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Sunlight, Shadows and Stars

by Elusive Me

Elusive Me's poetry captures those feelings and emotions that we all experience throughout our lives; ranging from sadness to joy, dreamy and lofty thoughts and desires. She has the natural ability to capture...


Poetry and Identity in Quattrocento Naples

by Matteo Soranzo

Poetry and Identity in Quattrocento Naples approaches poems as acts of cultural identity and investigates how a group of authors used poetry to develop a poetic style, while also displaying their position toward...


Poetry and the Religious Imagination: The Power of the Word

by Francesca Bugliani Knox & David Lonsdale

What is the role of spiritual experience in poetry? What are the marks of a religious imagination? How close can the secular and the religious be brought together? How do poetic imagination and religious beliefs...


George Eliot, Poetess

by Wendy S. Williams

The position of George Eliot's poetry within Victorian poetry and within her own canon is crucial for an accurate picture of the writer, as Wendy S. Williams shows in her in-depth examination of Eliot's poetry...


The Blind Roadmaker

by Ian Duhig

If the starting point for a number of poems in Ian Duhig's richly varied new collection is Sterne's Tristram Shandy, its presiding genius is the great eighteenth-century civil engineer, fiddler and polymath...


Interference Pattern

by J. O. Morgan

At first, these extraordinary poems may unsettle and disturb, but the next reading could be one of rapture and astonishment; it all hinges on your point of view. Like the optical illusion of the maiden and the...


The Divine Comedy: Inferno

by Dante

ENDURING LITERATURE ILLUMINATED

BY PRACTICAL SCHOLARSHIP

The first volume of The Divine Comedy--Dante begins his downward journey through the seven circles of Hell.

EACH ENRICHED CLASSIC EDITION INCLUDES:...


Black Music, Black Poetry: Blues and Jazz's Impact on African American Versification

by Gordon E. Thompson

Black Music, Black Poetry offers readers a fuller appreciation of the diversity of approaches to reading black American poetry. It does so by linking a diverse body of poetry to musical genres that range from...


The Uneaten Carrots of Atonement

by Diane Lockward

Diane Lockward, more than any other poet now writing, exemplifies Garcia Lorca's definition of poet as the professor of the five bodily senses. She revels in sensory language, often lip-smacking language, and...


Searching for Sappho: The Lost Songs and World of the First Woman Poet

by Philip Freeman

An exploration of the fascinating poetry, life, and world of Sappho, including a complete translation of all her poems.

For more than twenty-five centuries, all that the world knew of the poems of Sappho—the...


The Catch

by Fiona Sampson

Fiona Sampson’s latest collection transforms the sensory world into an astonishingly new and vivid poetry. Here, dream and myth, creatures real and imagined, and the sights and sounds of ‘distance and of...


Ahead of Us

by Dennis Haskell

but in fact / we are as we are / together, alone, as you can see, / with elusive memories for company, /with your wisps of hair / disappearing as gently as breath. ‘After Chemo’ Ahead of Us is Dennis Haskell’s...


Parents

by Various, Myra Schneider & Dilys Wood

Parents includes poems about the writers' mothers, fathers, or both – their lives and their attitudes. Some of the poems celebrate good relationships, others explore complex or damaging ones. There are poems...


The Leave Train

by Phoebe Hesketh

Every poem in this generously thick book is beautifully achieved. She is undoubtedly one of the finest poets of our age. – Orbis


Tempest of Stars

by Jean Cocteau, David Austen & Jeremy Reed

Film-maker, novelist, artist, playwright, entrepreneur, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) regarded himself above all as a poet. No matter how diverse or prolific his creativity, he saw poetry as central to his vision...


The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde

by Audre Lorde

A complete collection—over 300 poems—from one of this country's most influential poets. "These are poems which blaze and pulse on the page."—Adrienne Rich "The first declaration of a black, lesbian feminist...


Beowulf

by Anonymous

The story of one man's triumph over a legendary monster, Beowulf marks the beginning of Anglo-Saxon literature as we know it today.

This Enriched Classic includes:

• A concise introduction that gives readers...


Beowulf

by Anonymous

The story of one man's triumph over a legendary monster, Beowulf marks the beginning of Anglo-Saxon literature as we know it today.

This Enriched Classic includes:

• A concise introduction that gives readers...


Shaler's Fish: Poems

by Helen Macdonald

Before Helen Macdonald rose to international acclaim with her "beautiful and nearly feral" (New York Times) bestselling memoir H Is for Hawk, she wrote a collection of poetry, Shaler's Fish.

In robust, lyrical...


Viability

by Sarah Vap

Selected as a Winner of the National Poetry Series by Mary Jo Bang

Sarah Vap’s sixth work of poetry, Viability is an ambitious and highly imaginative collection of prose poems that braids together several kinds...