The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley - Vol. 4

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The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley

IN TEN VOLUMES

Including Poems and Prose Sketches, many of which have not heretofore been published; an authentic Biography, an elaborate Index and numerous Illustrations in color from Paintings by Howard Chandler Christy and Ethel Franklin Betts

VOLUME IV

HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS NEW YORK AND LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley 857
  • Where-Away 864
  • The Smitten Purist - And the Charming Miss Smith's Effect Upon Him 866
  • Christine Braibry - THE BEAUTIFUL DOLLY WHO COMES FROM TENTOLEENA LAND BRINGING A STRANGE LETTER 868
  • Dear Hands 872
  • Winter Fancies 873
  • A Brave Refrain 875
  • As I Sit in the Silence 877
  • Longfellow's Love for the Children 879
  • A Song of Long Ago 880
  • Unless 882
  • When Early March Seems Middle May 884
  • The Muskingum Valley 886
  • Serenade--To Nora 888
  • The Little White Hearse 890
  • A Glimpse of Pan 891
  • The Great God Pan 892
  • Her Light Guitar 894
  • The All-Golden 895
  • The Way the Baby Came 897
  • The Way the Baby Woke 898
  • The Way the Baby Slept 899
  • When Maimie Married 900
  • Her Hair 902
  • A Vision of Summer 903
  • While Cigarettes to Ashes Turn 908
  • The Little Red Ribbon 911
  • The Man in the Moon 912
  • A Barefoot Boy 915
  • The Preacher's Boy 916
  • We to Sigh Instead of Sing 920
  • Nothin' to Say 922
  • Jack-In-The-Box 924
  • The Old Trundle-Bed 926
  • My Mary 928
  • Two Sonnets to the June-Bug 931
  • One Afternoon 933
  • The Beautiful City 935
  • A Life Term 937
  • Mcfeeters' Fourth 938
  • At Ninety in the Shade 941
  • A Sudden Shower 943
  • Good-By Er Howdy-Do 945
  • With the Current 946
  • Wet-Weather Talk 948
  • A Poor Man's Wealth 950
  • Autographic 952
  • In Swimming-Time 953
  • The Best is Good Enough 955
  • He Called Her In 956
  • Give Me the Baby 961
  • An Autumnal Tonic 963
  • Out of the Hitherwhere 964
  • A Tinkle of Bells 965
  • The Old Man 967
  • Our Kind of a Man 972
  • The Little Coat 974
  • An Impromptu on Roller Skates 976
  • Me and Mary 977
  • Written in Bunner's "Airs from Arcady" 979
  • A Song 980
  • Never Talk Back 982
  • My Friend 983
  • The Little Fat Doctor 984
  • The Strange Young Man 986
  • Scotty 988
  • On the Sunny Side 990
  • The Harper 992
  • The Blossoms on the Trees 993
  • Laughter Holding Both His Sides 994
  • In State 995
  • The Dead Lover 997
  • The Kind Old Man 998
  • A Scrawl 999
  • Away 1000
  • A Monument for the Soldiers 1002
  • Out to Old Aunt Mary's 1004
  • In the Afternoon 1009
  • Uninterpreted 1011
  • Billy's Alphabetical Animal Show 1012
  • The Pixy People 1018
  • The Town Karnteel 1021
  • Donn Piatt of Mac-O-Chee 1023
  • Herr Weiser 1026
  • From Delphi to Camden 1028
  • A Noon Interval 1030
  • At Madame Manicure's 1031
  • John Mckeen 1033
  • The Boy-Friend 1035
  • When Bessie Died 1037
  • The Rivals; or the Showman's Ruse 1039
  • The Christ 1043
  • To Hear Her Sing 1044
  • From the Headboard of a Grave in Paraguay 1046
  • A Canary at the Farm 1047
  • September Dark 1049
  • Anselmo 1050
  • Time of Clearer Twitterings 1051
  • The Boys 1054
  • Lincoln 1055
  • The Blind Girl 1057
  • The King 1060
  • A Liz-Town Humorist 1062
  • Like His Mother Used to Make 1064
  • A Golden Wedding 1066
  • His Christmas Sled 1069
  • A New Year's Time at Willards's 1071
  • Whatever the Weather May Be 1078
  • A Leave-Taking 1080
  • Down on Wriggle Crick 1081
  • Lord Bacon 1084
  • My First Womern 1085
  • The Quest 1087
  • To an Importunate Ghost 1088
  • Who Bides His Time 1089
  • As We Read Burns 1091
  • When June is Here 1092
  • At Noon--And Midnight 1093
  • To James Newton Matthews 1094
  • Spirits at Home 1095
  • Art and Love 1098
  • Song 1099
  • Pap's Old Sayin' 1101
  • Granny 1103
  • Becalmed 1105
  • Griggsby's Station 1107
  • Fessler's Bees 1110
  • Joney 1118
  • Knee-Deep in June 1121
  • The Law of the Perverse 1126
  • Out of Nazareth 1128
  • Time 1130
  • Ike Walton's Prayer 1132
  • The Way It Wuz 1135
  • Curly Locks 1138
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