A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895: Selections Illustrating the Editor's Critical Review of British Poetry in the Reign of Victoria

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. EARLY YEARS OF THE REIGN (TRANSITION PERIOD)
DISTINCTIVE POETS AND DRAMATISTS
Walter Sabage Landor
PAGE
OVERTURE -- FROM "THRASYMEDES AND EUNOË"3
THE HAMADRYAD3
THE DEATH OF ARTEMIDORA7
FROM "MYRTIS"7
LITTLE AGLAR8
TO A CYCLAXEN8
DIRCE8
AN INVOCATION8
FROM "GRBIR"8
TO YOUTH9
To AGE10
ROSE AYLMER10
ROSE AYLMER'S HAIR, GIVEN BY HER SISTER10
CHILD OF A DAY10
FIESOLAN IDYL10
FAREWELL TO ITALY11
THE MAID'S LAMENT11
MARGARET12
ON MUSIC12
PLAYS12
THERE FALLS WITH EVERY WEDDING CHIME12
SHAKESPEARE AND MILTON12
MACAULAY12
ROBERT BROWNING13
ON THE DEATH OF M. D'OSSOLl AND HIS WIFE MARGARET FULLER13
TO IANTHE13
IANTHE'S TROUBLES13
THE APPEAL13
THE TEST13
IN AFTER TIME14
A PROPHECY14
COWSLIPS14
WRINKLES14
ADVICE14
HOW TO READ ME14
PAGE
TIME TO BE WISH15
THE ONE WHITE HAIR15
ON HIMSELF15
ON LUCRETIA BORGIA'S HAIR15
PERSISTENCE15
MAN16
TO SLEEP16
ON LIVING TOO LONG16
A THOUGHT16
HEARTSEASP16
VERSES WHY BURNT16
DEATH UNDREADED16
MEMORY16
FOR AN EPITAPH AT FIESOLE16
George Darley
THE FLOWER OF BEAUTY17
SUMMER WINDS17
SONGS FROM "SYLVIA; OR, THE MAY QUEEN"
1. Chorus of Spirits17
2. Morning-Song17
3. Nephon's Song18
4. Romanzo to Sylvia18
Bryan TAaller Procter ("BARRY CORNWALL")
THE SEA19
THE HUNTER'S SONG19
THE POET'S SONG TO HIS WIFE20
THE STORMY PETREL20
PEACE! WHAT DO TEARS AVAIL20
LIFE20
THE BLOOD HORSE21
SIT DOWN, SAD SOUL21
GOLDEN-TRESSED ADELAIDE21
A POET'S THOUGHT22
A PETITION TO TIME22

-xvii-

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A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895: Selections Illustrating the Editor's Critical Review of British Poetry in the Reign of Victoria
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Introduction ix
  • Note xvi
  • Table of Contents xvii
  • I - Early Years of the Reign 1
  • The Passing of the Elder Bards 2
  • II - The Victorian Epoch 185
  • Prelude 186
  • The Ictorian Epoch 187
  • III - Close of the Era 481
  • Impression 482
  • IV - Colonial Poets 613
  • England and Her Colonies 614
  • Biographical Notes 677
  • Indexes 711
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