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by James Fenton

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  • ISBN 0571218148
  • ISBN13 978-0571218141
  • Language English
  • Author James Fenton
  • Publisher Faber & Faber (November 2, 2006)
  • Pages 496
  • Formats mbr lrf rtf lrf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Poetry
  • Size ePub 1877 kb
  • Size Fb2 1944 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 477

Now for the new millennium comes an entirely new edition, personally selected and introduced by James Fenton, a Whitbread-winning poet himself, rightly famed for his own love poetry. Organised according to poets, rather than subjects, the edition celebrates love poetry originating in the English language, from Wyatt to the present day. It includes blues lyrics, American folk poetry, Elizabethan lyrics, Broadway songs, and a full range of poetic styles from the aristocratic to the popular. Eminently readable and engaging, "The New Faber Book of Love Poetry" presents some of the most emotive and memorable lyric poems produced in the English language from the Renaissance to the present day.

James Fenton, a Whitbread-winning poet praised for his own love poetry, gathers together the best lyric poems .

James Fenton, a Whitbread-winning poet praised for his own love poetry, gathers together the best lyric poems .

Ranging from the sixteenth century to the present day, "The New Faber Book of Love Poems" contains a fantastic mix of classics and popular favourites, as well as blues lyrics, American folk poetry, Elizabethan lyrics and Broadway songs. There are poems by men about women, women about men, men about men and women about women - in short, something for everyone, and a must-have for everyone's bookshelf.

James Fenton dispenses with chronology and excludes many old favourites from The New Faber Book of Love Poems, but his anthology of love poetry is still a remarkable and essential collection, says Adam Phillips. James Fenton dispenses with chronology and excludes many old favourites from The New Faber Book of Love Poems, but his anthology of love poetry is still a remarkable and essential collection, says Adam Phillips. Sat 11 Nov 2006 2. 9 EST First published on Sat 11 Nov 2006 2. 9 EST.

Browse through James Fenton's poems and quotes. Looking into the vase, into the calyx, into the water drop, Looking into the throat of the flower, at the pollen stain, I can see the ambush love sprung once in the summery wood. I can see the casualties where they lay, till they set forth again. 5 poems of James Fenton. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. I can see the lips, parted first in surprise, parted in desire, Smile now as a silence falls on the yellow-dappled ride For each thinks the other can hear each receding thought On each receding tide.

Publisher: Faber and Faber. Brand new book! Shipped within 24-48 hours. Normal delivery time is 5-12 days. Publish date: 02/07/2008.

Ranging from the sixteenth century to the present day, The New Faber Book of Love Poems contains a fantastic mix of classics and popular favourites, as well as blues lyrics, American folk poetry, Elizabethan lyrics and Broadway songs. Ranging from the sixteenth century to the present day, The New Faber Book of Love Poems contains a fantastic mix of classics and popular favourites, as well as blues lyrics, American folk poetry, Elizabethan lyrics and Broadway songs.

There are poems by men about women, women about men, men about men and women about women - in short, something for everyone, and a must-have for everyone's bookshelf

Publisher: Faber and Faber ISBN 13: 9780571218141. Title: The New Faber Book of Love Poems Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book.

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2012 Yellow Tulips: Poems 1968–2011. "James Fenton - London Evening Standard". 2012 The Orphan of Zhao, adaptation of the classic Chinese play for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Various Poets, James Fenton.