Major Elizabethan Poetry & Prose

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Crowell, 1972 - English literature - 993 pages
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Contents

Contents
1
Sir Thomas Wyatt
19
The long love that in my thought doth harbor
25
Ah Robin
31
With serving still
37
The soote season that bud and bloom forth brings
49
Give place ye lovers here before
55
A LETTER OF SIR JOHN CHEKE
66
THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE
635
William Shakespeare
661
VENUS AND ADONIS
673
SONNETS
708
Thomas Nashe
787
THE UNFORTUNATE TRAVELLER
797
from SONGS AND SONNETS
873
THE BLOSSOM
900

John Lyly i o i
122
ASTROPHEL AND STELLA
147
fourth song Only joy now here you are
204
THOU BLIND MANS MARK
210
AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY
235
Edmund Spenser 283
283
from AMORETTI
296
The love which me so cruelly tormenteth
303
Coming to kiss her lips such grace I found
304
THE FAERIE QUEENE
325
Christopher Marlowe
627
TO HIS MISTRESS GOING TO BED
907
from HOLY SONNETS
913
Ben Jonson 921
921
from EPIGRAMS
930
from THE FOREST
937
from UNDERWOOD
947
ANOTHER LADYS EXCEPTION PRESENT AT THE HEARING
957
AN EPISTLE ANSWERING TO ONE THAT ASKED TO BE SEALED OF
970
Bibliography 977
977
Kind pity chokes my spleen brave scorn forbids 908
989
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