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245 00 London :|ba history in verse /|cedited by Mark Ford. 
264  1 Cambridge, Mass. :|bBelknap Press of Harvard University 
       Press,|c[2012] 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    xxvii, 745 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 727-734) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tConfessio amantis /|rJohn Gower (1330?-1408) --|tThe 
       vision of Piers Plowman /|rWilliam Langland (1330?-1386?) 
       --|tThe Canterbury tales /|rGeoffrey Chaucer (1343?-1400) 
       --|tLa male regle de T. Hoccleue /|rThomas Hoccleve (1367?
       -1426) --|tKing Henry VI's triumphal entry into London /
       |rJohn Lydgate (1370?-1449/50) --|tLondon lickpenny /
       |rAnon. (15th century) --|tCollyn Clout /|rJohn Skelton 
       (1460?-1529) --|t"London, thou art of townes a per se" /
       |rAnon. (1500?) --|t"Tagus, farewell, that westward with 
       thy streams" /|rSir Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542) --|t"Who list
       his wealth and ease retain" /|rSir Thomas Wyatt (1503-
       1542) --|t"London, hast thou accusèd me" /|rHenry Howard, 
       Earl of Surrey (1517?-1547) --|tThe ballad which Anne 
       Askew made and sang when she was in Newgate /|rAnne Askew 
       (1521-1546) --|tThe lover to the Thames of London, to 
       favour his lady passing thereon /|rGeorge Turberville 
       (1544?-1597?) --|tThe manner of her will, and what she 
       left to London and to all those in it, at her departing /
       |rIsabella Whitney (1548?-?) --|tProthalamion /|rEdmund 
       Spenser (1552?-1599) --|tKing Edward the First /|rGeorge 
       Peele (1556-1596) --|tTichborne's elegy /|rChidiock 
       Tichborne (1558?-1586) --|tPoly-olbion /|rMichael Drayton 
       (1563-1631) --|tHenry VI, part II /|rWilliam Shakespeare 
       (1564-1616) --|tHenry V /|rWilliam Shakespeare (1564-1616)
       --|tHenry VIII /|rWilliam Shakespeare (1564-1616) --
       |tSummer's last will and testament /|rThomas Nashe (1567?-
       1601) --|tSkialetheia /|rEverard Guilpin (1572?-?) --|tThe
       devil is an ass /|rBen Jonson (1572?-1637) --|tOn the 
       famous voyage /|rBen Jonson (1572?-1637) --|tSatire 1 /
       |rJohn Donne (1572-1631) --|tTo Mr. E.G. /|rJohn Donne 
       (1572-1631) --|tEpithalamion made at Lincoln's Inn /|rJohn
       Donne (1572-1631) --|tSatire 4 /|rJohn Donne (1572-1631) -
       -|tTwickenham Garden /|rJohn Donne (1572-1631). 
505 00 |tThe sculler /|rJohn Taylor (1580-1653) --|tSir Gregory 
       Nonsense's News from no place /|rJohn Taylor (1580-1653) -
       -|tThe city madam /|rPhilip Massinger (1583-1640) --|tThe 
       knight of the burning pestle /|rFrancis Beaumont (1584-
       1616) and John Fletcher (1579-1625) --|tLetter to Ben 
       Johnson /|rFrancis Beaumont (1584-1616) --|tOn the tombs 
       in Westminster Abbey /|rFrancis Beaumont (1584-1616) --
       |tLondon's progress /|rThomas Freeman (1590?-1630?) --
       |tTurner's dish of Lenten stuff, or a Gallimaufry /|rW. 
