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I. Sonnet (Czech, German, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
II. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
III. Sonnet (Czech, German, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
IV. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
V. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
VI. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
VII. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
VIII. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
IX. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part I (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
X. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part II (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
XX. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
XXIV. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
XXV. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part III (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part IV (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
XLVI. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
XLVII. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part V (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
L. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part VI (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
LXVI. Sonnet (Czech, German, Esperanto, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Swedish) – Shakespeare, William
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner / Part VII (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
LXXIII. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
LXXV. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
XCVII. Sonnet (Czech, German, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
CXXIX. Sonnet (Czech, German, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
CXXXIX. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
CXLVII. Sonnet (Czech, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
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A Bacchanalian (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
A Ballad of Burdens (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
A Ballad Of Dreamland (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
A Ballade of Suicide (Hungarian) – Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
A Beautiful Young Nymph Going To Bed (Hungarian) – Swift, Jonathan
A Bird came down the Walk (328) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Birthday (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
A Bottle And Friend (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
A boy’s song [video] (Hungarian) – Hogg, James
A Brown Girl Dead (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
A Butterfly in Church (Hungarian) – McClellan, George Marion
[A child said What is the grass?] (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
A Child's Grace (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
A Child’s Thought Of God (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
A Cloud withdrew from the Sky (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Coat (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Contemplation upon Flowers (Hungarian) – King, Henry
A Counterfeit — a Plated Person — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A curious Cloud surprised the Sky (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A dainty song (Hungarian) – Ramsay, Allan
A Death blow is a Life blow to Some (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Death Song (Hungarian) – Morris, William
A Death-scene (Hungarian) – Brontë, Emily
A Deep-Sworn Vow (Hungarian, Serbian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Dialogue Between The Soul And Body (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
A Dialogue Of Self And Soul [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Divine Image [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
A door just opened on a street (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A dream (German, Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
A Dream (Hungarian) – Blake, William
A Dream Within a Dream [video] (German, Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
A Drinking Song (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Drunken Man's Praise of Sobriety (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Dying Tiger — moaned for Drink — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Farewell to Arms (Hungarian) – Peele, George
A Forsaken Garden (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
A Fragment (Hungarian) – Marlowe, Christopher
A Grammarian's Funeral (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
A great Hope fell (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Grey Day (Hungarian) – Moody, William Vaughn
A Groatsworth of Wit Bought with a Million of Repentance (detail) (Hungarian) – Greene, Robert
A House upon the Height (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Hymn of Nature no. 7 (Gird on thy sword, O man) (Slovak) – Bridges, Robert
A Hymn to Christ, at the Author's last going into Germany (Hungarian) – Donne, John
A Hymn to God the Father (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
A Hymn to God the Father (Hungarian) – Donne, John
A Jacobite’s Epitaph (Hungarian) – Macaulay, Thomas Babington
A Lament (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
A lane of Yellow led the eye (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A learned man (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
A Leave-Taking (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
A lecture upon the shadow (Hungarian) – Donne, John
A life's parallels (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
A Light Snow-Fall after Frost (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
A Litany in Time of Plague has audio (Hungarian) – Nashe, Thomas
A little Dog that wags his tail (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Little Girl Lost (Hungarian) – Blake, William
A little Madness in the Spring (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Little While I Fain Would Linger Yet has audio (Hungarian) – Hayne, Paul Hamilton
A London Fête (Hungarian) – Patmore, Coventry
A long — long Sleep — A famous — Sleep — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A lover (German) – Lowell, Amy
A Man Feared That He Might Find An Assassin (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
A Man may make a Remark (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Match (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
A Meditation In Time Of War (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Memory Of the Players In a Mirror at Midnight (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
A mermaid (Hungarian, Serbian) – Yeats, William Butler
A Modest Proposal (Hungarian) – Swift, Jonathan
A Musical Instrument (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
A narrow Fellow in the Grass (986) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Negro Sermon: Simon Legree [video] (Hungarian) – Lindsay, Vachel
A Newspaper (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day, being the shortest day (Spanish, Hungarian) – Donne, John
A Nocturne (Hungarian) – Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen
A Pang is more conspicuous in Spring (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Pæan [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
A Poison Tree [video] (German, Hungarian, Serbian) – Blake, William
A Politically Incorrect Ode to Whitman (German) – Nair, Rukmini Bhaya
A Prairie Ride (Hungarian) – Moody, William Vaughn
A Prayer for my Daughter [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A question (Hungarian) – Synge, John Millington
A Red, Red Rose [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
A Riddle (German) – Didsbury, Peter
A Satirical Elegy on the Death of a Late Famous General (Hungarian) – Swift, Jonathan
A Satyr on Charles II (Hungarian) – Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester
A science — so the Savants say, (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Shropshire Lad (XIII) (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
A Shropshire Lad XXXI (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
A Sigh for Knockmany (Hungarian) – Carleton, William
A Silent Love (Hungarian) – Dyer, Edward
A Song About Myself (Hungarian) – Keats, John
A Song to a Lute (Hungarian) – Suckling, Sir John
A Sonnet (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
A Summer Evening Churchyard (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
A Tangled Tale (To my Pupil) (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
A Ternary Of Littles, Upon A Pipkin Of Jelly Sent To A Lady (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
A Thought went up my mind today — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A toad can die of light (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
A Trip to Paris and Belgium (detail) (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
A Twilight in Middle March (Hungarian) – Ledwidge, Francis
A Valediction Forbidding Mourning (Hungarian) – Donne, John
A Valediction: of Weeping (Hungarian) – Donne, John
A Valentine (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
A Venetian Pastoral (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
A virtuoso (Hungarian) – Dobson, Austin
A West Point Lampoon [Lines on Joe Locke] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
A Wish (Czech) – Arnold, Matthew
A Woman Young And Old (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
A year passes (German) – Lowell, Amy
A Young Wife (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Abou Ben Adhem (Hungarian) – Hunt, Leigh
About the Nightingale (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Absalom and Achitophel (Excerpt) (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
According to the Mighty Working (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Advice To A Raven In Russia (Hungarian) – Barlow, Joel
After (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
After Baudelaire, ‘Les Bijoux’ (German) – Lindop, Grevel
After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains... (Hungarian) – Keats, John
After Death [video] (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
After great pain, a formal feeling comes (341) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
After Love (Hungarian, Italian, Serbian) – Teasdale, Sara
After Schiller's 'A Maiden from Afar' (German) – Tranter, John
After the pangs of a desperate Lover (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
After the Winter (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
Afternoon in February (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Afterwards [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Against Them Who Lay Unchastity to the Sex of Women (Hungarian) – Habington, William
Ah! Sunflower (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Al Aaraaf (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
All Soul's Day (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
[All that was mortal] (Hungarian) – Teasdale, Sara
All the Flowers of the Spring (Hungarian) – Webster, John
All Things will Die (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
All ye woods… (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Alla Dogana (Hungarian) – Symons, Arthur
Alone [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Aloof (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Altered from an old English song (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
America (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Detail) (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Among School Children (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Amoretti: Sonnet 15 (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Amoretti: Sonnet 3 (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Amoretti: Sonnet 34 (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Amoretti: Sonnet 68 (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Amoretti: Sonnet 75 (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Amoretti: Sonnet 8 (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Amoris victima (detail) (Hungarian) – Symons, Arthur
Amours de Voyage (detail) (Hungarian) – Clough, Arthur Hugh
An acrostic (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
An Enigma (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
An Epicurean Ode (Hungarian) – Hall, John
An Epitaph (Hungarian) – Beattie, James
An Epitaph (Hungarian) – Davies, William Henry
An Epitaph on Salathiel Pavy, a child of Queen Elizabeth's Chapel (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife who died and were buried together (Hungarian) – Crashaw, Richard
An Essay on Criticism (detail) (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
An Essay on Criticism (details) (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
An evil spirit, your beauty… (Hungarian) – Drayton, Michael
An Excelente Balade of Charitie* (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell’s Return from Ireland (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
An Indignation Dinner (Hungarian) – Corrothers, James D.
An Inscription (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
An Irish Airman Foresees His Death [video] (Spanish, Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
An Ode for Him (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
An Ode to Himself (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
And If I Did, What Then? (Hungarian) – Gascoigne, George
And there was a great calm (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
And What Shall You Say? (Hungarian) – Cotter, Jr. Joseph Seamon
And You as Well Must Die, Beloved Dust (Sonnet VIII) [video] (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
Andrea del Sarto (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Annabel Lee [video] has audio (German, Esperanto, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Annunciations (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
Annus Mirabilis (details) (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
Answer To A Child's Question [video] (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Anthem For Doomed Youth [video] (Czech, French, Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
Apologia pro Poemate Meo (Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
Apology (Hungarian) – Lowell, Amy
April (German) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Arbor Vitae (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
Arcadia (detail) [video] (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Are They Shadows (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Are Ye Right There Michael has audio (Hungarian) – French, Percy
Art (Hungarian) – Melville, Herman
Art Thou Poor (Hungarian) – Dekker, Thomas
Artillerie (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
As from the darkening gloom a silver dove (Hungarian) – Keats, John
As If a Phantom Caress'd Me (German, Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
As imperceptibly as Grief (1540) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
As I Walk These Broad, Majestic Days (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Ask Me No More (Hungarian) – Carew, Thomas
Aspens (Hungarian) – Thomas, Edward
Astrophel and Stella 1 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 5 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 15 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 31 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 39 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 47 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 69 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 81 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 87 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella 108 (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella eleventh song (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophel and Stella fourth song (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Astrophobos [video] (Spanish) – Lovecraft, H. P.
