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The poetical works of Matthew Arnold,

Author: Matthew Arnold; Arthur Quiller-Couch
Publisher: London ; New York, Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, [1945]
Series: Oxford editions of standard authors; Oxford editions of standard authors.
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Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888.
Poetical works of Matthew Arnold.
London ; New York, Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, [1945]
(OCoLC)586268405
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Arnold; Arthur Quiller-Couch
OCLC Number: 8484677
Notes: "First published in 1909 and reprinted in 1913 ... 1942 (with additions), and 1945."
Description: xxii, 494 pages 19 cm.
Contents: Alaric at Rome --
Cromwell --
Horatian echo --
Sonnet to the Hungarian nation --
Sonnet --
Mycerinus --
The strayed reveller --
Fragment of an Antigone --
The sick king in Bokhara --
To my Friends who ridiculed a tender leave-taking --
A modern Sappho --
The new sirens, a palinode --
The voice --
To Fausta --
Desire --
To a gispy child by the sea-shore, Douglas, Isle of Man --
The Hayswater boat --
The forsaken merman --
The world and the quietist, to Critias --
In utrumque paratus --
Resignation, to Fausta --
Empedocles on Etna --
The river --
Excuse --
Indifference --
Too late --
On the Rhine --
Longing --
The lake --
Parting --
Absence --
Destiny --
To Marguerite --
Human life --
Despondency --
Youth's agitations --
Self-deception --
Lines written by a death-bed --
Tristram and Iseult --
Memorial verses --
Courage --
Self-dependence --
A summer night --
The buried lie --
A farewell --
Obermann --
Consolation --
Lines written in Kensington Gardens --
The world's triumphs --
The second best --
Revolutions --
The youth of nature --
The youth of man --
Morality --
Progress --
The future --
Sohrab and Rustum --
Philomela --
Thekla's answer --
The church of Brou --
The neckan --
A dream --
Requiescat --
The scholar gipsy --
Stanzas in memory of the late Edward Quillinan --
Balder dead --
Separation --
Stanzas from the grande chartreuse --
Haworth churchyard --
To Marguerite --
Merope --
Men of genius --
St. Brandan --
A southern night --
Thyrsis --
Calais sands --
Dover beach --
The terrace at Berne --
Stanzas composed at Carnac --
Fragment of chorus of a Dejaneira --
Palladium --
Early death and fame --
Youth and calm --
Growing old --
The progress of Poesy --
Epitaphs --
The last word --
A wish --
A caution to poets --
Pis-aller --
Epilogue to Lessing's Laocoon --
Bacchanalia --
Rugby Chapel --
Heine's grave --
Obermann once more --
Translations from the Iliad --
Below the surface-stream --
New Rome --
Rome-sickness --
S.S. Lusitania --
Geist's grave --
Westminster Abbey --
Poor Matthais --
Kaiser dead.
Series Title: Oxford editions of standard authors; Oxford editions of standard authors.
Responsibility: with an introduction by Sir A.T. Quiller-Couch.

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