       Turner --|tLondon, look back /|rAbraham Holland (?-1626) -
       -|tAn ode for him [Ben Jonson] /|rRobert Herrick (1591-
       1674) --|tHis return to London /|rRobert Herrick (1591-
       1674) --|tHis tears to Thamasis /|rRobert Herrick (1591-
       1674) --|tLondon sad London : an echo /|rAnon. (1640s, 
       pub. 1662) --|tOn the statue of King Charles I at Charing 
       Cross /|rEdmund Waller (1606-1687) --|tOn St. James's Park,
       as lately improved by his majesty /|rEdmund Waller (1606-
       1687) --|tWhen the assault was intended to the city /
       |rJohn Milton (1608-1674) --|tA ballad upon a wedding /
       |rSir John Suckling (1609-1642) --|tThe cheaters cheated /
       |rThomas Jordan (1612?-1685) --|tThe triumphs of London /
       |rThomas Jordan (1612?-1685) --|tA song sung at the Lord 
       Mayor's table in honour of the city and the goldsmith's 
       company /|rThomas Jordan (1612?-1685) --|tCooper's Hill /
       |rSir John Denham (1615-1669) --|tThe Civil War /|rAbraham
       Cowley (1618-1667) --|tTo Althea, from prison : song /
       |rRichard Lovelace (1618-1657/8) --|tLondon's resurrection
       /|rSimon Ford (1619?-1699) --|tA rhapsody /|rHenry Vaughan
       (1621-1695) --|tThe cries of London /|rAnon. (17th 
       century) --|tAn Horatian ode upon Cromwell's return from 
       Ireland /|rAndrew Marvell (1621-1678) --|tAnnus Mirabilis 
       /|rJohn Dryden (1631-1700) --|tMacFlecknoe /|rJohn Dryden 
       (1631-1700) --|tIn the fields of Lincoln's Inn /|rAnon. 
       (pub. 1680) --|tA letter from Artemisa in the town to 
       Chloe in the country /|rJohn Wilmot, Earl of Rochester 
       (1647-1680) --|tSong ("Quoth the duchess of Cleveland to 
       counselor knight") /|rJohn Wilmot, Earl of Rochester (1647
       -1680) --|tA ramble in St. James's Park /|rJohn Wilmot, 
       Earl of Rochester (1647-1680). 
505 00 |tA satire in imitation of the third of juvenal /|rJohn 
       Oldham (1653-1683) --|tA winter wonder, or, The Thames 
       frozen over, with remarks on the resort there /|rAnon. 
       (1684) --|tThe wonders of the deep /|rAnon. (1684) --|tA 
       song /|rPierre Antoine Motteux (1660-1718) --|tA 
       description of the morning /|rJonathan Swift (1667-1745) -
       -|tA description of a city shower /|rJonathan Swift (1667-
       1745) --|tClever Tom Clinch /|rJonathan Swift (1667-1745) 
       --|tA beautiful young nymph going to bed /|rJonathan Swift
       (1667-1745) --|tOn poetry : a rhapsody /|rJonathan Swift 
       (1667-1745) --|tTrivia, or, The art of walking the streets
       of London /|rJohn Gay (1685-1732) --|tThe beggar's opera /
       |rJohn Gay (1685-1732) --|tThe fair lass of Islington /
       |rAnon. (pub. 1719) --|tThe alley : an imitation of 
       Spenser /|rAlexander Pope (1688-1744) --|tA farewell to 
       London in the year 1715 /|rAlexander Pope (1688-1744) --
       |tEpistle to Miss Blount, on her leaving the town, after 
       the coronation /|rAlexander Pope (1688-1744) --|tThe 
       dunciad /|rAlexander Pope (1688-1744) --|tSix town 
       eclogues /|rLady Mary Wortley Montagu (1689-1762) --|tOn 
       the prospect from Westminster Bridge, March 1750 /
       |rElizabeth Tollet (1694-1754) --|tA description of London
       /|rJohn Bancks (1709-1751) --|tHail, London! /|rAnon. 
