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Title : Helen of Troy and Other Poems
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ISBN : 9780548317952
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 124 Pages
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Helen of Troy and Other Poems Reviews

  • Nikki
    2019-01-04 19:58

    I loved some of the poems in here a lot. The title poem, for example, with lines like, "Lo, I shall live to conquer Greece again!", and Guenevere, "All this grows bitter that was once so sweet,/And many mouths must drain the dregs of it./But none will pity me, nor pity him/Whom Love so lashed, and with such cruel thongs."Some of the poems -- particularly the "Love Songs" part -- got repetitive. But each on their own is lovely.

  • Abrar Alnaseri
    2019-01-03 14:04

    When anyone reads this book he will see the beauty of love but will suffer from the aches of the heart break that each poem carries underneath its skin.The subjects that Sara chose to lay down her feelings on papers; reminds me so much of John Keats's.Amazing how those two turned their sufferings into art.

  • Amanda
    2019-01-15 16:36

    Fourth one. A romping time as this was apparently one of the very first ones put out. I very much likes all the first person pov poems honestly. There's so much depth and completely division of who is who and how they act and felt and I adored this book as well.

  • Melody
    2019-01-08 14:03

    Teasdale makes it look so easy. Her poems are so simple on the surface, but they reverberate down the years.

  • Mary Frances
    2018-12-22 19:04

    I quite enjoyed this collection and am eager to read her later works. Helen of Troy is quite good, especially if you've read The Iliad.

  • Susan Molloy
    2019-01-14 19:47

    This is a nice collection of Teasdale’s poetry that keeps my attention from beginning to end. She wrote them well. The format on my Kindle wasn’t quite “right,” so I adjusted my font size, and it was a little bit easier to read, but still not exactly formatted well; therefore, the poems’ beginnings and endings where not clear, and I needed to re-read some works to follow along. 📌Discovered on Amazon Kindle.