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A New treasury of poetry, selected and introduced by Neil Philip ; illustrated by John Lawrence

Label
A New treasury of poetry
Title
A New treasury of poetry
Statement of responsibility
selected and introduced by Neil Philip ; illustrated by John Lawrence
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A celebration of English verse. Includes poems by William Blake, Christopher Smart, Robert Louis Stevenson, Christina Rossetti, Walter de la Mare, Eleanor Farjeon, Ted Hughes, Charles Causley, and many others
Summary
A celebration of English verse. Includes poems by William Blake, Christopher Smart, Robert Louis Stevenson, Christina Rossetti, Walter de la Mare, Eleanor Farjeon, Ted Hughes, Charles Causley, and many others
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212288
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
821.008/09282
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PR1175.3
LC item number
.N48 1990
Literary form
non fiction
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  • -1
  • 12
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
Target audience
juvenile
Label
A New treasury of poetry, selected and introduced by Neil Philip ; illustrated by John Lawrence
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"An Albion book"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-256) and index
Contents
  • "There was a child went forth"; Whitman - Yankee Doodle; Traditional - Grace at Kirkudbright; Burns - Infant joy; Blake - Another grace for a child; Herrick - Morning song; Plath - I see a bear; Hughes - Here comes a lusty wooer; Traditional - Baby-sitting; Clarke - The mirror; Graves - "Lavender's blue"; Traditional - "I know where I'm going"; Traditional - My young man's a cornishman; Causley - Henry and Mary; Graves - I am cherry alive; Schwartz - To mistress Margaret Hussey; Skelton - The shade-catchers; Mew - Where go the boats?; Stevenson - Above the dock; Hulme - Full moon; Sackville-West - Full moon and little Frieda; Hughes - First travels of Max; Crowe Ransom - The centaur; Swenson - The collar-bone of a hare; Yeats - We real cool; Brooks - The brothers; Muir - Alone; Poe - Nursery rhyme of innocence and experience; Causley - "I remember, I remember...; Hood - I remember, I remember; Larkin - Fern Hill; Thomas - Soap suds; MacNeice - "Sing me a song of a lad that is gone"; Stevenson - Eden rock; Causley - Apple blossom; MacNeice - Days; Larkin - Beachcomber; Brown - The character of a happy life; Wotton - "Were I a king..."; Edward - A child's laughter; Swinburne - Running to paradise; Yeats - William I; Farjeon - The looking-glass; Kipling - "When I was fair and young..."; Queen Elizabeth I - Impromptu on Charles II; Wilmot - On Prince Frederick; Anon. - "I'm nobody! Who are you?; Dickinson - The frog prince; Smith - Two wedding songs; Heath-Stubbs - Vain and careless; Graves - Cushie Butterfield; RIdley - The water is wide; Traditional - A red, red rose; Burns - Ballad of an old woman; Collymore - A song about myself; Keats - How pleasant to know Mr. Lear; Lear - Lines for Cuscuscaraway and Mirza Murad Ali Beg; Eliot - from A song of myself; Whitman - On his seventy-fifth birthday; Landor - "The art of biography"; Bentley - Poem for a dead poet; McGough - Saint Francis and the birds; Heaney - Love without hope; Graves - Walking song; Gurney - Afternoon tea; Mew - "One leg..."; Traditional
