Delphi Poets Series

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Delphi Poets Series

We are delighted to introduce our new series of classical literature titles.  The Delphi Poets Series offers customers the most comprehensive and well-formatted editions of poets available to eReaders.  Featuring biographies and other bonus material, these exciting titles are accompanied with concise introductions and beautiful illustrations.

Explore World Poetry with the Delphi Poets Series…

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Forthcoming titles in the series:

Charles G. D. Roberts
Epic of Gilgamesh
George Chapman
George William Russell
Gertrude Stein
Giacomo Leopardi
Hafez
Heinrich Heine
Ivor Gurney
James Thomson
John Gower
John Greenleaf Whittier
John Skelton
Joost van den Vondel
Joseph Addison
Kahlil Gibran
Matthew Prior
Nikolai Nekrasov
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Rabindranath Tagore
The Song of Roland
T. E. Brown
Thomas Moore
William Ernest Henley

Do you feel we have neglected a particular poet? Send us an email and let us know…

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2 thoughts on “Delphi Poets Series

  1. I’m very pleased to see James Thomson in your “coming soon” list. I’d suggested his work a while back, but he was such an obvious selection, I doubt that my suggestion had any weight on your choice. I note, in reading through your “coming soon” list today that Thomson is followed by John Gower. There is a connection that I suspect only a very, very few other people will note. Your edition of Gower will certainly be that of G. C. Macaulay. Macaulay also wrote a fine critical biography of Thomson. Like Macaulay, I found myself years ago obtaining a very similar pleasure from two writers who are generally not in any way connected. Now for another suggestion for Delphi, though not in the “Poets Series”: French novelist George Sand in English. I suspect out-of-copyright English translations of her works abound; she was arguably the best-known (most notorious as well) novelist of her time. Thank you, Delphi for much great reading.

  2. I’m sure I’m not the first, but just to be flippant — Bob Dylan.

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