Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold
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Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold

By Matthew Arnold
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook of Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold, by Matthew Arnold
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  • POETICAL WORKS OF MATTHEW ARNOLD
    • CONTENTS
      • EARLY POEMS
      • NARRATIVE POEMS
      • SONNETS
      • LYRIC POEMS
      • ELEGIAC POEMS
      • DRAMATIC POEMS
      • LATER POEMS
    • EARLY POEMS
    • SONNETS
    • QUIET WORK
    • TO A FRIEND
    • SHAKESPEARE
    • WRITTEN IN EMERSON'S ESSAYS
    • WRITTEN IN BUTLER'S SERMONS
    • TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON
      • ON HEARING HIM MISPRAISED
    • IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
      • TO A PREACHER
    • TO GEORGE CRUIKSHANK
      • ON SEEING, IN THE COUNTRY, HIS PICTURE OF "THE BOTTLE"
    • TO A REPUBLICAN FRIEND, 1848
    • CONTINUED
    • RELIGIOUS ISOLATION
      • TO THE SAME FRIEND
    • MYCERINUS[2]
    • THE CHURCH OF BROU
      • I
      • The Castle
      • II
      • The Church
      • III
      • The Tomb
    • A MODERN SAPPHO
    • REQUIESCAT
    • YOUTH AND CALM
    • A MEMORY-PICTURE
    • A DREAM
    • THE NEW SIRENS
    • THE VOICE
    • YOUTH'S AGITATIONS
    • THE WORLD'S TRIUMPHS
    • STAGIRIUS[3]
    • HUMAN LIFE
    • TO A GIPSY CHILD BY THE SEA-SHORE
      • DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN
    • A QUESTION
      • TO FAUSTA
    • IN UTRUMQUE PARATUS
    • THE WORLD AND THE QUIETIST
      • TO CRITIAS
    • HORATIAN ECHO[4]
      • (TO AN AMBITIOUS FRIEND)
    • THE SECOND BEST
    • CONSOLATION
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • RESIGNATION
      • TO FAUSTA
    • NARRATIVE POEMS
    • SOHRAB AND RUSTUM[6]
      • AN EPISODE
    • THE SICK KING IN BOKHARA
    • BALDER DEAD[7]
    • TRISTRAM AND ISEULT[8]
    • SAINT BRANDAN
    • THE NECKAN
    • THE FORSAKEN MERMAN
    • SONNETS
    • AUSTERITY OF POETRY
    • A PICTURE AT NEWSTEAD
    • RACHEL
    • WORLDLY PLACE
    • EAST LONDON
    • WEST LONDON
    • EAST AND WEST
    • THE BETTER PART
    • THE DIVINITY
    • IMMORTALITY
    • THE GOOD SHEPHERD WITH THE KID
    • MONICA'S LAST PRAYER[12]
    • LYRIC POEMS
    • SWITZERLAND
    • THE STRAYED REVELLER
      • THE PORTICO OF CIRCE'S PALACE. EVENING
    • FRAGMENT OF AN "ANTIGONE"
    • FRAGMENT OF CHORUS OF A "DEJANEIRA"
    • EARLY DEATH AND FAME
    • PHILOMELA
    • URANIA
    • EUPHROSYNE
    • CALAIS SANDS
    • FADED LEAVES
    • DESPONDENCY
    • SELF-DECEPTION
    • DOVER BEACH
    • GROWING OLD
    • THE PROGRESS OF POESY
      • A VARIATION
    • NEW ROME
      • LINES WRITTEN FOR MISS STORY'S ALBUM
    • PIS-ALLER
    • THE LAST WORD
    • THE LORD'S MESSENGERS
    • A NAMELESS EPITAPH
    • BACCHANALIA; OR, THE NEW AGE
    • EPILOGUE TO LESSING'S LAOCOƖN
    • PERSISTENCY OF POETRY
    • A CAUTION TO POETS
    • THE YOUTH OF NATURE
    • THE YOUTH OF MAN
    • PALLADIUM
    • PROGRESS
    • REVOLUTIONS
    • SELF-DEPENDENCE
    • MORALITY
    • A SUMMER NIGHT
    • THE BURIED LIFE
    • LINES WRITTEN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS
    • A WISH
    • THE FUTURE
    • ELEGIAC POEMS
    • THE SCHOLAR-GIPSY[16]
    • THYRSIS[17]
      • A Monody, to commemorate the author's friend, Arthur Hugh Clough, who died at Florence, 1861.
    • MEMORIAL VERSES
      • APRIL, 1850
    • STANZAS IN MEMORY OF EDWARD QUILLINAN
    • STANZAS FROM CARNAC
    • A SOUTHERN NIGHT
    • HAWORTH CHURCHYARD
      • APRIL, 1855
    • EPILOGUE
    • RUGBY CHAPEL
      • November 1857
    • HEINE'S GRAVE
    • STANZAS FROM THE GRANDE CHARTREUSE
    • STANZAS IN MEMORY OF THE AUTHOR OF "OBERMANN"[25]
      • November, 1849
    • OBERMANN ONCE MORE
      • (COMPOSED MANY YEARS AFTER THE PRECEDING)
      • Savez-vous quelque bien qui console du regret d'un monde?
    • DRAMATIC POEMS
    • MEROPE A TRAGEDY
      • STORY OF THE DRAMA
      • PERSONS OF THE DRAMA
    • MEROPE
    • EMPEDOCLES ON ETNA
      • A DRAMATIC POEM
    • ACT I. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II
    • ACT II
    • LATER POEMS
    • WESTMINSTER ABBEY
      • July 25, 1881.
      • (The Day of Burial, in the Abbey, of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, Dean of Westminster.)
    • GEIST'S GRAVE
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • POOR MATTHIAS
    • KAISER DEAD
      • April 6, 1887.
    • NOTES
    • MESSRS. MACMILLAN & CO.'S PUBLICATIONS.
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