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A legendary bestseller for more than forty years, this is the classic survey to the field from the Middle Ages to the twenty-first century. With 274 authors, the Eighth Edition deepens its representation of essential works in all genres, ranging from Seamas Heaney's award-winning translation of Beowulf, Milton's Paradise Lost, and More's Utopia to the great poets and prose writers of the nineteenth century--Blake and Austen, Wordsworth and Byron, Tennyson and Barrett Browning--to twentieth-century classics of a truly global English literature--Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Woolf's A Room of One's Own, Achebe's Things Fall Apart, and Friel's Translations, to name but a few. Color plates--over 75 in all--and thematic clusters of brief and historically significant texts bring to life the cultural concerns of each period. Concise glosses and annotations, period introductions, biographical headnotes, timelines, and selected bibliographies help readers understand and enjoy the rich diversity of English literature.

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저자 : Greenblatt, Stephen (EDT)
Stephen Greenblatt (Ph.D. Yale) is Cogan University Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University. Also General Editor of The Norton Shakespeare, he is the author of eleven books, including The Swerve: How the World Became Modern; Shakespeare’s Freedom; Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare; Hamlet in Purgatory; Practicing New Historicism; Marvelous Possessions: The Wonder of the New World; and Learning to Curse: Essays in Early Modern Culture. He has edited seven collections of criticism, including Cultural Mobility: A Manifesto, and is a founding coeditor of the journal Representations. His honors include the MLA’s James Russell Lowell Prize for Shakespearean Negotiations: The Circulation of Social Energy in Renaissance England, the Distinguished Humanist Award from the Mellon Foundation, the Wilbur Cross Medal from the Yale University Graduate School, the William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre, the Erasmus Institute Prize, two Guggenheim Fellowships, and the Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of California, Berkeley. He was president of the Modern Language Association of America and is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

저자 : Abrams, M. H. (EDT)
M. H. Abrams (Ph.D. Harvard) is Class of 1916 Professor of English, Emeritus at Cornell University. He received the Phi Beta Kappa Christian Gauss Prize for The Mirror and the Lamp and the MLA’s James Russell Lowell Prize for Natural Supernaturalism. He is also the author of The Milk of Paradise, A Glossary of Literary Terms, The Correspondent Breeze, and Doing Things with Texts. He is the recipient of Guggenheim, Ford Foundation, and Rockefeller Postwar fellowships, the Award in Humanistic Studies from the Academy of Arts and Sciences (1984), the Distinguished Scholar Award by the Keats-Shelley Society (1987), and the Award for Literature by the American Academy of Arts and Letters (1990). In 1999 The Mirror and the Lamp was ranked twenty-fifth among the Modern Library’s "100 best nonfiction books written in English during the twentieth century."

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PREFACE TO THE EIGHTH EDITION xxxiii
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xliii
The Romantic Period (1785-1830)
Introduction 1(22)
Timeline 23(3)
ANNA LETITIA BARBAULD (1743-1825) 26(13)
The Mouse's Petition 27(1)
An Inventory of the Furniture in Dr. Priestley's Study 28(1)
A Summer Evening's Meditation 29(3)
Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq. on the Rejection of the Bill for Abolishing the Slave Trade 32(3)
The Rights of Woman 35(1)
To a Little Invisible Being Who Is Expected Soon to Become Visible 36(1)
Washing-Day 37(2)
CHARLOTTE SMITH (1749-1806) 39(27)
ELEGIAC SONNETS 40(26)
Written at the Close of Spring 40(1)
To Sleep 40(1)
To Night 40(1)
Written in the Church-Yard at Middleton in Sussex 41(1)
On Being Cautioned against Walking on an Headland Overlooking the Sea, Because It Was Frequented by a Lunatic 41(1)
The Sea View 42(1)
The Emigrants 42(5)
Beachy Head 47(19)
MARY ROBINSON (1757?-1800) 66(10)
January, 1795 68(1)
London's Summer Morning 69(1)
The Camp 70(1)
The Poor Singing Dame 71(1)
The Haunted Beach 72(2)
To the Poet Coleridge 74(2)
WILLIAM BLAKE (1757-1827) 76(53)
All Religions Are One 79(1)
There Is No Natural Religion [a] 80(1)
There Is No Natural Religion [b] 80(1)
SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE 81(41)
Songs of Innocence 81(6)
Introduction 81(1)
The Ecchoing Green 82(1)
The Lamb 83(1)
The Little Black Boy 84(1)
The Chimney Sweeper 85(1)
The Divine Image 85(1)
Holy Thursday 86(1)
Nurse's Song 86(1)
Infant Joy 87(1)
Songs of Experience 87(10)
Introduction 87(1)
Earth's Answer 88(1)
The Clod & the Pebble 89(1)
Holy Thursday 90(1)
The Chimney Sweeper 90(1)
Nurse's Song 90(1)
The Sick Rose 91(1)
The Fly 91(1)
The Tyger 92(1)
