Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Vol. 9
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  • LIBRARY OF THE
  • WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE
    • ANCIENT AND MODERN CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
      • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE GEORGE HENRY WARNER
        • Connoisseur Edition Vol. IX.
        • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
      • Connoisseur Edition Vol. IX.
      • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
      • Connoisseur Edition
    • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE GEORGE HENRY WARNER
      • Connoisseur Edition Vol. IX.
      • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
    • Connoisseur Edition Vol. IX.
    • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
    • Connoisseur Edition
    • THE ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • VOL. IX
    • VOL. IX
    • FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS
      • VOLUME IX
      • VIGNETTE PORTRAITS
    • VOLUME IX
    • VIGNETTE PORTRAITS
    • ADELBERT VON CHAMISSO
      • (1781-1838)
      • THE BARGAIN
        • From 'The Wonderful History of Peter Schlemihl'
      • From 'The Wonderful History of Peter Schlemihl'
      • FROM 'WOMAN'S LOVE AND LIFE'
    • (1781-1838)
    • THE BARGAIN
      • From 'The Wonderful History of Peter Schlemihl'
    • From 'The Wonderful History of Peter Schlemihl'
    • FROM 'WOMAN'S LOVE AND LIFE'
    • WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING
      • (1780-1842)
      • THE PASSION FOR POWER
        • From 'The Life and Character of Napoleon Bonaparte'
      • From 'The Life and Character of Napoleon Bonaparte'
      • THE CAUSES OF WAR
        • From a 'Discourse delivered before the Congregational ministers of Massachusetts'
      • From a 'Discourse delivered before the Congregational ministers of Massachusetts'
      • SPIRITUAL FREEDOM
        • From the 'Discourse on Spiritual Freedom,' 1830
      • From the 'Discourse on Spiritual Freedom,' 1830
    • (1780-1842)
    • THE PASSION FOR POWER
      • From 'The Life and Character of Napoleon Bonaparte'
    • From 'The Life and Character of Napoleon Bonaparte'
    • THE CAUSES OF WAR
      • From a 'Discourse delivered before the Congregational ministers of Massachusetts'
    • From a 'Discourse delivered before the Congregational ministers of Massachusetts'
    • SPIRITUAL FREEDOM
      • From the 'Discourse on Spiritual Freedom,' 1830
    • From the 'Discourse on Spiritual Freedom,' 1830
    • GEORGE CHAPMAN
      • (1559?-1634)
      • ULYSSES AND NAUSICAA
        • From the Translation of Homer's Odyssey
      • From the Translation of Homer's Odyssey
      • THE DUKE OF BYRON IS CONDEMNED TO DEATH
        • From the 'Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron'
      • From the 'Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron'
    • (1559?-1634)
    • ULYSSES AND NAUSICAA
      • From the Translation of Homer's Odyssey
    • From the Translation of Homer's Odyssey
    • THE DUKE OF BYRON IS CONDEMNED TO DEATH
      • From the 'Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron'
    • From the 'Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron'
    • FRANÇOIS RENÉ AUGUSTE CHÂTEAUBRIAND
      • (1768-1848)
      • CHRISTIANITY VINDICATED
        • From 'The Genius of Christianity'
      • From 'The Genius of Christianity'
      • DESCRIPTION OF A THUNDER-STORM IN THE FOREST
        • From 'Atala'
      • From 'Atala'
    • (1768-1848)
    • CHRISTIANITY VINDICATED
      • From 'The Genius of Christianity'
    • From 'The Genius of Christianity'
    • DESCRIPTION OF A THUNDER-STORM IN THE FOREST
      • From 'Atala'
    • From 'Atala'
    • THOMAS CHATTERTON
      • (1752-1770)
      • FINAL CHORUS FROM 'GODDWYN'
      • THE FAREWELL OF SIR CHARLES BALDWIN TO HIS WIFE
        • From 'The Bristowe Tragedie'
      • From 'The Bristowe Tragedie'
      • MYNSTRELLES SONGE
      • AN EXCELENTE BALADE OF CHARITTE
        • As Wroten bie the Gode Prieste Thomas Rowleie, 1464.
      • As Wroten bie the Gode Prieste Thomas Rowleie, 1464.
      • THE RESIGNATION
    • (1752-1770)
    • FINAL CHORUS FROM 'GODDWYN'
    • THE FAREWELL OF SIR CHARLES BALDWIN TO HIS WIFE
      • From 'The Bristowe Tragedie'
    • From 'The Bristowe Tragedie'
    • MYNSTRELLES SONGE
    • AN EXCELENTE BALADE OF CHARITTE
      • As Wroten bie the Gode Prieste Thomas Rowleie, 1464.
