Poems of the Past and the Present
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Poems of the Past and the Present

By Thomas Hardy
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Title; Contents; V.R. 1819-1901; Embarcation; Departure; The Colonel's Soliloquy; The Going of the Battery; At the War Office, London; A Christmas Ghost-Story; The Dead Drummer; A Wife in London; The Souls of the Slain; Song of the Soldiers' Wives; The Sick God; Genoa and the Mediterranean; Shelley's Skylark; In the Old Theatre, Fiesole; Rome: On the Palatine; Rome; Rome; Rome; Lausanne; Zermatt; The Bridge of Lodi; On an Invitation to the United States; The Mother Mourns; ""I Said to Love""; A Commonplace Day; At a Lunar Eclipse; The Lacking Sense; To Life; Doom and She; The Problem.

Table of Contents
  • POEMS OF THE PAST AND THE PRESENT
  • CONTENTS
  • V.R.  1819–1901 A REVERIE
  • WAR POEMS
    • EMBARCATION
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