Ramsay, Allan
March 2007
Contemporary Review;Spring2007, Vol. 289 Issue 1684, p70
The article focuses on English poetry. The author examines the history of English poetry. The author discusses the themes in English poetry, including the English countryside and the Protestant religion. Various poets are discussed as well as volumes of English poetry including "Palgrave's Golden Treasury."


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