    • As Wroten bie the Gode Prieste Thomas Rowleie, 1464.
    • THE RESIGNATION
    • GEOFFREY CHAUCER
      • (13—?-1400)
      • PROLOGUE TO THE 'CANTERBURY TALES'
      • THE TEMPLES OF VENUS, MARS, AND DIANA
        • From the Knight's Tale
      • From the Knight's Tale
      • THE PASSING OF THE FAIRIES
        • From the Wife of Bath's Tale
      • From the Wife of Bath's Tale
      • THE PARDONER'S TALE
      • THE NUN'S PRIESTS TALE
      • TRUTH
        • BALLADE OF GOOD COUNSEL
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • BALLADE OF GOOD COUNSEL
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • (13—?-1400)
    • PROLOGUE TO THE 'CANTERBURY TALES'
    • THE TEMPLES OF VENUS, MARS, AND DIANA
      • From the Knight's Tale
    • From the Knight's Tale
    • THE PASSING OF THE FAIRIES
      • From the Wife of Bath's Tale
    • From the Wife of Bath's Tale
    • THE PARDONER'S TALE
    • THE NUN'S PRIESTS TALE
    • TRUTH
      • BALLADE OF GOOD COUNSEL
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • BALLADE OF GOOD COUNSEL
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ANDRÉ CHÉNIER
      • (1762-1794)
      • THE YOUNG CAPTIVE
      • ODE
    • (1762-1794)
    • THE YOUNG CAPTIVE
    • ODE
    • VICTOR CHERBULIEZ
      • (1829-)
      • THE SILENT DUEL
        • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
      • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
      • SAMUEL BROHL GIVES UP THE PLAY
        • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
      • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
    • (1829-)
    • THE SILENT DUEL
      • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
    • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
    • SAMUEL BROHL GIVES UP THE PLAY
      • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
    • From 'Samuel Brohl and Company'
    • LORD CHESTERFIELD
      • (1694-1773)
      • FROM 'LETTERS TO HIS SON'
      • Concerning Manners
      • The Control of One's Countenance
      • Dress as an Index to Character
      • Some Remarks on Good Breeding
      • THE CHOICE OF A VOCATION
      • From 'Miscellaneous Works'
    • (1694-1773)
    • FROM 'LETTERS TO HIS SON'
    • Concerning Manners
    • The Control of One's Countenance
    • Dress as an Index to Character
    • Some Remarks on Good Breeding
    • THE CHOICE OF A VOCATION
    • From 'Miscellaneous Works'
    • THE LITERATURE OF CHINA
      • SELECTED MAXIMS On Morals, Philosophy of Life, Character, Circumstances, etc.
        • From the Chinese Moralists
      • From the Chinese Moralists
    • SELECTED MAXIMS On Morals, Philosophy of Life, Character, Circumstances, etc.
      • From the Chinese Moralists
    • From the Chinese Moralists
    • RUFUS CHOATE
      • (1799-1859)
      • THE PURITAN IN SECULAR AND RELIGIOUS LIFE
        • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
      • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
      • THE NEW-ENGLANDER'S CHARACTER
        • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
      • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
      • OF THE AMERICAN BAR
        • From the Address before the Cambridge Law School, 1845
      • From the Address before the Cambridge Law School, 1845
      • DANIEL WEBSTER
        • From Eulogy delivered at Dartmouth College, 1853
      • From Eulogy delivered at Dartmouth College, 1853
    • (1799-1859)
    • THE PURITAN IN SECULAR AND RELIGIOUS LIFE
      • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
    • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
    • THE NEW-ENGLANDER'S CHARACTER
      • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
    • From Address Delivered at the Ipswich Centennial, 1834
    • OF THE AMERICAN BAR
      • From the Address before the Cambridge Law School, 1845
    • From the Address before the Cambridge Law School, 1845
    • DANIEL WEBSTER
      • From Eulogy delivered at Dartmouth College, 1853
    • From Eulogy delivered at Dartmouth College, 1853
    • ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM
      • (A.D. 347-407)
      • THAT REAL WEALTH IS FROM WITHIN
        • From the 'Treatise to prove that no one can harm the man who does not injure himself'
      • From the 'Treatise to prove that no one can harm the man who does not injure himself'
      • ON ENCOURAGEMENT DURING ADVERSITY
        • From the 'Letters to Olympias'
      • From the 'Letters to Olympias'
      • CONCERNING THE STATUTES
        • From Homily VIII.
      • From Homily VIII.
