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Casey at the Bat

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Ernest Lawrence Thayer


LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of Casey at the Bat by Ernst Lawrence Thayer. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for Decemb…

Amor y Gloria (The Bride of Triermain)

Read by Victor Villarraza


Sir Walter Scott


The Bride of Triermain es un poema narrativo en tres cantos escrito por Sir Walter Scott, publicado anónimamente en 1813. Situado en …

Sohrab and Rustum: An Episode

Read by Thomas A. Copeland


Matthew Arnold


A young soldier born among Tartars but sired by the mighty Persian lord Rustum, serves in the Tartar army, seeking his great father. To this…

The Ring and the Book

Read by Tony Oliva


Robert Browning


"Better translate--"A Roman murder-case: "Position of the entire criminal cause "Of Guido Franceschini, nobleman, "…

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto IV

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George Gordon, Lord Byron


Childe Harold's Pilgrimage is a lengthy narrative poem in four parts written by Lord Byron. It was published between 1812 and 1818 and is de…

The Bridal of Triermain

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Sir Walter Scott


Scott's The Bridal of Triermain is a rhymed, romantic, narrative poem which weaves together elements of popular English legend using dramati…

The Siege of Corinth

Read by Nathan


George Gordon, Lord Byron


In this moving poem, Byron recounts the final, desperate resistance of the Venetians on the day the Ottoman army stormed Acrocorinth: reveal…

Fairy Realm: A Collection Of The Favourite Old Tales Told in Verse

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Tom Hood


Here are five of the most loved Fairy Tales retold in verse by the English humourist and writer, Tom Hood (1835 - 1874). The tales are; The …

Impresiones y paisajes

Read by Epachuko


Federico García Lorca


Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de …

The Song of Hugh Glass

Read by Nathan


John Neihardt


This poem tells a story that begins in 1823 - just after the Leavenworth campaign against the Arikara Indians - and follows an expedition of…

The Battle of Marathon

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning


The Battle of Marathon is a rhymed, dramatic, narrative-poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Written in 1820, it retells powerfully The Battl…

Jim of the Hills - A Story in Rhyme

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C. J. Dennis


Jim, an axe-man for a sawmill, who is a hard-knuckled, two-fisted fighting man when he has to be, but is shy around women, longs to find a w…

The Borough

Read by David Wales


George Crabbe


English village life and villagers in the east of England in the late 1700’s and early 1800s—is the subject of The Borough. George Crabbe …

The Last Buccaneer

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Thomas Babington Macaulay


LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of The Last Buccaneer by Thomas Babbington Macaulay. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for …

Mein blaues Buch

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Hermann Löns


Mein blaues Buch ist eine Sammlung von Balladen und Romanzen, welche 1909 erschien. Löns war leidenschaftlicher Jäger und gerne in…

Poems

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T. S. Eliot


This collection of 24 contains some of T. S. Eliot's earlier work. This collection contains poems in English as well as some completely in …

Digger Smith

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C. J. Dennis


“Digger Smith” is a series of narrative poems about an Australian soldier coming home in the closing months of the Great War minus a leg and…

Poetic Trios

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Various


We selected some of our favourite poets for this collection, including Dante, Fitzgerald, Keats, Barrett Browning, Lear, Carroll, Milton, Mo…

The World's Best Poetry, Volume 7: Descriptive and Narrative (Part 2)

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Various


The seventh of ten volumes of poetry edited by Canadian poet laureate Bliss Carman (1861-1929). This collection, the second of two parts, co…

Venus and Adonis (Version 2)

Read by Thomas A. Copeland


William Shakespeare


Both Ovid and Spenser also treat this ancient myth, but Spenser alters the ending, converting the tale into an archetype of fulfilled love, …

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