  • Wishes of an elderly man; Raleigh - House fear; Frost - This is just to say; Williams - Poem at thirty; Sanchez - A recollection; Cornford - A consumer's report; Porter - "The laws of god, the laws of man"; Housman - Song: Lift-boy; Graves - The history of the flood; Stubbs - The lover whose mistress feared a mouse, declareth that he would become a cat, if he might have his desire; Turberville - from Jubilate Agno; Smart - The rum tum tugger; Eliot - On the death of a mad dog; Goldsmith - The cat; Hares at play; Clare - The oyster; Traditional - Fish; Ross - The fish; Bishop - To a fish/ A fish replies/ The fish turns into a man, and then into a spirit, and again speaks; Hunt - To a butterfly; Wordsworth - Answer to a child's question; Coleridge - Allie; Graves - Little Trotty Wagtail; Clare - Robin Redbreast's testament; Traditional; "Repeat that, repeat"; Hopkins - On the cuckoo; Quarles - Wiltshire downs; Young - The eagle; Tennyson - The fowler; Gibson - Michaels' song; Gibson - "A narrow fellow in the grass"; Dickinson - Snake; Lawrence - Lizard; Lawrence - The bull moose; Nowlan - The tyger; Blake - The thought-fox; Hughes - A noiseless patient spider; Whitman - "Yesterday he was nowhere to be found"; Hughes - Poor old horse; Traditional - Sheep; Davies - Milking before dawn; Dallas - Cows; Reeves - The oxen; Hardy
  • Autumn fires; Stevenson - "Bread and milk for breakfast"; Rossetti - Cuckoo song; Kipling - "Dear March--Come in--"; Dickinson - In the fields; Mew - Spring; Blake - The trees are down; Mew - Domus Caedet Arborem; Mew - "The lopped tree in time may grow again"; Southwell - "Loveliest of trees, the cherry now"; Housman - The daffodils; Wordsworth - The wheat ripening; Clare - Day-dreams; Canton - Heat; Lampman - Pods pop and grin; Berry - Cut grass; Larkin - "Blazing in gold"; Dickinson - "The sun and fog contested"; Dickinson - The rainbow; Traditional - Autumn; Hulme - Weathers; Hardy - To autumn; Keats - Beechwoods at Knole; Sackville-West - Wild iron; Curnow - Windy nights; Stevenson - "Who has seen the wind?"; Rossetti - The storm; de la Mare - Windy gap; Campbell - Address to a child during a boisterous winter evening; Wordsworth - "O thought I!"; Wordsworth - The high hills; Gurney - "An October robin..."; Hughes - "Please to remember"; de la Mare - "There's a certain slant of light"; Dickinson - Snow; Thomas - Now winter nights enlarge; Campion - Stopping by woods on a snowy evening; Frost - Thaw; Thomas - Sudden thaw; Young - Song by an old shepherd; Blake - Snow falling; Hughes - Christmas song; Traditional - Warning to children; Graves - Leisure; Davies - "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever"; Keats - Cock-crow; Thomas - The lake isle of Innisfree; Yeats - Prophecy; Wylie - "White in the moon..."; Housman - "Before the beginning of years"; Swinburne - "I thank You God..."; Cummings - Pied beauty; Hopkins - "Cities and thrones and powers"; Kipling - Ozymandias; Shelley - "Even such is time..."; Raleigh - "A word is dead"; Dickinson - "He who binds to himself a joy" Blake - Fantasy of an african boy; Berry - Hunger; Binyon - Abou Ben Adhem; Hunt - Song; Clare - A poison tree; Blake - "Dont-care didn't care"; Traditional - Anger's freeing power; Smith - The jeely piece song; McNaughtan - The glog-hole; MacDiarmid - "I, too, sing America"; Hughes - None is the same as another; Smith
  • As you came from the Holy land; Raleigh - The beautiful; Davies - The road not taken; Frost - This is the key; Traditional - "The brain-- is wider that the sky--"; Dickinson - Generations; Gurney - Merlin and the gleam; Tennyson - The rainbow; Lawrence - The rainbow; de la Mare - "My heart leaps up"; Wordsworth - "the child is father to the man"; Hopkins - "What are heavy?"; Rossetti - "Say not the struggle nought availeth..."; Clough - "In this short life"; Dickinson - Personal; Hughes - "Where lies the land..."; Clough - I am the great sun; Causley - "I took one draught of life--"; Dickinson - from Auguries of innocence; Blake - The cataract of Lodore; Southey - The war song of Dinas Vawr; Peacock - Roman wall blues; Auden - The wishing-well; Gibson - The ballad of Agincourt; Drayton - A smuggler's song; Kipling - The burial of Sir John More at Corunna; Wolfe - To his love; Gurney - Morse - Murray - The highwayman; Noyes - The listeners; de la Mare - The way through the