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The New Oxford book of romantic period verse, edited by Jerome J. McGann

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The New Oxford book of romantic period verse
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The New Oxford book of romantic period verse
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edited by Jerome J. McGann
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.N48 1993
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  • English poetry
  • English poetry
  • Romanticism
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The New Oxford book of romantic period verse, edited by Jerome J. McGann
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1785: Jones, Sir William. A hymn to Na'ra'yena -- Merry, Robert ('Della Crusca'). Madness -- Parsons, William. Medoro's inscription book XXIII -- Yearsley, Ann. Soliloquy. 1786: Burns, Robert. Address to the deil/Halloween/The cotter's Saturday night/To a louse/Song ['It was upon a Lammas night']. -- Jones, Sir. William. A hymn to Indra. 1787: Merry, Robert. ('Della Crusca'). The adieu and recall to love -- Cowley, Mrs. Hannah. ('Anna Matilda'). Invocation. To horror/To Della Crusca. The pen -- 1788: Ode to Della Crusca -- Merry, Robert. ('Della Crusca'). To Anna Matilda -- Andrews, Miles Peter. ('Arley'). Elegy on the death of Mr. Sterne -- Anonymous. Lady T_rc___l's ring. 1789: Darwin, Erasmus. from The loves of the plants -- Russell, Thomas. Sonnet to Valclusa/Sonnet suppos'd to be written at Lemnos -- Jones, Sir William. A hymn to Su'rya -- Bowles, William Lisle. Sonnet V -- Blake, William. from Songs of Innocence: Introduction/The lamb/The little black boy/The divine image/Holy Thursday/A dream/The little girl lost/The little girl found. 1790: Burns, Robert. John Anderson, my Jo -- Williams, Helen Maria. from An address to poetry -- Merry, Robert. ('Della Crusca'). from The laurel of liberty. A poem. 1791: Burns, Robert. Tam O'Shanter. A tale -- Robinson, Mary. ('Laura Maria'). Canzonet -- Radcliffe, Ann. Night -- Gifford, William. from The baviad -- Anonymous. The trumpet of liberty. 1792: Burns, Robert. Song ('Ae fond kiss'). 1793: Blake, William. The marriage of Heaven and Hell -- Anonymous. The humble petition of the British Jacobins to their brethren of France -- Anonymous. Translation of 'Pax bello potior' ... 1794: from Songs of experience: Introduction/Earth's answer/Holy Thursday/The sick rose/The fly/The tyger/My pretty rose tree/Ah! Sun-flower/The lilly/London/The human abstract/A poison tree/The [first] book of Urizen -- Anonymous. Hymn/Epigram -- Thelwall, John. Anacreontic -- Wolcot, John. ('Peter Pindar'). Hymn to the guillotine. 1795: Crowe, William. 'In evil hour, and with unhallow'd voice.' 1796: Burns, Robert. 'O my luve's like a red, red rose' -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Eolian harp -- Taylor, William. Ellenore -- Lewis, Matthew Gregory. The erl-king/Alonzo the Brave and the fair imagine. 1797: Southey, Robert. The widow -- Canning, George and Frere, John Hookham. Sapphics. 1798: Canning, George and Gifford, William. The progress of man -- Polwhele, Richard. from The unsex'd females -- Anonymous. The age of war -- Landor, Walter Savage. from Gebir -- Lamb, Charles. The old familiar faces -- Wordsworth, William. We are seven/Lines written in early spring/The idiot boy/Expostulation and reply/The tables turned/Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The rime of the ancyent marinere, in seven parts/Frost at midnight -- Jones, Sir William. from The Yarjurveda/A hymn to the night -- Burns, Robert. Love and liberty. A cantata -- Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. To Mr [S.T.] Coleridge -- Robinson, Mary. Modern female fashions. 1800: Modern male fashions -- Wordsworth, William. from Lyrical ballads (vol. ii): ['There was a boy"]/[Strange fits of passion I have known']/Song ['She dwelt among th' untrodden ways']/['A slumber did my spirit seal']/Lucy Gray/Nutting/A fragment/Michael, a pastoral poem. 1801: Burns, Robert. Holy Willie's prayer -- Anonymous. The bleeding nun -- Williams, Helen Maria. Sonnet VI. To the torrid zone -- Southey, Robert. from Thalaba the Destroyer -- Moore, Thomas. The kiss. 1802: Lamb, Mary. Helen -- Robinson, Mary. The camp -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Dejection. An ode. Written April 4, 1802 -- 1803: Cowper, William. The castaway -- Campbell, Thomas. Hohenlinden. 1804: Anonymous. To Bonaparte -- Blake, William. from Milton/from Jerusalem. 