The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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  • THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
  • VOICES OF THE NIGHT
    • HYMN TO THE NIGHT.
    • A PSALM OF LIFE. WHAT THE HEART OF THE YOUNG MAN SAID TO THE PSALMIST.
    • THE REAPER AND THE FLOWERS.
    • THE LIGHT OF STARS.
    • FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELS.
    • FLOWERS.
    • THE BELEAGUERED CITY.
    • MIDNIGHT MASS FOR THE DYING YEAR
    • AUTUMN
    • WOODS IN WINTER.
    • HYMN OF THE MORAVIAN NUNS OF BETHLEHEM
    • SUNRISE ON THE HILLS
    • THE SPIRIT OF POETRY
    • BURIAL OF THE MINNISINK
    • L' ENVOI
    • THE WRECK OF THE HESPERUS
    • THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH
    • ENDYMION
    • IT IS NOT ALWAYS MAY
    • THE RAINY DAY
    • GOD'S-ACRE.
    • TO THE RIVER CHARLES.
    • BLIND BARTIMEUS
    • THE GOBLET OF LIFE
    • MAIDENHOOD
    • EXCELSIOR
    • TO WILLIAM E. CHANNING
    • THE SLAVE'S DREAM
    • THE GOOD PART
    • THE SLAVE IN THE DISMAL SWAMP
    • THE SLAVE SINGING AT MIDNIGHT
    • THE WITNESSES
    • THE QUADROON GIRL
    • THE WARNING
      • ACT I.
      • SCENE II. — A street in Madrid. Enter CHISPA, followed by musicians, with a bagpipe, guitars, and other instruments.
      • SCENE III. — PRECIOSA'S chamber. She stands at the open window.
    • Scene IV. — An inn on the road to Alcala. BALTASAR asleep on a bench. Enter CHISPA.
    • SCENE V. — VICTORIAN'S chambers at Alcala. HYPOLITO asleep in an arm-chair. He awakes slowly.
    • ACT II.
    • SCENE II — A room in the ARCHBISHOP'S Palace. The ARCHBISHOP and a CARDINAL seated.
    • SCENE III. — The Prado. A long avenue of trees leading to the gate of Atocha. On the right the dome and spires of a convent. A fountain. Evening, DON CARLOS and HYPOLITO meeting.
    • SCENE IV. — PRECIOSA'S chamber. She is sitting, with a book in her hand, near a table, on which are flowers. A bird singing in its cage. The COUNT OF LARA enters behind unperceived.
    • SCENE V. — The COUNT OF LARA'S rooms. Enter the COUNT.
    • SCENE VI. — A retired spot beyond the city gates. Enter VICTORIAN and HYPOLITO.
    • SCENE VII. — A lane in the suburbs. Night. Enter CRUZADO and BARTOLOME.
    • SCENE VIII. — The Theatre. The orchestra plays the cachucha. Sound of castanets behind the scenes. The curtain rises, and discovers PRECIOSA in the attitude of commencing the dance. The cachucha. Tumult; hisses; cries of "Brava!" and "Afuera!" She falters and pauses. The music stops. General confusion. PRECIOSA faints.
    • SCENE IX. — The COUNT OF LARA'S chambers. LARA and his friends at supper.
    • SCENE X. — Street and garden wall. Night. Enter CRUZADO and BARTOLOME.
    • SCENE XI. — PRECIOSA'S bedchamber. Midnight. She is sleeping in an armchair, in an undress. DOLORES watching her.
    • ACT III.
    • SCENE II. — Public square in the village of Guadarrama. The Ave Maria still tolling. A crowd of villagers, with their hats in their hands, as if in prayer. In front, a group of Gypsies. The bell rings a merrier peal. A Gypsy dance. Enter PANCHO, followed by PEDRO CRESPO.
      • SCENE III. — A room in the PADRE CURA'S house. Enter the PADRE and HYPOLITO.
    • SCENE IV. — A post-house on the road to Segovia, not far from the village of Guadarrama. Enter CHISPA, cracking a whip, and singing the cachucha.
    • SCENE V. — The Gypsy camp in the forest. Night. Gypsies working at a forge. Others playing cards by the firelight. Gypsies
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