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Shelley

The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley - v.1

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
List of Illustrations
xi
Acknowledgments xiii
Editorial Overview xix
Abbreviations xli
TEXTS
Original Poetry:
3(36)
Victor
Cazire
Letter [1] (``Here I sit with my paper, my pen and my ink``)
7(2)
Letter [2] (To Miss----- ----- From Miss ----- -----)
9(2)
(``Cold, cold is the blast when December is howling``)
11(2)
(``Come -----! sweet is the hour``)
13(1)
Despair.
14(1)
Sorrow.
15(1)
Hope.
16(1)
Translated from the Italian
17(1)
Translated from the German
18(1)
The Irishman`s Song
18(1)
(``Fierce roars the midnight storm``)
19(1)
To -----(``Ah! sweet is the moonbeam that sleeps on yon fountain``)
20(1)
To-----(``Stern, stern is the voice of fate`s fearfull command``)
21(1)
Saint Edmond`s Eve.
22(6)
Revenge.
28(2)
Ghasta; or, The Avenging Demon!!!
30(7)
Fragment, or The Triumph of Conscience
37(2)
The Wandering Jew; or, The Victim of the Eternal Avenger
39(50)
Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson; Being Poems Found Amongst the Papers of that Noted Female who Attempted the Life of the King in 1786. Edited
89(16)
John Fitzvictor
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92(1)
``Ambition, power, and avarie, now have hurl`d``
93(2)
Fragment. Supposed to be an Epithalamium of Francis Ravaillac and Charlotte Corde
95(4)
Despair
99(1)
Fragment. (``Yes! all is past---swift time has fled away``)
100(1)
The Spectral Horseman
101(1)
Melody to a Scene of Former Times
102(3)
Poems from St. Iruyne; or, The Rosicrucian: A Romance
105(14)
`` `T was dead of the night, when I sat in my dwelling``
109(1)
``Ghosts of the dead! have I not heard your yelling``
110(1)
Ballad. (``The death-bell beats!-----``)
111(3)
(``How swiftly through heaven`s wide expanse``)
114(1)
(``How stern are the woes of the desolate mourner``)
115(1)
(``Ah! faint are her limbs, and her footstep is weary``)
116(3)
The Devil`s Walk
119(12)
The Devil`s Walk, a Ballad.
123(5)
Supplement: Letter Version of the Devil`s Walk
128(3)
Ten Early Poems (1809-1814)
131(18)
``A Cat in distress``
135(1)
``How swiftly through Heaven`s wide expanse``
136(2)
``Oh wretched mortal, hard thy fate!``
138(1)
To Mary who died in this opinion
138(1)
``Why is it said thou canst but live``
139(1)
``As you will see I wrote to you`` [1st letter to E. F. Graham]
140(2)
``Dear dear dear dear dear dear Græme!`` [2nd letter to E. F. Graham]
142(2)
``Sweet star! which gleaming oer the darksome scene``
144(1)
``Bear witness Erin! when thine injured isle``
145(1)
``Thy dewy looks sink in my breast``
145(4)
COMMENTARIES
Original Poetry
149(40)
Victor
Cazire
The Wandering Jew; or, The Victim of the Eternal Avenger
189(46)
Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson
235(26)
Poems from St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian
261(20)
The Devil`s Walk
281(14)
Ten Early Poems (1809-1814)
295(38)
HISTORICAL COLLATIONS
Introduction
333(2)
Original Poetry
335(20)
Victor
Cazire
The Wandering Jew; or, The Victim of the Eternal Avenger
355(20)
Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nichlson
375(12)
Poems from St. Irvyne; or, the Rosicucian
387(16)
The Devil`s Walk
403(8)
Ten Early Poems (1809-1814)
411(76)
APPENDIXES
Introduction
433(2)
A. Latin School Exercises
435(3)
Epitaphium
435(2)
In Horologium
437(1)
B. Prose Treated as Poems
438(4)
``The Ocean rolls between us``
438(3)
``Oh Ireland!``
441(1)
C. Lost Works
442(11)
Satirical Poem on ``L`infame``
443(1)
Poetical Essay on the Existing State of Things
444(4)
On a Fete at Carlton House
448(3)
Essay on War
451(1)
God Save the King
452(1)
D. Dubia
453(16)
Poems in the Oxford University and City Herald
453(2)
Ode, to the Breath of Summer
455(1)
The Grape. From the Greek Anthologia
455(1)
Epigram, from the Greek Anthologia. (``We that were wont``)
456(1)
Translation of an Epigram of Vincent Bourne`s
457(1)
On Old Age, from the Greek Anthology
458(1)
Venus and the Muses, from the Same
458(1)
Unattributed Epigraphs to St. Iruyne
458(2)
Sadak the Wanderer. A Fragment
460(9)
E. Misattributions
469(18)
Epigraph: ``If Satan had never fallen``
469(1)
Lines, Addressed to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, on His Being Appointed Regent
469(9)
The Modern Minerva; or, the Bat`s Seminary for Young Ladies. A Satire on Female Education.
478(2)
Queen Mab
Anecdotes of Father Murdo
480(2)
To the Queen of My Heart
482(5)
Index of Titles 487(4)
Index of First Lines 491
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