Taking your first steps into higher education
Taking your first steps into higher education

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Taking your first steps into higher education

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Browning, E. B. (1806-1861) The Complete Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Porter, C. E. & Clarke, H. A. (eds), (6 volumes), New York, Thomas Y. Cromwell & Co. (this edition 1900).
Coleridge, S. T. (1772-1834) Poetical Works, Mays, J.C.C. (ed.), Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press (this editon 2001). Also available as an e-book for OU MA Literature through OU library: The rime of the ancient mariner in seven parts [Online] via LION.
Shakespeare, W. (1564-1616) The Complete Sonnets and Poems, Burrow, C. (ed.), Oxford, Oxford University Press (this edition 2002).
'Fire and Ice' Recited by the Poet himself! Robert Frost Poem Taught in SFHS's Literature Classes (2013) YouTube video, added by Tim Gracyk [Online]. Available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzU7_NiApvs (Accessed 8 August 2014).
Robert Frost's 'Fire and Ice' read by Richard Burton (2011) YouTube video, added by Cakes in the Rain [Online]. Available at www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjp1zdOaNCo (Accessed 8 August 2014).
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