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The best way to experience the poetry of Wendy Cope on your iPad. Faber Voices lifts classic poems off the page, bringing together audio recordings of great poets reading their own work with an editor’s selection of their poems. A wonderful and intimate experience for poetry lovers, Faber Voices are also an invaluable resource for those studying or exploring these works for the first time. This selection allows you to appreciate the poems as never before, in a beautifully clean design, with options to read and listen to the poet simultaneously. This is how poetry for iBooks should be.
See each poem exactly as it was intended, in a fixed format with no erroneous line breaks.
Hear every poem as it should be heard, read by the poet at the tap of a finger.
Experience the ultimate Cope selection, made exclusively for this ebook.
The full list of poems:
Defining the Problem
Some More Light Verse
Another Unfortunate Choice
A Christmas Poem
Kindness to Animals
The Uncertainty of the Poet
In the Rhine Valley
After the Lunch
The Christmas Life
By The Round Pond
Haiku: Looking out …
Differences of Opinion (i) He Tells Her
On A Train
A Nursery Rhyme as it might have been written by Wordsworth
A Nursery Rhyme as it might have been written by T.S.Eliot
Waste Land Limericks
A Policeman’s Lot
An Attempt at Unrhymed Verse
Wendy Cope was born in Erith, Kent. After university she worked for fifteen years as a primary-school teacher in London. Her first collection of poems, Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis, was published in 1986. In 1987 she received a Cholmondeley Award for poetry and in 1995 the American Academy of Arts and Letters Michael Braude
Award for light verse. Two Cures for Love: Selected Poems 1979-2006 was published in 2008.
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