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The eighteen-nineties, a period anthology in prose and verse.

Author: Martin Secker
Publisher: London, Richards Press [1948]
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Genre/Form: Anthologies
Poems
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Secker, Martin.
Eighteen-nineties.
London, Richards Press [1948]
(OCoLC)988368048
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Secker
OCLC Number: 787713
Description: xvi, 616 pages frontispiece 23 cm
Contents: The three musicians ; Under the hill ; Catullus, Carmen CI / Aubrey Beardsley --
Eighteen-eighty ; Diminuendo / Max Beerbohm --
Aucassin and Nicolette / F.W. Bourdillon --
A caprice of the cherubim / Baron Corvo --
When Greek meets Greek / Hubert Crackenthorpe --
Peacocks ; Pierrot / Olive Custance --
The pleasure-pilgrim / Ella D'Arcy --
The ballad of a nun / John Davidson --
The dead poet ; A song ; The travelling companion ; If you came back / Lord Alfred Douglas --
The Pierrot of the minute ; Non sum qualis eram / Ernest Dowson. The captain's book / George Egerton --
Fête champêtre / Michael Field --
A love song ; Threescore and ten / Norman Gale --
The headswoman / Kenneth Grahame --
Les demoiselles de Sauve ; The ox / John Gray --
Castles near Spain / Henry Harland --
Montes the matador / Frank Harris --
O, time and change ; Ballade of antique dances ; The ways of death / W.E. Henley --
A question and an answer ; Et sunt commercia coeli ; Paradise walk / Herbert P. Horne --
Four poems from A Shropshire lad / A.E. Housman --
The church of a dream ; By the statue of King Charles at Charing Cross ; Nihilism / Lionel Johnson. A ballad of London ; An ode to Spring ; What of the darkness? / Richard Le Gallienne --
Meeting the ghosts / Eugene Lee-Hamilton --
The three impostors / Arthur Machen --
Tragedy ; Châtelard ; The love-token / Theo Marzials --
A letter from a girl to her own old age ; To a daisy ; Your own fair youth / Alice Meynell --
The lovers of Orelay / George Moore --
Beautiful meals ; Water ; Variation on Ronsard ; Tempio di venere / T. Sturge Moore --
The lady ; The hour of ghosts / Vincent O'Sullivan --
The apparition ; The question ; To a lost love / Stephen Phillips --
Ad cinerarium ; Epitaphium citharistrae / Victor Plarr. The house of Orven / M.P. Shiel --
In the key of blue / John Addington Symonds --
Stella Maris ; In Bohemia ; Love song ; The gardener ; Wanderer's song / Arthur Symons --
Messages ; Daisy ; Envoy / Francis Thompson --
The great misgiving ; Ode in May / William Watson --
The portrait of Mr W.H. ; The harlot's house ; The decay of lying / Oscar Wilde --
Song to Elizabeth ; The music-hall ; Inscription / Theodore Wratislaw --
Aedh tells of the rose in his heart ; The Countess Cathleen ; Down by the salley gardens ; When you are old / W.B. Yeats.
Responsibility: With an introd. by John Betjeman.

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