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Verses on Sir Joshua Reynold's Painted Window at New College, Oxford
Thomas Warton Jr.
Ah, stay thy treacherous hand, forbear to trace Those faultless forms of elegance and grace! Ah, cease to spread the bright transparent mas...Rate it:

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Anecdote For Fathers
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
paced the curving High, To view the sights of Oxford town We raised our feet (like Nelly Bly), ARate it:

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The Scholar-Gipsy
Matthew Arnold
sun with shade; And the eye travels down to Oxford's towers. And near me on the grass lies GlanvilRate it:

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Robert Fleming Gourley
James McIntyre
There came to Oxford Robert Gourley, In his old ago his health was poorly ; He was a relic of the past, In his dotage sinking fast, Yet he was ere...Rate it:

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English Names on Canadian Thames
James McIntyre
Thames, And charms to them she hath lent, In Oxford, Middlesex and Kent. She Essex kisseth in her mRate it:

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Facts About Cheese
James McIntyre
Factory. The Dnnn Cheese Factory, North Oxford, secured first prize at the great Centennial ExhibitRate it:

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On Queen Anne's Peace, Anno 1713
Thomas Parnell
then fill'd with warmth divine She call'd her Oxford to the grand design; Her Oxford prudent in affRate it:

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The Ghost - Book IV
Charles Churchill
banks of Isis now prefer, Nor will one hour from Oxford stir,-- Are held for form, which Balaam's aRate it:

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George Macdonald
Katharine Lee Bates
I HEARD him preach in Oxford years ago, A snowy-haired and tender-faced apostle. I watched the beech against the window blow, And listened to the t...Rate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE MILLERES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
John, a rich and credulous carpenter of Oxford, is beguiled by his wife Alison, through Nicholas, aRate it:

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A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The Whit
Richard Lovelace
to give us somewhat new, Hath brought up OXFORD with him to show you; Pray be not frighted--Tho theRate it:

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A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The White Fryers
Richard Lovelace
to give us somewhat new, Hath brought up OXFORD with him to show you; Pray be not frighted--Tho theRate it:

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Agincourt
Michael Drayton
such another. Warwick in blood did wade, Oxford the foe invade, And cruel slaughter made StRate it:

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Alf’s Seventh Bit
Ezra Pound
where the Co-ops are goin' to, And that Oxford Street site Is not suited to co-operation A sort of'Rate it:

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Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind. In Three Cantos. - Canto I.
Matthew Prior
system, Richard, we are told The men of Oxford firmly hold: The Cambridge wits, you know, deny WithRate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto I
Arthur Hugh Clough
friends of the name of Trevellyn. * The 1968 Oxford Edition, edited by A.L.P. Norrington, includesRate it:

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An American Addresses Philomela
John Crowe Ransom
a hypermuscular race? I pernoctated with the Oxford students once, And in the quadrangles, in the Rate it:

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Atlas; Or The Minister Of State
Jonathan Swift
TO THE LORD TREASURER OXFORD 1710 Atlas, we read in ancient song, Was so exceeding tall and strong, He bore the skies upon his back, Just as the p...Rate it:

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Baloo Loo For Jenny
Robert Graves
upon a Spanish horse Saddled for her dreams. By Oxford and by Chester, To Berwick-on-the-Tweed, ThRate it:

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Before a Statue of Achilles
George Santayana
fresh; where branching Isis hems The lawns of Oxford round about, or where Enchanted Eton sits by pRate it:

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Catching The Coach
Alfred Thomas Chandler
and Cockneys, and Cantabs of yore And B.As from Oxford in blue-shirt disguise. And two mornings laRate it:

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Daisy
Richard Aldington
Laodamia ... And there are you A whore in Oxford Street. Rate it:

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Damon vs. Pythias
William Schwenck Gilbert
school They'd done each other's sums, And under Oxford's gentle rule Had been the closest chums. BRate it:

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Dear Old London
Eugene Field
London in the fall of '89, I chanced to spy in Oxford Street this tantalizing sign, 'A Splendid HRate it:

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Inscription 01 - For A Tablet At Godstow Nunnery
Robert Southey
rest thee! from the neighbouring towers Of Oxford, haply thou hast forced thy bark Up this strong sRate it:

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