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Poems on Nature Helen Macdonald

Poems on Nature von Helen Macdonald

Poems on Nature Helen Macdonald


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Zusammenfassung

This delightful collection of nature poems is introduced by author Helen Macdonald.

Poems on Nature Zusammenfassung

Poems on Nature Helen Macdonald

The poems in Poems on Nature are divided into spring, summer, autumn and winter to reflect in verse the changes of the seasons and the passing of time.

Part of the Macmillan Collector's Library, a series of stunning, clothbound, pocket-sized classics with gold-foiled edges and ribbon markers. These beautiful books make perfect gifts or a treat for any book lover. This edition features an introduction by Helen Macdonald, author of the international bestseller, H is for Hawk.

Since poetry began, there have been poems about nature; it's a complex subject which has inspired some of the most beautiful poetry ever written. Poets from Andrew Marvell to W. B. Yeats to Emily Bronte have sought to describe the natural environment and our relationship with it. There is also a rich tradition of songs and rhymes, such as 'Scarborough Fair', that hark back to a rural way of life which may now be lost, but is brought back to life in the lyrical verses included in this collection.

Über Helen Macdonald

Helen Macdonald is a writer, poet, illustrator and naturalist, and an affiliated research scholar at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. She is the author of the bestselling H is for Hawk, as well as a cultural history of falcons, titled Falcon, and three collections of poetry, including Shaler's Fish. Macdonald was a Research Fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge, has worked as a professional falconer, and has assisted with the management of raptor research and conservation projects across Eurasia. She now writes for the New York Times Magazine.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction - i: Introduction Unit - 1: Spring Poem - 1: 'The year's at the spring' - Robert Browning Poem - 2: I so liked Spring - Charlotte Mew Poem - 3: There Will Come Soft Rains - Sara Teasdale Poem - 4: To a Snowdrop - William Wordsworth Poem - 5: February Twilight - Sara Teasdale Poem - 6: Spring - William Blake Poem - 7: Thaw - Edward Thomas Poem - 8: Spring - Christina Rossetti Poem - 9: Her Anxiety - W. B. Yeats Poem - 10: Invitation to the Country - George Meredith Poem - 11: To my Sister - William Wordsworth Poem - 12: 'Dear March - Come In -' - Emily Dickinson Poem - 13: The Lamb - William Blake Poem - 14: March - Anon Poem - 15: I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud - William Wordsworth Poem - 16: To Daffodils - Robert Herrick Poem - 17: Mothering Sunday - George Hare Leonard Poem - 18: I Watched a Blackbird - Thomas Hardy Poem - 19: Loveliest of trees - A. E. Houseman Poem - 20: The Cuckoo - Anon Poem - 21: The Cuckoo - Anon Poem - 22: The Woods and Banks - W. H. Davies Poem - 23: Little Trotty Wagtail - John Clare Poem - 24: Home Thoughts from Abroad - Robert Browning Poem - 25: On a Lane in Spring John Clare Poem - 26: Spring - Gerard Manley Hopkins Poem - 27: The Starlight Night - Gerard Manley Hopkins Poem - 28: Tall Nettles - Edward Thomas Poem - 29: 'When that I was and a little tiny boy' - William Shakespeare Poem - 30: Sonnet 98 - William Shakespeare Poem - 31: But These Things Also - Edward Thomas Poem - 32: The Argument of His Book Robert Herrick Poem - 33: The Song of Wandering Aengus - W. B. Yeats Poem - 34: A Brilliant Day - Charles Tennyson Turner Unit - 2: Summer Poem - 1: Summer - Christina Rossetti Poem - 2: The Happy Countryman - Nicholas Breton Poem - 3: A Day - Emily Dickinson Poem - 4: My Heart Leaps Up - William Wordsworth Poem - 5: The Merry Month of May - Thomas Dekker Poem - 6: 'Sumer is icumen in' - Anon Poem - 7: The Throstle - Alfred, Lord Tennyson Poem - 8: The Landrail - John Clare Poem - 9: The Lake Isle of Innisfree - W. B. Yeats Poem - 10: Seven Times One: Exultation - Jean Ingelow Poem - 11: This Lime-tree Bower my Prison - Samuel Taylor Coleridge Poem - 12: The Cow - Robert Louis Stevenson Poem - 13: The Frog - Anon. Poem - 14: Little Fish - D. H. Lawrence Poem - 15: Heaven - Rupert Brooke Poem - 16: To Make a Prairie - Emily Dickinson Poem - 17: The Unknown Bird - Edward Thomas Poem - 18: To a Skylark - Percy Bysshe Shelley Poem - 19: Trees - Joyce Kilmer Poem - 20: The Sweet o' the Year - George Meredith Poem - 21: Ladybird! Ladybird! - Emily Bronte Poem - 22: Daisies - Christina Rossetti Poem - 23: Where the Bee Sucks - William Shakespeare Poem - 24: The Gardener - Anon Poem - 25: The Cries of London - Anon Poem - 26: Scarborough Fair - Anon Poem - 27: from A Midsummer Night's Dream - William Shakespeare Poem - 28: Summer Dawn - William Morris Poem - 29: Careless Rambles - John Clare Poem - 30: A Green Cornfield - Christina Rossetti Poem - 31: The Caterpillar - Christina Rossetti Poem - 32: To a Butterfly - William Wordsworth Poem - 33: Adlestrop - Edward Thomas Poem - 34: Fly Away, Fly Away Over the Sea - Christina Rossetti Poem - 35: Epitaph on a Hare - William Cowper Poem - 36: A London Plane-Tree - Amy Levy Poem - 37: In the Fields - Charlotte Mew Poem - 38: Meeting at Night - Robert Browning Unit - 3: Autumn Poem - 1: To Autumn - John Keats Poem - 2: Leisure - W. H. Davies Poem - 3: from Give me the Splendid, Silent Sun - Walt Whitman Poem - 4: Pied Beauty - Gerard Manley Hopkins Poem - 5: The Glory - Edward Thomas Poem - 6: The Rainy Day - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Poem - 7: Autumn Rain - D. H. Lawrence Poem - 8: Digging - Edward Thomas Poem - 9: Autumn Fires - Robert Louis Stevenson Poem - 10: Now is the Time for the Burning of the Leaves - Laurence Binyon Poem - 11: Moonlit Apples - John Drinkwater Poem - 12: The Lane - Edward Thomas Poem - 13: The Wild Swans at Coole - W. B. Yeats Poem - 14: 'Western wind, when wilt thou blow?' - Anon. Poem - 15: Who Has Seen the Wind? - Christina Rossetti Poem - 16: from The Garden - Andrew Marvell Poem - 17: Autumn Birds - John Clare Poem - 18: The Windhover - Gerard Manley Hopkins Poem - 19: The Owl - Alfred, Lord Tennyson Poem - 20: Sweet Suffolke Owle - Anon Poem - 21: Rural Evening - Lord De Tabley Poem - 22: The Hayloft - Robert Louis Stevenson Poem - 23: The Solitary Reaper - William Wordsworth Poem - 24: To a Squirrel at Kyle-Na-No- W. B. Yeats Poem - 25: The Way through the Woods - Rudyard Kipling Poem - 26: The Fisherman's Wife - Amy Lowell Poem - 27: Sign of the Times - Paul Laurence Dunbar Poem - 28: Fall, Leaves, Fall - Emily Bronte Poem - 29: Pleasant Sounds - John Clare Poem - 30: A Noiseless, Patient Spider - Walt Whitman Poem - 31: Something Told the Wild Geese - Rachel Field Unit - 4: Winter Poem - 1: To a Mouse - Robert Burns Poem - 2: Spellbound - Emily Bronte Poem - 3: Winter-Time - Robert Louis Stevenson Poem - 4: Winter - Gerard Manley Hopkins Poem - 5: A Winter Night - William Barnes Poem - 6: Snow Storm - John Clare Poem - 7: No! - Thomas Hood Poem - 8: Sheep in Winter - John Clare Poem - 9: Snow - Edward Thomas Poem - 10: Out in the Dark - Edward Thomas Poem - 11: The Fallow Deer at the Lonely House - Thomas Hardy Poem - 12: from As You Like It - William Shakespeare Poem - 13: A Winter Bluejay - Sara Teasdale Poem - 14: Birds at Winter Nightfall - Thomas Hardy Poem - 15: The Darkling Thrush - Thomas Hardy Poem - 16: Little Robin Redbreast - Anon. Poem - 17: Frost at Midnight - Samuel Taylor Coleridge Poem - 18: Up in the Morning Early - Robert Burns Poem - 19: In Tenebris - Ford Madox Ford Poem - 20: The Holly and the Ivy - Anon. Poem - 21: The First Tree in the Greenwood - Anon. Poem - 22: The Oxen - Thomas Hardy Index - ii: Index of Poets Index - iii: Index of Titles Index - iv: Index of First Lines

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NGR9781509893805
9781509893805
1509893806
Poems on Nature Helen Macdonald
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Gebundene Ausgabe
Pan Macmillan
2019-10-03
192
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