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The works of Thomas Hardy : with an introduction and bibliography.

Author: Thomas Hardy
Publisher: Ware : Wordsworth Poetry Library, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work comprises a collection of the poetic works of Thomas Hardy. Hardy's poetry spanned over 50 years from the last half of the 19th century to the period after World War I, and ranges from  Read more...

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Named Person: Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hardy
ISBN: 1853264024 9781853264023
OCLC Number: 59984253
Description: xli, 917 pages
Contents: The temporary the all --
Amabel --
Hap --
"In vision I roamed" --
At a bridal --
Postponement --
A confession to a friend in trouble --
Neutral tones --
She at his funeral --
Her initials --
Her dilemma --
Revulsion --
She, to him, I --
She, to him, II --
She, to him, III --
She, to him, IV --
Ditty --
The sergeant's song --
Valenciennes --
San Sebastian --
The stranger's song --
The Burghers --
Leipzig --
The peasant's confession --
The alarm --
Her death and after --
The dance at the Phoenix --
The Casterbridge captains --
A sign-seeker --
My Cicely --
Her immortality --
The ivy-wife --
A meeting with despair --
Unknowing --
Friends beyond --
To outer nature --
Thoughts of Phena --
Middle-age enthusiasms --
In a wood --
To a lady --
To a motherless child --
Nature's questioning --
The impercipient --
At an inn --
The slow nature --
In a eweleaze near Weatherbury --
The bride-night fire --
Heiress and architect --
The two men --
Lines --
"I look into my glass". Embarcation --
Departure --
The Colonel's soliloquy --
The going of the battery --
At the war office --
A Christmas ghost-story --
Drummer Hodge --
A wife in London --
The souls of the slain --
Song of the soldiers' wives and sweethearts --
The sick battle-god --
Genoa and the Mediterranean --
Shelley's skylark --
In the old theatre, Fiesole --
Rome: on the Palatine --
Rome: building a new street in the Ancient Quarter --
Rome: The Vatican: Sala Delle Muse --
Rome: at the pyramid of Cestius: near the graves of Shelley and Keats --
Lausanne: in Gibbon's old garden --
Zermatt: to the Matterhorn --
The bridge of Lodi --
On an invitation to the United States --
The mother mourns --
"I said to love" --
A commonplace day --
At a lunar eclipse --
The lacking sense --
To life --
Doom and she --
The problem --
The subalterns --
The sleep-worker --
The bullfunches --
God-forgotten --
The bedridden peasant to an unknowing God --
By the Earth's corpse --
Mute opinion --
To an unborn pauper child --
To flowers from Italy in winter --
On a fine morning --
To Lizbie Browne --
Song of hope. The well-beloved --
Her reproach --
The inconsistent --
A broken appointment --
"Between us now" --
"How great my grief" --
"I need not go" --
The coquette, and after --
A spot --
Long plighted --
The widow betrothed --
At aforce login hasty wedding --
The dream-flower --
His immortality --
The to-be-forgotten --
Wives in the sere --
The superseded --
An August midnight --
The caged thrush freed and home again --
Birds at winter nightfall --
The puzzled game-birds --
Wither in Durnover Field --
The last chrysanthemum --
The darkling thrush --
The comet a Yell'ham --
Mad Judy --
A wasted illness --
A man --
The Dame of Athelhall --
The seasons of her year --
The milkmaid --
The levelled churchyard --
The ruined maid --
The respectable Burgher on "the higher criticism" --
Architectural masks --
The tenant-for-life --
The king's experiment --
The tree: an old man's story --
Her late husband --
The self-unseeing --
In tenebris I --
In tenebris II --
In tenebris III --
The church-builder --
The lost pyx: a mediaeval legend --
Tess's lament --
The supplanter: a tale. Sapphic fragment --
Catullus: XXXI --
After Schiller --
Song from Heine --
From Victor Hugo --
Cardinal Bembo's epitaph on Raphael --
"I have lived with shades" --
Memory and I --
The revisitation --
A trampwoman's tragedy --
The two Rosalinds --
A Sunday morning tragedy --
The house of hospitalities --
Bereft --
John and Jane --
The curate's kindness --
The flirt's tragedy --
The rejected member's wife --
The farm-woman's winter --
Autumn in King's Hintock Park --
Shut out that moon --
Reminiscences of a dancing man --
The dead man walking --
1967 --
Her definition --
The division --
On the departure platform --
In a cathedral city --
"I say I'll seek her" --
Her father --
At waking --
Four footprints --
In the vaulted way --
In the mind's eye --
The end of the episode --
The sigh --
"In the night she came" --
The conformers --
The dawn after the dance --
The sun on the letter --
The night of the dance --
Misconception --
The voice of the thorn --
From her in the country --
Her confession --
To an impersonator of Rosalind --
To an actress --
The minute before meeting --
He abjures love. Let me enjoy --
The ballad singer --
Former beauties --
After the club dance --
The market-girl --
The inquiry --
A wife waits --
After the fair --
The dark-eyed gentleman --
To Carrey Clavel --
The orphaned old maid --
The spring call --
Julie-Jane --
News for her mother --
The fiddler --
The husband's view --
Rose-Ann --
The homecoming --
A church romance --
The rash bride --
The dead quire --
The Christening --
A dream question --
By the barrows --