My Pretty Rose Tree 93(1)
Ah Sun-flower 93(1)
The Garden of Love 94(1)
London 94(1)
The Human Abstract 95(1)
Infant Sorrow 95(1)
A Poison Tree 96(1)
To Tirzah 96(1)
A Divine Image 97(1)
The Book of Thel 97(5)
Visions of the Daughters of Albion 102(8)
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 110(11)
A Song of Liberty 121(1)
BLAKE'S NOTEBOOK 122(1)
Mock on, Mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau 122(1)
Never pain to tell thy love 122(1)
I ask? a thief 123(1)
And did those feet 123(1)
From A Vision of the Last Judgment 124(2)
Two Letters on Sight and Vision 126(3)
ROBERT BURNS (1759-1796) 129(19)
Green grow the rashes 131(1)
Holy Willie's Prayer 132(3)
To a Mouse 135(1)
To a Louse 136(1)
Auld Lang Syne 137(1)
Afton Water 138(1)
Tam o' Shanter: A Tale 139(5)
Such a parcel of rogues in a nation 144(1)
Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn 145(1)
A Red, Red Rose 145(1)
Song: For a' that and a' that 146(2)
THE REVOLUTION CONTROVERSY AND THE "SPIRIT OF THE AGE" 148(19)
RICHARD PRICE: From A Discourse on the Love of Our Country 149(3)
EDMUND BURKE: From Reflections on the Revolution in France 152(6)
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT: From A Vindication of the Rights of Men 158(5)
THOMAS PAINE: From Rights of Man 163(4)
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT (1759-1797) 167(45)
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman 170(25)
Introduction 170(4)
Chap. 2. The Prevailing Opinion of a Sexual Character Discussed 174(15)
From Chap. 4. Observations on the State of Degradation... 189(6)
Letters Written during a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark 195(17)
Advertisement 196(1)
Letter 1 196(6)
Letter 4 202(2)
Letter 8 204(4)
Letter 19 208(4)
JOANNA BAILLIE (1762-1851) 212(14)
A Winter's Day 213(7)
A Mother to Her Waking Infant 220(1)
Up! quit thy bower 221(1)
Song: Woo'd and married and a' 222(1)
Address to a Steam Vessel 223(3)
MARIA EDGEWORTH (1768-1849) 226(17)
The Irish Incognito 228(15)
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH (1770-1850) 243(146)
LYRICAL BALLADS 245(72)
Simon Lee 245(3)
We Are Seven 248(2)
Lines Written in Early Spring 250(1)
Expostulation and Reply 250(1)
The Tables Turned. 251(1)
The Thorn 252(6)
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey 258(4)
Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802) 262(12)
[The Subject and Language of Poetry] 263(6)
["What Is a Poet?"] 269(4)
["Emotion Recollected in Tranquillity"] 273(1)
Strange fits of passion have I known 274(1)
She dwelt among the untrodden ways 275(1)
Three years she grew 275(1)
A slumber did my spirit seal 276(1)
I travelled among unknown men 277(1)
Lucy Gray 277(2)
Nutting 279(1)
The Ruined Cottage 280(12)
Michael 292(10)
Resolution and Independence 302(3)
I wandered lonely as a cloud 305(1)
My heart leaps up 306(1)
Ode: Intimations of Immortality 306(6)
Ode to Duty 312(2)
The Solitary Reaper 314(1)
Elegiac Stanzas 315(2)
SONNETS 317(4)
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 317(1)
It is a beauteous evening 317(1)
To Toussaint l'Ouverture 318(1)
September 1st, 1802 318(1)
London, 1802 319(1)
The world is too much with us 319(1)
Surprised by joy 320(1)
Mutability 320(1)
Steamboats, Viaducts, and Railways 320(1)
Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg 321(1)
The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind 322(67)
Book First. Introduction, Childhood, and School-time 324(14)
Book Second. School-time continued 338(10)
Book Third. Residence at Cambridge 348(4)
[Arrival at St. John's College. "The Glory of My Youth"] 348(4)
Book Fourth. Summer Vacation 352(5)
[The Walks with His Terrier. The Circuit of the Lake] 352(2)
[The Walk Home from the Dance. The Discharged Soldier] 354(3)
Book Fifth. Books 357(4)
[The Dream of the Arab] 357(2)
[The Boy of Winander] 359(2)
["The Mystery of Words"' 361(1)
Book Sixth. Cambridge, and the Alps 361(3)
["Human Nature Seeming Born Again"] 361(1)
[Crossing Simplon Pass] 362(2)
Book Seventh. Residence in London 364(3)
[The Blind Beggar. Bartholomew Fair] 364(3)
Book Eighth. Retrospect, Love of Nature leading to Love of Man 367(1)
[The Shepherd in the Mist] 367(1)
Book Ninth. Residence in France 368(3)
[Paris and Orleans. Becomes a "Patriot"] 368(3)
Book Tenth. France continued 371(3)
[The Revolution: Paris and England] 371(2)
[The Reign of Terror. Nightmares] 373(1)
Book Eleventh. France, concluded 374(4)
[Retrospect: "Bliss Was It in That Dawn." Recourse to "Reason's Naked Self"] 374(4)
[Crisis, Breakdown, and Recovery] 378(1)
Book Twelfth. Imagination and Taste, how impaired and restored 378(3)
[Spots of Time] 378(3)
Book Thirteenth. Subject concluded 381(4)
[Poetry of "Unassuming Things"] 381(1)
[Discovery of His Poetic Subject. Salisbury Plain. Sight of "a New World"] 382(3)
Book Fourteenth. Conclusion 385(26)
[The Vision on Mount Snowdon] 385(2)
[Conclusion: "The Mind of Man"] 387(2)
DOROTHY WORDSWORTH (1771-1855) 389(17)
From The Alfoxden Journal 390(2)
From The Grasmere Journals 392(10)
Grasmere? Fragment 402(2)
