The Complete Poetical Works of Lord Byron

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHxi
CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE1
SHORTER POEMS .
HOURS OF IDLENESS .
ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY84
To E --85
To D --85
EPITAPH ON A FRIEND85
A FRAGMENT. 'WHEN, TO THEIR AIRY HALL, MY FATHERS' VOICE'85
ON LEAVING NEWSTEAD ABBEY86
LINES WRITTEN IN 'LETTERS TO AN ITALIAN NUN AND AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN: BY J. J. ROUSSEAU: FOUNDED ON FACTS'86
ADRIAN'S ADDRESS TO HIS SOUL WHEN DYING87
TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. AD LESBIAM87
TRANSLATION OF THE EPITAPH ON VIRGIL AND TIBULLUS87
IMITATION OF TIBULLUS87
TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS87
IMITATED FROM CATULLUS88
TRANSLATION FROM HORACE88
FROM ANACREON88
FROM ANACREON88
FROM THE PROMETHEUS VINCTUS OF ÆSCHYLUS89
TO EMMA89
TO M. S. G.90
TO CAROLINE90
TO CAROLINE90
TO CAROLINE91
TO CAROLINE91
STANZAS TO A LADY, WITH THE POEMS OF CAMOËNS92
THE FIRST KISS OF LOVE92
ON A CHANGE OF MASTERS AT A GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOL93
TO THE DUKE OF DORSET93
FRAGMENT WRITTEN SHORTLY AFTER THE MARRIAGE OF MISS CHAWORTH95
GRANTA -- A MEDLEY95
ON A DISTANT VIEW OF THE VILLAGE AND SCHOOL OF HARROW ON THE HILL96
TO M --97
TO WOMAN97
TO M. S. G.97
TO MARY, ON RECEIVING HER PICTURE98
TO LESBIA98
LINES ADDRESSED TO A YOUNG LADY99
LOVE'S LAST ADIEU99
PAGE
DAMÆTAS100
TO MARION100
TO A LADY101
OSCAR OF ALVA101
THE EPISODE OF NISUS AND EURYALUS105
TRANSLATION FROM THE MEDEA OF EURIPIDES111
THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY A COLLEGE EXAMINATION111
TO A BEAUTIFUL QUAKER112
THE CORNELIAN113
AN OCCASIONAL PROLOGUE113
ON THE DEATH OF MR. Fox114
THE TEAR114
REPLY TO SOME VERSES OF J. M. B. PIGOT, ESQ., ON THE CRUELTY OF HIS MISTRESS115
TO THE SIGHING STREPHON116
TO ELIZA116
LACHIN Y GAIR117
TO ROMANCE118
ANSWER TO SOME ELEGANT VERSES118
ELEGY ON NEWSTEAD ABBEY119
CHILDISH RECOLLECTIONS122
ANSWER TO A BEAUTIFUL POEM, ENTITLED 'THE COMMON LOT'127
REMEMBRANCE128
TO A LADY WHO PRESENTED THE AUTHOR WITH THE VELVET BAND WHICH BOUND HER TRESSES128
LINES ADDRESSED TO THE REV. J. T. BECHER128
THE DEATH OF CALMAR AND ORLA129
L'AMITIÉ EST L'AMOUR SANS AILES131
THE PRAYER OF NATURE132
TO EDWARD NOEL LONG, ESQ133
TO A LADY134
'I WOULD I WERE A CARELESS CHILD'135
'WHEN I ROVED A YOUNG HIGHLANDER'135
TO GEORGE, EARL DELAWARR,136
TO THE EARL OF CLARE137
LINES WRITTEN BENEATH AN ELM IN THE CHURCHYARD OF HARROW138
MISCELLANEOUS POEMS
TRANSLATION FROM ANACREON139
OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN IN 'CARTHON'139
A VERSION OF OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN140
PIGNUS AMORIS140
TO A KNOT OF UNGENEROUS CRITICS141
SOLILOQUY OF A BARD IN THE COUNTRY142
To--143

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Editor's Note v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Biographical Sketch xi
  • Childe Harold's Pilgrimage - A Romaunt 1
  • Shorter Poems 83
  • Miscellaneous Poems 139
  • Domestic Pieces 207
  • Hebrew Melodies 216
  • Ephemeral Verses 223
  • Satires 240
  • Tales, Chiefly Oriental 309
  • Italian Poems 436
  • Dramas 477
  • Scene II 481
  • Act II 483
  • Scene I 483
  • Scene II 487
  • Scene IV 488
  • Act III 491
  • Scene I 491
  • Scene II 493
  • Scene III 494
  • Scene IV 495
  • Act I 499
  • Act I 499
  • Scene II 500
  • Act II 509
  • Scene I 509
  • Scene II 516
  • Act III 518
  • Scene I 518
  • Scene II 520
  • Act IV 528
  • Scene I 528
  • Scene II 533
  • Act V 538
  • Act V 538
  • Scene II 546
  • Scenf III 548
  • Scene II 549
  • Sardanapalus 550
  • Scene II 551
  • Act II 561
  • Scene I 561
  • Act III 571
  • Scene I 571
  • Act IV 578
  • Scene I 578
  • Act V 587
  • Scene I 587
  • Act I 595
  • Scene I 595
  • Act II 601
  • Scene I 601
  • Act III 608
  • Scene I 608
  • Act IV 615
  • Scene I 620
  • Scene I 620
  • Dramatis Person Æ 627
  • Dramatis Person Æ 627
  • Act II 636
  • Scene I 636
  • Scene II 639
  • Heaven and Earth 655
  • Heaven and Earth 655
  • Scene II 657
  • Scene II 658
  • Werner; Or, the Inheritance 671
  • Scene II 683
  • Scene II 683
  • Scene II 688
  • Act III 695
  • Scene I 695
  • Scene II 700
  • Scene III 701
  • Scene IV 701
  • Act IV 704
  • Scene I 704
  • Act V 713
  • Scene II 720
  • The Deformed Transformed 722
  • Scene II 723
  • Scene II 730
  • Part II 735
  • Scene I 735
  • Scene II 737
  • Scene III 738
  • Part III 742
  • Scene I 742
  • Don Juan 744
  • Notes 999
  • Indexes 1045
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