       (1739) --|tLondon /|rSamuel Johnson (1709-1784) --|tLondon
       Bridge|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries) --
       |tOranges and lemons|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th 
       centuries) --|t"Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you 
       been?"|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries) --
       |t"Poussie, poussie, baudrons"|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-
       19th centuries) --|t"Up at Piccadilly oh!"|g(nursery 
       rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries) --|t"See-saw, sacradown"
       |g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries) --|t"Upon 
       Paul's steeple stands a tree"|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-
       19th centuries) --|t"As I was going o'er London Bridge"
       |g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries) --|t"As I was 
       going o'er London bridge"|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th 
       centuries) --|t"I had a little hobby horse, it was well 
       shod"|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries) --|tPop 
       goes the weasel|g(nursery rhymes pub. 18th-19th centuries)
       --|tThe sweepers /|rWilliam Whitehead (1715-1785) --
       |tDescription of an author's bedchamber /|rOliver 
       Goldsmith (1729-1774) --|tThe task /|rWilliam Cowper (1731
       -1800) --|tTown eclogues /|rCharles Jenner (1736-1774) --
       |tSong for the London volunteers /|rAnna Letitia Barbauld 
       (1743-1825) --|tWest End Fair /|rAnna Letitia Barbauld 
       (1743-1825) --|tThe jolly young waterman /|rCharles Dibdin
       (1745?-1814) --|tPoll of wapping /|rCharles Dibdin (1745?-
       1814) --|tThe gin-shop, or, A peep into prison /|rHannah 
       More (1745-1833). 
505 00 |tLondon's summer morning /|rMary Robinson (1757-1800) --
       |tHoly Thursday /|rWilliam Blake (1757-1827) --|tThe 
       chimney sweeper /|rWilliam Blake (1757-1827) --|tLondon /
       |rWilliam Blake (1757-1827) --|tJerusalem /|rWilliam Blake
       (1757-1827) --|tLondon /|rJoanna Baillie (1762-1851) --
       |tThe farmer of Tilsbury Vale /|rWilliam Wordsworth (1770-
       1850) --|tThe reverie of poor Susan /|rWilliam Wordsworth 
       (1770-1850) --|tComposed upon Westminster Bridge, 
       September 3, 1802 /|rWilliam Wordsworth (1770-1850) --
       |tThe prelude /|rWilliam Wordsworth (1770-1850) --|tHorace
       in London /|rJames Smith(1775-1839) and Horace Smith (1779
       -1849) --|tTo Hampstead /|rLeigh Hunt (1784-1859) --
       |tDescription of Hampstead /|rLeigh Hunt (1784-1859) --
       |tChilde Harold's pilgrimage /|rLord Byron (1788-1824) --
       |tDon Juan /|rLord Byron (1788-1824) --|tLetter to Maria 
       Gisborne /|rPercy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) --|tPeter 
       Bell the Third /|rPercy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) --
       |tSonnet /|rJohn Hamilton Reynolds (1794-1852) --|t"To one
       who has been long in city pent" /|rJohn Keats (1795-1821) 
       --|tOn seeing the Elgin marbles /|rJohn Keats (1795-1821) 
       --|tLines on the Mermaid Tavern /|rJohn Keats (1795-1821) 
       --|tMoral reflections on the cross of St. Paul's /|rThomas
       Hood (1799-1845) --|tThe Lord Mayor's show /|rThomas Hood 
       (1799-1845) --|tSonnet to Vauxhall /|rThomas Hood (1799-
       1845) --|tThe workhouse clock : an allegory /|rThomas Hood
       (1799-1845) --|tScenes in London : Piccadilly /|rLetitia 
       Elizabeth Landon (1802-1838) --|tGoodnight to the season /
       |rWinthrop Mackworth Praed (1802-1839) --|tAurora Leigh /
       |rElizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) --|tIn memoriam /
       |rAlfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) --|tOde on the death 
       of the Duke of Wellington /|rAlfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-
       1892) --|tCleopatra's needle /|rAlfred, Lord Tennyson 
       (1809-1892) --|tHave you been to the crystal palace? /
       |rAnon. (1851) --|tWaring /|rRobert Browning (1812-1889) -
       -|tThere was an old person of Putney /|rEdward Lear (1812-
       1888) --|tThere was an old man of Blackheath /|rEdward 
       Lear (1812-1888) --|tThere was a young person of Kew /
       |rEdward Lear (1812-1888) --|tThere was an old person of 
       Bow /|rEdward Lear (1812-1888) --|tThere was a young lady 
       of Greenwich /|rEdward Lear (1812-1888) --|tThere was an 
       old person of Ealing /|rEdward Lear (1812-1888) --|tThere 
       was an old person of Bromley /|rEdward Lear (1812-1888) --
       |tThere was an old person of Sheen /|rEdward Lear (1812-
       1888) --|tThere was an old man of Thames Ditton /|rEdward 
       Lear (1812-1888) --|tTo the great metropolis /|rArthur 
       Hugh Clough (1819-1861) --|tIn the great metropolis /
       |rArthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) --|t"Blessed are those 
       who have not seen" /|rArthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) --
       |t"Ye flags of Piccadilly" /|rArthur Hugh Clough (1819-
       1861). 