Thoughts on My Sick-Bed 404(2)
SIR WALTER SCOTT (1771-1832) 406(18)
The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Introduction 407(3)
Proud Maisie 410(1)
REDGAUNTLET 411(13)
Wandering Willie's Tale 411(13)
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE (1772-1834) 424(67)
The Eolian Harp 426(2)
This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison 428(2)
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner 430(16)
Kubla Khan 446(3)
Christabel 449(15)
Frost at Midnight 464(2)
Dejection: An Ode 466(3)
The Pains of Sleep 469(2)
To William Wordsworth 471(2)
Epitaph 473(1)
Biographia Literaria 474(11)
Chapter 4 474(3)
[Mr. Wordsworth's earlier poems] 474(2)
[On fancy and imagination?he investigation of the distinction important to the fine arts] 476(1)
Chapter 13 477(1)
[On the imagination, or esemplastic power] 477(1)
Chapter 14. Occasion of the Lyrical Ballads, and the objects originally proposed?reface to the second edition?he ensuing controversy, its causes and acrimony?hilosophic definitions of a poem and poetry with scholia. 478(5)
Chapter 17 483(2)
[Examination of the tenets peculiar to Mr. Wordsworth] 483(1)
[Rustic life (above all, low and rustic life) especially unfavorable to the formation of a human diction?he best parts of language the products of philosophers, not clowns or shepherds] 483(1)
[The language of Milton as much the language of real life, yea, incomparably more so than that of the cottager] 484(1)
Lectures on Shakespeare 485(3)
[Fancy and Imagination in Shakespeare's Poetry] 485(2)
[Mechanic vs. Organic Form] 487(1)
The Statesman's Manual 488(3)
[On Symbol and Allegory] 488(2)
[The Satanic Hero] 490(1)
CHARLES LAMB (1775-1834) 491(23)
From On the Tragedies of Shakespeare, Considered with Reference to Their Fitness for Stage Representation 493(3)
Christ's Hospital Five-and-Thirty Years Ago 496(9)
Detached Thoughts on Books and Reading 505(5)
Old China 510(4)
JANE AUSTEN (1775-1817) 514(23)
Love and Friendship: A Novel in a Series of Letters 515(20)
Plan of a Novel, According to Hints from Various Quarters 535(2)
WILLIAM HAZLITT (1778-1830) 537(17)
On Gusto 538(3)
My First Acquaintance with Poets 541(13)
THOMAS DE QUINCEY (1785-1859) 554(23)
Confessions of an English Opium-Eater 556(13)
Preliminary Confessions 556(3)
[The Prostitute Ann] 556(3)
Introduction to the Pains of Opium 559(1)
[The Malay] 559(1)
The Pains of Opium 560(12)
[Opium Reveries and Dreams] 560(9)
On the Knocking at the Gate in Macbeth 569(3)
Alexander Pope 572(5)
[The Literature of Knowledge and the Literature of Power] 572(5)
THE GOTHIC AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MASS READERSHIP 577(30)
HORACE WALPOLE: From The Castle of Otranto 579(3)
ANNA LETITIA AIKIN (later BARBAULD) and JOHN AIKIN: On the Pleasure Derived from Objects of Terror; with Sir Bertrand, a Fragment 582(5)
WILLIAM BECKFORD: From Vathek 587(5)
ANN RADCLIFFE 592(3)
From The Romance of the Forest 592(2)
From The Mysteries of Udolpho 594(1)
MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS: From The Monk 595(5)
ANONYMOUS: Terrorist Novel Writing 600(2)
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE 602(5)
From Review of The Monk by Matthew Lewis 602(4)
From Biographia Literaria 606(1)
GEORGE GORDON, LORD BYRON (1788-1824) 607(134)
Written after Swimming from Sestos to Abydos 611(1)
She walks in beauty 612(1)
They say that Hope is happiness 613(1)
When we two parted 613(1)
Stanzas for Music 614(1)
Darkness 614(2)
So, we'll go no more a roving 616(1)
CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE 617(52)
Canto 1 617(2)
["Sin's Long Labyrinth"] 617(2)
Canto 3 619(16)
["Once More Upon the Waters"] 619(3)
[Waterloo] 622(3)
[Napoleon] 625(3)
[Switzerland] 628(7)
Manfred 635(34)
DON JUAN 669(67)
Fragment 670(1)
Canto 1 670(27)
[Juan and Donna Julia] 670(27)
Canto 2 697(21)
[The Shipwreck] 697(7)
[Juan and Haidee] 704(14)
Canto 3 718(7)
[Juan and Haidee] 718(7)
Canto 4 725(9)
[Juan and Haidee] 725(9)
Stanzas Written on the Road between Florence and Pisa 734(1)
January 22nd. Missolonghi 735(1)
LETTERS 736(5)
To Thomas Moore (Jan. 28, 1817) 736(2)
To Douglas Kinnaird (Oct. 26, 1819) 738(2)
To Percy Bysshe Shelley (Apr. 26, 1821) 740(1)
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY (1792-1822) 741(109)
Mutability 744(1)
To Wordsworth 744(1)
Alastor; or, The Spirit of Solitude 745(17)
Mont Blanc 762(4)
Hymn to Intellectual Beauty 766(2)
Ozymandias 768(1)
Stanzas Written in Dejection?ecember 1818, near Naples 769(1)
A Song: "Men of England" 770(1)
England in 1819 771(1)
To Sidmouth and Castlereagh 771(1)
To William Shelley 772(1)
Ode to the West Wind 772(3)
Prometheus Unbound 775(40)
Preface 775(4)
Act 1 779(23)
Act 2 802(1)
Scene 4 802(4)
Scene 5 806(3)
Act 3 809(1)
Scene 1 809(2)
From Scene 4 811(3)
From Act 4 814(1)
The Cloud 815(2)
To a Sky-Lark 817(2)
To Night 819(1)
To-[Music, when soft voices die] 820(1)
O World, O Life, O Time 820(1)
Chorus from Hellas 821(1)
The world's great age 821(1)
Adonais 822(14)
When the lamp is shattered 836(1)
To Jane (The keen stars were twinkling) 836(1)
