European Metaphysical Poetry

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Index of Titles
Ach Liebste, lass uns eilen, 166
Aen myne uitbrandende kaerse, 244
Ah, Dearest, Let Us Haste Us, 167
Alas, but Count Your Days, 119
All Do Protest the Cruel Enmity, 121
A Love Constant beyond Death, 259
Als sie gestorben, 196
A Method of Loving, 271
Amor constante mas allá de la muerte, 258
An Basilenen, 174
Andacht, 182
An meinen Erlöser, 180
An seine neue Buhlschafft, 200
An sich selbst, 186
Asses plus long, qu'un Siecle Platonique, 90
Assies toy sur le bort d'une ondante riviere, 126
Auff ihr Abwesen, 172
Au moins ay'je songé, 140
Aus naturalistes et mécreans, 96
Beside a Flowing River, 127
Canciones del alma en la íntima comunicación de unión de amor de Dios, 274
Cette rouge sueur, 98
Christ Dying, 241
Christus stervende, 240
Come, Let Us Go A-Strolling, 169
Creation, 213
De bekeerde moorder, 242
Delie: dizain CXXIX, 89
Delie: diszain CCLXXII, 93
Delie: dizain CCCLXXVIII, 91
Delie: dizain CCCLXVIII, 95
Del mondo e sue parti, 278
Der Cherubinische Wandersmann (excerpts), 190
Der XXIII. Liebeskuss: die Geburtsnacht des Herrn, 209
Devotion, 183
De Ziel betracht den Schepper uit de Schepselen, 248
De Ziele betracht de nabijheid Gods, 246
De Ziele in aandacht over de nieuwe Creatuur, 250
Die gespons Jesu klaget ihren hertzen brand, 162
Durante il bagno, 280
During the Bath, 281
Easter, 237
Ecce Homo, 101
Elégie à Cloris, 142
Elegy to Cloris, 143
En que satisface un recelo con la retórica del Ilanto, 268
Entrer dans le bordel, 154
Er hat Vergünstigung, 202
From the Moment of My Waking, 231
Gods Besluyt, 216
Gods Evenbeelt, 220
Gods Kennisse, 218
God's Likeness, 221
God's Virtues, 217
Goede Vrijdagh, 234
Go in the Whorehouse, 155
Good Friday, 235
Grant That I May Receive Thee, 103
Green Fascination of Our Human Life, 273

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Ffrench Poems 87
  • German Poems 161
  • Dutch Poems 211
  • Spanish Poems 253
  • Italian Poems 277
  • Brief Lives 289
  • Bibliography 305
  • Index to Introduction 311
  • Index of Titles 315
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