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The complete poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Label
The complete poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Title
The complete poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
821.82
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR4180
LC item number
.F00a
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
The Cambridge edition of the poets, edited by H.E. Scudder
Label
The complete poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Edition of 1974 published under title: The poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Engraved t.p
  • Edited by Harriet Waters Preston
  • LC copy 2 forms part of the personal library materials in the Joseph and Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection.
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Seraphim -- The Poet's Vow -- The Romaunt of Margret -- Isobel's Child -- A Romance of the Ganges -- The Island -- The Deserted Garden -- The Soul's Travelling -- Sounds -- Night and the Merry Man -- Earth and Her Praisers -- The Virgin Mary to the Child Jesus -- To Bettine -- Felicia Hemans -- Memory and Hope -- The Sleep -- Man and Nature -- A Sea-Side Walk -- The Sea-Mew -- The Little Friend -- My Doves -- To Mary Russell Mitford -- The Student -- The Exile's Return -- A Song Against Singing -- Stanzas -- The Young Queen -- Victoria's Tears -- Vanities -- Bereavement -- Consolation -- A Supplication for Love, Hymn I -- The Mediator, Hymn II -- The Weeping Saviour, Hymn III -- The Measure, Hymn IV -- Cowper's Grave -- The Weakest Thing -- The Pet-Name -- 'Since Withouth Thee We Do No Good' -- Queen Annelida and False Arcite -- The Complaint of Annelida to False Arcite -- A Drama of Exile -- The Soul's Expression -- The Seraph and Poet -- On a Portrait of Wordsworth by B.R. Haydon -- Past and Future -- Irreparableness -- Tears -- Grief -- Substitution -- Comfort -- Perplexed Music -- Work -- Futurity -- The Two Sayings -- The Look
  • The Meaning of the Look -- A Thought for a Lonely Deathbed -- Work and Contemplation -- Pain in Pleasure -- An Apprehension -- Discontent -- Patience Taught by Nature -- Cheerfulness Taught by Reason -- Exaggeration -- Adequacy -- To George Sand-A Desire -- To George Sand-A Recognition -- The Prisoner -- Insufficiency -- The Romance of the Page -- The Lay of the Brown Rosary -- The Mourning Mother -- A Valediction -- Lady Geraldine's Courtship -- A Vision of the Poets -- Rhyme of the Duchess May -- The Lady's 'Yes' -- The Poet and the Bird -- The Lost Bower -- A Child Asleep -- The Cry of the Children -- Crowned and Wedded -- Crowned and Buried -- To Flush, My Dog -- The Fourfold Aspect -- A Flower in a Letter -- The Cry of the Human -- A Lay of the Early Rose -- Bertha in the Lane -- That Day -- Loved Once -- A Rhapsody of Life's Progress -- L.E.L.'s Last Question -- The House of Clouds -- Catarina to Camoens -- A Portrait -- Sleeping and Watching -- Wine of Cyprus -- The Romance of the Swan's Nest -- Lessons from the Gorse -- The Dead Pan -- The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point -- Hector in the Garden -- Flush or Faunus -- Finite and Infinite
  • Two Sketches -- Mountaineer and Poet -- The Poet -- Hiram Powers' 'Greek Slave' -- Life -- Love -- Heaven and Earth -- The Prospect -- Hugh Stuart Boyd -- Confessions -- A Sabbath Morning at Sea -- The Mask -- Calls on the Heart -- Wisdom Unapplied -- Human Life's Mystery -- A Child's Thought of God -- The Claim -- A Dead Rose -- A Woman's Shortcomings -- A Man's Requirements -- A Year's Spinning -- Change upon Change -- A Reed -- A Child's Grave at Florence -- Life and Love -- A Denial -- Proof and Disproof -- Question and Answer -- Inclusions -- Insufficiency -- Sonnets from the Portuguese -- Casa Guidi Windows -- Aurora Leigh -- Napoleon III in Italy -- The Dance -- A Tale of Villafranca -- A Court Lady -- An August Voice -- Christmas Gifts -- Italy and the World -- A Curse for a Nation -- Little Mattie -- A False Step -- Void in Law -- Lord Walter's Wife -- Bianca Among the Nightingales -- My Kate -- A Song for the Ragged Schools of London -- May's Love -- Amy's Cruelty -- My Heart and I -- The Best Thing in the World -- Where's Agnes? -- De Profundis -- A Musical Instrument -- First News from Villafranca
  • King Victor Emanuel Entering Florence, April, 1860 -- The Sword of Castruccio Castracani -- Summing up in Italy -- 'Died ... ' -- The Forced Recruit -- Garibaldi -- Only a Curl -- A View Across the Roman Campagna -- The King's Gift -- Parting Lovers -- Mother and Poet -- Nature's Remorses -- The North and the South -- Prometheus Bound -- A Lament for Adonis, from the Greek of Bion -- Song of the Rose, attributed to Sappho -- The Cyclops -- Psyche Gazing on Cupid -- Psyche Wafted by Zephyrus -- Psyche and Pan -- Psyche Propitiating Ceres -- Psyche and the Eagle -- Psyche and Cerberus -- Psyche and Proserpine -- Psyche and Venus -- Mercury Carries Psyche to Olympus -- Marriage of Psyche and Cupid -- How Bacchus Finds Ariadne sleeping -- How Bacchus comforts Ariadne -- Bacchus and Ariadne -- Aurora and Tithonus -- Hector and Andromache -- The Daughters of Pandarus -- Another Version -- Ode to the Swallow -- The Last Translation
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
Cambridge ed.
