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Revised Edition of Poems   By: (1836-1897)

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The Revised Edition of Poems by Unknown is a captivating collection of verses that takes readers on an introspective journey through the intricacies of the human experience. With a sense of mystery surrounding the author, this compilation raises questions about identity and the power of expression.

The anthology showcases a wide range of themes, seamlessly transitioning from love and heartbreak to existential contemplations and societal observations. The poems explore the depths of emotion, offering readers a glimpse into the complex tapestry of human relationships, desires, and vulnerabilities.

One of the notable aspects of this revised edition is the enhancement of the linguistic and rhythmic qualities of the poems. The careful revision work has infused new life into the verses, ensuring a fluid and lyrical reading experience. The imagery employed in each piece transports the reader to vivid landscapes and creates a palpable atmosphere, leaving a lasting imprint on the minds of those who delve into these verses.

Furthermore, the collection's timeless themes and universal messages make it highly relatable and accessible to a wide range of readers. Whether reflecting on unconditional love or contemplating the fleeting nature of life, the verses resonate deeply, evoking a sense of nostalgia or a new perspective on familiar experiences.

However, the absence of information about the author's identity may leave readers craving a contextual framework to better understand the intended meanings behind the poems. While this enigmatic nature adds an air of intrigue, it can also leave some readers longing for a deeper connection with the author's intentions.

Overall, the Revised Edition of Poems by Unknown is a thought-provoking anthology that showcases the rich tapestry of human emotions and experiences. It successfully captivates and engages readers with its evocative language, vivid imagery, and introspective themes. While it may leave some questions unanswered, the verses provide an opportunity for personal introspection and interpretation, making it a delightful and compelling read for poetry enthusiasts of all backgrounds.

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REVISED EDITION OF POEMS

BY Bill o’th’ Hoylus End.

PRICE TWO SHILLINGS.

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN OVEREND, COOK LANE, KEIGHLEY. 1891.

[Picture: Picture of Bill o’ the Hoylus End]

PREFACE

The Author respectfully submits to the general public of his native town and district, this volume of poems, containing some of the chief results of his musings for the past thirty years. He hopes that the volume, which is in reality the production of a life time, will in many ways be deemed worthy of the kind and courteous approbation of his numerous patrons and friends, as well as the indulgence of literary critics.

In launching forth the work, the Author begs to tender to his patrons and the public generally, his most sincere and hearty thanks for the assistance they have ever rendered him so as to enable him to acquire the necessary leisure for the cultivation of his muse. The result now achieved is not the comprehensive collection of the efforts of the author, but it may he taken as a selection and a representation of his more generally interesting productions from time to time... Continue reading book >>




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