From A Defence of Poetry 837(13)
JOHN CLARE (1793-1864) 850(14)
The Nightingale's Nest 851(2)
Pastoral Poesy 853(3)
[Mouse's Nest] 856(1)
A Vision 856(1)
I Am 857(1)
An Invite to Eternity 858(1)
Clock a Clay 859(1)
The Peasant Poet 859(1)
Song [I hid my love] 860(1)
Song [I peeled bits o' straws] 860(1)
From Autobiographical Fragments 861(3)
FELICIA DOROTHEA HEMANS (1793-1835) 864(14)
England's Dead 865(2)
The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England 867(1)
Casabianca 868(2)
The Homes of England 870(1)
Corinne at the Capitol 871(1)
A Spirit's Return 872(6)
JOHN KEATS (1795-1821) 878(77)
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer 880(1)
Sleep and Poetry 881(2)
[O for Ten Years] 881(2)
On Seeing the Elgin Marbles 883(1)
Endymion: A Poetic Romance 883(4)
Preface 883(1)
Book 1 884(56)
[A Thing of Beauty] 884(1)
[The "Pleasure Thermometer"] 885(2)
On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once Again 887(1)
When I have fears that I may cease to be 888(1)
To Homer 888(1)
The Eve of St. Agnes 888(10)
Why did I laugh tonight? No voice will tell 898(1)
Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art 898(1)
La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad 899(1)
Sonnet to Sleep 900(1)
Ode to Psyche 901(2)
Ode to a Nightingale 903(2)
Ode on a Grecian Urn 905(1)
Ode on Melancholy 906(2)
Ode on Indolence 908(1)
Lamia 909(16)
To Autumn 925(1)
The Fall of Hyperion: A Dream 926(13)
This living hand, now warm and capable 939(1)
LETTERS 940(15)
To Benjamin Bailey (Nov. 22, 1817) 940(2)
To George and Thomas Keats (Dec. 21, 27 [N, 1817) 942(1)
To John Hamilton Reynolds (Feb. 3, 1818) 943(1)
To John Taylor (Feb. 27, 1818) 944(1)
To John Hamilton Reynolds (May 3, 1818) 945(2)
To Richard Woodhouse (Oct. 27, 1818) 947(1)
To George and Georgiana Keats (Feb. 14?ay 3, 1819) 948(4)
To Fanny Brawne (July 25, 1819) 952(1)
To Percy Bysshe Shelley (Aug. 16, 1820) 953(1)
To Charles Brown (Nov. 30, 1820) 954(1)
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY (1797-1851) 955(15)
The Last Man: Introduction 958(3)
The Mortal Immortal 961(9)
LETITIA ELIZABETH LANDON (1802-1838) 970(9)
The Proud Ladye 971(2)
Love's Last Lesson 973(3)
Revenge 976(1)
The Little Shroud 977(2)
The Victorian Age (1830-1901) 979(848)
Introduction 979(21)
Timeline 1000(2)
THOMAS CARLYLE (1795-1881) 1002(31)
Sartor Resartus 1006(18)
The Everlasting No 1006(5)
Centre of Indifference 1011(6)
The Everlasting Yea 1017(7)
Past and Present 1024(9)
Democracy 1024(5)
Captains of Industry 1029(4)
JOHN HENRY CARDINAL NEWMAN (1801-1890) 1033(10)
The Idea of a University 1035(8)
From Discourse 5. Knowledge Its Own End 1035(1)
From Discourse 7. Knowledge Viewed in Relation to Professional Skill 1036(5)
From Discourse 8. Knowledge Viewed in Relation to Religion 1041(2)
JOHN STUART MILL (1806-1873) 1043(34)
What Is Poetry? 1044(7)
On Liberty 1051(9)
From Chapter 3. Of Individuality as One of the Elements of Well-Being 1051(9)
The Subjection of Women 1060(10)
From Chapter 1 1061(9)
Autobiography 1070(7)
From Chapter 5. A Crisis in My Mental History. One Stage Onward 1070(7)
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING (1806-1861) 1077(32)
The Cry of the Children 1079(4)
To George Sand: A Desire 1083(1)
To George Sand: A Recognition 1083(1)
Sonnets from the Portuguese 1084(1)
21 ("Say over again, and yet once over again") 1084(1)
22 ("When our two souls stand up erect and strong") 1084(1)
32 ("The first time that the sun rose on thine oath") 1084(1)
43 ("How do I love thee? Let me count the ways") 1085(1)
The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point 1085(7)
Aurora Leigh 1092(14)
Book 1 1092(5)
[The Education of Aurora Leigh] 1092(5)
Book 2 1097(1)
[Aurora's Aspirations] 1097(3)
[Aurora's Rejection of Romney] 1100(4)
Book 5 1104(31)
[Poets and the Present Age] 1104(2)
Mother and Poet 1106(3)
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON (1809-1892) 1109(103)
Mariana 1112(2)
The Lady of Shalott 1114(5)
The Lotos-Eaters 1119(4)
Ulysses 1123(2)
Tithonus 1125(1)
Break, Break, Break 1126(1)
The Epic [Morte d'Arthur] 1127(2)
Locksley Hall 1129(6)
THE PRINCESS 1135(3)
Tears, Idle Tears 1135(1)
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal 1136(1)
["The woman's cause is man's"] 1136(2)
From In Memoriam A.H.H. 1138(50)
The Charge of the Light Brigade 1188(1)
IDYLLS OF THE KING 1189(22)
The Coming of Arthur 1190(11)
The Passing of Arthur 1201(10)
Crossing the Bar 1211(1)
EDWARD FITZGERALD (1809-1883) 1212(9)
Rub?y? of Omar Khayy? 1213(8)
ELIZABETH GASKELL (1810-1865) 1221(15)
The Old Nurse's Story 1222(14)
CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870) 1236(12)
A Visit to Newgate 1239(9)
ROBERT BROWNING (1812-1889) 1248(63)
Porphyria's Lover 1252(1)
Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister 1253(2)
My Last Duchess 1255(1)
The Lost Leader 1256(1)
How They Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix 1257(2)
The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church 1259(3)
A Toccata of Galuppi's 1262(2)
