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B. J. Harrison Reads The Courtship of Miles Standish Audiobook

B. J. Harrison Reads The Courtship of Miles Standish

Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Narrator: B. J. Harrison Release Date: February 2021

Miles Standish and Priscilla Mullins immigrate to America, where they meet a scholar and poet named John Alden. The two men become good friends, but they also both fall in love with Priscilla and a love triangle develops between the three of them. Miles Standish is a soldier, athletic and muscular, whilst John Alden is his complete opposite. Alden struggles, wondering whether he should listen to his heart and chose love over friendship. On the other hand, Standish has lost his wife and looks forward to proposing to Priscilla Mullins. Why did Miles and Priscilla immigrate to America? Did they know each other in advance? What will the two men do to win Priscilla's heart? Who will succeed? Will they sacrifice their friendship for love? Find all the answers in Henry Wadsworth's historical poem 'The Courtship of Miles Standish' from 1858. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 - 1882) was an American poet. He studied at the Bowdoin College and thereafter became a professor at Harvard. Wadsworth was a popular figure in his day and the first American to translate Dante Alighieri's masterpiece the 'Divine Comedy'. Some of his major works include 'Evangeline' (1847), 'Paul Revere's Ride' (1860) and 'The Song of Hiawatha' (1855).

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An Hour of Nature Poems - Volume 2 Audiobook

An Hour of Nature Poems - Volume 2

Silence is rare in Nature.When we really listen, Nature is conducting symphonies of sound as her world goes about the day and night. Her invisible heartbeat is everywhere, for everyone.Our eyes are constantly bathed in the wonder of her ways, the soft drizzle of rain from soft grey clouds, the bleached harsh desert sand of a noon day, a wave caressing the shore, to the ravenous colours of a departing sunset. Indeed, whenever we look and listen to the vastness of our world Nature's beauty is always there for us. She placates our anger, soothes our pain. Her vistas feed our hearts and souls; the world of a single flower brings a smile.In these 60 minutes nature takes us through her world of wonder.

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The Fireside Poets Audiobook

The Fireside Poets

Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Narrator: Ghizela Rowe, Gideon Wagner, Richard Mitchley Release Date: May 2020

This group of 19th Century American poets was the first to rival their British counterparts in popularity.Gathered around their New England roots they were also known as the Schoolroom or Household poets, and comprised of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Cullen Bryant, John Greenleaf Whittier, James Russell Lowell and Olivier Wendell Holmes Senior. Occasionally Ralph Waldo Emerson was included although his poetic philosophy differed in some key aspects. Each of these poets lived long and productive lives ensuring the longevity of the movement into the early 20th century. Their activities in the academic world, newspapers, the diplomatic service and lecture tours ensured they were constantly in the public eye. Their essential discipline was focused on domestic themes and morality. At the time one of the primary sources of entertainment for the family was to be gathered around the fireplace whilst poems were read.The Fireside Poets did not write for the sake of other poets or critics or for posterity. Instead they wrote for a contemporary audience of general readers. They were mass communicators. Today the Fireside Poets, along with the equivalent British poets of Victorian times, is still regarded as essential verse.

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The Poets of the 19th Century - Volume 3 Audiobook

The Poets of the 19th Century - Volume 3

This is a Century for the history books. The Chinese curse of living in interesting times could not be more suited.A small island continued its expansion across the globe bringing both good and evil in its march. Empires clashed. Revolution shook many. The Industrial Age was upon us.Poets spoke up against slavery bringing social and political pressure upon an abominable horror. It was also the Age of the Romantics; Shelley, Keats, Byron lyrically rapture. Tennyson, Arnold, Browning rode a century of sweeping change of dynamism and great verse.

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A Poem A Day. Spring - The Season in Verse Audiobook

A Poem A Day. Spring - The Season in Verse

In meteorological terms Spring begins on March 1st and runs through to May 30th. Nature transforms the landscape, colours the skies and begins her epic journey of renewal and offerings. Colour, energy and beauty all abound.Here, each and every day is celebrated with distinct and separate verse; Some poems commemorate the day it was written, others the birth or death of the writer or a particular significant moment that engages poet with date and verse. Our classic poets wax lyrical on each and every day.

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The Poetry of Death - Volume 1 Audiobook

The Poetry of Death - Volume 1

Death is a subject that few of us talk about, but many think about and more than a few of us dread. Whether it is the actual end of our life's journey or merely a transit point to Heavenly glory its actual point of impact is, obviously, life changing. But what do poets think of it? How do their minds tangle with the subject and make sense of this? That's what we thought too. Poets as rich and diverse as Longfellow, Hood, Bronte, Burns and Gilbran here share their words, thoughts and visions with us. Death is unavoidable but the journey there should be as informed and enjoyable as possible. On this Volume our readers include Richard Mitchley & Ghizela Rowe.

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The Poetry of America Audiobook

The Poetry of America

America - The Poetry Of - An Introduction. Poetry can sometimes be elusive, the real meaning layered beneath another. In this volume American Poets give voice to their Nation, their hopes and aspirations. Whitman, Emerson and Dickinson are joined by Poe, Holmes, Dunbar and others to pleasure our ears and minds with a rambling stroll through their works. It doesn't define America but it captures her mood and flavours her soul of these early times in the American dream.

