Thomas Hood Audio Books

Thomas Hood (1799–1845) was a British humorist and poet. He entered the English literary society as associate editor of London Magazine, and authored many humorous works on contemporary issues. Known as a humorist, his poetry did not at first fare well in the public eye, though he eventually found great success in this capacity. Nine years after his death, a monument was erected in his memory in the cemetery of Kensal Green.

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Extended Sample A Tale of the Great Plague  by Thomas Hood
Extended Sample The Ode  by Thomas Hood
Extended Sample The Poetry of Thomas Hood  by Thomas Hood
Extended Sample The Poetry of Death, Vol. 1  by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Extended Sample The Poetry of England, Vol. 2  by John Keats
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