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(Carl) Sandburg
Rootabaga Stories
Chicago
"Hog Butcher for the World,
Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat" (first lines)
(Carl) Sandburg
Grass
(Carl) Sandburg
Fog
(Carl) Sandburg
The People, Yes
(Carl) Sandburg
The American Songbag
(Carl) Sandburg
Corn Huskers
(Carl) Sandburg
Abraham Lincoln: The War Years (won a Pulitzer Prize for biography)
Fugitive Poets
Based out of Vaderbilt University, "New Criticism"
Allen Tate, John Crowe Ransom, Robert Penn Warren
(Robert Penn) Warren
The Briar Patch
(Robert Penn) Warren
First US Poet Laureate
(Robert Penn) Warren
Only person to have won Pulitzer Prizes in Poetry and Fiction
(William Carlos) Williams
Pictures from Brueghel and Other Poems
(William Carlos) Williams
Sour Grapes
(William Carlos) Williams
Paterson
(William Carlos) Williams
This is Just To Say
(William Carlos) Williams
The Red Wheelbarrow
(Theodore) Roethke
The Waking
(Randall) Jarrell
Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
(John) Ashbery
Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror
(Sidney) Lanier
The Marshes of Glynn
(Sidney) Lanier
The Song of the Chattahoochee
(Sidney) Lanier
Revenge of Hamish
Lake Poets
William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Robert Southey
(William) Wordsworth
British Poet Laurate from 1843 to 1850, preceded by Southey, followed by Tennyson
(William) Wordsworth
The Prelude
(William) Wordsworth and (Samuel Taylor) Coleridge
Lyrical Ballads
(William) Wordsworth
Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood
(William) Wordsworth
Tintern Abbey
Tintern Abbey
Poem about an old church, contains the author's sister Dorothy
(William) Wordsworth
The Excursion
(William) Wordsworth
We Are Seven
(William) Wordsworth
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud / Daffodils
(William) Wordsworth
Lucy Gray
(William) Wordsworth
London, 1802
(William) Wordsworth
The World is Too Much with Us
(Samuel Taylor) Coleridge
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
(Samuel Taylor) Coleridge
Kubla Khan
(Samuel Taylor) Coleridge
Frost at Midnight
(Samuel Taylor) Coleridge
Dejection: An Ode
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Poem contains the lines "Water, water, every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink."
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Poem contains the shooting of an albatross
Kubla Khan
Poem takes place in Xanadu, describes titular character's pleasure dome
(Robert) Southey
The Story of the Three Bears (the original Goldilocks story)
(Robert) Southey
After Blenheim
(John) Keats
Endymion
(John) Keats
The Eve of St. Agnes
(John) Keats
Hyperion
(John) Keats
La Belle Dame sans Merci
(John) Keats
Lamia
(John) Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn
La Belle Dame sans Merci
Poem contains references to an Elfin Grot
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Poem contains the lines "Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness!" and "beauty is truth, truth beauty"
(George Gordon Byron, or Lord) Byron
She Walks in Beauty
(George Gordon Byron, or Lord) Byron
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage
(George Gordon Byron, or Lord) Byron
Don Juan
(George Gordon Byron, or Lord) Byron
The Prisoner of Chillon
(George Gordon Byron, or Lord) Byron
Manfred
(George Gordon Byron, or Lord) Byron
The Destruction of the Sennacherib
She Walks in Beauty
Poem contains the lines
"(title), like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that 's best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes"
Cavalier Poets
Referred to as "Sons of Ben", consisted of Ben Jonson, Robert Herrick, Richard Lovelace, Thomas Carew, and Sir John Suckling.
(Ben) Jonson
To Celia
To Celia
Poem contains "Drink to me only with thine eyes"
(Richard) Lovelace
To Althea, From Prison
(Richard) Lovelace
To Lucasta, Going to the Warres
To Althea, From Prison
Poems contains "Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage"
(Robert) Herrick
To the Virgins to Make Much of Time
(Robert) Herrick
Hesperides
(Robert) Herrick
Noble Numbers
(Robert) Herrick
Corinna going a-Maying
To the Virgins to Make Much of Time
Poem contains "Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying; And this same flower that smiles today, Tomorrow will be dying."