Love among the Ruins 1264(2)
"Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" 1266(5)
Fra Lippo Lippi 1271(9)
Andrea del Sarto 1280(6)
A Grammarian's Funeral 1286(3)
An Epistle Containing the Strange Medical Experience of Karshish, the Arab Physician 1289(7)
Caliban upon Setebos 1296(7)
Abt Vogler 1303(2)
Rabbi Ben Ezra 1305(6)
EMILY BRONT?(1818-1848) 1311(6)
I'm happiest when most away 1311(1)
The Night-Wind 1312(1)
Remembrance 1313(1)
Stars 1314(1)
The Prisoner. A Fragment 1315(2)
No coward soul is mine 1317(1)
JOHN RUSKIN (1819-1900) 1317(17)
Modern Painters 1320(4)
[A Definition of Greatness in Art] 1320(1)
["The Slave Ship"] 1321(1)
From Of the Pathetic Fallacy 1322(2)
The Stones of Venice 1324(10)
[The Savageness of Gothic Architecture] 1324(10)
GEORGE ELIOT (1819-1880) 1334(16)
Margaret Fuller and Mary Wollstonecraft 1337(5)
From Silly Novels by Lady Novelists 1342(8)
MATTHEW ARNOLD (1822-1888) 1350(77)
Isolation. To Marguerite 1354(1)
To Marguerite?ontinued 1355(1)
The Buried Life 1356(2)
Memorial Verses 1358(2)
Lines Written in Kensington Gardens 1360(1)
The Scholar Gypsy 1361(7)
Dover Beach 1368(1)
Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse 1369(5)
Preface to Poems (1853) 1374(10)
From The Function of Criticism at the Present Time 1384(14)
Culture and Anarchy 1398(6)
From Chapter 1. Sweetness and Light 1398(1)
From Chapter 2. Doing As One Likes 1399(3)
From Chapter 5. Porro Unum Est Necessarium 1402(2)
From The Study of Poetry 1404(11)
Literature and Science 1415(12)
THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY (1825-1895) 1427(13)
Science and Culture 1429(7)
[The Values of Education in the Sciences] 1429(7)
Agnosticism and Christianity 1436(4)
[Agnosticism Defined] 1436(4)
GEORGE MEREDITH (1828-1909) 1440(2)
Modern Love 1440(1)
1 ("By this he knew she wept with waking eyes") 1440(1)
2 ("It ended, and the morrow brought the task") 1440(1)
17 ("At dinner, she is hostess, I am host") 1441(1)
49 ("He found her by the ocean's moaning verge") 1441(1)
50 ("Thus piteously Love closed what he begat") 1441(1)
DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI (1828-1882) 1442(17)
The Blessed Damozel 1443(4)
My Sister's Sleep 1447(2)
Jenny 1449(8)
The House of Life 1457(2)
The Sonnet 1457(1)
Nuptial Sleep 1458(1)
19. Silent Noon 1458(1)
77. Soul's Beauty 1458(1)
78. Body's Beauty 1459(1)
CHRISTINA ROSSETTI (1830-1894) 1459(22)
Song ("She sat and sang alway") 1460(1)
Song ("When I am dead, my dearest") 1461(1)
After Death 1461(1)
Dead before Death 1462(1)
Cobwebs 1462(1)
A Triad 1462(1)
In an Artist's Studio 1463(1)
A Birthday 1463(1)
An Apple-Gathering 1464(1)
Winter: My Secret 1464(1)
Up-Hill 1465(1)
Goblin Market 1466(12)
"No, Thank You, John" 1478(1)
Promises Like Pie-Crust 1479(1)
In Progress 1479(1)
A Life's Parallels 1480(1)
Later Life 1480(1)
17 ("Something this foggy day, a something which") 1480(1)
Cardinal Newman 1480(1)
Sleeping at Last 1481(1)
WILLIAM MORRIS (1834-1896) 1481(13)
The Defence of Guenevere 1483(8)
How I Became a Socialist 1491(3)
ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE (1837-1909) 1494(11)
Hymn to Proserpine 1496(3)
Hermaphroditus 1499(1)
Ave atque Vale 1500(5)
WALTER PATER (1839-1894) 1505(8)
Studies in the History of the Renaissance 1507(6)
Preface 1507(3)
["La Gioconda"] 1510(1)
Conclusion 1511(2)
GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS (1844-1889) 1513(14)
God's Grandeur 1516(1)
The Starlight Night 1516(1)
As Kingfishers Catch Fire 1517(1)
Spring 1517(1)
The Windhover 1518(1)
Pied Beauty 1518(1)
Hurrahing in Harvest 1519(1)
Binsey Poplars 1519(1)
Duns Scotus's Oxford 1520(1)
Felix Randal 1520(1)
Spring and Fall: to a young child 1521(1)
[Carrion Comfort] 1521(1)
No worst, there is none 1522(1)
I wake and feel the fell of dark, not day 1522(1)
That Nature Is a Heraclitean Fire 1523(1)
Thou art indeed just, Lord 1524(1)
From Journal 1524(3)
LIGHT VERSE 1527(11)
EDWARD LEAR (1812-1888) 1527(2)
Limerick ("There was an Old Man who supposed") 1528(1)
The Jumblies 1528(1)
LEWIS CARROLL (1832-1898) 1529(5)
Jabberwocky 1530(1)
[Humpty Dumpty's Explication of "Jabberwocky"] 1530(2)
The White Knight's Song 1532(2)
W.S. GILBERT (1836-1911) 1534(4)
When I, Good Friends, Was Called to the Bar 1534(1)
If You're Anxious for to Shine in the High Aesthetic Line 1534(4)
VICTORIAN ISSUES 1538(97)
EVOLUTION 1538(18)
Charles Darwin: The Origin of Species 1539(6)
From Chapter 3. Struggle for Existence 1539(2)
From Chapter 15. Recapitulation and Conclusion 1541(4)
Charles Darwin: The Descent of Man 1545(4)
[Natural Selection and Sexual Selection] 1546(3)
Leonard Huxley: The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley 1549(4)
[The Huxley-Wilberforce Debate at Oxford] 1550(3)
Sir Edmund Gosse: From Father and Son 1553(3)
INDUSTRIALISM: PROGRESS OR DECLINE? 1556(25)
Thomas Babington Macaulay: A Review of Southey's Colloquies 1557(6)
[Evidence of Progress] 1557(6)
The Children's Employment Commission: From First Report of the Commissioners, Mines 1563(2)
[Child Mine-Worker in Yorkshire] 1563(2)
Friedrich Engels: From The Great Towns 1565(7)
