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A. E. Housman (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Bloom's Major Poets, Comprehensive Research and Study Guide by Harold Bloom
Allen Tate: Blooms Major Poets: Comprehensive Research And Study Guide by Harold Bloom
Christina Rossetti: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
E. E. Cummings (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Edgar Allan Poe (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Elizabeth Bishop : comprehensive research and study guide by Harold Bloom
Emily Dickinson (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Geoffrey Chaucer (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Gwendolyn Brooks (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Hart Crane: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
John Ashbery: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
John Donne: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
John Keats (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
John Milton: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Langston Hughes: comprehensive research and study guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Marianne Moore: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Mark Strand (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Maya Angelou (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Percy Shelley (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Poets of World War 1: Wilfred Owen & Isaac Rosenberg (Bloom's Major Poets) Part 1 by Harold Bloom
Poets of World War I: Rupert Brooke and Siegfried Sassoon (Bloom's Major Poets) (Part 2) by Harold Bloom
Robert Browning (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Robert Frost (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Seamus Heaney (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Shakespeare's Poems and Sonnets (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Shakespeare's Poems & Sonnets (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Sylvia Plath: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
T.S. Eliot: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
W. S. Merwin (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Wallace Stevens (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
Walt Whitman: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
William Blake (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
William Butler Yeats (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
William Carlos Williams: Comprehensive Study and Research Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom
William Wordsworth: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom

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