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Cunningham, Valentine

Victorian Poetry

€ 43.64

This volume distils into two hundred pages some of the most influential poetry of the Victorian period.

  • Distils into one volume the key poems of the Victorian era.
  • Organised chronologically, allowing readers to perceive continuities and changes through the century.

    Taal / Language : English

    Series Editor s Preface.

    Introduction (Duncan Wu).

    1. Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 61).

    Sonnets from the Portuguese (extracts).

    From Aurora Leigh: First Book. .

    2. Alfred (Lord) Tennyson (1809 92). .


    The Lady of Shalott.


    Morte d Arthur.

    Break, Break, Break .

    From The Princess; A Medley.

    From In Memoriam A.H.H.

    The Charge of the Light Brigade.

    From Maud.

    I ( I hate the dreadful hollow behind the little wood ).

    XXII ( Come into the garden, Maud ).

    Crossing the Bar. .

    3. Robert Browning (1812 89).

    My Last Duchess.

    The Lost Leader.

    Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister.

    Porphyria s Lover.

    Home Thoughts, from Abroad.

    The Bishop Orders his Tomb at Saint Praxed s Church.

    Meeting at Night.

    Parting at Morning.

    Love Among the Ruins.

    Fra Lippo Lippi.

    A Toccata of Galuppi s.

    `Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came .


    Andrea del Sarto.

    Two in the Campagna.

    A Grammarian s Funeral.

    Never the Time and the Place. .

    4. Emily (Jane) Brontë (1818 48).

    What winter floods, what showers of spring .

    Long neglect has worn away .

    The night is darkening round me .

    All hushed and still within the house .

    O Dream, where art thou now? .

    How still, how happy! those are words .

    Mild the mist upon the hill .

    Come, walk with me .

    To Imagination.

    Remembrance ( R. Alcona to J. Brenzaida ).

    Julian M. and A. G. Rochelle ( The Prisoner ).

    No coward soul is mine . .

    5. Arthur Hugh Clough (1819 61).

    Say not the struggle naught availeth .

    That there are powers above us I admit . .

    6. Matthew Arnold (1822 88).

    To Marguerite in Returning a Volume of the Letters of Ortis.

    Self Dependence.

    Dover Beach.

    The Scholar Gipsy. .

    7. Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828 82).

    The Blessed Damozel.

    From The House of Life: A Sonnet Sequence.

    Part I: Youth and Change.

    Sonnet VI: The Kiss.

    Sonnet VII: Supreme Surrender.

    Sonnet XI: The Love Letter.

    Sonnet XXVI: Mid Rapture.

    Sonnet LIII: Without Her.

    Sonnet LIV: Love s Fatality.

    Part II: Change and Fate.

    Sonnet LXIX: Autumn Idleness.

    Sonnet LXXVII: Soul s Beauty.

    Sonnet LXXVIII: Body s Beauty.

    Sonnet LXXXI: Memorial Thresholds.

    Sonnet LXXXII: Hoarded Joy.

    Sonnet XCVII: A Superscription.

    Sonnet CI: The One Hope.

    Nuptial Sleep.

    Found (For a Picture). .

    8. Christina G. Rossetti (1830 94).


    Goblin Market. .

    9. Thomas Hardy (1840 1928):.

    Neutral Tones.

    Nature s Questioning.

    The Impericipeint.

    In aEweleaze near Weatherbury.

    `I look into my glass .

    A Broken Appointment.

    The Darkling Thrush.

    The Self Unseeing..

    10. Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844 89).

    The Wreck of the Deutschland.

    God s Grandeur.

    The Windhover.

    Pied Beauty.

    Binsey Poplars.

    Felix Randal.

    As Kingfishers Catch Fire .

    Spelt from Sibyl s Leaves.

    Thou art indeed just, Lord . .

    11. A. E. Housman (1859 1936).

    From A Shropshire Lad.

    From Last Poems. .

    12. William Butler Yeats (1865 1939).

    The Stolen Child.

    Down by the Salley Gardens.

    The Rose of the World.

    The Lake Isle of Innisfree.

    When You Are Old.

    Who Goes with Fergus?.

    The Lamentation of the Old Pensioner.

    The Song of Wandering Aengus.

    He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven.

    Adam s Curse.

    Red Hanrahans s Song about Ireland..

    Index of Titles and First Lines.
    Extra informatie: 
    Paperback / softback
    200 pagina's
    Januari 2002
    222 gram
    216 x 122 x 16 mm
    Wiley-Blackwell us

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