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Narrative Verse  - Volume 3 Audiobook

Narrative Verse - Volume 3

Narrative Verse - Volume 3. Poetry can capture the imagination in a few short lines but Narrative Verse or Poetry takes the form of telling a story whether it be simple or complex in a longer form. Among the most ancient forms of poetry it has widespread roots through almost every culture. In Volume 3 we bring you the classics of Goblin Market - Christina Rosseti, The Wreck Of The Hesperus - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, The Raven - Edgar Allan Poe, Morte D'Arthur - Alfred Lord Tennyson and from Horatius By Thomas Babington Maculay. They are read for you by the renowned actors Sean Barrett and David Shaw-Parker.

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The Poetry of January Audiobook

The Poetry of January

January - the first month of the year in the Gregorian calendar ushers in the New Year. The cold and bleak landscape of winter however provides a rich background for our esteemed poets such as Byron, Longfellow, Cowper and Bronte to offer us their reflections and counterpoints. Among our readers are Richard Mitchley and Ghizela Rowe. The tracks are; January - An Introduction; January 1 1828 By Nathaniel Parker Willis; Written January The 1st, 1792 By Janet Little; Written January 1st 1832 By Henry Alford; Promises That Fail Their Makers Lips By Daniel Sheehan; The Old Year By John Clare; At The Entering Of The New Year By Thomas Hardy; Written During An Aurora Borealis January 7th 1831 By Henry Alford; The Meeting By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; A Sonnet Occasioned....... January 1616 By William Drummond; January 1795 By Mary Darby Robinson; A Tale Founded On A Fact Which Happened In January 1779 By William Cowper; The First Snowfall By James Russell Lowell; Arm The First Rifle Ballad, January 1852 By Martin Farquhar Tupper; On The Discoveries of Captain Lewis, January 14th 1807 By Joel Barlow; A Calendar Of Sonnets - January By Helen Hunt Jackson; Eden In Winter By Vachel Lindsay; It Is Winter By Daniel Sheehan; Sonnet 59 By Henry Alford; Snow Flakes By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Work Without Hope By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Snow Beneath Who's Chilly Softness By Emily Dickinson; GH On My Thirty Third Birthday, January 22nd 1821 By Lord Byron; January Cold Desolate By Christina Georgina Rossetti; The Farm Woman's Winter By Thomas Hardy; The Winters Are So Short By Emily Dickinson; A Song For January 26th 1824 By Charles Thompson; Ode On The Present Time, 27th January 1795 By Amelia Opie; Winter - My Secret By Christina Georgina Rossetti; Month Of January By Hilaire Belloc; Pray To What Earth Does This Sweet Cold Belong By Henry David Thoreau; January By Alice Carey.

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The Poetry of May Audiobook

The Poetry of May

May - the fifth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar and popular for May day and Workers Rights celebrations. For our poets including Milton, Hopkins, Von Goethe, Wordsworth and Longfellow much else is on their minds and its, of course, its beautifully put. Among our readers are Richard Mitchley and Ghizela Rowe. The tracks are; May - An Introduction; Ode Composed On A May Morning By William Wordsworth; Song On May Morning By John Milton; A Light Exists In Spring By Emily Dickinson; May 1917 By John Jay Thompson; May 1918 By John Jay Chapman; May By Sara Teasdale; In May By William Henry Davies; May Magnificat By Gerald Manley Hopkins; A Calendar Of Sonnets - May By Helen Hunt Jackson; May Song By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe; Over The May Hill By Ella Wheeler Wilcox; It Is Not Always May By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; The Young May Moon By Thomas Moore; A Spring Poem From Bion By Eugene Field; To A Primrose By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; To The Daisy By William Wordsworth; By My Sweetheart By Eugene Field; A Nuptial Verse To Mistress Elizabeth Lee, Now Lady Tracy By Robert Herrick; Sympathy By Emily Jane Bronte; May Night By Sara Teasdale; Where Go The Boats By Robert Louis Stevenson; On The Sea By Keats; The Rao Of Ilore by Laurence Hope; Sonnet To Lake Leman By Byron; All Is Well By Henry Scott Holland; The Bride By Laurence Hope; The Gardener By Rabindranath Tagore; Constantinople By Lady Mary Wortley Montagu; Late Spring By Henry Van Dyke; The School Boy By William Blake; Roots And Leaves Themselves Alone By Walt Whitman; The Oak By Alfred Lord Tennyson.

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Westminster Memorials - Volume 3 Audiobook

Westminster Memorials - Volume 3

Westminster Memorials - Volume 3 - An introduction. Westminster Abbey has seen much during its long, rich history; the coronations of Kings and Queens, the burials of Prime ministers. However it is also a church that remembers the men and women of the arts. Dedicated writers and poets who spoke so eloquently that the Nation wished to remember them with plaques upon its walls so that all who travelled here could remember too. Their works are worth remembering and here, in these volumes, their wise words speak too and for us all. In Volume 3 we collect together Edward Lear to William Wordsworth.

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The Poets Of 19th Century America - Volume 1 Audiobook

The Poets Of 19th Century America - Volume 1

America. Land of the Free, Home of the Brave. Across its vast landscape a Nation was being built. Expanded into its vast frontiers by military force and financial acquisitions; this was a melting pot of peoples and ideas gathering to form an identity. In these volumes we take a particular interest in the poets of the 19th Century and their views as their young nation came to terms with itself and its place in the World.

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