The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ]


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  1. says: Read The Poetry of Birds The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] Simon Armitage ↠ 9 characters

    The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] I’m amazed the editors could publish a 300 page anthology of English language bird poems and omit Mary Oliver especially her poem “Wild Geese” For me the book suffers a bit from the usual problem of anthologies that lean too much on centuries’ dead male poets John Clare apparently wrote bird poems than anyone but I didn’t relish reading so many archaic poems or so many romantics with all their excl

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    The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] As the editors mentions in their afterword birds are the creatures we see or hear most often in our lives The poets featured are from the UK Ireland and the US John Clare's work appears most often; as the poems

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    The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] Simon Armitage ↠ 9 characters After a run of prize winning slim volumes by individual poets it was good to come to a substantial anthology on a single concrete topic Yay I thought I am going to know roughly what these are all about and once I'd realised

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    The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] Read Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Simon Armitage Simon Armitage ↠ 9 characters DNF stopped at page 125Sorry lost the will to live a bit with this one Thought it might be a nice dip into every evening for some nice poems about birdies Maybe my taste in poetry is hallmark card who knows? Anyway way too many poems with big words that I didn't know the meaning of sorry I'm not grabbing a dictionary to decipher some poets showing off A few lines from a handful of poems stuck with me but too few to carry on and w

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    The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] Read Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Simon Armitage Simon Armitage ↠ 9 characters A fine anthology by the new Poet Laureate As with any anthology a reader can take issue with what is in and what is out S

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    The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] A compilation of mostly mediocre poems many racist with at times interesting facts stored in the backI don't understand why racism was

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    Simon Armitage ↠ 9 characters The Poetry of Birds [E–pub READ] Interesting book as the title clearly says a collection of avian poetry If your interested in the probably the most observed of wildlife around us and perhaps only a smidgin of interest in poetry like myself then this should prove time well spent The background info and footnotes add to the flavour too It’s one you can pick up and put down at anytime

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The Poetry of Birds Read & Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ction of works old and new' Independent on Sunday'Truly inexhaustible to be read again and again' Daily Mail 'A rich and sustaining larder a marvellously realized sourcebook of flights of. DNF stopped at page 125Sorry lost the will to live a bit with this one Thought it might be a nice dip into every evening for some nice poems about birdies Maybe my taste in poetry is hallmark card who knows Anyway way too many poems with big words that I didn t know the meaning of sorry I m not grabbing a dictionary to decipher some poets showing off A few lines from a handful of poems stuck with me but too few to carry on and what s with the poem about the feral teens grabbing some bird from it s nest and kicking it around Just no I wanted twee relaxing birdie poems to see me off to sleep not stuff to make me angry or my brain ache

Read Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Simon ArmitageThe Poetry of Birds

The Poetry of Birds Read & Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Feathered fancy' Guardian 'A life affirming celebration of the commonplace yet enduringly mysterious creatures we share this world with and the poetry they have inspired' Daily Telegraph. A fine anthology by the new Poet Laureate As with any anthology a reader can take issue with what is in and what is out So Adlestrop that tedious anthology piece is included for one line And for that minute a blackbird sang Hardly a penetrating view of bird song And not a single line by Shakespeare Then again Gunn s marvellous Patchwork is included which shows that Armitage has been birdwatching off the beaten track The real bird gems come from John Clare who is worth than dreamy Keats and waffly Wordsworth to the bird lover

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The Poetry of Birds Read & Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub A STUNNING COLLECTION OF POEMS CURATED BY THE NEW POET LAUREATE AND THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF FOUR FIELDS 'Some of the most ethereal verse ever written' Sunday Telegraph 'A glorious colle. I m amazed the editors could publish a 300 page anthology of English language bird poems and omit Mary Oliver especially her poem Wild Geese For me the book suffers a bit from the usual problem of anthologies that lean too much on centuries dead male poets John Clare apparently wrote bird poems than anyone but I didn t relish reading so many archaic poems or so many romantics with all their exclamation points and zealous bliss Despite this failing I was surprised how much I enjoyed the book It did include contemporary even American poets and a handful of women The editors wanted a historic overview while I wanted a modern approachIncluded were many poems I expected to see Ode to a Nightingale by Keats an excerpt from The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner by Cooleridge Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird by Wallace Stevens and Hope is the thing with feathers by Dickinson probably my favorite poem in the book although its birds are metaphorical Also absent Poe s The Raven Most of the poems I had never readTed Hughes is credited with bringing English poets back to the birds so the collection features ten poems by him I particularly enjoyed how he captured what most of us think of as the nasty personality of starlings in Starlings Have Come Tumbling the sparrows with a drop kick A Satanic hoodlum a cross eyed bossBlack body crammed with hot rubiesAnd Anthrax under your nails Some other favorites are The Blue Booby by James Tate a charming account of mating rituals The Blinded Bird by Thomas Hardy and The Sandpiper by Elizabeth Bishop I was also fascinated that Bishop s name was mentioned in two other poems Hardy paid homage to Shelley in Shelly s Skylark Though it only lived like another birdAnd knew not its immortality

  • Paperback
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  • The Poetry of Birds
  • Simon Armitage
  • English
  • 25 July 2018
  • 9780141027111