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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Publisher: Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, ©1891.
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Genre/Form: American poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
OCLC Number: 10037771
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xv, 496 pages, 12 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm
Contents: VOICES OF THE NIGHT --
Prelude --
Hymn to the night --
A Psalm of life --
The Reaper and the flowers --
The Light of stars --
Footsteps of angels --
Flowers --
The Beleaguered City --
Midnight Mass for the dying year --
EARLIER POEMS --
An April day --
Autumn --
Woods in winter --
Hymn of the Moravian nuns of Bethlehem --
Sunrise on the hills --
The Spirit of poetry --
Burial of the Minnisink --
TRANSLATIONS --
Coplas de Manrique --
The Good Shepherd --
To-morrow --
The Native Land --
The Image of God --
The Brook --
The Celestial Pilot --
The Terrestrial Paradise --
Beatrice --
Spring --
The Child Asleep --
The Grave --
King Christian --
The Happiest Land --
The Wave --
The Dead --
The Bird and the Ship --
Whither? --
Beware! --
Song of the Bell --
The Castle By the Sea --
The Black Knight --
Song of the Silent Land --
L'Envoi --
BALLADS AND OTHER POEMS --
The Skeleton in armor --
The Wreck of the Hesperus --
The Luck of Edenhall --
The Elected Knight --
THE CHILDREN OF THE LORD'S SUPPER --
MISCELLANEOUS --
--
The Village blacksmith --
Endymion --
The two Locks of Hair --
It is not always May --
The Rainy Day --
God's-acre --
To the River Charles --
Blind Bartimeus --
The Goblet of life --
Maidenhood --
Excelsior --
POEMS ON SLAVERY --
To William E. Channing --
The Slave's dream --
The Good part, that shall not be taken away --
The Slave in the dismal swamp --
The Slave singing at midnight --
The Witnesses --
The Quadroon girl --
The Warning --
THE SPANISH STUDENT --
THE BELFRY OF BRUGES AND OTHER POEMS --
Carillon --
The Belfry of Bruges --
MISCELLANEOUS --
A Gleam of sunshine --
The Arsenal at Springfield --
Nuremberg --
The Norman baron --
Rain in summer --
To a child --
The Occultation of Orion --
The Bridge --
To the driving cloud --
SONGS AND SONNETS --
Seaweed --
The Day is done --
Afternoon in February --
To an old Danish song-book --
Walter von der Vogelweid --
Drinking song --
The Old clock on the stairs --
The Arrow and the song --The Evening Star --
Autumn --
Dante --
The Cross of Snow --
TRANSLATIONS --
The Hemlock Tree --
Annie of Tharaw --
The Statue over the Cathedral Door --
The Legend of the Crossbill --
The Sea hath its Pearls --
Poetic Aphorisms --
CURFEW --
EVANGELINE: A TALE OF ACADIE --
THE SEASIDE AND THE FIRESIDE --
Dedication --
BY THE SEASIDE --
The Building of the ship --
Chrysaor --
The Secret of the sea --
Twilight --
Sir Humphrey Gilbert --
The Lighthouse --
The Fire of drift-wood --
BY THE FIRESIDE --
Resignation --
The Builders --
Sand of the desert in an hour-glass --
Birds of Passage --
The Open window --
King Witlaf's drinking-horn --
Gaspar Becerra --
Pegasus in pound --
Tegnér's drapa --
Sonnet --
The Singers --
Suspiria --
Hymn --
The blind girl of Castèl Cuillè --
A Christmas Carol --
THE SONG OF HIAWATHA --
Introducation --
I. The Peace-Pipe --
II. The Four winds --
III. Hiawatha's childhood --
IV. Hiawatha and Mudjekeewis --
V. Hiawatha's fasting --
VI. Hiawatha's friends --
VII. Hiawatha's sailing --
VIII. Hiawatha's fishing --
IX. Hiawatha and the pearl-feather --
X. Hiawatha's wooing --
XI. Hiawatha's wedding-feast --
XII. The Son of the evening star --
XIII. Blessing the cornfields --
XIV. Picture-writing --
XV. Hiawatha's lamentation --
XVI. Pau-Puk-Keewis --
XVII. The hunting of Pau-Puk-Keewis --
XVIII. The Death of Kwasind --
XIX. The ghosts --
XX. The Famine --
XXI. The White man's foot --
XXII. Hiawatha's departure. THE COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH --
I. Miles Standish --
II. Love and Friendship --
III. The lover's errand --
IV. John Alden --
V. The sailing of the Mayflower --
