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Lyrical ballads

Author: William Wordsworth; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Michael Mason
Publisher: Harlow, England ; New York : Pearson Longman, 2007.
Series: Longman annotated texts.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Ballads of Wordsworth and Coleridge.
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Named Person: Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Wordsworth, William <Schriftsteller>; William Wordsworth; Wordsworth, William <Schriftsteller>; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Wordsworth; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Michael Mason
ISBN: 1405840609 9781405840606
OCLC Number: 71427508
Notes: Ballads of Wordsworth and Coleridge.
First edition 1992.
Description: xix, 426 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Lyrical ballads 1798 to 1805 --
The Wordsworth-Coleridge collaboration --
Lyrical ballads generically considered --
An infinite complexity of pain and pleasure --
Coleridge's lines on 'The nightingale' --
Advertisement --
Argument to 'The ancient mariner' (1798) --
Coleridge's letter on 'Love' --
Wordsworth's note to 'The thorn' --
Wordsworth's note to 'The ancient mariner' --
Argument to 'The ancient mariner' (1800) --
Wordsworth to Charles James Fox --
Coleridge to William Wilberforce --
Coleridge to Sir James Bland Burges --
From Wordsworth's letter to Thomas Poole --
Wordsworth to John Wilson --
Expostulation and reply --
The tables turned --
Animal tranquillity and decay --
Goody Blake and Harry Gill --
The last of the flock --
Lines (left upon a scat in a yew-tree) --
The foster-mother's tale --
The thorn --
We are seven --
Anecdote for fathers --
Lines (written at a small distance from my house) --
The female vagrant --
Lines written in early spring --
Simon Lee --
The nightingale --
The idiot boy --
Love --
The mad mother --
The ancient mariner --
Lines (written a few miles above Tintern Abbey) --
Hart-leap well --
'There was a boy ...' --
The brothers --
Ellen Irwin --
'Strange fits of passion I have known ...' --
'She dwelt among th'untrodden ways ...' --
'A slumber did my spirit seal ...' --
The waterfall and the Eglantine --
The oak and the broom --
The complaint of a forsaken Indian woman --
Lucy Gray --
''Tis said, that some have died for love ...' --
The idle shepherd-boys --
Poor Susan --
Inscription (for the spot where the hermitage stood) --
Lines (written with a pencil upon a stone) --
To a sexton --
Andrew Jones --
Ruth --
Lines (written with a slate-pencil) --
'If nature ...' --
The two April mornings --
The fountain --
Nutting --
'Three years she grew ...' --
The pet-lamb --
Written in Germany --
The childless father --
The Old Cumberland beggar --
Rural architecture --
A poet's epitaph --
A fragment --
Poems on the naming of places --
Lines (written when sailing) --
Remembrance of Collins --
The two thieves --
'A whirl-blast from behind the hill ...' --
Song for the wandering Jew --
Michael --
Lyrical ballads 1798 --
Lyrical ballads 1800 --
Wordsworth's classifications --
The ancient mariner --
The complaint of a forsaken Indian woman --
Goody Blake and Harry Gill --
The mad mother --
Ruth, II. 49-60 --
1798 text of 'The ancient mariner' --
Wordsworth's revisions : the final version of 'Simon Lee'.
Series Title: Longman annotated texts.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Mason ; with a preface by John Mullan.

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