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Publisher: New York, P.F. Collier, ©1910.
Series: Harvard classics, v. 41
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English poetry from Collins to Fitzgerald.
New York, P.F. Collier, ©1910
(OCoLC)876602581
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 18970226
Description: 477-988 pages.
Contents: FIdele --
Ode written in MDCCXLVI --
The passions --
To evening / William Collins --
The dying man in his garden / George Sewell --
The flowers of the forest / Alison Rutherford Cockburn --
Lament for Lodden / Jane Elliot --
A song to David / Christopher Smart --
Willy drowned in yarrow / Anonymous --
The braes of yarrow / John Logan --
A hunting song / Henry Fielding --
Tom Bowling / Charles Dibdin --
On the death of Dr. Robert Levet --
A satire / Samuel Johnson --
When lovely woman stoops --
Retaliation --
The deserted village --
The traveller; or, a prospect of society / Oliver Goldsmith --
If doughty deeds / Robert Graham of Gartmore --
For lack of gold / Adam Austin --
Loss of the royal George --
To a young lady --
The poplar field --
The solitude of Alexander Selkirk --
To Mary Unwin --
To the same --
Boadicea: An ode --
The castaway --
The shrubbery --
On the receipt of my mother's picture out of Norfolk --
The diverting history of John Gilpin / William Cowper --
Drinking song / Richard Brinsley Sheridan --
Life / Anna Laetitia Barbauld --
Ca' the yowes to the knowes / Isobel Pagan (?) --
Auld Robin Gray / Lady Anne Lindsay --
Song from Ælla / Thomas Chatterton --
The land o' the leal --
He's ower the hills that I lo'e weel --
The auld house --
The laird o' cockpen --
The rowan tree --
Wha'll be king but Charlie? --
Charlie is my darling / Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne --
Wooed and married and A' / Alexander Ross --
Tullochgorum / John Skinner --
To the cuckoo / Michael Bruce --
Logie o' Buchan / George Halket --
The braes of Yarrow / William Hamilton of Bangour --
I lo'ed ne'er a laddie but Ane --
Come under my plaidie / Hector MacNeil --
An ode --
On parent knees a naked new-born child / Sir William Jones --
And ye shall walk in silk attire / Susanna Blamire --
My mother bids me bind my hair / Anne Hunter --
The year, that's awa' / John Dunlop --
A wish --
The sleeping beauty / Samuel Rogers --
The tiger --
Ah! Sun-flower --
To spring --
Reeds of innocence --
Night --
Auguries of innocence --
Nurse's song --
Holy Thursday --
The divine image --
Song / William Blake --
To-morrow / John Collins --
Jessie, the flower o' Dunblane --
Gloomy winter's now awa' / Robert Tannahill Ode on intimations of immortality from recollections of early childhood --
My heart leaps up --
The two April mornings --
The fountain --
Written in March --
Nature and the poet --
Ruth: or the influences of nature --
A lesson --
Michael --
Yarrow unvisited --
Yarrow visited --
Yarrow revisited --
Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey --
The daffodils --
To the daisy --
To the cuckoo --
The green linnet --
Written in early Spring --
To the skylark --
The affliction of Margaret --
Simon Lee the old huntsman --
Ode to duty --
She was a phantom of delight --
To the highland girl of inversneyde --
The solitary reaper --
The reverie of poor Susan --
To Toussaint L'Ouverture --
Character of the happy warrior --
Resolution and independence --
Laodamia --
We are seven --
Lucy --
The inner vision --
By the sea --
Upon Westminster bridge --
To a distant friend --
Desideria --
We must be free or die --
England and Switzerland --
On the extinction of the Venetian republic --
London, MDCCCII --
The same --
When I have borne --
The world is too much with us --
Within king's college chapel, Cambridge --
Valedictory sonnet to the river Duddon --
Composed at Neidpath castle, the property of Lord Queensberry --
Admonition to a traveller --
To sleep --
The sonnet / William Wordsworth --
Dover cliffs / William Lisle Bowles --
The rime of the ancient mariner --
Kubla Khan --
Youth and age --
Love --
Hymn before sunrise, in the vale of Chamouni --
Christabel --
Dejection: an ode / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