Extent
xviii, 530 pages
Lccn
00005914
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
ocm00475081
Label
The complete poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Publication
Note
  • Edition of 1974 published under title: The poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Engraved t.p
  • Edited by Harriet Waters Preston
  • LC copy 2 forms part of the personal library materials in the Joseph and Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection.
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Seraphim -- The Poet's Vow -- The Romaunt of Margret -- Isobel's Child -- A Romance of the Ganges -- The Island -- The Deserted Garden -- The Soul's Travelling -- Sounds -- Night and the Merry Man -- Earth and Her Praisers -- The Virgin Mary to the Child Jesus -- To Bettine -- Felicia Hemans -- Memory and Hope -- The Sleep -- Man and Nature -- A Sea-Side Walk -- The Sea-Mew -- The Little Friend -- My Doves -- To Mary Russell Mitford -- The Student -- The Exile's Return -- A Song Against Singing -- Stanzas -- The Young Queen -- Victoria's Tears -- Vanities -- Bereavement -- Consolation -- A Supplication for Love, Hymn I -- The Mediator, Hymn II -- The Weeping Saviour, Hymn III -- The Measure, Hymn IV -- Cowper's Grave -- The Weakest Thing -- The Pet-Name -- 'Since Withouth Thee We Do No Good' -- Queen Annelida and False Arcite -- The Complaint of Annelida to False Arcite -- A Drama of Exile -- The Soul's Expression -- The Seraph and Poet -- On a Portrait of Wordsworth by B.R. Haydon -- Past and Future -- Irreparableness -- Tears -- Grief -- Substitution -- Comfort -- Perplexed Music -- Work -- Futurity -- The Two Sayings -- The Look
  • The Meaning of the Look -- A Thought for a Lonely Deathbed -- Work and Contemplation -- Pain in Pleasure -- An Apprehension -- Discontent -- Patience Taught by Nature -- Cheerfulness Taught by Reason -- Exaggeration -- Adequacy -- To George Sand-A Desire -- To George Sand-A Recognition -- The Prisoner -- Insufficiency -- The Romance of the Page -- The Lay of the Brown Rosary -- The Mourning Mother -- A Valediction -- Lady Geraldine's Courtship -- A Vision of the Poets -- Rhyme of the Duchess May -- The Lady's 'Yes' -- The Poet and the Bird -- The Lost Bower -- A Child Asleep -- The Cry of the Children -- Crowned and Wedded -- Crowned and Buried -- To Flush, My Dog -- The Fourfold Aspect -- A Flower in a Letter -- The Cry of the Human -- A Lay of the Early Rose -- Bertha in the Lane -- That Day -- Loved Once -- A Rhapsody of Life's Progress -- L.E.L.'s Last Question -- The House of Clouds -- Catarina to Camoens -- A Portrait -- Sleeping and Watching -- Wine of Cyprus -- The Romance of the Swan's Nest -- Lessons from the Gorse -- The Dead Pan -- The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point -- Hector in the Garden -- Flush or Faunus -- Finite and Infinite
  • Two Sketches -- Mountaineer and Poet -- The Poet -- Hiram Powers' 'Greek Slave' -- Life -- Love -- Heaven and Earth -- The Prospect -- Hugh Stuart Boyd -- Confessions -- A Sabbath Morning at Sea -- The Mask -- Calls on the Heart -- Wisdom Unapplied -- Human Life's Mystery -- A Child's Thought of God -- The Claim -- A Dead Rose -- A Woman's Shortcomings -- A Man's Requirements -- A Year's Spinning -- Change upon Change -- A Reed -- A Child's Grave at Florence -- Life and Love -- A Denial -- Proof and Disproof -- Question and Answer -- Inclusions -- Insufficiency -- Sonnets from the Portuguese -- Casa Guidi Windows -- Aurora Leigh -- Napoleon III in Italy -- The Dance -- A Tale of Villafranca -- A Court Lady -- An August Voice -- Christmas Gifts -- Italy and the World -- A Curse for a Nation -- Little Mattie -- A False Step -- Void in Law -- Lord Walter's Wife -- Bianca Among the Nightingales -- My Kate -- A Song for the Ragged Schools of London -- May's Love -- Amy's Cruelty -- My Heart and I -- The Best Thing in the World -- Where's Agnes? -- De Profundis -- A Musical Instrument -- First News from Villafranca
  • King Victor Emanuel Entering Florence, April, 1860 -- The Sword of Castruccio Castracani -- Summing up in Italy -- 'Died ... ' -- The Forced Recruit -- Garibaldi -- Only a Curl -- A View Across the Roman Campagna -- The King's Gift -- Parting Lovers -- Mother and Poet -- Nature's Remorses -- The North and the South -- Prometheus Bound -- A Lament for Adonis, from the Greek of Bion -- Song of the Rose, attributed to Sappho -- The Cyclops -- Psyche Gazing on Cupid -- Psyche Wafted by Zephyrus -- Psyche and Pan -- Psyche Propitiating Ceres -- Psyche and the Eagle -- Psyche and Cerberus -- Psyche and Proserpine -- Psyche and Venus -- Mercury Carries Psyche to Olympus -- Marriage of Psyche and Cupid -- How Bacchus Finds Ariadne sleeping -- How Bacchus comforts Ariadne -- Bacchus and Ariadne -- Aurora and Tithonus -- Hector and Andromache -- The Daughters of Pandarus -- Another Version -- Ode to the Swallow -- The Last Translation
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
Cambridge ed.
Extent
xviii, 530 pages
Lccn
00005914
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
ocm00475081

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