A wife and mother --
The Roman Road --
The vampirine fair --
The reminder --
The rambler --
Night in the old home --
After the last breath --
In childbed --
The pine planters --
The dear --
One we knew --
She hears the storm --
A wet night --
Before life and after --
New Year's Eve --
God's education --
To sincerity --
Panthera --
The unborn --
The man he killed --
Geographical knowledge --
One Ralph Blossom soliloquizes --
The noble lady's tale --
Unrealized --
Wagtail and baby --
Aberdeen: 1905 --
George Meredith, 1828-1909 --
Yell'ham-wood's story --
A young man's epigram on existence. In front of the landscape --
Channel firing --
The convergence of the twain --
The ghost of the past --
After the visit --
To meet, or otherwise --
The difference --
The sun on the bookcase --
"When I set out for Lyonnesse" --
A thunderstorm in town --
Beyond the last lamp --
The face at the casement --
Lost love --
"My spirit will not haunt the mound" --
Wessex heights --
In death divided --
The place on the map --
The Schreckhorn --
A singer asleep --
A plaint to man --
God's funeral --
Spectres that grieve --
"Ah, are you digging on my grave?" --
Self-unconscious --
The discovery --
Tolerance --
Before and after summer --
At day-close in November --
The year's awakening --
Under the waterfall --
The going --
Your last drive --
The walk --
Rain on a grave --
"I found her out there" --
Without ceremony --
Lament --
The haunter --
The voice --
His visitor --
A circular --
A dream or no --
After a journey --
A death-day recalled --
Beeny cliff --
At Castle Boterel --
Places --
The phantom horsewoman --
The spell of the rose --
St. Launce's revisited --
Where the picnic was. The wistful lady --
The woman in the rye --
The cheval-glass --
The re-enactment --
Her secret --
"She charged me" --
The newcomer's wife --
A conversation at dawn --
A king's soliloquy --
The coronation --
Aquae sulis --
Seventy-four and twenty --
The elopement --
"I rose up as my custom is" --
A week --
Had you wept --
Bereft, she thinks she dreams --
In the British Museum --
In the servants' quarters --
The obliterate tomb --
"Regret not me" --
The recalcitrants --
Starlings on the roof --
The moon looks in --
The sweet hussy --
The telegram --
The moth-signal --
Seen by the waits --
The two soldiers --
The death of regret --
In the days of crinoline --
The Roman gravemounds --
The workbox --
The sacrilege --
The abbey mason --
The jubilee of a magazine --
The satin shoes --
Exeunt omnes --
A poet --
At tea --
In church --
By her aunt's grave --
In the room of the bride-elect --
At a watering-place --
In the cemetery --
Outside the window --
In the study --
At the altar-rail --
In the nuptial chamber --
In the restaurant --
At the draper's --
On the death-bed --
Over the coffin --
In the moonlight. Moments of vision --
The voice of things --
"Why be at pains?" --
"We sat at the window" --
Afternoon service at Mellstock --
At the wicket-gate --
In a museum --
Apostrophe to an old Psalm tune --
At the word "farewell" --
First sight of her and after --
The rival --
Heredity --
"You were the sort that men forget" --
She, I, and they --
Near Lanivet, 1872 --
Joys of memory --
To the moon --
Copying architecture in an old minster --
To Shakespeare --
Quid hic agis? --
On a midsummer eve --
Timing her --
Before knowledge --
The blinded bird --
"The wind blew words" --
The faded face --
The riddle --
The duel --
At Mayfair lodgings --
To my father's violin --
The Statue of Liberty --
The background and the figure --
The change --
Sitting on the bridge --
The young churchwarden --
"I travel as a phantom now" --
Lines to a movement in Mozarts' E-flat symphony --
"In the seventies" --
The pedigree --
His heart. A woman's dream --
Where they lived --
The occulation --
Life laughs onward --
The peace-offering --
"Something tapped" --
The wound --
A merrymaking in question. "I said and sang her excellence" --
A January night, 1879 --
A kiss --
The announcement --
The oxen --
The tresses --
The photograph --
On a heath --
An anniversary --
"By the runic stone" --
The pink frock --
Transformations --
In her precincts --
The last signal --
The house of silence --
Great things --
The chimes --
The figure in the scene --
"Why did I sketch" --
Conjecture --
The blow --
Love the monopolist --
At middle-field gate in February --
The youth who carried a light --
The head above the fog --
Overlooking the river Stour --
The musical box --
On Sturminster foot-bridge --
Royal sponsors --
Old furniture --
A thought in two moods --
The last performance --
"You on the tower" --
The interloper --
Logs on the hearth --
The sunshade --
The ageing house --
The caged goldfinch --
At madame Tussaud's in Victorian years --
The ballet --
The five students --
The wind's prophecy --
During wind and rain --
He prefers her earthly --
The dolls --
Molly gone --
A backward spring --
Looking across --
At a seaside town in 1869 --
The glimpse --
The pedestrian. "Who's in the next room?" --
At a country fair --
The memorial brass: 186- --
Her love-birds --
Paying calls --
The upper birch-leaves --
"It never looks like summer" --
Everything comes --
The man with a past --
He fears his good fortune --
He wonders about himself --
Jubilate --
He revisits his first school --
"I thought, my heart" --
Fragment --
Midnight on the great western --
Honeymoon time at an inn --