505 00 |tThe cries of London /|rAnon. (19th century) --|tIn a 
       London drawingroom /|rGeorge Eliot (1819-1880) --|tStrike 
       of the London Cabmen /|rAnon. (1869) --|tSt. James's 
       Street /|rFrederick Locker-Lampson (1821-1895) --|tLines 
       written in Kensington Gardens /|rMatthew Arnold (1822-
       1888) --|tWest London /|rMatthew Arnold (1822-1888) --
       |tEast London /|rMatthew Arnold (1822-1888) --|tTiber, 
       Nile, and Thames /|rDante Gabriel Rosetti (1828-1882) --
       |tA London fête /|rCoventry Patmore (1823-1896) --|tSunday
       at Hampstead /|rJames Thomson (1834-1882) --|tA Cockney's 
       evening song /|rHenry S. Leigh (1837-1883) --|tBloomsbury 
       /|rAnon. (1893) --|tA new song of the spring garden /
       |rAustin Dobson (1840-1921) --|tBeyond the last lamp /
       |rThomas Hardy (1840-1928) --|tThe coronation /|rThomas 
       Hardy (1840-1928) --|tIn the British Museum /|rThomas 
       Hardy (1840-1928) --|tIn St. Paul's a while ago /|rThomas 
       Hardy (1840-1928) --|tComing up Oxford Street : evening /
       |rThomas Hardy (1840-1928) --|tA refusal /|rThomas Hardy 
       (1840-1928) --|tTo a tree in London /|rThomas Hardy (1840-
       1928) --|tChristmas in the Elgin Room /|rThomas Hardy 
       (1840-1928) --|tTo a London sparrow /|rW.H. Hudson (1841-
       1922) --|tLondon snow /|rRobert Bridges (1844-1930) --
       |tTrafalgar Square /|rRobert Bridges (1844-1930) --
       |tLondon voluntaries /|rW.E. Henley (1849-1903) --|tLondon
       types /|rW.E. Henley (1849-1903) --|tImpression du matin /
       |rOscar Wilde (1854-1900) --|tLondon /|rJohn Davidson 
       (1857-1909) --|tThirty bob a week /|rJohn Davidson (1857-
       1909) --|tIn the isle of dogs /|rJohn Davidson (1857-1909)
       --|tFog /|rJohn Davidson (1857-1909) --|tThe Thames 
       embankment /|rJohn Davidson (1857-1909) --|t"From the wash
       the laundress sends" /|rA.E. Housman (1859-1936) --|tIn 
       London Town /|rMary E. Coleridge (1861-1907) --|tA March 
       day in London /|rAmy Levy (1861-1889) --|tStraw in the 
       street /|rAmy Levy (1861-1889) --|tLondon poets /|rAmy 
       Levy (1861-1889) --|tIn partibus /|rRudyard Kipling (1865-
       1936) --|tThe river's tale /|rRudyard Kipling (1865-1936) 
       --|tLondon stone /|rRudyard Kipling (1865-1936) --|tThe 
       craftsman /|rRudyard Kipling (1865-1936) --|tEpitaphs of 
       the war /|rRudyard Kipling (1865-1936) --|tLondon nights /
       |rArthur Symons (1865-1945) --|tDécor de théâtre /|rArthur
       Symons (1865-1945) --|tLondon /|rArthur Symons (1865-1945)
       --|tVacillation /|rW.B. Yeats (1865-1939) --|tLondon Town 
       /|rLionel Johnson (1867-1902) --|tBy the statue of King 
       Charles at Charing Cross /|rLionel Johnson (1867-1902) --
       |tIn Nunhead Cemetery /|rCharlotte Mew (1869-1928) --|tAs 
       I walked through London /|rLaurence Binyon (1869-1943) --
       |tThe embankment /|rT.E. Hulme (1883-1917) --|tPortrait 
       d'une femme /|rEzra Pound (1885-1972) --|tThe garden /
       |rEzra Pound (1885-1972) --|tSimulacra /|rEzra Pound (1885
       -1972) --|tHugh Selwyn Mauberley /|rEzra Pound (1885-1972)
       --|tFlat suburbs, S.W., in the morning /|rD.H. Lawrence 
       (1885-1930) --|tGuards /|rD.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) --
       |tBombardment /|rD.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) --|tHyde Park 
       at night, before the war /|rD.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) --
       |tEmbankment at night, before the war /|rD.H. Lawrence 
       (1885-1930) --|tTown in 1917 /|rD.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) 
       --|tLondon streets /|rFrances Cornford (1886-1960) --
       |tParting in wartime /|rFrances Cornford (1886-1960). 
