CLASICS IN ÑSPEL

A selection of works by well-known authors, transcribed from traditional spelling into Ñspel. With audio accompaniment.

Maya ANGELOU · Margaret ATWOOD · Jane AUSTEN · James BERRY · William BLAKE · Ray Bradbury · Robert BRIDGES · Anne BRONTË · Emily BRONTË · Elizabeth Barrett BROWNING · Robert BURNS · Lewis CARROLL · G K CHESTERTON · John CLARE · Samuel Taylor COLERIDGE · William H DAVIES · Walter DE LA MARE · Daniel DEFOE · Charles DICKENS · Emily DICKINSON · John DONNE · Paul Laurence DUNBAR · George ELIOT · Rachel FIELD · Robert FROST · W S GILBERT · Kenneth GRAHAME · George and Weedon GROSSMITH · Ivor GURNEY · Thomas HARDY · Frances Ellen Watkins HARPER · Tony HARRISON · Seamus HEANEY · William Ernest HENLEY · Gerard Manley HOPKINS · Ted HUGHES · Violet JACOB · Henry JAMES · Jenny JOSEPH · James JOYCE · Patrick KAVANAGH · John KEATS · Joyce KILMER · Rudyard KIPLING · Philip LARKIN · Jack LONDON · Richard LOVELACE · Louis MACNEICE · Katherine MANSFIELD · Christopher MARLOWE · Eric MASCHWITZ · Spike MILLIGAN · John MILTON · Edwin MORGAN · Oodgeroo NOONUCCAL (Kath WALKER) · Wilfred OWEN · Dorothy PARKER · Sylvia PLATH · Christina ROSSETTI · SAKI · Anna SEWELL · William SHAKESPEARE (Sonnets) · William SHAKESPEARE (Monologues, soliloquies & songs) · Mary SHELLEY · Sara TEASDALE · Alfred TENNYSON · Edward THOMAS · Laurie van der HART · H.G. WELLS · Oscar WILDE · Virginia WOOLF · William WORDSWORTH · William Butler YEATS

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Maya Angelou

Phenomenal Woman

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Margaret Atwood

Spelling

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Jane Austen

EmmaNorthanger AbbeyPride and Prejudice

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James Berry

Okay, Brown Girl, Okay

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William Blake

JerusalemA Poison TreeSongs of Innocence and Experience

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Ray Bradbury

There will come soft rains

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Robert Bridges

London Snow

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Anne Brontë

Lines composed in a wood on a windy day

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Emily Brontë

No Coward Soul Is Mine

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE

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Robert Burns

For A’ That and A’ That

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Lewis Carroll

Alice’s Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking-GlassThe Hunting of the SnarkJABBERWOCKY

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G K CHESTERTON

The Absence of Mr GlassThe Paradise of ThievesThe Rolling English Road

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John Clare

I Am!Love lives beyond the tombThe SkylarkSummerWhat Is Life?

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SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

Frost at MidnightKubla KhanThe Rime of the Ancient MarinerYouth and Age

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William H Davies

Killed in ActionLeisure

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Daniel Defoe

The Apparition of Mrs Veal

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Charles Dickens

The Cricket on the Hearth

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Emily Dickinson

BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATHI’m Nobody! Who Are You?

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John Donne

Meditation XVII

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Paul Laurence Dunbar

SympathyWe Wear the Mask

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George Eliot

Count That Day Lost

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Rachel Field

Something Told the Wild Geese

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Robert Frost

The Road Not TakenStopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

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W S Gilbert

Gentle Alice Brown

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Kenneth Grahame

The Wind in the Willows

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GEORGE AND WEEDON GROSSMITH

The Diary of a Nobody

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Ivor Gurney

Ballad of the Three SpectresFirst Time in

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Thomas Hardy

Channel FiringLet Me EnjoyRain on a GraveThe Voice

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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

Learning to ReadLet the Light EnterSongs for the People

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Tony Harrison

Book Ends

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Seamus Heaney

Blackberry-Picking

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William Ernest Henley

Invictus

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Gerard Manley Hopkins

God’s GrandeurThe Windhover

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Ted Hughes

The Thought Fox

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Violet Jacob

The Wild Geese

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Henry JAMES

The Turn of the Screw

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Jenny Joseph

Warning

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James Joyce

The SistersAn EncounterArabyEvelineAfter the RaceTwo GallantsThe Boarding HouseA Little CloudCounterpartsClayA Painful CaseIvy Day in the Committee RoomA MotherGraceThe Dead

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John Keats

ODES

On a Grecian UrnOn MelancholyTo a NightingaleTo Autumn

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Patrick Kavanagh

On Raglan Road

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Joyce Kilmer

Trees

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Rudyard Kipling

If –

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Philip Larkin

MCMXIV

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Jack London

A Wicked Woman

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Richard Lovelace

To Althea, from Prison

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Louis MacNeice

Dublin

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Katherine Mansfield

THE GARDEN PARTY AND OTHER STORIES

At the BayBank HolidayThe Daughters of the Late ColonelThe Garden PartyHer First BallAn Ideal FamilyThe Lady’s MaidLife of Ma ParkerMarriage à la ModeMiss BrillMr and Mrs DoveThe Singing LessonThe StrangerVoices of the AirThe VoyageThe Young Girl

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Christopher Marlowe

The Passionate Shepherd to his Love

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Walter de la Mare

Silver

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Eric Maschwitz

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

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Spike Milligan

The Bongaloo / Bazonka!

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John Milton

Sonnet 19: When I consider how my light is spent

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Edwin Morgan

Strawberries

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Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker)

No More Boomerang

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Wilfred Owen

Anthem for Doomed YouthDisabledDulce et Decorum EstExposureFutilityStrange Meeting

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Dorothy Parker

Poem in the American Manner

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Sylvia Plath

The Moon and the Yew Tree

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Christina Rossetti

After DeathGoblin MarketRemember

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Saki

The Open WindowTobermory

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Anna Sewell

Black Beauty

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William Shakespeare

SONNETS

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MONOLOGUES, SOLILOQUIES & SONGS

Hamlet: To be, or not to beJULIUS CAESAR: Friends, Romans, countrymenA MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM: …WHERE THE WILD THYME BLOWSRomeo and Juliet: But soft! What light…?TWELFTH NIGHT: O! Mistress mine…?

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Mary Shelley

Frankenstein

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Sara Teasdale

There will come soft rains

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Alfred TENNYSON

Break, Break, BreakCrossing the Bar

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Edward Thomas

AdlestropRoadsLike the Touch of Rain

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Laurie van der Hart

African Train TripBack to Face My MonstersCrossing the MaraEyes in the NightOn Her Deafness

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H G Wells

The Time MachineThe War of the Worlds

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Oscar Wilde

The Ballad of Reading GaolThe Nightingale and the Rose

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Virginia Woolf

A Haunted HouseTo the Lighthouse

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William Wordsworth

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudI Travelled among Unknown MenIntimations of ImmortalityLines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern AbbeyLines Written in Early SpringThe World Is Too Much With Us

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William Butler Yeats

Adam’s CurseDown by the Sally GardensThe Fiddler of DooneyHe wishes for the cloths of heavenThe Lake Isle of InnisfreeThe Second Coming

Last Updated on 13/10/2020 by Frank Johnson