At a Country Fair (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
At a Hasty Wedding (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
At a Lunar Eclipse [video] (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
At a Solemn Music (Hungarian) – Milton, John
At Castle Boterel (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
At Galway races (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
At Melville's Tomb [video] (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
At Parting (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
At Tea (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
At the Closed Gate of Justice (Hungarian) – Corrothers, James D.
At the Draper's (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
At the Mid Hour of Night (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
Atlantis (Hungarian) – Bottomley, Gordon
A Toccata of Galuppi’s (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Auld Lang Syne [video] (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Burns, Robert
Aurora Leigh (detail) (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Auspex (Hungarian) – Lowell, James Russell
Autumn (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Autumnus [video] (Hungarian) – Sylvester, Joshua
Ave Atque Vale (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Away, Delights (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
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Baby tortoise (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Baby's way (Hungarian) – Tagore, Rabindranath
Balder Dead (detail) (Hungarian) – Arnold, Matthew
Ballad (Hungarian) – Johnson, Samuel
Ballad The Tunning of Elinor (detail) (Hungarian) – Skelton, John
Ballad of Reading Gaol (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Barbara Frietchie (Hungarian) – Whittier, John Greenleaf
Bare Almond Trees (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Beauty (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
Because I could not stop for Death (712) (German, Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Bede's Death-song* (Hungarian) – Bede, Venerable
Bede’s Death Song* (Hungarian) – Bede, Venerable
Bedlam Boys (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Before (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Before The Beginning Of Years (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Before the Birth of One of Her Children (Hungarian) – Bradstreet, Anne
Before the ice is in the pools (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Beggar to Beggar Cried (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Behind Me—dips Eternity (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Bells (Czech) – Blodgett, E. D.
Beloved Physician (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Beppo (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Bermudas (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
Best Witchcraft is Geometry (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Between the form of Life and Life (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Between the Sunset and the Sea (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Bingen on the Rhine (Hungarian) – Norton, Caroline
Birds at Winter Nightfall (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Black Magdalens (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
Black Majesty (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
Blood And The Moon (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Blue Flower Second Version (German) – Cronin, M. T. C.
Bluebeard (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
Bonny Barbara Allan (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Bonny George Campbell (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Brahma has audio (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Break of Day in the Trenches (Hungarian) – Rosenberg, Isaac
Break, break, break (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Bridal Ballad (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Bridal Song* (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
British Journalist (Epigram) (Hungarian) – Wolfe, Humbert
Broken Dreams (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Brothers (Hungarian) – Johnson, James Weldon
Brown Boy to Brown Girl (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
Brumana (Hungarian) – Flecker, James Elroy
By Her Aunt's Grave (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
By the Statue of King Charles at Charing Cross (Hungarian) – Johnson, Lionel
Byzantium [video] has audio (Hungarian, Serbian) – Yeats, William Butler
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Cadenabbia (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Call for the Robin Redbreast (Hungarian) – Webster, John
Canto the fourth (Childe Harold’s details) (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Canto the third (Childe Harold’s detail) (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Cardinal Wolsey (detail) (Hungarian) – Skelton, John
Carolan’s lament over the grave of Mac Cabe (Hungarian) – Irish Minstrelsy
Cat’s meat (Hungarian) – Monro, Harold
Catholic Hymn (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Cædmon's Hymn* (Hungarian) – Cædmon
Cemeteries (Czech) – Blodgett, E. D.
certain maxims of archy (details) (Hungarian) – Marquis, Don
Chamber Music I (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music II (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music III (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music IV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music V (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music VI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music VII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music VIII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music IX (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music X (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XIII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XIV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XVI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XVII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XVIII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XIX (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XX (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXIII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXIV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXVI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXVII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXVIII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXIX (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXX (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXXI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXXII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXXIII (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXXIV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXXV (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Chamber Music XXXVI (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Change of Guard: Tracking Vyasa (German) – Majumdar, Anuradha
Chaplinesque [video] (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
Charity Thou Art A Lie (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
Charles The First (Scene 5, detail) (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Cherry-ripe [video] (Hungarian) – Campion, Thomas
Child Waters (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (Canto I, XXXIX-XLIII) (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (Detail) (Hungarian, Slovak) – Byron, George
Chimes (Hungarian) – Meynell, Alice
Chinoiseries (Hungarian) – Lowell, Amy
Chorus Sacerdotum (detail from Mustapha) (Hungarian) – Greville, Sir Fulke
Christabel (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Christmas at Sea [video] (Hungarian) – Stevenson, Robert Louis
Cities and Thrones and Powers (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
Clock-O'-Clay (Hungarian) – Clare, John
Clouds (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
Cock-Crowing (Hungarian) – Vaughan, Henry
Cold are the Crabs (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
Colin, the enamoured shepherd, singeth his passion of love (Hungarian) – Peele, George
Cologne (German) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Colyn Cloute (detail) (Hungarian) – Skelton, John
Come Away, Come Away, Death (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Come my Celia, let us prove (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
Come Not, When I am Dead (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Come to me grief for ever [video] (Hungarian) – Byrd, William
Come Up from the Fields Father (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Complaint to His Empty Purse (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
Concord Hymn [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Confessio Amantis (detail) (Hungarian) – Gower, John
Confessio Amantis (details) (Hungarian) – Gower, John
Conjecturing a Climate (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Corinna's going a-Maying (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
Coriolanus (Detail) (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Crazy Jane and Jack the Journeyman (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Crazy Jane Talks with the Bishop (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Crossing the Bar (Hungarian, Slovak) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Crowdie Ever Mair [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
Crumbling is not an instant's Act (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Cui Bono (Hungarian) – Carlyle, Thomas
Cupid and my Campaspe play'd (Hungarian) – Lyly, John
Cymon and Iphigenia (detail) (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
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Daisies (Hungarian) – Wolfe, Humbert
Days (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
De Gustibus (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
De Profundis (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Death (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Death is like the insect (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Deep in earth (German, Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Dejection: An Ode (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Delia XLII: When Winter Snows (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Delia XLIII: Thou canst not die (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Delia XLV: Care-charmer Sleep [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Delia XLVI: Let others sing (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Delia XXXIII: When men shall find (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Delight In Disorder (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
Denial — is the only fact (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Despised And Rejected (detail) (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Dirge in Woods (Hungarian) – Meredith, George
Discipline (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
Dole of the King’s daughter (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Don Juan - Dedication (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Dover Beach (Hungarian) – Arnold, Matthew
[Down…]* [video] has audio (German, Hungarian, Slovak) – Yeats, William Butler
Dread (Hungarian) – Synge, John Millington
Dream-Land (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Dreams (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Drinking Song (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Drowning is not so pitiful (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Drummer Hodge (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Dry Be That Tear (Hungarian) – Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
Dulce et Decorum est [video] (Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
During Wind and Rain [video] (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
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Each and All has audio (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Eanach Dhuin* (english version) (Hungarian) – Raftery, Anthony
Earth's Answer [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Easter Hymn (XXVI) (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
Easter Wings (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
Easter, 1916 (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Echo (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Echo’s song (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
Eden (Hungarian) – Traherne, Thomas
Eden is that old-fashioned House (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Edward, Edward (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Eight O'Clock (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
Eileen Aroon (Hungarian) – Griffin, Gerald
El Dorado (German, Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Elegy (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Elegy IX The autumnal (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Elegy over a Tomb (Hungarian) – Herbert of Cherbury, Lord Edward
Elegy V His Picture (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Elegy VIII The Comparison (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (Hungarian) – Gray, Thomas
Elegy X The Dreame (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Elegy XX To his mistress going to bed (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Eleonora (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Elizabeth (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Emily Dickinson Parody (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Endymion (detail) (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Enigma (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Ephemera (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Epicoene, or the Silent Woman (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
Epigram (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Epigram (Hungarian) – Prior, Matthew
Epigram (Hungarian) – Johnson, Samuel
Epigram for Wall Street (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Epigram VIII (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
Epigrams from Blake's Notebook (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Epipsychidion (detail) (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Epistle to Arbuthnot (detail) (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
Epitaph (Hungarian) – Synge, John Millington
Epitaph (Hungarian, Italian) – Ország-Land, Thomas
Epitaph on a Wag in Mauchline (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
Epitaph on Sir Philip Sidney (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
Epitaph on the Earl of Strafford (Hungarian) – Cleveland, John
Epitaph to a Dog (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Epithalamion (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
Essay on Man - Epistle 2 (detail) (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
Esther (detail) (Hungarian) – Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen
Etruscan Tombs (detail) (Hungarian) – Robinson, Agnes Mary
Eulalie [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Europe’s Prisoners (Hungarian) – Keyes, Sidney
Evening star (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Excelsior [video] (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Exposure (Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Extempore verses (God bless the King!) (Hungarian) – Byrom, John
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Fable (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Faire is my Love (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Fairy-land (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Fairyland (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Fame (Hungarian) – Mew, Charlotte
Fame is a fickle food (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Fanny (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Farewell to Italy (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
Farewell to the Court (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
Farewell, Love [video] (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
Farewell, Ungrateful Traitor! (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
Feelings of a Republican on the Fall of Bonaparte (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Felix Randal (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Fidelity (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Fill for me a brimming bowl (German, Hungarian) – Keats, John
Finis (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
First Chorus from Atalanta in Calydon (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
First shall the heavens want starry light (Hungarian) – Lodge, Thomas
Fish (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Follow Thy Fair Sun (Hungarian) – Campion, Thomas
Foolish Love (Hungarian) – Greene, Robert
For a Picture of St. Dorothea (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
For Annie [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
For my funeral (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
For Righteousness’ Sake (Hungarian) – Whittier, John Greenleaf
Forbidden fruit a flavor has (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Forget not the field (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
Forget not yet (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
Forgetfulness (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
Frae The Friends And Land I Love (English, Spanish) – Burns, Robert
Fragment of A Campaign Song (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Fragment: Follow To The Deep Wood's Weeds (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Fragment: Questions (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Fragment: To A Friend Released From Prison (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Fragments of a Lost Gnostic Poem Of The Twelfth Century (Hungarian) – Melville, Herman
Frater Ave Atque Vale (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Friends Departed (Hungarian) – Vaughan, Henry
Frolic (Hungarian) – Russell, Æ George William
From the Flats (Hungarian) – Lanier, Sidney
From the Train (German) – Galbraith, Iain
From Don Juan (German, Hungarian) – Byron, George
Frost at Midnight (Hungarian, Serbian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Full Moon (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
Fungi from Yuggoth (detail) (Hungarian) – Lovecraft, H. P.
Funny—to be a Century (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Futility (Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
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Hamatreya has audio (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (Detail) (German, French, Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Hap (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Hark, now everything is still (Hungarian) – Webster, John
Harlem Shadows (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
Haymakers, Rakers, Reapers, And Mowers (Hungarian) – Dekker, Thomas
He ate and drank the precious Words — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
He fell among Thieves [video] (Hungarian) – Newbolt, Sir Henry
He remembers forgotten beauty (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
He Tells Of The Perfect Beauty (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
He That Loves A Rosy Cheek [video] (Hungarian) – Carew, Thomas
He touched me, so I live to know (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven has audio (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
He Wishes His Beloved Were Dead (Spanish, Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
He Wonders About Himself (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Hearing your words and not a word among them (Sonnet XXXVI) (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
Heaven – Haven (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Helas (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Hence, all you vain delights (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Her Triumph (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
Here’s a bottle and an honest friend [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
Here Sleeps The Bard (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
Heritage [video] (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
Hermaphroditus (German) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Hero And Leander (Excerpt) (Hungarian) – Marlowe, Christopher
Hero and Leander, first sestiad (detail) (Hungarian) – Marlowe, Christopher
Hidden Flame [video] (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
His grange, or private wealth (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
His Litany, To The Holy Spirit (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
His wisdom (Hungarian) – Breton, Nicholas
History (German) – Guest, Barbara
Hold back thy hours… (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Holy Sonnet XIX. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets I. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets II. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets III. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets V. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets VI. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets VII. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets IX. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets X. [video] (Hungarian, Slovak) – Donne, John
Holy Sonnets XIV. (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy sonnets XI. [video] (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Holy Thursday (1) (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Holy Thursday (2) (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Holyhead. September 25, 1727 (Hungarian) – Swift, Jonathan
Home-Thoughts, From Abroad [video] (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
How happy is the little Stone (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
How Many Paltry Things… (Hungarian) – Drayton, Michael
How pleasant to know Mr. Lear (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
How Soon Hath Time [video] (Hungarian) – Milton, John
[How strange the sculptures that adorn these towers!] (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
How To Kill (Hungarian) – Douglas, Keith
Hudibras (detail) (Hungarian) – Butler, Samuel
Hurrahing in Harvest (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Hush, hush, tread softly... (German) – Keats, John
Hymn I. Of Astraea (Hungarian) – Davies, Sir John
Hymn in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (Hungarian) – Crashaw, Richard
Hymn of Man (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Hymn of the City (Hungarian) – Bryant, William Cullen
Hymn to Apollo (Hungarian) – Lyly, John
Hymn to God, my God, in my Sickness (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Hymn To Her Unknown (Hungarian) – Turner, W. J.
Hymn to Intellectual Beauty (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Hyperion (Hungarian) – Keats, John
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I am a Parcel of Vain Strivings Tied (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
I am Raifteiri (Hungarian) – Raftery, Anthony
[I ask not for those thoughts, that sudden leap] (Hungarian) – Lowell, James Russell
I bended unto me (Hungarian) – Brown, Thomas Edward
I died for beauty (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I do not love thee (Hungarian) – Norton, Caroline
I dwell in Possibility — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
[I enter, and I see thee in the gloom] (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain (280) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I Find no Peace [video] (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
I Hear America Singing has audio (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
I heard a Fly buzz -- when I died (465) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
"I Keep Six Honest Serving Men ..." [video] (Hungarian, Slovak) – Kipling, Rudyard
I laid me down upon a bank (Hungarian) – Blake, William
I look into my glass (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
I look to the North (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
I love lovyd (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
I Love My Jean [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
I Love You with My Every Breath (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
I'm Nobody! Who are you? (288) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I measure every Grief I meet (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I Murder Hate [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
I never lost as much but twice (49) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I never saw a moor (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I reason, Earth is short (301) (German, Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I reckon—when I count it all (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I saw a chapel all of gold (Hungarian, Serbian) – Blake, William
I saw a man pursuing the horizon (Hungarian, Serbian) – Crane, Stephen
I Saw the Sun at Midnight (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
I See His Blood upon the Rose (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
I shall go back again to the bleak shore (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
I should not dare to leave my friend (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I Sit and Look Out (German) – Whitman, Walt
I started Early – Took my Dog – (656) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I taste a liquor never brewed (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I taste a liquor never brewed (First published version,1890) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
[I think I could turn and live with animals] (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
I walked in a desert (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
I went to Heaven (374) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
I. M. Margaritæ Sorori (Hungarian) – Henley, William Ernest
I.—Madhouse Cell (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Ianthe (detail) (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
Ice 7 (k-d 68, 69) (Hungarian) – Riddles, Anglo-Saxon
Idyll (Hungarian) – Johnson, Samuel
If [video] has audio (Hungarian, Slovak) – Kipling, Rudyard
If death is kind (Spanish) – Teasdale, Sara
If I freely may discover (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
If it had no pencil (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
If We Must Die (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
If You Are Fire (Hungarian) – Rosenberg, Isaac
If you were coming in the fall (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
II.—Madhouse Cell (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Il Penseroso has audio (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Imitation (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Immortality (Hungarian) – Arnold, Matthew
Immortality (Hungarian) – Russell, Æ George William
Impossibility, like Wine (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Impression du Matin (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Impression du Voyage (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Impressions (Les Silhouettes; La Fuite de la Lune) (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Impromtu (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
In a Year (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
In Honour of the City of London (Hungarian) – Dunbar, William
In hospital: Poona (Hungarian) – Lewis, Alun
In Memoriam A.H.H. (Slovak) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
In Praise of His Loving and Best-Beloved Fawnia (Hungarian) – Greene, Robert
In Tenebris – II (detail) (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
In The Cool Of The Evening (Hungarian) – Stephens, James
In the desert [video] (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
In the forest (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
In the Gold Room: A Harmony (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
In the Matter of Two Men (Hungarian) – Corrothers, James D.
In the Restaurant (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
In the Room of the Bride-Elect (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
In the Train (Hungarian) – Thomson, James
In the Wood of Finvara (Hungarian) – Symons, Arthur
In Three Days (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
In time like glass (Hungarian) – Turner, W. J.
In Time of „The Breaking of the Nations” (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
In Winter has audio (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
In Youth is Pleasure (Hungarian) – Wever, Robert
In a Gondola (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Incident [video] (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
Incidents In The Life Of My Uncle Arly (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
Infant Sorrow [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Inscribed to a dear Child: in memory of golden summer hours and whispers of a summer sea (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
Insensibility (Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
Invictus [video] (Hungarian) – Henley, William Ernest
Ireland and King James (Hungarian) – Irish Minstrelsy
Is It Because I Am Black? (Hungarian) – Cotter, Jr. Joseph Seamon
Israfel (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
It is the Hour [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Byron, George
It might be lonelier (405) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
It sifts from Leaden Sieves (311) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
It was a beauty that I saw (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
"It Will Not Change" (Hungarian, Serbian) – Teasdale, Sara
It's all I have to bring today (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
It's easy to invent a Life (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Italia, Io Ti Saluto! (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Itylus (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Ivanhoe (detail) (Hungarian) – Scott, Walter
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L'Envoi (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
L’Allegro has audio (Hungarian) – Milton, John
La Bella Donna Della Mia Mente (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
La Gioconda (Hungarian) – Field, Michael
La Mer (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
La Belle Dame Sans Merci (German, Hungarian, Serbian) – Keats, John
Lak of Stedfastnesse (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
Lament for the Makers (Hungarian) – Dunbar, William
Lament for Thomas McDonagh has audio (Hungarian) – Ledwidge, Francis
Lampoon {On the Women About Town} (Hungarian) – Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester
Landscape with Figures (Hungarian) – Douglas, Keith
Lapis Lazuli (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Larry M'Hale (Hungarian) – Lever, Charles James
Last Poems (XXXV) (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
Last Verses (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
Latin Hymn (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Lay a Garland on My Hearse (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Le Panneau (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Le Reveillon (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Leave me, O love (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Leaves of Grass' Purport (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Leda and the Swan has audio (Hungarian, Serbian) – Yeats, William Butler
Legend of the Glaive (detail) (Hungarian) – Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan
Leisure [video] (Hungarian) – Davies, William Henry
Lenore (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Lepanto [video] (Hungarian) – Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
Les Ballons (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Les Silhouettes (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Let no charitable hope (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
Letters (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Liberty (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Life in death (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Ellice
Life? (Hungarian) – Galsworthy, John
Life in a Love (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Like Barley Bending [video] (Hungarian, Serbian) – Teasdale, Sara
Limbo (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Limerick (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
Limerick (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Limerick (Lady Gregory) (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Limerick (Rosetti) (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Limericks (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Lines on Ale (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Lines on the Mermaid Tavern (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Lines Supposed To Have Been Addressed To Fanny Brawne (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Lines Written During The Castlereagh Administration (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Lines Written In Dejection (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Lizie Wan (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Loch Torridon (detail) (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
London [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
London 1802 [video] (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
London Snow [video] (Hungarian) – Bridges, Robert
Longing [video] (Czech) – Arnold, Matthew
Lorenzo de’ Medici to his Last Autumn (Hungarian) – Lee-Hamilton, Eugene
Love (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
Love (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Love Among the Ruins (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Love and friendship [video] (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Brontë, Emily
Love and Life (Hungarian) – Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester
Love is a Sickness (Hungarian) – Daniel, Samuel
Love is enough [video] (Hungarian) – Morris, William
Love Is Not All (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
Love on the Farm (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Love´s secret [video] (Slovak) – Blake, William
Love's Philosophy (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Love in a Life (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Loves growth (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Low-Anchored Cloud (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
Luca Signorelli to his son (Hungarian) – Lee-Hamilton, Eugene
Lucifer in Starlight has audio (Hungarian) – Meredith, George
Luck is not chance (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Lucy (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Lucy Gray [or Solitude] (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Lullay, lullay (Hungarian) – Skelton, John
Lycidas (Hungarian) – Milton, John
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Mac Cabe’s elegy on the death of Carolan (Hungarian) – Irish Minstrelsy
Mac Flecknoe (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
Mad Judy [video] (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Madman’s song (Hungarian) – Webster, John
Madonna Mia (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Madrigal CCXLVI (Hungarian) – Bateson, Thomas
Maesia's Song (Hungarian) – Greene, Robert
Magna Est Veritas (Hungarian) – Patmore, Coventry
Magryme (Hungarian) – Dunbar, William
Malvern Hill (Hungarian) – Melville, Herman
Man (Hungarian) – Vaughan, Henry
Man, dreame no more of curious mysteries (Hungarian) – Greville, Sir Fulke
Mandalay [video] (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
Manhood (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
Manuscript Found in a Bottle [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Many red devils (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
Marmion – Canto Fifth (detail) [video] (Hungarian) – Scott, Walter
Mary Hamilton (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Maud (Part I, detail) (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Maud (Part II, detail) (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Maud Muller (Hungarian) – Whittier, John Greenleaf
May Janet (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
Mediocrity in love rejected (Hungarian) – Carew, Thomas
Meditation 8 (Hungarian) – Pain, Philip
Meditation 10 (Hungarian) – Pain, Philip
Meditation 29 (Hungarian) – Pain, Philip
Meditations in time of Civil War (detail) (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Medusa (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
Meeting at Night (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Meeting-House Hill (Hungarian) – Lowell, Amy
Meg Merrilies (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Melancholy (Hungarian) – Lodge, Thomas
Memory (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Men improve with the Years (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Menelaus and Helen (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
Merciless Beauty (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
Messmates (Hungarian) – Newbolt, Sir Henry
Mexican Quarter (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John Gould
Mezzo Cammin (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Midnight (German) – Waterfield, John
Milk For The Cat (Hungarian) – Monro, Harold
Miniver Cheevy (Hungarian) – Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Modern Love (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Moment Fugue (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
Monologue of Hamlet (German, Esperanto, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian) – Shakespeare, William
Moonlit Apples (Hungarian) – Drinkwater, John
Mountain lion (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Mouse's Nest (Hungarian) – Clare, John
Mr. and Mrs. Discobbolos (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Spikky Sparrow [video] (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
Mr. Flood's Party (Hungarian) – Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Mr. Placid’s flirtation (Hungarian) – Locker-Lampson, Frederick
Much Madness is divinest Sense (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Mutability has audio (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
My Bed is a Boat (Hungarian) – Stevenson, Robert Louis
My Bonie Mary [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
My Days Among the Dead are Passed (Hungarian) – Southey, Robert
My Delight and Thy Delight (Hungarian) – Bridges, Robert
My dreams are of a field afar (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
My Epitaph (Hungarian) – Gray, David
My fair, look from those turrets… (Hungarian) – Drayton, Michael
My Father (Hungarian) – Drennan, William
My Father Was a Farmer (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
My Galley (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
My grandmother’s love letters [video] (Hungarian) – Crane, Hart
My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
My Last Duchess (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
My life closed twice before its close — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
My life has been the poem (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
My life is like the summer rose (Hungarian) – Wilde, Richard Henry
My Midnight Meditation (Hungarian) – King, Henry
My Mind to me a Kingdom is [video] (Hungarian) – Dyer, Edward
My Picture Left in Scotland (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
My Pretty Rose Tree (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Mysterious Star (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
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O Captain! my Captain! has audio (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
[O Death, rock me asleep] (Hungarian) – Boleyn, Anne
O Mistress Mine (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
O Tempora! O, Mores! (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
O Virtuous Light (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
O World, Be Nobler (Hungarian) – Binyon, Laurence
Ode (Hungarian) – Freneau, Philip
Ode on Solitude (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
Ode to Drowning (German) – Doshi, Tishani
Ode to Simplicity (Hungarian) – Collins, William
Ode to the Milesians (Hungarian) – Irish Minstrelsy
Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood (Hungarian, Serbian) – Wordsworth, William
Ode on a Grecian Urn (German, Spanish, Hungarian, Serbian) – Keats, John
Ode on Melancholy (German, Spanish, Hungarian) – Keats, John
Ode To A Nightingale (German, Spanish, Hungarian) – Keats, John
Ode to the West Wind has audio (German, Hungarian, Polish) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Of Myself (Hungarian) – Cowley, Abraham
Of the Last Verses in the Book (Hungarian) – Waller, Edmund
[Oft have I seen at some cathedral door] (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Oh, For The Time When I Shall Sleep (Hungarian) – Brontë, Emily
Oh! for some honest Lovers ghost (Hungarian) – Suckling, Sir John
Old Age (Hungarian) – Waller, Edmund
Old Long Syne (details) (Hungarian) – Auld Lang Syne
On a Girdle (Hungarian) – Waller, Edmund
On A Henpecked Country Squire [video] (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
On A Honey Bee (Hungarian) – Freneau, Philip
On a painted woman (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
On a Schoolmaster in Cleish Parish, Fifeshire (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
On an island (Hungarian) – Synge, John Millington
On being asked for a War Poem [video] (Hungarian, Slovak) – Yeats, William Butler
On fields o'er which the reaper's hand has pass'd (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer (Hungarian) – Keats, John
On His Blindness (SONNET XVI) [video] (Esperanto, Hungarian, Slovak) – Milton, John
On His Deceased Wife (Hungarian) – Milton, John
On His Mistress, the Queen of Bohemia (Hungarian) – Wotton, Sir Henry
On His Seventy-fifth Birthday (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
On Keats, Who Desired That On His Tomb Should Be Inscribed (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
On my First Son (German) – Jonson, Ben
On My Joyful Departure from the Same City (German) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
On my volcano grows the Grass (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
On poetry (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
On Receipt Of My Mother's Picture (detail) (Hungarian) – Cowper, William
On Receiving a Curious Shell (Hungarian) – Keats, John
On Seeing the Elgin Marbles (Hungarian) – Keats, John
On Shakespeare (Hungarian) – Milton, John
On the Countess Dowager of Pembroke (Hungarian) – Browne, William
On the Immortality of the Soul (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
On the Late Massacre in Piedmont [video] (Hungarian) – Milton, John
On the Resurrection of Christ (Hungarian) – Dunbar, William
On the Road (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
On the Sale By Auction of Keats' Love Letters (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
On the Sea (Hungarian) – Keats, John
On the seashore (Hungarian) – Tagore, Rabindranath
On The Wing (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year (Hungarian) – Byron, George
On Time [video] (Hungarian) – Milton, John
On a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes (Hungarian) – Gray, Thomas
One need not be a Chamber — to be Haunted (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Only In Sleep (Hungarian) – Teasdale, Sara
On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic (Hungarian, Serbian) – Wordsworth, William
Orpheus* (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Out of sight? What of that? (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Outside the Window (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Over the Coffin (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Over the fence — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Overheard on a Salmarsh (Hungarian) – Monro, Harold
Ozymandias [video] (Hungarian, Polish) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
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Pack, Clouds, Away (Hungarian) – Heywood, Thomas
Pain (Hungarian) – Monroe, Harriet
Pain — has an Element of Blank (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Paradise Lost BOOK 1 (Detail) [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Paradise Lost BOOK 3 (Detail) (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Paradise Lost BOOK 4 (Detail) (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Parody on Drake (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Parted (Hungarian) – Meynell, Alice
Parted Love (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Parting Gift (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
[Past ruin'd Ilion Helen lives] (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
Patterns [video] (Hungarian) – Lowell, Amy
Perfections (German, Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Perhaps I asked too large — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Persuasions to Enjoy (Hungarian) – Carew, Thomas
Peter Grimes (detail) (Hungarian) – Crabbe, George
Petition to the Queen (Anne of Denmark) (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
Phillida and Coridon (Hungarian) – Breton, Nicholas
Phoenix (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Piano [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Pictor Ignotus (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Poets to Come [video] (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Political Greatness (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Politics [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Pomp (Czech) – Blodgett, E. D.
Praha (Czech) – Blodgett, E. D.
Preparatory Meditations - First Series: 38 (Hungarian) – Taylor, Edward
Proem (Hungarian) – Dobson, Austin
Prologue (Hungarian) – Bradstreet, Anne
Prologue to Alice (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
Prologue to Mr. Addison’s Cato* (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
Prometheus unbound (Asia, Scene II, detail) (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Prometheus unbound (Chorus of Spirits, Act IV, detail) (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Prometheus unbound (Demogorgon, Act IV, detail) (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Prometheus Unbound. A Lyrical Drama In Four Acts. (German, Dutch) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Proud Maisie [video] (Hungarian) – Scott, Walter
Proud Songster (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Pygmalion (Hungarian) – Shaw, George Bernard
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Reciprocity (Hungarian) – Drinkwater, John
Reflections from the Tower (Hungarian) – Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey
Rejected (Hungarian) – Douglas, Lord Alfred
Remember (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Remembrance has audio (Hungarian) – Brontë, Emily
Remembrance (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Remorse For Intemperate Speech (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Requiem (Hungarian) – Stevenson, Robert Louis
Requiescat (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Resignation (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
Resolution and Independence (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Rest (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Revolution is the Pod (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Rhomboidal Dirge (Hungarian) – Wither, George
Richard Cory (Hungarian) – Robinson, Edwin Arlington
River (Czech) – Blodgett, E. D.
Rizpah (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Road-Song of the Bandar-Log [video] (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
Robin and Makyne (Hungarian) – Henryson, Robert
Robin Hood and Allin a Dale (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Romance (Hungarian) – Turner, W. J.
Romance (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Romance (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
Rome Unvisited (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Rome: The Vatican - Sala Delle Muse (1887) (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Romeo and Juliet (Detail) (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Rondeau (Hungarian) – Hunt, Leigh
Rooms (Hungarian) – Mew, Charlotte
Rosalind’s Madrigal (Hungarian) – Lodge, Thomas
Rule Britannia [video] (Hungarian) – Thomson, James
Rules And Regulations (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
Running to paradise (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
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Safe in their Alabaster Chambers (216) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Sailing To Byzantium has audio (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Samson Agonistes (detail) (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Satire Against Reason And Mankind (details) (Hungarian) – Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester
Saul and David (Hungarian) – Mackay, Charles
Say Not of Me That Weakly I Declined (Hungarian) – Stevenson, Robert Louis
Scorn not the Sonnet (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Seasons (detail) (Hungarian) – Thomson, James
Seaweed (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Sentiment [video] (German, Hungarian) – Chatterton, Thomas
Serenade (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Serenade [video] (Hungarian) – Lowell, James Russell
Shake off your heavy trance (Hungarian) – Beaumont, Francis
Shakespeare (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Shakespeare (Hungarian) – Arnold, Matthew
Shall I come, sweet Love, to thee [video] (Hungarian) – Campion, Thomas
She Came and Went (Hungarian) – Lowell, James Russell
She Of The Dancing Feet Sings (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
She Walks in Beauty (Hungarian) – Byron, George
She Was a Phantom of Delight (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
She Weeps over Rahoon (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
Shelley's Skylark (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Shiloh (Hungarian) – Melville, Herman
Sic Vita (Hungarian) – King, Henry
Sighs and Grones (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
Silence (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Silence [video] (German) – Hood, Thomas
Silence and Stealth of Days (Hungarian) – Vaughan, Henry
Silent Noon (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Silentium Amoris (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
Simon the Cyrenian Speaks [video] (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
Simplex Munditiis (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
Sing His Praises (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Sion Lies Waste (Hungarian) – Greville, Sir Fulke
Sir Patrick Spens (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Size Circumscribes—it Has No Room (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Smoke (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
Snake has audio (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Snow in the Suburbs [video] (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Snow-Flakes [video] (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
So cruel prison how could betide (Hungarian) – Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey
So much of Heaven has gone from Earth (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
So We'll Go No More a-Roving (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Solitaire (Hungarian) – Lowell, Amy
Solitude [video] (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Wheeler Wilcox, Ella
Solitude (detail) (Hungarian) – Grainger, James
Solomon and the Witch (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Some keep the Sabbath going to Church (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
some thoughts of archy the cockroach (details) (Hungarian) – Marquis, Don
Something Childish, but Very Natural (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Sometimes 2 (k-d 2) [video] (Hungarian) – Riddles, Anglo-Saxon
Song (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Song (Spanish, Hungarian) – Donne, John
Song (Hungarian) – Lewis, Alun
Song (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Song (Ah, Chloris…) (Hungarian) – Sedley, Sir Charles
Song (Had I a heart…) (Hungarian) – Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
Song (Love still…) (Hungarian) – Sedley, Sir Charles
Song Composed In August (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
Song for the Luddites (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Song from Ælla (Minstrel's song) (German, Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
Song in the Songless (Hungarian) – Meredith, George
Song of a Man Who Has Come Through (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Song of Myself 1-12 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 13 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 14-26 (German, Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 27-28 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 29-30 (German, Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 31 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 32-33 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 34-38 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 39 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 40-43 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Myself 44-52 (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
Song of Slaves in the Desert (Hungarian) – Whittier, John Greenleaf
Song of Triumph (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Song to Celia (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
Song-To the Men of England (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Song: Out upon it, I have lov’d (Hungarian) – Suckling, Sir John
Song. Hush, Hush! Tread Softly! (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Sonnet - To Science (Spanish, Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Sonnet - To Zante (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Sonnet – Silence (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Sonnet II (Hungarian) – Suckling, Sir John
Sonnet XVI (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
Sonnet 109 (Hungarian) – White, Henry Kirke
Sonnet Reversed (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
Sonnet To A Taper (Hungarian) – White, Henry Kirke
Sonnet to Mrs. Renolds’s Cat (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Sonnet to the Hungarian Nation (Hungarian) – Arnold, Matthew
Sonnet: England in 1819 (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Sonnet: To The River Otter (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Sonnets (From the Series Relating to Edgar Allan Poe) (Hungarian) – Whitman, Sarah Helen
Sonnets From the Portuguese I (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese II (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese III (German, Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese IV (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese V (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese VI (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese VII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese VIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese IX (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese X (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XI (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XIV (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XV (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XVI (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XVII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XVIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XIX (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XX (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXI (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXIV (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXV (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXVI (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXVII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXVIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXIX (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXX (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XXXIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XLIII (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sonnets From the Portuguese XLIV (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
Sorrow (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Sorrows of Werther [video] (Hungarian) – Thackeray, William Makepeace
Spirits of the Dead (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Spiritual Song (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Spleen (Hungarian) – Dowson, Ernest
Spoon River Anthology - "Ace" Shaw (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - "Butch" Weldy (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - "Indignation" Jones (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - A. D. Blood (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Albert Schirding (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Amanda Barker (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Andy the Night-Watch (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Aner Clute (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Anne Rutledge (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Barney Hainsfeather (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Barry Holden (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Batterton Dobyns (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Benjamin Fraser (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Benjamin Pantier (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Blind Jack (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Carl Hamblin (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Cassius Hueffer (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Charles Webster (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Chase Henry (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Clarence Fawcett (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Cooney Potter (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Daisy Fraser (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Davis Matlock (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Deacon Taylor (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Dippold the Optician (Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Doc Hill (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Doctor Meyers (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Dora Williams (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Dr. Siegfried Iseman (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Editor Whedon (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Elmer Karr (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Elsa Wertman (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Emily Sparks (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Enoch Dunlap (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Eugene Carman (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Fiddler Jones has audio (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Fletcher McGee (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Francis Turner (Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Frank Drummer (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Godwin James (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Griffy the Cooper (Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Hamilton Greene (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Hannah Armstrong (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Harry Wilmans (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Henry Phipps (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Hildrup Tubbs (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Hod Putt (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Homer Clapp (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Hortense Robbins (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Ida Chicken (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Ippolit Konovaloff (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Jack McGuire (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Jacob Goodpasture (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Jeduthan Hawley (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Jefferson Howard (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - John Horace Burleson (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - John Wasson (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Jonas Keene (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Judge Selah Lively (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Judge Somers (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Kinsey Keene (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Knowlt Hoheimer (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Lois Spears (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Lucinda Matlock (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Lucius Atherton (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Lydia Puckett (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Margaret Fuller Slack (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mickey M'Grew (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Minerva Jones (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. Benjamin Pantier (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. Charles Bliss (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. George Reece (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. Kessler (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. Merritt (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. Meyers (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Mrs. Williams (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Nancy Knapp (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Nellie Clark (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Ollie McGee (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Oscar Hummel (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Pauline Barrett (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Penniwit, the Artist (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Perry Zoll (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Petit, the Poet (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Ralph Rhodes (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Rebecca Wasson (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Reuben Pantier [video] (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Rev. Abner Peet (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Rev. Lemuel Wiley (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Richard Bone (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Robert Fulton Tanner (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Roger Heston (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Roscoe Purkapile (Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Rosie Roberts (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Sarah Brown (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Serepta Mason (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Sexsmith the Dentist (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Shack Dye (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - State's Attorney Fallas (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - The Circuit Judge (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - The Hill has audio (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - The Town Marshal (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Thomas Rhodes (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Tom Merritt (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Trainor, the Druggist (Hungarian, Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Washington McNeely (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Wendell P. Bloyd (Italian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Willard Fluke (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Willie Metcalf (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spoon River Anthology - Yee Bow (Hungarian) – Masters, Edgar Lee
Spring (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Spring [video] (Hungarian) – Nashe, Thomas
Spring (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
St. Agnes’ Eve (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Stanzas (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Stanzas (In youth have I known…) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Stanzas (To F. S. O.) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Stanzas For Music (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Stanzas For Music: They Say That Hope Is Happiness (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Stanzas on Woman (Hungarian) – Goldsmith, Oliver
Stanzas Written in Dejection, near Naples has audio (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Steamboats, viaducts, and railways [video] (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
Stood Tip-Toe Upon a Little Hill [video] (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Strange Meeting (Hungarian) – Owen, Wilfred
Studies at Delhi (detail) (Hungarian) – Lyall, Sir Alfred
Success is counted sweetest (112) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Sudden Light (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Summer and Winter (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Surmise (Hungarian) – Meynell, Alice
Swan 21 (k-d 7) [video] (Hungarian) – Riddles, Anglo-Saxon
Sweet William's Farewell to Black-ey'd Susan (Hungarian) – Gay, John
Symbols (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Symphony In Yellow [video] (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
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Tamerlane (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
Tangled I Was in Love´s Snare (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
Tears, Idle Tear (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Tell all the truth but tell it slant (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Tell me, dearest… (Hungarian) – Fletcher, John
Tell me, my Heart, if this be Love (Hungarian) – Lyttelton, Lord George
Terminus [video] (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
That Love is all there is (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
That none beguiled be (Hungarian) – Suckling, Sir John
That Women Are But Men's Shadows (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
The Book of Los - Chapter I (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Book of Los - Chapter II (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Book of Los - Chapter III (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Book of Los - Chapter IV (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (detail) (Hungarian) – Twain, Mark
The Aged Lover Renounceth Love (Hungarian) – Vaux, Lord Thomas
The Agonie (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
The Akond of Swat (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Angel Of Death (Hungarian, Slovak) – Procter, Adelaide Anne
The Angel of the Odd – An Extravaganza [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Anniversarie (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Antiplatonic (Hungarian) – Cleveland, John
The Apology [video] (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The Apparition (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Argument of his Book (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
The Arrow (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Arrow and the Song (Hungarian) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
The Art of Puffing (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
The Ballad of Moll Magee (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Barrier (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
The battle of Blenhem [video] (Hungarian) – Southey, Robert
The Bells (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Bells of Shandon (Hungarian) – Mahony, Francis Sylvester
The Berg (Hungarian) – Melville, Herman
The Best of School (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
The Best Thing in the World (Hungarian) – Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth
The Better Land (Hungarian) – Hemans, Felicia
The Birds (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Black Tower (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Blackbird (Hungarian) – Wolfe, Humbert
The Blessed Damozel (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
The Brain, within its Groove (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Bridge of Sighs [video] (Hungarian) – Hood, Thomas
The Broom and the Shovel, the Poker and Tongs (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Broom, the Shovel, the Poker and the Tongs (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Bruce (detail) (Hungarian) – Barbour, John
The Burial of King Cormac (detail) (Hungarian) – Ferguson, Samuel
The Butterfly Obtains Little Sympathy (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Caged Skylark (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Canterbury Tales (detail) (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
The Card-Dealer (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
The Cask of Amontillado [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Castaway (Hungarian) – Cowper, William
The Cat and the Moon (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The celestial surgeon (Hungarian) – Stevenson, Robert Louis
The Chambered Nautilus (Hungarian) – Holmes, Oliver Wendel
The Change (Hungarian) – Cowley, Abraham
The Charge of the Light Brigade (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Chemical conviction (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The chestnut casts his flambeaux (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
The Children (Hungarian) – Soutar, William
The Chronicle (Hungarian) – Cowley, Abraham
The Circus Animals' Desertion (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The City in the Sea (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The City of the End of Things (Hungarian) – Lampman, Archibald
The cloud [video] (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Cold Heaven [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Colisseum (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Collar (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
The Color of the Grave is Green — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Coming of Wisdom with Time (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Complaint or Night thoughts on life, death and immortality (detail) (Hungarian) – Young, Edward
The Conclusion (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
The Conqueror Worm (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Convent Threshold (detail) (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
The Convergence Of The Twain (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Count of Senlis at his toilet (Hungarian) – Warren, John, Lord de Tabley
The Courtship of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Creation [video] (Hungarian) – Johnson, James Weldon
The Crocodile [video] (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
The cross (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Crystal Cabinet (Hungarian, Serbian) – Blake, William
The Cummerbund: An Indian Poem (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Curse (Hungarian) – Synge, John Millington
The Daddy Long-legs and the Fly [video] (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Dance of Death in London (detail) (Hungarian) – Lydgate, John
The Day of Judgment (Hungarian) – Swift, Jonathan
The Day-Dream - Prolog (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Day-Dream -The sleeping Beauty (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Day-Dream – Epilogue (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Day-Dream – Moral (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The dead (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
The Dead [video] (Hungarian) – Very, Jones
The Deep-Sea Cables (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
The Definition Of Love (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
The Deil's awa wi' the Exciseman (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
The Description Of Sir Geoffrey Chaucer (Hungarian) – Greene, Robert
The Deserted Village (detail) (Hungarian) – Goldsmith, Oliver
The Destiny of Nations (detail) (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Destruction of Sennacherib (Hungarian) – Byron, George
The Devil - had he fidelity (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Difference (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The difference between Despair (305) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Divine Image (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Divine Right Of Kings (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Division (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Dong with a Luminous Nose [video] (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Douglas Tragedy (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
The Dream-Follower (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Duck and the Kangaroo (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Dunciad (detail) (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
The Echoing Green [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Ecstasy (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Elephant or The Force of Habit (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
The Eolian Harp (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
"THE EPITAPH" (Spanish, Hungarian) – Gray, Thomas
The Eve of St. Agnes (Hungarian) – Keats, John
The Faerie Queene: Book II. Canto XII. (detail) (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Faerie Queene: Book III. Canto VI. (detail) (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Faerie Queene: Book IV. Canto X. (detail) (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Faerie Queene: Book VII. Canto VII. (detail) (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Fair Singer (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
The Fairy Thorn (Hungarian) – Ferguson, Samuel
The Falling Star (Hungarian) – Teasdale, Sara
The Farmer's Curst Wife (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Folk Ballads
The fascination of what's difficult (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Fiddler of Dooney [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Fingers of the Light (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The fish (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
The Fish, The Man, And The Spirit (Hungarian) – Hunt, Leigh
The flaming heart (detail) (Hungarian) – Crashaw, Richard
The Flea (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Flower (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
The Flower-Fed Buffaloes [video] (Hungarian) – Lindsay, Vachel
The Fly (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Four Ages of Man (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Frogs (Hungarian) – Lampman, Archibald
The Fugitives [video] (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Funeral (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Gallery (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
The Garden (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
The Garden of Proserpine [video] (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
The Garden Seat [video] (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Gardener (Hungarian) – Keyes, Sidney
The Ghosts of the Buffaloes has audio (Hungarian) – Lindsay, Vachel
The Glories of our Blood and State (Hungarian) – Shirley, James
The going from a world we know (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Golden Year (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Good-Morrow (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Gouler's Requiem (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
The Grave of Shelley (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
The Great Breath (Hungarian) – Russell, Æ George William
The Great Lover (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
The Greeks are coming (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
The Grey Squirrel (Hungarian) – Wolfe, Humbert
The Habit of Perfection (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Half-Way House (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Happiest Day [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Harlem Dancer [video] (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
The Harlot's House (Hungarian) – Wilde, Oscar
The Harvest Home (Hungarian) – Davies, William Henry
The Haunted Palace [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Haystack in the Floods (Hungarian) – Morris, William
The heart (Hungarian) – Thompson, Francis
THE HEART asks pleasure first (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Higher Pantheism in a Nutshell (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
The home (Hungarian) – Tagore, Rabindranath
The horns of Elfland faintly blowing! [video] (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Hotel (Hungarian) – Monroe, Harriet
The Hour of Death (Hungarian) – Hemans, Felicia
The Hunting of the Snark (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
The impact of a dollar upon the heart (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
The Indian Serenade (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Inner Silence [video] (Hungarian) – Monroe, Harriet
The inundation of the Spring (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Inward Morning (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
The Irish Peasant to His Mistress (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
The Irishman (Hungarian) – Orr, James
The Isle (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Jumblies [video] (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Jungle Books (detail) (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
The Kansas Emigrants (Hungarian) – Whittier, John Greenleaf
The Kingis Quair (detail) (Hungarian) – James I., King of Scotland
The Knight's Tomb (German) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Kraken (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Laboratory-Ancien Régime (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
The Lady feeds Her little Bird (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Lady of Shalott has audio (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Lady of the lake - Canto Fifth (detail) (Hungarian) – Scott, Walter
The Lady who offers her Looking-Glass to Venus (Hungarian) – Prior, Matthew
The Lake [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The lake isle of Innisfree [video] (Czech, Spanish, Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Lamp burns sure—within— (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Land of Dreams (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Last Buccaneer (Hungarian) – Kingsley, Charles
The last chorus from 'Hellas' (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Last Chrysanthemum (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The last Doge to fettered Venice (Hungarian) – Lee-Hamilton, Eugene
The Last Sonnet (Hungarian) – Keats, John
The Latest Decalogue (Hungarian) – Clough, Arthur Hugh
The Lay of Oliver Gogarty (Hungarian) – Dawson, William
The Lay of the Last Minstrel - Canto First (detail) (Hungarian) – Scott, Walter
The Lay of the Last Minstrel - Canto Sixth (detail) (Hungarian) – Scott, Walter
The Leaves like Women interchange (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Life of Man (Czech, Hungarian) – Bacon, Sir Francis
The Lily (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Litany of the Dark People [video] (Hungarian) – Cullen, Countee
The Little Boy Found [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Little Boy Lost [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Little Girl Found (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Little Girl Lost (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Lobster Quadrille [video] (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
The London Lackpenny (detail) (Hungarian) – Lydgate, John
The Lost Mistress (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
The Lotos-Eaters (Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Lover Asks Forgiveness Because Of His Many Moods (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Lover Complaineth the Unkindness of his love [video] (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
The Lover praiseth the Beauty of his Lady’s Hand (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
The Lover Tells Of The Rose In His Heart (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Lynching (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
The Maid’s Lament (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
The Maldive Shark (Hungarian) – Melville, Herman
The Man of Tyre (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
The Man Who Dreamed of Fairyland (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Market (Hungarian) – Stephens, James
The Marshes of Glynn (Hungarian) – Lanier, Sidney
The Mask (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
The Mask (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Mask of Anarchy (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Masque of the Red Death [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Meditation Of The Old Fisherman [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Meeting of the Ships (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
The Menagerie (Hungarian) – Moody, William Vaughn
The Mermaidens' Vesper-Hymn (Hungarian) – Darley, George
The Mess of Love [video] (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
The Midnight Court (english version - detail)* (Hungarian) – Merriman, Brian
The Miller's Daughter (detail) (Spanish, Hungarian) – Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Mirror for Magistrates: The Induction (details) (Hungarian) – Sackville, Thomas
The Mocking-Bird (At Night) (Hungarian) – Hayne, Paul Hamilton
The Moon is distant from the Sea (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Moon was but a Chin of Gold (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Morning-Watch (Hungarian) – Vaughan, Henry
The Mower to the Glow-Worms (Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
The Municipal Gallery Revisited (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Nameless One (Hungarian) – Mangan, James Clarence
The New House (Hungarian) – Thomas, Edward
The new Judas (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
The New Vestments (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Newborn Death - I (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
The Night-piece, to Julia (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
The Night-Wind (Hungarian) – Brontë, Emily
The Nightingale (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Nightingale Near the House (Hungarian) – Monro, Harold
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd [video] (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
The Ocean in London (Hungarian) – Monro, Harold
The Old Familiar Faces has audio (Hungarian) – Lamb, Charles
The Old Men Admiring Themselves In The Water (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Old Stoic (Hungarian) – Brontë, Emily
The Outer—from the Inner (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Owl and the Pussycat [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Pains of Sleep (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Passing of the Shee (Hungarian) – Synge, John Millington
The Passionate Man's Pilgrimage (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Marlowe, Christopher
The Pelican Chorus (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Pied Piper of Hamelin [video] (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
The Pine at Timber-Line (Hungarian) – Monroe, Harriet
The Pobble Who Has No Toes [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Poet's Delay (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
The Pond (German) – Lowell, Amy
The Poppy (Hungarian) – Thompson, Francis
The Portrait (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
The Prayer (Hungarian, Slovak) – Galsworthy, John
The Preface (detail) (Hungarian) – Taylor, Edward
The Prelude - Book First (detail) (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
The Prelude - Book Ninth (detail) (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
The Prelude - Book Third (detail) (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
The Prisoner (fragment detail)* (Hungarian) – Brontë, Emily
The Problem [video] (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The Pulley (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
The Queen’s dream (Hungarian) – Modern Street Ballads
The Railway Station (Hungarian) – Lampman, Archibald
The rainy day [video] (Hungarian, Slovak) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
The Rape of the Lock 1. (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
The Rape of the Lock 2. (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
The Rape of the Lock 3. (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
The Rape of the Lock 4. (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
The Rape of the Lock 5. (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
The Raven (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Regiment of Princes (detail) (Hungarian) – Hoccleve, Thomas
The Relic (Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Retreat (Hungarian) – Vaughan, Henry
The Return (Hungarian) – Symons, Arthur
The Rhodora [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The Riddle we can guess (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Rivals (Hungarian) – Stephens, James
The Road was lit with Moon and star (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Rock of Cashel (Hungarian) – Vere, Sir Aubrey De
The Rolling English Road [video] (Hungarian) – Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
The Rose of the World (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Rose Tree (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Salutation (Hungarian) – Traherne, Thomas
The Scholars (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Scrutiny (Hungarian) – Lovelace, Richard
The Sea and the Skylark (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Second Coming has audio (Hungarian, Slovak) – Yeats, William Butler
The Secret of the Machines [video] (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
The Secret Rose (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Selfsame Song (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Sensitive Plant (detail) (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Seven Sages (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The sheaves (Hungarian) – Robinson, Edwin Arlington
The Shell (Hungarian) – Stephens, James
The Shepheardes Calendar: Aprill (detail) (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Shepheardes Calendar: Nouember (detail) (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Shepherd's Week: Friday; or, The Dirge (detail) (Hungarian) – Gay, John
The Ship of Death (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
The Shroud (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
The Sick Rose [video] (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Blake, William
The Sigh (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Silent Lover (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
The Slave's Dream [video] (Slovak) – Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
The Sleeper (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Snail (Hungarian) – Cowper, William
The snare (Hungarian) – Stephens, James
The Snow-Storm [video] (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The Soldier (Hungarian) – Brooke, Rupert
The Solitary Reaper has audio (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
The Song of Fionnuala (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
the song of mehitabel (Hungarian) – Marquis, Don
The song of the factory slave (Hungarian) – Jones, Ernest Charles
The Song of the Happy Shepherd (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Song of Wandering Aengus [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Sonnet (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
The Soul selects her own Society (303) has audio (Hungarian, Italian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Soul unto itself (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Soul's Superior instants (306) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The source (Hungarian) – Tagore, Rabindranath
The spry Arms of the Wind (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Starlight Night (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Statesman's Holiday (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Story of the Pobble, Who Has No Toes, and the Princess Bink (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Story of Uriah [video] (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
The Street (Hungarian) – Lowell, James Russell
The Summer Rain (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
The Sun Rising (Spanish, Hungarian) – Donne, John
The Surrender (Hungarian) – King, Henry
The Table and the Chair [video] (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The Tamed Deer (Hungarian) – Spenser, Edmund
The Tell-Tale Heart [video] (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Testament of Cresseid (detail) (Hungarian) – Henryson, Robert
The Three Graves (detail) (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
The Three Hermits (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Three Musicians (Hungarian) – Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent
The Three Ravens (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Folk Ballads
The Tired Worker (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
The Tolerence of Crows (Spanish, Hungarian) – Donnelly, Charles
The Tower (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The travail of passion (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Tree And The Lady (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Tree of Song (Hungarian) – Teasdale, Sara
The Tropics of New York (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
The Troubled Soul (German) – Smith, Michael
The True-Born Englishman (details) (Hungarian) – Defoe, Daniel
The Twa Sisters (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Folk Ballads
The Two April Mornings [video] (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
The Two Old Bachelors (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
The two trees [video] (Spanish, Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The unheeded pageant (Hungarian) – Tagore, Rabindranath
The Unpardonable Sin (Hungarian) – Lindsay, Vachel
The Unquiet Grave [video] (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Folk Ballads
The Unseen (Spanish, Hungarian, Serbian) – Teasdale, Sara
The Valley Nis (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Vanity of Human Wishes (detail) (Hungarian) – Johnson, Samuel
The Vicar of Bray [video] (Hungarian) – The Vicar of Bray
The Vision (Hungarian) – O'Rahilly, Egan
The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman (detail I) (Hungarian) – Langland, William
The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman (detail II) (Hungarian) – Langland, William
The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman (detail III) (Hungarian) – Langland, William
The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman (detail IV) (Hungarian) – Langland, William
The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman (detail V) [video] (Hungarian) – Langland, William
The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman (detail VI) (Hungarian) – Langland, William
The Voice (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Voice of the Ancient Bard (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Walley of Unrest (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
The Walrus and The Carpenter [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
The Waning Moon [video] (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The War Song of Dinas Vawr [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Peacock, Thomas Love
The Washer-Woman (Hungarian) – Bohanan, Otto Leland
The Water Ouzel (Hungarian) – Monroe, Harriet
The White Birds (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The White City (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
The White Rabbit's Verses (Hungarian) – Carroll, Lewis
The Widow Malone (Hungarian) – Lever, Charles James
The Wife of Usher's Well (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
The Wild Flower's Song [video] (Hungarian) – Blake, William
The Wild Honey-Suckle (Hungarian) – Freneau, Philip
The Wild Old Wicked Man has audio (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Wild Swans At Coole [video] (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
The Windhover (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Winding Banks of Erne (detail) (Hungarian) – Allingham, William
The Windows (Hungarian) – Herbert, George
The Winters are so short — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Wish (Hungarian) – Cowley, Abraham
The Woodspurge (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
The World – a trumped-up Forest (Could have been written by Emily Dickinson) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
The World That All Contains (Hungarian) – Greville, Sir Fulke
The World's Wanderers (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Wreck of the Deutschland (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
The Year’s Awakening (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Young Glass-Stainer (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
The Young May Moon (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
The Daffodils [video] has audio (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
The Donkey (Hungarian) – Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
The Fountain of Tears (Hungarian) – O'Shaugnessy, Arthur William Edgar
The Parting (Hungarian) – Drayton, Michael
The Raven has audio (German, Esperanto, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish, Slovak) – Poe, Edgar Allan
There is another Loneliness (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
There Is Another Sky (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
There is no Frigate like a Book (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
There was a Broder of Orderys Blacke’ (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
There was a Broder of Orderys Whyte’ (Spanish) – Chatterton, Thomas
There was a Child went Forth (Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
There Was a Man With Tongue of Wood (Hungarian) – Crane, Stephen
There Was A Young Lady Of Lucca (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There was an Old Man in a tree (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There was an old Man who said, `Hush!' (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There was an Old Man with a gong (Limerick) (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There was an Old Man... (Limerick) (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There was an Old Person of Buda (Limerick) (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There was an Old Person of Chili (Limerick) (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
There Will Come Soft Rains (Spanish, Hungarian, Russian, Serbian) – Teasdale, Sara
There's a certain Slant of light (258) (Hungarian, Italian) – Dickinson, Emily
The Tiger has audio (German, Spanish, Hungarian, Serbian) – Blake, William
The Tragedy Of King Lear. Detail. (Finnish, French) – Shakespeare, William
The Twa Corbies (The Two Crows) (Hungarian, Russian) – English and Scottish Folk Ballads
They flee from me [video] (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
They shut me up in Prose — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
They who prepare my evening meal below (Hungarian) – Thoreau, H. D.
Thine Eyes Still Shined [video] (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Think'st thou to seduce me then [video] (Slovak) – Campion, Thomas
This Compost (German) – Whitman, Walt
Thomas the Rhymer [video] (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Popular Ballads
Three Fragments (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Three Limericks (Hungarian) – Lear, Edward
Time (Hungarian) – Galsworthy, John
Time will not grant (Hungarian) – Keyes, Sidney
Times Go by Turns (Hungarian) – Southwell, Robert
'Tis The Last Rose Of Summer [video] (Hungarian) – Moore, Thomas
To - (Fair maiden, let thy generous heart) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To - (I heed not that) (German, Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To - (I would not lord it o'er thy heart) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To - (Not long ago, the writer of these lines) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To - (Should my early life seem) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To - (Sleep on, sleep on, anouther hour) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To - (The bowers whereat) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To – (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To A Lady, in A Letter (Hungarian) – Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester
To a Locomotive in Winter has audio (Hungarian, Slovak) – Whitman, Walt
To a Millionaire (Hungarian) – Lampman, Archibald
To a Mountain Daisy - On Turning One Down with the Plow, in April, 1786 (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
To a poet a thousand years hence (Hungarian) – Flecker, James Elroy
To a Skylark (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To A Snowflake (Hungarian) – Thompson, Francis
To A Squirrel At Kyle-Na-No (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
To a Waterfowl (Hungarian) – Bryant, William Cullen
To a young lady° (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
To Althea From Prison (Hungarian) – Lovelace, Richard
To America (Hungarian) – Johnson, James Weldon
To Anthea, who may command him Anything (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
To Autumn (Hungarian) – Blake, William
To Byron (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To Chloe who for his sake wished herself younger (Hungarian) – Cartwright, William
To Coleridge (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To Daffodils (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
To Daisies, not to shut so soon (Hungarian) – Herrick, Robert
To F-- (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To F--S S. O--D (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To Fanny (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To Grace (Hungarian) – Plunkett, Joseph Mary
To Heaven (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
To Helen (Helen, thy beauty is to me...) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To Helen (I saw thee once...) (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To his Coy Mistress (German, Hungarian) – Marvell, Andrew
To Homer (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To Hope (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To Inez (Childe Harold’s detail) (Hungarian) – Byron, George
To Ireland (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To Ireland in the Coming Times (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
To Jane: The Recollection (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To Klarkash-Ton, Lord of Averoigne (Spanish) – Lovecraft, H. P.
To live in hell and heaven to behold (Hungarian) – Constable, Henry
To Louis Kossuth (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
To Lucasta, Going To The Wars (Hungarian) – Lovelace, Richard
To M—— (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To M. L. S——* (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To make a prairie (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
To Margaret (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To Mistress Margaret Hussey (Hungarian) – Skelton, John
To My Brothers (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To my Dear and Loving Husband [video] (Hungarian) – Bradstreet, Anne
To my Dear Friend Mr. Congreve on his Comedy Call'd the Double Dealer (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
To my inconstant Mistris (Hungarian) – Carew, Thomas
To My Mother (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To My Sister (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
To Night (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To Night (Hungarian) – White, Joseph Blanco
To Octavia (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To Old Age (German, Hungarian) – Whitman, Walt
To One Departed (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To One in Paradise (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To one who has been long in city pent (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To Rosa (Hungarian) – Lincoln, Abraham
To Sleep (Hungarian) – Keats, John
To Sleep (Hungarian, Serbian) – Wordsworth, William
To Spring (Hungarian) – Blake, William
To St. Mary Magdalen (Hungarian) – Constable, Henry
To the Body (Hungarian) – Meynell, Alice
To the book-worms [video] (Czech, Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
To The Cuckoo (Hungarian) – Wordsworth, William
To The Dandelion (Hungarian) – Lowell, James Russell
To the Lord General Cromwell (Hungarian) – Milton, John
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham [video] (Hungarian) – Dryden, John
To the Memory of My Beloved the Author, Mr. William Shakespeare: and what He left Us (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
To the Moon (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To the Muses (Hungarian) – Blake, William
To the postboy (Hungarian) – Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester
To the Reader (Hungarian) – Jonson, Ben
To The Republicans Of North America (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To the river (Hungarian) – Poe, Edgar Allan
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time [video] (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Herrick, Robert
To the White Fiends (Hungarian) – McKay, Claude
To Tirzah (Hungarian) – Blake, William
To Wordsworth (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To-morrow (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
To Autumn (German, Esperanto, Spanish, Hungarian, Serbian) – Keats, John
Tobacco, tobacco [video] (Hungarian) – Hume, Tobias
To Cyriack Skinner (Hungarian) – Milton, John
To Ianthe (Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage) (Hungarian) – Byron, George
Tommy [video] (Hungarian) – Kipling, Rudyard
To Mr Lawrence (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Tortoise family connections (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
Tortoise Gallantry (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
To The Nightingale (Hungarian) – Milton, John
Triolet (Hungarian) – Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Triolet (Hungarian) – Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
Troilus and Criseyde, Book III (detail) (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
Troilus and Criseyde, Book V (detail) (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
Truth or Ballade de bon conseyl (Hungarian) – Chaucer, Geoffrey
Tutto è Sciolto (Hungarian) – Joyce, James
'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notch (414) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Twenty Years hence (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
Twickenham Garden (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Two poems (Hungarian) – Blake, William
Two Songs of a Fool (Hungarian) – Yeats, William Butler
Tyrannicide (Hungarian) – Landor, Walter Savage
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Walt Whitman (Hungarian) – Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Waly, Waly, Love be Bonny (Hungarian) – English and Scottish Folk Ballads
War Poet has audio (Hungarian) – Keyes, Sidney
Water (Hungarian) – Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Water, is taught by thirst (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
We are getting to the end (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
We can but follow to the Sun— (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
We do not play on Graves (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
We dream — it is good we are dreaming — (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
We grow accustomed to the Dark – (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
We never know how high we are (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
We outgrow love, like other things (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Weathers has audio (Hungarian) – Hardy, Thomas
Weep Not, My Wanton (Hungarian) – Greene, Robert
Wha is that at my bower-door (Hungarian) – Burns, Robert
What Bird So Sings, Yet So Does Wail? (Hungarian) – Lyly, John
What If You Slept (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
What is as wrong as the uninstructed heart... (German) – Bundschuh, Jessica Grant
What is our life? (Hungarian) – Raleigh, Sir Walter
What Lips My Lips Have Kissed… (Sonnet XLIII) (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
What should I say (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
What Soft—Cherubic Creatures (401) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
What thing is love? (Hungarian) – Peele, George
When as Man’s life, the light of human lust (Hungarian) – Greville, Sir Fulke
When Daisies Pied and Violets Blue (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
When Death to Either shall come (Hungarian) – Bridges, Robert
When I am dead (Hungarian) – Rossetti, Christina Georgina
When I came last to Ludlow (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
When Love Is Young (Hungarian) – Galsworthy, John
When ragyng loue with extreme payne (Hungarian) – Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey
When the Assault was Intended to the City (Hungarian) – Milton, John
When the hounds of spring (Hungarian) – Swinburne, Charles Algernon
When the lamp is shattered [video] (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
When the ripe fruit falls (Hungarian) – Lawrence, D. H.
When the world is burning (Hungarian) – Jones, Ebenezer
When We Two Parted (Hungarian) – Byron, George
When I Have Fears… (German, Hungarian) – Keats, John
When You are Old [video] (Czech, Spanish, Hungarian, Slovak) – Yeats, William Butler
Where Be Ye Going, You Devon Maid? (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Whiskey is the potion that can cure every ill’ (Hungarian) – Irish Minstrelsy
White Heliotrope (Hungarian) – Symons, Arthur
White in the moon the long road lies [video] (Hungarian) – Housman, A. E.
Who hath his fancy pleased (Hungarian) – Sidney, Philip
Who were before Me (Hungarian) – Drinkwater, John
Whoso List to Hunt [video] (Hungarian) – Wyatt, Sir Thomas
Why Did I Laugh Tonight? No Voice Will Tell (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Why He Was There [video] (Hungarian) – Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Why I Am a Liberal (Hungarian) – Browning, Robert
Why so Pale and Wan? (Hungarian) – Suckling, Sir John
Why Was I Born (Czech, Hungarian, Slovak) – Blake, William
Wild Nights -- Wild Nights! (249) (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
William Blake (Hungarian) – Thomson, James
William Wordsworth (Hungarian) – Keyes, Sidney
Wind and Silver (German) – Lowell, Amy
Windsor-Forest (detail) (Hungarian) – Pope, Alexander
Winter Evening (Hungarian) – Lampman, Archibald
Winter is good — his Hoar Delights (Hungarian) – Dickinson, Emily
Winter Sleep (Hungarian) – Wylie, Elinor
Winter's Beauty (Hungarian) – Davies, William Henry
Winter's Tale (Detail) (Hungarian) – Shakespeare, William
Witch-Wife (Hungarian) – St. Vincent Millay, Edna
With A Guitar, To Jane (Hungarian) – Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Woefully Arrayed (Hungarian) – Skelton, John
Woman’s Constancy (Hungarian) – Donne, John
Wonder (Hungarian) – Traherne, Thomas
Work Without Hope (German, Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Worm-Proof (Hungarian) – Davies, William Henry
Written After Swimming from Sestos to Abydos (German, Hungarian) – Byron, George
Written During a Temporary Blindness in the Year 1799 (Hungarian) – Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Written In The Beginning Of Mezeray's History Of France (Hungarian) – Prior, Matthew
Written on a Summer Evening (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Written on the Day that Mr Leigh Hunt Left Prison (Hungarian) – Keats, John
Wyatt Resteth Here (Hungarian) – Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey
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