1805: Lees, Joseph. Jone o' Grinfilt -- Dacre, Charlotte. ('Rosa Matilda'). The female philosopher/The kiss/The power of love/Sappho; or, the resolve/Smile -- Tighe, Mary. from Psyche. 1806: Landor, Walter Savage. [Rose Aylmer]/Taylor, Jane. The star -- Roscoe, William. The butterfly's ball and the grasshopper's feast. 1807: Smith, Charlotte. from Beachy head/Owenson, Sydney, later Lady Morgan. Joy -- Wordsworth, William. from Poems, in two volumes: Ode to duty/Resolution and independence/Composed upon Westminster Bridge, Sept. 3, 1803/['The world is too much with us']/['It is a beauteous evening']/London, 1802/The solitary reaper/['My heart leaps out']/['I wandered lonely as a cloud']/To the cuckoo/Elegiac stanzas suggested by a picture of Peele Castle ... /Ode [Intimations of immortality]. 1808: Opie, Amelia. To a maniac -- Scott, Walter. from Marmion: Song ['Where shall the lover rest']. 1809: Beck, Revd Thomas. Sonnet to nothing -- Campbell, Thomas. Lord Ullin's daughter. 1810: Southey, Robert. from The curse of Kehama -- Seward, Anna. Speech of the nymph ... /Sonnet -- Taylor, Ann. The maniac's song -- Scott, Walter. from The lady of the lake: Coronach -- Crabbe, George. Peter Grimes. 1811: Mitford, Mary Russell. Song ['The fairest things are those which live']. 1812: Tennant, William. from Anster fair -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Childe Harold's pilgrimage. A romaunt -- Rogers, Samuel. The boy of Egremond/Written in a sick chamber, 1793 -- Smith, Horace and James. Cui bono? -- Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. Eighteen hundred and eleven -- Crabbe, George. Procrastination. 1813: George Gordon, Lord Byron. The giaour -- Anonymous. War the source of riches -- Montgomery, James. from The Bramin. 1814: Taylor, Jane. The fairies' song -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from The corsair/from Lara -- Wordsworth, William. from The excursion. 1815: George Gordon, Lord Byron. She walks in beauty/Stanzas for music -- Moore, Thomas. The time I've lost in wooing. 1816: George Gordon, Lord Byron. Fare thee well! -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Christabel/Kubla Khan -- Scott, Walter. Jock of Hazeldean -- Frere, John Hookham. from Prospectus and specimen of an intended national work by William and Robert Whistlecraft ... -- Hunt, Leigh. from The story of Rimini -- Keats, John. On first looking into Chapman's Homer -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Childe Harold's pilgrimage, Canto III. 1817: Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Hymn to intellectual beauty/Mont Blanc -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. Manfred -- Wolfe, Charles. The burial of Sir John Moore -- Hogg, James. A witch's chant. 1818: Moore, Thomas. from The Fudge family in Paris, letter I -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Beppo, a Venetian story/from Childe Harold's pilgrimage, Canto IV -- Peacock, Thomas Love. form Rhododaphne -- Keats, John. from Endymion -- Scott, Walter. [Proud Maisie]. 1819: Hone, William. The political house that Jack built -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Don Juan, Cantos I-II -- Keats, John. Ode to a nightingale -- Bamford, Samuel. Touch him! -- Crabbe, George. Delay has danger. 1820: Keats, John. Ode on a Grecian urn/La belle dame sans mercy/A dream, after reading Dante's episode of Paolo and Francesca -- Clare, John. My Mary -- Luttrell, Henry. from Letters to Julia, in rhyme -- Quillinan, Edward. The hour glass -- Shelley, Percy Bysshe. from Prometheus unbound/Ode to the west wind/To a skylark -- Keats, John. from Lamia/The eve of St. Agnes/from Hyperion/Ode to Psyche/To autumn -- Darley, George. To Helene -- Lloyd, Charles. from Desultory thoughts in London -- Baillie, Joanna. The ghost of Fadon -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Don Juan, Cantos III-V -- Moultrie, John. The fair maimounè -- Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Adonais -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Cain. A mystery -- Moore, Thomas. Echo. 1822: Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. Lines written under a picture of a girl burning a love-letter -- Croly, George. An aestuary -- Darley, George. The rebellion of the waters. 1823: Probert, William. from The triads of Britain -- Campbell, Thomas. The last man -- Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Chancery morals -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. Don Juan, Canto XI -- Procter, Bryan Waller. Sonnet. A still place -- Fanshawe, Catherine Maria. A riddle. 