The robin --
"I rose and went to Rou'tor Town" --
The nettles --
In a waiting-room --
The clock-winder --
Old excursions --
The masked face --
In a whispering gallery --
The something that saved him --
The enemy's portrait --
Imaginings --
On the doorstep --
Signs and tokens --
Paths of former time --
The clock of the years --
At the piano --
The shadow on the stone --
In the garden --
The tree and the lady --
An upbraiding --
The young glass-stainer --
Looking at a picture on an anniversary --
The choirmaster's burial --
The man who forgot --
While drawing in a churchyard --
"For life I had never cared greatly". "Men who march away" (Song of the soldiers) --
His country --
England to Germany in 1914 --
On the Belgian expatriation --
An appeal to America on behalf on the Belgian destitute --
The pity of it --
In time of wars and tumults --
In time of "The breaking of nations" --
Cry of the homeless --
Before marching and after --
"Often when warring" --
Then and now --
A call to national service --
The dead and the living one --
A New Year's eve in war time --
"I met a man" --
"I looked up from my writing" --
The coming of the end --
Afterwards. Apology --
Weathers --
The maid of Keinton Mandeville --
Summer schemes --
Epeisodia --
Faintheart in the railway train --
At moonrise and onwards --
The garden seat --
Barthelemon at Vauxhall --
"I sometimes think" --
Jezreel --
A jog-trot pair --
"The curtains now are drawn" --
"According to the mighty working" --
"I was not he" --
The west-of-Wessex girl --
Welcome home --
Going and staying --
Read by moonlight --
At a house in Hampstead --
A woman's fancy --
Her song --
A wet August --
The dissemblers --
To a lady playing and singing in the morning --
"A man was drawing near to me" --
The strange house --
"As 'twere to-night" --
The contretemps --
A gentleman's epitaph on himself and a lady --
The old gown --
A night in November --
A duettist to her pianoforte --
"Where three roads joined" --
"And there was a great calm" --
Haunting fingers --
The woman I met --
"If it's ever spring again" --
The two houses --
On Stinsford hill at midnight --
The fallow deer at the lonely house --
The selfsame song --
The wanderer --
A wife comes back --
A young man's exhortation. At Lulworth Cove a century back --
A bygone occasion --
Two serenades --
The wedding morning --
End of the year 1912 --
The chimes play "life's a bumper!" --
"I worked no wile to meet you" --
At the railway station, Upway --
Side by side --
Dream of the city shopwoman --
A maiden's pledge --
The child and the sage --
Mismet --
An autumn rain-scene --
Meditations on a holiday --
An experience --
The beauty --
The collector cleans his picture --
The wood fire --
Saying goodbye --
On the tune called the old-hundred-and-fourth --
The opportunity --
Evelyn G. of Christminster --
The rift --
Voices from things growing in a churchyard --
On the way --
"She did not turn" --
Growth in May --
The children and Sir Nameless --
At the Royal Academy --
Her temple --
A two-years' idyll --
By Henstridge Cross at the year's end --
Penance --
"I look in her face" --
After the war --
"If you had known" --
The chapel-organist --
Fetching her --
"Could I but will" --
She revisits alone the church of her marriage --
At the entering of the new year --
They would not come --
After a romantic day --
The two wives. "I knew a lady" --
A house with a history --
A procession of dead days --
He follows himself --
The singing woman --
Without, not within her --
"O I won't lead a homely life" --
In the small hours --
The little old table --
Vagg hollow --
The dream is-which? --
The country wedding --
First or last --
Lonely days --
"What did it mean?" --
At the dinner-table --
The marble tablet --
The master and the leaves --
Last words to a dumb friend --
A drizzling Easter morning --
On one who lived and died where he was born --
The second night --
She who saw not --
The old workman --
The sailor's mother --
Outside the casement --
The passer-by --
"I was the midmost" --
A sound in the night --
On a discovered curl of hair --
An old likeness --
Her apotheosis --
"Sacred to the memory" --
To a well-named dwelling --
The whipper-in --
A military appointment --
The milestone by the rabbit-burrow --
The lament of the looking-glass --
Cross-currents --
The old neighbour and the new --
The chosen --
The inscription --
The marble-streeted town --
A woman driving --
A woman's trust --
Best times --
The casual acquaintance. Intra sepulchrum --
The whitewashed wall --
Just the same --
The last time --
The seven times --
The sun's last look on the country girl --
In a London flat --
Drawing details in an old church --
Rake-hell muses --
The colour --
Murmurs in the gloom --
Epitaph --
An ancient to ancients --
After reading Psalms XXXIX, XL, etc. --
Surview. Waiting both --
A bird-scene at a rural dwelling --
"Any little old song" --
In a former resort after many years --
A cathedral facade at midnight --
The turnip-hoer --
The carrier --
Lover to mistress --
The monument-maker --
Circus-rider to ringmaster --
Last week in October --
Come not; yet come! --
The later autumn --
"Let me believe" --
At a fashionable dinner --
Green slates --
An east-end curate --
At rushy-pond --
Four in the morning --
On the esplande --
In St. Paul's a while ago --
Coming up Oxford Street: evening --
