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[Book] Best Poems of the English Language, Rep/E

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Bloom, Harold 지음 | Harpercollins | 2007년 08월 07일
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ISBN 9780060540425(0060540427)
쪽수 972쪽
언어 English
크기 156(W) X 234(H) X 46(T) (mm)
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"The Best Poems of the English Language is a comprehensive anthology that offers the reader possession of six centuries of great British and American poetry." "The vast scope of this anthology begins with Chaucer and ends with poets whose births predate 1900. Harold Bloom has culled his selection according to his three absolute criteria: aesthetic splendor, intellectual power, and wisdom." "Featured in this volume is a substantial and significant introductory essay called "The Art of Reading Poetry." This essay presents Bloom's critical reflections on more than a half century devoted to reading, teaching, and writing about the literary achievement he loves best, and conveys his passionate concern for how a poem should be interpreted and appreciated. Throughout this anthology, Bloom includes extensive introductions to each poet and to many of the individual poems. In such commentaries, Bloom guides the reader through what is most relevant for a true understanding of the more than one hundred poets selected."--BOOK JACKET.

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저자 : Bloom, Harold

The Sterling Professor of Humanities at Yale University, Harold Bloom (b. 1930) has been hailed as "one of our greatest living literary critics" (Los Angeles Times).

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Introduction xxvii
THE ART OF READING POETRY 1
GEOFFREY CHAUCER 30
FROM THE CANTERBURY TALES 32
from The General Prologue
from The Wife of Bath's Prologue
from The Pardoner's Prologue
WILLIAM DUNBAR 50
Lament for the Makers 50
PETRARCHAN POETRY 53
SIR THOMAS WYATT 55
Whoso List to Hunt 55
They Flee from Me 55
SIR PHILIP SIDNEY 56
from Astrophel and Stella 56
EDMUND SPENSER 57
THE CAVE OF MAMMON 65
THE BOWER OF BLISS 67
THE MUTABILITIE CANTOS 69
AMORETTI 72
from The Faerie Queene: The Gardens of Adonis 73
EPITHALAMION 79
Epithalamion 80
PHOTHALAMION 91
Prothalamion 92
SIR WALTER RALEGH 97
from The Ocean to Cynthia 99
Answer to Marlowe 102
CHIDIOCK TICHBORNE 103
Tichborne's Elegy 103
ROBERT SOUTHWELL 104
The Burning Babe 104
CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE 105
from Tamburlaine 106
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love 109
MICHAEL DRAYTON 110
from Idea 110
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE 111
The Phoenix and Turtle 113
from Hamlet 115
front Troilus and Cressida 120
from Measure for Measure 122
from King Lear 124
from The Tempest 126
Sonnets 127
XIX: "Devouring Time, blunt thou the lion's paws," 127
XXX: "When to the sessions of sweet silent thought" 127
LIII "What is your substance, whereof are you 128
LV: "Not marble, nor the gilded monumelits" 128
LXXIII: "That time of year thou mayst in me behold" 128
LXXXVI: "Was it the proud full sail of this great verse," 129
LXXXVII: "Farewell thou art too dear fin- my possessing," 129
XCIV: "They that have power to hurt and will do none," 130
CVII: "Not mine own fears, nor the prophetic soul" 130
CXVI: "Let me not to the marriage of true minds" 130
CXXI: " 'Tis better to be vile than vile esteemed," 131
CXXIX: "The expense of spirit in a waste of shame," 131
CXXX: "My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun;" 131
CXLIV: "Two loves I have, of comfort and despair," 132
Songs 132
Dirge 132
When That I Was and a Little Tiny Boy 133
Autolycus' Song 134
Autolycus As Peddler 134
THOMAS NASHE 135
Litany in Time of Plague 135
THOMAS CAMPION 136
There Is a Garden in Her Face 137
When to Her Lute Corinna Sings 137
When Thou Must Home to Shades of Under Ground 138
