The Poems of Coventry Patmore

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INDEX OF TITLES AND SOME SUBJECTS
ABDICATION, The, 131.
Accepted, 141.
Aetna and the Moon, 100.
After-Glow, The, 450.
Alexander and Lycon, 451.
Amaranth, The, 202.
Amelia, 455.
Angel in the House, The, 59, 475.
Arbor Vitae, 398.
Attainment, 79.
Auras of Delight, 417.
Aurea Dicta, 125.
Azalea, The, 361.
BARREN Shore, The, 233, 341.
Beata, 356.
Beauty, 149.
Body, To the, 408.
Buttercups, 456.
CATHEDRAL Close, The, 64.
Chace, The, 131.
Changed Allegiance, The, 146.
Child's Purchase, The, 438.
Churl, The, 135.
Circles, The, 343.
Clitheroe (Lady) to Mary Churchill, 254, 276; to Emily Graham, 317; to Mrs. Graham, 301.
Common Graces, 112.
Comparison, The, 89.
Compensation, 185.
Constancy rewarded, 197.
Contract, The, 394.
County Ball, The, 154.
Course of True Love, The, 146.
Crest and Gulf, 382.
Cry at Midnight, The, 416.
DAISIES, 456, 479, 485, 490.
Dance, The, 124.
Daughter of Eve, The, 124.
Day after To-morrow, The, 356, 492.
De Natura Deorum, 425, 486.
Dead Language, 443.
Dean, The, 95.
Deliciae Sapientiae, 117, 411.
Demonstration, A, 196.
Denied, 134.
Departure, 362, 491.
Devices, The, 119.
Disappointment, 187.
Disraeli, 370.
Distinction, A, 73.
Dreams, 82, 142300, 465.
EIGHTEEN-eighty to 'eighty- five, 378.
Eighteen-sixty-seven, 370.
England, 237, 316, 348, 373, 379.
Epilogue, The, 205.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Introduction vii
  • Contents xvii
  • From Poems, 1844 1
  • From Tamerton Church-Tower And Other Poems, 1853, 1854 29
  • The Angel in the House 59
  • The Victories of Love 209
  • Three Poems 1861-1866 339
  • The Unknown Eros 1877 345
  • Five Poems, 1877-8 445
  • Amelia, Etc. 1878 453
  • Four Poems 1887 471
  • Fragments 477
  • Index of Titles And Some Subjects 493
  • Iindex of First Lines 497
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