The Poetry of July

  • by William Shakespeare, John Keats, Emily Dickenson, Walt Whitman, Alexander Pope
  • Narrated by Richard Mitchley, Ghizela Rowe
  • 0 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

July - the seventh month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, and summer is a rich harvest of colours and sights. Poets of the calibre of Shakespeare, Keats, Pope, Whitman, and Tennyson describe and marshall their thoughts for our delight.
The tracks are:

July - An Introduction
July 2nd 1863, by Tom Reynolds
America, From the National Ode, July 4th 1876, by James Bayard Taylor
4th July 1882, Malines, Midnight, by James Kenneth Stephen
Fourth of July, by Julia A Moore
July 4th 1857, by Alfred Gibbs Campbell
Ode for July 4th 1917, by H P Lovecraft
Ode for the 4th of July, by James Monroe Whitfield
Sonnet LVII - Summit of Skiddaw, July 7th 1838, by Henry Alford
July 9th 1872, by Abram Joseph Ryan
London in July, by Amy Levy
St Martins Summer, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Summer, by Alexander Pope
L' Envoi (An Extract), by Rudyard Kipling
Broadway, New York, July 1916, by George Sterling
In This Summer, by Daniel Sheehan
A July Afternoon by the Pond, by Walt Whitman
On the Grasshopper and Cricket, by John Keats
Shall I Compare Thee to a Summers Day (Sonnet 18), by William Shakespeare
On My Son's Return Out of England, July 17th 1661, by Anne Bradstreet
Sonnet, July 18th 1787, by William Lisle Bowles
Verses Upon the Burning of Our House, July 18th 1666, by Anne Bradstreet
Sonnet at Dover Cliffs, July 20th 1787, by William Lisle Bowles
Summer Sun, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Sonnet at Ostend, July 22nd 1787, by William Lisle Bowles
Between the Dusk of Summer, by William Ernest Henley
Summer Night, by Alfred Lord Tennyson
The School Boy, by William Blake
Answer July, by Emily Dickinson
Written in July, by Samuel Rogers
From My Diary, July 1914, by Wilfred Owen


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-16-2011
  • Publisher: The Copyright Group