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The Poetry of December

John Keats

DECEMBER - The 12th month and closing month in the Gregorian calendar. Winter is upon the land and the poets including such as Keats, Shelley, Tennyson, Shakespeare and Stevenson reflect their views and thoughts Among our readers are Richard Mitchley and Ghizela Rowe. The tracks are; December - An Introduction; Ode Written On The First Of December By Robert Southey; A Calendar Of Sonnets - December By Helen Hunt Jackson; A December Day By Robert Fuller Murray; A Wife In London (December 1899) By Thomas Hardy; Come Come Thou Bleak December Wind (Fragment 3) By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Snow-Bound (The Sun That Brief December Day) By John Greenleaf Whittier; How Like A Winter Hath my Absence Been - Sonnet 97 By William Shakespeare; December By John Payne; Lines Written Among The Euganean Hills By Percy Bysshe Shelley; Sicily December 1908 By Henry Van Dyke; December By John Bannister Tabb; December Sales Drive By Daniel Sheehan; The Idlers Calendar. Twelve Sonnets For The Year - December By Wilfred Scawen Blunt; The December Rose By Edith Nesbit; On The Death Of Major Whitefoord, December 15th 1825 By Eliza Acton; December Matins By Alfred Austin; To A Lady Who Presented to The Author A Lock Of Hair Braided With His Own And Appointed A Night In December To Meet Him In The Garden By Lord Byron; Winter Stores By Charlotte Bronte; In Drear Nighted December By John Keats; The Foolish Fir Tree By Henry Van Dyke; The Death Of The Old Year By Alfred Lord Tennyson; Christmas At Sea By Robert Louis Stevenson; December 23rd 1879 By George MacDonald; Old Christmastide (An Extract) By Sir Walter Scott; Christmas Bells By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Ceremonies For Christmas By Robert Herrick; December 27th 1879 By George MacDonald; At The Entering Of The New Year By Thomas Hardy; Ring Out Wild Bells By Alfred Lord Tennyson.

DECEMBER - The 12th month and closing month in the Gregorian calendar. Winter is upon the land and the poets including such as Keats, Shelley, Tennyson, Shakespeare and Stevenson reflect their views and thoughts Among our readers are Richard Mitchley and Ghizela Rowe. The tracks are; December - An Introduction; Ode Written On The First Of December By Robert Southey; A Calendar Of Sonnets - December By Helen Hunt Jackson; A December Day By Robert Fuller Murray; A Wife In London (December 1899) By Thomas Hardy; Come Come Thou Bleak December Wind (Fragment 3) By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Snow-Bound (The Sun That Brief December Day) By John Greenleaf Whittier; How Like A Winter Hath my Absence Been - Sonnet 97 By William Shakespeare; December By John Payne; Lines Written Among The Euganean Hills By Percy Bysshe Shelley; Sicily December 1908 By Henry Van Dyke; December By John Bannister Tabb; December Sales Drive By Daniel Sheehan; The Idlers Calendar. Twelve Sonnets For The Year - December By Wilfred Scawen Blunt; The December Rose By Edith Nesbit; On The Death Of Major Whitefoord, December 15th 1825 By Eliza Acton; December Matins By Alfred Austin; To A Lady Who Presented to The Author A Lock Of Hair Braided With His Own And Appointed A Night In December To Meet Him In The Garden By Lord Byron; Winter Stores By Charlotte Bronte; In Drear Nighted December By John Keats; The Foolish Fir Tree By Henry Van Dyke; The Death Of The Old Year By Alfred Lord Tennyson; Christmas At Sea By Robert Louis Stevenson; December 23rd 1879 By George MacDonald; Old Christmastide (An Extract) By Sir Walter Scott; Christmas Bells By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Ceremonies For Christmas By Robert Herrick; December 27th 1879 By George MacDonald; At The Entering Of The New Year By Thomas Hardy; Ring Out Wild Bells By Alfred Lord Tennyson.
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DECEMBER - The 12th month and closing month in the Gregorian calendar. Winter is upon the land and the poets including such as Keats, Shelley, Tennyson, Shakespeare and Stevenson reflect their views and thoughts Among our readers are Richard Mitchley and Ghizela Rowe. The tracks are; December - An Introduction; Ode Written On The First Of December By Robert Southey; A Calendar Of Sonnets - December By Helen Hunt Jackson; A December Day By Robert Fuller Murray; A Wife In London (December 1899) By Thomas Hardy; Come Come Thou Bleak December Wind (Fragment 3) By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Snow-Bound (The Sun That Brief December Day) By John Greenleaf Whittier; How Like A Winter Hath my Absence Been - Sonnet 97 By William Shakespeare; December By John Payne; Lines Written Among The Euganean Hills By Percy Bysshe Shelley; Sicily December 1908 By Henry Van Dyke; December By John Bannister Tabb; December Sales Drive By Daniel Sheehan; The Idlers Calendar. Twelve Sonnets For The Year - December By Wilfred Scawen Blunt; The December Rose By Edith Nesbit; On The Death Of Major Whitefoord, December 15th 1825 By Eliza Acton; December Matins By Alfred Austin; To A Lady Who Presented to The Author A Lock Of Hair Braided With His Own And Appointed A Night In December To Meet Him In The Garden By Lord Byron; Winter Stores By Charlotte Bronte; In Drear Nighted December By John Keats; The Foolish Fir Tree By Henry Van Dyke; The Death Of The Old Year By Alfred Lord Tennyson; Christmas At Sea By Robert Louis Stevenson; December 23rd 1879 By George MacDonald; Old Christmastide (An Extract) By Sir Walter Scott; Christmas Bells By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Ceremonies For Christmas By Robert Herrick; December 27th 1879 By George MacDonald; At The Entering Of The New Year By Thomas Hardy; Ring Out Wild Bells By Alfred Lord Tennyson.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Percy Bysshe Shelley, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Shakespeare, Richard Mitchley, Ghizela Rowe

Length:

39m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

00:35


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

01:53


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

00:56


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

01:03


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

01:04


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

00:19


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

04:25


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

00:53


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

00:49


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

00:28


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

00:53


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

00:16


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

00:47


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

01:00


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

00:41


Chapter 16
Chapter 16

01:53


Chapter 17
Chapter 17

02:40


Chapter 18
Chapter 18

01:55


Chapter 19
Chapter 19

02:17


Chapter 20
Chapter 20

00:55


Chapter 21
Chapter 21

00:55


Chapter 22
Chapter 22

00:30


Chapter 23
Chapter 23

03:15


Chapter 24
Chapter 24

02:30


Chapter 25
Chapter 25

00:49


Chapter 26
Chapter 26

00:16


Chapter 27
Chapter 27

00:36


Chapter 28
Chapter 28

02:02


Chapter 29
Chapter 29

01:42


Chapter 30
Chapter 30

01:01


Chapter 31
Chapter 31

00:26


Chapter 32
Chapter 32

00:08