New Collected Rhymes
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New Collected Rhymes

By Andrew Lang
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Webpage containing new collected rhymes / by Andrew Lang.

Table of Contents
  • NEW COLLECTED RHYMES
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • DEDICATORY
    • In Augustinum Dobson.
  • LOYAL LYRICS
    • How the Maid Marched from Blois.
    • Lone Places of the Deer.
    • An Old Song.
    • Jacobite “Auld Lang Syne.”
    • The Prince’s Birthday.
    • The Tenth of June, 1715.
    • White Rose Day.
    • Red and White Roses.
    • The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond.
    • Kenmure.
    • Culloden.
    • The Last of the Leal.
    • Jeanne d’Arc.
  • CRICKET RHYMES
    • To Helen.
    • Ballade of Dead Cricketers.
    • Brahma.
  • CRITICAL OF LIFE, ART, AND LITERATURE
    • Gainsborough Ghosts.
    • A Remonstrance with the Fair.
    • Rhyme of Rhymes.
    • Rhyme of Oxford Cockney Rhymes.
    • Rococo.
    • The Food of Fiction.
    • “A Highly Valuable chain of Thoughts.”
    • Matrimony.
    • Piscatori Piscator.
    • The Contented Angler.
    • Off My Game.
    • The Property of a Gentleman who has given up Collecting.
    • The Ballade of the Subconscious Self.
    • Ballade of the Optimist.
    • Zimbabwe.
    • Love’s Cryptogram.
    • Tusitala.
    • Disdainful Diaphenia.
    • Tall Salmacis.
  • JUBILEE POEMS BY BARDS WHO WERE SILENT
    • What Francesco said of the Jubilee.
    • The Poet and the Jubilee.
    • On any Beach.
    • Ode of Jubilee.
    • Jubilee Before Revolution.
  • FOLK SONGS
    • French Peasant Songs.
  • BALLADS
    • The Young Ruthven.
    • The Queen O’ Spain and the Bauld Mclean.
    • Keith of Craigentolly.
  • FOOTNOTES
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