Art of the Sonnet

ISBN-10: 0674061802

ISBN-13: 9780674061804

Edition: 2010

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List price: $22.50
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 10/15/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Stephen Burt is assistant professor of English at Macalester College. He is the author of Randall Jarrell and His Ageand Popular Music, a collection of poems. His reviews and essays on poetry have appeared in several journals, including the Boston Review, London Review of Books, and the Times Literary Supplement.

David Mikics is John and Rebecca Moores Professor of English at the University of Houston.

How To Use These Sonnets
"Whoso list to hunt" Thomas Wyatt (1557)
"Norfolk sprang thee" Henry Howard Earl of Surrey (1557)
"That self same tongue" george gascoigne (1573)
Astrophel and Stella 45 sir philip Sidney (written 1582)
Ruines of Rome 3 edmund spenser, original joachim du bellay (1591)
Delia 38
Amoretti 78 edmund spenser (1595)
Caelica 7 Fulke-greville, Lord - brooke (probably written 1590s)
Sonnet 2 william Shakespeare (1609)
Sonnet 68 william Shakespeare (1609)
Sonnet 116 william Shakespeare (1609)
Pamphilia to Amphilnthus 46 lady mary wroth (1621)
"At the round earths imagined corners" john donne (probably written 1615-1633)
"Oh, to vex me, contraries meet in one" john donne (probably written 1615-1633)
"Redemption" george Herbert (1633)
"Prayer (I)" george Herbert (1633)
"On the Late Massacre in Piedmont"
"Methought I saw my late espoused saint"
Sappho and Phaon 24
"Huge vapours brood above the clifted shore"
Charlotte Smith (1798)
"London, 1802" william wordsworth (1802)
"Surprised by Joy" william wordsworth (1815)
"On Seeing the Elgin Marbles" john keats (1817)
"Four seasons fill the measure of the year"
"England in 1819" percy bysshe shelley (written 1819-1820)
"Work without Hope" samuel taylor Coleridge (written 1825)
"SwordyWell" John clare (probably written 1820s)
"Mysterious Night" Joseph blanco white (written 1827)
"To-morrow" henry wadsworth Longfellow, original
"The Fish, the Man, and the Spirit" leigh hunt (1836)
"The Columbine" jones very (1839)
"Written in Emerson's Essays" matthew arnold (written 1844)
Sonnets from the Portuguese 28
Sonnets, Third Series 6
Modern Love 50
"I know not why, but all this weary day"
Brother and Sister7 and 8
For a Venetian Pastoral"
"A Superscription"
"The Cross of Snow"
Later Life 17
"The New Colossus"
"As kingfishers catch fire"
"Thou art indeed just"
"Mr. Lykaion"
"Nests in Elms"
"Archaic Torso of Apollo"
"A Church Romance" Thomas hardy (1909)
"Mowing" Robert Frost (1913)
"Bluebeard" Edna st. vincent millay (1917)
"On Somme"
"Nomad Exquisite"
"Leda and the Swan"
"To Emily Dickinson"
"At the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem"
"The Castle ofThorns"
"No Swan So Fine"
"Single Sonnet"
In Time of'War 27
"Never Again Would Birds' Song Be the Same" Robert Frost (1948)
"The Illiterate"
The Sonnets 44
'To a Winter Squirrel"
'Paradise Saved"
Autumn Testament 27
"Staring at the Sea on the Day of the Death of Another"
"The Morning Moon"
"National Trust"
An Apology for the Revival of Christian Architecture in England 7
Glanmore Sonnets I
"The Cormorant in Its Element" Amy Clampitt (1983)
"Man Walking to Work"
"Strangler Fig"
Mythologies 3
"Into the Black"
I "Party Dress for a First Born"
"in winter"
Voiced Stops 1: forrest gander (2001)
Radial Symmetry 3 Tony Lopez (2003)
"Homework Write a Sonnet. About Love?"
"Starlings, Broad Street, Trenton, 2003"
'Psalm at High Tide"
'Rest-Stop near the ltalian Border"
"corydon & alexis redux"
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