A last journey --
Singing lovers --
The month's calendar --
A spellbound palace --
When dead --
Sine prole --
Ten years since --
Every Artemisia --
The best she could --
The graveyard of dead creeds --
"There seemed a strangeness" --
A night of questionings --
Xenophanes, the monist of Colophon --
Life and death at sunrise --
Night-time in mid-fall --
A sheep fair --
Snow in the suburbs --
A light snow-fall after frost --
Winter night in woodland --
Ice on the highway --
Music in a snowy street --
The frozen greenhouse --
Two lips --
No buyers --
One who married above him. The new toy --
Queen Caroline to her guests --
Plena timoris --
The weary walker --
Last love-word --
Nobody comes --
In the street --
The last leaf --
At Wynyard's gap --
At Shag's heath --
A second attempt --
"Freed the fret of thinking" --
The absolute explains --
"So, time" --
An inquiry --
The faithful swallow --
In Sherborne Abbey --
The pair he saw pass --
The mock wife --
The fight on Durnover Moor --
Last look round St. Martin's fair --
The caricature --
A leader of fashion --
Midnight on Beechen, 187- --
The aerolite --
The prospect --
Genitrix Laesa --
The fading rose --
When oats were reaped --
Louie --
"She opened the door" --
"What's there to tell?" --
The harbour bridge --
Vagrant's song --
Farmer Dunman's funeral --
The sexton at Longpuddle --
The harvest-supper --
At a pause in a country dance --
On the portrait of a woman about to be hanged --
The church and the wedding --
The shiver --
"Not only I" --
She saw him, she said --
Once at swanage --
The flower's tragedy --
At the aquatic sports --
A watcher's regret --
Horses aboard --
The history of an hour --
The missed train. Under High-stoy Hill --
At the mill --
Alike and unalike --
The thing unplanned --
The sheep-boy --
Retty's phases --
A poor man and a lady --
An expostulation --
To a sea-cliff --
The echo-elf answers --
Cynic's epitaph --
A beauty's soliloquy during her honeymoon --
Donaghadee --
He inadvertently cures his love-pains --
The peace peal --
Lady Vi --
A popular personage at home --
Inscriptions for a peal of eight bells --
A refusal --
Epitaph on a pessimist --
The protean maiden --
A watering-place lady inventoried --
The sea fight --
Paradox --
The rover come home --
"Known had I" --
The pat of butter --
Bags of meat --
The sundial on a wet day --
Her haunting-ground --
A parting-scene --
Shortening days at the homestead --
Days to recollect --
To C. F. H. --
The high-school lawn --
The forbidden banns --
The paphian ball --
On Martock Moor --
That moment --
Premonitions --
This summer and last --
"Nothing matters much" --
In the evening --
The six boards --
Before my friend arrived --
Compassion: an ode --
"Why she moved house" --
Tragedian to tragedienne --
The lady of forboding --
The bird-catcher's boy --
A hurried meeting --
Discouragement --
A leaving --
Song to an old burden --
"Why do I?". The new dawn's bus --
Proud songsters --
Thoughts at midnight --
"I am the one" --
The prophetess --
A wish for unconsciousness --
The bad example --
To Louisa in the lane --
Love watches a window --
The love-letters --
An unkindly May --
Unkept good Fridays --
The mound --
Liddell and Scott --
Christmastide --
Reluctant confessions --
Expectation and experience --
Aristodemus the Messenian --
Evening shadows --
The three tall men --
The lodging-house fuchsias --
The whaler's wife --
Throwing a tree --
The war-wife of Catknoll --
Concerning his old home --
Her second husband hears her story --
Yuletide in a younger world --
After the death of a friend --
The son's portrait --
Lying awake --
The lady in the furs --
Childhood among the ferns --
A countenance --
A poet's thought --
Silences --
"I watched a blackbird" --
A nightmare, and the next thing --
To a tree in London --
The felled elm and she --
He did not know me --
So various --
A self-glamourer --
The dead bastard --
The clasped skeletons --
In the marquee --
After the burial --
The mongrel --
Concerning Agnes --
Henley Regatta. An evening in Galilee --
The brother --
We field-women --
A practical woman --
Squire Hooper --
"A gentleman's second-hand suit" --
"We say we shall not meet" --
Seeing the moon rise --
Song to Aurore --
He never expected much --
Standing by the mantelpiece --
Boys then and now --
That kiss in the dark --
A necessitarian's epitaph --
Burning the holly --
Suspense --
The second visit --
Our old friend dualism --
Faithful Wilson --
Gallant's song --
A philosophical fantasy --
A question of marriage --
The letter's triumph --
A forgotten miniature --
Whispered at the church-opening --
In Weatherbury stocks --
A placid man's epitaph --
The new boots --
The musing maiden --
Lorna the second --
A daughter returns --
The third kissing-gate --
Drinking song --
The tarrying bridegroom --
The destined pair --
A musical incident --
June leaves and autumn --
No bell-ringing --
"I looked back". The aged newspaper soliloquizes --
Christmas: 1924 --
The single witness --
How she went to Ireland --
Dead "Wessex" the dog to the household --
The woman who went east --
Not known --
The boy's dream --
The gap in the white --
Family portraits --
The catching ballet of the wedding clothes --
A winsome woman --
The ballad of love's skeleton --
A private man on public men --
Christmas in the Elgin Room --
"We are getting to the end" --
He resolves to say no more.

