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Ardours and Endurances Also a Faun's Holiday & Poems and Phantasies

By Robert Nichols
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  • ARDOURS AND ENDURANCES
  • ARDOURS AND ENDURANCES
    • ALSO A FAUN'S HOLIDAY & POEMS AND PHANTASIES BY
      • ROBERT NICHOLS
    • ROBERT NICHOLS
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
  • BOOK I
    • ARDOURS AND ENDURANCES
      • To THE Memory of my Trusty and Gallant Friends: HAROLD STUART GOUGH (King's Royal Rifle Corps) and RICHARD PINSENT (the Worcester Regiment)
    • To THE Memory of my Trusty and Gallant Friends: HAROLD STUART GOUGH (King's Royal Rifle Corps) and RICHARD PINSENT (the Worcester Regiment)
    • THE SUMMONS
      • I.—TO——
      • II.—THE PAST
      • III.—THE RECKONING
    • I.—TO——
    • II.—THE PAST
    • III.—THE RECKONING
    • FAREWELL TO PLACE OF COMFORT
      • FAREWELL TO PLACE OF COMFORT
    • FAREWELL TO PLACE OF COMFORT
    • THE APPROACH
      • I.—IN THE GRASS: HALT BY ROADSIDE
      • II.—THE DAY'S MARCH
      • III.—NEARER
    • I.—IN THE GRASS: HALT BY ROADSIDE
    • II.—THE DAY'S MARCH
    • III.—NEARER
    • BATTLE
      • I.—NOON
      • II.—NIGHT BOMBARDMENT
      • III.—COMRADES: AN EPISODE
      • IV.—BEHIND THE LINES: NIGHT, FRANCE
      • V.—AT THE WARS
      • VI.—OUT OF TRENCHES: THE BARN, TWILIGHT
      • VII.—BATTERY MOVING UP TO A NEW POSITION FROM REST CAMP: DAWN
      • VIII.—EVE OF ASSAULT: INFANTRY GOING DOWN TO TRENCHES
      • IX.—THE ASSAULT
      • X.—THE LAST MORNING
      • XI.—FULFILMENT
    • I.—NOON
    • II.—NIGHT BOMBARDMENT
    • III.—COMRADES: AN EPISODE
    • IV.—BEHIND THE LINES: NIGHT, FRANCE
    • V.—AT THE WARS
    • VI.—OUT OF TRENCHES: THE BARN, TWILIGHT
    • VII.—BATTERY MOVING UP TO A NEW POSITION FROM REST CAMP: DAWN
    • VIII.—EVE OF ASSAULT: INFANTRY GOING DOWN TO TRENCHES
    • IX.—THE ASSAULT
    • X.—THE LAST MORNING
    • XI.—FULFILMENT
    • THE DEAD
      • I.—THE BURIAL IN FLANDERS
        • (H. S. G., Ypres, 1916)
      • (H. S. G., Ypres, 1916)
      • II.—BOY
      • III.—PLAINT OF FRIENDSHIP BY DEATH BROKEN
        • (R. P., Loos, 1915)
      • (R. P., Loos, 1915)
      • IV.—BY THE WOOD
    • I.—THE BURIAL IN FLANDERS
      • (H. S. G., Ypres, 1916)
    • (H. S. G., Ypres, 1916)
    • II.—BOY
    • III.—PLAINT OF FRIENDSHIP BY DEATH BROKEN
      • (R. P., Loos, 1915)
    • (R. P., Loos, 1915)
    • IV.—BY THE WOOD
    • THE AFTERMATH
      • I.—AT THE EBB
      • II.—ALONE
      • III.—THANKSGIVING
      • IV.—ANNIHILATED
      • V.—SHUT OF NIGHT
      • VI.—THE FULL HEART
      • VII.—SONNET: OUR DEAD
      • VIII.—DELIVERANCE
    • I.—AT THE EBB
    • II.—ALONE
    • III.—THANKSGIVING
    • IV.—ANNIHILATED
    • V.—SHUT OF NIGHT
    • VI.—THE FULL HEART
    • VII.—SONNET: OUR DEAD
    • VIII.—DELIVERANCE
  • BOOK II
    • A FAUN'S HOLIDAY
      • To my Brother PHILIP NICHOLS
    • To my Brother PHILIP NICHOLS
    • A FAUN'S HOLIDAY
      • The End.
    • The End.
  • BOOK III
    • POEMS AND PHANTASIES
      • To MR. and MRS. MOISEIWITSCH
    • To MR. and MRS. MOISEIWITSCH
    • A TRIPTYCH
      • I.—FIRST PANEL: THE HILL
      • II.—SECOND AND CENTRE PANEL: THE TOWER
      • III.—THIRD PANEL: THE TREE
    • I.—FIRST PANEL: THE HILL
    • II.—SECOND AND CENTRE PANEL: THE TOWER
    • III.—THIRD PANEL: THE TREE
    • FOUR SONGS FROM "THE PRINCE OF ORMUZ"
      • I.—THE PRINCE OF ORMUZ SINGS TO BADOURA
      • II.—THE SONG OF THE PRINCESS BESIDE THE FOUNTAIN
      • III.—THE SONG OF THE PRINCE IN DISGUISE
      • IV.—THE PRINCESS BADOURA'S LAST SONG TO HER LOVER
    • I.—THE PRINCE OF ORMUZ SINGS TO BADOURA
    • II.—THE SONG OF THE PRINCESS BESIDE THE FOUNTAIN
    • III.—THE SONG OF THE PRINCE IN DISGUISE
    • IV.—THE PRINCESS BADOURA'S LAST SONG TO HER LOVER
    • THE GIFT OF SONG
      • THE GIFT OF SONG
    • THE GIFT OF SONG
    • FRAGMENTS FROM A DRAMA ON THE SUBJECT OF ORESTES
      • I.—WARNING UNHEEDED
      • II.—ORESTES TO THE FURIES
    • I.—WARNING UNHEEDED
    • II.—ORESTES TO THE FURIES
    • BLACK SONG
      • I.—AT BRAYDON
      • II.—MIDDAY ON THE EDGE OF THE DOWNS
      • III.—IN DORSETSHIRE
    • I.—AT BRAYDON
    • II.—MIDDAY ON THE EDGE OF THE DOWNS
    • III.—IN DORSETSHIRE
    • MAN'S ANACREONTIC AND OTHER POEMS
      • MAN'S ANACREONTIC
      • THE BLACKBIRD
      • CHANGE
      • TRANSFIGURATION
      • PLAINT OF PIERROT ILL-USED
      • GIRL'S SONG FROM "THE TAILOR"[2]
      • LAST SONG IN AN OPERA
    • MAN'S ANACREONTIC
    • THE BLACKBIRD
    • CHANGE
    • TRANSFIGURATION
    • PLAINT OF PIERROT ILL-USED
    • GIRL'S SONG FROM "THE TAILOR"[2]
    • LAST SONG IN AN OPERA
    • DANAË
      • MYSTERY IN EIGHT POEMS
      • DANAË: MYSTERY IN EIGHT POEMS
      • THE ECSTASY
      • THE WATER-LILY
      • DEEM YOU THE ROSES....
      • THE PASSION
      • LAST WORDS
    • MYSTERY IN EIGHT POEMS
    • DANAË: MYSTERY IN EIGHT POEMS
    • THE ECSTASY
    • THE WATER-LILY
    • DEEM YOU THE ROSES....
    • THE PASSION
    • LAST WORDS
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