Ban and Arriere Ban: A Rally of Fugitive Rhymes

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Ban and Arrière Ban
A RALLY OF FUGITIVE RHYMES

BY ANDREW LANG

Second Edition

LONDON LONGMANS, GREEN & CO. AND NEW YORK: 15 EAST 16TH STREET 1894

[All rights reserved]

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents xi
  • A Scot to Jeanne D'arc 1
  • How They Held the Bass For King James--1691-1693 4
  • Three Portraits of Prince Charles 11
  • From Omar Khayyam 14
  • Æsop 16
  • Les Roses De Sâdi 18
  • The Haunted Tower 19
  • Boat-Song 22
  • Lost Love 24
  • The Promise of Helen 26
  • The Restoration of Romance 27
  • Central American Antiquities 30
  • On Calais Sands 32
  • Ballade of Yule 34
  • Poscimur 36
  • On His Dead Sea-Mew 38
  • From Meleager 39
  • On the Garland Sent To Rhodocleia 40
  • A Galloway Garland 41
  • Celia's Eyes 43
  • Britannia 44
  • Gallia 45
  • The Fairy Minister 46
  • To Robert Louis Stevenson 48
  • For Mark Twain's Jubilee 50
  • III - Poems Written Under The Influence Of Wordsworth 53
  • I - Mist 55
  • II - Lines 56
  • III - Lines 58
  • Ode to Golf 61
  • Freshman's Term 63
  • A Toast 65
  • Death in June - For Cricketers Only 67
  • To Correspondents 69
  • Ballade of Difficult Rhymes 71
  • Ballant O' Ballantrae 73
  • Song by the Sub-Conscious Self 75
  • The Haunted Homes of England 76
  • The Disappointment 78
  • To the Gentle Reader 81
  • The Sonnet 85
  • The Tournay of the Heroes 86
  • Ballad of the Philanthropist 92
  • Neiges D'antan 97
  • In Ercildoune 99
  • For a Rose's Sake 102
  • The Brigand's Grave 104
  • The New-Liveried Year 106
  • More Strong Than Death 107
  • Silentia Lunae 109
  • His Lady's Tomb 110
  • The Poet's Apology 111
  • Notes 115
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