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By: Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864)

Book cover Gebir

By: James Parton (1822-1891)

Book cover The Humorous Poetry of the English Language; from Chaucer to Saxe

By: Hurlothrumbo

Book cover The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany Parts 2, 3 and 4
Book cover The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany. Part 1

By: Felix Leigh

Book cover London Town

By: Phillis Wheatley (1753-1784)

Book cover Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral

Phillis Wheatley was the first African-American to publish a book of poetry in 1773. Born in West Africa, she was sold into slavery at age seven, and bought by a wealthy Massachusetts family who taught her to read and write. Her extraordinary literary gifts led to the publication of her "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral," and to her eventual emancipation by her owners. Although some of the poems demonstrate an apparent acceptance of the racist values of the white slave-owning classes (which viewed Africans as savage), Wheatley's considerable talents simultaneously contradicted these stereotypes.

By: James Elroy Flecker (1884-1915)

Book cover Forty-Two Poems

This is a collection of poems by James Elroy Flecker.

By: L. P. Hubbard (?-?)

Book cover Little Book for a Little Cook

This charming little book compiles together a number of recipes, set out in an easy to understand manner, along with a poetic story about the stages of bread production. This book was produced as a promotional for a flour production company called Pillsbury. This is a "modern" update compared to the original edition of the book. This version has exact oven temperature settings for each recipe included in a preface for the book, along with more precise suggestions for the baking time. The book has been written for children, however I am certain that adults could enjoy the book equally as much as a child would.

By: Mark Lemon (1809-1870)

Book cover How to Make a Man of Consequence

Mark Lemon had a natural talent for journalism and the stage, and, at twenty-six, retired from less congenial business to devote himself to the writing of plays. More than sixty of his melodramas, operettas and comedies were produced in London, whilst at the same time he was contributing to a wide variety of magazines and newspapers, and was founding editor of both Punch and The Field.

By: Elva S. Smith

Book cover Christmas in Legend and Story A Book for Boys and Girls

By: Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949)

Book cover Golden Threshold

Sarojini Naidu was a remarkable woman. Known as the Nightingale of India, she started writing at the age of thirteen and throughout her life composed several volumes of poetry, writing many poems which are still famous to this day. As well as being a poet, Naidu was an activist and politician, campaigning for Indian independence and became the first Indian woman to attain the post of President of the Indian National Congress. This volume contains the beautiful 'Indian Love-Song', as well as many other moving verses...

By: Joseph Knight (1845-)

Book cover Pipe and Pouch The Smoker's Own Book of Poetry

By: Richard Barnfield (1574-1627)

Book cover The Affectionate Shepherd

By: Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson (1875-1935)

Book cover Violets and Other Tales

By: David Lester Richardson (1801-1865)

Book cover Flowers and Flower-Gardens With an Appendix of Practical Instructions and Useful Information Respecting the Anglo-Indian Flower-Garden

By: Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)

Book cover Kept for the Master's Use

The memoirs of Frances Ridley Havergal, a great missionary and hymn writer.

Book cover Coming to the King

A collection of poems by Frances Ridley Havergal and others, all describing different aspects of our walk with God, from 'Coming to the King' to 'Under the Shadow.'

By: Emma Lazarus (1849-1887)

Book cover The Poems of Emma Lazarus, Volume 1

By: Alan Seeger (1888-1916)

Book cover Poems

By: Cale Young Rice (1872-1943)

Book cover Many Gods
Book cover Nirvana Days

By: Stephen Hawes (-1523)

Book cover A Ioyfull medytacyon to all Englonde of the coronacyon of our moost naturall souerayne lorde kynge Henry the eyght (A Joyful Meditation of the Coronation of King Henry the Eighth)
Book cover The Example of Vertu The Example of Virtue
Book cover The cõforte of louers The Comfort of Lovers
Book cover The Conuercyon of swerers (The Conversion of Swearers)

By: George Herbert Clarke (1873-1953)

Book cover A Treasury of War Poetry British and American Poems of the World War 1914-1917

By: Sidney Lanier (1842-1881)

Book cover The Song of the Chattahoochee.

Sidney Clopton Lanier was an American musician, poet and author. He served in the Confederate army, worked on a blockade running ship for which he was imprisoned (resulting in his catching tuberculosis), taught, worked at a hotel where he gave musical performances, was a church organist, and worked as a lawyer. As a poet he used dialects. He became a flautist and sold poems to publications. He eventually became a university professor and is known for his adaptation of musical meter to poetry. Many schools, other structures and two lakes are named for him.

Book cover My Springs

LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of My Springs by Sidney Lanier. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for April 7th, 2013. This rather lovely poem is the poet's tribute to his wife's eyes.

By: Charles A. Gunnison (1861-1897)

Book cover In Macao

By: Henry Abbey (1842-1911)

Book cover Stories in Verse

By: George Puttenham (-1590)

Book cover The Arte of English Poesie

By: Thomas Hood (1799-1845)

Book cover Workhouse Clock

There were scarcely any events in the life of Thomas Hood. One condition there was of too potent determining importance—life-long ill health; and one circumstance of moment—a commercial failure, and consequent expatriation. Beyond this, little presents itself for record in the outward facts of this upright and beneficial career, bright with genius and coruscating with wit, dark with the lengthening and deepening shadow of death.

By: Henry John Newbolt (1862-1938)

Book cover Poems: New and Old

By: Maria J. Moss

Book cover A Poetical Cook-Book

By: George Colman (1762-1836)

Book cover Broad Grins Comprising, With New Additional Tales in Verse, Those Formerly Publish'd Under the Title "My Night-Gown and Slippers."

