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POEMS TO BE INCLUDED IN AN ENGLISH ANTHOLOGY.

1. Robert Browning: Rabbi ben Ezra.
2. Robert Browning: Prospice.
3. Robert Browning: Apparent Failure. (?).
4. Joseph Blanco White: To Night.
5. John Keats: Ode to a Nightingale.
6. John Keats: Ode to a Grecian Urn.
7. John Keats: Ode to Psyche.
8. John Keats: La Belle Dame sans Merci.
9. Anonymous (Scotch): The Twa Corbies. (Palgrave).
10. A. C. Swinburne: “Before the beginning of years...”
11. A. C. Swinburne: Itylus. (?)
12. Lord Tennyson: “Break, break, break...”
13. Lord Tennyson: The Poet’s Song.
14. Percy Bysshe Shelley: Spirit’s song to Asia.
15. William Wordsworth: Intimations of Immortality.
16. S. T. Coleridge: Kubla Khan.
17. S. T. Coleridge: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. (??)
18. J. Norris (of Bemerton): To Darkness.
19. Colonel Lovelace: To Anthea from Prison.
20. Colonel Lovelace: To Lucasta on going to the Wars.
21. Thomas Gray: Elegy in a Country Churchyard.
22. Matthew Arnold: The Forsaken Merman. (?)
23. C. G. Rossetti: “When I am dead, my dearest...”
24. Thomas Chatterton: Song from “Aella”.
25. R. L. Stevenson: Epitaph.
26. Anonymous (Scotch):The Forsaken Bride. (Palgrave).
27. Anonymous: “Love me not for comely face...”
28. Edgar Allan Poe: The Raven.
29. Edgar Allan Poe: Israfel.
30. Edgar Allan Poe: The City in the Sea.
31. Walt Whitman: By the City Dead-House.
32. Walt Whitman: “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed...”
33. Thomas Hood: The Bridge of Sighs.
34. Thomas Hood: “I remember, I remember...”
35. William Cowper: The Castaway.
36. Arthur Hugh Clough: “Say not the struggle...”
37. W. W. Henley: To R. H. T. B. (?)
38. Robert Herrick: “Gather ye rosebuds...”
39. Robert Herrick: “To Anthea...
40. Ben Jonson: To Celia.
41. Lady Nairne: The Land of’ the Leal.
42. Percy Bysshe Shelley: Ode to the West Wind.
43. Percy Bysshe Shelley: Ode to a Skylark.
44. James Shirley: “The glories of our blood and state...”
45. James Shirley: “Victorious men of earth...”
46. Edmund Waller: “Go, lovely rose...”
47. William Wordsworth: The Solitary Reaper.
48. Michael Drayton: “Since there’s no help...” (sonnet).
49. John Keats: Ode to Melancholy.
50. William Wordsworth: To the Cuckoo.
51. William Wordsworth: Buonaparte (sonnet).
52. William Wordsworth: On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic (sonnet)
53. William Wordsworth: France and England: September, 1802. (sonnet)
54. William Wordsworth: Great Men. (sonnet).
55. William Wordsworth: Toussaint L’Ouverture. (sonnet).
56. William Wordsworth: A Beautiful Picture. (sonnet).
57. William Wordsworth: The Ship (sonnet).
58. William Wordsworth: Woodland Walks. (sonnet).
59. William Wordsworth: Personal Talk (four sonnets).
60. William Wordsworth: On Westminster Bridge (sonnet).
61. William Wordsworth: Milton (sonnet).
62. William Wordsworth: The World (sonnet).
63. Thomas Moore: “Believe me if all...”
64. Thomas Hood: Fair Ines (?)
65. Lord Byron: The Isles of Greece.
66. Lord Byron: Darkness (?).
67. Lord Byron: “When we two parted...” (?)
68. P. B. Shelley: The Sensitive Plant.
69. P. B. Shelley: “I arise from dreams of thee...”
70. Thomas Campbell: Ye Mariners of England.
71. Thomas Campbell: The Battle of the Baltic.
72. Thomas Campbell: Hohenlinden (?).
73. John Keats: “In a drear-nighted December...”
74. Charles Kingsley: The Sands of Dee (?)
75. Charles Kingsley: Three Fishers (?)
76. Charles Mackay: The Lost Day (?)
77. J. G. Whittier: Maud Muller.
78. Joseph Rodman Drake: The American Flag, (?)
79. Matthew Arnold: The Scholar Gipsy. (?)
80. Matthew Arnold: The Buried Life (?)
81. P. B. Shelley: To Night.
82. Robert Southey: Love (?) (?)
83. Robert Southey: The Battle of Blenheim (?)
84. Hartley Coleridge: The Birth of Speech. (?)
85. Aubrey de Vere (the Younger):The Sun-God (sonnet) (?)
86. D. G. Rossetti: A Venetian Pastoral (sonnet)
87. A. C. Swinburne: Persecution of the Jews (sonnet)
88. John Milton: At the Age of Twenty-three (sonnet) (?)
89. John Milton: To the Lord General Cromwell. (sonnet) (?)
90. John Milton: On the Massacre in Piemont (sonnet)
91. John Milton: On His Blindness (sonnet)
92. John Milton: To Cyriac Skinner (sonnet)
93. John Milton: L’Allegro.
94. John Milton: Il Penseroso.
95. John Milton: Ode on the Morning of Christ’s Nativity. (?)
96. John Milton: Lycidas.
97. H. Vaughan: Friends in Paradise.
98. H. Vaughan: The Retreat.
99. H. Vaughan:
100. William Habington: Nox Nocti Indicat Scientiam.

