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English Poetry II: From Collins to Fitzgerald.
The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
Contents
 
William Collins. 294. Fidele
295. Ode Written in MDCCXLVI
296. The Passions
297. To Evening
George Sewell. 298. The Dying Man in His Garden
Alison Rutherford Cockburn. 299. The Flowers of the Forest
Jane Elliot. 300. Lament for Flodden
Christopher Smart. 301. A Song to David
Anonymous. 302. Willy Drowned in Yarrow
John Logan. 303. The Braes of Yarrow
Henry Fielding. 304. A Hunting Song
Charles Dibdin. 305. Tom Bowling
Samuel Johnson. 306. On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet
307. A Satire
Oliver Goldsmith. 308. When Lovely Woman Stoops
309. Retaliation
310. The Deserted Village
311. The Traveller; or, A Prospect of Society
Robert Graham of Gartmore. 312. If Doughty Deeds
Adam Austin. 313. For Lack of Gold
William Cowper. 314. Loss of the Royal George
315. To a Young Lady
316. The Poplar Field
317. The Solitude of Alexander Selkirk
318. To Mary Unwin
319. To the Same
320. Boadicea: An Ode
321. The Castaway
322. The Shrubbery
323. On the Receipt of My Mother’s Picture out of Norfolk
324. The Diverting History of John Gilpin
Richard Brinsley Sheridan. 325. Drinking Song
Anna Laetitia Barbauld. 326. Life
Isobel Pagan (?). 327. Ca’ the Yowes to the Knowes
Lady Anne Lindsay. 328. Auld Robin Gray
Thomas Chatterton. 329. Song from Ælla
Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne. 330. The Land o’ the Leal
331. He’s Ower the Hills That I Lo’e Weel
332. The Auld House
333. The Laird o’ Cockpen
334. The Rowan Tree
335. Wha’ll Be King But Charlie?
336. Charlie Is My Darling
Alexander Ross. 337. Wooed and Married and A’
John Skinner. 338. Tullochgorum
Michael Bruce. 339. To the Cuckoo
George Halket. 340. Logie o’ Buchan
William Hamilton 0f Bangour. 341. The Braes of Yarrow
Hector MacNeil. 342. I Lo’ed Ne’er a Laddie but Ane
343. Come Under My Plaidie
Sir William Jones. 344. An Ode in Imitation of Alcaeus
345. On Parent Knees a Naked New-born Child
Susanna Blamire. 346. And Ye Shall Walk in Silk Attire
Anne Hunter. 347. My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair
John Dunlop. 348. The Year That’s Awa’
Samuel Rogers. 349. A Wish
350. The Sleeping Beauty
William Blake. 351. The Tiger
352. Ah! Sun-Flower
353. To Spring
354. Reeds of Innocence
355. Night
356. Auguries of Innocence
357. Nurse’s Song
358. Holy Thursday
359. The Divine Image
360. Song
John Collins. 361. To-Morrow
Robert Tannahill. 362. Jessie, the Flower o’ Dunblane
363. Gloomy Winter’s Now Awa’
William Wordsworth. 364. Ode on Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood
365. My Heart Leaps Up
366. The Two April Mornings
367. The Fountain: A Conversation
368. Written in March
369. Nature and the Poet
370. Ruth: Or the Influences of Nature
371. A Lesson
372. Michael
373. Yarrow Unvisited
374. Yarrow Visited
375. Yarrow Revisited
376. Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Banks of the Wye During a Tour July 13, 1798
377. The Daffodils
378. To the Daisy
379. To the Cuckoo
380. The Green Linnet
381. Written in Early Spring
382. To the Skylark
383. The Affliction of Margaret
384. Simon Lee the Old Huntsman
385. Ode to Duty
386. She Was a Phantom of Delight
387. To the Highland Girl of Inversneyde
388. The Solitary Reaper
389. The Reverie of Poor Susan
390. To Toussaint L’Ouverture
391. Character of the Happy Warrior
392. Resolution and Independence
393. Laodamia
394. We Are Seven
395. Lucy
396. The Inner Vision
397. By the Sea
398. Upon Westminster Bridge
399. To a Distant Friend
400. Desideria
401. We Must Be Free or Die
402. England and Switzerland
403. On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic
404. London, MDCCCII
405. The Same
406. When I Have Borne
407. The World is Too Much With Us
408. Within King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
409. Valedictory Sonnet to the River Duddon
410. Composed at Neidpath Castle, the Property of Lord Queensberry
411. Admonition to a Traveller
412. To Sleep
413. The Sonnet
William Lisle Bowles. 414. Dover Cliffs
Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 415. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
416. Kubla Khan
417. Youth and Age
418. Love
419. Hymn Before Sunrise, in the Vale of Chamouni
420. Christabel
421. Dejection: an Ode
Robert Southey. 422. After Blenheim
423. The Scholar
Charles Lamb. 424. The Old Familiar Faces
425. Hester
426. On an Infant Dying as Soon as Born
Sir Walter Scott. 427. The Outlaw
428. To a Lock of Hair
429. Jock of Hazeldean
430. Eleu Loro
431. A Serenade
432. The Rover
433. The Maid of Neidpath
434. Gathering Song of Donald the Black
435. Border Ballad
436. The Pride of Youth
437. Coronach
438. Lucy Ashton’s Song
439. Answer
440. Rosabelle
441. Hunting Song
442. Lochinvar
443. Bonny Dundee
444. Datur Hora Quieti
445. Here’s a Health to King Charles
446. Harp of the North, Farewell!
James Hogg. 447. Kilmeny
448. When the Kye Comes Hame
449. The Skylark
450. Lock the Door, Lariston
Robert Surtees. 451. Barthram’s Dirge
Thomas Campbell. 452. The Soldier’s Dream
453. To the Evening Star
454. Ode to Winter
455. Lord Ullin’s Daughter
456. The River of Life
457. To the Evening Star
458. The Maid of Neidpath
459. Ye Mariners of England
460. Battle of the Baltic
461. Hohenlinden
J. Campbell. 462. Freedom and Love
Allan Cunningham. 463. Hame, Hame, Hame
464. A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea
George Gordon,
Lord Byron. 
