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The collected poems of Rupert Brooke,

Author: Rupert Brooke
Publisher: New York, Dodd, Mead and Company, Inc., 1965. © 1915
Series: Apollo editions, A-145
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When you adopt a shelter puppy, you acquire a loving companion and save a life at the same time. When enough dog lovers do the same, they create at least a partial solution to the pet overpopulation problem in the United States today. It staggers the mind to learn that over seven million dogs are received by shelters in this country annually. Of this figure, far too many are puppies, and for most the future is  Read more...
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Brooke, Rupert, 1887-1915.
Collected poems of Rupert Brooke.
New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1946
(OCoLC)654703418
Named Person: Rupert Brooke; Rupert Brooke
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rupert Brooke
OCLC Number: 2453793
Description: 180 pages frontispiece (portrait) 21 cm.
Contents: 1905-1908. Second best --
Day that I have loved --
Sleeping out: full moon --
In examination --
Pine-trees and the sky: evening --
Wagner --
The vision of the archangels --
Seaside --
On the death of Smet-Smet, the hippopotamus-goddess --
The song of the pilgrims --
The song of the beasts --
Failure --
Ante aram --
Dawn --
The call --
The wayfarers --
The beginning --
1908-1911. Sonnet: "oh! death will find me, long before I tire" --
Sonnet: "I said I splendidly loved you; it's not true" --
Success --
Dust --
Kindliness --
Mummia --
The fish --
Thoughts on the shape of the human body --
Flight --
The hill --
The one before the last --
The jolly company --
The life beyond --
Lines written in the belief that the ancient Roman festival of the dead was called Ambarvalia --
Dead men's love --
Town and country --
Paralysis --
Menelaus and Helen --
Libido --
Jealousy --
Blue evening --
The charm --
Finding --
Song --
The voice --
Dining-room tea --
The goddess in the wood --
A channel passage --
Victory --
Day and night --
Experiments. Choriambics-I --
Choriambics-II --
Desertion --
1914. Peace --
Safety --
The dead --
The dead --
The soldier --
The treasure --
The south seas. Tiare Tahiti --
Retrospect --
The great lover --
Heaven --
Doubts --
There's wisdom in women --
He wonders whether to praise or to blame her --
A memory (from a sonnet-sequence) --
One day --
Waikiki --
Hauntings --
Sonnet (suggested by some of the proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research) --
Clouds --
Mutability --
Other poems. The busy heart --
Love --
Unfortunate --
The Chilterns --
Home --
The night journey --
Song --
Beauty and beauty --
The way that lovers use --
Mary and Gabriel --
The funeral of youth: threnody --
Grantchester. The old vicarage, Grantchester (Café des Westens, Berlin, May, 1912) --
Fafaïa --
Appendix. Fragment --
The dance --
Song --
Sometimes even now --
Sonnet: in time of revold --
A letter to a live poet --
Fragment on painters --
The true beatitude --
Sonnet reversed --
It's not going to happen again --
The little dog's day.
Series Title: Apollo editions, A-145
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: with an introduction by George Edward Woodberry and a biographical note by Margaret Lavington.

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When you adopt a shelter puppy, you acquire a loving companion and save a life at the same time. When enough dog lovers do the same, they create at least a partial solution to the pet overpopulation problem in the United States today. It staggers the mind to learn that over seven million dogs are received by shelters in this country annually. Of this figure, far too many are puppies, and for most the future is neither bright nor long. Mainly, this vast glut of surplus puppies happened because someone didn't care--about neutering or using a leash or closing gates or even about the quality of life for all living things. In The Chosen Puppy, author Carol Lea Benjamin offers a better understanding of the shelter puppy, why its needs are so special and what you must do to be sure the Chosen Puppy of your choice grows up well adjusted and happy. Here's how to temperament-test and select the right puppy for you; and here's how to train your Chosen Puppy and care for it, providing all the creature comforts it never may have had and the love it craves so much from those it comes to depend on. Ms. Benjamin understands all aspects of pet overpopulation and how to best help its most innocent victims. She tells why neutering is the hope of the future to curb and curtail a population explosion that never should have happened in the first place. Think of "The Chosen Puppy" as your guidebook through your shelter puppy's most important formative period and as a passport to the lifetime of joys awaiting you both.

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