Greek Poetry, Modern

Books in the Greek Poetry, Modern genre

Poetry is there with us to smooth over the bad times, and celebrate the good times. It allows us an intimate look into the human experience of love, death, war, family and friendships. From Siegfried Sassoon's poems about war written on the battlefield in 1917, to Sylvia Plath's poems about the darkness of motherhood in the 1950s, we understand the inner workings of other people's minds. Reread the world's best loved poems by William Blake, Emily Dickinson, William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Marge Piercy, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and John Keats. Then explore our translated poetry collections from around the world, including Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Chinese.

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