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   schema:description ""I knew a lady" -- A house with a history -- A procession of dead days -- He follows himself -- The singing woman -- Without, not within her -- "O I won't lead a homely life" -- In the small hours -- The little old table -- Vagg hollow -- The dream is-which? -- The country wedding -- First or last -- Lonely days -- "What did it mean?" -- At the dinner-table -- The marble tablet -- The master and the leaves -- Last words to a dumb friend -- A drizzling Easter morning -- On one who lived and died where he was born -- The second night -- She who saw not -- The old workman -- The sailor's mother -- Outside the casement -- The passer-by -- "I was the midmost" -- A sound in the night -- On a discovered curl of hair -- An old likeness -- Her apotheosis -- "Sacred to the memory" -- To a well-named dwelling -- The whipper-in -- A military appointment -- The milestone by the rabbit-burrow -- The lament of the looking-glass -- Cross-currents -- The old neighbour and the new -- The chosen -- The inscription -- The marble-streeted town -- A woman driving -- A woman's trust -- Best times -- The casual acquaintance."@en ;
   schema:description ""I said and sang her excellence" -- A January night, 1879 -- A kiss -- The announcement -- The oxen -- The tresses -- The photograph -- On a heath -- An anniversary -- "By the runic stone" -- The pink frock -- Transformations -- In her precincts -- The last signal -- The house of silence -- Great things -- The chimes -- The figure in the scene -- "Why did I sketch" -- Conjecture -- The blow -- Love the monopolist -- At middle-field gate in February -- The youth who carried a light -- The head above the fog -- Overlooking the river Stour -- The musical box -- On Sturminster foot-bridge -- Royal sponsors -- Old furniture -- A thought in two moods -- The last performance -- "You on the tower" -- The interloper -- Logs on the hearth -- The sunshade -- The ageing house -- The caged goldfinch -- At madame Tussaud's in Victorian years -- The ballet -- The five students -- The wind's prophecy -- During wind and rain -- He prefers her earthly -- The dolls -- Molly gone -- A backward spring -- Looking across -- At a seaside town in 1869 -- The glimpse -- The pedestrian."@en ;
   schema:description "The new dawn's bus -- Proud songsters -- Thoughts at midnight -- "I am the one" -- The prophetess -- A wish for unconsciousness -- The bad example -- To Louisa in the lane -- Love watches a window -- The love-letters -- An unkindly May -- Unkept good Fridays -- The mound -- Liddell and Scott -- Christmastide -- Reluctant confessions -- Expectation and experience -- Aristodemus the Messenian -- Evening shadows -- The three tall men -- The lodging-house fuchsias -- The whaler's wife -- Throwing a tree -- The war-wife of Catknoll -- Concerning his old home -- Her second husband hears her story -- Yuletide in a younger world -- After the death of a friend -- The son's portrait -- Lying awake -- The lady in the furs -- Childhood among the ferns -- A countenance -- A poet's thought -- Silences -- "I watched a blackbird" -- A nightmare, and the next thing -- To a tree in London -- The felled elm and she -- He did not know me -- So various -- A self-glamourer -- The dead bastard -- The clasped skeletons -- In the marquee -- After the burial -- The mongrel -- Concerning Agnes -- Henley Regatta."@en ;
   schema:description "The aged newspaper soliloquizes -- Christmas: 1924 -- The single witness -- How she went to Ireland -- Dead "Wessex" the dog to the household -- The woman who went east -- Not known -- The boy's dream -- The gap in the white -- Family portraits -- The catching ballet of the wedding clothes -- A winsome woman -- The ballad of love's skeleton -- A private man on public men -- Christmas in the Elgin Room -- "We are getting to the end" -- He resolves to say no more."@en ;
   schema:description "In front of the landscape -- Channel firing -- The convergence of the twain -- The ghost of the past -- After the visit -- To meet, or otherwise -- The difference -- The sun on the bookcase -- "When I set out for Lyonnesse" -- A thunderstorm in town -- Beyond the last lamp -- The face at the casement -- Lost love -- "My spirit will not haunt the mound" -- Wessex heights -- In death divided -- The place on the map -- The Schreckhorn -- A singer asleep -- A plaint to man -- God's funeral -- Spectres that grieve -- "Ah, are you digging on my grave?" -- Self-unconscious -- The discovery -- Tolerance -- Before and after summer -- At day-close in November -- The year's awakening -- Under the waterfall -- The going -- Your last drive -- The walk -- Rain on a grave -- "I found her out there" -- Without ceremony -- Lament -- The haunter -- The voice -- His visitor -- A circular -- A dream or no -- After a journey -- A death-day recalled -- Beeny cliff -- At Castle Boterel -- Places -- The phantom horsewoman -- The spell of the rose -- St. Launce's revisited -- Where the picnic was."@en ;
   schema:description "Intra sepulchrum -- The whitewashed wall -- Just the same -- The last time -- The seven times -- The sun's last look on the country girl -- In a London flat -- Drawing details in an old church -- Rake-hell muses -- The colour -- Murmurs in the gloom -- Epitaph -- An ancient to ancients -- After reading Psalms XXXIX, XL, etc. -- Surview."@en ;
