Single Author Collections

The Lady of the Barge

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W. W. Jacobs


Another collection of short stories, a mixture of the humorous and the horrifying all with unexpected twists - Summary by Inkell

The Miniature

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George Pope Morris


George Pope Morris was an American editor, poet, and songwriter. In addition to his publishing and editorial work, Morris was popular as a p…

A Shropshire Lad (Version 3)

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A. E. Housman


Composed while Housman was living in London, and mostly before he even visited the county of Shropshire, A Shropshire Lad is a cycle of 63 p…

Poems by Edward Thomas

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Edward Thomas


Born in 1878, Thomas published his first book when he was 18. Having married while still at university, he supported his family by writing a…

The Diwan

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Zeb-Un-Nissa


Zeb-un-Nissa was a poet and Mughal princess. This collection includes 50 of her compositions and a dedicatory poem by the translator and was…

Morgenrot! Klabund! Die Tage dämmern!

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Klabund


Klabund (eigentlich Alfred Georg Hermann „Fredi“ Henschke) legte mit seinem ersten Gedichtband den gelungener Auftakt zu einer außerge…

Four Hymns

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Edmund Spenser


Spenser explains in the dedication of this volume that the hymns to love and to beauty were written early in his career and their "heav…

Not for the Night-Time

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Theo Gift


Dorothy Boulger (1847-1923), who wrote under the pen-name Theo Gift, assembled four original short stories of supernatural and unsettling ha…

The Vision of Piers the Plowman (Warren translation)

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William Langland


William Langland’s Vision of Piers the Plowman is one of the Early English poems that may well appeal to many other readers than the profess…

Een Lent van vaerzen

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Louis Couperus


In 1884 wordt dit eerste werk van Louis Couperus gepubliceerd. In deze verzen krijgen we een voorproefje van de dromerige en poëtische …

Ventures into Verse

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H. L. Mencken


Better known for his biting satire, Mencken's first book was this small volume of verses. - Summary by Larry Wilson

Orchids

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Theodore Wratislaw


Theodore Wratislaw was a fin de siècle poet and a less famous Decadent author than some of his contemporaries.This short collection o…

Opals

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Olive Custance


At age 16, London blueblood Olive Custance already figured in literary circles shared by Oscar Wilde and John Gray. She later wrote for the …

Die eiserne Brücke – Neue Gedichte

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Paul Zech


Im ersten Teil (Das grüne Ufer; Gedichte 1-30) schreibt Paul Zech noch traditionelle Naturlyrik. Durch Liebeslyrik mit einem Hauch Erot…

Eclogae (Eclogues)

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Dante Alighieri


Dante's short correspondence in verse with Giovanni del Vergilio was only published in 1719, but is believed to have been written at some po…

Where the Pelican Builds

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Mary Hannay Foott


Mary Hannay Foott was an Australian poet and editor who is best remembered for the poem Where the pelican builds.

Sonnets

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Constance Naden


Naden's sonnets have topics as diverse as astronomy, classical mythology and Shakespeare's birthplace. This collection is taken from Naden's…

Homeward Songs by the Way

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George William Russell


George William Russell -- better known by his pen name "A.E." -- was an Irish writer, poet and mystic, a lifelong friend of Willia…

Oak and Ivy

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Paul Laurence Dunbar


"Oak and Ivy" is Paul Laurence Dunbar's first collection of poetry. He was by far the most successful Black American to write poet…

Прозрачность (Transparency)

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Vyacheslav Ivanov


...трудно найти во всей современной русской литературе книгу менее понятную... (из предисловия к одному из изданий). Экспериментальная, изоб…

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