505 00 |tMonody on the demolition of Devonshire House /
       |rSiegfried Sassoon (1886-1967) --|tThe waste land /|rT.S.
       Eliot (1888-1965) --|tSweeney Agonistes /|rT.S. Eliot 
       (1888-1965) --|tFour quartets /|rT.S. Eliot (1888-1965) --
       |tFleet Street /|rIsaac Rosenberg (1890-1918) --|tSt. 
       Mary's, Kensington /|rRichard Aldington (1892-1962) --|tIn
       the tube /|rRichard Aldington (1892-1962) --|tHampstead 
       heath /|rRichard Aldington (1892-1962) --|tLondon /
       |rRichard Aldington (1892-1962) --|tWhitechapel /|rRichard
       Aldington (1892-1962) --|tEros and Psyche /|rRichard 
       Aldington (1892-1962) --|t"I am the ghost of Shadwell 
       Stair" /|rWilfred Owen (1893-1918) --|tSong from the bride
       of Smithfield /|rSylvia Townsend Warner (1893-1978) --
       |tEast London cemetery /|rSylvia Townsend Warner (1893-
       1978) --|tThe shop /|rJohn Rodker (1894-1955) --|tThe 
       searchlight /|rJohn Rodker (1894-1955) --|tArmistice Day, 
       1918 /|rRobert Graves (1895-1985) --|tTube station /
       |rA.S.J. Tessimond (1902-1962) --|tLondon /|rA.S.J. 
       Tessimond (1902-1962) --|tSummer night at Hyde Park corner
       /|rA.S.J. Tessimond (1902-1962) --|tAutumn /|rA.S.J. 
       Tessimond (1902-1962) --|tThe city : midday nocturne /
       |rA.S.J. Tessimond (1902-1962) --|tSuburb /|rStevie Smith 
       (1902-1971) --|tHomage to the British Museum /|rWilliam 
       Empson (1906-1984) --|tThe arrest of Oscar Wilde at the 
       Cadogan Hotel /|rJohn Betjeman (1906-1984) --|tIn 
       Westminster Abbey /|rJohn Betjeman (1906-1984) --
       |tParliament Hill fields /|rJohn Betjeman (1906-1984) --
       |tSt. Saviour's, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, London, N. /
       |rJohn Betjeman (1906-1984) --|tThe metropolitan railway /
       |rJohn Betjeman (1906-1984) --|tBusiness girls /|rJohn 
       Betjeman (1906-1984) --|tN.W.5 & N.6 /|rJohn Betjeman 
       (1906-1984) --|tSummoned by bells /|rJohn Betjeman (1906-
       1984) --|tAutumn journal /|rLouis MacNeice (1907-1963) --
       |tThe British Museum Reading Room /|rLouis MacNeice (1907-
       1963) --|tGoodbye to London /|rLouis MacNeice (1907-1963) 
       --|tCharon /|rLouis MacNeice (1907-1963) --|tHampstead 
       autumn /|rStephen Spender (1909-1995) --|tEpilogue to a 
       human drama /|rStephen Spender (1909-1995) --|tRegent's 
       Park terrace /|rBernard Spencer (1909-1963) --|tTrain to 
       work /|rBernard Spencer (1909-1963) --|tLondon buses /
       |rMervyn Peake (1911-1968) --|tMemento mori /|rKenneth 
       Allott (1912-1973) --|tFirst winter of war /|rRoy Fuller 
       (1912-1991) --|tBattersea : after Dunkirk, June 3, 1940 /
       |rRoy Fuller (1912-1991) --|tLondon air-raid, 1940 /|rRoy 
       Fuller (1912-1991). 
