Poetry from statement to meaning / Jerome Beaty [and] William H. Matchett.

; Matchett, William H., 1923- author
New York : Oxford University Press, 1965.

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Other Authors Matchett, William H., 1923-
Subjects Englisch.
Lyriktheorie.
Poetics.
Poetry.
Poésie -- Histoire et critique.
Description 353 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents A poem to His Majesty / Joseph Addison -- A decrepit old gasman named Peter / Anonymous -- Deck the halls / Anonymous -- Edward / Anonymous -- There is a lady sweet and kind / Anonymous -- There was an old person of Tring / Anonymous -- Western wind / Anonymous -- Dover Beach / Matthew Arnold -- Philomela / Matthew Arnold -- Sohrab and Rustum / Matthew Arnold -- Lay your sleeping head, my love / Wystan Hugh Auden -- The tyger / William Blake -- Women / Louise Bogan -- Eros and Psyche / Robert Bridges -- London snow / Robert Bridges -- Nightingales / Robert Bridges -- My last Duchess / Robert Browning -- O wert thou in the cauld blast / Robert Burns -- Don Juan / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- She walks in beauty / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- Rose-cheekt Laura / Thomas Campion -- There is a garden in her face / Thomas Campion -- Jabberwocky / Lewis Carroll -- How the helpmate of Bluebeard ... / Guy Wetmore Carryl -- Nona Domenica Garnaro / John Ciardi -- The sofa / William Cowper -- My sweet old etcetera / E.E. Cummings -- After great pain a formal feeling comes / Emily Dickinson -- Belshazzar had a letter / Emily Dickinson -- The spider holds a silver ball / Emily Dickinson -- A valediction: forbidding mourning / John Donne -- Death be not proud / John Donne -- The flea / John Donne -- Since ther's no helpe / Michael Drayton -- Burnt Norton / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- East Coker, section IV / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- The waste land / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- The Rhodora / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / Robert Frost -- The bear / Robert Frost -- The Pirates of Penzance / W.S. Gilbert -- Mustapha / Fulke Greville -- The darkling thrush / Thomas Hardy -- The altar / George Herbert -- The flower / George Herbert -- To daffadills / Robert Herrick -- The Baltimore oriole / Thomas Wentworth Higginson -- Iliad / Homer -- Odyssey / Homer -- The death bed / Thomas Hood -- Carrion comfort / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Spring / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Spring and Fall / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Hell gate / A.E. Housman -- Loveliest of trees / A.E. Housman -- To an athlete dying young / A.E. Housman -- On parent knees / Sir William Jones -- Doe but looke on her eyes / Ben Jonson -- To heaven / Ben Jonson -- Ode to a nightingale / John Keats -- On first looking into Chapman's Homer / John Keats -- Sestina of the Tramp Royal / Rudyard Kipling -- The waltzer in the house / Stanley Kunitz -- The vision of Piers Plowman / William Langland -- Cupid and my campaspe play's / John Lyly -- Not marble nor the gilded monuments / Archibald MacLeish -- Bagpipe music / Louis MacNeice -- The sunlight on the garden / Louis MacNeice -- The passionate sheepheard to his love / Christopher Marlowe -- A dialogue between the soul and the body / Andrew Marvell -- To his coy mistress / Andrew Marvell -- On his blindness / John Milton -- Paradise lost / John Milton -- The mind is an enchanting thing / Marianne Moore -- I serve a mistres whiter than the snowe / Anthony Munday -- This is going to hurt just a little bit / Ogden Nash -- Spring, the sweete spring / Thomas Nashe -- Dulce et decorum est / Wilfred Owen -- The sleeper / Edgar Allan Poe -- To Helen / Edgar Allan Poe -- Epistle II: of the characters of women / Alexander Pope -- Illiad / Alexander Pope -- Odyssey / Alexander Pope -- The Dunciad / Alexander Pope -- The bathtub / Ezra Pound -- If wine and musick have the pow'r / Matthew Prior -- He cometh forth like a flower ... / Francis Quarles -- Hos ego versiculor / Francis Quarles -- Lessons of the war / Henry Reed -- How Annandale went out / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Richard Cory / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- My papa's waltz / Theodore Roethke -- A birthday / Christina Rossetti -- Dorinda / Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset -- Full fadom five / William Shakespeare -- King John / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 87 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 130 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 146 / William Shakespeare -- The rape of Lucrece / William Shakespeare -- The cloud / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Epithalamion / Edmund Spenser -- Lyke as a huntsman / Edmund Spenser -- A postcard from the volcano / Wallace Stevens -- When hounds of spring / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- In memoriam, section XV / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Maud / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- The lotos eaters / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas -- The castle of indolence / James Thomson -- Blue is the smoke of war / Tu Fu -- Passing the night in a pavilion by the river / Tu Fu -- Call for the robin-red-breast and the wren / John Webster -- Snow bound / John Greenleaf Whittier -- Time and death / William Henry Whitworth -- Mind / Richard Wilbur -- The red wheelbarrow / William Carlos Williams -- Composed upon Westminster Bridge / William Wordsworth -- She was a phantom of delight / William Wordsworth -- The world is too much with us / William Wordsworth -- To the cuckoo / William Wordsworth -- Lapis Lazuli / William Butler Yeats.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)328505
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WorldCat Identities Beaty, Jerome, 1924-
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