By: William Barksted (fl. 1611)

Book cover Seven Minor Epics of the English Renaissance (1596-1624)

By: Richard Morris (1833-1894)

Book cover Early English Alliterative Poems in the West-Midland Dialect of the Fourteenth Century

By: Jessie Duncan [Translator] Westbrook

Book cover Hindustani Lyrics

By: Laurence Hope (1865-1904)

Book cover Hira-Singh's Farewell to Burmah

Adela Florence Nicolson was an English poet who wrote under the pseudonym Laurence Hope. She was born in England and joined her father in 1881, who was employed in the British Army at Lahore (The traditional capital of Punjab for a millennium, Lahore was the cultural centre of the northern Indian subcontinent which extends from the eastern banks of the Indus River to New Delhi.) Her father was editor of the Lahore arm of The Civil and Military Gazette, and it was he who in all probability gave Rudyard Kipling (a contemporary of his daughter) his first employment as a journalist...

By: Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski (1595-1640)

Book cover The Odes of Casimire, Translated by G. Hils

By: Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861)

Book cover Amours De Voyage

By: Henry Hart Milman (1791-1868)

Book cover Nala and Damayanti and Other Poems

By: John Lydgate (1370?-1451?)

Book cover The Temple of Glass

By: Thomas Burke (1886-1945)

Book cover Song Book of Quong Lee of Limehouse

By: Adelaide Anne Procter (1825-1864)

Book cover Three Rulers

Adelaide Anne Procter was an English poet and philanthropist. She worked prominently on behalf of unemployed women and the homeless, and was actively involved with feminist groups and journals. She became unhealthy, possibly due to her charity work, and died of tuberculosis at the age of 38. Procter's literary career began when she was a teenager; her poems were primarily published in Charles Dickens's periodicals Household Words and All the Year Round and later published in book form. Her charity work and her conversion to Roman Catholicism appear to have strongly influenced her poetry, which deals most commonly with such subjects as homelessness, poverty, and fallen women...

Book cover Legends and Lyrics Part 2

By: Olive Tilford Dargan (1869-1968)

Book cover Path Flower and Other Verses

By: Samuel Daniel (1562-1619)

Book cover Elizabethan Sonnet-Cycles Delia - Diana

By: Léonce Rabillon (1814-1886)

Book cover La Chanson de Roland : Translated from the Seventh Edition of Léon Gautier

By: Adam Lindsay Gordon (1833-1870)

Book cover Song of Autumn

Adam Lindsay Gordon was an Australian poet, jockey and politician.

By: Charles Moreton

Book cover The Maid and the Magpie An Interesting Tale Founded on Facts

By: Edward Dyson (1865-1931)

Book cover 'Hello, Soldier!' Khaki Verse

By: William J. Lampton (1851-1917)

Book cover Flag and the Faithful

LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of The Flag and the Faithful by William J. Lampton. This was the Weekly Poetry project for January 20, 2013.William J. Lampton was the second cousin of Jane Clemens (the youngest of the three daughters of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name Mark Twain.)He launched his jounalist carreer in 1877 by starting the Ashland (Kentucky) Weekly Review, with his father’s money. Lampton wrote several book, as well as humorous poems he called 'yawps'. These were printed in the New York Sun and published in Yawps and Other Things ca. 1900.

By: J. L. B.

Book cover The Butterfly's Funeral A Sequel to the Butterfly's Ball and Grasshopper's Feast

By: DuBose Heyward (1885-1940)

Carolina Chansons: Legends of the Low Country by DuBose Heyward Carolina Chansons: Legends of the Low Country

This is a collection of poems about Charleston and the South Carolina Lowcountry. DuBose Heyward was a Charleston native best known for his novel Porgy, which was the basis for the Gershwin opera Porgy and Bess. Hervey Allen, who later wrote Anthony Adverse, met Heyward after moving to Charleston to teach. Together they founded the Poetry Society of South Carolina, which is still active today.

By: Johan Olof Wallin (1779-1839)

Book cover The Angel of Death

By: Joseph Rodman Drake (1795-1820)

Book cover Culprit Fay and Other Poems

A collection, The Culprit Fay and Other Poems, was published posthumously by his daughter in 1835. His best-known poems are the long title-poem of that collection and the patriotic "The American Flag" which was set as a cantata for two soloists, choir and orchestra by the Czech composer Antonin Dvořák in 1892-93, as his Op. 102. In the early part of the 19th Century both Drake and his friend Halleck were widely hailed by Americans as among the leading literary personalities and talents produced by this country...

By: Dhan Gopal Mukerji (1890-1936)

Book cover Sandhya Songs of Twilight

By: Austin Dobson (1840-1921)

Book cover Collected Poems In Two Volumes, Vol. II

MANUAL OF SURGERY, OXFORD MEDICAL PUBLICATIONSBY ALEXIS THOMSON, F.R.C.S.Ed.PREFACE TO SIXTH EDITION Much has happened since this Manual was last revised, and many surgical lessons have been learned in the hard school of war. Some may yet have to be unlearned, and others have but little bearing on the problems presented to the civilian surgeon. Save in its broadest principles, the surgery of warfare is a thing apart from the general surgery of civil life, and the exhaustive literature now available on every aspect of it makes it unnecessary that it should receive detailed consideration in a manual for students...

By: Unknown

Book cover Fall of the Nibelungs

"The Fall of the Nibelungs" is Margaret Armour's plain prose translation from the middle high German of the "Nibelungenlied", a poetic saga of uncertain authorship written about the year 1200. The story is believed by many to be based on the destruction of the Burgundians, a Germanic tribe, in 436 by mercenary Huns recruited for the task by the Roman general Flavius Aëtius. The introduction to the 1908 edition summarizes the story, "And so 'the discord of two women,' to quote Carlyle, 'is as a little...

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