The Works of George Herbert

By F. E. Hutchinson; George Herbert | Go to book overview
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I. Biographyxxi
II. Contemporary and later Reputationxxxix
III. Manuscripts of The Temple poemsl
IV. Early Editions of The Templelvi
V. A Priest to the Temple and other writingslxiii
VI. Modern Editions of Herbert's Workslxv
VII. The Text of The Templelxx
THE TEMPLE. Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations1
The Printers to the Reader3
The Dedication5
THE CHURCH-PORCH. Perirrhanterium6
(For convenient reference the poems are listed is althabetical order.)
I. When first thou didst entice to thee my heart46
II. Kill me not ev'ry day62
III. My heart did heave, and there came forth, O God!73
IV. Broken in pieces all asunder89
V. My God, I read this day97
The Agonie37
The Altar26
Anagram of the Virgin Marie77
To all Angels and Saints77
The Answer169
I. Let all the world in ev'ry corner sing53
II. Praised be the God of love92


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