English Poetry BooksPoetry books in English
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I' m very interested in this one. Oh, I officialy like English poetry!
What volumes of English poetry are nice and simple to work with?
If you are looking for books to help you become familiar with the English, poetry is probably not the best first step. Poetics tend to be a very obscure discipline, as it naturally bears very complicated thoughts and meaning in a world that can be very frank.
Apart from that, there is a poet who writes in a suitable reading and enjoyment style. As poetry previously (especially poetry of the 18th to 19th centuries, such as Wordsworth, Byron and Wilde) tends to be very flowery, lengthy and difficult to understand as a non-flowing voice.
First I suggest that you look at the various verses to see what you are easily understood and, more to the point, you are happy to do. Margaret Atwood, one of my favorite authors, is writing excellent poetry that I think is easily readable (perhaps not so easily understood).
It might be a good one for you because it uses plain text to produce really mighty images with great accuracy. Charles Bukowski is another author who uses a straightforward and narrative type. I' d suggest that you look through serious sites like poets.org or poetry society.org.uk and reading the work of different poets.
Then when you have a better understanding of which poets you prefer to read and best comprehend, you can buy a compilation of them.