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Wuthering Heights

March 27th, 2010 · No Comments

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North

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Love

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The Passionate Shepherd To His Love

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I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud/Daffodils

March 27th, 2010 · 3 Comments

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La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad

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She Walks in Beauty

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Complaint of the Absence of Her Lover Being upon the Sea

October 14th, 2007 · 2 Comments

DAVID KRONEMYER: Old editions of poetry books are interesting because they anthologize poems that frequently are omitted from modern editions. Sometimes these poems are better than their successors. Furthermore, in their selections, these musty volumes encapsulate the mood of their times – like old history books, in a way, that tell you more about the [...]

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Ozymandias

October 2nd, 2007 · No Comments

DAVID KRONEMYER: “Ozymandias” is hands-down the best poem in the English language. Pithy, concise, sardonic, ironic, expressive – whatever your mode of discourse, it’s got it covered. It therefore was a natural for the “Tyger and Other Tales” project. The arrangement is supposed to be evocative, suggesting a desert caravan at first, but struggling and [...]

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The Lady of Shalott

June 3rd, 2007 · 2 Comments

DAVID KRONEMYER: “The Lady of Shalott” is a Victorian poem by the English poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–1892). It recasts Arthurian subject matter, loosely based on medieval sources, and takes up themes that would become more fully realized in “Idylls of the King” (Wikipedia). I was mesmerized by this poem back in high school (circa [...]

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Tyger

April 6th, 2007 · 5 Comments

DAVID KRONEMYER: Back when I was in high school, I had an idea, which was to take some English romantic poetry, and set it to music. Yes, we were so much younger then. I worked the whole thing up, but then, due to the pressures of other events, set it aside. My daughter Lauren avows [...]

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