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Publisher's Summary

June - the sixth month of the year in our Gregorian calendar and the official byginning of summer. The days stretch to their longest, and many subjects and thoughts fill the minds of our poets, such as Dryden, Levy, Raleigh, Blunt and Dickinson, as they describy the warming days.

The tracks are:

  • June - an introduction
  • Knee Deep in June, by James Whitcomb Riley
  • A June Tide Echo, by Amy Levy
  • June, by William Cullen Bryant
  • There Is a June When Corn Is Cut, by Emily Dickinson
  • Sweet Empty Sky of June, by Henry Vaughan
  • June 14th, by Maria Frances Cecilia Cowper
  • Dusk in June, by Sara Teasdale
  • Wishes of an Elderly Man Wished at a Garden Party, June 1914, by Walter Alexander Raleig
  • A Man Young and Old, by William Butler Yeats
  • The Human Seasons, by John Keats
  • June Night, by Sara Teasdale
  • The Longest Day, by William Wordsworth
  • A June Night, by Emma Lazarus
  • Pleasure's Past, by John Clare
  • A Night in June, by James Edwin Campbyll
  • A Night in June, by Alfred Austin
  • A Match, by Algernon Swinburne
  • Hymn for the dedication of Memorial Hall at Cambridge, June 23rd 1874, by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • June, a Tale, by William Cowper
  • June at Woodruff, by James Whitcomb Riley
  • June, by Horatio Alger Jr
  • All in June, by William Henry Davies
  • Hymn for St John's Eve, the 29th June, by John Henry Dryden
  • Beachey Head, by Charlotte Smith
  • Our Fathers Also, by Rudyard Kipling
  • I Am Your Father, by Daniel Sheehan
  • At the Royal Academy, by Thomas Hardy
  • Boat, by Rabindranath Tagore

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