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Louis MacNeice
POST MODERN
NEW SIGNATURE POET
"bagpipe music"
"good dream"
The Venerable Bede
"An Ecclesiastical History of the English People"
Includes: "Caedmon's Hymn"
Geoffrey Chaucer
The Canterbury Tales
Margery Kempe
"The Book of Margery Kempe"
William Langland
"Piers Plowman"
allegorical, narrative poem
The Pearl Poet
~Late Medieval~
"Sir Gawain & the green knight"
"Pearl"
"Patience"
"Purity"
Miracle, Mystery, & morality plays
~Late Medieval~
"Everyman"
"The second Shepard's Play"
Thomas Malory
~Late Medieval~
"Le Morte d' Arthur

* a collection of stories on King Author
Sir Philip Sidney
~Renaissance~

"Astrophil & Stella"
"An Apology for Poetry"
Christopher Marlowe
~Renaissance~
poet, dramatist
"Dr. Faustus" "Tamberlaine"
"The Jew of Maltra",
"The Passionate Shepard To His Love"
Thomas More
~Renaissance~
Utopia
Edmund Spenser
~Renaissance~
"The Faerie Queen"
"Amoretti"
"Epithalamion"
William Shakespeare
~Renaissance~
"Sonnets", "Hamlet", "King Lear', "Othello", "Macbeth", "Richard 2", "Richard 3", "Love's Labor Lost", "Much ado about nothing", "The tempest", "The taming of the shrew", and "Romeo and Juliet"
John Donne
~Renaissance~
"The Canonization"
"A validation Forbidding Mourning"

Good Friday, 1613, Riding Westward"
"Holy Sonnets"
"Death Be not Proud"
Ben Johnson
~Renaissance~
"To the memory of my beloved master William Shakespeare"
"To Celia"
"Volpone"
"Every Man in His Hummors"
Sir Walter Raleigh
~Renaissance~

"The Lie"
"The Nymph's Reply to the Shepard"
"The Ocean to Cynthia"
Sir Francis Bacon
~Renaissance~

"Essays" (106 essays on various topics)
"The Advancement of Learning"
Robert Herrick
~Renaissance~
*Cavalier Poet*

"Prayer To Ben Johnson"
"Upon Julia's Clothes"
"To the Virgins, To Make much of time"
Andrew Marvell
~Renaissance~
* Cavalier poet*
"To His Coy Mistress"
"Upon Appleton House"
"The Garden"
John Milton
~Renaissance~

"Paradise Lost"
Samson Agonistes"
L'Allegro"
"Il Penseroso"
"Lycidas"- elegy
"When I Consider How My Light Is Spent"
"Aeropagitica" - pamphlet
"Of Education"- pamphlet
John Bunyan
~ Augustan Age~
"The Pilgrim's Progress"
Joseph Addison & Richard Steele
~ Augustan Age~
together they wrote the papers"
"the Spectator" & "The Tattler"
Daniel DeFoe
~ Augustan Age~
NOVELIST
"Robinson Crusoe"
"Moll Flanders"
"The Journal of the Plague Year"
Samuel Richardson
~ Augustan Age~
NOVELIST
"Pamela"
Henry Fielding
~ Augustan Age~
NOVELIST
"Tom Jones"
"Tristian Shandy"
"Shamela"
Tobias Smollett
~ Augustan Age~
NOVELIST
"The Adventures of Roderick Random"
"The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle"
John Dryden
~ Augustan Age~
POET, SATIRIST. ESTABLISHED THE HEROIC COUPLET. INTRODUCED ALEXANDRIAN.

"A Song for St. Cecilia's Day"
"Absalom & Achitophel"
"MacFlecknoe"
"Essay of Dramatic Poesy"
"All For Love"
Fanny Burney
~ Augustan Age~

"Evelina"
Alexander Pope
~ Augustan Age~
POET, SATIRIST, PROSE SATIRIST

"Rape of the Lock"
Essay on Man
"The Dunciad"
Jonathan Swift
~ Augustan Age~
NOVELIST, ESSAYIST, PROSE SATIRIST.

