Thing Of Beauty
Orient Blackswan, Jan 1, 2001 - 104 pages
An Anthology of Poems is meant for students of general English at the undergraduate level. Major poets of different periods of English literature have been included. Poems have been selected for easy comprehension and are fairly well-known. In addition, notes and exercises have been planned with a view of developing and refining the learner s response to poetry.
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