Poems of James Russell Lowell With biographical sketch by Nathan Haskell Dole
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Poems of James Russell Lowell With biographical sketch by Nathan Haskell Dole

By James Russell Lowell
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  • POEMS
  • OF
  • JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
    • WITH BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH BY NATHAN HASKELL DOLE
    • JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
      • BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
    • EARLY POEMS.
      • SONNET.
      • HAKON'S LAY.
      • OUT OF DOORS.
      • A REVERIE.
      • IN SADNESS.
      • FAREWELL.
      • A DIRGE.
      • FANCIES ABOUT A ROSEBUD,
      • NEW YEAR'S EVE, 1844.
      • A MYSTICAL BALLAD.
      • A YEAR'S LIFE.
      • DEDICATION
      • A YEAR'S LIFE.
      • THE SERENADE.
      • SONG.
      • THE DEPARTED.
      • THE BOBOLINK.
      • FORGETFULNESS.
      • SONG.
      • THE POET.
      • FLOWERS.
      • THE LOVER.
      • TO E. W. G.
      • ISABEL.
      • MUSIC.
      • SONG.
      • IANTHE.
      • LOVE'S ALTAR.
      • IMPARTIALITY.
      • BELLEROPHON.
      • SOMETHING NATURAL.
      • A FEELING.
      • THE LOST CHILD.
      • THE CHURCH.
      • THE UNLOVELY.
      • LOVE-SONG.
      • SONG.
      • A LOVE-DREAM.
      • FOURTH OF JULY ODE.
      • SPHINX.
      • "GOE, LITTLE BOOKE!"
    • SONNET.
    • HAKON'S LAY.
    • OUT OF DOORS.
    • A REVERIE.
    • IN SADNESS.
    • FAREWELL.
    • A DIRGE.
    • FANCIES ABOUT A ROSEBUD,
    • NEW YEAR'S EVE, 1844.
    • A MYSTICAL BALLAD.
    • A YEAR'S LIFE.
    • DEDICATION
    • A YEAR'S LIFE.
    • THE SERENADE.
    • SONG.
    • THE DEPARTED.
    • THE BOBOLINK.
    • FORGETFULNESS.
    • SONG.
    • THE POET.
    • FLOWERS.
    • THE LOVER.
    • TO E. W. G.
    • ISABEL.
    • MUSIC.
    • SONG.
    • IANTHE.
    • LOVE'S ALTAR.
    • IMPARTIALITY.
    • BELLEROPHON.
    • SOMETHING NATURAL.
    • A FEELING.
    • THE LOST CHILD.
    • THE CHURCH.
    • THE UNLOVELY.
    • LOVE-SONG.
    • SONG.
    • A LOVE-DREAM.
    • FOURTH OF JULY ODE.
    • SPHINX.
    • "GOE, LITTLE BOOKE!"
    • SONNETS.
      • DISAPPOINTMENT.
      • TO A FRIEND.
      • TO ——
      • GREEN MOUNTAINS.
      • "NO MORE BUT SO?"
      • TO A VOICE HEARD IN MOUNT AUBURN.
      • ON READING SPENSER AGAIN.
      • TO THE EVENING-STAR.
      • READING.
      • TO ——, AFTER A SNOW-STORM.
      • SONNETS ON NAMES.
      • EDITH.
      • ROSE.
      • MARY.
      • CAROLINE.
      • ANNE.
    • DISAPPOINTMENT.
    • TO A FRIEND.
    • TO ——
    • GREEN MOUNTAINS.
    • "NO MORE BUT SO?"
    • TO A VOICE HEARD IN MOUNT AUBURN.
    • ON READING SPENSER AGAIN.
    • TO THE EVENING-STAR.
    • READING.
    • TO ——, AFTER A SNOW-STORM.
    • SONNETS ON NAMES.
    • EDITH.
    • ROSE.
    • MARY.
    • CAROLINE.
    • ANNE.
    • MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.
      • THRENODIA.
      • THE SIRENS.
      • IRENÉ.
      • SERENADE.
      • WITH A PRESSED FLOWER.
      • THE BEGGAR.
      • MY LOVE.
      • SUMMER STORM.
      • LOVE.
      • TO PERDITA, SINGING.
      • THE MOON.
      • REMEMBERED MUSIC.
      • A FRAGMENT.
      • SONG.
      • TO M. L.
      • ALLEGRA.
      • THE FOUNTAIN.
      • ODE.
      • THE FATHERLAND.
      • THE FORLORN.
      • MIDNIGHT.
      • A PRAYER.
      • THE HERITAGE.
      • THE ROSE: A BALLAD.