JOHN DONNE 138
Song 139
A Nocturnal upon S. Lucy's Day Being the Shortest Day. 140
The Ecstasy 141
Hymn to God My God, in My Sickness 144
A Hymn to God the Father 145
BEN JONSON 145
To the Memory of My Beloved, the Author Mr. William Shakespeare 147
Song: To Celia [1606] 149
Song: To Celia [1616] 149
Clerimont's Song 150
TOM O' BEDLAM'S SONG 150
Min o' Bedlam's Song 151
JOHN CLEVELAND 154
Mark Antony 154
JAMES SHIRLEY 155
Dirge 156
ROBERT HERRICK 157
To the Virgins, To Make Much of Time 157
Upon Julia's Clothes 158
Delight in Disorder 158
THOMAS CAREW 159
A Rapture 159
Song 163
RICHARD LOVELACE 164
La Bella Bona Roba 165
Song 166
To Althea, from Prison 166
SIR JOHN SUCKLING 167
Song 168
"Out upon it! I have loved" 168
EDMUND WALLER 169
Song 169
ANDREW MARVELL 170
To His Coy Mistress 172
THE MOWER POEMS 173
The Mower Against Gardens 175
THE MOWER TO THE GLOWWORMS 176
The Mower to the Glowworms 177
The Garden 178
An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland 180
GEORGE HERBERT 183
The Collar 185
Jordan (I) 186
Jordan (II) 186
Church Monuments 187
Love (III) 188
RICHARD CRASHAW 188
The flaming Heart 190
HENRY VAUGHAN 193
Peace 194
The World 194
"They are all gone into the world of light!" 196
Cock-Crowing 197
THOMAS TRAHERNE 199
Shadows in the Water 199
JOHN MILTON 201
Sonnets 208
XVII: "When I consider how my light is spent," 208
XVIII: "Avenge, O Lord, thy slaughtered saints, whose bones" 209
XIX: "Methought I saw my late espous? saint" 209
LYCIDAS 210
Lycidas 217
from Paradise Lost 221
from Samson Agonistes 241
JOHN DRYDEN 243
from Religio Laici 246
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham 248
Lines on Milton 249
JOHN WILMOT, EARL OF ROCHESTER 249
A Song of a young Lady 250
ALEXANDER POPE 251
EPISTLE TO AUGUSTUS 253
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK 255
THE DUNCIAD 259
from The Dunciad 261
SAMUEL JOHNSON 265
The Vanity of Human Wishes 266
WILLIAM COLLINS 275
Ode, Written in the beginning of the Year 1746 276
Ode to Evening 276
THOMAS GRAY 278
ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD 278
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard 283
CHRISTOPHER SMART 287
from Jubilate Agno 288
WILLIAM COWPER 290
The Castaway 291
ROBERT BURNS 293
Address to the Deil 294
Holy Willie's Prayer 297
Scots Wha Hae 300
WILLIAM BLAKE 301
THE MARRIAGE OF HEAVEN AND HELL 307
SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE 308
The Sick Rose 309
The Tyger 309
Ah! Sun-flower 310
London 310
THE MENTAL TRAVELLER 311
The Mental Traveller 312
The Crystal Cabinet 315
from The Four Zoas 316
from Milton 317
from Jerusalem 319
from The Gates of Paradise 321
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 321
TINTERN ABBEY 325
Lines 326
THE LUCY POEMS 330
"Strange fits of passion have I known:" 330
"She dwelt among the untrodden ways" 331
"Three years she grew in sun and shower," 331
"A slumber did my spirit seal;" 332
"I travelled among unknown men," 333
RESOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE 333
Resolution and Independence 334
ODE: INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY FROM
RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD 338
Ode 340
The Solitary Reaper 346
THE PRELUDE 347
from The Prelude 348
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE 353
THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER 357
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner 357
KUBLA KHAN 376
Kubla Khan 376
CHRISTABEL 379
from Christabel 379
Dejection: An Ode 389
GEORGE GORDON, LORD BYRON 393
from Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, A Romaunt 396
DON JUAN 401
from Don Juan 402
On This Day I Complete My Thirty-sixth Year 407
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY 409
PROMETHEUS UNBOUND 411
Ode to the West Wind 412
The Two Spirits: An Allegory 415
from Epipsychidion 416
ADONAIS 419
Adonais 419
from Hellas 433
