A Treasury of Great Poems: English and American

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INDEX
[NOTE: Small capitals are used for titles of literary works. Large capitals are used for quoted authors. Roman type indicates persons mentioned in passing. All italic numerals refer to actual quotation, roman numerals to passing mention.]
ABRAHAM LINCOLN: THE PRAIRIE YEARS ( Sandburg), 1059, 1097
ABRAHAM LINCOLN: THE WAR YEARS ( Sandburg), 1097
ABT VOGLER ( Browning), 874
ABUSES STRIPT AND WHIPT ( Wither), 385
ADAMS, LÉONIE, 1202-1205
ADDRESS TO THE UNCO GUID, OR THE RIGIDLY RIGHTEOUS ( Burns), 623, 624- 626
ADONAIS ( Shelley), 718, 732-745
ÆLLA ( Chatterton), 583, 585-587
AENEID ( Virgil), 194
AFTER ( Browning), 877
AFTERWARDS ( Hardy), 971
AGAINST FULFILLMENT OF DESIRE, 268-269
AGAINST IDLENESS AND MISCHIEF ( Watts), 949
AGAMEMNON ( Aeschylus), 840
AGINCOURT ( Drayton), 248
AGLAURA ( Suckling), 461
AGNES GREY (A. Brontë), 880
Agur, 40
AH WERE SHE PITIFUL ( Greene), 237
AIKEN, CONRAD, 1033, 1158-1162
AIR RAID ( MacLeish), 1174
AJAX AND ULYSSES ( Shirley), 425
ALARIC AT ROME ( Arnold), 921
Alden, John, 803
Alden, Priscilla, 802-803
Aldington, Richard, 1136
ALEXANDER'S FEAST; OR, THE POWER OF MUSIC ( Dryden), 506, 507-512, 531
ALICE ( Cotton), 494-495
ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (Carroll), li, 949
ALL FOR LOVE, OR THE WORLD WELL LOST ( Dryden), 505
ALL SEASONS IN ONE, 256
ALL THAT'S PAST ( de la Mare), 1071-1072
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE ( Shakespeare), 294-295
Allan, John, 810, 811
ALLEGRO, L' ( Milton), 370, 435-438
Allen, Hervey, 1195
Allingham, William, 135
Allott, Kenneth, 916
ALONE ( Sassoon), 1139
ALOOF ( C. Rossetti), 942
ALTAR, THE ( Herbert), 411
AMBITION ( Davies), 1066
AMBITION ( Shakespeare), 293
AMERICAN PRIMER, AN ( Whitman), 890
AMERICAN RHAPSODY (4) ( Fearing), 1211- 1212
AMERICAN SONGBAG, THE ( Sandburg, ed.), 1096
AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN ( Yeats), 1038, 1039-1041
AMORETTI ( Spenser), 217, 219, 220-222
Anacreon, 479
ANATOMY OF THE WORLD, AN ( Donne), 320
Andrewes, Lancelot, 26
ANGEL IN THE HOUSE, THE ( Patmore), 925
ANGELS AND EARTHLY CREATURES ( Wylie), 1131
ANN RUTLEDGE ( Masters), 1059
ANNA ( Burns), 614
ANNABEL LEE ( Poe), 813-814
ANTHEM FOR DOOMED YOUTH ( Owen), 1178
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA ( Shakespeare), 283-284, 505
ANTONY'S ORATION ( Shakespeare), 288- 290
APELLES' SONG ( Lyly), 224
APOLOGY FOR POETRY ( Sidney), 225-226
APPARENTLY WITH NO SURPRISE ( Dickinson), 947-948
APPARITION ( Henley), 984
Appleton, Frances Elizabeth; see Longfellow, Frances
APRIL MORTALITY ( Adams), 1202-1203
ARCADES ( Milton), 443
ARGUMENT OF HIS BOOK, THE ( Herrick), 391
Ariosto, Ludovico, 197
Aristotle, 1175

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • In Praise of Poetry vii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xlvii
  • I - The Bible 1
  • II - Foundations of the English Spirit 61
  • III - The Popular Ballad 123
  • IV - Early Songs of Unknown Authorship 163
  • V - Toward the Golden Age 175
  • VI - Elizabethan Songs of Unknown Authorship 253
  • VII - William Shakespeare [1564-1616] 271
  • VIII - Anatomy of the World 319
  • IX - Gallants, Puritans, and Divines 389
  • X - The Rise and Fall of Elegance 503
  • XI - Pure Vision, Pure Song 595
  • XII - The Spirit of Revolution and Romance 633
  • XIII - Faith, Doubt, and Democracy 777
  • XIV - Challenge to Tradition 889
  • XV - The World of the Twentieth Century 1023
  • Acknowledgments 1229
  • Sources of Reference 1233
  • Index 1235
  • Index of First Lines 1265
  • A Note about the Author *
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