    • (A.D. 347-407)
    • THAT REAL WEALTH IS FROM WITHIN
      • From the 'Treatise to prove that no one can harm the man who does not injure himself'
    • From the 'Treatise to prove that no one can harm the man who does not injure himself'
    • ON ENCOURAGEMENT DURING ADVERSITY
      • From the 'Letters to Olympias'
    • From the 'Letters to Olympias'
    • CONCERNING THE STATUTES
      • From Homily VIII.
    • From Homily VIII.
    • MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
      • (106-43 B.C.)
        • Resumé of General Bibliography
      • Resumé of General Bibliography
      • OF THE OFFICES OF LITERATURE AND POETRY
        • From the 'Oration for the Poet Archias'
      • From the 'Oration for the Poet Archias'
      • HONORS PROPOSED FOR THE DEAD STATESMAN SULPICIUS
        • From the 'Ninth Philippic'
      • From the 'Ninth Philippic'
      • OLD FRIENDS BETTER THAN NEW
        • From the 'Dialogue on Friendship'
      • From the 'Dialogue on Friendship'
      • HONORED OLD AGE
        • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
      • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
      • DEATH IS WELCOME TO THE OLD
        • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
      • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
      • GREAT ORATORS AND THEIR TRAINING
        • From the 'Dialogue on Oratory'
      • From the 'Dialogue on Oratory'
      • CICERO TO TIRO
      • CICERO TO ATTICUS
      • SULPICIUS CONSOLES CICERO AFTER HIS DAUGHTER TULLIA'S DEATH
      • CICERO'S REPLY TO SULPICIUS
      • A HOMESICK EXILE
      • CICERO'S VACILLATION IN THE CIVIL WAR
      • CICERO'S CORRESPONDENTS
        • CÆSAR TO CICERO
        • CÆSAR TO CICERO
        • POMPEY TO CICERO
        • CÆLIUS IN ROME TO CICERO IN CILICIA
        • MATIUS TO CICERO
      • CÆSAR TO CICERO
      • CÆSAR TO CICERO
      • POMPEY TO CICERO
      • CÆLIUS IN ROME TO CICERO IN CILICIA
      • MATIUS TO CICERO
      • THE DREAM OF SCIPIO
        • From the Dialogue (The Republic): Translation of Prof. T.R. Lounsbury
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • From the Dialogue (The Republic): Translation of Prof. T.R. Lounsbury
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • (106-43 B.C.)
      • Resumé of General Bibliography
    • Resumé of General Bibliography
    • OF THE OFFICES OF LITERATURE AND POETRY
      • From the 'Oration for the Poet Archias'
    • From the 'Oration for the Poet Archias'
    • HONORS PROPOSED FOR THE DEAD STATESMAN SULPICIUS
      • From the 'Ninth Philippic'
    • From the 'Ninth Philippic'
    • OLD FRIENDS BETTER THAN NEW
      • From the 'Dialogue on Friendship'
    • From the 'Dialogue on Friendship'
    • HONORED OLD AGE
      • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
    • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
    • DEATH IS WELCOME TO THE OLD
      • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
    • From the 'Dialogue on Old Age'
    • GREAT ORATORS AND THEIR TRAINING
      • From the 'Dialogue on Oratory'
    • From the 'Dialogue on Oratory'
    • CICERO TO TIRO
    • CICERO TO ATTICUS
    • SULPICIUS CONSOLES CICERO AFTER HIS DAUGHTER TULLIA'S DEATH
    • CICERO'S REPLY TO SULPICIUS
    • A HOMESICK EXILE
    • CICERO'S VACILLATION IN THE CIVIL WAR
    • CICERO'S CORRESPONDENTS
      • CÆSAR TO CICERO
      • CÆSAR TO CICERO
      • POMPEY TO CICERO
      • CÆLIUS IN ROME TO CICERO IN CILICIA
      • MATIUS TO CICERO
    • CÆSAR TO CICERO
    • CÆSAR TO CICERO
    • POMPEY TO CICERO
    • CÆLIUS IN ROME TO CICERO IN CILICIA
    • MATIUS TO CICERO
    • THE DREAM OF SCIPIO
      • From the Dialogue (The Republic): Translation of Prof. T.R. Lounsbury
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • From the Dialogue (The Republic): Translation of Prof. T.R. Lounsbury
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE CID
      • (1045?-1099)
      • FROM 'THE POEM OF MY CID'
      • Leaving Burgos
      • Farewell To his Wife at San Pedro de Cardeña
