The Seashell Anthology of Great Poetry

The Seashell Anthology of Great Poetry

Poems emphasizing the personal aspect of poetry, from Walt Whitman's vision of America to Maya Angelou's remembrances of her mother. Other poets include Sandburg, Frost, Ginsburg, Browning, Sexton, Yeats, Lowell, Levertov & more.

Title:The Seashell Anthology of Great Poetry
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780976886624
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    The Seashell Anthology of Great Poetry Reviews

  • Gary George

    Marvelous. A tonic for a bad day....

  • revcodes

    This is a diverse collection of favorite poets from Carl Sandburg to Chaucer organized into eleven interesting sections such as "Creation" and "What Lips My Lips". It's on my Kindle and even though I'...

  • Jon-Paul

    I've marked this book as read, but, really, a book like this is never truly finished. It's the kind of thing you just keep reading and if you own a Kindle this is one of the best poetry anthologies ou...

  • Jesse Field

    Inexpensive addition to your Kindle collection -- I keep this on my phone!“Like a seashell held your year, a poem resonates to the beating of your heart, matching the designs of its inner chamber to...

  • Robin Christophersen

    Loved this collection.A book I will keep and return to often. In particular, enjoyed how the poems are classified. Be sure to read the forward to understand intent of how the anthology is organized ....

  • John Cain

    I enjoyed this collection. Most of the poets I knew and some were new to me. I read the book over several weeks. I read a poem or two each morning. ...

  • Angela

    Amazing. Captivating. Beautiful. Heartbreaking. All the things....

  • Nina Meade

    I loved this selection of poems. It was wide ranging and beautiful....

  • Cynthia Oliver

    Good, not greatI would say this is average far as anthologies go. Fair selections but I've definitely read better. Good, not great....

  • Eric Steere

    Thank you Burns. There are better collections out there for sure, but I like the inclusion of so many contemporary authors, and especially glad to see a collection that isn't demonstrably politically ...