   schema:description "Apology -- Weathers -- The maid of Keinton Mandeville -- Summer schemes -- Epeisodia -- Faintheart in the railway train -- At moonrise and onwards -- The garden seat -- Barthelemon at Vauxhall -- "I sometimes think" -- Jezreel -- A jog-trot pair -- "The curtains now are drawn" -- "According to the mighty working" -- "I was not he" -- The west-of-Wessex girl -- Welcome home -- Going and staying -- Read by moonlight -- At a house in Hampstead -- A woman's fancy -- Her song -- A wet August -- The dissemblers -- To a lady playing and singing in the morning -- "A man was drawing near to me" -- The strange house -- "As 'twere to-night" -- The contretemps -- A gentleman's epitaph on himself and a lady -- The old gown -- A night in November -- A duettist to her pianoforte -- "Where three roads joined" -- "And there was a great calm" -- Haunting fingers -- The woman I met -- "If it's ever spring again" -- The two houses -- On Stinsford hill at midnight -- The fallow deer at the lonely house -- The selfsame song -- The wanderer -- A wife comes back -- A young man's exhortation."@en ;
   schema:description "Sapphic fragment -- Catullus: XXXI -- After Schiller -- Song from Heine -- From Victor Hugo -- Cardinal Bembo's epitaph on Raphael -- "I have lived with shades" -- Memory and I -- The revisitation -- A trampwoman's tragedy -- The two Rosalinds -- A Sunday morning tragedy -- The house of hospitalities -- Bereft -- John and Jane -- The curate's kindness -- The flirt's tragedy -- The rejected member's wife -- The farm-woman's winter -- Autumn in King's Hintock Park -- Shut out that moon -- Reminiscences of a dancing man -- The dead man walking -- 1967 -- Her definition -- The division -- On the departure platform -- In a cathedral city -- "I say I'll seek her" -- Her father -- At waking -- Four footprints -- In the vaulted way -- In the mind's eye -- The end of the episode -- The sigh -- "In the night she came" -- The conformers -- The dawn after the dance -- The sun on the letter -- The night of the dance -- Misconception -- The voice of the thorn -- From her in the country -- Her confession -- To an impersonator of Rosalind -- To an actress -- The minute before meeting -- He abjures love."@en ;
   schema:description "At Lulworth Cove a century back -- A bygone occasion -- Two serenades -- The wedding morning -- End of the year 1912 -- The chimes play "life's a bumper!" -- "I worked no wile to meet you" -- At the railway station, Upway -- Side by side -- Dream of the city shopwoman -- A maiden's pledge -- The child and the sage -- Mismet -- An autumn rain-scene -- Meditations on a holiday -- An experience -- The beauty -- The collector cleans his picture -- The wood fire -- Saying goodbye -- On the tune called the old-hundred-and-fourth -- The opportunity -- Evelyn G. of Christminster -- The rift -- Voices from things growing in a churchyard -- On the way -- "She did not turn" -- Growth in May -- The children and Sir Nameless -- At the Royal Academy -- Her temple -- A two-years' idyll -- By Henstridge Cross at the year's end -- Penance -- "I look in her face" -- After the war -- "If you had known" -- The chapel-organist -- Fetching her -- "Could I but will" -- She revisits alone the church of her marriage -- At the entering of the new year -- They would not come -- After a romantic day -- The two wives."@en ;
   schema:description "The temporary the all -- Amabel -- Hap -- "In vision I roamed" -- At a bridal -- Postponement -- A confession to a friend in trouble -- Neutral tones -- She at his funeral -- Her initials -- Her dilemma -- Revulsion -- She, to him, I -- She, to him, II -- She, to him, III -- She, to him, IV -- Ditty -- The sergeant's song -- Valenciennes -- San Sebastian -- The stranger's song -- The Burghers -- Leipzig -- The peasant's confession -- The alarm -- Her death and after -- The dance at the Phoenix -- The Casterbridge captains -- A sign-seeker -- My Cicely -- Her immortality -- The ivy-wife -- A meeting with despair -- Unknowing -- Friends beyond -- To outer nature -- Thoughts of Phena -- Middle-age enthusiasms -- In a wood -- To a lady -- To a motherless child -- Nature's questioning -- The impercipient -- At an inn -- The slow nature -- In a eweleaze near Weatherbury -- The bride-night fire -- Heiress and architect -- The two men -- Lines -- "I look into my glass"."@en ;
   schema:description "Let me enjoy -- The ballad singer -- Former beauties -- After the club dance -- The market-girl -- The inquiry -- A wife waits -- After the fair -- The dark-eyed gentleman -- To Carrey Clavel -- The orphaned old maid -- The spring call -- Julie-Jane -- News for her mother -- The fiddler -- The husband's view -- Rose-Ann -- The homecoming -- A church romance -- The rash bride -- The dead quire -- The Christening -- A dream question -- By the barrows -- A wife and mother -- The Roman Road -- The vampirine fair -- The reminder -- The rambler -- Night in the old home -- After the last breath -- In childbed -- The pine planters -- The dear -- One we knew -- She hears the storm -- A wet night -- Before life and after -- New Year's Eve -- God's education -- To sincerity -- Panthera -- The unborn -- The man he killed -- Geographical knowledge -- One Ralph Blossom soliloquizes -- The noble lady's tale -- Unrealized -- Wagtail and baby -- Aberdeen: 1905 -- George Meredith, 1828-1909 -- Yell'ham-wood's story -- A young man's epigram on existence."@en ;
