Friday Giveaway: 15 Poetry Books - contest closed



It will be tough to top last week's giveaway, so I'm not even going to try. At least not for a while.

This week, we have fifteen poetry books. There are a few anthologies, a Scott, a Tennyson, a Browning, a leatherbound Milton...

Contest closed, winner announced shortly.


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64 comments:

  1. Love your site!!! Life needs a bit more poetry. Perfect for Valentine's.

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  2. I could use some poetry in my life :)

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  3. *swoon* Oh please oh please! How I would LOVE to win these! And I would share!!! Thank you as always for these wonderful giveaways!

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  4. What a terrific collection! Please count me in on the chance for the giveaway...thanks!

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  5. Now we're talking! Winning this lot would be like a jackpot lottery ticket. A collection to drool over.
    Thanks again.

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  6. Oh, these are absolutely lovely. I've been reading Browning for my Transatlantic Lit class this very week!

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  7. I'm especially intrigued by the title, "Rhymes of a Rolling Stone."

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  8. Pretty pretty... You sure have some nice books.

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  9. i'm anxious to see what's in the "city ballads"!

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  10. Not sure if this tops, but it's pretty darn close. Count me in!

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  11. Awww

    Just in time for the 14th :)

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  12. Browing, Tennyson and more poetry to be discovered? This is an exciting one! What a beautiful shelf of books.

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  13. gorgeous just looking at the covers all lined up there...

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  14. An amazingly beautiful collection. I'd love to treasure this among my other poetry collections.

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  15. You're right that nothing can top last week's, but this is still a nice set to give away!

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  16. Wow. Now that's a great giveaway! The books look awesome and surely are!

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  17. If these beautiful poetry books come to live with me, they will settle in a lovely wooden bookcase in my inner city classroom, alongside Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, Wordsworth, Dickinson, Poe, and many more. My students in the 8th grade right now are memorizing the poem The Raven. My 7th graders are memorizing Shakespeare. This set would be well used and treasured for years to come. Thanks for always offering such great giveaways.

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  18. Looks great. I would love to win these for my kids.

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  19. Awesome giveaway - please count me in!

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  20. Nice collection -- would love to have it!!

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  21. Ooh! I wanted to read poetry recently.

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  22. Lovely! Do you have a recommendation for a good anthology of Emily Dickensons works? Thanks!

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  23. What an outstanding Valentine's Day gift this would be! I would love this collection.

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  24. OOOOO!!!!!! MILTON!!!! *pleasepleasepleaseplease*

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  25. Put my name in the hat please!

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  26. Oh I do so love poetry! What a fabulous collection.

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  27. This is my favorite collection so far!

    "The words 'far, far away' had always a strange charm." -Tennyson

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  28. Thanks for the chase to win these beautiful books

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  29. i would really love those books. poem of my own...(free write)
    the artist makes a mark
    an author leaves some words
    the engineer leaves behind cars
    but what does a fire fighter leave?
    answer: a wet drippy puddle

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  30. Beautiful! The only downside is that I might have to share these particular books with my brother the poetry major...

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  31. Once again, a great giveaway. Please randomize me!

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  32. I would love to win these so incredibly much.

    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  33. I would love the books. Please let me take care of them.

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  34. nothing rocks the socks like a good poem

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  35. I would give these a very good home.

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  36. Oh my God. They're SO Beautiful! I want! Please!

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  37. I'm struggling to think of something as beautiful as old, used books of poetry.

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  38. My girlfriend would love these. Pick me, pick me!

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