woods; Kipling - The magpies; Glover - The outlaw of Lock Lene; Callanan - La belle dame Sans Merci; Keats - "Her strong enchantments failing"; Housman - Richard Cory; Robinson - Lord Randal; Traditional - Frankie and Johnny; Traditional - The Douglas tragedy; Traditional - Young Lochinvar; Scott - Our ship she lies in harbour; Traditional - The forsaken merman; Arnold - Song of the galley-slaves; Kipling - The land of Whipperginny; Graves - Boomerang; Hart-Smith - Invocation; MacNeice - "Shake off our heavy trance"; Beaumont - John Connu Rider; Salkey - The song of wandering aengus; Yeats - I saw a peacock; Traditional - "How many miles to Babylon?"; Traditional - Romance; Turner - Eldorado; Poe - Loving mad Tom; Anon. - Bunches of grapes; de la Mare - "Three plum buns"; Rossetti - Dawlish fair; Keats - King Arthur; Traditional - "Amid the derringers I ride"; Blishen - The Yule days; Traditional - Legend; Wright - The derby ram; Traditional - Ariel's song; Shakespeare - The song of the mad prince; de la Mare - Figgie Hobin; Causley
  • Calico pie; Lear - How to make a sailor's pie; Aiken - Grey goose and gander; Traditional - Sea-marge; Gurney - "Ferry me across the water"; Rossetti - The silver penny; de la Mare - "I had a little nut-tree"; Traditional - The owl and hte pussy-cat; Lear - "Lean out of the window"; Joyce - "I give you the end of a golden string"; Blake - Good night; Farjeon - A lyke-wake dirge; Traditional - A nightmare; Gilbert - The sea; Reeves - Slowly; Reeves - Twilight time; Palmer - Samuel Palmer's coming from evening church: Causley - The echoing green; Blake - The morning watch; Vaughan - The shepherd boy's song; Bunyan - The tide in the river; Farjeon - the songs I had; Gurney - A vision; Clare - Sea-fever; Masefield - Up-hill; Rossetti - Requiem; Stevenson - A baby-sermon; Macdonald - Lines for a bed at Kelmscott Manor; Morris - Time to go home; Reeves - A night-herding song; Stephens - The cottager to her infant; Wordsworth - Weep you no more, sad fountains; Anon. - Sephestia's song; Greene - My papa's waltz; Roethke - Grampa; Scott - The city of sleep; Kipling - After apple-picking; Frost - Pleasant sounds; Clare - A spell for sleeping; Reid - "Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John"; Traditional - A clear midnight; Whitman
Control code
177161
Dimensions
27 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
256 p.
Isbn
9781556701450
Lccn
89049098
Other physical details
ill
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm20828184
  • (OCoLC)20828184
Label
A New treasury of poetry, selected and introduced by Neil Philip ; illustrated by John Lawrence
Publication
Note
"An Albion book"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-256) and index
Contents
  • "There was a child went forth"; Whitman - Yankee Doodle; Traditional - Grace at Kirkudbright; Burns - Infant joy; Blake - Another grace for a child; Herrick - Morning song; Plath - I see a bear; Hughes - Here comes a lusty wooer; Traditional - Baby-sitting; Clarke - The mirror; Graves - "Lavender's blue"; Traditional - "I know where I'm going"; Traditional - My young man's a cornishman; Causley - Henry and Mary; Graves - I am cherry alive; Schwartz - To mistress Margaret Hussey; Skelton - The shade-catchers; Mew - Where go the boats?; Stevenson - Above the dock; Hulme - Full moon; Sackville-West - Full moon and little Frieda; Hughes - First travels of Max; Crowe Ransom - The centaur; Swenson - The collar-bone of a hare; Yeats - We real cool; Brooks - The brothers; Muir - Alone; Poe - Nursery rhyme of innocence and experience; Causley - "I remember, I remember...; Hood - I remember, I remember; Larkin - Fern Hill; Thomas - Soap suds; MacNeice - "Sing me a song of a lad that is gone"; Stevenson - Eden rock; Causley - Apple blossom; MacNeice - Days; Larkin - Beachcomber; Brown - The character of a happy life; Wotton - "Were I a king..."; Edward - A child's