Innocent Merriment: An Anthology of Light Verse

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Index of Authors
PAGE
A
A. K.
La Donna E Mobile255
ADAMS, FRANKLIN P. ( 1881-)
Ad Persephonen256
Baseball's Sad Lexicon477
Christopher Columbus425
February 14, 22 B. C.495
Garland of Recital Programs, A313
Happy Lifetime to You256
Life316
Rich Man, The318
To a Lady Troubled by Insomnia127
ADAMS, GEORGINE M.
"That Did in Luve So Lively Write"318
ADAMS, SAMUEL HOPKINS ( 1871-)
Centipede, The77
ALDRICH, DR. HENRY ( 1647-1710)
Reasons for Drinking77
ALDRICH, THOMAS BAILEY ( 1836-1907)
On an Intaglio Head of Minerva187
Thalia320
ANDERSON, MAXWELL ( 1888-)
Toll the Bell for Damon322
ANTHONY, ED
College Song477
ARKELL, REGINALD
When the War Will End322
ASHBY-STERRY, J. ( 1838-1917)
Kindness to Animals188
AYTOUN, WILLIAM E. ( 1813-1865)
Biter Bit, The3
Broken Pitcher, The127
Comfort in Affliction4
Eastern Serenade189

B
B. H.
Anacreon to the Sophist496
BARTLETT, RUTH FITCH
Belief128
PAGE
BELLOC, HILAIRE ( 1870-)
Frog, The190
Yak, The191
BENÉT, ROSEMARY
To an Unknown Neighbor at the Circus322
BENÉT, STEPHEN VINCENT ( 1898-)
Aaron Burr430
Andrew Jackson431
BENÉT, WILLIAM ROSE ( 1886-)
Debutantrum324
Old Bill's Memory Book77
BENTLEY, E. C.
Sir Christopher Wren325
BISHOP, MORRIS ( 1883-)
Anatomy of Humor, The325
Public Aid for Niagara Falls326
We Have Been Here Before327
Winter Madrigal, A129
BLANCHARD, LAMAN ( 1803-1845)
Ode to the Human Heart191
BRACKER, MILTON
P Is for Paleontology192
BRADFORD, GAMALIEL ( 1863-1932)
Exit God327
BRETHERTON, C. H.
In Winter 5
BUNNER, H. C. ( 1855-1896)
Behold the Deeds!6
Home, Sweet Home with Variations8
Shake, Mulleary, and Go-ethe257
Way to Arcady, The79
BURGESS, GELETT ( 1866-)
Ego Sum328
Lament82
BUTLER, SAMUEL ( 1600-1680)
Religion of Hudibras, The328
BYRON, GEORGE GORDON, LORD ( 1788- 1824)
Written after Swimming from Sestos to Abydos82

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xvii
  • Burlesque ? Parody 1
  • Innocent Merriment 75
  • Love, Etc. 125
  • Nonsense 185
  • Panegyric 253
  • Satire 311
  • Song and Story 423
  • Sport 475
  • Translation--Paraphase 493
  • Index of Authors 503
  • Index of Titles 511
  • Index of First Lines 519
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