Charles Kingsley: Alton Locke 1572(1)
[A London Slum] 1572(1)
Charles Dickens: Hard Times 1573(1)
[Coketown] 1573(1)
Anonymous: Poverty Knock 1574(2)
Henry Mayhew: London Labour and the London Poor 1576(1)
[Boy Inmate of the Casual Wards] 1576(1)
Annie Besant: The "White Slavery" of London Match Workers 1577(2)
Ada Nield Chew: A Living Wage for Factory Girls at Crewe 1579(2)
THE "WOMAN QUESTION": THE VICTORIAN DEBATE ABOUT GENDER 1581(26)
Sarah Stickney Ellis: The Women of England: Their Social Duties and Domestic Habits 1583(2)
[Disinterested Kindness] 1584(1)
Coventry Patmore: The Angel in the House 1585(2)
The Paragon 1586(1)
John Ruskin: From Of Queens' Gardens 1587(2)
Harriet Martineau: From Autobiography 1589(3)
Anonymous: The Great Social Evil 1592(4)
Dinah Maria Mulock: A Woman's Thoughts about Women 1596(2)
[Something to Do] 1596(2)
Florence Nightingale: Cassandra 1598(3)
[Nothing to Do] 1598(3)
Mona Caird: From Marriage 1601(4)
Walter Besant: The Queen's Reign 1605(2)
[The Transformation of Women's Status between 1837 and 1897] 1605(2)
EMPIRE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY 1607(28)
Thomas Babington Macaulay: Minute on Indian Education 1610(2)
William Howard Russell: My Diary in India, In the Year 1858-9 1612(3)
Eliza Cook: The Englishman 1615(1)
Charles Mackay: Songs from "The Emigrants" 1616(2)
Anonymous: [Proclamation of an Irish Republic] 1618(1)
Matthew Arnold: From On the Study of Celtic Literature 1619(2)
James Anthony Froude: From The English in the West Indies 1621(3)
John Jacob Thomas: Froudacity 1624(1)
From Social Revolution 1624(1)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Opening of the Indian and Colonial Exhibition by the Queen 1625(2)
T.N. Mukharji: A Visit to Europe 1627(3)
[The Indian and Colonial Exhibition] 1627(3)
Joseph Chamberlain: From The True Conception of Empire 1630(2)
J.A. Hobson: Imperialism: A Study 1632(5)
[The Political Significance of Imperialism] 1632(3)
LATE VICTORIANS 1635(192)
MICHAEL FIELD (Katherine Bradley: 1846-1914; and Edith Cooper: 1862-1913) 1637(4)
[Maids, not to you my mind doth change] 1638(1)
[A girl] 1639(1)
Unbosoming 1639(1)
[It was deep April, and the morn] 1639(1)
To Christina Rossetti 1640(1)
Nests in Elms 1640(1)
Eros 1641(1)
WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY (1849-1903) 1641(2)
In Hospital 1642(1)
Invictus 1642(1)
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (1850-1894) 1643(43)
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1645(41)
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900) 1686(57)
Impression du Matin 1687(1)
The Harlot's House 1688(1)
The Critic as Artist 1689(8)
[Criticism Itself an Art] 1689(8)
Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray 1697(1)
The Importance of Being Earnest 1698(42)
From De Profundis 1740(3)
BERNARD SHAW (1856-1950) 1743(47)
Mrs Warren's Profession 1746(44)
MARY ELIZABETH COLERIDGE (1861-1907) 1790(3)
The Other Side of a Mirror 1791(1)
The Witch 1792(1)
RUDYARD KIPLING (1865-1936) 1793(30)
The Man Who Would Be King 1794(24)
Danny Deever 1818(1)
The Widow at Windsor 1819(1)
Recessional 1820(1)
The White Man's Burden 1821(1)
If- 1822(1)
ERNEST DOWSON (1867-1900) 1823(28)
Cynara 1824(1)
They Are Not Long 1825(2)
The Twentieth Century and After 1827(127)
Introduction 1827(21)
Timeline 1848(3)
THOMAS HARDY (1840-1928) 1851(34)
On the Western Circuit 1852(16)
Hap 1868(1)
Neutral Tones 1869(1)
I Look into My Glass 1869(1)
A Broken Appointment 1870(1)
Drummer Hodge 1870(1)
The Darkling Thrush 1871(1)
The Ruined Maid 1872(1)
A Trampwoman's Tragedy 1872(3)
One We Knew 1875(1)
She Hears the Storm 1876(1)
Channel Firing 1877(1)
The Convergence of the Twain 1878(1)
Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave? 1879(1)
Under the Waterfall 1880(1)
The Walk 1881(1)
The Voice 1882(1)
The Workbox 1882(1)
During Wind and Rain 1883(1)
In Time of The Breaking of Nations' 1884(1)
He Never Expected Much 1884(1)
JOSEPH CONRAD (1857-1924) 1885(63)
Preface to The Nigger of the "Narcissus" 1887(3)
[The Task of the Artist] 1887(3)
Heart of Darkness 1890(58)
A.E. HOUSMAN (1859-1936) 1948(6)
Loveliest of Trees 1948(1)
When I Was One-and-Twenty 1949(1)
To an Athlete Dying Young 1949(1)
Terence, This Is Stupid Stuff 1950(2)
The Chestnut Casts His Flambeaux 1952(1)
Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries 1953(1)
VOICES FROM WORLD WAR I 1954
RUPERT BROOKE (1887-1915) 1955(1)
The Soldier 1955(1)
EDWARD THOMAS (1878-1917) 1956(4)
Adlestrop 1956(1)
Tears 1957(1)
The Owl 1957(1)
Rain 1958(1)
The Cherry Trees 1958(1)
As the Team's Head Brass 1959(1)
SIEGFRIED SASSOON (1886-1967) 1960(5)
They' 1960(1)
The Rear-Guard 1961(1)
The General 1961(1)
Glory of Women 1962(1)
Everyone Sang 1962(1)
On Passing the New Menin Gate 1963(1)
Memoirs of an Infantry Officer 1963(1)
[The Opening of the Battle of the Somme] 1963(2)
IVOR GURNEY (1890-1937) 1965(1)
To His Love 1965(1)
The Silent One 1966(1)
ISAAC ROSENBERG (1890-1918) 1966(5)
Break of Day in the Trenches 1967(1)
Louse Hunting 1967(1)
