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  • Walter De La Mare

    Prepare to be frightened! This audiobook is sure to bring chills down your spine. Be careful what you wish...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Prepare to be frightened! This audiobook is sure to bring chills down your spine. Be careful what you wish...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Prepare to be frightened! This audiobook is sure to bring chills down your spine. Be careful what you wish...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Prepare to be frightened! This audiobook is sure to bring chills down your spine. Be careful what you wish...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Prepare to be frightened! This audiobook is sure to bring chills down your spine. Be careful what you wish...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    This fantastic adventure into the realms of the imagination is a superb example of the incomparable skill of poet Walter de la Mare. In this collection the poet explores the intersection of reality and fantasy within the context of an earth-centeredness that extends far beyond our knowing present - an exploration garnered from dreams, from mindful awakening, indeed from ephemeral ventures into the hitherto unknown. In this series of related but diverse poems de la Mare appeals to our thoughtful consideration of his work based not solely on its subject matter but from an element of the supernatural interweaved within each verse. The poet's work thus both unites and at times divides our...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Early poems written by Walter de la Mare. de la Mare is best remembered for his works for children. This collection includes: Poems: 1906 The Listeners: 1914 Motley: 1918 Songs of Childhood: 1901 (Summary by...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Ophelia, poem of the week for February 25, 2007; read here by twelve of our readers. This was published in 1920 in "Collected Poems 1901-1918" by Walter De la Mare. Ophelia loved Hamlet, was repulsed by him, and went insane. She drowned in a stream, gathering flowers of remembrance. This is one of a number of poems that De La Mare wrote about Shakespeare characters. (Summary by Peter...read more

  • Walter De La Mare

    Under the terms of a will, the Wildersham children have to relocate from the family house in the city to "Crossings" in the country, and to spend the first fortnight alone fending for themselves in the house. The children encounter interesting country neighbors, including ghosts and fairies. Or are they dreaming? Walter De La Mare was a poet, and we have a number of his poems available at Librivox. This is his only play: "Crossings was produced for the first time in 1919, at the Wick School, Hove, to celebrate the coming of Peace. With the exception of one grown-up, Mr. Sebastian Sprott, its characters were taken by boys aged fourteen, or...read more