Men and Women: the Poetry of Love
Stating that preoccupation with love is as timeless as it is universal, an experienced anthologist proves his point in this wide-ranging collection of love poems from the ancient "Song of songs" through Latin, medieval, Elizabethan, and Victorian poets to today's writers.
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