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The traveller, the deserted village, and other poems.

Author: Oliver Goldsmith
Publisher: London, John Sharpe, 1825.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Goldsmith
OCLC Number: 41264814
Description: 166 pages pls. 15 cm
Contents: The traveller --
The deserted village --
The hermit --
The haunch of venison --
Retaliation --
The double transformation --
The logicians refuted --
A new simile --
Description of an author's bedchamber --
The clown's reply --
An elegy on the death of a mad dog --
An elegy on the glory of her sex, Mrs. Mary Blaize --
On a beautiful youth struck blind by lightning --
The gift --
Stanzas on woman --
Lines inserted in the morning chronicle of April 3, 1800 --
Song, intended to have been sung in the comedy of "She stoops to conquer" --
Song --
Song, from the oratorio of the captivity --
Song --
Stanzas on the Taking of Quebec --
Epitaph on Dr. Parnell --
Epitaph on Edward Purdon --
Prologue, written and spoken by the poet Laberius, a Roman knight, whom Caesar forced upon the stage --
Prologue to the Tragedy of Zobeide --
Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Lee Lewes, in the character of Harlequin, at his benefit --
Epilogue to Mrs. Charlotte Lennox's Comedy of the sister --
Epilogue, spoken by Mrs. Bulkley and Miss Catley --
Epilogue, intended for Mrs. Bulkley.

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