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245 00 Poetry for students.|nVolume 17|h[Gale EBooks electronic 
       resource] :|bpresenting analysis, context and criticism on
       commonly studied poetry /|cDavid Galens, project editor ; 
       foreword by David Kelly. 
264  1 Detroit, Mich. :|bGale,|c[2003] 
264  4 |c©2003 
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490 0  Gale virtual reference library 
500    "ISSN 1094-7019." 
500    Each entry contains author biography (if attributed), poem
       text, poem summary, themes, style, historical context, 
       critical overview, and criticism. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  The arsenal at Springfield - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
       La belle dame sans merci - John Keats -- The blue rim of 
       memory - Denise Levertov -- The cobweb - Raymond Carver --
       Driving to town late to mail a letter - Robert Bly -- 
       Early in the morning - Li-Young Lee -- For Jennifer, 6, on
       the Teton - Richard Hugo -- Having it out with melancholy 
       - Jane Kenyon -- I go back to May 1937 - Sharon Olds -- 
       Knoxville, Tennessee - Nikki Giovanni -- Mind - Jorie 
       Graham -- On his having arrived at the age of twenty-three
       - John Milton -- Poetry - Marianne Moore -- The Rhodora - 
       Ralph Waldo Emerson -- The singer's house - Seamus Heaney 
       -- Wild swans - Edna St. Vincent Millay. 
506    For reference use only; cannot be checked out. 
520    Provides analysis of the most frequently studied poems in 
       literature courses. Contains author biography (if 
       attributed), poem text, poem summary, themes, style, 
       historical context, critical overview, and criticism. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mi :|cGale.
       |nAvailable via World Wide Web. 
534    |pOriginal: |exx, 271 p. : ill., photos. ; 29 cm. 
538    Mode of access: Internet. 
600 10 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,|d1807-1882.|tArsenal at 
       Springfield. 
600 10 Keats, John,|d1795-1821.|tBelle dame sans merci. 
600 10 Levertov, Denise,|d1923-1997.|tBlue rim of memory. 
600 10 Carver, Raymond,|d1938-1988.|tCobweb. 
600 10 Bly, Robert.|tDriving to town late to mail a letter. 
600 10 Lee, Li-Young,|d1957-|tEarly in the morning. 
600 10 Hugo, Richard,|d1923-1982.|tFor Jennifer, 6, on the Teton.
600 10 Kenyon, Jane.|tHaving it out with melancholy. 
600 10 Olds, Sharon.|tI go back to May 1937. 
600 10 Giovanni, Nikki.|tKnoxville, Tennessee. 
600 10 Graham, Jorie,|d1950-|tMind. 
600 10 Milton, John,|d1608-1674.|tOn his having arrived at the 
       age of twenty-three. 
600 10 Moore, Marianne,|d1887-1972.|tPoetry. 
600 10 Emerson, Ralph Waldo,|d1803-1882.|tRhodora. 
600 10 Heaney, Seamus,|d1939-2013.|tSinger's house. 
600 10 Millay, Edna St. Vincent,|d1892-1950.|tWild swans. 
600 10 Carver, Raymond B.|tCobweb. 
650  0 Poetry|xStudy and teaching. 
650  0 Poetry|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Poetry, Modern|y20th century. 
700 1  Galens, David,|eeditor. 
710 2  Gale Group. 
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