The Resource 81 famous poems, (CD sound recording)

81 famous poems, (CD sound recording)

81 famous poems
81 famous poems
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  • Eighty-one famous poems
  • Audio companion to The Norton anthology of poetry, third edition, regular & shorter
A collection of 81 of the world's best loved and known poems. The readings are presented in the order they appear in "The Norton Anthology of Poetry, Third Edition". Thirty-nine major poets are included from Shakespeare, Blake, and Wordsworth to Keats, the Brownings, Whitman, Dickinson and Yeats
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Read by Alexander Scourby, Bramwell Fletcher, Nancy Wickwire
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81 famous poems, (CD sound recording)
81 famous poems, (CD sound recording)
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  • Disc 1: The cuckoo song -- Whoso list to hunt -- The nymph's reply to the shepherd -- The passionate man's pilgrimage -- Sonnet 1 from Astrophel and Stella -- The passionate shepherd to his love -- Sonnet 18 -- Sonnet 29 -- Sonnet 116 -- Sonnet 129 -- When her lute Corinna sings -- Rose-cheeked Laura -- There is a garden in her face -- "Go and catch a falling star" -- The sun rising -- "Death be not proud" -- Song: to Celia -- The argument of his book -- Delight in disorder -- To the virgins, to make much of time -- Upon Julia's clothes -- The collar -- The pulley -- Love (III) -- When I consider how my light is spent -- "Why so pale and wan, fond lover?" -- Out upon it! -- To Althea, from prison -- To his coy mistress -- The definition of love -- The retreat -- A song for St. Cecilia's Day -- Elegy written in a country churchyard -- From Poetical sketches: Song -- From Songs of innocence: Introduction -- The lamb -- The tyger -- To a mouse -- A red, red rose -- She dwelt among the untrodden ways -- Composed upon Westminster Bridge -- My heart leaps up -- The world is too much with us -- Kubla Khan
  • Disc 2: She walks in beauty -- When we two parted -- Ozymandias -- Ode to the West Wind -- To a skylark -- Adonais -- On first looking into Chapman's Homer -- Ode on a Grecian urn -- Bright star -- Concord hymn -- The rhodora -- Sonnets from the Portuguese: 1, 43 -- To Helen -- The city in the sea -- Annabel Lee -- Break, break, break -- Songs from The princess: The Splendor Falls -- Tears, idle tears -- Now sleeps the crimson petal -- The eagle -- Crossing the bar -- My last duchess -- Home-thoughts, from abraod -- Song of myself -- O captain! my captain! -- Dover Beach --"The soul selects her own society" -- "A narrow fellow in the grass" -- Up-hill -- The garden of Proserpine -- The darkling thrush -- Pied beauty -- Loveliest of trees, the cherry now -- With rue my heart is laden -- The lake isle of Innisfree -- The wild swans at Coole
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4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
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2 sound discs (2 hr. 22 min.)
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  • 20382
  • 20382A
  • 20382B
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