101 Poems to Read in London & New York: .. or Easily from Home (Best English Poetry Collection)


☆★☆ 3rd edition (June 29, 2014) ☆★☆

This ebook is an anthology of best-loved poems of the English literature.
All poets are in chronological order and, starting from 2nd edition, for each poet there are their popular quotes.

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☛ Table of contents

William Shakespeare
– Such stuff as dreams are made on (from The Tempest)
– Sonnet XVIII
– Sonnet CXVI
– Sonnet LXXV
– Sonnet XIX
– Sonnet CXXX
– Sonnet II
John Donne
– No man is an island
Ben Jonson
– To Celia
Robert Herrick
– To Electra [IV]
– To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
John Milton
– As on a hill-top rude, when closing day
– Better to reign in Hell, then serve in Heav’n
Mary Wortley Montagu
– Epigram, 1734
William Blake
– The Chimney Sweeper (from Songs of Innocence)
– The Tyger (from Songs of Experience)
Robert Burns
– A Red, Red Rose
– The Rigs O’ Barley
William Wordsworth
– Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of early Childhood
– Though nothing can bring back the hour
– The Rainbow
– I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (also known as The Daffodils)
– There Was a Boy
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
– To Nature
– Kubla Khan
Thomas Moore
– The Last Rose of Summer
Leigh Hunt
– A Night-Rain in Summer
George Gordon Byron
– She Walks in Beauty
– So, we’ll go no more a roving
Percy Bysshe Shelley
– Love’s Philosophy
– Ode to a Skylark
William Cullen Bryant
– Thanatopsis
John Keats
– Ode on a Grecian Urn
– You say you love
Ralph Waldo Emerson
– Thine eyes still shined for me
– The glory of friendship
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
– If thou must love me, let it be for nought
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
– The Rainy Day
– The Village Blacksmith
John Greenleaf Whittier
– The Barefoot Boy
Edgar Allan Poe
– A Dream Within A Dream
– Alone
– To F
– Annabel Lee
– The Raven
Alfred Tennyson
– Come, my friends
– The Charge of the Light Brigade
– Dora
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
– Sun and Shadow
William Makepeace Thackeray
– Sorrows of Werther
Robert Browning
– My Last Duchess
Emily Brontë
– I’m happiest when most away
– Sympathy
Walt Whitman
– O Captain! My Captain!
– To a stranger
Matthew Arnold
– Dover Beach
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
– Sudden Light
George Meredith
– But where began the change
Christina Rossetti
– Who Has Seen The Wind?
– Echo
– Remember
Emily Dickinson
– There is no Frigate like a Book
– To make a prairie
– To see her is a Picture
– “Hope” is the thing with feathers
– I’m nobody! Who are you?
– I took one Draught of Life
– By my Window have I for Scenery
Lewis Carroll
– Jabberwocky
– A Long Tale
Algernon Swinburne
– From The Triumph of Time
Thomas Hardy
– A Broken Appointment
– The Darkling Thrush
Gerard Manley Hopkins
– Heaven-Haven
– Pied Beauty
William Ernest Henley
– Invictus
Robert Louis Stevenson
– Romance
– The Celestial Surgeon
Oscar Wilde
– Had we never loved at all (from Panthea)
– Requiescat
Alfred Edward Housman
– Others, I am not the first
– When I watch the living meet
Rabindranath Tagore
– Thou hast made me endless
– O woman, you are not merely the handiwork of God
William Butler Yeats
– When you are old
– The Lake Isle of Innisfree
Rudyard Kipling
– If
– The Way Through the Woods
Edwin Arlington Robinson
– The Dark Hills
– Credo
Harold Monro
– A Flower is Looking through the Ground
James Joyce
– On the Beach at Fontana
– Alone
– At that hour
Khalil Gibran
– On Pleasure
– What is Life (from Jesus, The Son of Man)
Sara Teasdale
– I am not yours
– There will come soft rains
D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
– Dissolute
Wilfred Owen
– Dulce et Decorum est
– Futility

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