The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Vol. 2

By Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Ernest Hartley Coleridge | Go to book overview

THE
COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS
OF
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

INCLUDING
POEMS AND VERSIONS OF POEMS NOW
PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME

EDITED
WITH TEXTUAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

BY
ERNEST HARTLEY COLERIDGE
M.A., HON. F.R.S.L.

IN TWO VOLUMES

VOL. II: DRAMATIC WORKS AND APPENDICES

OXFORD

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS

-i-

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The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents of Vol. II iii
  • Dramatic Works ix
  • The Fall of Robespierre 495
  • The Fall of Robespierre 496
  • Act II 503
  • Act II 503
  • Act II 511
  • Act II 511
  • Osorio a Tragedy 519
  • Act the First 519
  • Act the Third 550
  • Act the Fourth 562
  • Act the Fourth 562
  • Act the Fifth 583
  • Scene. -- a Dungeon. 586
  • The Piccolomini 598
  • Preface 598
  • The Piccolomini 600
  • Scene II 603
  • Scene II 608
  • Scene II 616
  • Scene II 617
  • Scene II 618
  • Scene II 621
  • Scene II 622
  • Scene II 624
  • Act II 639
  • Scene II the Countess Steps Out from a Closet. 641
  • Scene II the Countess Steps Out from a Closet. 642
  • Scene II the Countess Steps Out from a Closet. 645
  • Scene II the Countess Steps Out from a Closet. 650
  • Scene II the Countess Steps Out from a Closet. 651
  • Scene VII 654
  • Scene VIII 658
  • Scene VIII 659
  • Scene VIII 660
  • Scene VIII 660
  • Scene VIII 662
  • Scene VIII 666
  • Scene VIII 669
  • Scene VIII 672
  • Scene VIII 672
  • Scene VIII 681
  • Scene VIII 683
  • Scene VIII 685
  • Scene VIII 685
  • Scene IV 690
  • Scene V 692
  • Scene V 698
  • Scene V 705
  • Scene V 705
  • Scene V 706
  • Scene V 713
  • Scene V 716
  • Scene VI 721
  • The Death of Wallenstein a Tragedy in Five Acts 724
  • Preface 724
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 726
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 726
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 727
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 729
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 731
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 735
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 736
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 737
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 738
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 739
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 740
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 742
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 743
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 743
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 745
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 745
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 750
  • The Death of Wallenstein Act I 750
  • Scene VI 752
  • Scene VII 756
  • Scene VII 762
  • Scene VII 762
  • Scene VII 764
  • Scene VII 764
  • Scene VII 765
  • Scene VII 768
  • Scene VII 770
  • Scene VII 771
  • Scene VII 771
  • Scene VII 774
  • Scene VII 776
  • Scene IX 779
  • Act IV 779
  • Act IV 779
  • Act IV 780
  • Act IV 785
  • Act IV 788
  • Scene V 791
  • Scene VI 793
  • Act V 793
  • Act V 793
  • Act V 798
  • Act V 800
  • Act V 803
  • Act V 805
  • Scene VI 806
  • Scene VII 806
  • Scene VII 807
  • Scene IX 808
  • Scene X 809
  • Remorse 812
  • Preface 812
  • Prologue 816
  • Epilogue 817
  • Act I 820
  • Scene II 823
  • Scene II 834
  • Scene II 834
  • Scene II 841
  • Act III 847
  • Act III 847
  • Scene II Interior of a Chapel, with Painted Windows. 852
  • Act IV 858
  • Act IV 858
  • Act IV 864
  • Act IV 871
  • Act IV 871
  • Act IV 881
  • Act IV 883
  • Act IV 884
  • Usurpation Ended; Or, She Comes Again Act I 901
  • Act II 917
  • Act II 917
  • Act II 925
  • Act II 925
  • Act II 937
  • Act II 937
  • Epigrams 951
  • Jeux D'Esprit 976
  • Fragments from a Notebook Circa 1796-98 988
  • Fragments 996
  • Metrical Experiments 1014
  • Appendix I First Drafts, Early Versions, Etc. 1021
  • Act I 1062
  • Appendix II 1091
  • Appendix III 1097
  • Appendix IV Prose Versions of Poems, Etc. 1109
  • Appendix V 1115
  • Bibliography of the Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1794-1834 1135
  • Preface 1135
  • Act II 1137
  • Contents 1142
  • Preface 1144
  • Act II 1145
  • Act II 1146
  • Preface 1150
  • Contents 1151
  • Preface 1155
  • Contents 1155
  • Preface 1159
  • Preface 1169
  • Bibliographical Appendix 1178
  • No. IV 1187
  • Index of First Lines 1189
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