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Seasons Come To Pass: A Poetry Anthology For Southern African Students

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This anthology draws from a wide range of canonical, unusual, erotic, amusing, and politically pertinent poetry from all over the world spanning some 15 centuries. This latest edition includes new notes and exercises, and has a freshly designed, learning-friendly format that makes it more relevant and accessible to students of poetry in Southern Africa.
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Published December 31st 2002 by Oxford University Press, USA
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Nov 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
🌟This is a collection of some of the most famous and brilliant poems in the world, but that's not all...

🌟This book starts off with the history of the English Language. I found it extremely interesting to see where and how the English language originated. It also has a section on how to interpret and analyse poetry.

🌟Along with the most brilliant poems I've ever read there are short histories of each poet featured in this book.

🌟Lastly (and yes I know this book is for students and it makes sense f
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