   schema:description ""Men who march away" (Song of the soldiers) -- His country -- England to Germany in 1914 -- On the Belgian expatriation -- An appeal to America on behalf on the Belgian destitute -- The pity of it -- In time of wars and tumults -- In time of "The breaking of nations" -- Cry of the homeless -- Before marching and after -- "Often when warring" -- Then and now -- A call to national service -- The dead and the living one -- A New Year's eve in war time -- "I met a man" -- "I looked up from my writing" -- The coming of the end -- Afterwards."@en ;
   schema:description "Moments of vision -- The voice of things -- "Why be at pains?" -- "We sat at the window" -- Afternoon service at Mellstock -- At the wicket-gate -- In a museum -- Apostrophe to an old Psalm tune -- At the word "farewell" -- First sight of her and after -- The rival -- Heredity -- "You were the sort that men forget" -- She, I, and they -- Near Lanivet, 1872 -- Joys of memory -- To the moon -- Copying architecture in an old minster -- To Shakespeare -- Quid hic agis? -- On a midsummer eve -- Timing her -- Before knowledge -- The blinded bird -- "The wind blew words" -- The faded face -- The riddle -- The duel -- At Mayfair lodgings -- To my father's violin -- The Statue of Liberty -- The background and the figure -- The change -- Sitting on the bridge -- The young churchwarden -- "I travel as a phantom now" -- Lines to a movement in Mozarts' E-flat symphony -- "In the seventies" -- The pedigree -- His heart. A woman's dream -- Where they lived -- The occulation -- Life laughs onward -- The peace-offering -- "Something tapped" -- The wound -- A merrymaking in question."@en ;
   schema:description "Under High-stoy Hill -- At the mill -- Alike and unalike -- The thing unplanned -- The sheep-boy -- Retty's phases -- A poor man and a lady -- An expostulation -- To a sea-cliff -- The echo-elf answers -- Cynic's epitaph -- A beauty's soliloquy during her honeymoon -- Donaghadee -- He inadvertently cures his love-pains -- The peace peal -- Lady Vi -- A popular personage at home -- Inscriptions for a peal of eight bells -- A refusal -- Epitaph on a pessimist -- The protean maiden -- A watering-place lady inventoried -- The sea fight -- Paradox -- The rover come home -- "Known had I" -- The pat of butter -- Bags of meat -- The sundial on a wet day -- Her haunting-ground -- A parting-scene -- Shortening days at the homestead -- Days to recollect -- To C. F. H. -- The high-school lawn -- The forbidden banns -- The paphian ball -- On Martock Moor -- That moment -- Premonitions -- This summer and last -- "Nothing matters much" -- In the evening -- The six boards -- Before my friend arrived -- Compassion: an ode -- "Why she moved house" -- Tragedian to tragedienne -- The lady of forboding -- The bird-catcher's boy -- A hurried meeting -- Discouragement -- A leaving -- Song to an old burden -- "Why do I?"."@en ;
   schema:description "The wistful lady -- The woman in the rye -- The cheval-glass -- The re-enactment -- Her secret -- "She charged me" -- The newcomer's wife -- A conversation at dawn -- A king's soliloquy -- The coronation -- Aquae sulis -- Seventy-four and twenty -- The elopement -- "I rose up as my custom is" -- A week -- Had you wept -- Bereft, she thinks she dreams -- In the British Museum -- In the servants' quarters -- The obliterate tomb -- "Regret not me" -- The recalcitrants -- Starlings on the roof -- The moon looks in -- The sweet hussy -- The telegram -- The moth-signal -- Seen by the waits -- The two soldiers -- The death of regret -- In the days of crinoline -- The Roman gravemounds -- The workbox -- The sacrilege -- The abbey mason -- The jubilee of a magazine -- The satin shoes -- Exeunt omnes -- A poet -- At tea -- In church -- By her aunt's grave -- In the room of the bride-elect -- At a watering-place -- In the cemetery -- Outside the window -- In the study -- At the altar-rail -- In the nuptial chamber -- In the restaurant -- At the draper's -- On the death-bed -- Over the coffin -- In the moonlight."@en ;
   schema:description "Waiting both -- A bird-scene at a rural dwelling -- "Any little old song" -- In a former resort after many years -- A cathedral facade at midnight -- The turnip-hoer -- The carrier -- Lover to mistress -- The monument-maker -- Circus-rider to ringmaster -- Last week in October -- Come not; yet come! -- The later autumn -- "Let me believe" -- At a fashionable dinner -- Green slates -- An east-end curate -- At rushy-pond -- Four in the morning -- On the esplande -- In St. Paul's a while ago -- Coming up Oxford Street: evening -- A last journey -- Singing lovers -- The month's calendar -- A spellbound palace -- When dead -- Sine prole -- Ten years since -- Every Artemisia -- The best she could -- The graveyard of dead creeds -- "There seemed a strangeness" -- A night of questionings -- Xenophanes, the monist of Colophon -- Life and death at sunrise -- Night-time in mid-fall -- A sheep fair -- Snow in the suburbs -- A light snow-fall after frost -- Winter night in woodland -- Ice on the highway -- Music in a snowy street -- The frozen greenhouse -- Two lips -- No buyers -- One who married above him."@en ;
