Reading Poetry: An Anthology of Poems
Random House School Division, Jan 1, 1989 - Criticism - 456 pages
A textbook anthology of poems by international authors both classic and contemporary, presented with commentary to develop the ability to read and analyze poetry perceptively.
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Chapter One Reading and Responding
Chapter Two Elements of Poetry
Figures of Speech and Symbolism
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A. E. HOUSMAN Alastair Reid allusion Aunt Jennifer beat beauty bird breath child cold Copyright dark dead death Dickinson Directions Publishing dream Dust of Snow E. E. Cummings earth Emily Dickinson example experience eyes fall father feel feet figures of speech flowers Frost green hair hand hear heard the learn'd heart heaven iambic images interpretation irony Julia de Burgos killed Langston Hughes learn'd astronomer leaves light lines lips listen living look madness meaning metaphor meter Miniver moon mother moved never night pattern pleasures poem's poet poetic reading poetry Reprinted by permission rhyme Robert sail sense ship sing sleep song sonnet soul sound speaker stanza stars stone sweet syllables symbolic T. S. Eliot tell thee things thou thought tree voice W. B. Yeats W. H. Auden William Carlos Williams wind words