After Blenheim --
The scholar / Robert Southey --
The old familiar faces --
Hester --
Of an infant dying as soon as born / Charles Lamb --
The outlaw --
To a lock of hair --
Jack of Hazeldean --
Eleu Loro --
A serenade --
The rover --
The maid of Neidpath --
Gathering song of Donald the black --
Border ballad --
The pride of youth --
Coronach --
Lucy Ashton's song --
Answer --
Rosabelle --
Hunting song --
Lochinvar --
Bonny Dundee --
Datur hora quieti --
Here's a health to King Charles --
Harp of the north, farewell! / Sir Walter Scott Kilmeny --
When the Kye comes hame --
The skylark --
Lock the door, Lariston / James Hogg --
Bathram's dirge / Robert Surtees --
The soldier's dream --
To the evening star --
Ode to winter --
Lord Ullin's daughter --
The river of life --
To the evening star --
The maid of Neidpath --
Ye Mariners of England --
Battle of the Baltic --
Hohenlinden / Thomas Campbell --
Freedom and love / J. Campbell --
Hame, hame, hame --
A wet sheet and a flowing sea / Allan Cunningham --
Youth and age --
The destruction of Sennacherib --
Elegy on Thyrza --
When we two parted --
For music --
She walks in beauty --
All for love --
Elegy --
To Augusta --
Maid of Athens --
Darkness --
Longing --
Fare thee well --
The prisoner of Chillon --
On the castle of Chillon --
Song of Saul before his last battle --
The Isles of Greece --
On this day I complete my thirty-sixth year / George Gordon, Lord Byron --
The light of other days --
Pro patria mori --
The meeting of the waters --
The last rose of summer --
The harp that once through Tara's halls --
A Canadian boat-song --
The journey onwards --
The young may moon --
Echoes --
At the mid hour of night / Thomas Moore --
The burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Hymn of Pan --
Hellas --
Invocation --
Stanzas written in dejection near Naples --
I fear thy kisses --
Lines to an Indian air --
To a skylark --
Love's philosophy --
To the night --
Ode to the west wind --
Written among the Euganean Hills, North Italy --
Hymn to the spirit of nature --
A lament --
A dream of the unknown --
The invitation --
The recollection --
To the moon --
A widow bird --
To a lady, with a guitar --
One word is too often profaned --
Ozymandias of Egypt --
The flight of love --
The cloud --
Stanzas --
April, 1814 --
Music, when soft voices die --
The poet's dream --
The world's wanderers --
Adonais / Percy Bysshe Shelley Jenny kiss'd me --
Abou Ben Adhem / James Henry Leigh Hunt --
The realm of fancy --
Ode on the poets --
The mermaid tavern --
Happy insensibility --
Ode to a nightingale --
Ode on a Grecian urn --
Ode to autumn --
Ode to psyche --
Ode on melancholoy --
The eve of St. Agnes --
Le belle dame sans merci --
On the grasshopper and cricket --
On first looking into Chapman's Homer --
To sleep --
The human seasons --
Great spirits now on Earth are sojourning --
The terror of death --
Last sonnet / John Keats --
Rose Aylmer --
Twenty years hence --
Proud word you never spoke --
Absence --
Dirce --
Corinna to Tanagra, from Athens --
Mother, I cannot mind my wheel --
Well I remember --
No, my own love --
Robert Browning --
The death of Artemidora --
Iphigeneia --
'Do you remember me?' --
For an epitaph at Fiesole --
On Lucretia Borgia's hair --
On his seventy-fifth birthday --
To my ninth decade --
Death stands above me --
On living too long / Walter Savage Landor --
Fair Ines --
The bridge of signs --
The death bed --
Past and present / Thomas Hood --
Glengariff / Sir Aubrey de Vere --
She is not fair / Hartley Coleridge --
To night / Joseph Blanco White --
The loveliness of love / George Darley --
The armada --
A Jacobite's epitaph / Thomas Babington MaCaulay, Lord Macaulay --
The refusal of Charon / William Edmonstoune Aytoun --
The babe / Hugh Miller --
Lament of the Irish emigrant / Helen Selina, Lady Dufferin --
Letty's globe / Charles Tennyson Turner --
The fair hills of Ireland / Sir Samuel Ferguson --
A musical instrument --
Sonnets from the Portuguese, 1-44 --
The sleep / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam of Naishápúr / Edward Fitzgerald.
Series Title: Harvard classics, v. 41

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