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Harvard Classics Volume 41 - English Poetry 2: Collins To Fitzgerald - cover

Harvard Classics Volume 41 - English Poetry 2: Collins To Fitzgerald

Anonymous, Henry James, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, James Hogg, Elizabeth Barret Browning, John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Samuel Johnson, Robert Southey, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Walter Savage Landor, Aubrey De Vere, Charles Lamb, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, William Wordsworth, Thomas Moore, William Blake, Thomas Hood, Thomas Campbell, John Logan, William Collins, Cathy Ross, Charles Wolf, Thomas Chatterton, Matt Fitzgerald, George Gordon, William Cowper, John Collins, John Dunlop, Samuel Rogers, Christopher Smart, Hartley Coleridge, Allan Cunningham, Jane Elliott, William Jones, George Darley, Silver Deer Classics, George Sewell, Alison Rutherford Cockburn, Charles Dibdin, Robert Graham of Gartmore, Adam Austin, Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Isobel Pagan, Lady Anne Lindsay, Carolina Oliphant Nairne, John Skinner, Michael Bruce, George Halket, William Hamilton of Bangour, Hector MacNeil, Susanna Blamire, Robert Tannahill, William Lisle Bowles, Robert Surtees, J. Campbell, James Henry Leigh Hunt, Joseph Blanco White, Hugh Miller, Helen Selina Dufferin, Charles Tennyson Turner, Samuel Ferguson

Publisher: Oregan Publishing

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