Selected Sonnets

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chronology 19
  • Curse 23
  • Shipwreck 26
  • Reader 28
  • Tagus 31
  • Tears 34
  • Dido 36
  • For Leonis Pereira 38
  • Nature 40
  • On the Beach 42
  • Amor 44
  • Sin 46
  • Dead Lovers 49
  • Confusion 52
  • Good Friday 54
  • Green Eyes 56
  • Sepulcher 58
  • O Glorious Cross 60
  • Magic 62
  • Natércia 64
  • Pero Moniz 66
  • Dawn 68
  • Time 70
  • Exile 72
  • Dom Fernando 75
  • Mondego 78
  • Escape 80
  • Dona Maria 82
  • Senhor João Lopes 84
  • Orpheus 86
  • Cruel Senhora 88
  • Essence 90
  • Swan 92
  • Dom Teodósio 94
  • Dom Fernando de Meneses 96
  • Doom 98
  • Ribbon 100
  • Sybil 102
  • Perfection 104
  • Punishment 106
  • Destruction 108
  • Diana 110
  • Hippolytus 112
  • Epitaph 114
  • Conquistadors 116
  • Refuge 118
  • Belief 120
  • The Passion 123
  • Dear Gentle Soul 126
  • Song of Love 128
  • Rose-Apple Tree 130
  • Little Bird 132
  • For Caterina 135
  • Dinamene 138
  • Euphrates 140
  • Lucretia 142
  • Luís de Ataíde 144
  • Jacob 146
  • Caterina 148
  • The Wind 150
  • Prison 152
  • Recluse 154
  • Paradise 156
  • The Virgin Mary 159
  • Incarnation 162
  • Drowned Lover 164
  • Sebastião 167
  • To One Who's Praised Me 170
  • Affirmation 172
  • Nativity Scene 174
  • Sermon 176
  • Notes 179
  • Selected Bibliography 191
  • Acknowledgments 193
  • Index of Titles and First Lines 195
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