A Treasury of the world's best loved poems

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Random House, Incorporated, Nov 1, 1988 - Poetry - 192 pages
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Presents a collection of over one hundred poems including "Annabel Lee" and "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe, "Paul Revere's Ride" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, sonnets by Shakespeare and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and selections from many more noted poets.

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This is a smattering of poems, primarily of men With only Elizabeth Barrett Browning to represent women With sentences of dying, fighting and of loves lost I wondered if the authors ever thought about ... Read full review

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This collection of poems features classic poems by authors like Shakespeare, Milton, Emerson, Dickinson, Poe, etc. that are often their most memorable works. Each poem has its individual style based on the author and theme of the work, but the sheer variety available makes it great to compare and contrast against each other. Within this collection, poems cover a variety of themes like loss, regret, love, sacrifice, change, and much more which helps makes it relatable to a variety of readers from different backgrounds.  

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CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
1
SIR JOHN SUCKLING
7
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow
15
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Aubrey C. Watson is a freelance photographer, lecturer and writer. He was staff photographer and cinematographer for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency for thirteen years and a commercial photographer for ten years. He is an avid outdoorsman, environmental photographer and a lifelong resident of Nashville. He has received honors for his photography from The American Association for Conservation
Information and The Nashville Advertising Federation. His other books include "The Outdoor Photographer's Bible "(1997) and "Nashville Then and Now "(2005).

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