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The collected poems

Author: Rupert Brooke; Edward Howard Marsh, Sir; Gavin Ewart
Publisher: London : Sidgwick & Jackson, 1987.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th ed. revView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Brooke, Rupert, 1887-1915.
Collected poems.
London : Sidgwick & Jackson, 1987
(OCoLC)647104036
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rupert Brooke; Edward Howard Marsh, Sir; Gavin Ewart
ISBN: 0283994495 9780283994494 0283994533 9780283994531
OCLC Number: 16626051
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 333 pages, [1] leaf of plates : portrait ; 21 cm
Contents: Second best --
Day that I have loved --
Sleeping out: full moon --
In examination --
Pine-trees and the sky: evening --
Wagner --
The vision of the archagels --
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 --
Choriambics I --
Choriambics II --
Desertion --
Sonnet: Oh, death will find me --
Sonnet: I said I spledidly loved you --
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 --
Line 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 --
Lust --
Jealousy --
Blue evening --
The charm --
Finding --
song --
The voice --
Dining-room tea --
The goddess in the wood --
A channel passage --
Victory --
Day and night --
The old vicarage, Grantchester --
Beauty and beauty --
Song --
Mary and Gabriel --
Unfortunate --
The busy heart --
Love --
The Chilterns --
Home --
The night journey --
The way that lovers use --
The funeral of youth: Threnody --
Mutability --
Clouds --
Sonnet (Suggested by some of the proceedings of the Society for Psyhcical Research) --
A memory --
One day --
Waikiki --
Hauntings --
He wonders whether to praise or to blame her --
Doubts --
There's widsom in women --
Fafaia --
Heaven --
The great lover --
Retrospect --
Tiare Tahiti --
The treasure parts I-V --
Fragment: I strayed about the deck, an hour, tonight --
The dance --
Song --
Sometimes even now --
Sonnet: In time of revolt --
A letter to a live poet --
Fragment on painters --
The true beatitude (Bouts-Rimes) --
Sonnet reversed --
It's not going to happen again --
The little dog's day.
Responsibility: Rupert Brooke ; with a memoir by Edward Marsh ; introduction by Gavin Ewart.

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