      • Battle Scene
      • The Challenges
      • Conclusion
    • (1045?-1099)
    • FROM 'THE POEM OF MY CID'
    • Leaving Burgos
    • Farewell To his Wife at San Pedro de Cardeña
    • Battle Scene
    • The Challenges
    • Conclusion
    • EARL OF CLARENDON
      • (EDWARD HYDE)
        • (1609-1674)
      • (1609-1674)
      • THE CHARACTER OF LORD FALKLAND
    • (EDWARD HYDE)
      • (1609-1674)
    • (1609-1674)
    • THE CHARACTER OF LORD FALKLAND
    • MARCUS A. H. CLARKE
      • (1846-1881)
      • HOW A PENAL SYSTEM CAN WORK
        • From 'His Natural Life'
      • From 'His Natural Life'
      • THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH
        • From 'His Natural Life'
      • From 'His Natural Life'
    • (1846-1881)
    • HOW A PENAL SYSTEM CAN WORK
      • From 'His Natural Life'
    • From 'His Natural Life'
    • THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH
      • From 'His Natural Life'
    • From 'His Natural Life'
    • MATTHIAS CLAUDIUS
      • (1740-1815)
      • SPECULATIONS ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
        • From the Wandsbecker Bote
      • From the Wandsbecker Bote
      • RHINE WINE
      • WINTER
        • A SONG TO BE SUNG BEHIND THE STOVE
      • A SONG TO BE SUNG BEHIND THE STOVE
      • NIGHT SONG
    • (1740-1815)
    • SPECULATIONS ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
      • From the Wandsbecker Bote
    • From the Wandsbecker Bote
    • RHINE WINE
    • WINTER
      • A SONG TO BE SUNG BEHIND THE STOVE
    • A SONG TO BE SUNG BEHIND THE STOVE
    • NIGHT SONG
    • HENRY CLAY
      • (1777-1852)
        • War of 1812
        • Treaty of Ghent
        • Missouri Compromise
        • Internal Improvements
        • Spanish-American Independence
        • The American System
        • Secretary of State
        • His Position on African Slavery
        • The Compromise of 1850
      • War of 1812
      • Treaty of Ghent
      • Missouri Compromise
      • Internal Improvements
      • Spanish-American Independence
      • The American System
      • Secretary of State
      • His Position on African Slavery
      • The Compromise of 1850
      • PUBLIC SPIRIT IN POLITICS
        • From a Speech at Buffalo, July 17th, 1839
      • From a Speech at Buffalo, July 17th, 1839
      • ON THE GREEK STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE
        • From a Speech in 1824
      • From a Speech in 1824
      • SOUTH-AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE AS RELATED TO THE UNITED STATES
        • From a Speech before the House of Representatives in 1818
      • From a Speech before the House of Representatives in 1818
      • FROM THE VALEDICTORY TO THE SENATE, DELIVERED IN 1842
      • FROM THE LEXINGTON 'SPEECH ON RETIREMENT TO PRIVATE LIFE'
    • (1777-1852)
      • War of 1812
      • Treaty of Ghent
      • Missouri Compromise
      • Internal Improvements
      • Spanish-American Independence
      • The American System
      • Secretary of State
      • His Position on African Slavery
      • The Compromise of 1850
    • War of 1812
    • Treaty of Ghent
    • Missouri Compromise
    • Internal Improvements
    • Spanish-American Independence
    • The American System
    • Secretary of State
    • His Position on African Slavery
    • The Compromise of 1850
    • PUBLIC SPIRIT IN POLITICS
      • From a Speech at Buffalo, July 17th, 1839
    • From a Speech at Buffalo, July 17th, 1839
    • ON THE GREEK STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE
      • From a Speech in 1824
    • From a Speech in 1824
    • SOUTH-AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE AS RELATED TO THE UNITED STATES
      • From a Speech before the House of Representatives in 1818
    • From a Speech before the House of Representatives in 1818
    • FROM THE VALEDICTORY TO THE SENATE, DELIVERED IN 1842
    • FROM THE LEXINGTON 'SPEECH ON RETIREMENT TO PRIVATE LIFE'
    • CLEANTHES
      • (331-232 B.C.)
      • HYMN TO ZEUS
    • (331-232 B.C.)