With a Guitar, to Jane 435
Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici 437
THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE 438
The Triumph of Life 439
JOHN KEATS 456
On the Sea 459
La Belle Dame Sans Merci 459
Ode to Psyche 461
Ode to a Nightingale 463
Ode on a Grecian Urn 465
Ode on Melancholy 466
HYPERION 467
THE FALL OF HYPERION 468
The Fall of Hyperion 469
To Autumn 482
Bright Star 483
This Living Hand 483
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR 484
[Rose Aylmer, 1779-1800] 484
Dirce 484
On His Seventy-fifth Birthday 485
THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK 485
Song by Mr. Cypress 486
The War-Song of Dinas Vawr 486
JOHN CLARE 487
from Badger 488
[John Clare] 489
I am 490
An Invite to Eternity 490
A Vision 491
Song [Secret Love] 492
GEORGE DARLEY 493
It Is Not Beauty I Demand 493
The Phoenix 495
THOMAS LOVELL BEDDOES 497
Lines 498
Song 498
Sun of the Stygian Naiades 499
WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT 500
To a Waterfowl 501
RALPH WALDO EMERSON 502
Uriel 506
Ode, Inscribed to W.H. Channing 507
Bacchus 510
Days 512
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 512
Snow-Flakes 513
The Cross of Snow 514
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls 514
The Bells of San Blas 515
EDGAR ALLAN POE 517
Israfel 518
The City in the Sea 520
JONES VERY 521
The New Birth 522
The Dead 522
HENRY DAVID THOREAU 523
"My life has been the poem I would have writ," 523
"I am a parcel of vain strivings tied" 523
"Light-winged Smoke, Icarian bird," 525
JULIA WARD HOWE 525
Battle-Hymn of the Republic 526
`WALT WHITMAN 527
SONG OF MYSELF 530
from Song of Myself 531
As Adam Early in the Morning 549
CROSSING BROOKLYN FERRY 549
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry 551
THE "SEA-DRIFT' ELEGIES 556
from Sea-Drift 556
"Out of the cradle endlessly rocking," 556
"As I ebb'd with the ocean of life," 562
WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOM'D 564
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd 564
The Last Invocation 571
HERMAN MELVILLE 572
The Portent 573
Fragments of a Lost Gnostic Poem of the 12th Century 573
The Maldive Shark 574
EMILY DICKINSON 574
"There's a certain Slant of light," 579
"I felt a Funeral, in my Brain," 580
"From Blank to Blank? 580
"After great pain, a formal feeling comes?" 581
"I started Early?ook my Dog? 581
"This Consciousness that is aware" 582
"Our journey had advanced? 583
"The Tint I cannot take?s best? 583
"Because I could not stop for Death? 584
"My Life had stood? Loaded Gun? 584
"A Light exists in Spring" 585
"Tell all the Truth but tell it slant? 586
"In Winter in my Room" 586
"Because that you are going" 587
"A Pit?ut Heaven over it? 588
"By a departing light" 589
"I dwell in Possibility? 589
"Through what transports of Patience" 589
"We grow accustomed to the Dark? 589
"No man saw awe, nor to his house" 590
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON 591
Mariana 594
The Eagle 596
ULYSSES 596
Ulysses 597
Morte d'Arthur 599
from The Princess 606
The Splendour Falls 606
Tears, Idle Tears 606
IN MEMORIAM A.H.H. 607
from In Memoriam A.H.H. 608
from Maud: A Monodrama 634
Crossing the Bar 638
EDWARD FITZGERALD 639
The Rub?y? of Omar Khayy? 639
ROBERT BROWNING 654
My Last Duchess 658
Fra Lippo Lippi 659
A Toccata of Galuppi's 668
"CHILDE ROLAND TO THE DARK TOWER CAME" 670
"Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" 671
Andrea del Sarto 677
MATTHEW ARNOLD 684
Dover Beach 684
GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS 686
No Worst, There Is None 687
I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark 687
Thou Art Indeed Just, Lord 688
To R.B. 688
DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI 689
The Blessed Damozel 690
Sestina (after Dante) 694
from The House of Life 695
Willowwood 695
The Orchard-Pit 696
CHRISTINA ROSSETTI 697
Goblin Market 697
Song 711
Remember 711
