Presents a comprehensive A to Z reference with approximately 450 entries providing facts about contemporary British poets, including their major works of poetry, concepts and movements.1913 Work Author: Walter de la Mare Many poems in Walter de la Marea#39;s early collections of poetry, Songs of Childhood (1902) and Peacock Pie: A Book of Rhymes (1913), use childrena#39;s language and topics. Yet conventional verse forms originating in ballad, nursery rhyme, or romantic lyric are used in ways that transcend the horizon of an audience of children. De la Marea#39;s decision to writeaquot; childrena#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of British Poetry|
|Author||:||James Persoon, Robert R. Watson|
|Publisher||:||Infobase Learning - 2015-04-22|