1824: Oliphant, Caroline, later Baroness Nairne. The laird o' cockpen/The laird o' the leal -- Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Julian and Maddalo/The triumph of life/Sonnet ['Lift not the painted veil'] -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. Messalought, January 22, 1824. On this day I complete my thirty-sixth year. 1825: Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. The last pleiad/The hour of death -- Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. A child screening a dove from a hawk/The enchanted island. 1826: Hood, Thomas. Faithless Nelly Gray/Jack Hall -- Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. The chaunts of the brazen head, II. 1827: Bamford, Samuel. The pass of death -- Darley, George. from Sylvia; or, the May queen -- Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. Night0blowing flowers -- Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. from The golden violet: Song ['My heart is like the falling hearth']/Song ['Where, o where's the chain to fling']. 1828: Merivale, John Herman. from [Meleager] -- Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. The effigies/The graves of a household/The image in lava/The homes of England -- Darley, George. A song ['It is not beautie I demande'] -- Lamb, Charles. Verses for an album -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Constancy to an ideal object. 1829: Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Arrivals at a watering-place/Beauty and her visitors -- Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. Casabianca -- Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. Revenge/Lines of life/[Lady, thy face is very beautiful] -- Elliott, Ebenezer. from The village patriarch -- Peacock, Thomas Love. The war-song of Dinas Vawr. 1830: Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. The magic glass/The dreaming child/The mirror in the deserted hall -- Peacock, Thomas Love. 'In the days of old' -- Tennyson, Alfred. Mariana. 1831: Elliott, Ebenezer. 'Child, is thy father dead?' -- Stoddart, Thomas Tod. from The death-wake; or, lunacy -- Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. The belle of the ball-room -- Landor, Walter Savage. ['Past ruin'd Ilion']. 1832: Tennyson, Alfred. The lady of Shalott/To-with the following poem
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ocm25051224
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23 cm
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xxvi, 832 pages
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9780192141583
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91044272
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(OCoLC)25051224
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The New Oxford book of romantic period verse, edited by Jerome J. McGann
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 783-812) and indexes
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volume
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nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1785: Jones, Sir William. A hymn to Na'ra'yena -- Merry, Robert ('Della Crusca'). Madness -- Parsons, William. Medoro's inscription book XXIII -- Yearsley, Ann. Soliloquy. 1786: Burns, Robert. Address to the deil/Halloween/The cotter's Saturday night/To a louse/Song ['It was upon a Lammas night']. -- Jones, Sir. William. A hymn to Indra. 1787: Merry, Robert. ('Della Crusca'). The adieu and recall to love -- Cowley, Mrs. Hannah. ('Anna Matilda'). Invocation. To horror/To Della Crusca. The pen -- 1788: Ode to Della Crusca -- Merry, Robert. ('Della Crusca'). To Anna Matilda -- Andrews, Miles Peter. ('Arley'). Elegy on the death of Mr. Sterne -- Anonymous. Lady T_rc___l's ring. 1789: Darwin, Erasmus. from The loves of the plants -- Russell, Thomas. Sonnet to Valclusa/Sonnet suppos'd to be written at Lemnos -- Jones, Sir William. A hymn to Su'rya -- Bowles, William Lisle. Sonnet V -- Blake, William. from Songs of Innocence: Introduction/The lamb/The little black boy/The divine image/Holy Thursday/A dream/The little girl lost/The little girl found. 1790: Burns, Robert. John Anderson, my Jo -- Williams, Helen Maria. from An address to poetry -- Merry, Robert. ('Della Crusca'). from The laurel of liberty. A poem. 1791: Burns, Robert. Tam O'Shanter. A tale -- Robinson, Mary. ('Laura Maria'). Canzonet -- Radcliffe, Ann. Night -- Gifford, William. from The baviad -- Anonymous. The trumpet of liberty. 1792: Burns, Robert. Song ('Ae fond kiss'). 1793: Blake, William. The marriage of Heaven and Hell -- Anonymous. The humble petition of the British Jacobins to their brethren of France -- Anonymous. Translation of 'Pax bello potior' ... 