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Author: Christina Georgina Rossetti
Publisher: New York : Knopf, ©1993.
Series: Everyman's library pocket poets.
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These Everyman's Library Pocket Poets hardcover editions are popular for their compact size and reasonable price which do not compromise content. Poems: Rossetti contains a full selection of Rossetti's work, including her lyric poems, dramatic and narrative poems, rhymes and riddles, sonnet sequences, prayers and meditations, and an index of first lines.
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Rossetti, Christina Georgina, 1830-1894.
Poems.
New York : Knopf, c1993
(OCoLC)623024448
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christina Georgina Rossetti
ISBN: 0679429085 9780679429081
OCLC Number: 28334564
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 256 p. ; 17 cm.
Contents: LYRIC POEMS: The key-note --
Dream-love --
"Endure hardness" --
"There is a budding morrow in midnight" --
A wintry sonnet --
May --
Somewhere or other --
Song (She sat and sang alway) --
An echo from Willowood --
A triad --
Touching "Never" --
By the sea --
Rest --
One of the dead --
Have you forgotten? --
Cobwebs --
Guesses --
Passing --
Song (When I am dead, my dearest) --
After death --
Remember --
By way of remembrance --
Will you be there? --
Pastime --
The thread of life --
A discovery --
From the antique --
Strange voices --
Looking forward --
The half moon --
Roses on a brier --
Piteous my rhyme --
"Summer is ended" --
One sea-side grave --
Passing and glassing --
A portrait --
In an artists' studio --
Portraits --
In progress --
On Keats --
Cardinal Newman --
"Son, remember" --
St. Barnabas --
A prodigal son --
Soeur Louise de la Misericorde (1674) --
Our mothers --
DRAMATIC AND NARRATIVE POEMS: Goblin market --
The poor ghost --
"No, thank you, John" --
Sister Maude --
"Last night" --
Helen Grey --
Margery --
The convent threshold --
Eve --
RHYMES AND RIDDLES: New enigmas --
Four charades --
A city plum --
Hope --
Heartsease --
What are heavy? --
Caterpillar --
Oak --
How many seconds? --
Months --
An alphabet --
What is pink? --
A pin --
Frog and toad --
Mice --
What does the donkey? --
Fish and lizards --
The peacock --
If hope --
I planted a hand --
Riddle --
If a mouse --
The wind --
A white hen --
Who has seen the wind? --
Diamond or coal --
Jewels --
The rose --
Is the moon tired? --
O lady moon --
A handy mole --
The frog --
A word for the dumb --
SONNET SEQUENCES: Sonnets are full of love --
Monna innominata: A sonnet of sonnets --
Later life: a double sonnet of sonnets --
PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS: The lowest place --
Weary in well-doing --
Consider --
Mother country --
"He shall go no more out" --
Blessed and holy --
What are these lovely ones? --
Short is time --
For each --
For all --
"Then whose shall those things be?" --
Time lengthening --
"All flesh is grass" "Was thy wrath against the sea?" --
We know not when --
What is the beginning? --
Love to be love --
Tune me, O Lord --
Sunday before Advent --
Love loveth thee --
"That where I am, there ye maybe also" --
A chill blank world --
Advent --
Sooner or later --
Birchington Churchyard --
Resurgam --
"Behold a shaking" --
Leaf from leaf --
New creatures --
Jesus alone --
Press onward --
Lord, thou art fulness --
I cannot plead --
Our life is long --
Dear angels --
A Christmas carol (in the bleak mid-winter) --
A hope carol --
"Where neither rust nor moth doth corrupt" --
Lord, grant us eyes --
"Cried out with tears" --
"A fair world tho' a fallen" --
All saints --
Up-hill.
Series Title: Everyman's library pocket poets.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Rossetti.
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These Everyman's Library Pocket Poets hardcover editions are popular for their compact size and reasonable price which do not compromise content. Poems: Rossetti contains a full selection of Rossetti's work, including her lyric poems, dramatic and narrative poems, rhymes and riddles, sonnet sequences, prayers and meditations, and an index of first lines.

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