The Wadsworth Anthology of Poetry

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Jay Parini
Cengage Learning, 2005 - 1712 ページ
Unlike most other poetry anthologies, arranged only chronologically or limited to the exploration of one type of poem, Jay Parini's WADSWORTH ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY collects 24 smaller, more accessible anthologies in one volume. With the guidance of an editorial board of pre-eminent literary scholars and world-renown poets, Parini has offers a meaningful structure to an ambitious collection, spanning from Beowulf to Jorie Graham. More a teaching and learning text than a definitive body of work, Parini's arrangement of poetry by form, content, and context offers a new way of looking at the teaching of poetry.
 

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Introduction
7
An Anthology of Epic Poetry
31
Walt Whitman 1819
84
An Anthology
128
Sir Walter Ralegh Fortune hath taken thee away my love
134
John Milton Lycidas
143
Jonathan Swift A Satirical Elegy on the Death of a Late
151
Charlotte Smith To the Shade of Burns
157
The Ecstasy 1633
1047
John Donne The Sun Rising
1049
Robert Herrick To the Virgins To Make Much of Time
1052
Song
1060
Walt Whitman As Adam Early in the Morning 7066
1067
H Lawrence Gloire de Dijon
1074
Robert Lowell Dolphin
1080
Frank OHara Homosexuality
1081

Felicia Dorothea Hemans Englands Dead
176
Walt Whitman When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom d
187
Matthew Arnold Thyrsis
194
Thomas Hardy The Convergence of the Twain
201
Paul Laurence Dunbar Douglass
207
John Crowe Ransom Bells for John Whitesides Daughter
214
Hart Crane 1899
218
Theodore Roethke 7egy for Jane
221
Frank OHara The Day Lady Died
227
J Kennedy Little Elegy
232
Michael S Harper 1938
239
William Matthews An Elegy for Bob Marley
246
Dana Gioia 1950
250
Ovid Actaeon translated by Ted Hughes
259
Jonathan Swift The Ladys Dressing Room
280
A Pastoral Poem
293
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Paul Reveres Ride
315
Frances E W Harper Eliza Harris
333
Christina G Rossetti 1830
334
Robert Frost Home Burial
349
Langston Hughes 1902
352
Robert Hayden 1913
359
An Anthology
375
Ben Jonson A Pindaric Ode
382
Andrew Marvell An Horatian Ode upon Cromwells Return
392
A Pindaric Poem
401
William Collins Ode on the Poetical Character
407
An Ode
414
Thomas Campbell 1777
418
John Keats Ode on a Grecian Urn
421
Gerard Manley Hopkins The Wreck of the Deutschland
427
Wallace Stevens The Idea of Order at Key West
436
Robert Creeley America
442
Gary Soto Ode to the Yard Sale
444
Geoffrey Chaucer To Rosemounde
452
Michael Drayton Ms Ballad ofAgincourt
459
William Congreve Doris
466
Robert Southey The Battle of Blenheim
489
Edgar Allan Poe Annabel Lee
495
Lewis Carroll from The Hunting of the Snark
503
A E Housman from A Shropshire Lad
514
William Butler Yeats 1865
515
Muriel Rukeyser Ballad of Orange and Grape
521
Audre Lorde 1934
526
Bob Dylan The Lonesome Death ofHattie Carol
527
Wyatt Prunty 1947
528
William Shakespeare from Hamlet Oh that this too too solid flesh
548
Elizabeth Barrett Browning from Aurora Leigh
554
Alfred Lord Tennyson Ulysses
567
Robert Browning My Last Duchess
579
Robert Graves Welsh Incident
585
Philip Levine 1928
589
Margaret Atwood At the Tourist Center in Boston
591
An Anthology of the Short Lyric
599
Chu Chuang I early eighth century
601
John Skelton To Mistress Margaret Hussey
605
Andrew Marvell The Definition of Love
618
William Blake 1757
622
Thomas Moore 1779
627
Thomas Lovell Beddoes 1803
629
Walt Whitman I Saw in Louisiana a LiveOak Growing
631
Emily Dickinson 7 dwell in Possibility
632
Wallace Stevens Nomad Exquisite
638
Stevie Smith 1902
641
Gwendolyn Brooks Sadie and Maud
644
Adrienne Rich In the Evening
650
Gary Snyder 1930
651