505 00 |tWentworth Place : Keats Grove /|rAnne Ridler (1912-2001)
       --|tKew Gardens /|rGeorge Barker (1913-1991) --
       |tWestminster Abbey /|rAlun Lewis (1915-1944) --
       |tRedcliffe Square /|rRobert Lowell (1917-1977) --|tWinter
       and London /|rRobert Lowell (1917-1977) --|tMonmouth 
       Street /|rNicholas Moore (1918-1986) --|tLonton 
       architecture 1960s /|rJohn Heath-Stubbs (1918-2006) --
       |tLament for the "old swan," Notting Hill Gate /|rJohn 
       Heath-Stubbs (1918-2006) --|tThe night city /|rW.S. Graham
       (1918-1986) --|tA tour of London /|rMuriel Spark (1918-
       2006) --|tThe "bête noire" fragments /|rKeith Douglas 
       (1920-1944) --|tThe stations of King's Cross /|rD.J. 
       Enright (1920-2002) --|tDeceptions /|rPhilip Larkin (1922-
       1985) --|tNaturally the foundation will bear your expenses
       /|rPhilip Larkin (1922-1985) --|tTo Londoners /|rDonald 
       Davie (1922-1995) --|tStreet scene /|rDannie Abse (1923- )
       --|tSoho : Saturday night /|rDannie Abse (1923- ) --|tTwo 
       black labourers on a London building site /|rJames Berry 
       (1924- ) --|tBeginning in a city, 1948 /|rJames Berry 
       (1924- ) --|tThe Tower of London /|rJohn Ashbery (1927- ) 
       --|tAutobiography /|rThom Gunn (1929-2004) --|tTalbot Road
       /|rThom Gunn (1929-2004) --|tVauxhall /|rConnie Bensley 
       (1929- ) --|tBottleneck /|rConnie Bensley (1929- ) --
       |tThomas Hardy at Westbourne Park villas /|rPeter Porter 
       (1929-2010) --|tRising damp /|rU.A. Fanthorpe (1929-2009) 
       --|tWidening the Westway /|rU.A. Fanthorpe (1929-2009) --
       |tFate playing /|rTed Hughes (1930-1998) --|tEpiphany /
       |rTed Hughes (1930-1998) --|tOmeros /|rDerek Walcott (1930
       - ) --|tA202 /|rAlan Brownjohn (1931- ) --|tThe same power
       /|rRuth Fainlight (1931- ) --|tChurchill's funeral /
       |rGeoffrey Hill (1932- ) --|tTo the High Court of 
       Parliament /|rGeoffrey Hill (1932- ) --|tParliament Hill 
       Fields /|rSylvia Plath (1932-1963). 
