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Shakespeare Sonnet 29

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William Shakespeare

LibriVox volunteers bring you 32 recordings of Sonnet 29 by William Shakespeare. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for April 23, 2019…

Mother and Daughter

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Augusta Webster

Uncompleted at her death, Augusta Webster's posthumously published sonnet sequence Mother and Daughter celebrates the relationship between a…

Sonnets to a Lover

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Myrtle Reed

This is a book of poetry by Myrtle Reed. Ms. Reed is most famous for her love stories such as A Spinner in the Sun and Old Rose and Silver, …

Sonnets from the Portuguese (version 3)

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Sonnets from the Portuguese chronicles the deeply personal stages of courtship. (Summary by Newgatenovelist)

Gedichte der Gefangenen – Ein Sonettenkreis

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Ernst Toller

Ernst Toller war mit seinen Dramen einer der maßgeblichen Vertreter des literarischen Expressionismus in der Weimarer Republik. Wegen …


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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…

Sonnet on a Wet Summer

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John Codrington Bampfield

LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of "Sonnet on a Wet Summer" by John Codrington Bampfield. This was the weekly poem for…

Sonnets from the Crimea

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Adam Mickiewicz

Adam Mickiewicz is considered one of the greatest of Polish poets. Sonnets from the Crimea was composed during a trip to that region in 1825…

A Selection from the Sonnets of William Wordsworth

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William Wordsworth

This is a very impressive collection of some of the best sonnets from the pen of the incomparable William Wordsworth. The appreciation that …

The Sonnets

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Julia Caroline Dorr

This is a collection of Julia Caroline Dorr's Sonnets, from her collected poems. - Summary by Carolin

The Lilt of Life

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Zora Cross

Published in 1918, Zora Cross’s book of poems, The Lilt of Life, was her third book of verse, and, like her earlier works, largely focused o…

A Calendar of Sonnets (Version 2)

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Helen Hunt Jackson

Helen Hunt Jackson is probably most famous for her work on behalf of Native Americans’ rights. However, this short volume presents a sonnet …


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Jacob Winkler Prins

Jacob Winkler Prins reisde veel en was een schilder. Hij besteedde veel tijd aan heide-ontginning op de Veluwe, om bloemen en planten te kun…


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James Russell Lowell

James Russell Lowell's extensive poetic work also includes a series of Sonnets. Some of those have already been included in the volumes Earl…


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Cordelia Ray

Cordelia Ray was a Black author and teacher. This volume contains 12 of her poems and was first published in 1893. - Summary by Newgatenovel…

Die Sonette an Ead

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Anton Wildgans

Dieses Hörbuch enthällt 30 Sonette, die aufeinander aufbauend eine sehnsuchtsvolle Liebe schildern. Anton Wildgans galt als sehr …

Modern Love

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George Meredith

This is a 50-poem sequence of 16-line sonnets, divided into 10 sections. It has been called "a novelette in sonnet form". The auth…

Sonnet 38 from The Growth of Love

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Robert Bridges

LibriVox volunteers bring you 21 recordings of Sonnet 38 from The Growth of Love by Robert Bridges. This was the Weekly Poetry project for A…


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Edna St. Vincent Millay

It has been observed that within the narrow confines of a sonnet the mind can turn around but cannot take flight. Some of Millay’s sonnets, …


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Richard Lovelace

"Lucasta" is of Latin origin meaning "Pure Light". Besides the dedication of the first poem to his wife, Anne Lovelace, …

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