I Kiss Cold Glass, M L Eaton
  • $2.97
    • Facebook Share
    • Twitter Share
    • Pinterest Share

Details

I Kiss Cold Glass

Author: M L Eaton

Narrator: Marion Eaton

Unabridged: 52 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Author's Republic

Published: 12/19/2016

Genre: Poetry - English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh

Synopsis

"I Kiss Cold Glass is a timeless treasure: unputdownable and unforgettable." Reader's review. "Beautiful, full of loving wisdom." Reader's review "It's a long time since an anthology took me through such a range of emotions from sadness to melancholy to joy to name just a few. There were tears on my cheeks." Reader's review "Lyrical, poignant, funny, yearning, nostalgic, passionate, sensual and sensuous, this collection of poems, written by different generations of women from the same family, expresses and evokes all these emotions. Life and love are described here with heartfelt sincerity and honesty. Several of the poems made me feel, "Yes, I know how that feels, that's exactly how it is!" Reader's review. "This book is as important in concept as it is in the depth of the emotions it conveys. Describing the joys and travails of three generations of women, its poetry speaks not only for past generations and their children but also for those yet to come." Reader's review. This anthology of poetry, reflects the emotions, thoughts, loves, sadnesses, fears and experiences that have been the destiny of women throughout history. Composed over 92 years by three generations of women in the same family, it is a treasury of beautiful language and deep thought.

Recommended

Shakespeare's Sonnets
by William Shakespeare

Savor the most celebrated love poems in the English language. Written almost 400 years ago, the sonnets of William Shakespeare are passionate and exalted, rich in imagery and alliteration, and full of mystery and intrigue.

Narrator: Simon Callow
Published: 10/10/2005

John Donne
by John Donne

Although the poet John Donne lived so long ago, some phrases from his writing still linger with us today, such as no man is an island, death, be no proud, and for whom the bell tolls, the last of which provided the title for one of Ernest Hemingways...

Narrator: Frederick Davidson
Published: 02/23/2012

Gerard Manley Hopkins
by Gerard Manley Hopkins

A collection of the best-known poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889). One of the Victorian era’s greatest writers, Hopkins’ reputation has continued to grow since his death. Our Great Poets series, launched in 2007, has proven...

Narrator: Jeremy Northam
Published: 09/01/2008

Samson Agonistes
by John Milton

Samson Agonistes, the 'dramatic poem' by John Milton, was published in 1671, three years before the poet's death. Written in the form of a Greek tragedy, with the Chorus commenting on the action, it follows the biblical story of the blind Samson as ...

Narrator: Iain Glen, and cast
Published: 01/06/2014

John Keats: Poems
by John Keats

This well-edited recording contains Keats's most famous works.

Narrator: Douglas Hodge
Published: 10/10/2005

W. B. Yeats: Poems
by William Yeats

This compelling collection spans Yeats's career: from the poems of his early years, which display his interest in Irish myths and his hopeless passion for Irish patriot Maud Gonne, to the soaring, majestic poems of his old age.

Narrator: T.P. McKenna
Published: 10/10/2005

Paradise Lost
by John Milton

As Vergil had surpassed Homer by adapting the epic form to celebrate the origin of the author’s nation, Milton developed it yet further to recount the origin of the human race itself and, in particular, the origin of and the remedy for evil; t...

Narrator: Thomas A. Copeland
Published: 04/27/2016

The Great Poets: The War Poetry of Wilfred Owen
by Wilfred Owen

No poet is more closely identified with the First World War than Wilfred Owen. His striking body of work, grim to the point of brutality yet, at the same time, majestic and awe-inspiring, defines the war for us. It is in each of these famous poems t...

Narrator: Anton Lesser
Published: 11/04/2013

Wordsworth
by William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth (1770 1850) is one of the most popular and enduring of the English poets. His poetry is beloved for its deep feeling, its use of ordinary speech, and its celebration of nature and of the beauty and poetry in the commonplace. Toget...

Narrator: Frederick Davidson
Published: 03/08/2012
{"id":"1576072","ean":"9781518940552","abr":"Unabridged","title":"I Kiss Cold Glass","subtitle":"","author":"M L Eaton","rating_average":"0","narrator":"Marion Eaton","ubr_id":"1576072","abr_id":"0","ubr_price":"3.97","abr_price":"0.00","ubr_memprice":"2.38","abr_memprice":"0.00","ubr_narrator":"Marion Eaton","abr_narrator":"","ubr_length":"Unabridged: 52 min","abr_length":"Abridged: "}