This book has one aim: to help you read, understand and appreciate poetry.
Do you really need a guide for that? Can’t you just get on and read some of the wonderful poetry that has been published in English?
You certainly can, but there are things you really need to know if you are going to get the most out of it.
Malcolm Hebron has spent years studying and teaching poetry. In this friendly, easy-to-read guide, he passes on what he has learnt while helping you read some famous (and not so famous) poems along the way...
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