505 00 |tCashpoint Charlie /|rAnne Stevenson (1933- ) --|tMiss 
       Hamilton in London /|rFleur Adcock (1934- ) --|tLondoner /
       |rFleur Adcock (1934- ) --|tTo Marilyn from London /
       |rFleur Adcock (1934- ) --|tLondon songs /|rJohn Fuller 
       (1937- ) --|tThe shires /|rJohn Fuller (1937- ) --|tThe 
       London poems /|rKen Smith (1938-2003) --|tThe underground 
       /|rSeamus Heaney (1939- ) --|tDistrict and circle /
       |rSeamus Heaney (1939- ) --|tRain journal : London : June 
       65 /|rLee Harwood (1939- ) --|tOutside Biba's /|rGrey 
       Gowrie (1939- ) --|tIn England /|rJoseph Brodsky (1940-
       1996) --|tSunday morning /|rDerek Mahon (1941- ) --
       |tTavistock Square /|rHugo Williams (1942- ) --|tBar 
       Italia /|rHugo Williams (1942- ) --|tBar Italia /|rHugo 
       Williams (1942- ) --|tNotting Hill /|rHugo Williams (1942-
       ) --|tBunhill Fields /|rIain Sinclair (1943- ) --
       |tHurricane drummers : self-aid in Haggerston /|rIain 
       Sinclair (1943- ) --|tEarls Court /|rMimi Khalvati (1944- 
       ) --|tPleasure Island, marble arch /|rCarol Rumens (1944- 
       ) --|tLonely hearts /|rWendy Cope (1945- ) --|tAfter the 
       lunch /|rWendy Cope (1945- ) --|tPerduta gente /|rPeter 
       Reading (1946-2011) --|tNorth London sonnet /|rChristopher
       Reid (1949- ) --|tExasperated piety /|rChristopher Reid 
       (1949- ) --|tMuseum, 19 Princelet Street, Spitalfields /
       |rGillian Allnutt (1949- ) --|tToussaint L'Ouverture 
       acknowledges Wordsworth's Sonnet "To Toussaint 
       L'Ouverture" /|rJohn Agard (1949- ) --|tChilling out 
       beside the Thames /|rJohn Agard (1949- ) --|tIsland man /
       |rGrace Nichols (1950- ) --|tThe miracle at Shepherd's 
       Bush /|rCharles Boyle (1951- ) --|tLondon plane /|rAndrew 
       Motion (1952- ) --|tSonny's Lettah /|rLinton Kwesi Johnson
       (1952- ) --|tSt. Bride's /|rJo Shapcott (1953- ) --|tThe 
       river glideth of his own sweet will /|rMichael Donaghy 
       (1954-2004) --|tPoem on the underground /|rMichael Donaghy
       (1954-2004). 
505 00 |tQuentin Crisp as Prime Minister /|rJeremy Reed (1954- ) 
       --|tSainthood : elegies for Derek Jarman /|rJeremy Reed 
       (1954- ) --|tJohn Keats walks home following a night spent
       reading Homer with Cowden Clarke /|rJohn Stammers (1954- )
       --|tWoman seated in the underground, 1941 /|rCarol Ann 
       Duffy (1955- ) --|tThe London dissector /|rAlan Jenkins 
       (1955- ) --|tOccupations of Bridewell /|rJamie McKendrick 
       (1955- ) --|tPenal architecture /|rJamie McKendrick (1955-
       ) --|tThe deadhouse /|rJamie McKendrick (1955- ) --
       |tCockney /|rMick Imlah (1956-2009) --|tAlmost the equinox
       /|rSarah Maguire (1957- ) --|tFrom Kensal Rise to heaven /
       |rMichael Hofmann (1957- ) --|tFrom A to B and back again 
       /|rMichael Hofmann (1957- ) --|tMalvern Road /|rMichael 
       Hofmann (1957- ) --|tSmash the windows /|rMaura Dooley 
       (1957- ) --|tThe bombs, July 2005 /|rDavid Kennedy (1959- 
       ) --|tHome /|rFred d'Aguiar (1960- ) --|tRiver history /
       |rLavinia Greenlaw (1962- ) --|tThe fires by the river /
       |rGlyn Maxwell (1962- ) --|tKX /|rSimon Armitage (1963- ) 
       --|tAnother Westminster Bridge /|rAlice Oswald (1966- ) --
       |tYobbos! /|rDaljit Nagra (1966- ) --|tThe tip /|rNick 
       Laird (1975- ) --|tGerman phenomenology makes me want to 
       strip and run through north London /|rHeather Phillipson 
       (1978- ) --|tDonjong Heights /|rBen Borek (1980- ) --|tBig
       skies over docklands /|rTom Chivers (1983- ) --
       |t[Dionysus] /|rAhren Warner (1986- ). 
520    London has long been understood through the poetry it has 
       inspired. Now poet Mark Ford has assembled the most 
       capacious and wide-ranging antholgy of poems about London 
       to date, from Chaucer to Wordworth to the present day, 
       providing a chronological tour of urban life and of 
       English literature. 
650  0 English poetry. 
650  7 English poetry.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00912278 
651  0 London (England)|vPoetry. 
651  7 England|zLondon.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204271 
655  7 Poetry.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423828 
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