Anne Stevenson In the Orchard
652
N Scott Momaday 1934
653
William Wordsworth from The Prelude London Images
660
Robert Frost Birches
666
Delmore Schwartz In the Naked Bed in Platos Cave
672
Richard Wilbur 1921
675
Anne Sexton 1928
677
Jay Parini The Function of Winter
678
Geoffrey Chaucer 1343
683
Homer from The Odyssey translated by George Chapman
704
Aemilia Lanyer The Description of Cookeham
710
Ben Jonson To Penshurst
716
Aphra Behn To the Fair Clarinda Who Made Love to Me Imagined
722
Alexander Pope from An Essay on Criticism
732
Philip Freneau To Sir Toby
745
George Gordon Lord Byron 1788
748
John Keats from Endymion Book I
751
Frances E W Harper Bury Me in a Free Land
775
Norman MacCaig Summer Farm
786
Robert Pinsky From the Childhood of Jesus
794
Edmund Spenser hornAmoretti
800
William Shakespeare from Sonnets
803
George Herbert Sin I
809
Elizabeth Barrett Browning 1806
814
Caroline Norton Be Frank with Me
815
Christina Rossetti Remember
818
Thomas Hardy 1840
819
Claude McKay 1889
822
Countee Cullen 1903
826
John Berryman 1914
827
Wanda Coleman American Sonnet 10
831
Oscar Wilde 1854
838
Elizabeth Bishop One Art
841
Late Summer
847
of the Sestina
853
Altaforte
860
Julia Alvarez Bilingual Sestina
867
Anonymous The Singing Maid
873
John Lydgate ca 1370
874
John Donne The Good Morrow
888
Henry Vaughan They Are All Gone Into the World of Light
889
William Wordsworth Strange fits of passion I have known
896
Edward Arlington Robinson Mr Floods Party
903
Dylan Thomas Fern Hill
909
Thorn Gunn 1929
914
Sylvia Plath Lady Lazarus
915
GregDelanty The Alien
921
Robert Penn Warren Heart of Autumn 1448
926
The Holy Bible King James Version Psalm 23
927
Carl Sandburg Chicago
942
H Lawrence 1885
944
Philip Larkin 1922
951
Allen Ginsberg 1926
956
Section II
975
Anonymous fifteenth century
979
Anne Bradstreet To My Dear and Loving Husband
981
William Carlos Williams The Young Housewife
986
Alastair Reid Daedalus
992
Wendell Berry Marriage
998
Michael S Harper Grandfather
1004
Simon Ortiz 1941
1007
Ellen Bryant Voigt Claiming Kin
1010
Rachel Hadas 1948
1014
Julia Alvarez Papi Working
1017
Louise Erdrich Family Reunion
1023
Catullus Come Lesbia let us live and love translated by Horace
1031
Thomas Wyatt They Flee from Me
1037
Anonymous Love me little love me long
1043
Charles Simic Breasts
1087
Olive Senior 1943
1091
T R Hummer Courtly Love
1093
Carl Phillips As from a Quiver of Arrows
1099
Su Wu Drafted translated by Kenneth Rexroth 7704
1105
Herman Melville The Portent 7777
1111
Thomas Hardy Channel Firing
1113
Hilda Doolittle R A F
1119
Siegfried Sassoon Everyone Sang
1125
Siegfried Sassoon 1886
1126
Isaac Rosenberg Dead Mans Dump
1131
Richard Eberhart 1904
1135
W H Auden September 1 1939
1137
Randall Jarrell 1914
1141
William Stafford At the Bomb Testing Sight
1143
Sydney Keyes War Poet
1149
Geoffrey Hill 1932
1153
Peter Scupham GuardRoom
1154
Tu Fu Spring View translated by Arthur Sze 7 760
1160
William Birch from A songe betwene the Quenes majestie
1166
Anne Dowrich from The French Historie So him at first De Nance
1174
James Thomson Rule Britannia
1180
William Butler Yeats Easter 1916
1187
Robinson Jeffers 1887
1189
e e cummings next to of course god america I
1190
Allen Ginsberg America
1196
Adrienne Rich Cartographies of Silence
1202
Edward Kamau Brathwaite Prelude
1211
Audre Lorde Power
1217
Charles Simic Sunday Papers
1224
Rita Dove Parsley
1230
Dionne Brand 1953
1233
Sherman Alexie The Powwow at the End of the World
1237
Anonymous Despise the world
1243
Henry Vaughan 1622
1251
Emily Dickinson I heard a Fly buzzwhen I died 7256
1256
William Stafford 1914
1262
Peter Scupham First Things Last Things
1269
Mary Oliver When Death Comes
1270
Michael Collier A RealLife Drama
1276
Chuang Tzu The Breath of Nature translated
1282
Henry Vaughan The Waterfall
1289
