Author's Name: Mitchell Juliette
Mitchell was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1940, and then moved to England in 1944, where she stayed with her grandparents in the midlands. She attended St Anne's College, Oxford, where she received a degree in English in 1962, as well as doing postgraduate work. She taught English literature from 1962 to 1970 at Leeds University and Reading University. Throughout the 1960s, Mitchell was active in leftist politics, and was on the editorial committee of the journal, New Left Review.
Love is one of the most enduring themes of literature, and now the Collectors Library brings you a classic collection of firm favorites, poems half-remembered from our schooldays, and other notable and beautiful verses that have stood the test of time. Love poems speak to us in a host of different ways: from Sappho and Horace through Shakespeare, Donne, Barrett-Browning and Dickinson, to Kipling and Yeats. Here is a book to lead us deep into the heart of this most universal and yet deeply personal emotion, and a book to dip into time and time again.
- Publisher's Name: Mitchell Juliette
- Publish Year: 2014
- Binding: Hb
- Subject: Poetry
- Hardcover: 320 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1909621102
- ISBN-13: 978-1909621107
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