Books Should Be Free
Loyal Books
Free Public Domain Audiobooks & eBook Downloads
Search by: Title, Author or Keyword

Orpheus and Other Poems

Book cover
By: (1857-1895)

Orpheus and Other Poems by Edward Burrough Brownlow is a collection of beautifully crafted poems that explore themes of love, loss, and the complexities of human emotions. The language used in these poems is rich and evocative, drawing the reader into a world of vivid imagery and deep emotions. Brownlow's mastery of language and his ability to capture the essence of human experience make this collection a truly compelling read.

One of the standout poems in this collection is "Orpheus," which retells the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and his doomed love for Eurydice. In this poem, Brownlow skillfully weaves together elements of mythology and personal reflection to create a moving and powerful narrative. The myth of Orpheus serves as a rich source of inspiration for Brownlow, allowing him to explore themes of love, loss, and the power of art to transcend the boundaries of mortality.

Overall, Orpheus and Other Poems is a thought-provoking and beautifully written collection that will resonate with readers who appreciate poetry that delves deep into the complexities of human experience. Edward Burrough Brownlow's poetic voice is both unique and powerful, making this collection a must-read for fans of poetry.

Book Description:
This is a volume of poetry by the rather obscure Canadian poet Edward Burrough Brownlow, published posthumously after his death in 1896. The poems in this volume have varied subjects, reflecting the interests of the poet. - Summary by Carolin

Stream audiobook and download chapters

Review this book

Popular Genres
More Genres
Paid Books