VI. Priscilla --
VII. The March of Miles Standish --
VIII. The Spinning-wheel --
IX. The wedding-day --
BIRDS OF PASSAGE --
FLIGHT THE FIRST --
Prometheus, or the poet's forethought --
The Ladder of St. Augustine --
The Phantom ship --
The Warden of the cinque ports --
Haunted houses --
In the churchyard at Cambridge --
The Emperor's bird's nest --
The Two angels --
Daylight and moonlight --
The Jewish cemetery at Newport --
Oliver Basselin --
Victor Galbraith --
My lost youth --
The ropewalk --
The Golden mile-stone --
Catawba wine --
Santa Filomena --
The discoverer of the North Cape --
Daybreak --
The Fiftieth birthday of Agassiz --
Children --
Sandalphon --
FLIGHT THE SECOND --
The Children's hour --
Enceladus --
The cumberland --
Snow-flakes --
A Day of sunshine --
Something left undone --
Weariness --
FLIGHT THE THIRD --
Fata Morgana --
The Haunted Chamber --
The Meeting --
Vox Populi --
The Castle-builder --
Changed --
Challenge --
The Brook and the Wave --
From the Spanish Cancioneros --
Aftermath --
Epimetheus, or the poet's afterthought --
TALES OF A WAYSIDE INN --
PART FIRST --
Prelude: The Wayside Inn --
The landlord's tale: Paul Revere's ride --
Interlude --
The student's tale: The falcon of Ser Federigo --
Interlude --
The Spanish Jew's Tale: The legend of Rabbi Ben Levi --
Interlude --
The Sicilian's tale: King Robert of Sicily --
Interlude --
The musician's tale: The Saga of King Olaf --
I. The challenge of Thor --
II. King Olaf's return --
III. Thora of Rimol --
IV. Queen Sigrid the Haughty --
V. The Skerry of Shrieks --
VI. The wraith of Odin --
VII. Iron-Beard --
VIII. Gudrun --
IX. Thangbrand the Priest --
X. Raud the Strong --
XI. Bishop Sigurd of Salten Fiord --
XII. King Olaf's Christmas --
XIII. The building of the long serpent --
XIV. The crew of the long serpent --
XV. A little bird in the air --
XVI. Queen Thyri and the Anglica stalks --
XVII. King Svend of the Forked Beard --
XVIII. King Olaf and Earl Sigvald --
XIX. King Olaf's war-horns --
XX. Einar Tamberskelver --
XXI. King Olaf's death-drink --
XXII. The nun of Nidaros --
Interlude --
The Theologian's tale: Torquemada --
Interlude --
The Poet's tale: The birds of Killingworth --
Finale --
PART SECOND --
Prelude --
The Sicilian's tale: The bell of Atri --
Interlude --
The Spanish Jew's tale: Kambalu --
Interlude --
The Student's tale: The Cobbler of Hagenau --
Interlude --
The Musician's tale: The Ballad of Carmilhan --
Interlude --
The Poet's tale: Lady Wentworth --
Interlude --
The Theologian's tale: The legend beautiful --
Interlude --
The Student's second tale: The Baron of St. Castine --
Finale --
PART THIRD --
Prelude --
The Spanish Jew's tale: Azrael --
Interlude --
The Poet's tale: Charlemagne --
Interlude --
The Student's tale: Emma and Eginhard --
Interlude --
The Theologian's tale: Elizabeth --
Interlude --
The Sicilian's tale: The monk of Casal-Maggiore --
Interlude --
The Spanish Jew's second tale: Scanderbeg --
Interlude --
The Musician's tale: The mother's ghost --
Interlude --
The Landlord's tale: The rhyme of Sir Christopher --
Finale --
FLOWER-DE-LUCE --
Flower-de-Luce --
Palingenesis --
the Bridge of cloud --
Hawthorne --
Christmas bells --
The Wind over the chimney --
The Bells of Lynn --
Killed at the ford --
Giotto's tower --
To-morrow --
Divina Commedia --
Noël. JUDAS MACCABAEUS --
HANDFUL OF TRANSLATIONS --
The Fugitive --
The Seige of Kazan --
The Boy and the Brook --
To the Stork --
Consolation --
To Cardinal Richelieu --
The Angel and the Child --
To Italy --
Wanderer's Night-Songs --
Remorse --
Santa Teresa's Book-Mark --
THE MASQUE OF PANDORA --
I. The workshop of Hephaestus --
II. Olympus --
III. Tower of Prometheus on Mount Caucasus --
IV. The Air --
V. The House of Epimetheus --
VI. In the garden --
VII. The House of Epimetheus --
VIII. In the garden --
THE HANGING OF THE CRANE --
MORITURI SALUTAMUS --BIRDS OF PASSAGE --
FLIGHT THE FOURTH--
Charles Sumner --
Travels by the fireside --
Cadenabbia --
Monte Cassino --
Amalfi --
The sermon of St. Francis --
Belisauius --
Songo River --
A BOOK OF SONNETS --
