Poetry for Students is designed specifically to meet the curricular needs of high school and undergraduate college students studying poetry. A quick but information-rich reference source, each volume of Poetry for Students provides analysis of approximately 20 poems that teachers and librarians have identified as the most frequently studied in literature courses. For each poem, students will discover:
- An overview essay on the poem - An analysis of the work's construction and form - An examination of key themes addressed in the poem - A discussion of the historical and cultural context in which the poem was composed - Selected criticism on the poem or poet - A brief author biography
Poems covered in volume 36 include - 'All Shall be Restored' by Kay Ryan - 'Hawthorne' by Robert Lowell - 'Moon Rondeau' by Carl Sandburg - 'To Autumn' by John Keats - 'When in Rome' by Mari Evans and more.