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The collected verse of Lewis Carroll

Autore: Lewis Carroll; John Tenniel
Editore: New York, The Macmillan Company, 1933.
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Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898.
Collected verse of Lewis Carroll.
New York, The Macmillan Co., 1933
(OCoLC)586833540
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Lewis Carroll; John Tenniel
Numero OCLC: 456696
Descrizione: xiv, 445, [1] pages frontispiece (portrait) illustrations 20 cm
Contenuti: Early verse. My fairy --
Punctuality --
Melodies --
Brother and sister --
Facts --
Rules and regulations --
Horrors --
Misunderstandings --
As it fell upon a day --
Ye fattale cheyse --
Lays of sorrow, no. 1 --
Lays of sorrow, no. 2 --
The two brothers --
The lady of the ladle --
She's all my fancy painted him --
Photography extraordinary --
Lays of mystery, imagination, and humour, no. 1: the palace of humbug --
The mouse's tale (early version) --
The mock turtle's song (early version) --
Upon the lonely moor --
Miss Jones --
From Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Dedication --
How doth --
The mouse's tale --
Father William --
The duchess's lullaby --
The Mad Hatter's song --
The mock turtle's song --
Alice's recitation --
Turtle soup --
Evidence read at the trial of the Knave of Hearts --
Christmas greetings --
Puzzles from Wonderland. Puzzles --
Solutions --
From Through the looking-glass. Dedication --
Jabberwocky --
The walrus and the carpenter --
Humpty Dumpty's recitation --
The white knight's ballad --
The Red Queen's lullaby --
Welcome Queen Alice --
The White Queen's riddle --
Acrostic: a boat, beneath a sunny sky --
Prologues to plays. Prologue to "La guida di Bragia" --
Prologue --
Prologue --
Phantasmagoria. Phantasmagoria --
Canto I: The trystyng --
Canto II: Hys fyve rules --
Canto III: Scarmoges --
Canto IV: Hys nouryture --
Canto V: Byckerment --
Canto VI: Dyscomfyture --
Canto VII: Sad souvenaunce --
Echoes --
A sea dirge --
Ye carpette knyghte --
Hiawatha's photographing --
Melancholetta --
A valentine --
The three voices --
Tema con variaziòni --
A game of fives --
Poeta fit, non nascitur --
Size and tears --
Atalanta in Camden-Town --
The lang coortin' --
Four riddles --
Fame's penny-trumpet --
From College rhymes and notes by an Oxford chiel. Ode to Damon --
Those horrid hurdy-gurdies! --
My fancy --
The majesty of justice --
The elections of the Hebdomadal Council --
The deserted parks --
The new belfry of Christ Church, Oxford --
The wandering burgess --
A bachanalian ode --
Examination statute --
The hunting of the snark. Preface --
Dedication --
Fit the first: the landing --
Fit the second: the bellman's speech --
Fit the third: the baker's tale --
Fit the fourth: the hunting --
Fit the fifth: the beaver's lesson --
Fit the sixth: the barrister's dream --
Fit the seventh: the banker's fate --
Fit the Eighth: the vanishing --
Acrostics, inscriptions, and other verses. Acrostic: little maidens, when you look --
To three puzzled little girls, from the author --
Double acrostic: I sing a place wherein agree --
Three little maids --
Puzzle --
Three children --
Two thieves --
Two acrostics: Round the wondrous globe --
Maidens, if a maid you meet --
Double acrostic: Two little girls near London dwell --
Acrostic: "Are you deaf, Father William" --
Acrostic: Maidens! if you love the tale --
Acrostic: love-lighted eyes, that will not start --
To M.A.B. --
Acrostic: Maiden, though thy heart may quail --
Madrigal --
Love among the roses --
Two poems to Rachel Daniel --
The lyceum --
Acrostic: Around my lonely hearth, to-night --
Dreamland --
To my pupil --
To my child-friend --
A riddle --
A limerick --
Rhyme? and reason? --
A nursery darling --
Maggie's visit to Oxford --
Maggie B----
--
From Sylvie and Bruno. Acrostic: Is all our life, then, but a dream --
The mad gardener's song --
The warden's charm --
Peter and Paul --
Bruno's song --
The three badgers --
Lady Muriel's song --
From Sylvie and Bruno concluded. Acrostic: Dreams, that elude the waker's frenzied grasp --
The king-fisher song --
Matilda Jane --
What tottles meant --
The little man that had a little gun --
A song of love --
The pig-tale --
Three sunsets and other poems. Three sunsets --
The path of roses --
The valley of the shadow of death --
Solitude --
Beatrice --
Stolen waters --
The willow-tree --
Only a woman's hair --
The sailor's wife --
After three days --
Faces in the fire --
A lesson in Latin --
Puck lost and found.
Responsabilità: (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) with illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, Arthur B. Frost, Henry Holiday, Harry Furniss, and the author.

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