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Swinburne: Everyman's Poetry

by Algernon Charles Swinburne

The last of the Romantics, Swinburne's poems took the public by storm, intoxicated by their rhythms and shocked by his lack of restraint.


John Skelton: Everyman's Poetry

by John Skelton

Skelton is probably the greatest unknown poet of English literature. The outspoken tutor of the future Henry VIII, Skelton was an idiosyncratic genius whose poetry defies rules and boundaries.


Lord Rochester: Everyman's Poetry

by John Wilmot

The archetypal Restoration rake, Rochester wrote poems of love, debauchery, erotic obsession and impotence full of honesty and raw power.


Walter Ralegh: Everyman's Poetry

by Walter Ralegh

A selection of Sir Walter Ralegh's poetry, edited by Martin Dodsworth


Alexander Pope: Everyman's Poetry

by Alexander Pope

Chief satirist of the Augustan age, as seen in The rape of the Lock, Pope spoke out against society and his profession, in poetry of bitter invective and biting humour.


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Everyman's Poetry

by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

One of America's best loved poets, Longfellow drew on his own experience of domestic tragedy to produce some of the most moving and honest poems ever written.


Rudyard Kipling: Everyman's Poetry

by Rudyard Kipling

Includes the ever popular "If", along with the best of Kipling's powerful, fluent poetry.


Thomas Hardy: Everyman's Poetry

by Thomas Hardy

Both major novelist and major poet, with a distinctive off-beat and intensely personal style, Hardy is a modern writer born out of his time.


John Donne: Everyman's Poetry

by John Donne

The best of John Donne's poems

John Donne (1572-1631) was born into a Catholic family and studied law before sailing with Essex to attack Cadiz in 1596. He was appointed secretary to Sir Thomas Egerton, the Lord...


George Crabbe: Everyman's Poetry

by George Crabbe

A selection of poems by George Crabbe, edited by Stephen Derry


William Cowper: Everyman's Poetry

by William Cowper

A selection of poems by William Cowper, edited by Michael Bruce


Coleridge: Everyman's Poetry: Everyman's Poetry

by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

The best of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poems in a beautiful new gift edition

Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) was educated at Christ's Hospital, London and Jesus College, Cambridge. Close collaboration with...


Arthur Hugh Clough: Everyman's Poetry

by Arthur Hugh Clough

Poems of religious doubt and closely-observed uncertainties, expressing the wants and feelings of man and women everywhere.


Lord Byron: Everyman's Poetry

by George Byron

A selection of poetry by Lord Byron, a poet considered amongst the most treasured and influential in English literature.

The poet George Gordon Byron, commonly known as Lord Byron, was a leading figure of the...


William Blake: Everyman's Poetry

by William Blake

The full range of Blakes Romantic poetry-joyful and sorrowful, childlike and complex-illustrating his original and prophetic vision.


Stevenson: Everyman's Poetry

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Poems for children, ballards for his friends in the South Seas, poetic tales of Scotland - a selection of the poetry Stevenson wrote all his life.


The Book of Humorous Verse

by Various & Carolyn Wells

Think all poetry is depressing, somber, and difficult to comprehend? If so, The Book of Humorous Verse is here to set you straight. This collection of witty sonnets, odes, and limericks is the perfect way to...


Songs of Travel: And Other Verses

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Sidney Colvin

Wanderlust, unfettered freedom, and the eternal allure of the open road -- these are the themes that surface time and time again in Robert Louis Stevenson's charming 1896 book of verse, Songs of Travel. Fans...


I Was the Jukebox: Poems

by Sandra Beasley

“[Beasley’s] lightness works best when it dapples her darkness—and when her darkness, as it often does, feels truly deep.”—Abigail Deutsch, Poetry The winner of the 2009 Barnard Women Poets Prize—“These...


The Lady in Kicking Horse Reservoir: Poems

by Richard Hugo

"Richard Hugo's concern is the unenviable, the unvisited, even the uninviting, which he must invest with his own deprivations, his own private war. The distinctiveness of impulse int he language, the movement...