(Sir John) Suckling
Ballad Upon a Wedding
(Sir John) Suckling
Inventor of Cribbage
(John) Skelton
The Boke of Phyllyp Sparowe
(John) Skelton
Colyn Cloute
(John) Dryden
Annus Mirabilis
(John) Dryden
Absalom and Achitophel
(John) Dryden
The Hind and the Panther
(John) Dryden
Alexander's Feast
(John) Dryden
Mac Flecknoe
(John) Donne
The Flea
(John) Donne
The Canonization
(John) Donne
Appointed Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral in London in 1621
(John) Donne
Holy Sonnets
Holy Sonnets
Poems contain the lines "no mansion island" and "death, be not proud"
(Andrew) Marvell
To His Coy Mistress
(Andrew) Marvell
The Garden
(Andrew) Marvell
A Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland
(Andrew) Marvell
Upon Appleton House
To His Coy Mistress
Poem's first line is "Had we but world enough, and time,", also makes references to "vegetable love"
(Paul Laurence) Dunbar
Oak and Ivy
(Paul Laurence) Dunbar
Ode to Ethiopia
(Paul Laurence) Dunbar
Lyrics of a Lowly Life
(Paul Laurence) Dunbar
Sympathy
Sympathy
Poem that inspired the title of Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"
(Amy) Lowell
The Hippo Poetess
(Amy) Lowell
A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass
(Amy) Lowell
Pictures of the Floating World
(Amy) Lowell
What's O'Clock
(Geoffrey) Chaucer
The Parliament of Fowles
(Geoffrey) Chaucer
House of Fame
(Geoffrey) Chaucer
The Book of the Dutchess
(John) Milton
Paradise Lost
(John) Milton
Paradise Regained
(John) Milton
Il Penseroso
(John) Milton
On the Late Massacre in Piedmont
(John) Milton
Lycidas
Lycidas
Poem is an elegy for Edward King
(Edmund) Spenser
The Faerie Queen
(Edmund) Spenser
The Shepheardes Calender
(Edmund) Spenser
Amoretti
(Edmund) Spenser
Epithalamion
(William) Shakespeare
Venus and Adonis
(William) Shakespeare
The Rape of Lucrece
(William) Shakespeare
A Lover's Complaint
(William) Shakespeare
The Phoenix and the Turtle
(William) Shakespeare
The Passionate Pilgrim
(William) Shakespeare
Published a collection of 154 sonnets, which were dedicated to Mr. W.H., discussed the Dark Lady, and contained lines like "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day" and "My mistress is nothing like the summer"
(Christopher) Marlowe
Hero and Leander
(Christopher) Marlowe
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
Poem contains the line "Come live with me and be my love"
(Sir Thomas) Wyatt
Whoso List to Hunt
(Sir Phillip) Sydney
An Apology for Poetry / A Defence for Poetry / A Defence for Poesy
(Sir Phillip) Sydney
The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia
(Sir Phillip) Sydney
Astrophel and Stella
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
Ozymandias
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
Ode to the West Wind
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
To a Skylark
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
Adonais
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
The Revolt of Islam
Ozymandias
Poem contains
"The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed.
And on the pedestal these words appear --
'My name is (title), king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!'"
Ode to the West Wind
Poem asks "If winter comes, can spring be far behind?"