John Clare The Shepherds Calendar
1297
A E Housman 1859
1300
Wallace Stevens Anecdote of the Jar
1302
Reflections at Lake Louise 1980
1314
Galway Kinnell Blackberry Eating
1316
Christopher Okigbo 1932
1317
Mark Strand 1934
1319
Sydney Lea 1942
1324
Richard Kenney In April
1330
on Animals and Beasts
1338
Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792
1347
William Cullen Bryant To a Waterfowl
1351
Robinson Jeffers Birds and Fishes
1364
James Dickey 1923
1376
Robert Pack 1929
1384
William Matthews 1942
1401
Heather McHugh 1948
1403
William Dunbar ca 1460
1412
Thomas Wyatt My Lute Awake
1415
George Gascoigne Gascoignes Lullaby
1417
Thomas Heywood The Author to His Book
1423
William Blake from Jerusalem Trembling I Sit
1429
Mary Robinson 1758
1430
Elizabeth Barrett Browning from Aurora Leigh Poets and
1435
Alice Moore Dunbar Nelson I Sit and Sew
1442
Langston Hughes Esthete in Harlem
1448
W H Auden The Truest Poetry Is the Most Feigning
1449
Louis Simpson American Poetry
1455
John Skelton 1460
1460
Les Murray Poetry and Religion
1461
Dave Smith 1942
1465
Nikki Giovanni Poetry
1467
James Tate 1943
1468
Heather McHugh What He Thought
1473
Anne Carson Essay on What I Think about Most
1479
Section III
1487
Anonymous The Seafarer translated by Ezra Pound 7505
1507
George Mackay Brown The Net 7576
1517
of Meditative Poetry 7523
1523
George Herbert Love Unknown
1529
Edward Taylor from Meditations II xviii A bran a chaff a very
1532
George Gascoigne ca 1535
1535
T S Eliot Gerontion
1539
Sir Edward Dyer ca 1543
1543
Po Song ofChangkan translated by Arthur Sze 7546
1547
Anonymous sixteenth century
1548
Sir Walter Ralegh 1552
1552
William Carlos Williams Raleigh Was Right
1553
Douglas Crase 1944
1554
Anne Howard 1557
1557
Andrew Marvell To His Coy Mistress
1559
Forbidding Mourning
1561
Adrienne Rich 1929
1562
John Ashbery 1927
1565
Charles Tomlinson The Picture ofJ T in a Prospect of Stone
1567
Erica Jong Jubilate Canis
1574
Edward Hirsch 1950
1575
Billy Collins Lines Composed Over Three Thousand Miles from
1580
Thomas Lovell Beddoes The Phantom Wooer
1586
To Brooklyn Bridge
1592
Thomas Carew 1594
1594
Anthony Hecht 1923
1595
William Butler Yeats The Choice
1597
Robert Service 1874
1602
Edmund Waller 1606
1606
Elizabeth Bishop The Fish
1610
Ellen Bryant Voigt Effort at Speech
1623
John Dryden 1631
1631
Credits 7635
1636
Thomas Traherne ca 1637
1637
Hugh MacDiarmid Another Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries
1646
Po Night Thoughts translated by Arthur Sze 7243
1657
Anonymous
1663
Chronological Table of Contents 7657
1676
1596
1691
Index 7697
1692
Joanna Baillie 1762
1693
Anonymous
1694
Matthew Arnold 1822
1695
Dylan Thomas 1914
1696
Grace Schulman 1935
1698
e e cummings 1894
1699
James Wright 1927
1702
Thomas Wyatt 1503
1703
Anonymous
1704
William Carlos Williams 1883
1705
Sir Philip Sidney 1554
1706
Sir John Suckling 1609
1707
William Shakespeare 1564
1710
T S Eliot 1888
1711
Emily Dickinson 1830
1712
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Jay Parini was born in Pittston, Pennsylvania in 1948. In 1970 he graduated from Lafayette College and he received a doctorate from the University of St. Andrews in 1975. Before becoming a professor of Engliah and Creative Writing at Vermont's Middlebury College in 1982, Parini taught at Dartmouth College. Parini writes poetry, novels, biographies, and criticism, and he has published numerous reviews and essays in major journals and newspapers. He co-founded the New England Review in 1976. In 1995, he was appointed literary executor for author Gore Vidal. A film version of The Last Station, his 1990 novel, was released in 2009. Parini's novel, One Matchless Time: A Life of William Faulkner, made the New York Times bestseller list in 2015.

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