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Kéramos and other poems

Kéramos : and other poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
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This is a collection of 51 poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. which include many sonnets, plus 7 translations of poems by Virgil, Ovid, Michael Angelo and others. The signature 20 minute poem, Kéramos, whisks us on an imaginary magic cloak around Europe to visit the most famous potteries of olden times, and the many edifices their ceramic art adorns and/or commemorates. Keramos is a name still used today for the study of ceramic materials both for art and for technology.

2-17 are grouped under BIRDS OF PASSAGE Flight the Fifth
18-36 are grouped under A BOOK OF SONNETS, PART II
37-43 are grouped under TRANSLATIONS
44-51 are grouped under SEVEN SONNETS and a Canzone, from the Italian of Michael Angelo

  • Summary by Michele Fry
Keramos
The Herons of Elmwood
A Dutch Picture
Castles in Spain
Vittoria Colonna
The Revenge of Rain-in-the-Face
To the River Yvette
The Emperor’s Glove
A Ballad of the French Fleet
The Leap of Roushan Beg
Haroun Al Raschid
King Trisanku
A Wraith in the Mist
The Three Kings
Song
The White Czar
Delia
Nature
In the Churchyard at Tarrytown
Eliot’s Oak
The Descent of the Moses
Venice
The Poets
Parker Cleveland
The Harvest Moon
To the River Rhone
The Three Silences of Molinos
The Two Rivers
Boston
St. John’s, Cambridge
Moods
Woodstock Park
The Four Princesses at Wilna
Holidays
Wapentake
The Broken Oar
Vergil’s First Eclogue, a translation
Ovid in Exile, a translation
On the Terrace of the Aigalades
To my Brooklet
Barreges
Forsaken
Allah
Sonnet I. The Artist, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Sonnet 2. Fire, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Sonnet 3. Youth and Age, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Sonnet 4. Old Age, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Sonnet 5. To Vittoria Colonna, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Sonnet 6. To Vittoria Colonna, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Sonnet 7. Dante, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
Canzone, a translation from the Italian of Michael Angelo
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