"A Modest Proposal"
"Gulliver's Travels"
"Tale of The Tub"
"Letters To Stella"
Aphra Behn
~ Augustan Age~
"Oroonoko"
Samuel Johnson
~ Augustan Age~
LEXICOGRAPHER. WRITER.
"Rasselas"
"The Rambler"
"The Idler"
"A Dictionary Of the English Language"
James Boswell
~ Augustan Age~
BIOGRAPHER
"The Life Of Samuel Johnson"
Robert Burns
~ Augustan Age~ (Pre-Rom.)
POET
"To A mouse"
"Holy Wille's Prayer"
"Tam O'Shanter"
"My Luve is Like a Red, Red Rose"
Thomas Gray
~ Augustan Age~ (Pre-Rom.)
"Elegy Written i a country Churchyard"
"Eton College Ode"
William Blake
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
POET
"Songs Of Innocence"
"Songs of Experience"
"The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell"
William Wordsworth
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
POET
"Lyrical Ballads"
"Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abby"
"The World is too much with us'
"A slumber did my spirit sea"
Samuel taylor Coleridge
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
POET
"Lyrical Ballads"
"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
Kubla Khan"
"This Lime Tree Bower My Prison"
"Biographia Literaria"
George Gordon, Lord Byron
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
POET
"Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"
"Don Juan"
"Manfred"
"A Dramatic Poem"
Percy Bysshe Shelly
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840

"To A SkyLark"
"Ozymandias"
"Adonai" ( elegy for keats)
"Prometheus unbound"
Mary Shelley
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840

"Frankenstein"
John Keats
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
POET
"Bright star"
"The eve of St. Agnes, Endymion"
"La Belle Dame Sans Merci"
Ode to a Grecian Urn"
"Ode to a nightingale"
"Ode to Autumn"
Jane Austen
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
"Pride and Prejudice"
Emma"
"Sense and Sensibility"
Mansfield Park"
"Northanger Abby"
Sir Walter Scott
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
NOVELIST
"Ivanhoe"
"Kenilworth"
"Rob Roy"
William Hazlitt
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
essay:
The Characters of Shakespeare's Plays
Thomas Dequincey
~Romantic Period~ 1790-1840
ESSAYS:
"On knocking at the gate in Macbeth
"Confessions of an English Opium eater"
Thomas Babington Macaulary
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
ESSAYIST, HISTORIAN

"A History of England From The Accession of James 2"
William Makepeace Thackeray
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
NOVELIST, SATIRIST
"Vanity Fair'
"THe Luck of Barry Lydon"
"Catherine"
Charlotte Bronte
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
"Jane Eyre"
Emily Bronte
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
"Wutheringg Heights"
"Poems"
Anne Bronte
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
"Agnes Gray"
"The Tennant of Wildfell Hall"
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET
"In Memoriam, A.H.H."
"Ulysses"
"Flower in the Crannied Wall"
"Tears, Idle Tears"
"Crossing the Bar"
"Charge of the light brigade"
Robert Browning
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET
"My Last Duchess"
'Pippa Passes"
"Caliban Upon Setebos"
"Fra Lippo Lippi"
"Rabbi Ben Ezra"
Elizebeth Barrett Browning
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET
"Sonnets From the Portuguese"
"How well do I love thee?"
Mather arnold
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET
"Dover Beach"
Cristina Rosetti
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET
"Goblin Market & other poems"
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET, ARTIST
"The Germ"
"Ballads & Sonnets"
"The Blessed Damozel"
Charles Dickens
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
NOVELIST
"Oliver Twist"
"The Pickwick Papers"
"Tale of Two Cities"
David Copperfield"
John Stuart
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
PROSE
"Utilitarianism"
Thomas Carlyle
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
PROSE WRITER
"Sartor Resartus"
John Henry Newman
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
PROSE WRITER, CARDINAL
"Apologia Pro Vita Sua" (a autobiography and defense of Catholicism)
Thomas Hardy
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
NOVELIST,POET
"Return of the Native"
"Tess of the De'Urbervilles"
"Far from the Maddening Crowd"
"Jude the Obscure"
"The Darkling Thrush"
"The Convergence of the Twain"(titanic poem)
"The Dynasts" (epic/ napoleon wars)
Rudyard Kipling
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900

"The Jungle Book"
"The Ballad of East and West"
"Kim"
"Barrack-Room Ballads"
"Departmental Ditties"
"Riki Tiki tavi"
Gerard Manley Hopkins
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET

"Pied Beauty"
"God's Grandeur"
"The Windhovver"
Charles Algernon Swineburne
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET
"Tristram of Lyonsesse" (epic)
"Songs Before Sunrise"
"Poems & Ballads"
Oscar Wilde
~Victorian Period~ 1840 - 1900
POET,DRAMATIST, NOVELIST

