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Books We Love: Sound the Deep Waters

Enjoy classic works of literature, poetry and art with editor Pamela Norris’s compilation book, Sound the Deep Waters: Women’s Romantic Poetry in the Victorian Age.

This book of poetry consists of four major sections, sorted by genre, and presented in a way that highlights both the comforting and relatable tones of the dynamic, romantic relationship: “Love’s Bitter Sweets,” “Moments of Delight,” “Dreams and Realities,” and “Last Songs.” Each sections provides readers with 12 poems and prints of artwork to absorb and enjoy.

fullsizerenderFeatured in the book are works from well-respected poets and authors: Emily Dickinson, Emily Jane Bronte, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, George Elliot, Christina Rossetti and many more.
Together these poets bring emotions of love and longing to the surface of each reader’s heart, aided by the classic and intricate illustrations of artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Evelyn de Morgan, and John Everett Millais. These reproductions of Pre-Raphaelite paintings will draw in readers, fully immersing them into the Romantic and Victorian eras of love; depictions of queens, stormy seas, fruitful gardens and angels drape across the pages, bringing the poems to life.

With over 52 color illustrations and 48 poems to explore, Sound the Deep Waters offers an array of classic, Romantic and Victorian poetry. Share this book with your sweetheart, a dear friend, or someone close to your heart to let them know you care. Whether it is for an anniversary, special occasion, birthday, or just because, this compilation of delicate art and literacy will certainly communicate that you care in a refreshingly classic, romantic way.

 

Written by Emily McCaul