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245 00 Poetry for students.|nVolume 3|h[Gale EBooks electronic 
       resource] :|bpresenting analysis, context and criticism on
       commonly studied poetry /|cMarie Rose Napierkowski and 
       Mary K. Ruby, editors ; foreword by David Kelly. 
260    Detroit, Mich. :|bGale,|cc1998. 
490 0  Gale virtual reference library 
500    "ISSN 1094-7019." 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Any human to another - Countee Cullen -- A pied - Colleen 
       McElroy -- Auto wreck - Karl Shapiro -- The bells - Edgar 
       Allan Poe -- Chicago - Carl Sandburg -- The courage that 
       my mother had - Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Fern Hill - 
       Dylan Thomas -- High windows - Philip Larkin -- Hope is 
       the thing with feathers - Emily Dickinson -- Hurt hawks - 
       Robinson Jeffers -- I hear America singing - Walt Whitman 
       -- The man he killed - Thomas Hardy -- Mother to son - 
       Langston Hughes -- My papa's waltz - Theodore Roethke -- 
       Nothing gold can stay - Robert Frost -- Not waving but 
       drowning - Stevie Smith -- Ode to a nightingale - John 
       Keats -- old age sticks - e.e. cummings -- [On his 
       blindness] sonnet 16 - John Milton -- On the pulse of 
       morning - Maya Angelou -- Sonnet 116 - William Shakespeare
       -- The unknown citizen - W. H. Auden. 
520    Provides analysis of the most frequently studied poems in 
       literature courses. Each entry contains author biography 
       (if attributed), poem text, poem summary, themes, style, 
       historical context, critical overview, and criticism. 
534    |pOriginal: |exxii, 337 p. : ill., photos. ; 29 cm. 
600 10 Cullen, Countee,|d1903-1946.|tAny human to another. 
600 10 McElroy, Colleen J.|tPied. 
600 10 Shapiro, Karl,|d1913-2000.|tAuto wreck. 
600 10 Poe, Edgar Allan,|d1809-1849.|tBells. 
600 10 Sandburg, Carl,|d1878-1967.|tChicago. 
600 10 Millay, Edna St. Vincent,|d1892-1950.|tCourage that my 
       mother had. 
600 10 Thomas, Dylan,|d1914-1953.|tFern Hill. 
600 10 Larkin, Philip.|tHigh windows. 
600 10 Dickinson, Emily,|d1830-1886.|tHope is the thing with 
       feathers. 
600 10 Jeffers, Robinson,|d1887-1962.|tHurt hawks. 
600 10 Whitman, Walt,|d1819-1892.|tI hear America singing. 
600 10 Hardy, Thomas,|d1840-1928.|tMan he killed. 
600 10 Hughes, Langston,|d1902-1967.|tMother to son. 
600 10 Roethke, Theodore,|d1908-1963.|tMy papa's waltz. 
600 10 Frost, Robert,|d1874-1963.|tNothing gold can stay. 
600 10 Smith, Stevie,|d1902-1971.|tNot waving but drowning. 
600 10 Keats, John,|d1795-1821.|tOde to a nightingale. 
600 10 Cummings, E. E.|q(Edward Estlin),|d1894-1962.|tOld age 
       sticks. 
600 10 Milton, John,|d1608-1674.|tSonnet 16. 
600 10 Angelou, Maya.|tOn the pulse of morning. 
600 10 Shakespeare, William,|d1564-1616.|tSonnets.|nNo. 116. 
600 10 Auden, W. H.|q(Wystan Hugh),|d1907-1973.|tUnknown citizen.
650  0 Poetry|xStudy and teaching. 
650  0 Poetry|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Poetry, Modern|y20th century. 
700 1  Napierkowski, Marie Rose,|eeditor. 
700 1  Ruby, Mary K.,|eeditor. 
710 2  Gale Group. 
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