laughter; Swinburne - Running to paradise; Yeats - William I; Farjeon - The looking-glass; Kipling - "When I was fair and young..."; Queen Elizabeth I - Impromptu on Charles II; Wilmot - On Prince Frederick; Anon. - "I'm nobody! Who are you?; Dickinson - The frog prince; Smith - Two wedding songs; Heath-Stubbs - Vain and careless; Graves - Cushie Butterfield; RIdley - The water is wide; Traditional - A red, red rose; Burns - Ballad of an old woman; Collymore - A song about myself; Keats - How pleasant to know Mr. Lear; Lear - Lines for Cuscuscaraway and Mirza Murad Ali Beg; Eliot - from A song of myself; Whitman - On his seventy-fifth birthday; Landor - "The art of biography"; Bentley - Poem for a dead poet; McGough - Saint Francis and the birds; Heaney - Love without hope; Graves - Walking song; Gurney - Afternoon tea; Mew - "One leg..."; Traditional
  • Wishes of an elderly man; Raleigh - House fear; Frost - This is just to say; Williams - Poem at thirty; Sanchez - A recollection; Cornford - A consumer's report; Porter - "The laws of god, the laws of man"; Housman - Song: Lift-boy; Graves - The history of the flood; Stubbs - The lover whose mistress feared a mouse, declareth that he would become a cat, if he might have his desire; Turberville - from Jubilate Agno; Smart - The rum tum tugger; Eliot - On the death of a mad dog; Goldsmith - The cat; Hares at play; Clare - The oyster; Traditional - Fish; Ross - The fish; Bishop - To a fish/ A fish replies/ The fish turns into a man, and then into a spirit, and again speaks; Hunt - To a butterfly; Wordsworth - Answer to a child's question; Coleridge - Allie; Graves - Little Trotty Wagtail; Clare - Robin Redbreast's testament; Traditional; "Repeat that, repeat"; Hopkins - On the cuckoo; Quarles - Wiltshire downs; Young - The eagle; Tennyson - The fowler; Gibson - Michaels' song; Gibson - "A narrow fellow in the grass"; Dickinson - Snake; Lawrence - Lizard; Lawrence - The bull moose; Nowlan - The tyger; Blake - The thought-fox; Hughes - A noiseless patient spider; Whitman - "Yesterday he was nowhere to be found"; Hughes - Poor old horse; Traditional - Sheep; Davies - Milking before dawn; Dallas - Cows; Reeves - The oxen; Hardy
  • Autumn fires; Stevenson - "Bread and milk for breakfast"; Rossetti - Cuckoo song; Kipling - "Dear March--Come in--"; Dickinson - In the fields; Mew - Spring; Blake - The trees are down; Mew - Domus Caedet Arborem; Mew - "The lopped tree in time may grow again"; Southwell - "Loveliest of trees, the cherry now"; Housman - The daffodils; Wordsworth - The wheat ripening; Clare - Day-dreams; Canton - Heat; Lampman - Pods pop and grin; Berry - Cut grass; Larkin - "Blazing in gold"; Dickinson - "The sun and fog contested"; Dickinson - The rainbow; Traditional - Autumn; Hulme - Weathers; Hardy - To autumn; Keats - Beechwoods at Knole; Sackville-West - Wild iron; Curnow - Windy nights; Stevenson - "Who has seen the wind?"; Rossetti - The storm; de la Mare - Windy gap; Campbell - Address to a child during a boisterous winter evening; Wordsworth - "O thought I!"; Wordsworth - The high hills; Gurney - "An October robin..."; Hughes - "Please to remember"; de la Mare - "There's a certain slant of light"; Dickinson - Snow; Thomas - Now winter nights enlarge; Campion - Stopping by woods on a snowy evening; Frost - Thaw; Thomas - Sudden thaw; Young - Song by an old shepherd; Blake - Snow falling; Hughes - Christmas song; Traditional - Warning to children; Graves - Leisure; Davies - "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever"; Keats - Cock-crow; Thomas - The lake isle of Innisfree; Yeats - Prophecy; Wylie - "White in the moon..."; Housman - "Before the beginning of years"; Swinburne - "I thank You God..."; Cummings - Pied beauty; Hopkins - "Cities and thrones and powers"; Kipling - Ozymandias; Shelley - "Even such is time..."; Raleigh - "A word is dead"; Dickinson - "He who binds to himself a joy" Blake - Fantasy of an african boy; Berry - Hunger; Binyon - Abou Ben Adhem; Hunt - Song; Clare - A poison tree; Blake - "Dont-care didn't care"; Traditional - Anger's freeing power; Smith - The jeely piece song; McNaughtan - The glog-hole; MacDiarmid - "I, too, sing America"; Hughes - None is the same as another; Smith
