The Best Loved Poems of the American People

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Hazel Felleman
Doubleday, 1960 - 670 pages
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These are the best loved poems of the American people -- poems that have delighted generations and entertained millions, whether recited in classrooms or enjoyed quietly at home by the fire. Included in the over 575 perennial works are all-time favorites.

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I'm reading this for a character of mine who likes to quote poems and saying all the time, and so in order to write him properly I have to have a wealth of poems at hand, and these are beautiful. I ... Read full review

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This is my favority anthology so far! I collect anthologies and literature text books. This contains many of favorites to come. Easy reading and comprehension. Perhaps this would make a good intro to poetry for teens and younger ones Read full review

Contents

Sonnet from the Portuguese
3
At Nightfall
6
Walk Slowly
9
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