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Faber Nature Poets

Behold the gorgeous Faber Nature Poets collection that Faber & Faber published last May. The collection consists on 6 poetry books by John Keats, John Clare, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Wordsworth, Edward Thomas and Thomas Hardy.

Eventually I decided to pick up the ones by Keats, Coleridge and Wordsworth since I had to study them this past semester at University and I fancied having them on my shelves individually rather than inside the Norton.

I might get the other three in the near future to complete the collection because Clare was mentioned briefly on my syllabus as well this year but we didn’t read anything by him. I’ve read Hardy before but never his poetry and I’ve heard really good things about it. The only other poet I didn’t know anything about was Edward Thomas but I want to change that.

Do you enjoy reading poetry?


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