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The Nation S Favourite Poems Of Journeys

Author : Alexandra Warwick
ISBN : 0563537159
Genre : English poetry
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From the intrepid explorers who discovered the New World to modern-day commuters, journeys have always played a fundamental part in our lives. In The Nations Favourite Poems of Journeys poets from throughout the ages explore not just the physical, but also the spiritual and emotional journeys that we undertake as we progress through life. The sadness of seeing a loved one depart on a long voyage, the wonder of seeing new lands and meeting new people the web of emotions reflected in this fascinating anthology is complex and varied. Alun Lewis describes the poignancy of lovers parting forever in Goodbye while Tennyson captures an insatiable wanderlust in Ulysses. Laurie Lee celebrates England and homecoming in Home from Abroad whereas in Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night Dylan Thomas ponders the final and ultimate journey that we make: life into death. Packed with a rich variety of wonderful poems, The Nations Favourite Poems of Journeys is sure to become a greatly treasured companion as you travel through life. The foreword is to be written by Benedict Allen

The Nation S Favourite Love Poems

Author : Daisy Goodwin
ISBN : 9781446417584
Genre : Poetry
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From the first flush of love, through courtship and vows of eternal fidelity, to serving the writs and drowning your sorrows, 'The Nation's Favourite Love Poems' will meet all your romantic requirements. In this selection of 100 popular poems, poets of every age consider that most universal of themes: love. As well as traditional lovers' favourites such as Elizabeth Barrett Browning's 'How do I love thee?' and Shakespeare's 'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?' there are contemporary voices such as Adrian Mitchell, Wendy Cope and John Fuller, whose erudite yet salacious 'Valentine' would melt the most fridgid heart. There are even poems for those more melancholic moments, Hardy's haunting 'After a Journey', for example, and Larkin's poignant 'Love Songs in Age'. So, wherever you are in the tunnel of love, dip into this book of poetry and you will be reassured to discover that at one time or another a poet has been there before you.

Nation S Favourite Comic Poems

Author : Griff Rhys Jones
ISBN : 9781448140497
Genre : Poetry
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This wonderful anthology contains some of the nation's all-time favourite comic poetry. From much-loved classics such as Lewis Carroll's curious 'Jabberwocky' to lesser known and forgotten gems such as Gelett Burgess's 'The Purple Cow', Griff Rhys Jones takes us on a poetic tour of witty, nonsensical and plain laugh-out-loud funny poems. The selection brings together poets from every age and every walk of life, from Shakespeare to Victoria Wood and from Keats to Benjamin Zephaniah. There is Roald Dahl's cunning variation on 'Little Red Riding Hood', Spike Milligan's brilliantly ridiculous 'On the Ning Nang Nong' as well as several entries from the ever-elusive Anon, including one delightfully succint 'Peas'. Remembered, half-remembered, cherished or written on a tea towel, here are some of the nation's favourite comic poems.

The Nation S Favourite

Author : Griff Rhys Jones
ISBN : 9781446417836
Genre : Poetry
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This lovely book of poetry brings together over 100 of the most celebrated and cherished poems of the 20th century. Including poets as diverse as John Betjeman and Ted Hughes, Siegfried Sassoon and Allan Ahlberg, and subjects from all avenues of life - war, family life, love, death, religion, the countryside, animals and comedy - the whole breadth of the nation's life during the 20th century is encapsulated here. Compiled and edited by Griff Rhys Jones as part of the successful The Nations Favourite Poems series, this book brings together the wealth of new and innovative poetry styles that flourished in the 20th Century.

The Master Haunter

Author : David Winter
ISBN : 0745937950
Genre : Poetry
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The figure of Christ has intrigued, inspired or provoked many of the greatest English poets. This collection takes its title from the work of the Australian poet Peter Porter. It gathers together 170 poems and groups them by theme. David Wingter's illuminating commentary sets the poems in context.

