
40
Woodman Spare That Tree
46
Song Why So Pale and Wan Fair Lover
57
Maud Muller
71
The Kids Last Fight
77
A Visit From St Nicholas
84
The Sad Tale Of Mr Mears
180
The Day Is Done
186
Abou Ben Adhem
193
The Constant Lover
199
Song Stay At Home
212
The Bridge Of Sighs
218
The Battle Of Blenheim
224
Casabianca
235

Jenny Kissd Me
94
The Owl And The Pussy Cat
100
OZYMANDIAS OF EGYPT
105
How Do I Love Thee?
113
Sonnet 29
123
Danny Deever
132
Remember Me When I Am Gone Away
138
The Tyger
146
Casey At The Bat
153
Annabel Lee
160
Light Shining Out Of Darkness
166
The Fools Prayer
243
GodsAcre
250
Incident Of The French Camp
259
The Puzzled Census Taker
272
A Simple Prayer
286
Was A Lad
301
The Time Ive Lost In Wooing
339
Our Little Life
357
Index
381
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