      • A LEGEND OF BRITTANY.
      • PART FIRST.
      • PART SECOND.
      • PROMETHEUS.
      • SONG.
      • ROSALINE.
      • THE SHEPHERD OF KING ADMETUS.
      • THE TOKEN.
      • AN INCIDENT IN A RAILROAD CAR.
      • RHŒCUS.
      • THE FALCON.
      • TRIAL.
      • A REQUIEM.
      • A PARABLE.
      • A GLANCE BEHIND THE CURTAIN.
      • SONG.
      • A CHIPPEWA LEGEND.[A]
      • STANZAS ON FREEDOM
      • COLUMBUS.
      • AN INCIDENT OF THE FIRE AT HAMBURG.
      • THE SOWER.
      • HUNGER AND COLD.
      • THE LANDLORD.
      • TO A PINE-TREE.
      • SI DESCENDERO IN INFERNUM, ADES.
      • TO THE PAST.
      • TO THE FUTURE.
      • HEBE.
      • THE SEARCH.
      • THE PRESENT CRISIS.
      • AN INDIAN-SUMMER REVERIE.
      • THE GROWTH OF THE LEGEND.
      • A FRAGMENT.
      • A CONTRAST.
      • EXTREME UNCTION.
      • THE OAK.
      • AMBROSE.
      • ABOVE AND BELOW.
      • THE CAPTIVE.
      • THE BIRCH-TREE.
      • AN INTERVIEW WITH MILES STANDISH.
      • ON THE CAPTURE OF CERTAIN FUGITIVE SLAVES NEAR WASHINGTON.
      • TO THE DANDELION.
      • THE GHOST-SEER.
      • STUDIES FOR TWO HEADS.
      • ON A PORTRAIT OF DANTE BY GIOTTO.
      • ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND'S CHILD.
      • EURYDICE.
      • SHE CAME AND WENT.
      • THE CHANGELING.
      • THE PIONEER.
      • LONGING.
      • ODE TO FRANCE.
      • FEBRUARY, 1848.
      • A PARABLE.
      • ODE
      • WRITTEN FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE INTRODUCTION OF THE COCHITUATE WATER INTO THE CITY OF BOSTON.
      • LINES
      • SUGGESTED BY THE GRAVES OF TWO ENGLISH SOLDIERS ON CONCORD BATTLE-GROUND.
      • TO ——.
      • FREEDOM.
      • BIBLIOLATRES.
      • BEAVER BROOK.
      • APPLEDORE.
      • DARA.
      • TO J. F. H.
    • THRENODIA.
    • THE SIRENS.
    • IRENÉ.
    • SERENADE.
    • WITH A PRESSED FLOWER.
    • THE BEGGAR.
    • MY LOVE.
    • SUMMER STORM.
    • LOVE.
    • TO PERDITA, SINGING.
    • THE MOON.
    • REMEMBERED MUSIC.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • SONG.
    • TO M. L.
    • ALLEGRA.
    • THE FOUNTAIN.
    • ODE.
    • THE FATHERLAND.
    • THE FORLORN.
    • MIDNIGHT.
    • A PRAYER.
    • THE HERITAGE.
    • THE ROSE: A BALLAD.
    • A LEGEND OF BRITTANY.
    • PART FIRST.
    • PART SECOND.
    • PROMETHEUS.
    • SONG.
    • ROSALINE.
    • THE SHEPHERD OF KING ADMETUS.
    • THE TOKEN.
    • AN INCIDENT IN A RAILROAD CAR.
    • RHŒCUS.
    • THE FALCON.
    • TRIAL.
    • A REQUIEM.
    • A PARABLE.
    • A GLANCE BEHIND THE CURTAIN.
    • SONG.
    • A CHIPPEWA LEGEND.[A]
    • STANZAS ON FREEDOM
    • COLUMBUS.
    • AN INCIDENT OF THE FIRE AT HAMBURG.
    • THE SOWER.
    • HUNGER AND COLD.
    • THE LANDLORD.
    • TO A PINE-TREE.
    • SI DESCENDERO IN INFERNUM, ADES.
    • TO THE PAST.
    • TO THE FUTURE.
    • HEBE.
    • THE SEARCH.
    • THE PRESENT CRISIS.
    • AN INDIAN-SUMMER REVERIE.
    • THE GROWTH OF THE LEGEND.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • A CONTRAST.
    • EXTREME UNCTION.
    • THE OAK.
    • AMBROSE.
    • ABOVE AND BELOW.
    • THE CAPTIVE.
    • THE BIRCH-TREE.
    • AN INTERVIEW WITH MILES STANDISH.
