The Complete Poetical Works of Austin Dobson

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ESSAYS IN OLD FRENCH FORMS

They are a school to win
The fair French daughter to learn English in;
And gracèd with her song,
To make the language sweet upon her tongue.'
BEN JONSON, Underwoods.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xiii
  • ERRATUM *
  • Old-World Idylls 1
  • Proverbs in Porcelain 33
  • Vignettes in Rhyme 53
  • Miscellaneous Pieces 113
  • At the Sign of the Lyre 143
  • Memorial Verses 205
  • Fables of Literature and Art 221
  • Tales in Rhyme 239
  • Vers De Société 267
  • Varia 295
  • Prologues and Epilogues 309
  • Essays in Old French Forms 321
  • Carmina Votiva and Other Occasional Verses 353
  • Ludibria Ventis 401
  • Later Additions and Translations 433
  • Rondeaus of the Great, War and Other Poems 451
  • Notes 483
  • INDEX TO FIRST LINES 503
  • INDEX TO TITLES 511
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX 516
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