465. Youth and Age
466. The Destruction of Sennacherib
467. Elegy on Thyrza
468. When We Two Parted
469. For Music
470. She Walks in Beauty
471. All for Love
472. Elegy
473. To Augusta
474. Epistle to Augusta
475. Maid of Athens
476. Darkness
477. Longing
478. Fare Thee Well
479. The Prisoner of Chillon
480. On the Castle of Chillon
481. Song of Saul Before His Last Battle
482. The Isles of Greece
483. On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year
Thomas Moore. 484. The Light of Other Days
485. Pro Patria Mori
486. The Meeting of the Waters
487. The Last Rose of Summer
488. The Harp that Once Through Tara’s Halls
489. A Canadian Boat-Song
490. The Journey Onwards
491. The Young May Moon
492. Echo
493. At the Mid Hour of Night
Charles Wolfe. 494. The Burial of Sir John Moore At Corunna
Percy Bysshe Shelley. 495. Hymn of Pan
496. Hellas
497. Invocation
498. Stanzas Written in Dejection Near Naples
499. I Fear Thy Kisses
500. Lines to an Indian Air
501. To a Skylark
502. Love’s Philosophy
503. To the Night
504. Ode to the West Wind
505. Written Among the Euganean Hills, North Italy
506. Hymn to the Spirit of Nature
507. A Lament
508. A Dream of the Unknown
509. The Invitation
510. The Recollection
511. To the Moon
512. A Widow Bird
513. To a Lady, with a Guitar
514. One Word is Too Often Profaned
515. Ozymandias of Egypt
516. The Flight of Love
517. The Cloud
518. Stanzas—April, 1814
519. Music, When Soft Voices Die
520. The Poet’s Dream
521. The World’s Wanderers
522. Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats
James Henry Leigh Hunt. 523. Jenny Kiss’d Me
524. Abou Ben Adhem
John Keats. 525. The Realm of Fancy
526. Ode on the Poets
527. The Mermaid Tavern
528. Happy Insensibility
529. Ode to a Nightingale
530. Ode on a Grecian Urn
531. Ode to Autumn
532. Ode to Psyche
533. Ode on Melancholy
534. The Eve of St. Agnes
535. La Belle Dame Sans Merci
536. On the Grasshopper and Cricket
537. On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer
538. To Sleep
539. The Human Seasons
540. Great Spirits Now on Earth Are Sojourning
541. The Terror of Death
542. Last Sonnet
Walter Savage Landor. 543. Rose Aylmer
544. Twenty Years Hence
545. Proud Word You Never Spoke
546. Absence
547. Dirce
548. Corinna to Tanagra, from Athens
549. Mother, I Cannot Mind My Wheel
550. Well I Remember
551. No, My Own Love
552. Robert Browning
553. The Death of Artemidora
554. Iphigeneia
555. ‘Do You Remember Me?’
556. For an Epitaph at Fiesole
557. On Lucretia Borgia’s Hair
558. On His Seventy-Fifth Birthday
559. To My Ninth Decade
560. Death Stands Above Me
561. On Living Too Long
Thomas Hood. 562. Fair Ines
563. The Bridge of Sighs
564. The Death Bed
565. Past and Present
Sir Aubrey De Vere. 566. Glengariff
Hartley Coleridge. 567. She is Not Fair
Joseph Blanco White. 568. To Night
George Darley. 569. The Loveliness of Love
Thomas Babington Macaulay, Lord Macaulay. 570. The Armada
571. A Jacobite’s Epitaph
Sir William Edmondstoune Aytoun. 572. The Refusal of Charon
Hugh Miller. 573. The Babie
Helen Selina, Lady Dufferin. 574. Lament of the Irish Emigrant
Charles Tennyson Turner. 575. Letty’s Globe
Sir Samuel Ferguson. 576. The Fair Hills of Ireland
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 577. A Musical Instrument
 Sonnets from the Portuguese
578.   I
579.   II
580.   III
581.   IV
582.   V
583.   VI
584.   VII
585.   VIII
586.   IX
587.   X
588.   XI
589.   XII
590.   XIII
591.   XIV
592.   XV
593.   XVI
594.   XVII
595.   XVIII
596.   XIX
597.   XX
598.   XXI
599.   XXII
600.   XXIII
601.   XXIV
602.   XXV
603.   XXVI
604.   XXVII
605.   XXVIII
606.   XXIX
607.   XXX
608.   XXXI
609.   XXXII
610.   XXXIII
611.   XXXIV
612.   XXXV
613.   XXXVI
614.   XXXVII
615.   XXXVIII
616.   XXXIX
617.   XL
618.   XLI
619.   XLII
620.   XLIII
621.   XLIV
622. The Sleep
Edward Fitzgerald. 623. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam of Naishapur

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