"Importance of being earnest"
"Lady Windmere's Fan"
"Salome"
"The Ballad of Reading Gaol"
"A Picture of Dorian Gray"
Wilfred Owen
~Modern Period, 1900-1945~ WW2 Poets
"Dulce et Decorum Est"
Rupert Brooke
~Modern Period, 1900-1945~ WW2 Poets.
"A soldier"
Siegfried Sasson
~Modern Period, 1900-1945~ WW2 Poets.
"Everyone Sang"
A.E Houseman
~Modern Period, 1900-1945~ WW2 Poets.
"A Shropshire lad"
"To An Athlete dying young"
"Loveliest of Trees"
William Butler Yeats
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
POET, IRISH
"Sailing To Bryzantium"
"Adam's Curse"
'The Wild Swans at Coole"
"Down By the Shalley Gardens"
James Joyce
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
NOVELSIT, SHORT STORY, Irish

"A portrait of the artist as a young man"
"Ulysses"
"Finnegran's wake"
Virginia Woolf
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
NOVELIST,CRITIC, FEMINIST,Essayist
"Mrs. Dalloway"
"To the light house"
"a room of one's own" (essay on a woman's "space")
Katherine Mansfield
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
SHORT STORY
"Miss Bril"
"The Garden Party"
Joseph Conrad
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
NOVELIST, SHORT STORY
"The lagoon"
"Heart of Darkness"
"Nastromo"
T.S. Eliot
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
POET, CRITIC, DRAMATIST
"The Love song of J. Alfred Prufrock"
"The hollow men"
"Ash Wednesday"
"The wasteland'
"The four quartets"
"The murder in the cathedral"
"The cocktail party"
George Bernard Shaw
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
CRITC, DRAMATIST
"Pygmalion"
"Man & superman"
"Mrs. Warren's Profession"
Sean o'Cassy
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
IRISH DRAMATIST
"The plough & the Stars"
John Millington Synge
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
IRISH DRAMATIST
"The playboy of the western world"
Dylan Thomas
~Modern period~ 1900-1945
POET, WELSH
"Eighteen poems"
"Twenty-five poems"
In country sleep"
"Do not go gentle into that good night"
"And death shall have no dominion"
"In my sullen craft or art"
"under Milk wood" (radio play)
William Golding
~Modern Period~ 1900-1945
NOVELIST
"The lord of the flies"
"The inheritors"
George Orwell
~Modern Period~ 1900-1945
NOVELIST

"The Animal Farm"
"1984"
"Shooting An Elephant"
Edward Morgan Forster
~Modern Period~ 1900-1945
NOVELIST
"A Room With A VIEW"
"A Passage to India"
W.H. Auden
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
-NEW SIGNATURE POET-
"To the unknown Citizen"
"Musee des beaux arts"
philip larkin
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
movement POET
"High windows"
"Faith healing"
"Ambulances"
Edmund Blunden
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
TRADITIONAL POET
"After bombing"
"A hong Kong house"
Edwin Muir
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
TRADITIONAL POET
"Collected poems"
John Betjeman
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
TRADITIONAL POETS, poet lureate
"Collected poems"
"Summoned by bells"
"A nip in the air"
Christopher Isherwood
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
NOVELIST
collaborated with AUDEN
Stevie Smith
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
NOVELIST,POET
"Not Waving But Drowning"
"The Galloping Cat"
"Novel On Yellow Paper"
"Over the Frontier"
"The holiday"
Graham Greene
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
NOVELIST
"Brighton Rock"
"The Power & the Glory"
The heart of the matter"
Samuel Beckett
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
DRAMATIST, NOVELIST
"Waiting for Godot"(p)
"Endgame"(p)
"Not I""(p)
"Murphy" (n)
"Watt" (n)
Harold Pinter
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
DRAMATIST
"the birthday party"
"The betrayal"
"The dumb waiter"
"The homecoming"
Tom Stoppard
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
DRAMATIST
"Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are dead"
Robert Graves
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
NOVELIST, TRANSLATOR
"Goodbye to all that i"
"Claudius"
"The white godess"
Seamus Heaney
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
POET, TRANSLATOR, IRISH
"Death of a naturalist"
"Churning Day"
"Grauballe Man"
Ted Hughes
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
"Crow"
" A Disaster"
"hawk roosting"
Sean O' Faolain
Frank O' Connor
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
short story writers
Doris Lessing
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~
NOVELIST
"The grass is singing"
"The golden notebook"
Stephen Spender
~Post-Modern Period, 1945...~

a new signature poet