Complete Poetry

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Index of Titles and First Lines
A fair slim boy not made for this world's pain 28
A lily-girl, not made for this world's pain 99
A ring of gold and a milk-white dove 8
A white mist drifts across the shrouds 133
A year ago I breathed the Italian air 31
Against these turbid turquoise skies 137
Aἵλινον, αU+IF35λινον είπέ τò δ' εὐ νικάτω 10
Albeit nurtured in democracy 125
Amor Intellectualis30
An omnibus across the bridge 141
Apologia102
As oftentimes the too resplendent sun 104
As one who poring on a Grecian urn 128
At Verona30
Athanasia87
Ave Imperatrix117
Ave Maria Plena Gratia27
Ballad of Reading Gaol, The152
Ballade de Marguerite73
Burden of Itys, The41
By the Arno4
Camma128
Canzonet140
Chanson8
Charmides53
Chorus of Cloud-Maidens1
Christ, dost thou live indeed? or are thy bones 23
Cloud-maidens that float on for ever 1
Come down, O Christ, and help me! reach thy hand 26
Dear Heart I think the young impassioned priest 103
Dole of the King's Daughter, The9
E Tenebris26
Eagle of Austerlitz! where were thy wings 98
Easter Day24
Endymion52
Fabien dei Franchi127
Fantaisies Décoratives: I. Le Panneau136
Fantaisies Décoratives: II. Les Ballons137
Fragment from the Agamemnon of Aeschylos, A17
From Spring Days to Winter2

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Introduction ix
  • Chronology xvii
  • Note on the Text xix
  • Appendix Wilde's Ordering of Poems (1882) 173
  • Notes 175
  • Further Reading 207
  • Index of Titles and First Lines 208
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