Comentario de Textos Literarios Ingleses (grupo 1) . J. A. García Landa

Lista de poemas para comentar

(Página en construcción. La mayoría de los poemas también están en la carpeta de Reprografía. Los que no se encuentren enlazados en este sitio web pueden buscarse con Google en la red. Muchos están incluidos también en la antología Norton, y en páginas web como Luminarium).


Sidney, "Loving in truth..."

Sidney, "Stella oft sees the very face of woe..."

Alexander, "An Echo"

Shakespeare, "Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea..."

Shakespeare, "Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore..."

Shakespeare, "It was a lover and his lass"

Daniel, "Are they shadows that we see?"

Donne, "The Sun Rising."

Donne, "The Canonization."

Donne, "The Comparison"

Donne, "A Lecture upon the Shadow"

Donne, "A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning"

Donne, "Heroical Epistle: Sapho to Philaenis"

Donne, "A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day"

Donne, "Batter my heart..."

Donne, "O, to vex me..."

Drummond, "Madrigal II.1, This life which seems so fair"

Drummond, Urania, Sonnet 1.

Drummond, Flowers of Sion Sonnet XXV.

Alexander, "An Echo"

Herbert, "Prayer (I)"

Herbert, "Jordan (II)"

Herrick, "Good Friday: Rex Tragicus"

Herrick, "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time"

King, "An Exequy to His Matchless Never to be Forgotten Friend"

Carew, "To My Mistress"

Waller, "Go, lovely Rose"

Cowley, from Davideis

Cowley,"Against Hope"

Vaughan, "Childhood"

Vaughan, "The Retreat"

Vaughan, "Silence, and stealth of days!"

Milton, Paradise Lost

Rochester, "The Fall"

Rochester, "A Satire on Charles II"

Rochester, "The Imperfect Enjoyment"

Rochester, "After Death"

Marvell, "To His Coy Mistress"

Marvell, "On a Drop of Dew"

Marvell, "The Mower Against Gardens"

Egerton, "The Emulation"

Pope, Essay on Man 1.3

Pope, Essay on Man 1.5

Scott, "The Female Advocate"

Moody, "Sappho Burns her Books"

Moody, "To a Gentleman who Invited Me to Go a-Fishing"

Blake, "The Clod and the Pebble"

Blake, "Auguries of Innocence"

Coleridge, "Kubla Khan"

Wordsworth, "Surprised by Joy.."

Wordsworth, "A slumber did my spirit seal..."

Wordsworth, "The solitary reaper."

Wordsworth, "The world is too much with us..."

P. B. Shelley, "Ode to the West Wind."

Keats, "What the Thrush Said."

Keats, "Why did I laugh tonight?"

Keats, "This living hand"

Byron, "So we'll go no more a roving"

Edgar Allan Poe, "The Raven"

Edgar Allan Poe, "Dreamland."

Tennyson, "Tears, Idle Tears."

Brontë, "Stanzas: Often rebuked, yet always back returning..."

Matthew Arnold, "The Last Word"

A. E. Housman, "Others, I am not the first"

W. B. Yeats, "Easter 1916"

W. B. Yeats, "An Irish Airman Foresees His Death"

Edward Thomas, "Rain"

Wilfrid Gibson, "All Being Well"

John Masefield, "The Lemmings"

D. H. Lawrence, "Song of a Man who has Come Through"

Siegfried Sassoon, "When I'm alone...."

Rupert Brooke, "The Hill"

Edith Sitwell, "Heart and Mind"

Graves, "Counting the Beats"

e.e. cummings, "So many selves"

Wallace Stevens, "How to Live. What to Do"

- - -. "The Idea of Order at Key West."

Louis MacNeice, "The Sunlight on the garden"

Stevie Smith, "Not Waving but Drowning"

Kathleen Raine, from "Two Invocations of Death"

William Empson, "Missing Dates."

Dylan Thomas, "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night"

Thomas, "The Force that through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower..."

Keith Douglas, "Vergissmeinnicht."

Mullins, "Blue Kentucky Girl"

Liz Lochhead, "The Hickie."

Kingsley Amis, "A Bookshop Idyll."

Christopher Logue, Foreword to New Numbers.

Ted Hughes, "Hawk Roosting."

Edwin Morgan, "Opening the Cage."

- - -. "Message Clear."

Tony Harrison, "V."

- - -. Selection from "Palladas."

Bob Dylan, "What Was It You Wanted"

Cohen, "In My Secret Life"