Lista datilografada.

  • Nomes

    • Alfred Tennyson
    • Algernon Charles Swinburne
    • Arthur Hugh Clough
    • Aubrey de Vere
    • Ben Jonson
    • Carolina Nairne
    • Charles Kingsley
    • Charles Mackay
    • Colonel Lovelace
    • Dante Gabriel Rossetti
    • Edgar Allan Poe
    • Edmund Waller
    • Hartley Coleridge
    • Henry Vaughan
    • James Shirley
    • John Greenleaf Whittier
    • John Keats
    • John Milton
    • John Norris
    • Joseph Blanco White
    • Joseph Rodman Drake
    • Lord Byron
    • Matthew Arnold
    • Michael Drayton
    • Percy Bysshe Shelley
    • Robert Browning
    • Robert Herrick
    • Robert Louis Stevenson
    • Robert Southey
    • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
    • Thomas Campbell
    • Thomas Chatterton
    • Thomas Gray
    • Thomas Hood
    • Thomas Moore
    • Walt Whitman
    • William Cowper
    • William Habington
    • William Henley
    • William Wordsworth

    Títulos

    • A Venetian Pastoral
    • At the Age of Twenty-three
    • “Before the beginning of years...”
    • Break, break, break
    • Darkness
    • Elegy in a Country Churchyard
    • Epitaph
    • Fair Ines
    • Go, lovely rose
    • Hohenlinden
    • I remember, I remember
    • Il Penseroso
    • “In a drear-nighted December...”
    • Intimations of Immortality
    • Israfel
    • Itylus
    • Kubla Khan
    • “Love me not for comely face...”
    • Lycidas
    • L’Allegro
    • Maud Muller
    • Nox Nocti Indicat Scientiam
    • Ode on the Morning of Christ’s Nativity
    • Ode to Melancholy
    • Ode to Psyche
    • Ode to a Grecian Urn
    • Ode to a Nightingale
    • Ode to a Skylark
    • Ode to the West Wind
    • On the Massacre in Piemont (sonnet)
    • On His Blindness (sonnet)
    • On Westminster Bridge (sonnet)
    • Personal Talk
    • Prospice
    • Rabbi ben Ezra
    • Say not the struggle
    • Since there’s no help...” (sonnet)
    • Song from “Aella
    • The Isles of Greece
    • The Land o’ the Leal
    • The Retreat
    • The American Flag
    • The Battle of Blenheim
    • The Battle of the Baltic
    • The Birth of Speech
    • The Bridge of Sighs
    • The Buried Life
    • The Castaway
    • The City in the Sea
    • The Forsaken Bride
    • The Forsaken Merman
    • The Poet’s Song
    • The Raven
    • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
    • The Sands of Dee
    • The Scholar Gipsy
    • The Sensitive Plant
    • The Sun-God
    • The Twa Corbies
    • The glories of our blood and state
    • Three Fishers
    • To Cyriac Skinner (sonnet)
    • To the Lord General Cromwell
    • To Anthea from Prison
    • To Celia
    • To Lucasta on going to the Wars
    • To Night
    • To Night
    • To the Cuckoo
    • Toussaint L’Ouverture
    • Victorious men of earth
    • “When I am dead, my dearest...”
    • When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed
    • When we two parted
    • Ye Mariners of England
    • the City Dead-House