    • HYMN TO ZEUS
    • SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS (MARK TWAIN)
      • (1835-)
      • THE CHILD OF CALAMITY
        • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • A STEAMBOAT LANDING AT A SMALL TOWN
        • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • THE HIGH RIVER: AND A PHANTOM PILOT
        • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • AN ENCHANTING RIVER SCENE
        • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • THE LIGHTNING PILOT
        • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
      • AN EXPEDITION AGAINST OGRES
        • From 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
      • From 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
      • THE TRUE PRINCE AND THE FEIGNED ONE
        • From 'The Prince and the Pauper': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
      • From 'The Prince and the Pauper': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
    • (1835-)
    • THE CHILD OF CALAMITY
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • A STEAMBOAT LANDING AT A SMALL TOWN
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • THE HIGH RIVER: AND A PHANTOM PILOT
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • AN ENCHANTING RIVER SCENE
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • THE LIGHTNING PILOT
      • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • From 'Life on the Mississippi': copyright 1883, by James R. Osgood and Company
    • AN EXPEDITION AGAINST OGRES
      • From 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
    • From 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
    • THE TRUE PRINCE AND THE FEIGNED ONE
      • From 'The Prince and the Pauper': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
    • From 'The Prince and the Pauper': copyright 1889, by Charles L. Webster and Company
    • ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH
      • (1819-1861)
      • THERE IS NO GOD
      • THE LATEST DECALOGUE
      • TO THE UNKNOWN GOD
      • EASTER DAY
        • NAPLES, 1849
      • NAPLES, 1849
      • IT FORTIFIES MY SOUL TO KNOW
      • SAY NOT, THE STRUGGLE NAUGHT AVAILETH
      • COME BACK
      • AS SHIPS BECALMED
      • THE UNKNOWN COURSE
      • THE GONDOLA
      • THE POET'S PLACE IN LIFE
      • ON KEEPING WITHIN ONE'S PROPER SPHERE
        • From 'The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich'
      • From 'The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich'
      • CONSIDER IT AGAIN
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • (1819-1861)
    • THERE IS NO GOD
    • THE LATEST DECALOGUE
    • TO THE UNKNOWN GOD
    • EASTER DAY
      • NAPLES, 1849
    • NAPLES, 1849
    • IT FORTIFIES MY SOUL TO KNOW
    • SAY NOT, THE STRUGGLE NAUGHT AVAILETH
    • COME BACK
    • AS SHIPS BECALMED
    • THE UNKNOWN COURSE
    • THE GONDOLA
    • THE POET'S PLACE IN LIFE
    • ON KEEPING WITHIN ONE'S PROPER SPHERE
      • From 'The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich'
    • From 'The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich'
    • CONSIDER IT AGAIN
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
      • (1772-1834)
    • (1772-1834)
    • KUBLA KHAN
      • THE ALBATROSS
        • From 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'
      • From 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'
      • TIME, REAL AND IMAGINARY
      • DEJECTION: AN ODE
      • Ballad of Sir Patrick Spence.
      • THE THREE TREASURES
      • TO A GENTLEMAN
      • Composed on the Night after His Recitation of a Poem On the Growth of an Individual Mind
      • ODE TO GEORGIANA, DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE
      • On the Twenty-fourth Stanza in Her 'Passage over Mount Gothard'
      • THE PAINS OF SLEEP
      • SONG, BY GLYCINE
      • YOUTH AND AGE
      • PHANTOM OR FACT?
    • THE ALBATROSS
      • From 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'
    • From 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'
    • TIME, REAL AND IMAGINARY
    • DEJECTION: AN ODE
    • Ballad of Sir Patrick Spence.
    • THE THREE TREASURES
    • TO A GENTLEMAN
    • Composed on the Night after His Recitation of a Poem On the Growth of an Individual Mind
    • ODE TO GEORGIANA, DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE
    • On the Twenty-fourth Stanza in Her 'Passage over Mount Gothard'
    • THE PAINS OF SLEEP
    • SONG, BY GLYCINE
    • YOUTH AND AGE
    • PHANTOM OR FACT?
    • WILLIAM COLLINS
      • (1721-1759)
      • HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE
      • THE PASSIONS
      • TO EVENING
      • ODE ON THE DEATH OF THOMSON
    • (1721-1759)
    • HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE
    • THE PASSIONS
    • TO EVENING
    • ODE ON THE DEATH OF THOMSON
    • WILLIAM WILKIE COLLINS
      • (1824-1889)
      • THE SLEEP-WALKING
        • From 'The Moonstone'
      • From 'The Moonstone'
      • COUNT FOSCO
        • From 'The Woman in White'
      • From 'The Woman in White'
      • TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES
    • (1824-1889)
    • THE SLEEP-WALKING
      • From 'The Moonstone'
    • From 'The Moonstone'
    • COUNT FOSCO
      • From 'The Woman in White'
    • From 'The Woman in White'
    • TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES
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