    • ON THE CAPTURE OF CERTAIN FUGITIVE SLAVES NEAR WASHINGTON.
    • TO THE DANDELION.
    • THE GHOST-SEER.
    • STUDIES FOR TWO HEADS.
    • ON A PORTRAIT OF DANTE BY GIOTTO.
    • ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND'S CHILD.
    • EURYDICE.
    • SHE CAME AND WENT.
    • THE CHANGELING.
    • THE PIONEER.
    • LONGING.
    • ODE TO FRANCE.
    • FEBRUARY, 1848.
    • A PARABLE.
    • ODE
    • WRITTEN FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE INTRODUCTION OF THE COCHITUATE WATER INTO THE CITY OF BOSTON.
    • LINES
    • SUGGESTED BY THE GRAVES OF TWO ENGLISH SOLDIERS ON CONCORD BATTLE-GROUND.
    • TO ——.
    • FREEDOM.
    • BIBLIOLATRES.
    • BEAVER BROOK.
    • APPLEDORE.
    • DARA.
    • TO J. F. H.
    • MEMORIAL VERSES.
      • KOSSUTH.
      • TO LAMARTINE.
      • 1848.
      • TO JOHN G. PALFREY.
      • TO W. L. GARRISON.
      • ON THE DEATH OF C. T. TORREY.
      • ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF DR. CHANNING.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF HOOD.
    • KOSSUTH.
    • TO LAMARTINE.
    • 1848.
    • TO JOHN G. PALFREY.
    • TO W. L. GARRISON.
    • ON THE DEATH OF C. T. TORREY.
    • ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF DR. CHANNING.
    • TO THE MEMORY OF HOOD.
    • SONNETS.
      • TO A. C. L.
      • TO THE SPIRIT OF KEATS.
      • TO M. W. ON HER BIRTHDAY.
      • SUB PONDERE CRESCIT.
      • ON READING WORDSWORTH'S SONNETS IN DEFENCE OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.
      • THE SAME CONTINUED.
      • THE SAME CONTINUED.
      • THE SAME CONTINUED.
      • THE SAME CONTINUED.
      • THE SAME CONCLUDED.
      • TO M. O. S.
      • IN ABSENCE.
      • WENDELL PHILLIPS.
      • THE STREET.
      • TO J. R. GIDDINGS.
      • L'ENVOI.
      • THE VISION OF SIR LAUNFAL.
      • PRELUDE TO PART FIRST.
      • Part First.
      • PRELUDE TO PART SECOND.
      • Part Second.
    • TO A. C. L.
    • TO THE SPIRIT OF KEATS.
    • TO M. W. ON HER BIRTHDAY.
    • SUB PONDERE CRESCIT.
    • ON READING WORDSWORTH'S SONNETS IN DEFENCE OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.
    • THE SAME CONTINUED.
    • THE SAME CONTINUED.
    • THE SAME CONTINUED.
    • THE SAME CONTINUED.
    • THE SAME CONCLUDED.
    • TO M. O. S.
    • IN ABSENCE.
    • WENDELL PHILLIPS.
    • THE STREET.
    • TO J. R. GIDDINGS.
    • L'ENVOI.
    • THE VISION OF SIR LAUNFAL.
    • PRELUDE TO PART FIRST.
    • Part First.
    • PRELUDE TO PART SECOND.
    • Part Second.
    • FABLE FOR CRITICS:
      • A FABLE FOR CRITICS.
    • A FABLE FOR CRITICS.
    • THE BIGLOW PAPERS.
  • Biglow Papers,
    • WITH AN INTRODUCTION, NOTES, GLOSSARY, AND COPIOUS INDEX,
    • HOMER WILBUR, A.M.,
    • NOTE TO TITLE-PAGE.
      • THE TWO GUNNERS.
      • LEAVING THE MATTER OPEN.
    • THE TWO GUNNERS.
    • LEAVING THE MATTER OPEN.
    • THE BIGLOW PAPERS.
      • No. I. A LETTER
      • No. II. A LETTER
      • No. III.
      • No. IV.
      • No. V.
      • No. VI.
      • No. VII.
      • A LETTER
      • No. VIII.
      • No. IX.
    • No. I. A LETTER
    • No. II. A LETTER
    • No. III.
    • No. IV.
    • No. V.
    • No. VI.
    • No. VII.
    • A LETTER
    • No. VIII.
    • No. IX.
    • THE UNHAPPY LOT OF MR. KNOTT.
      • THE UNHAPPY LOT OF MR. KNOTT.
      • AN ORIENTAL APOLOGUE.
    • THE UNHAPPY LOT OF MR. KNOTT.
    • AN ORIENTAL APOLOGUE.
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