The Poet's Craft: A Course in the Critical Appreciation of Poetry Based on the Study of Holograph Manuscripts, Earlier and Later Versions of Printed Poems, Transpositions of Prose Into Verse, and Contrasted Translations, With a Selection of Unsigned Poems and Passages for Appreciation

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University Press, 1957 - English poetry - 219 pages

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Contents

GEORGE CRABBE Jane Adair
12
Beautys Bloom
22
ROBERT HERRICK To Anthea page
53
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH The Daffodils
60
JOHN KEATS from Hyperion
70
From SIR THOMAS NORTHs
81
From BOCCACCIOs Decameron
87
HOMER Iliad viii 54261
101
VIRGIL Aeneid vi 269294
113
DANTE Paradiso Canto XXXIII 97145
124
POEMS FOR APPRECIATION
131
Texts of the poems of Section IV
207
Notes on the Manuscript Poems of Section I
216
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