Three friends of mine --
Chaucer --
Shakespeare --
Milton --
Keats --
The galaxy --
The sound of the sea --
A summer day by the sea --
The tides --
A shadow --
A nameless grave --
Sleep --
The old bridge at Florence --
Il ponte vecchio de Firenze --
KÉRAMOS --
BIRDS OF PASSAGE --
FLIGHT THE FIFTH --
The Herons of Elmwood --
A Dutch picture --
Castles in Spain --
Vittoria Colonna --
The revenge of Rain-in-the-face --
To the River Yvette --
The emperor's glove --
A ballad of the French fleet --
The leap of Roushan Beg --
Haruon al Raschid --
King Trisanku --
A wraith in the mist --
The three kings --
Song --
The white czar --
Delia. A BOOK OF SONNETS. PART SECOND --
Nature --
In the churchyard at Tarrytown --
Eliot's Oak --
The descent of the muses --
Venice --
The poets --
Parker Cleaveland --
The harvest moon --
To the river Rhone --
The three silences of Molinos --
The two rivers --
Boston --
St. John's, Cambridge --
Moods --
Woodstock Park --
The four princesses at Wilna --
Holidays --
Wapentake --
The broken oar --
TRANSLATIONS --
Virgil's first eclogue --
Ovid in exile --
On the Terrace of the Aigalades --
To my Brooklet --
Barréges --
Forsaken --
Allah --
SEVEN SONNETS AND A CANZONE, FROM THE ITALIAN OF MICHAEL ANGELO --
I. The artist --
II. Fire --
III. Youth and age --
IV. Old age --
V. To Vittoria Colonna --
VI. To Vittoria Colonna --
VII. Dante --
VIII. Canzone --
ULTIMA THULE --
Dedication --
Bayard Taylor --
The chamber over the gate --
From my arm-chair --
Jugurtha --
The iron pen --
Robert Burns --
Helen of Tyre --
Elegiac --
Old St. Savid's at Radnor. FOLK_SONGS--
The sifting of Peter --
Maiden and weathercock --
The windmill --
The tide rises, the tide falls --
SONNETS --
My cathedral --
The burial of the poet, R.H. Dana --
Night --
L'ENVOI --
The poet and his songs --
IN THE HARBOR --
Becalmed --
Hermes Trismegistus --
The poet's calendar --
Mad River, in the White Mountains --
Auf Wiedersehen. In Memory of J.T.F. --
The Children's Crusade --
The city and the sea --
Sundown --
President Garfield --
Decoration day --
Chimes --
Four by the Clock --
The Four Lakes of Madison --
Moonlight --
To the Avon --
Elegiac Verse --
A fragment --
The bells of San Blas --
TRANSLATIONS --
Prelude --
From the French --
The wine of Jurançon --
At La Chaudeau --
A Quiet Life --
PERSONAL POEMS --
Loss and Gain --
Autumn Within --
Victor and Vanquished --
Memories --
My Books --
L'ENVOI --
Possibilities --
MICHAEL ANGELO --
Part First --
I. Prologue at Ischia --
Monologue: The Last Judgment --
II. San Silvestro --
III. Cardinal Ippolito --
IV. Borgo Delle Vergine at Naples --
V. Vittoria Colonna --
Part Second --
I. Monologue --
II. Viterbo --
III. Michael Angelo and Benvenuto Cellini --
IV. Fra Sebastiano del Piombo --
V. Michael Angelo and Titan: Palazzo Belvedere --
VI. Palazzo Cesarini --
Part Third --
I. Monologue: Macello de' Corvi --
II. Vigna di Papa Giulio --
III. Bino Altoviti --
IV. In the coliseum --
V. Benvenuto again: Macello de' Corvi --
VI. Urbino's Fortune--
VII. The oaks of Monte Luca --
VIII. The dead Christ --
NOTES --
INDEX OF FIRST LINES --
INDEX OF TITLES.

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    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1673013#Agent/houghton_mifflin> # Houghton, Mifflin
    a bgn:Agent ;
    schema:name "Houghton, Mifflin" ;
    .

<http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85004386> # American poetry--19th century
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "American poetry--19th century"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/807348> # American poetry
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "American poetry"@en ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/54150826> # Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:birthDate "1807" ;
    schema:deathDate "1882" ;
    schema:familyName "Longfellow" ;
    schema:givenName "Henry Wadsworth" ;
    schema:name "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow" ;
    .


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