1794: from Songs of experience: Introduction/Earth's answer/Holy Thursday/The sick rose/The fly/The tyger/My pretty rose tree/Ah! Sun-flower/The lilly/London/The human abstract/A poison tree/The [first] book of Urizen -- Anonymous. Hymn/Epigram -- Thelwall, John. Anacreontic -- Wolcot, John. ('Peter Pindar'). Hymn to the guillotine. 1795: Crowe, William. 'In evil hour, and with unhallow'd voice.' 1796: Burns, Robert. 'O my luve's like a red, red rose' -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Eolian harp -- Taylor, William. Ellenore -- Lewis, Matthew Gregory. The erl-king/Alonzo the Brave and the fair imagine. 1797: Southey, Robert. The widow -- Canning, George and Frere, John Hookham. Sapphics. 1798: Canning, George and Gifford, William. The progress of man -- Polwhele, Richard. from The unsex'd females -- Anonymous. The age of war -- Landor, Walter Savage. from Gebir -- Lamb, Charles. The old familiar faces -- Wordsworth, William. We are seven/Lines written in early spring/The idiot boy/Expostulation and reply/The tables turned/Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The rime of the ancyent marinere, in seven parts/Frost at midnight -- Jones, Sir William. from The Yarjurveda/A hymn to the night -- Burns, Robert. Love and liberty. A cantata -- Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. To Mr [S.T.] Coleridge -- Robinson, Mary. Modern female fashions. 1800: Modern male fashions -- Wordsworth, William. from Lyrical ballads (vol. ii): ['There was a boy"]/[Strange fits of passion I have known']/Song ['She dwelt among th' untrodden ways']/['A slumber did my spirit seal']/Lucy Gray/Nutting/A fragment/Michael, a pastoral poem. 1801: Burns, Robert. Holy Willie's prayer -- Anonymous. The bleeding nun -- Williams, Helen Maria. Sonnet VI. To the torrid zone -- Southey, Robert. from Thalaba the Destroyer -- Moore, Thomas. The kiss. 1802: Lamb, Mary. Helen -- Robinson, Mary. The camp -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Dejection. An ode. Written April 4, 1802 -- 1803: Cowper, William. The castaway -- Campbell, Thomas. Hohenlinden. 1804: Anonymous. To Bonaparte -- Blake, William. from Milton/from Jerusalem. 1805: Lees, Joseph. Jone o' Grinfilt -- Dacre, Charlotte. ('Rosa Matilda'). The female philosopher/The kiss/The power of love/Sappho; or, the resolve/Smile -- Tighe, Mary. from Psyche. 1806: Landor, Walter Savage. [Rose Aylmer]/Taylor, Jane. The star -- Roscoe, William. The butterfly's ball and the grasshopper's feast. 1807: Smith, Charlotte. from Beachy head/Owenson, Sydney, later Lady Morgan. Joy -- Wordsworth, William. from Poems, in two volumes: Ode to duty/Resolution and independence/Composed upon Westminster Bridge, Sept. 3, 1803/['The world is too much with us']/['It is a beauteous evening']/London, 1802/The solitary reaper/['My heart leaps out']/['I wandered lonely as a cloud']/To the cuckoo/Elegiac stanzas suggested by a picture of Peele Castle ... /Ode [Intimations of immortality]. 1808: Opie, Amelia. To a maniac -- Scott, Walter. from Marmion: Song ['Where shall the lover rest']. 1809: Beck, Revd Thomas. Sonnet to nothing -- Campbell, Thomas. Lord Ullin's daughter. 1810: Southey, Robert. from The curse of Kehama -- Seward, Anna. Speech of the nymph ... /Sonnet -- Taylor, Ann. The maniac's song -- Scott, Walter. from The lady of the lake: Coronach -- Crabbe, George. Peter Grimes. 1811: Mitford, Mary Russell. Song ['The fairest things are those which live']. 1812: Tennant, William. from Anster fair -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Childe Harold's pilgrimage. A romaunt -- Rogers, Samuel. The boy of Egremond/Written in a sick chamber, 1793 -- Smith, Horace and James. Cui bono? -- Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. Eighteen hundred and eleven -- Crabbe, George. Procrastination. 1813: George Gordon, Lord Byron. The giaour -- Anonymous. War the source of riches -- Montgomery, James. from The Bramin. 1814: Taylor, Jane. The fairies' song -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from The corsair/from Lara -- Wordsworth, William. from The excursion. 1815: George Gordon, Lord Byron. She walks in beauty/Stanzas for music -- Moore, Thomas. The time I've lost in wooing. 1816: George Gordon, Lord Byron. Fare thee well! -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Christabel/Kubla Khan -- Scott, Walter. Jock of Hazeldean -- Frere, John Hookham. from Prospectus and specimen of an intended national work by William and Robert Whistlecraft ... -- Hunt, Leigh. from The story of Rimini -- Keats, John. On first looking into Chapman's Homer -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Childe Harold's pilgrimage, Canto III. 1817: Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Hymn to intellectual beauty/Mont Blanc -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. Manfred -- Wolfe, Charles. The burial of Sir John Moore -- Hogg, James. A witch's chant. 