   schema:description "The well-beloved -- Her reproach -- The inconsistent -- A broken appointment -- "Between us now" -- "How great my grief" -- "I need not go" -- The coquette, and after -- A spot -- Long plighted -- The widow betrothed -- At aforce login hasty wedding -- The dream-flower -- His immortality -- The to-be-forgotten -- Wives in the sere -- The superseded -- An August midnight -- The caged thrush freed and home again -- Birds at winter nightfall -- The puzzled game-birds -- Wither in Durnover Field -- The last chrysanthemum -- The darkling thrush -- The comet a Yell'ham -- Mad Judy -- A wasted illness -- A man -- The Dame of Athelhall -- The seasons of her year -- The milkmaid -- The levelled churchyard -- The ruined maid -- The respectable Burgher on "the higher criticism" -- Architectural masks -- The tenant-for-life -- The king's experiment -- The tree: an old man's story -- Her late husband -- The self-unseeing -- In tenebris I -- In tenebris II -- In tenebris III -- The church-builder -- The lost pyx: a mediaeval legend -- Tess's lament -- The supplanter: a tale."@en ;
   schema:description "Embarcation -- Departure -- The Colonel's soliloquy -- The going of the battery -- At the war office -- A Christmas ghost-story -- Drummer Hodge -- A wife in London -- The souls of the slain -- Song of the soldiers' wives and sweethearts -- The sick battle-god -- Genoa and the Mediterranean -- Shelley's skylark -- In the old theatre, Fiesole -- Rome: on the Palatine -- Rome: building a new street in the Ancient Quarter -- Rome: The Vatican: Sala Delle Muse -- Rome: at the pyramid of Cestius: near the graves of Shelley and Keats -- Lausanne: in Gibbon's old garden -- Zermatt: to the Matterhorn -- The bridge of Lodi -- On an invitation to the United States -- The mother mourns -- "I said to love" -- A commonplace day -- At a lunar eclipse -- The lacking sense -- To life -- Doom and she -- The problem -- The subalterns -- The sleep-worker -- The bullfunches -- God-forgotten -- The bedridden peasant to an unknowing God -- By the Earth's corpse -- Mute opinion -- To an unborn pauper child -- To flowers from Italy in winter -- On a fine morning -- To Lizbie Browne -- Song of hope."@en ;
   schema:description ""Who's in the next room?" -- At a country fair -- The memorial brass: 186- -- Her love-birds -- Paying calls -- The upper birch-leaves -- "It never looks like summer" -- Everything comes -- The man with a past -- He fears his good fortune -- He wonders about himself -- Jubilate -- He revisits his first school -- "I thought, my heart" -- Fragment -- Midnight on the great western -- Honeymoon time at an inn -- The robin -- "I rose and went to Rou'tor Town" -- The nettles -- In a waiting-room -- The clock-winder -- Old excursions -- The masked face -- In a whispering gallery -- The something that saved him -- The enemy's portrait -- Imaginings -- On the doorstep -- Signs and tokens -- Paths of former time -- The clock of the years -- At the piano -- The shadow on the stone -- In the garden -- The tree and the lady -- An upbraiding -- The young glass-stainer -- Looking at a picture on an anniversary -- The choirmaster's burial -- The man who forgot -- While drawing in a churchyard -- "For life I had never cared greatly"."@en ;
   schema:description "An evening in Galilee -- The brother -- We field-women -- A practical woman -- Squire Hooper -- "A gentleman's second-hand suit" -- "We say we shall not meet" -- Seeing the moon rise -- Song to Aurore -- He never expected much -- Standing by the mantelpiece -- Boys then and now -- That kiss in the dark -- A necessitarian's epitaph -- Burning the holly -- Suspense -- The second visit -- Our old friend dualism -- Faithful Wilson -- Gallant's song -- A philosophical fantasy -- A question of marriage -- The letter's triumph -- A forgotten miniature -- Whispered at the church-opening -- In Weatherbury stocks -- A placid man's epitaph -- The new boots -- The musing maiden -- Lorna the second -- A daughter returns -- The third kissing-gate -- Drinking song -- The tarrying bridegroom -- The destined pair -- A musical incident -- June leaves and autumn -- No bell-ringing -- "I looked back"."@en ;
   schema:description "The new toy -- Queen Caroline to her guests -- Plena timoris -- The weary walker -- Last love-word -- Nobody comes -- In the street -- The last leaf -- At Wynyard's gap -- At Shag's heath -- A second attempt -- "Freed the fret of thinking" -- The absolute explains -- "So, time" -- An inquiry -- The faithful swallow -- In Sherborne Abbey -- The pair he saw pass -- The mock wife -- The fight on Durnover Moor -- Last look round St. Martin's fair -- The caricature -- A leader of fashion -- Midnight on Beechen, 187- -- The aerolite -- The prospect -- Genitrix Laesa -- The fading rose -- When oats were reaped -- Louie -- "She opened the door" -- "What's there to tell?" -- The harbour bridge -- Vagrant's song -- Farmer Dunman's funeral -- The sexton at Longpuddle -- The harvest-supper -- At a pause in a country dance -- On the portrait of a woman about to be hanged -- The church and the wedding -- The shiver -- "Not only I" -- She saw him, she said -- Once at swanage -- The flower's tragedy -- At the aquatic sports -- A watcher's regret -- Horses aboard -- The history of an hour -- The missed train."@en ;
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