The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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THE COMPLETE
POETICAL WORKS
OF
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW

household edition

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS

BOSTON AND NEW YORK
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANY
The Riverside presss, Cambridge

-iii-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations *
  • Voices of the Night. 1
  • Earlier Poems. 6
  • Translations. 11
  • Ballads and Other Poems. 25
  • The Children of the Lord's Supper. from the Swedish of Bishop Tegner 29
  • Miscellaneous. 36
  • Poems on Slavery. 41
  • The Spanish Student. 44
  • The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems. 76
  • Miscellaneous. 78
  • Songs and Sonnets. 86
  • Translations. 92
  • Curfew. 94
  • Evangeline. 95
  • The Seaside and the Fireside. 121
  • By the Seaside. 122
  • By the Fireside. 129
  • The Blind Girl of CastÉl-CuillÉ. 135
  • The Song of Hiawatha. 141
  • The Courtship of Miles Standish. 191
  • Birds of Passage. 211
  • Flight the Second. 225
  • Flight the Third. 228
  • Tales of a Wayside Inn. 232
  • Flower-De-Luce. 317
  • Judas MaccabÆus. 324
  • A Handful of Translations. 336
  • The Masque of Pandora. 341
  • The Hanging of the Crane. 352
  • Morituri Salutamus. Poem for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Class of 1825 in Bowdoin College. 354
  • Birds of Passage. Flight the Fourth. 358
  • A Book of Sonnets. 364
  • KÉramos. 368
  • Birds of Passage. Flight the Fifth. 372
  • A Book of Sonnets. Part Second. 380
  • Translations. 386
  • Seven Sonnets and a Canzone, from the Italian of Michael Angelo. 392
  • Ultima Thule. 394
  • Folk Songs. 399
  • Sonnets. 400
  • L'Envoi. the Poet and His Songs. 401
  • In the Harbor. Ultima Thule. -- Part Ii. 402
  • Translations. 412
  • Personal Poems. 413
  • L'Envoi. 414
  • Michael Angelo. 415
  • Christus: A Mystery. 467
  • Fragments and Translations. 637
  • Notes. 649
  • Index of First Lines 669
  • Index of Titles. 674
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