  • As you came from the Holy land; Raleigh - The beautiful; Davies - The road not taken; Frost - This is the key; Traditional - "The brain-- is wider that the sky--"; Dickinson - Generations; Gurney - Merlin and the gleam; Tennyson - The rainbow; Lawrence - The rainbow; de la Mare - "My heart leaps up"; Wordsworth - "the child is father to the man"; Hopkins - "What are heavy?"; Rossetti - "Say not the struggle nought availeth..."; Clough - "In this short life"; Dickinson - Personal; Hughes - "Where lies the land..."; Clough - I am the great sun; Causley - "I took one draught of life--"; Dickinson - from Auguries of innocence; Blake - The cataract of Lodore; Southey - The war song of Dinas Vawr; Peacock - Roman wall blues; Auden - The wishing-well; Gibson - The ballad of Agincourt; Drayton - A smuggler's song; Kipling - The burial of Sir John More at Corunna; Wolfe - To his love; Gurney - Morse - Murray - The highwayman; Noyes - The listeners; de la Mare - The way through the woods; Kipling - The magpies; Glover - The outlaw of Lock Lene; Callanan - La belle dame Sans Merci; Keats - "Her strong enchantments failing"; Housman - Richard Cory; Robinson - Lord Randal; Traditional - Frankie and Johnny; Traditional - The Douglas tragedy; Traditional - Young Lochinvar; Scott - Our ship she lies in harbour; Traditional - The forsaken merman; Arnold - Song of the galley-slaves; Kipling - The land of Whipperginny; Graves - Boomerang; Hart-Smith - Invocation; MacNeice - "Shake off our heavy trance"; Beaumont - John Connu Rider; Salkey - The song of wandering aengus; Yeats - I saw a peacock; Traditional - "How many miles to Babylon?"; Traditional - Romance; Turner - Eldorado; Poe - Loving mad Tom; Anon. - Bunches of grapes; de la Mare - "Three plum buns"; Rossetti - Dawlish fair; Keats - King Arthur; Traditional - "Amid the derringers I ride"; Blishen - The Yule days; Traditional - Legend; Wright - The derby ram; Traditional - Ariel's song; Shakespeare - The song of the mad prince; de la Mare - Figgie Hobin; Causley
  • Calico pie; Lear - How to make a sailor's pie; Aiken - Grey goose and gander; Traditional - Sea-marge; Gurney - "Ferry me across the water"; Rossetti - The silver penny; de la Mare - "I had a little nut-tree"; Traditional - The owl and hte pussy-cat; Lear - "Lean out of the window"; Joyce - "I give you the end of a golden string"; Blake - Good night; Farjeon - A lyke-wake dirge; Traditional - A nightmare; Gilbert - The sea; Reeves - Slowly; Reeves - Twilight time; Palmer - Samuel Palmer's coming from evening church: Causley - The echoing green; Blake - The morning watch; Vaughan - The shepherd boy's song; Bunyan - The tide in the river; Farjeon - the songs I had; Gurney - A vision; Clare - Sea-fever; Masefield - Up-hill; Rossetti - Requiem; Stevenson - A baby-sermon; Macdonald - Lines for a bed at Kelmscott Manor; Morris - Time to go home; Reeves - A night-herding song; Stephens - The cottager to her infant; Wordsworth - Weep you no more, sad fountains; Anon. - Sephestia's song; Greene - My papa's waltz; Roethke - Grampa; Scott - The city of sleep; Kipling - After apple-picking; Frost - Pleasant sounds; Clare - A spell for sleeping; Reid - "Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John"; Traditional - A clear midnight; Whitman
Control code
177161
Dimensions
27 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
256 p.
Isbn
9781556701450
Lccn
89049098
Other physical details
ill
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm20828184
  • (OCoLC)20828184

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