Prose And Poetry Journeys

Author : Margaret Rutledge Greer
ISBN : STANFORD:36105049240836
Genre : American literature
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More Than Just Poetry

Author : Tenesia Teri-Ann
ISBN : 9781479741304
Genre : Poetry
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This book carries you through a journey of human emotion, it's about the feelings that make us as special as we are. Our every being is surrounded by love, hate, anger, hope, faith and so many more emotions that lead us, keep us alive and universally keep us moving. The poems are based on either fragments of my life or the lives of others that I hold dear. These are real expressions of different situations that we all find ourselves in at one point or the other in our lives. So grab your favourite drink, curl up in a comfortable place and join me on a really great journey one that I am privileged to share with you.

A Journey Into History

Author : Moses M. Nagy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105034781125
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Hungarian literature is far from having reached the attention and appreciation of the English speaking reader. Our series of essays proposes an introduction to rather than a reappraisal of this literature which, though unknown, deserves an honorable place among other literatures of the world. Its roots go back to the sources which have been feeding Western art: Christianity and Humanism. Now, if all the other national literatures participate in the universal concert of arts, literature of Hungary, too, would like to make its voice heard, its beauty known. What fascinates the Hungarian writer is not psychology or destiny; it is history which inspires him courage and perseverance in fighting for the survival of his nation. His authentic poetry saves his artistry from becoming chauvinistic. On reading these essays, one will enjoy learning how the Hungarians feel about being placed in this narrow corridor of Europe, between East and West, where they witness history in its making.

My Favourite English Poems

Author : John Masefield
ISBN : IND:32000011220482
Genre : English poetry
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Aurora

Author : Andrew Blakemore
ISBN : 9781467879996
Genre : Poetry
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“Aurora” is the second major collection of poems written by Andrew Blakemore and contains 423 new works in total. Andrew is quickly gaining the reputation as one of the nation’s favourite poets. This new collection demonstrates not only his remarkable poetical skill but also his prolificacy as a writer. Andrew Blakemore’s poetry is both wholesome, honest and makes wonderful reading. It is beautiful by right and leaves the reader with a sense of well-being and an inner feeling of fulfilment in some way. (Duncan Wyllie, Hilperton, Wiltshire) Andrew is a “natural” and his poems are a joy to find. He is a weaver of such excellence and one cannot be unmoved by reading his works. He has a wonderful way of explaining his subjects and brings his storylines to life in a very special way. (Ernestine Northover, Derby, Derbyshire) Andrew has a unique style, he draws the reader in with his wonderfully woven poetry on any subject, so vivid that the reader could be there looking on. A fantastic modern day poet who is well worth taking a look at, you will not be disappointed. (Lynda Robson, New Quay, West Wales) Andrew Blakemore has that once in a lifetime talent of a writer. With so many forms of imagery, his journey may take you to the hills, to the ocean, or just to watch a snowflake fall. He can make you cry, feel sad, or feel so happy to be alive. His easy flow makes it such a pleasure for the reader to enjoy whatever beholds in the mind of the writer. His sensitivity shows true colour with every emotion within his soul. (Bonnie Collins, New York, U.S.A) Andrew is a poet’s poet extraordinaire. He is highly polished in the art of painting scenes from his words, bringing out those vibrant colours enhancing and capturing the senses of the love, life and beauty that surround us all. He has without doubt turned out through his unique talent and gift, poetry that are murals from the gallery of his mind. (Thad Wilk, Texas, U.S.A) Andrew is a fine lyrical poet, reminiscent of John Keats. He has polished his poetical craft until it shines and his phrasing and style are impeccable and always satisfying. He combines a fine poetic ear, a discerning poetic voice and the eye of one who notices and cares. (Alison Cassidy, Kalorama, Australia) There is a certain timeless quality about Andrew’s poems and they will serve not only this generation but many generations to come in the future. (Jean Davis, Rushall, West Midlands)

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