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101 famous poems

Author: Roy J Cook
Publisher: New York : McGraw Hill, [2003?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A compilation of well-known poems, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Emily Dickinson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Alfred Tennyson, Walt Whitman, etc. Also contains a selection of prose, including the Gettysburg Address, the Ten Commandments, the Declaration of Independence, and a speech by Patrick Henry.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roy J Cook
ISBN: 0071419306 9780071419307
OCLC Number: 609706189
Notes: Originally published: Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1958.
Includes indexes.
Description: 185 pages : portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: Builders --
Opportunity --
Out to old Aunt Mary's --
Each and all --
Rhodora --
Charge of the Light Brigade --
Night has a thousand eyes --
House by the side of the road --
I have a rendezvous with death --
In Flanders field --
Moonlight --
O Captain! my Captain! --
Chambered nautilus --
Christmas everywhere --
Little boy blue --
Daffodils --
June --
Ode to the west wind --
Snowstorm --
To a skylark --
Hiawatha's childhood --
Happy warrior --
Ann Rutledge --
Grass --
Not in vain --
Sheridan's ride --
Present crisis. Be strong --
Columbus --
Trees --
Spires of Oxford (as seen from the train) --
Recessional --
Cloud --
How did you die? --
Wolsey's farewell to His Greatness (from Henry VIII) --
Blessed damozel --
America for me --
Requiem --
Gods of the copybook headings --
Mercy (from The merchant of Venice) --
Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight --
Man with the hoe --
Duel --
Song of the Chattahoochee --
Ode on intimations of immortality --
Sonnet : The world is too much with us --
Letter to a young friend. Deacon's masterpiece, or, The one-hoss shay --
Building of the ship --
Solitude --
Knee-deep in June --
Waiting --
Paul Revere's ride --
That time of year --
Plant a tree --
About Ben Adhem --
Bells --
Elegy written in a country church-yard --
Cuddle doon --
Sonnet on his blindness --
Thanatopsis --
Children's hour --
Invictus --
Sea fever --
Horatius --
Each in his own tongue --
Eternal goodness --
Summum bonum --
If --
Day is done --
Love of country (from The lay of the last minstrel) --
Nobility --
Minuet. Childe Harold's farewell to England --
God save the flag --
Raven --
Highwayman --
Psalm of life --
For a' that and a' that --
Jest 'fore Christmas --
Gradatim --
Barefoot boy --
Polonius' advice to Laertes (from Hamlet) --
Flag goes by --
Things that are excellent --
Concord hymn --
Keep a-goin' --
Life sculpture --
Choir invisible --
Marmion and Douglas --
Ode on a Grecian urn --
Heart of the tree --
Crossing the bar --
Soliloquy from "Hamlet" --
She was a phantom of delight --
Spider and the fly : a fable. Maud Muller --
Night before Christmas --
Home --
My Kate --
Lincoln, the man of the people --
On the building of Springfield --
Mending wall --
Fool's prayer --
To a waterfowl --
I shall not pass this way again : a symphony --
Apostrophe to the ocean --
Renascence --
Epilogue to Asolando --
Envoi --
Gettysburg address --
Letter to Mrs. Bixby --
Ten commandments --
Magna charta --
War inevitable, March, 1775 --
Declaration of independence.
Other Titles: One hundred and one famous poems
Responsibility: [compiled by] Roy J. Cook.

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