1818: Moore, Thomas. from The Fudge family in Paris, letter I -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Beppo, a Venetian story/from Childe Harold's pilgrimage, Canto IV -- Peacock, Thomas Love. form Rhododaphne -- Keats, John. from Endymion -- Scott, Walter. [Proud Maisie]. 1819: Hone, William. The political house that Jack built -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Don Juan, Cantos I-II -- Keats, John. Ode to a nightingale -- Bamford, Samuel. Touch him! -- Crabbe, George. Delay has danger. 1820: Keats, John. Ode on a Grecian urn/La belle dame sans mercy/A dream, after reading Dante's episode of Paolo and Francesca -- Clare, John. My Mary -- Luttrell, Henry. from Letters to Julia, in rhyme -- Quillinan, Edward. The hour glass -- Shelley, Percy Bysshe. from Prometheus unbound/Ode to the west wind/To a skylark -- Keats, John. from Lamia/The eve of St. Agnes/from Hyperion/Ode to Psyche/To autumn -- Darley, George. To Helene -- Lloyd, Charles. from Desultory thoughts in London -- Baillie, Joanna. The ghost of Fadon -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Don Juan, Cantos III-V -- Moultrie, John. The fair maimounè -- Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Adonais -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. from Cain. A mystery -- Moore, Thomas. Echo. 1822: Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. Lines written under a picture of a girl burning a love-letter -- Croly, George. An aestuary -- Darley, George. The rebellion of the waters. 1823: Probert, William. from The triads of Britain -- Campbell, Thomas. The last man -- Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Chancery morals -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. Don Juan, Canto XI -- Procter, Bryan Waller. Sonnet. A still place -- Fanshawe, Catherine Maria. A riddle. 1824: Oliphant, Caroline, later Baroness Nairne. The laird o' cockpen/The laird o' the leal -- Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Julian and Maddalo/The triumph of life/Sonnet ['Lift not the painted veil'] -- George Gordon, Lord Byron. Messalought, January 22, 1824. On this day I complete my thirty-sixth year. 1825: Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. The last pleiad/The hour of death -- Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. A child screening a dove from a hawk/The enchanted island. 1826: Hood, Thomas. Faithless Nelly Gray/Jack Hall -- Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. The chaunts of the brazen head, II. 1827: Bamford, Samuel. The pass of death -- Darley, George. from Sylvia; or, the May queen -- Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. Night0blowing flowers -- Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. from The golden violet: Song ['My heart is like the falling hearth']/Song ['Where, o where's the chain to fling']. 1828: Merivale, John Herman. from [Meleager] -- Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. The effigies/The graves of a household/The image in lava/The homes of England -- Darley, George. A song ['It is not beautie I demande'] -- Lamb, Charles. Verses for an album -- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Constancy to an ideal object. 1829: Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. Arrivals at a watering-place/Beauty and her visitors -- Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. Casabianca -- Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth. Revenge/Lines of life/[Lady, thy face is very beautiful] -- Elliott, Ebenezer. from The village patriarch -- Peacock, Thomas Love. The war-song of Dinas Vawr. 1830: Hemans, Felicia Dorothea. The magic glass/The dreaming child/The mirror in the deserted hall -- Peacock, Thomas Love. 'In the days of old' -- Tennyson, Alfred. Mariana. 1831: Elliott, Ebenezer. 'Child, is thy father dead?' -- Stoddart, Thomas Tod. from The death-wake; or, lunacy -- Praed, Winthrop Mackworth. The belle of the ball-room -- Landor, Walter Savage. ['Past ruin'd Ilion']. 1832: Tennyson, Alfred. The lady of Shalott/To-with the following poem
Control code
ocm25051224
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxvi, 832 pages
Isbn
9780192141583
Lccn
91044272
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)25051224

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