By Carl Woodring, James Shapiro
The Columbia Anthology of British Poetry brings jointly the main impressive verse written within the British Isles over the process the previous twelve centuries, providing the best variety of poetic voices in any anthology of its kind.From Shakespeare's memorable sonnets to Keats's haunting odes to T.S. Eliot's mediations at the stipulations of contemporary existence, the gathering comprises some of the best-loved treasures of British poetry. Longer and much-celebrated poems that not often locate their method into anthologies-including Pope's "Rape of the Lock" and Coleridge's "Rime of the traditional Mariner"-claim a spot during this collection.Queen Elizabeth I, Anne Killigrew, Aphra Behn, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Felicia Hemans are between dozens of girls writers popular of their personal day and now restored to their rightful prominence. Scottish, Welsh, and Irish poets usually excluded from anthologies of British poetry are right here to boot, together with such amazing voices as girl Grisell Baillie, Robert Burns, Hugh MacDiarmid, and Seamus Heaney. the best modern poets are absolutely represented additionally, from Thom Gunn to Eavan Boland. the result's an amazingly wealthy and wide-ranging dialog between British poets that transcends the bounds of time and place.Carl Woodring and James Shapiro, the workforce students who edited The Columbia background of British Poetry, have written incisive introductions to the careers of the poets, making this the main obtainable and complete anthology of British verse in print. masking the recent and the traditional, the vintage and the rediscovered, this beneficiant quantity reimagines the horizons of British poetry.
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Ruth Harvey 23 Chaucer George D. Economou 55 Poetry in Scots: Barbour to Burns David Daiches 81 From Ballads to Betjeman Carl Woodring 110 Printing and Distribution of Poetry David McKitterick 132 Varieties of Sixteenth-Century Narrative Poetry Elizabeth Story Donno 157 Page vi Sixteenth Century Lyric Poetry Richard McCoy 179 Spenser, Sidney, Jonson Paul Alpers 203 Lyric Poetry from Donne to Philips Richard Strier 229 Milton Martin Elsky 254 Dryden and Pope Richard Feingold 274 Poetry in the Eighteenth Century Margaret Anne Doody 301 Blake Morton D.
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