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Ballads and songs (1863) : a machine-readable transcription

Author: Bessie Rayner Belloc; Perry Willett; W Charles Morrow
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : LETRS, Indiana University, 1998.
Series: Victorian women writers project (Series)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bessie Rayner Belloc; Perry Willett; W Charles Morrow
OCLC Number: 40865925
Notes: "TEI formatted filesize uncompressed: approx. 179 kbytes."
Details: System requirements: World Wide Web access.; Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: The palace and the colliery --
The fate of sir John Franklin --
The soldier's return --
The city of refuge --
The black death --
The ballad of the king's daughter --
Robin Hood --
New Year's wishes --
Up the river --Farmhouse gardens --
Carisbrooke chimes --
St. Laurence, undercliff --
The wind amid the trees --
A midsummer night's dream --
At first --
A dropped trinket --In an album --
The old chateau --
Robert Burns --
Peace --
Prayer --
Magic rings --
The mersey and the irwell --
The world of art --
Voluntaries --
The cloud-face --
The first primrose --
Autumn violets --
The little bird --Symbols --
Fate --
Unspoken --
To-morrow --
King Arthur --
Firelight --
Absence --
The dead love --
Two artists --
The cathedral --
On a group of justice and charity --
"What distance parteth thee and me?" --
For Adelaide --
Italy : Rome, St. John Lateran, The Lateran Cloisters, The Coelian Hill, The Appian Way, The desolation of Veii, Gibson's Studio, Minerva Medica, Two graves --
Algiers : Too late, Under the olives.
Series Title: Victorian women writers project (Series)
Responsibility: Belloc, Bessie Rayner ; optically scanned and encoded by W. Charles Morrow ; encoded and edited by Perry Willett.

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