Six French Poets of the Nineteenth Century: Lamartine, Hugo, Baudelaire, Verlaine, Rimbaud, Mallarme

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INDEX OF TITLES AND FIRST LINES
Titles and first lines of French poems are in italics; titles and first lines of English translations are in roman type.
A black, E white, I red, U green, O blue: vowels 251
A Carcass 157
A cold wind hurls itself at 231
A Favn in the Afternoon 277
A Few Sonnets 285
A gully of green, a laughing river 239
A jig! Let's dance! 219
A la fenêtre pendant la nuit72
A la fenêtre recélant282
A noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu: voyelles250
A quatre heures du matin, l'été252
A river in the street! 221
A Season in Hell 265
A summer night -- a night whose wide-spread wings 21
A vendre ce que les Juifs n'ont pas vendu264
A Villequier56
A Voyage to Cythera 181
Adieu270
After the Battle 93
After the Flood 255
After the Voices 139
Against the snow a tall Being of Beauty 257
Ainsi, toujours poussés vers de nouveaux rivages10
Amour236
And so I went, hands thrust in torn pockets 239
And, as a boiling vessel cools once more 17
Andromache, I think of you--this meagre stream 173
Andromaque, je pense à vous! Ce petit fleuve172
Another Voice ['Well, first of all...'] 127
Another Voice ['You think yourself, perhaps...'] 137
Après la balaille92
Après le Déluge254
Après les voix138
Art poétique234
As earthquakes happened far too frequently 89
As soon as the idea of the Flood had subsided 255
Asleep in the Valley 239
Assez vu. La vision s 'est rencontrée à tous les airs258
At the Window in the Dark 73
At the window that veils her old 283
At Villequier 57

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