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Author: James Russell Lowell
Publisher: Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1950.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891.
Uncollected poems.
Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1950
(OCoLC)568141792
Named Person: James Russell Lowell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Russell Lowell
OCLC Number: 983191
Description: xxv, 291 pages 25 cm
Contents: Agatha --
Anti-Texas --
The astronomer misplaced --
"Gloomily the river floweth" --
The ballad of the stranger --
Before the embers --
The burial of Theobald --
In imitation of burns --
Callirhoe --
Campaign epigrams --
Charles Dickens --
To the class of '38 --
Class poem --
A coincidence --
Copy of verses wrote by Sir Henry Knatchbull, Bart, 1760 --
Cuiviscunque --
A dead letter --
Dramatic sketch --
A dream I had --
An epigram on certain conservatives --
Epigram on J.M. --
An epitaph --
The ex-mayor's crumbs of consolation --
An extract --
Extracts from a "Hasty Pudding Poem" --
Fancies about a rosebud --
Farewell --
The fatal curiosity --
Inscription for a memorial bust of Fielding --
The follower --
For a birthday --
"Friends of freedom! Ye who stand" --
The happy martyrdom --
Extracts from a "Hasty pudding poem --
His ship --
Hob gobbling's song --
Homer's neu Heldengedicht --
"One house, our God, we give to thee" --
" I am driven by my longing" --
"I love those poets, of whatever creed" --
If some small savor creep into my rhyme" --
Il pesceballo --
In a volume of Sir Thomas Browne --
In imitation of burns --
In-doors and out --
The infant prodigy --
Inscription for a memorial bust of Fielding --
Sonnet to Keats --
King retro --
"Lady Bird, lady bird, fly away home!" --
The lesson to Irene --
"Like some black mountain glooming hug aloof" --
A love thought --
The loved one --
The lover's drink-song --
Merry England --
Moieties --
Mr. Worsley's nightmare --
My brook --
"My father, since I love, they presence cries " --
A mystical ballad --
New Years' eve, 1844. A fragment --
The Northern Sancho Panza and his vicarious cork tree --
Now is always best --
On receiving a piece of flax-cotton --
"One hours, our God, we give to thee" --
"Only as thou herein canst not see me --
Orpheus --
Our own, his wanderings and personal adventures --
Out of doors --
"A pair of black eyes" --
Pesceballo, II --
Peschiera --
The poet and Apollo. "Poet, if men from wisdom turn away" --
"Poseidon fields, who dost the Atlantic sway" --
The power of sound. A rhymed lecture --
A rallying-cry for New-England, against the annexation of Texas --
The restaurant --
Rhymed lecture --
Saratoga Lake --
Scenes from an unpublished drama --
The serenade --
In a volume of Sir Thomas Browne --
Skillygoliana, No. II --
Skillygoliana. No. III --
Song. "A pair of black eyes" --
Sunset and moonshine --
"Thou art a woman, and herein thou art" --
To keats --
"When in a book I find a pleasant thought" --
"Whenever I read in mournful history" --
Where are the terrors that escort King death" --
Street doors --
Three scenes in the life of a portrait --
To an Aeolian harp at night --
To Madam du Chatelet --
To Mount Washington on a second visit --
To P.G.S. written in a gift copy of Mr. Lowell's poems --
To the class of '38 --
Translations from Uhland: "Das standchen --
"Der weisse Hirsch" --
"Des Knaben Berglied" --
The true radical --
The trustee's lament --
The two --
Written in a copy of Among my books for P.G.S. --
Written in a copy of Fireside travels for P.G.S. --
Written in a copy of Shakspeare --
Voltaire --
What is it? --
"When in a book I find a pleasant thought? "When'ever I read in mournful history --
The widow's mite --
Winter --
Wordsworth --
The world's fair, 1876 --
A worthy ditty --
"Ye Yankees of the Bay state."
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