A Book of Love Poetry

Forside
Jon Stallworthy
OUP USA, 11. des. 1986 - 393 sider
From the civilization of the Lower Nile to that of the Lower Hudson, more poets have written more convincingly, more poignantly about love than about any other subject. Jon Stallworthy has here selected some of the most moving, funny, shameless, and erotic love poems in the English language. Representing the work of more than 190 poets, from Sappho to Byron and Browning, from Rossetti to Wordsworth and E.E. Cummings, he offers a startling collection of love poetry down through the ages. Arranged thematically, beginning with the first drawings of young love and ending with the "long look back" of the aged, and revealing love in all its different aspects and perversities, this anthology demonstrates vividly man's changeless responses to the changing seasons of the heart. "Stallworthy's book of love poetry, ranging across more than twenty centuries of writing about love 'till the stars have run away' establishes beyond the eye-shadow of a doubt that love is, has been and always will be blind."—Christian Science Monitor "A very thorough job...eccentric and entertaining."—Times Literary Supplement (London)
 

Hva folk mener - Skriv en omtale

LibraryThing Review

Brukerevaluering  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

Meh. I'm sure this says something about me, but the most interesting poems in here were in the "Aberrations" section. Les hele vurderingen

Innhold

Introduction
19
EzRA Pound Commission
29
W B Yeats Brown Penny
36
AustiN CLAR ke Penal Law
44
Christ INA Rossetti The First Day
51
A Sort of Love
55
Lord Byron She Walks in Beauty
61
EDMUND SPENser Iambicum Trimetrum
67
H LAw RE Nce Intimates
217
Walter SAvAGE LANDor You smiled you spoke
218
Anon Walking in a meadow green
225
Robe RT BURNs A Red Red Rose
231
Robert Brown ING The Lost Mistress
238
John Gay Sweet Williams Farewell to Blackeyed
244
HA Rold Mon Ro The Terrible Door
248
Alexander Pope Epistle to Miss Blount on
254

Robert HERRick To the Virgins to Make Much
75
Andrew Marvell To His Coy Mistress
82
John Keats This living hand now warm and capable
88
Chapter 2
97
DANTE GABRIEl Rossetti Sudden Light
102
Robert BRow NING from In a Gondola
108
Theodore Roet H K E She I 13
114
she gave II 8
120
EDM UND SPENser Epithalamion I2 I
135
Richard BRINsley She RIDAN The Geranium
139
CAtullus Phyllis Corydon clutched to him
145
WILLIAM DAve NANT Under the WillowShades I 52
156
John HeathStubbs The Unpredicted
162
Robert Creeley The
167
Synce Dread
175
Theodore Roethke I Knew a Woman
181
Pious Selinda goes
189
SIR John HARINGton Of an Heroical Answer of
190
THoMAs HARDy The Ruined Maid
196
Ezra Pound The Temperaments
202
A E Hous MAN Oh when I was in love with you 2 II
211
LADY HE GURI A thousand years you said
260
Your love is dead lady your
266
SIR HENRY Wotton Upon the Death of Sir Albert
272
AND Rew MARvell The Definition of Love
278
DoNAld Justice In Bertrams Garden
284
A E Hous MAN When I was oneandtwenty
292
WILLIAM Blake The Sick Rose
294
Louis MacNeice Les Sylphides
301
Robert Graves Call It a Good Marriage
307
W B YEATs When You Are Old
315
Alexan DER Scott A Rondel of Love
320
W B Yeats Crazy Jane Talks with the Bishop
328
N MoR can Strawberries
334
WILLIAM SoutAR The Trysting Place
340
SIR Thomas WYATT Remembrance
347
Rob ERT Lowell The Old Flame
353
EDGAR ALLAN Poe To One in Paradise
360
WALTER SAvAGE LANDoR Rose Aylmer
367
Christina Rossetti Echo
368
Index of Titles and First Lines
379
Opphavsrett

Andre utgaver - Vis alle

Vanlige uttrykk og setninger

Referanser til denne boken

Om forfatteren (1986)

Jon Stallworthy is at Oxford University.

Bibliografisk informasjon