Palgrave's Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics: Book first (Elizabethan period)., Book 1

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Macmillan and Company, Limited, 1921 - 142 pages
A Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics is a popular anthology of English poetry. While the anthology was originally published in 1861, it was revised with the help of Alfred, Lord Tennyson roughly three decades later, and Palgrave excluded all poems by poets still living at that time. The anthology continues to be published in new editions with supplemental works by contemporary poets; however, it is still printed under Palgrave's name. The collection includes a variety of poets and a number of colorful illustrations by Maxfield Parrish that have become famous in their own right.

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Contents

Spring
1
It was a lover and his lass W Shakespeare
7
The Nightingale
25
Blow blow thou winter wind W Shakespeare
31
A Land Dirge
37
A Dilemma
70

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