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John Betjeman's collected poems

Author: John Betjeman
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1959, ©1958.
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Betjeman, John, 1906-1984.
John Betjeman's collected poems.
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1959, ©1958
(OCoLC)609549464
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Betjeman
OCLC Number: 12687172
Description: xxvi, 279 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Death in Leamington --
Hymn --
The 'varsity students' rag --
The city --
An eighteenth-century Calvanistic hymn --
For nineteenth-century burials --
Camberley --
Croydon --
Westgate-on-sea --
The wykehamist --
The arrest of Oscar Wilde at the Cadogan hotel --
Distant view of a provincial town --
Slough --
Clash went the billiard balls --
Love in a valley --
An impoverished Irish peer --
Our padre --
Exchange of livings --
Undenominational --
A hike on the downs --
Dorset --
Calvinistic evensong --
Exeter --
Death of king George V --
The heart of Thomas Hardy --
Cheltenham --
A Shropshire lad --
Upper Lambourne --
Pot pourri from a surrey garden --
Holy trinity, Sloane street --
On seeing an old poet in the cafe royal --
An incident in the early life of Ebenezer Jones, poet, 1828 --
Trebetherick --
Oxford : sudden illness at the bus-stop --
Group life : letchworth --
Bristol and Clifton --
Sir John Piers --
Myfanwy --
Myfanwy at Oxford --
Lake district --
In Westminster abbey --
Senex --
Olney hymns --
On a portrait of a deaf man --
Saint cadoc --
Henley-on-Thames --
Parliament hill fields --
A subaltern's love-song --
Bristol --
On an old-fashioned water-colour of oxford --
a Lincolnshire tale --
St. Barnabas, Oxford --
An archaeological picnic --
May-day song for north Oxford --
Before invasion, 1940 --
Ireland with Emily --
Margate, 1940 --
Invasion exercise on the poultry farm --
The planster's vision --
In a bath teashop --
Before the anaesthetic, or a real fright --
On hearing the full peal of ten bells from Christ Church, Swindon, wilts --
Youth and age on Beaulieu river, hants --
East Anglian bathe --
Sunday afternoon service in St. Enodoc Church, Cornwall --
The Irish unionist's farewell to Greta Hellstrom in 1922 --
In memory of basil, Marquess of Dufferin and Ava --
Indoor games near Nerbury --
St. Saviour's, Aberdeen park, highbury, London, N. --
Beside the seaside --
North coast recollections --
A Lincolnshire church --
The town clerk's views --
Harrow-on-the-hill --
Verses turned --
Sunday morning, king's Cambridge --
Christmas --
The licorice fields at Pontefract --
Church of England thoughts --
Essex --
Huxley hall --
House of rest --
Middlesex --
Seaside golf --
I.M. Walter Ramsden, ob. march 26 1947, Pembroke College, Oxford --
Norfolk --
The metropolitan railway --
Late-flowering lust --
Sun and fun --
Original sin on the Sussex coast --
Devonshire street W.1 --
The cottage hospital --
A child ill --
Business girls --
Remorse --
The old liberals --
Greenaway --
The Olympic girl --
The dear old village --
The village inn --
Station Syren --
Hunter trials --
A literary discovery --
How to get on in society --
Diary of a church mouse --
Wantage bells --
Winthrop Mackworth Redivivus --
False security --
Eunice --
Monody on the death of Aldersgate street station --
Thoughts on The diary of a nobody --
Longfellow's visit to Venice --
Felixstowe, or the last of her order --
Pershore station, or a liverish journey first class --
Hertfordshire --
Lord Cozens Hardy --
Variation on a theme by Newbolt --
Inevitable --
N.W.5 & N.6 --
From the great western --
In the public gardens.
Other Titles: Collected poems
Responsibility: compiled and with an introd. by the Earl of Birkenhead.

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