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East and West: Poems

By Bret Harte
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  • East and West Poems.
  • Contents.
    • Part I.
    • Part II.
  • Part I.
  • A Greyport Legend.
    • (1797.)
  • A Newport Romance.
  • The Hawk's Nest.
    • (Sierras.)
  • In the Mission Garden.
    • (1865.)
  • The Old Major Explains.
    • (Re-Union Army of the Potomac, 12th May, 1871.)
  • "Seventy-Nine"
    • Mr. Interviewer Interviewed.
  • His Answer to "Her Letter."
    • Reported by Truthful James.
  • Further Language from Truthful James.
    • (Nye's Ford, Stanislaus.)
      • (1870.)
    • (1870.)
  • The Wonderful Spring of San Joaquin.
  • On a Cone of the Big Trees.
    • Sequoia Gigantea.
  • A Sanitary Message.
  • The Copperhead.
    • (1864.)
  • On a Pen of Thomas Starr King.
  • Lone Mountain.
    • (Cemetery, San Francisco.)
  • California's Greeting to Seward.
    • (1869.)
  • The Two Ships.
  • The Goddess.
    • For the Sanitary Fair.
  • Address.
    • Opening of the California Theatre, San Francisco, Jan. 19, 1870
  • The Lost Galleon.
  • A Second Review of the Grand Army.
  • Part II.
  • Before the Curtain.
  • The Stage-Driver's Story.
  • Aspiring Miss de Laine.
    • A Chemical Narrative.
  • California Madrigal.
    • On the Approach of Spring.
  • St. Thomas.
    • A Geographical Survey.
      • (1868.)
    • (1868.)
  • The Ballad of Mr. Cooke.
    • A Legend of the Cliff House, San Francisco.
  • The Legends of the Rhine.
  • Mrs. Judge Jenkins.
    • [Being the Only Genuine Sequel to "Maud Muller."]
  • Avitor.
    • An Aerial Retrospect.
  • A White-Pine Ballad.
  • What the Wolf Really Said to Little Red Riding-Hood.
  • The Ritualist.
  • A Moral Vindicator.
  • Songs Without Sense.
    • For the Parlor and Piano.
      • I.—The Personified Sentimental.
      • II.—The Homely Pathetic.
      • III.—Swiss Air.
    • I.—The Personified Sentimental.
    • II.—The Homely Pathetic.
    • III.—Swiss Air.
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