Returning, We Hear the Larks 1968(1)
Dead Man's Dump 1969(2)
WILFRED OWEN (1893-1918) 1971(10)
Anthem for Doomed Youth 1971(1)
Apologia Pro Poemate Meo 1972(1)
Miners 1973(1)
Dulce Et Decorum Est 1974(1)
Strange Meeting 1975(1)
Futility 1976(1)
S.I.W. 1976(1)
Disabled 1977(2)
From Owen's Letters to His Mother 1979(1)
Preface 1980(1)
MAY WEDDERBURN CANNAN (1893-1973) 1981(3)
Rouen 1981(2)
From Grey Ghosts and Voices 1983(1)
ROBERT GRAVES (1895-1985) 1984(5)
Goodbye to All That 1985(2)
[The Attack on High Wood] 1985(2)
The Dead Fox Hunter 1987(1)
Recalling War 1988(1)
DAVID JONES (1895-1974) 1989(7)
IN PARENTHESIS 1990(6)
From Preface 1990(2)
From Part 7: The Five Unmistakeable Marks 1992(4)
MODERNIST MANIFESTOS 1996(23)
T.E. HULME: From Romanticism and Classicism (w. 1911-12) 1998(5)
F.S. FLINT AND EZRA POUND: Imagisme; A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste (1913) 2003(4)
AN IMAGIST CLUSTER 2007(2)
T.E. Hulme: Autumn 2008(1)
Ezra Pound: In a Station of the Metro 2008(1)
H.D. 2009(1)
Oread 2009(1)
Sea Rose 2009(1)
Blast (1914) 2009(6)
Long Live the Vortex! 2010(2)
Blast 6 2012(3)
MINA LOY: Feminist Manifesto (w. 1914) 2015(4)
WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS (1865-1939) 2019(39)
The Stolen Child 2022(2)
Down by the Salley Gardens 2024(1)
The Rose of the World 2024(1)
The Lake Isle of Innisfree 2025(1)
The Sorrow of Love 2025(1)
When You Are Old 2026(1)
Who Goes with Fergus? 2026(1)
The Man Who Dreamed of Faeryland 2026(2)
Adam's Curse 2028(1)
No Second Troy 2029(1)
The Fascination of What's Difficult 2029(1)
A Coat 2029(1)
September 1913 2030(1)
Easter, 1916 2031(2)
The Wild Swans at Coole 2033(1)
In Memory of Major Robert Gregory 2034(2)
The Second Coming 2036(1)
A Prayer for My Daughter 2037(2)
Leda and the Swan 2039(7)
Sailing to Byzantium 2046
Among School Children 2041(1)
A Dialogue of Self and Soul 2042(2)
Byzantium 2044(1)
Crazy Jane Talks with the Bishop 2045(1)
Lapis Lazuli 2046(1)
Under Ben Bulben 2047(3)
Man and the Echo 2050(1)
The Circus Animals' Desertion 2051(2)
From Introduction [A General Introduction for My Work] 2053(5)
E.M. FORSTER (1879-1970) 2058(22)
The Other Boat 2059(21)
VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941) 2080(83)
The Mark on the Wall 2082(5)
Modern Fiction 2087(5)
A Room of One's Own 2092(60)
Professions for Women 2152(3)
A Sketch of the Past 2155(8)
[Moments of Being and Non-Being] 2155(8)
JAMES JOYCE (1882-1941) 2163(80)
Araby 2168(4)
The Dead 2172(28)
Ulysses 2200(39)
[Proteus] 2200(13)
[Lestrygonians] 2213(26)
Finnegans Wake 2239(4)
From Anna Livia Plurabelle 2239(4)
D.H. LAWRENCE (1885-1930) 2243(43)
Odour of Chrysanthemums 2245(13)
The Horse Dealer's Daughter 2258(11)
Why the Novel Matters 2269(4)
Love on the Farm 2273(2)
Piano 2275(1)
Tortoise Shout 2275(3)
Bavarian Gentians 2278(1)
Snake 2278(2)
Cypresses 2280(2)
How Beastly the Bourgeois Is 2282(1)
The Ship of Death 2283(3)
T.S. ELIOT (1888-1965) 2286(46)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock 2289(4)
Sweeney among the Nightingales 2293(2)
The Waste Land 2295(14)
The Hollow Men 2309(3)
Journey of the Magi 2312(1)
FOUR QUARTETS 2312(7)
Little Gidding 2313(6)
Tradition and the Individual Talent 2319(6)
The Metaphysical Poets 2325(7)
KATHERINE MANSFIELD (1888-1923) 2332(24)
The Daughters of the Late Colonel 2333(13)
The Garden Party 2346(10)
JEAN RHYS (1890-1979) 2356(16)
The Day They Burned the Books 2357(4)
Let Them Call It Jazz 2361(11)
STEVIE SMITH (1902-1971) 2372(6)
Sunt Leones 2373(1)
Our Bog Is Dood 2374(1)
Not Waving but Drowning 2374(1)
Thoughts About the Person from Porlock 2375(2)
Pretty 2377(1)
GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950) 2378(15)
Shooting an Elephant 2379(5)
Politics and the English Language 2384(9)
SAMUEL BECKETT (1906-1989) 2393(28)
Endgame 2394(27)
W.H. AUDEN (1907-1973) 2421(20)
Petition 2422(1)
On This Island 2422(1)
Lullaby 2423(1)
Spain 2424(3)
As I Walked Out One Evening 2427(1)
Mus? des Beaux Arts 2428(1)
In Memory of W.B. Yeats 2429(2)
The Unknown Citizen 2431(1)
September 1, 1939 2432(3)
In Praise of Limestone 2435(2)
The Shield of Achilles 2437(1)
[Poetry as Memorable Speech] 2438(3)
LOUIS MACNEICE (1907-1963) 2441(3)
Sunday Morning 2442(1)
The Sunlight on the Garden 2442(1)
Bagpipe Music 2443(1)
Star-Gazer 2444(1)
DYLAN THOMAS (1914-1953) 2444(17)
The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower 2445(1)
The Hunchback in the Park 2446(1)
Poem in October 2447(1)
Fern Hill 2448(2)
Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night 2450(1)
VOICES FROM WORLD WAR II 2451(10)
EDITH SITWELL (1887-1964) 2452(2)
Still Falls the Rain 2453(1)
HENRY REED (1914-1986) 2454(2)
Lessons of the War 2455(1)
1. Naming of Parts 2455(1)
KEITH DOUGLAS (1920-1944) 2456(3)
Gallantry 2456(1)
Vergissmeinnicht 2457(1)
Aristocrats 2458(1)
CHARLES CAUSLEY (1917-2003) 2459(4)
At the British War Cemetery, Bayeux 2459(1)
Armistice Day 2460(1)
NATION AND LANGUAGE 2461(82)
CLAUDE McKAY (1890-1948) 2463(1)
Old England 2463(1)
If We Must Die 2464(1)
HUGH MAcDIARMID (1892-1978) 2464(5)