(Oscar) Wilde
The Ballad of Reading Gaol
The Ballad of Reading Gaol
Poem contains "each man kills the thing he loves"
(Rudyard) Kipling
Barrack-Room Ballads
(Rudyard) Kipling
Mandalay
(Rudyard) Kipling
Gunga Din
(Rudyard) Kipling
If-
Gunga Din
Poem discusses a water carrier in India, contains the line "You're a better man than I, (title)"
If-
Poem contains "You'll be a man, my son"
(Thomas) Hardy
Darkling Thrush
(Thomas) Hardy
Wessex Poems
(Lewis) Carroll
The Hunting of the Snark
(Lewis) Carroll
Jabberwocky
(Thomas) Gray
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
(Thomas) Gray
Ode on the Death of a Favorite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes
(Thomas) Gray
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Poem contains references to "paths of glory" and the line "far from the maddening crowd"
(Matthew) Arnold
Dover Beach
(Matthew) Arnold
Thyss
Dover Beach
Poem contains "Sophocles long ago Heard it on the Aegaean"
(William) Blake
Songs of Innocence and of Experience
(William) Blake
The Tyger
(William) Blake
The Lamb
(William) Blake
The Book of Thel
(William) Blake
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
(William) Blake
Visions of the Daughters of Albion
(William) Blake
Continental Prophecies
The Tyger
Poem contains "What immortal hand or eye,/Could frame thy fearful symmetry?"
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
Poem inspired C.S. Lewis's "The Great Divorce", largely considered a sequel to this work
(Robert) Browning
My Last Duchess
(Robert) Browning
Andrea del Sarto
(Robert) Browning
Fra Lippo Lippi
(Robert) Browning
Ploppa Passes
(Robert) Browning
Porphryia's Lover
(Robert) Browning
Men and Women
My Last Duchess
Duke of Ferrara appears in this poem
My Last Duchess
Painting by Fra Pandalph appears in this poem
My Last Duchess
Statue of Neptune by Claus of Innsbruck
(William Butler) Yeats
The Second Coming
(William Butler) Yeats
Sailing to Byzantium
(William Butler) Yeats
Crazy Jane Poems
(William Butler) Yeats
Easter, 1916
(William Butler) Yeats
The Countess Kathleen
(William Butler) Yeats
The Wild Swans at Coole
(William Butler) Yeats
Lake Isle of Innisfree
(William Butler) Yeats
The Tower
(William Butler) Yeats
The Winding Stair
(Robert) Browning
Solliloquy of the Spanish Cluster
(William Butler) Yeats
Poet who loved Maud Gonne
(William Butler) Yeats
Founded the Abbey Theatre along with Lady Gregory
(William Butler) Yeats
1923 Nobel Prize in Literature
The Second Coming
Poem containst the line "Things fall apart, the center cannot hold"
(Charles) Baudelaire
Les Fleurs du mal / The Flowers of Evil
(Charles) Baudelaire
The Spleen of Paris
(Charles) Baudelaire
Translated works by Edgar Allen Poe
Les Fleurs du mal
Section 1: Spleen and Ideal (85 Poems)
Les Fleurs du mal
Section 2: Parisian Scenes (18 Poems)
Les Fleurs du mal
Section 3: Wine (5 Poems)
Les Fleurs du mal
Section 4: Flowers of Evil (9 Poems)
Les Fleurs du mal
Section 5: Revolt (3 Poems)
Les Fleurs du mal
Section 6: Death (6 Poems)
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Albatross"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Sick Muse"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "Correspondences"
Les Fleurs du mal
Preface contains the line "Hypocrite reader"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "Sorrows of the Moon"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "Invitation to the Voyage"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Swan"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Litanies of Satan"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Self-Torturer"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Vampire's Metamorphoses"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "Lesbos"
Les Fleurs du mal
Calls Satan "thrice great"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "To She Who Is Too Gay"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Jewels"
Les Fleurs du mal
Last line from the preface used in "The Waste Land"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "Examination of Conscience at Midnight"
Les Fleurs du mal
Contains "The Balcony"
Les Fleurs du mal
Dedicated to Theophile Gautie
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Break, Break, Break
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
The Charge of the Light Brigade
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
In Memoriam A.H.H.
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Crossing the Bar
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Ulysses (poem)
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
The Kraken
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
The Lady of Shalott
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Locksley Hall
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
The Lotos-Eaters
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Mariana
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Tithonus
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
The Epic
(Alfred, Lord) Tennyson
Tears, Idle Tears
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Contians the line "Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred"
In Memoriam A.H.H.
