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Beowulf
Anonymous
King Hrothgar of Denmark has a problem: though his land prospers, his great mead-hall is plagued nightly by a horrible beast, Grendel, that pillages and kills his men. Leaving his home in Sweden, the...
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Dante's Paradiso
Dante Alighieri
Paradiso is the third and final part of Italian poet Dante Alighieri's epic poem Divine Comedy and describes Dante's journey through heaven. He is now led by Beatrice, who joined him at the end of...
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The Aeneid
Virgil
Aeneas the son of a human and Venus, the goddess of love escapes the siege of Troy with a boat full of other Trojans, and sails for Italy where he is destined to found the city of Rome. A storm...
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The Iliad
Homer
The tenth and final year of the Trojan War comes to its climactic end in this infamous Greek epic. With the mighty Achilles brooding on the sidelines of the battle, the Greek army faces almost...
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Paradise Regained
John Milton
A companion to the epic poem Paradise Lost, John Milton's Paradise Regained describes the temptation of Christ. After Adam and Eve are expelled from the Garden of Eden, Satan and the fallen angels...
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Dante's Purgatorio
Dante Alighieri
Purgatorio is the second part of Italian poet Dante Alighieri's epic poem Divine Comedy and describes Dante's climb up the Mount of Purgatory. As in the Inferno, the Roman poet Virgil is guiding...
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Paradise Lost
John Milton
John Milton's epic poem describes the fall of humankind and the war between heaven and hell. Satan and his fellow fallen angels are jealous that God has not given them more power. They decide to take...
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The Odyssey
Homer
Odysseus, the hero of the Trojan War, longs to return home to his kingdom in Ithaca, where a horde of suitors (who believe the long-absent Odysseus to be dead) are courting his beloved wife. Odysseus...
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The Raven
Edgar Allan Poe
During a dark night in December, a man sits in his room sadly thinking about his lost love, Lenore. Suddenly, he hears a tapping on the door, but no one is there. The noise moves to the window and...
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Dante's Inferno
Dante Alighieri
Inferno is the first part of Italian poet Dante Alighieri's epic poem Divine Comedy. The allegory describes Dante's journey through the depths of Hell. He is led by the Roman poet Virgil down into...
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Leaves of Grass
Walt Whitman
In Leaves of Grass, American poet Walt Whitman assembled most of his poetic works. Included in this collection are some of Whitman's most famous poems, including "Song of Myself," "I Sing the Body...
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Small talk
Marjorie Kanter
Small talk by Marjorie Kanter is a collection of short literary or poem-like pieces, hybridities, largely based on real experience observed and/or participated in and some questions and reflections. ...
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An Emerald Hill by The Sea: Nature Poems of USM
Muhammad Haji Salleh, Md. Salleh Yaapar
"This collection of nature poems is resonant and appealing. They record lyrically the beauty of the landscape of USM campus that is just an emerald at the edge of the straits, with dense trees...
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Americas
A. Robert Lee
"This book seeks to give expression in poem and metaphor to the United States as a personally lived and engaged-with culture. A menu of sight and sound. American Studies with a difference. A. R. Lee...
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Tonight The Moon is Red
Virginia McKenna

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Early Days Yet
Allen Curnow

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The Water Stealer
Maurice Riordan

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The Bells of St Babel's
Allen Curnow

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The Goose Tree
Moyra Donaldson

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A Fool's Errand
Dermot Healy

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Midsummer
Derek Walcott

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The Glendale Bards
Meg Bateman

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Footprints of the Queen Without a Crown
Ricardo Galván Barquín
Footprints of the Queen without a Crown, represents itself, the most important poetic work in the incipient literary career of the author. Written among some unique corners of Canada and surrounding...
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The Sword in the Rose
Roberto Mendoza
So if love disarms wills and makes us happy, indifference generates sadness, let s insist on looking for a requited love. Because we are born to be happy, with that human right. This is the time in...
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Timeless Love
Roberto Mendoza
Everything starts and everything ends. Between the Alpha and Omega points of our lives we can define two stages: a growing one and a decreasing one. They are the two halves that characterize all...
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A Brief Poesy, 1989-2004
Edel Romay
Edel Romay has been enriched by his travels and friendships with literary and plastic artists as well as intellectuals in Mexico, Europe, the United States and South America. His oeuvre literary and...
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Cuando el alma escribe
Silvia Pérez
El libro que quiero presentar es un trabajo de largo plazo, siempre me he preguntado, porqué en algunos momentos de la vida las personas actuamos de forma diferente en iguales circunstancias, es por...
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T.S. Eliot & Salvador Espriu
Dídac Llorens Cubedo
Aquest llibre estudia detalladament les obres de dos poetes moderns prototípics: T. S. Eliot i Salvador Espriu. Tots dos revelen els paral·lelismes entre els contextos històrics i culturals en els...
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A Brief Poesy, 1989-2004
Edel Romay

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