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Posthumous poems

Algernon Charles Swinburne

Posthumous poems

by Algernon Charles Swinburne

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Edmund Gosse; C.B. and Thomas James Wise.
ContributionsGosse, Edmund, 1849-1928., Wise, Thomas J. 1859-1937.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17130179M

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The final Inspector Morse novel, The Remorseful Day, by Colin Dexter, which came out in , took its title from one of the poems included in this posthumous volume, and the poem – untitled, like the majority of Housman’s poems, but beginning with the words ‘How clear, how lovely bright’ – was included as epigraph to the novel. Or. The resulting book is an invaluable literary document whose language and insights are fresh, startling, and eloquent. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY SEP 1, Intended as a companion volume to Stevens's Collected Poems, the Opus Posthumous miscellany (first issued in ) contains some of his deepest poetic ruminations on the imagination and the limits.

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It included many poems missing from Stevens's Collected Poems, along with Stevens's characteristically inventive prose and pieces for the theater. Now Milton J. Bates, the author of the acclaimed Wallace Stevens: A Mythology of Self, has.

About Opus Posthumous. When Opus Posthumous first appeared init was an appropriate capstone to the career of one of the most important writers of the twentieth century. It included many poems missing from Stevens’s Collected Poems, along with Stevens’s characteristically inventive prose and pieces for the theater.

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