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cataract of Lodore

Robert Southey

cataract of Lodore

a poem

by Robert Southey

  • 317 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Dial Books for Young Readers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waterfalls -- Juvenile poetry.,
  • Children"s poetry, English.,
  • Waterfalls -- Poetry.,
  • English poetry.

  • About the Edition

    A poetic description of a famous English waterfall by the nineteenth-century writer who served as England"s poet laureate for thirty years.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Southey ; illustrated by Mordicai Gerstein.
    ContributionsGerstein, Mordicai, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5464 .C38 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1883215M
    ISBN 100803710267, 0803710259
    LC Control Number90044034

    out of 5 stars Splish splash to the Cataract of Lodore Reviewed in the United States on Ap This is a wonderful book to introduce poetry to young people. Although the poem was written almost years ago, it is still a delight to read/5.   This is a wonderful book to introduce poetry to young people. Although the poem was written almost years ago, it is still a delight to read. The illustrations provide beautiful support to the poetry. Both the poem and the illustrations will be enjoyed by children of all s: 7.

    Come down at Lodore?' My little boy asked me Thus, once on a time; And moreover he tasked me To tell him in rhyme. Anon, at the word, There first came one daughter, And then came another, To second and third The request of their brother, And to hear how the water Comes down at Lodore, With its rush and its roar, As many a time They had seen it /5. Compare 'The Cataract of Lodore' with 'The Pied Piper' An extract from this poem by Robert Southey, describing the waterfall. Would work well as a comparison with Browning's description of the rats. Language focus: present participles.

    It's a beautiful time of year when everything comes back to life after a long winter. A wonderful spring poem for all ages. The Cataract Of Lodore by Robert Southey - Rainy Day Poems. Click to read more about The Cataract of Lodore by Robert Southey. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Southey's poem really works well as the text for a children's book. Catrow's lovely illustrations, featuring a father and his three children taking a whimsical trip by armchair down the waterfall, make /5(1).


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The Cataract of Lodore. Robert Southey, David Catrow (Illustrator) Rating details 20 ratings 6 reviews. At the request of his children, the author creates a descriptive poem evoking the sound and feel of water that flows on its way to a famous waterfall at Lodore in England/5. This is a wonderful book to introduce poetry to young people.

Although the poem was written almost years ago, it is still a delight to read. The illustrations provide beautiful support to the poetry. Both the poem and the illustrations will be enjoyed by children of all ages/5(8). A famous waterfall in the British countryside takes on a life of its own in this rousing poem.

Southey, former Poet Laureate of England, indulges his children by elaborately cataract of Lodore book one of their favorite questions--"How does the water come down at Lodore?"--in vivid verse/5(8). This is a wonderful book to introduce poetry to young people.

Although the poem was written almost years ago, it is still a delight to read. The illustrations provide beautiful support to the poetry. Both the poem and the illustrations will be enjoyed by children of all ages/5(7). The Cataract of Lodore. Robert Southey (–) Described in “Rhymes for the Nursery”.

“HOWdoes the water. Come down at Lodore!”. My little boy asked me. Thus, once on a time; And moreover he tasked me. The Cataract of Lodore. Southey's 19th-century poem describing the nature of his children's favorite waterfall splashes along swimmingly in this picture book rendition.

Water and lily pads have. The Cataract of Lodore. Robert Southey (). Lodore. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, ed. Poems of Places: An Anthology in 31 Volumes. England: Vols. I-IV. The Cataract of Lodore. Buy this book. Amazon. Barnes & Noble. Bookshop.

Zzyyxx Books. A famous waterfall in the British countryside takes on a life of its own in this rousing poem. Southey. Romantic readings: Robert Southey’s The Cataract of Lodore. By the early s Robert Southey, Poet Laureate, was writing serious historical books, reading Montaigne, teaching himself Danish and remarking that ‘my career as a poet is almost at an end’.

But in he published ‘ The Cataract of Lodore ‘, a poem that illustrates a more playful side of his personality. The book is a great start It is a great introduction to many of the most important players in natural medicine for healing the underlying causes of cataract It is a great resource for health practitioners and for educated caregivers and other health enthusiasts But, ultimately, the book cannot answer your most important question.

The cataract of Lodore. [Robert Southey; David Catrow; Henry Holt and Company.] -- At the request of his children, the author creates a descriptive poem evoking the sound and feel of water that flows on its way to a famous waterfall at Lodore in England.

The Cataract of Lodore book. Poet Laureate Southey's classic Georgian poem leads readers on a rollicking trip down Cumberland, England's famous waterfall, in an illustrated picture-book version of. THE CATARACT OF LODORE User Review - Kirkus. Oddly enough, Mordecai Gerstein's lovely, comical edition of this onomatopoeic poem—in which a poet laureate describes one of Britain's waterfalls to 4/5(1).

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Title: D:MiscThe Cataract of Author: danielhaas Created Date: 6/26/ AM. the Fourth Volume of Burton Egbert Stevenson's Home Book of Versewhich is available at Project Gutenberg. (The version of "The Cataract" used here is from the Third Volume.) Students will probably enjoy describing their favorite halfback slipping and sliding, driving and diving.

Or they may prefer a. The shape below is formed from the full 71 lines describing the cataract and the photograph of the Lodore Falls I used appears on the Footless Crow site, where it accompanies the text of a letter Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote to Sara Hutchinson in 'Lodore' he says 'is beyond all rivalry the first and best thing of the whole Lake Country.'.

THE CATARACT OF LODORE. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. At his children's request, one of Britain's poet laureates () explains ""How does the Water/Come down at Lodore?""--a waterfall at the upper end of Derwentwater, also a favorite haunt of Beatrix Potter's.

When the rhyme and the cataract gather force and speed up, the characters tumble down vertical double-page spreads. Children will enjoy turning the book to follow the falls.

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"The Cataract of Lodore" is a poem written in by the English poet Robert Southey which describes the Lodore Falls on the Watendlath. Publication history. Lodore Falls. One of Southey's most popular poems, "The Cataract of Lodore" made an early.Get this from a library! The cataract of Lodore: a poem.

[Robert Southey; Mordicai Gerstein] -- A poetic description of a famous English waterfall by the nineteenth-century writer who served as England's poet laureate for thirty years.

out of 5 stars Splish splash to the Cataract of Lodore Ap This is a wonderful book to introduce poetry to young people. Although the poem was written almost years ago, it /5.