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A new university anthology of English Poetry

Author: S G Kossick; E Pereira; M C Andersen
Publisher: Cape Town : Oxford University Press, 1993.
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This revised and updated anthology covers English poetry from the Middle Ages to the present. Aimed specifically at the Southern African market, this anthology includes a significant proportion of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S G Kossick; E Pereira; M C Andersen
ISBN: 0195708733 9780195708738
OCLC Number: 85917774
Description: xxv, 290 p.
Contents: Anonymous: Sumer is icumen in / Swarte smekéd smethes / Westron Winde / Lord Randal. G.Chaucer: The Canterbury tales (extract) / The complaint of Chaucer to his purse. W.Dunbar: Sweit rois of vertew. Sir T. Wyatt / They flee from me. H. Howard, Earl of Surrey: Night. Sir W. Raleigh: Nature that washed her hands in milk / The nymph's reply to the shepherd. E. Spenser: Sonnet: One day I wrote her name. Sir P. Sidney: Sonnet: With how sad steps. R. Southwell: The burning babe. M. Drayton: Sonnet: Since there's no help. C. Marlowe: The passionate shepherd to his love. W. Shakespeare: Song: Fear no more / Sonnets: Let me not to the marriage / My mistress' eyes / Shall I compare thee. John Donne: The good-morrow / A valediction: forbidding mourning / Holy sonnets: Batter my heart / Death be not proud. B. Jonson: On my first son / Song to Celia. R. Herrick: To the virgins, to make much of time. G.Herbert: The collar / Easter wings / Love. E. Waller: Song: Go, lovely rose. J. Milton: On his blindness / Paradise lost . A. Bradstreet: The author to her book. A. Marvell: To his coy mistress. H. Vaughan: The retreat / The world. J. Dryden: To the memory of old Mr. Oldham. A. Pope: The rape of the Lock. S. Johnson: The vanity of human wishes. T.Gray: Elegy written in a country churchyard / Ode on the death of a favourite cat, drowned in a tub of gold fishes. G.Crabbe: The village. W. Blake: The clod and the pebble / The little black boy / London / The sick rose / The tiger. R. Burns: A red, red rose. W.Wordsworth: Composed upon Westminister Bridge, September 3, 1802 "She dwelt among untrodden ways"/ The prelude ? Sonnet: The world is too much with us. S.T. Coleridge: Kubla Khan / This lime-tree bower my prison. G.Gordon, Lord Byron: She walks in beauty / Sonnet on Chillon / So, we'll go no more a-roving. P. B. Shelley: Ode to the west wind / Ozymandias / To a sky-lark. J. Keats: La Belle Dame sans Merci / Ode to a nightingale / To Autumn / On first looking into Chapman's Homer. E.B. Browning: Sonnet: Go from me / When our two souls. E. A. Poe: Annabel Lee. A., Lord Tennyson: The eagle / In memoriam A.H.H. / Morte d'Arthur / Ulysses. R. Browning: My last duchess. E. Brontë: Remembrance. W. Whitman: Sparkles from the wheel / A sight in the camp in the daybreak grey and dim / When I heard the learn'd astronomer. M. Arnold: Dover beach. E. Dickinson: After great pain, a formal feeling comes / As imperceptibly as grief / I felt a funeral, in my brain / Because I could not stop for death / I heard a fly buzz - when I died. C. Rossetti: Remember. A. C. Swinburne: Man. T. Hardy: Neutral tones / The darkling thrush. G.M.Hopkins: Binsey poplars / God's grandeur / Heaven-haven / Spring / The windhover. A.E. Housman: Loveliest of trees. W.B. Yeats: A prayer for my daughter / The second coming / Leda and the swan. R. Frost: Out, out- / Stopping by woods on a snowy evening. F.C. Slater: Lament for a dead cow. W.C. Williams: The red wheelbarrow / This is just to say. D.H. Lawrence: Piano / Red geranium and godly mignonette. E.Pound: In a station of the metro. S. Sassoon: Attack. M Moore: Poetry. T.S. Eliot: The hollow men / Journey of the magi / Macavity: the mystery cat / Preludes / Rhapsody on a windy night. J.C. Ransome: Bells for John Whiteside's daughter. A. MacLeish: Ars poetica. W. Owen: Anthem for doomed youth / Dulce et decorum est / Futility. E.E. Cummings: Buffalo Bill's / Anyone lived in a pretty how town / The Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls. M. Reynolds: Little boxes. R. Campbell: Autumn / The Zulu girl. L. Hughes: As I grew older / Theme for English B. S. Smith: Not waving but drowning. H.I.E. Dhlomo: Not for me. L.R.: Civilised labour policy. W. Plomer: Namaqualand after rain / The wild doves at Louis Trichardt. Herman Charles Bosman: Seed. W.H. Auden: Musée des Beaux Arts / The unknown citizen. R.N. Currey: Durban revisited. L. MacNeice: Snow. T. Roethke: My papa's waltz. E. Bishop: The fish / In the waiting room. C. Madge: Apocalypse. G. Barker: To my mother. M. Dikobe: Counter. D. Thomas: Do not go gentle into that good night / Fern Hill. A. Delius: The gamblers. G. Butler: Stranger to Europe / Myths. L. Ferlinghetti: Constantly risking absurdity. R. Miller: The floating island / Penguin on the beach / Submarine. P. Seeger: Where have all the flowers gone? D. J. Enright: The word. E. Morgan: Opening the cage. D.Wright: Swift. T. Afrika: Waiting for Lazarus. P. Larkin: Mr Bleaney. D.P. Kunene: Do not ask me. D. Brutus: On the island. S. Clouts: After the poem / The sleeper. J. Ashbery: Crazy weather / The painter. C. Tomlinson: Paring the apple. Maya Angelou: Still I rise / Woman work. A. Sexton; The starry night. T. Gunn: Memory unsettled. A. Rich: 21 love poems. T. Hughes: Crow / Nightjar / Pike / The thought-fox / Thrushes. D. Livingstone: Gentling a wildcat / Stormshelter / Sunstrike / There are times. C. Motsisi: The efficacy of prayer. S. Plath: Balloons / Black rook in rainy weather / Sheep in fog / You're. S. Sepamla: The blues is you in me / Come duze baby. A. Ibrahim: Africa, music and show business. M. Piercy: A story wet as tears. R. McGough: A brown paper carrierbag. M. Atwood: Earth / Habitation. G.Haresnape: The necklace. S. Heaney: Act of union. W. Jensma: Misto. M.O. Mtshali: An abandoned bundle / The moulting country bird / The master of the house. J. Couzyn: Spell for birth. A. Nortje: Waiting. N. Giovanni: Nikki Rosa. D. Haarhoff: Trader on the Namib edge. M.W. Serote: Alexandra / Burning cigarette / City Johannesburg / The clothes / For don M. - Banned / Prelude. A.Walker: On sight. L. Bryer: Our one. C. Mungoshi: Burning log. S. Kaplinski: In the shoe shop / Lublin - 4th November 1943-2.30 p.m. N. Ndebele: The revolution of the aged. Motshile wa Nthodi: Standard fifty-eight. S. Banoobhai: The border. I. de Kok: Small passing. F. Asvat: Possibilities for a man hunted by SBs. Oupa Thando Mthimkulu: Nineteen seventy-six. Sujata Bhatt: Muliebrity. F. Johennesse: Thinking about a white Christmas. C. van Wyk: A riot policeman. G. Mhlophe: The dancer. N. Radebe: Woman.
Responsibility: edited by M.C. Andersen, S.G. Kossick, E. Pereira.
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