Great American poetry Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens, E. E. Cummings, Marianne Moore

Résumé

Recueil de poésie anglo-saxonne, comprenant des texte d'auteurs aussi variés que Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens, E. E. Cummings et Marianne Moore.

Auteur :
Collectif d'auteurs
Éditeur :
Great Britain , The Octopus Group,
Genre :
Poésie
Langue :
anglais.
Description du livre original :
640 pages
ISBN :
0 7064 5065 5.
Domaine public :
Non
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Table des matières

  • Mentions légales
  • ANNE BRADSTREET, circa 1612-1672
    • To my Dear and Loving Husband
    • A Letter to her Husband, absent upon Publick Employment
    • Upon the Burning of our House, July 10th, 1666
    • Contemplations
    • The Author to Her Book
    • Before the Birth of One of Her Children
    • Contemplations
    • The Flesh and the Spirit
    • Longing for Heaven
  • EDWARD TAYLOR, circa 1645-1729
    • Upon a Spider Catching a Fly
    • Huswifery
    • 112. Meditation. 2 Cor. 5.14.
    • If one died for all then are all Dead
    • Upon a Wasp Child with Cold
    • [When] Let by Rain
    • Meditation. J oh. 6.51. I am the Living Bread
    • Meditation. 1 J oh. 2.1. An Advocate with the Father
    • The Preface [to God's Determinations]
  • JOEL BARLOW, 1754-1812
    • From The Hasty Pudding, The Hasty Pudding Described
    • The Husking
    • The Eating of the Pudding
    • Advice to a Raven in Russia December, 1812
    • Hymn to Peace
    • Psalm CXXXVII, The Babylonian Captivity
    • To Freedom
    • From the Columbiad, The Zones of America
    • B1666
    • the Newdruane"aOwillages
  • WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT, 1794-1878
    • Thanatopsis
    • Green River
    • Lines on Revisiting the Country
    • The Rivulet
    • Hymn li>the City
    • The Prairies
    • To a Waterfowl
    • The Snow-Shower
    • The Evening Wind
    • Spring in Town
    • The Antiquity li>Freedom
    • Seventy-Six
    • The Waning Moon
    • The Wind and Stream
    • Waiting by the Gate
    • The Path
    • The Death of Lincoln
    • The Death of the Flowers
    • A Scene on the Banks of the Hudson
    • To the Fringed Gentian
    • Forest Hymn
    • To the Past
    • After a Tempest
    • Our Country's Call
    • An Evening Revery
    • America
    • The Pne"ting of the Apple-Tree
    • The Crowded Street
    • The Future Life
    • June
    • O Fairest of the Rural Maids
    • 'I Broke the Spell that Held Me Long'
  • RALPH WALDO EMERSON, 1803-1882
    • The Rhodora : On being asked, whence is the flower ?
    • The Humble-Bee
    • Concord Hymn
    • Sung at the Completion of the Battle Monument, July 4, 1837
    • Give All to Love
    • Days
    • The Problem
    • Each and All
    • Bacchus
    • The Bohemian Hymn
    • Two Rivers
    • Brahma
    • Unity
    • Fable
    • Ode
    • Uriel
    • Blight
    • Hamatreya
    • Woodnotes I
    • Woodnotes II
    • The Sphinx
    • Terminus
    • My Garden
    • Threnody
    • The Apology
    • Thine Eyes Still Shined
    • Compensation
    • Suum Cuique
    • Tact
    • To J. W.
    • Mithridates
    • The Visit
    • Goodbye
    • Ode : Sung in the Town Hall, Concord, July 4th, 1857
    • The Test
    • Forbearance
    • Heroism
  • HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW, 1807-1882
    • The Jewish Cemetery at Newport
    • The Wreck of the Hesperus
    • Excelsior
    • The Village Blacksmith
    • The Landlord's Tale
    • Paul Revere's Ride
    • The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
    • Ultima Thule
    • To G. W. G.
    • The Children's Hour
    • The Cross of Snow
    • Seaweed
    • The Republic
    • The Day is Done
    • Nature
    • Serenade
    • My Lost Youth
    • The Arrow and the Song
  • JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER, 1807-1892
    • Proem
    • From Songs of Labor Dedication
    • Skipper Ireson's Ride
    • Telling the Bees
    • Snow-Bound
    • A winter idyl
    • My Pneymate
    • The Haschish
    • Barbara Frietchie
    • In the 'Old South'
    • First-Day Thoughts
    • Maud Muller
    • The Homestead
    • The River Path
    • Abraham Davenport
    • What the Birds Said
    • My Triumph
    • The Lost Occasion
    • The Summons
    • The Last Walk in Autumn
    • The Lakeside
    • Democracy
    • The Battle Autumn of 1862
    • Stanzas for the Times
    • The Old Burying-Ground
    • Ichabod
    • To ruanishmen
    • The Last Eve of Summer
  • EDGAR ALLAN POE, 1809-1849
    • A Dream within a Dream
    • To Helen
    • The Raven
    • Ulalume - A Ballad
    • Annabel Lee
    • The Conqueror Worm
    • The Valley li>Unrest
    • The Haunted Palace
    • The Bells
    • The City in the Sea
    • To One in Paradise
    • For Annie
    • Introduction [to Poems, 1831]
