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Read online The Norton Anthology of Poetry.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Norton Anthology of Poetry The fourth edition of this standard work contains poems by poets with poems and poets newly included The anthology offers more poetry by women new poets with special attention to early women poets The book also includes a greater diversity of American poetry with double the number of poems by African American Hispanic native American and Asian American poets There are new poets representing the Commonwealth literature tradition now included are more than poets from Australia New Zealand Ireland Scotland Wales the Caribbean South Africa and India by Margaret Ferguson, Jon Stallworthy, Mary Jo Salter

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The Norton Anthology of Poetry
Title:The Norton Anthology of Poetry
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ISBN:0393968200
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Number of Pages:1998
Category:Poetry, Reference, Anthologies, Classics
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The Intruder, Hellstown, Feminism and Postmodernism, The Executive Branch Of State Government: People, Process, And Politics (About State Government), The Norton Anthology of Poetry, Dido's Daughters: Literacy, Gender, and Empire in Early Modern England and France, Love Against All Odds: Inspirational Stories of Enduring Love, Feminism in Time, The Sign of the Ram, The Norton Anthology of Poetry, Shorter Fifth Edition
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