An Anthology of commonwealth poetry
This compilation of 181 selections confirms the multiple faces of commonwealth poetry from India, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the West Indies, Africa, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh. This is an invaluable source and reference for students and teachers of the subject.
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Shiv K Kumar b 1921
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a-waltzing Matilda A. D. Hope Africa Aurobindo Australia beat beauty Ben Hall bird blood breath burning Canadian poetry colour crow dance dark dawn dead death deep Derek Walcott dreams drum dust earth Eliot English eyes face fall fire fish flesh flowers Gabriel Okara Govinda green grey grow hear heart Indian James McAuley John Pepper Clark Judith Wright Kamala land language laughed and laughed leaves light lips listen live look lost Margaret Atwood mind morning mother Neilson never night Nissim Ezekiel poefs poem poet poetic rain rhythm river shadow silence sing sleep smile song soul Soyinka stone Stony Town T. S. Eliot talk things thought tongue Toru Dutt tradition tree turn verse Vincent Buckley voice walk watch wild Colonial boy wind Wole Soyinka woman words write Yeats Yoruba young