Written for friend Arthur Henry Hallum
Crossing the Bar
Last poem of most Tennyson collections; thought to be written as his own elegy
(Gerard Manley) Hopkins
Spring
(Gerard Manley) Hopkins
God's Grandeur
(Gerard Manley) Hopkins
The Windhover: To Christ our Lord
(Gerard Manley) Hopkins
The Wreck of the Deutschland
(Gerard Manley) Hopkins
That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire and of the comfort of the Resurrection
(Gerard Manley) Hopkins
Was a Jesuit priest
(Arthur) Rimbaud
Le bateau ivre / The Drunken Boat
(Arthur) Rimbaud
Una stagione all'inferno / A Season in Hell
(Arthur) Rimbaud
Illuminations
(Arthur) Rimbaud
Leader of French Symbolism
(Arthur) Rimbaud
Famous for writing while in his young teens; died from cancer after his 37th birthday
(Arthur) Rimbaud
Had a drug laden, homosexual, four-year affair with paul Verlaine (after which Verlaine was arrested)
(Stephane or Etienne) Mallarme
L'apres-midi d'un faune / The Afternoon of a Faun
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
Canzoniere / Songbook
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
Triofi / Triumphs
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
De Viris Illustribus / On Famous Men
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
Africa (a work about the great Roman general Scipio Africanus)
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
Loved Laura de Noves
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
Bucolicum carmen
(Francesco Petrarcha, or) Petrarch
First to coin the term Dark Ages
Dante (Alighieri)
The Divine Comedy
Dante (Alighieri)
La Vita Nuova
Dante (Alighieri)
Loved Beatrice Portanari
The Divine Comedy
99 Cantos, or sections, make up this allegory
The Divine Comedy
Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso
The Divine Comedy
In this work, the author is led by Virgil through Hell and Purgatory
The Divine Comedy
In this work, the author is led by Beatrice through Paradise
Inferno
In this section of a work, the author is led through 9 circles of Hell
The Divine Comedy
Begins with "halfway along our life's path"
Inferno
In this section of a work, Satan is described as a giant, terrifying beast with three faces, six eyes, and six wings, trapped in ice.
Inferno
In this section of a work, Satan's heads are devouring Brutus and Cassius, along with Judas Iscariot
(Johann Wolfgang von) Goethe
Roman Elegies
(Johann Wolfgang von) Goethe
Der Konig in Thule / The King of Thule
(Johann Wolfgang von) Goethe
Der Erlkonig / The Elf King
(Christian Johann Heinrich) Heine
Die Lorelei
(Rainer Maria) Rilke
Letters to a Young Poet
(Rainer Maria) Rilke
Duino Elegies
(Rainer Maria) Rilke
Sonnets to Orpheus
Duino Elegies
Contains the lines "Who if, I cried out, would hear me among the angels' orders?"
(Rabindranath) Tagore
Bengali Writer
(Rabindranath) Tagore
Jana Gana Mana (Indian national anthem)
(Rabindranath) Tagore
Amar Shonar Bangla (Bangladeshi national anthem)
(Rabindranath) Tagore
Red Oleanders
(Rabindranath) Tagore
Gitanjali / Song Offerings
Gitanjali (Song Offerings
Foreword written by William Butler Yeats
(Rabindranath) Tagore
William Butler Yeats introduced him to the English-speaking world
(Rabindranath) Tagore
Won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 (first non-European to do so)
(Gabriela) Mistral
Chilean poet whose true name was Lucila Godoy Alcayaga
(Gabriela) Mistral
Desolacion
(Gabriela) Mistral
Sonnets of Death
(Gabriela) Mistral
Ternura
(Jose) Marti
Cuban poet
(Jose) Marti
Our America
(Jose) Marti
Versos Libres
(Jose) Marti
Versos sencillos
(Allen) Ginsberg
Howl
Howl
"I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness"