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Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800–1859) was a British poet, historian and Whig politician. His most famous work is The History of England from the Accession of James the Second.
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The Lays of Ancient Rome
An essay describing the poems and their subject matter, and encouraging their teaching.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 1
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 2
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 3
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 4
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Poets' Corner: Lays of Ancient Rome
Text of the Macaulay poems with an introduction and prefaces to each.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 3
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 2
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 4
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Macaulay: Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches, Volume 1
Downloadable e-text from Project Gutenberg.
Poets' Corner: Lays of Ancient Rome
Text of the Macaulay poems with an introduction and prefaces to each.
The Lays of Ancient Rome
An essay describing the poems and their subject matter, and encouraging their teaching.
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