27
Aug

D.H. Lawrence Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 27 de August de 2009 a las 09:30 am

While D.H. Lawrence is known to modern audiences primarily as a novelist and short story writer, the author’s initial forays into literature were his poems. Born in Nottinghamshire, England, in 1885, David Herbert Lawrence’s childhood was spent around the colleries of the Eastwood area, where his father and most of the other men in his […]

21
Aug

Rudyard Kipling Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 21 de August de 2009 a las 09:19 am

Few poets are more beloved by more people than Rudyard Kipling. A favorite of readers both young and old, known the world over, Rudyard Kipling’s poems – and stories – have proven both popular and evergreen. Born Joseph Rudyard Kipling in 1865, Kipling was the son of Britons born in Bombay, India. At the age […]

14
Aug

Ted Hughes Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 14 de August de 2009 a las 10:32 pm

Poet Ted Hughes stormy private life often overshadowed his poetry, giving him a notoriety that even the most readable and accessible of poets rarely achieve. Known primarily to modern audiences as Sylvia Plath‘s husband, Ted Hughes’ poetry nevertheless earned him a place as one of the foremost poets of the 20th century. Ted Hughes was […]

5
Aug

Thomas Hardy Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 5 de August de 2009 a las 04:40 pm

A failed novelist turned poet, Thomas Hardy could be called a writer’s writer, his novels and verses read more by other writers than by the public, especially during his lifetime, when the frank sexuality of his novels and the unsentimental nature of his poetry rankled the prevailing Victorian tastes of the day. Born in Dorsetshire, […]

27
Jul

Allen Ginsberg Poems

Publicado por Jeanna el 27 de July de 2009 a las 03:16 pm

Poet Allen Ginsberg was as loquacious on the subject of poetry as he was in the poetry itself, spouting streams of stream of consciousness words about poetry almost as often as capturing poetry on paper. Born in 1926 in Newark, New Jersey, Ginsberg was the son of a school-teacher father and a Communist Party member […]