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The poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

Author: Elizabeth Barrett Browning; H W Preston
Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Cambridge ed.
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Contains the poems of Mrs. Browning including "Sonnets from the Portuguese," and "Aurora Leigh."
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Genre/Form: Poetry genre
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Barrett Browning; H W Preston
ISBN: 0395184851 9780395184851 0395180120 9780395180129
OCLC Number: 967057
Notes: Edited by Harriet Waters Preston.
Edition of 1900 published under title: The complete poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Description: xxii, 548 pages portrait 24 cm
Contents: The seraphim: part the first --
part the second --
The poet's vow: pert the first, showing wherefore the vow was made --
part the second, showing to whom the vow was declared --
part the third, showing how the vow was kept --
part the fourth, showing how Rosiland fared by the keeping of the vow --
part the fifth, showing how the vow was broken --
The romaunt of Margret --
Isobel's child --
A romance of the ganges --
An island --
The deserted garden --
The soul's travelling --
Sounds --
Night and the merry man --
Earth and her praisers --
The Virgin Mary to the child Jesus --
To bettine --
Felicia Hemans --
Memory and hope --
The sleep Man and nature --
A sea-side walk --
The sea-mew --
The little friend --
My doves --
To Mary Russell Mitford --
The student --
The exile's return --
A song against singing --
Stanzas --
The young Queen --
Victoria's tears --
Vanities --
Bereavement --
Consolation --
A supplication for love, hymn I --
The mediator, hymn II --
The weeping savior, hymn III --
The measure, hymn IV --
Cowper's grave --
The weakest thing --
The pet-name --
'Since without thee we do no good' --
Queen Annelida and false arcite --
The complaint of Annelida to false arcite --
Poems of 1844: A drama of Excile: Scene-The outer side of the gate of eden --
Scene-The extremity of the sword-glare --
Scene-a wild open country --
Sonnets: The soul's expression --
The seraph and poet --
On a portrait of wordsworth / B.R. Haydon --
Past and future --
Irreparableness --
Tears --
Grief --
Substitution --
Comfort --
Perplexed music --
Work --
Futurity --
The two sayings --
The look --
The meaning of the look --
A thought for a lonely death-bed --
Work and contemplation --
Pain in pleasure --
An apprehension --
Discontent --
Patience taught by nature --
Cheerfulness taught by reason --
Exaggeration --
Adequacy --
To George Sand --
a desire --
To George Sand --
a recognition --
The prisoner --
Insufficiency --
The romaunt of the page --
The lay of the brown rosary: First part --
Second part --
Third part --
Fourth part --
The mourning mother --
A valediction --
Lady Geraldine's courtship --
conclusion --
A vision of the poets --
Rhyme of the Duchess May --
The lady's 'yes' --
The poet and the bird --
The lost bower --
A child asleep --
The cry of the children --
Crowned and wedded --
Crowned and buried --
To flush, my dog --
The fourfold aspect --
A flower in a letter --
The cry of the human --
A lay of the early rose --
Bertha in the Lane --
That day --
Loved once --
A rhapsody of life's progress --
L.E.L.'s last question --
The house of clouds --
Catarina to camoens --
A portrait --
Sleeping and watching --
Wine of Cyprus --
The romance of the swan's nest --
Lessons from the gorse --
The dead pan --
Poems: of 1850: The runaway slave at pilgram's point --
Hecyor in the garden --
Sonnets: Flush or faunus --
Finite and infinite --
Two sketches --
Mountaineer and poet --
The poet --
Hiram powers' 'Greek slave' --
Life --
Love --
Heaven and earth --
The prospect --
Hugh Stuart Boyd: His blindness --
His death --
Legacies --
Confessions --
A Sabbath morning at sea --
The mask --
Calls on the heart --
Wisdom unapplied --
Human life's mystery --
A child's thought of God --
The claim --
A dead rose --
A woman's shortcomings --
A man's requirements --
A year spinning --
Change upon change --
A reed --
A child's grave at Florence --
Life and love --
A denial --
Proof and disproof --
Question and answer --
Inclusions --
Insufficiency --
Sonnets from the Portuguese --
Casa guidi windows: Part I --
Part II --
Aurora Leigh: Dedication to John Kenyon --
First book --
Second book --
Third book --
Fourth book --
Fifth book --
Sixth book --
Seventh book --
Eighth book --
Ninth book --
Poems before congress: Napoleon III, in Italy --
The dance --
A tale of villafranca --
A court lady --
An august voice --
Christmas gifts --
Italy and the world --
A curse for a nation: The curse --
Last poems: Little Mattie --
A false step --
Void in law --
Lord Walter's wife --
Bianca among the nightingales --
My Kate --
A song from the ragged school of London --
May's love --
Amy's cruelty --
My heart and I --
The best thing in the world --
Where's Agnes? --
De profundis --
A musical instrument --
First news from villafranca --
King Victor Emanuel entering Florence, April, 1860 --
The sword of Castruccio Castracani --
Summing up in Italy --
'Died...' --
The forced recruit --
Garibaldi --
Only a curl --
A view across the Roman campagna --
The king's gift --
Parting lovers --
Mother and poet --
Nature's remorses --
The north and the south --
Translations: Prometheus bound --
A lament for Adonis, from the Greek of Bion --
Song of the rose, attributed to Sappho --
From Theocritus --
The Cyclops --
From Apileius --
Psyche gazing on cupid --
Psyche wafted by Zephyrus --
Psyche and pan --
Psyche propitiating Cerberus --
Psyche and the eagle --
Psyche and Cerberus --
Psyche and Proserpine --
Psyche and Venus --
Mercury carries psyche to Olympus --
Marriage of psyche and cupid --
From nonnus: How Bacchus finds Ariadne sleeping --
How Bacchus comforts Ariadne --
From Hesiod: Bacchus and Ariadne --
From Euripides: Aurora and Tithonus --
From Homer: Hector and Andromache --
The daughters of Pandarus --
Another version --
From Anacreon: Ode to the swallow --
From Heine: The last translation
Other Titles: Poems

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Contains the poems of Mrs. Browning including "Sonnets from the Portuguese," and "Aurora Leigh."

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