Poetry recommendations

Titan's picture
Submitted by Titan on Tue, 2005-12-13 03:43

I'm currently reading 'Paradise Lost' by Milton and love the imagery and story. Does anyone here have any recommendations for some great poetry, preferably with an Objectivist or Objectivist-friendly content? I'm looking for both old and newer authors. Thanks.


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If you like Milton, then how

Jody Gomez's picture

If you like Milton, then how about Spenser and Keats?

Whoops.

Peter Cresswell's picture

Whoops, Trying to do too many things at once. Lucky you didn't get a link to a selection of sanitary ware. Smiling

The 'Observer' review of Stephen Fry's 'The Ode Less Travelled' is here.

The 'Grauniad' review is here.

Peter, I found no reference

Rick Pasotto's picture

Peter, I found no reference to poetry in that interesting article on sprawl.

The Ode Less Travelled

Peter Cresswell's picture

While not exactly an Objectivist writer, I browsed just yesterday through what looks to be a very good and humourous guide to poetry by Stephen Fry. It's called 'The Ode Less Travelled.' Here's a review.

If you can find the book,

Robert Malcom's picture

If you can find the book, there's Sing Me a Sky, by John Paul Sherman,a Bridgeberg Book

Thanks, Peter and

Titan's picture

Thanks, Peter and stormyeyes!

SOLO Poetry article

Peter Cresswell's picture

There was a very good piece on poetry posted at the old SOLO, that had been intended to head up a Poetry section, but never was.

You can find it here.

How about Prometheus Unbound

stormyeyes's picture

How about Prometheus Unbound by Shelley?

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