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Narrative and Lyric Poems for use in the Lower School - Exploring Vintage Poetic Diversity for Young Minds - cover

Narrative and Lyric Poems for use in the Lower School - Exploring Vintage Poetic Diversity for Young Minds

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Wordsworth, William Edmondstoune Aytoun, Elizabeth Barret Browning, Thomas Babington Macaulay

Publisher: Good Press

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At the heart of 'Narrative and Lyric Poems for use in the Lower School' lies a rich tapestry of poetic voices, spanning a wide array of themes, from the pastoral and idyllic to the historic and heroic. This collection, meticulously curated for younger readers, showcases the diversity of literary styles from narrative to lyric, creating a vibrant anthology that invites exploration into the depths of English literature. The inclusion of seminal works from the 19th century highlights the enduring appeal and educational value of these poets, offering readers a glimpse into the literary landscape of the period. The contributing authors, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Wordsworth, William Edmondstoune Aytoun, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Thomas Babington Macaulay, each bring their unique historical and cultural perspectives to the anthology. Their collective works reflect the rich tapestry of the 19th century's literary movements, from Romanticism to the early stirrings of Victorian literature. The diversity of their backgrounds and writings provides a comprehensive overview of the periods literary ethos, offering insights into the broader cultural and historical contexts that shaped their work. This anthology is an invaluable resource for young readers keen to explore the multifaceted world of English literature. It presents a unique opportunity to engage with the works of some of the most influential poets of the 19th century, within a single volume. For educators, students, and lovers of poetry, this collection serves not only as an introduction to the literary giants of the past but also as a platform for dialogue between the era's diverse poetical voices. Its educational value, coupled with the breadth of themes and styles covered, makes it an essential addition to any lower school curriculum or personal library.
Available since: 08/12/2023.
Print length: 109 pages.

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