Passing Away 712
A Birthday 713
Up-Hill 713
WILLIAM MORRIS 714
Near Avalon 714
A Garden by the Sea 715
ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE 716
August 717
At a Month's End 718
EMILY BRONT?/TD> 722
Stanzas
723
Last Lines
724
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING 725
A Musical Instrument
726
EDWARD LEAR 727
The Owl and the Pussy-Cat
727
The Jumblies
728
The Courtship of the Yongby-Boughy-B?/TD>
731
The Floating Old Man
734
LEWIS CARROLL 734
The Hunting of the Snark
734
The Mad Gardener's Song
753
A Pig Tale
755
The Walrus and the Carpenter
757
GEORGE MEREDITH 761
from Modern Love
761
A Ballad of Past Meridian
762
RUDYARD KIPLING 763
The Vampire
763
The Way Through the Woods
764
WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS 765
The Song of Wandering Aengus
766
Adam's Curse
767
The Cold Heaven
768
THE SECOND COMING
769
The Second Coming
770
The Wild Swans at Coole
770
The Double Vision of Michael Robartes
771
LIONEL JOHNSON 773
The Dark Angel
774
ERNEST DOWSON 776
Non sum quails eram bonae sub regno Cynarae
776
THOMAS HARDY 777
Neutral Tones
778
The Darkling Thrush
778
During Wind and Rain
779
Moments of Vision
780
Afterwards
781
ROBERT BRIDGES 782
London Snow
782
Nightingales
783
D.H. LAWRENCE 784
Medlars and Sorb-Apples
786
The Song of a Man Who Has Come Through
787
Tortoise Shout
788
Snake
791
The Ship of Death
793
Bavarian Gentians
796
Shadows
797
A.E. HOUSMAN 798
from A Shropshire Lad
799
from Last Poems
799
WILFRED OWEN 801
Futility
802
Strange Meeting
802
Anthem for Doomed Youth
803
EDWARD THOMAS 804
Liberty
804
The Owl
805
The Gallows
806
ISAAC ROSENBERG 807
Returning, We Hear the Larks
807
A Worm Fed on the Heart of Corinth
808
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON 808
Luke Havergal
809
For a Dead Lady
810
Eros Turannos
811
STEPHEN CRANE 812
from War Is Kind
813
TRUMBULL STICKNEY 814
Mnemosyne
814
Eride, V
815
ROBERT FROST 817
After Apple-Picking
818
The Wood-Pile
819
The Oven Bird
820
Birches
820
Putting in the Seed
822
Design
822
Never Again Would Birds' Song Be the Same
822
Directive
823
WALLACE STEVENS 825
Sunday Morning
826
Domination of Black
829
Nomad Exquisite
830
The Man Whose Pharynx Was Bad
831
The Snow Man
831
Tea at the Palaz of Hoon
832
The Idea of Order at Key West
832
The Poems of Our Climate
834
The Auroras of Autumn
835
The Course of a Particular
842
Of Mere Being
842
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS 843
Queen-Anne's-Lace
852
The Widow's Lament in Springtime
852
from Spring and All
853
EZRA POUND 857
A Pact
862
Planh for the Young English King
866
ELINOR WYLIE 867
Wild Peaches
867
H.D. (HILDA DOOLITTLE) 869
Orchard
875
Garden
876
ROBINSON JEFFERS 877
Shine, Perishing Republic
877
Apology for Bad Dreams
878
MARIANNE MOORE 881
Marriage
889
T.S. (THOMAS STEARNS) ELIOT 896
THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED PRUFROCK
897
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
897
PRELUDES AND LA FIGLIA CHE FIANCE
901
Preludes
902
La Figlia Che Piange
903
THE WASTE LAND
904
The Waste Land
905
JOHN CROWE RANSOM 916
Here Lies a Lady
917
Captain Carpenter
917
Blue Girls
919
CONRAD AIKEN 920
from Morning Song of Senlin
921
And in the Hanging Gardens
923
Sea Holly
925
Preludes for Memnon
926
EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY 929
"If I should learn, in some quite casual way,"
929
LOUISE BOGAN 930
Women
931
Men Loved Wholly Beyond Wisdom
931
JOHN BROOKS WHEELWRIGHT 932
Fish Food
932
Come Over and Help Us
933
L?NIE ADAMS 935
April Mortality
936
The Horn
937
Grapes Making
937
Bell Tower
938
ALLEN TATE 939
Aeneas at Washington
940
The Mediterranean
941
HART CRANE 942
Repose of Rivers
944
Voyages
945
At Melville's Tomb
949
from The Bridge
949
To Brooklyn Bridge
950
The Tunnel
951
Atlantis
955
The Broken Tower
957
Index of Poets 961
Index of Poem Titles 965
Permissions 971

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