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Poems (1852) : a machine-readable transcription

Author: Bessie Rayner Belloc; Perry Willett; Robert Chavez
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : LETRS, Indiana University, 1998.
Series: Victorian women writers project (Series)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : English
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Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bessie Rayner Belloc; Perry Willett; Robert Chavez
OCLC Number: 40139439
Notes: "TEI formatted filesize uncompressed: approx. 127 kbytes."
Details: System requirements: World Wide Web access.; Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: Warning --
Death the encircler --
Mysteries --
The Moors --
A ballad of smuggling days --
A carol for Willie --
Christmas comes but once a-year --
New-Year's Eve and New-Year's Day --
Summer's song --
Hastings in April --
Stoneleigh --
Kenilworth --
Marsh flowers --
Song --
Reminiscences --
Song --With primroses --
The old water-colour exhibition --
The Alps. Thusis --Chiavenna on a September evening --
The plains of Lombardy --
Giotto, da Vinci, Titian --
Home to England --
The highlands --
The cathedral --
Two sketches for pictures --
The deserted village --
To an author who loved truth more than fame --
London from Jampstead heath --
The wayfarer --
The watch in heaven --
The cloud-face --
Rest --
Life's river --
The evidence of things unseen --
"Life is our dictionary."--
Emerson --
Music --
The experience of all men --
England and hungary in 1849 --
The last home --
Mary --
Two scenesof infancy --
Giorgione and Violante --
The meeting of Plato and Horace in the Elysian Fields --
My old house --
Earth's question --
The reply of the fairies --
The teaching of Cornelius --
Little Sarah --
The old palace garden --
To Birmingham --
To * * * * * --
To E.B.
Series Title: Victorian women writers project (Series)
Responsibility: Belloc, Bessie Rayner ; Transcribed and encoded by Robert Chavez ; edited by Perry Willett.
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