Romantic Poetry of the Early Nineteenth Century

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Arthur Beatty
C. Scribner's sons, 1928 - English poetry - 546 pages

Contents

IntroductionArthur Beatty
2
We are Seven
9
There was a Boy
31
Three years she grew in sun and shower
37
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey
45
The Solitary Reaper
51
The world is too much with us
53
Expostulation and Reply 58 ARCTOBER
59
When We Two Parted
281
So Well Go No More A Roving
288
Stanzas for Music There be none of Beautys
305
Don Juan
339
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
364
Alastor or The Spirit of Solitude
372
Adonais
395
Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
416

The Two April Mornings
65
Character of the Happy Warrior
72
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84
Sibylline Leaves
118
France An Ode
128
To William Wordsworth
134
An Ode
141
Youth and Age
149
Christabel
174
The Ruined Cottage
199
The Cataract of Lodore
205
The Inchcape Rock
223
SIR WALTER SCOTT
230
The Violet
249
Coronach Lady of the Lake
255
And what though winter Old Mortality
261
The Twa Corbies
271
Lines Written Among the Euganean Hills
420
Stanzas Written in Dejection near Naples
431
An Exhortation
438
The Question
448
Mutability
454
To Jane the Invitation
460
The Keen Stars Were Twinkling
468
JOHN KEATS
472
The Eve of St Agnes
486
Ode
501
To Fancy
507
To Autumn
514
Hyperion Book I
520
On the Sea
531
INDEX OF TITLES
539
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