[The Splendid Variety of Languages and Dialects] 2465(1)
A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle 2466(1)
1. Farewell to Dostoevski 2466(1)
2. Yet Ha'e I Silence Left 2467(1)
In Memoriam James Joyce 2467(1)
We Must Look at the Harebell 2467(1)
Another Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries 2468(1)
LOUISE BENNETT (b. 1919) 2469(6)
Jamaica Language 2469(1)
Dry-Foot Bwoy 2470(2)
Colonization in Reverse 2472(1)
Jamaica Oman 2473(2)
BRIAN FRIEL (b. 1929) 2475(48)
Translations 2477(46)
KAMAU BRATHWAITE (b. 1930) 2523(6)
[Nation Language] 2523(4)
Calypso 2527(2)
WOLE SOYINKA (b. 1934) 2529(1)
Telephone Conversation 2529(1)
TONY HARRISON (b. 1937) 2530(5)
Heredity 2531(1)
National Trust 2531(1)
Book Ends 2532(1)
Long Distance 2533(1)
Turns 2534(1)
Marked with D. 2534(1)
NGUGI WA THIONG'O (b. 1938) 2535(4)
Decolonising the Mind 2535(4)
From The Language of African Literature 2535(4)
SALMAN RUSHDIE (b. 1947) 2539(3)
[English Is an Indian Literary Language] 2540(2)
JOHN AGARD (b. 1949) 2542(1)
Listen Mr Oxford Don 2542(1)
DORIS LESSING (b. 1919) 2543(22)
To Room Nineteen 2544(21)
PHILIP LARKIN (1922-1985) 2565(9)
Church Going 2566(2)
MCMXIV 2568(1)
Talking in Bed 2569(1)
Ambulances 2569(1)
High Windows 2570(1)
Sad Steps 2571(1)
Homage to a Government 2571(1)
The Explosion 2572(1)
This Be The Verse 2572(1)
Aubade 2573(1)
NADINE GORDIMER (b. 1923) 2574(4)
The Moment before the Gun Went Off 2575(3)
A.K. RAMANUJAN (1929-1993) 2578(4)
Self-Portrait 2579(1)
Elements of Composition 2579(2)
Foundlings in the Yukon 2581(1)
THOM GUNN (1929-2004) 2582(4)
Black Jackets 2583(1)
My Sad Captains 2583(1)
From the Wave 2584(1)
Still Life 2585(1)
The Missing 2585(1)
DEREK WALCOTT (b. 1930) 2586(8)
A Far Cry from Africa 2587(1)
The Schooner Flight 2588(2)
1 Adios, Carenage 2588(2)
The Season of Phastasmal Peace 2590(1)
OMEROS 2591(3)
1.3.3 [" Mais qui ? qui rivait-'ous, Philoctete?'"] 2591(1)
6.49.1-2 ["She bathed him in the brew of the root. The basin"] 2592(2)
TED HUGHES (1930-1998) 2594(7)
Wind 2594(1)
Relic 2595(1)
Pike 2595(2)
Out 2597(1)
Theology 2598(1)
Crow's Last Stand 2599(1)
Daffodils 2599(2)
HAROLD PINTER (b. 1930) 2601(21)
The Dumb Waiter 2601(21)
CHINUA ACHEBE (b. 1930) 2622(92)
Things Fall Apart 2624(85)
From An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness 2709(5)
ALICE MUNRO (b. 1931) 2714(11)
Walker Brothers Cowboy 2715(10)
GEOFFREY HILL (b. 1932) 2725(4)
In Memory of Jane Fraser 2725(1)
Requiem for the Plantagenet Kings 2726(1)
September Song 2726(1)
Mercian Hymns 2727(1)
6 ("The princes of Mercia were badger and raven. Thrall") 2727(1)
7 ("Gasholders, russet among fields. Milldams, marlpools") 2727(1)
28 ("Processes of generation; deeds of settlement. The") 2728(1)
30 ("And it seemed, while we waited, he began to walk to-") 2728(1)
An Apology for the Revival of Christian Architecture in England 2728(1)
9. The Laurel Axe 2728(1)
V.S. NAIPAUL (b. 1932) 2729(23)
One Out of Many 2730(22)
TOM STOPPARD (b. 1937) 2752(68)
Arcadia 2753(67)
LES MURRAY (b. 1938) 2820(2)
Morse 2821(1)
On Removing Spiderweb 2821(1)
Corniche 2822(1)
SEAMUS HEANEY (b. 1939) 2822(16)
Digging 2824(1)
The Forge 2825(1)
The Grauballe Man 2825(1)
Punishment 2826(2)
Casualty 2828(2)
The Skunk 2830(1)
Station Island 2831(2)
12 ("Like a convalescent, I took the hand") 2831(2)
Clearances 2833(3)
The Sharping Stone 2836(2)
J.M. COETZEE (b. 1940) 2838(10)
From Waiting for the Barbarians 2839(9)
EAVAN BOLAND (b. 1944) 2848(4)
Fond Memory 2848(1)
That the Science of Cartography Is Limited 2849(1)
The Dolls Museum in Dublin 2850(1)
The Lost Land 2851(1)
SALMAN RUSHDIE (b. 1947) 2852(11)
The Prophet's Hair 2854(9)
ANNE CARSON (b. 1950) 2863(5)
The Glass Essay 2864(1)
Hero 2864(4)
Epitaph: Zion 2868(1)
PAUL MULDOON (b. 1951) 2868(5)
Meeting the British 2869(1)
Gathering Mushrooms 2870(1)
Milkweed and Monarch 2871(1)
The Grand Conversation 2872(1)
CAROL ANN DUFFY (b. 1955) 2873
Warming Her Pearls 2874(1)
Medusa 2875(1)
Mrs Lazarus 2876(3118284)
POEMS IN PROCESS A1
William Blake A2
The Tyger A2
William Wordsworth A4
She dwelt among the untrodden ways A4
Lord Byron A5
Don Juan A5
Canto 3, Stanza 9 A5
Canto 14, Stanza 95 A6
Percy Bysshe Shelley A7
O World, O Life, O Time A7
John Keats A9
The Eve of St. Agnes A9
To Autumn A10
Alfred, Lord Tennyson A11
The Lady of Shalott A11
Tithonus A14
Elizabeth Barrett Browning A15
The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point A15
Gerard Manley Hopkins A18
Thou art indeed just, Lord A19
William Butler Yeats A19
The Sorrow of Love A19
Leda and the Swan A21
D.H. Lawrence A23
The Piano A23
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHIES A25
Suggested General Readings A25
The Romantic Period A28
The Victorian Age A36
The Twentieth Century and After A45
APPENDIXES A74
Literary Terminology A74
Geographic Nomenclature A96
Map: London in the 19th and 20th Centuries A98
British Money A99
The British Baronage A104
The Royal Lines of England and Great Britain A106
Religions in England A109
Permissions Acknowledgments A113
Index A119

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