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Author: Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Publisher: Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. [1907]
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Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
Poems of Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. [1907]
(OCoLC)663711265
Named Person: Thomas Bailey Aldrich; Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Bailey Aldrich
OCLC Number: 1107918
Description: xvii, 504 pages frontispiece (portrait) 9 plates 21 cm
Contents: Flower and thorn --
Baby Bell --
Piscataqua River --
Pampina --
Invocation to sleep --
The flight of the goddess --
An old castle --
Lost at sea --
The queen's ride --
Dirge --
On Lynn Terrace --
Seadrift --
The Piazza of St. Mark at midnight --
The metempsychosis --
Bayard Taylor --
Hesperides --
Before the rain --
After the rain --
A snowflake --
Frost-work --
The one white rose --
Landscape --
Nocturne --
Appreciation --
Palabras carinosas --
Apparitions --
Unsung --
An untimely thought --
One woman --
Realism --
Discipline --
Destiny --
Nameless pain --
Heredity --
Identity --
Lyrics and epics --
A winter piece --
Kriss Kringle --
Rencontre --
Love's calendar --
Lost art --
Proem --
An Arab welcome --
A Turkish legend --
The crescent and the cross --
The unforgiven --
Dressing the bride --
Two songs from the Persian --
Tiger-lilies --
The sultana --
The world's way --
Latakia --
When the sultan goes to Ispahan --
A prelude --
To Hafiz --
The lament of El Moulok --
Nourmadee. Friar Jerome's beautiful book --
Miantowona --
The guerdon --
Tita's tears --
A ballad --
The legend of Ara-Coeli --
Corydon --
a pastoral --
On an intaglio head of Minerva --
The menu --
Comedy --
In an atelier --
At a reading --
Amontillado --
Carpe diem --
Dans la Boheme --
The lunch --
Imp of dreams --
An elective course --
Pepita --
L'eau dormante --
Echo song --
Thalia --
Palinode --
Mercedes --
Footnotes --
a book of quatrains --
Spring in New England --
Wyndham Towers --
The sisters' tragedy --
Elmwood --
White Edith --
Sea longings --
The bells at midnight --
Unguarded gates --
In Westminster Abbey --
A shadow of the night --
The last Caesar --
Tennyson --
Alec Yeaton's son --
Batuschka --
Monody on the death of Wendell Phillips --
Two moods --
The shipman's tale --
Broken music --
The sailing of the autocrat --
At the funeral of a minor poet --
Sargent's portrait of Edwin Booth at "The players" --
"When from the tense chords of that mighty lyre" --
Pauline Pavlovna --
Judith and Holofernes. Prescience --
Memory --
A mood --
Act V --
Guilielmus Rex --
A dedication --
"Pillared arch and sculptured tower" --
Threnody --
Sestet --
Necromancy --
Forever and a day --
A touch of nature --
"I'll not confer with sorrow" --
In the belfry of the nieuwe kerk --
No songs in winter --
A parable --
Insomnia --
Seeming defeat --
"Like Crusoe, walking by the lonely strand" --
Knowledge --
The letter --
"In youth, beside the lonely sea" --
"Great captain, glorious in our wars" --
The winter robin --
A refrain --
The voice of the sea --
Art --
Imogen --
A bridal measure --
Cradle song --
Santo Domingo --
Resurgam --
A petition --
Invita Minerva --
Fredericksburg --
By the Potomac --
Pursuit and possession --
Miracles --
"Enamored architect of airy rhyme" --
Eidolons --
At Bay Ridge, Long Island --
"Even this will pass away" --
Egypt --
At Stratford-upon-Avon --
With three flowers --The Lorelei --
Sleep --
Thorwaldsen --
An alpine picture --
To L.T. in Florence --
Henry Howard Brownell. The rarity of genius --
Books and seasons --
Outward bound --
Ellen Terry in "The Merchant of Venice" --
The poets --
The undiscovered country --
Andromeda --
Reminiscence --
On reading William Watson's sonnets entitled "The purple east" --
"I vex me not with brooding on the years" --
Shaw memorial ode --
Judith of Bethulia --
Longfellow.

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