Words that Taste Good
Pembroke Publishers Limited, 1987 - 175 Seiten
Enjoy some of the English language's favourite classic poems, as well as many lesser-known gems. With 600 captivating poetry "bites," from Shakespeare to Tennyson to Emily Dickinson, the book will inspire discussion and provide writing stimulus, or just reaccquaint the reader with the joy of words and language.
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