    • Eldorado
    • Israfel
  • JONES VERY, 1813-1880
    • In Him We Live
    • The Garden
    • The Latter Rain
    • The Dead
    • The Grave-Yard
    • Thy Brother's Blood
    • The Clouded Mo666 <
    • The Lost
    • Enoch
    • The Wind-Flower
    • The Tree
    • The Prayer
    • The Strangers
    • Yourself
    • The Created
    • The Hand and Foot
    • Nature
    • Mo666 <
    • I Was Sick and in Prison
    • The Day li>Denial
  • HENRY DAVID THOREAU, 1817-1862
    • Inspiration
    • The Inward Mo666 <
    • Smoke
    • The Respectable Folks
    • My Prayer
    • Nature
    • Sic Vita
    • The Fisher's Boy
    • Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life
    • The Summer Rain
    • Conscience
    • When Winter Fringes Every Bough
    • Carpe Diem
    • Each Summer Sound
    • The Needles of the Pine
    • In the East Fames are Won
    • Love Equals Swift and Slow
    • Men Say They Know Many Things
    • What's the Railroad to Me
    • It is No Dream of Mine
    • Though All the Fates Should Prove Unkind
    • With Frontier Strength Ye Stand Your Ground
    • The Western Wind Came Lumbering In
    • Where Gleaming Fields of Haze
    • My Love Must Be As>Free
    • The Poet's Deney
    • Salmon Brook
    • I am the Autumnal Sun
    • Friendship
    • The Cliffs and Springs
    • May Mo666 <
    • Walden
    • In the Busy Streets, Domains of Trade
    • I Knew a Man by Sight
    • Last Night as I Lay Gazing with Shut Eyes
    • Each More Melodious Note I Hear
    • I Was Bo66 Upon thy Bank River
    • They Who Prepare My Evening Meal Below
    • Independence
    • I Mark the Summer's Swift Decline
    • Brother Where Dost Thou Dwell
    • The Hero
    • I Seek the Present Time
    • Th' Ambrosia of the Gods's
    • A Weed On Earth
    • I Saw a Denicate Flower Had Grow6 Up 2 Feet High
  • JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL, 1819-1891
    • From A Fable for Critics
    • Emerson
    • Bryant
    • Whittier
    • American Literature
    • Poe and Longfellow
    • Lowell
    • Daphne's Embarkation
    • In an Album
    • Aladdin
    • Credidimus Jovem Regnare
    • from The Biglow Papers The Courtin'
    • What Mister Robinson Thinks
    • An Incident in a Railroad Car
    • Guvener B. is a sensible man
    • A Letter
  • WALT WHITMAN, 1819-1892
    • There Was a Child Went Forth
    • Song of Myself
    • 1
    • I Heard You Solemn-Sweet Pipes of the Organ
    • In Paths Untrodden
    • When I Heard at the Close of the Dey
    • I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing
    • A Glimpse
    • Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
    • When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
    • A Boston Ballad
    • Good-bye My Fancy !
    • I Hear America Singing
    • Pioneers ! O Pioneers !
    • On the Beach at Night
    • One's-Self I S6 <
    • To a Stranger
    • A Noiseless Patient Spider
  • EMILY DICKINSON, 1830-1886
  • SIDNEY LANIER, 1842-1881
    • The Raven Days
    • Struggle
    • Thar's More in the Man Than Thar Is in the Land
    • Co66
    • Evening Song
    • The Marshes of Glynn
    • Song of the Chattahoochee
    • Opposition
    • The Stirrup-Cup
  • ROBERT FROST, 1874-1963
    • The Pasture
    • Mowing
    • Meeting and Passing
    • Design
    • Fire and Ice
    • The Road Not Taken
  • WALLACE STEVENS, 1879-1955
    • The Emperor of Ice-Cream
    • Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock
    • Anecdote of the Jar
    • Sad Strains of a Gay Waltz
    • Poetry Is a Destructive Force
    • Holiday in Reality
  • EZRA POUND, 1885-1972
    • A Pact
    • Dance Figure For The Marriage in Cana of Galilee
    • Sestina : Altaforte
    • Cino
    • Italian Campagna 1309, the open road
    • The Tea Shop
    • The Lake Isle
    • Epitaphs
    • In a Station of the Metro
    • Alba
    • Praise of Ysolt
    • Grace Before Song
    • Envoi
    • In Durance
    • Aux Belles de Londres
    • Francesca
    • Pne"h
    • Of White Thoughts he saw in a Forest
    • Silet
    • In Exitum Cuiusdam On a certain one's departure
    • Portrait d'une Femme
    • N.Y.
    • A Girl
    • Pnunge
    • A Virginal
    • An Immorality
  • MARIANNE MOORE, 1887-1972
    • The Steeple-Jack Revised, 1961
    • The Jerboa Too Much
    • The Fish
    • Poetry Original version
    • Silence
    • The Pangolin
  • E. E. CUMMINGS, 1894-1962
    • 'it is at moments after i have dreamed'
    • 'the Cambridge ladies'
    • 'a man who had fallen among thieves'
    • 'next to of course god'
    • 'my sweet old etcetera'
    • 'what if a much of a which of a wind'
  • LANGSTON HUGHES, 1902-1967
    • The Weary Blues
    • Ballad of the Landlord
    • Madam and the Minister
    • Preference
    • The Negro
  • Acknowledgements

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