The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Vol II (of II)
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The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Vol II (of II)

By Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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  • THE
  • COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS
  • OF
  • SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
    • INCLUDING
      • POEMS AND VERSIONS OF POEMS NOW
      • PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME
        • EDITED
      • EDITED
      • WITH TEXTUAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
        • BY
      • BY
    • POEMS AND VERSIONS OF POEMS NOW
    • PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME
      • EDITED
    • EDITED
    • WITH TEXTUAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
      • BY
    • BY
    • ERNEST HARTLEY COLERIDGE
      • OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1912
    • OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1912
    • CONTENTS OF VOL. II
    • DRAMATIC WORKS
    • THE FALL OF ROBESPIERRE[495:1]
      • AN HISTORIC DRAMA
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • AN HISTORIC DRAMA
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ACT I
      • Scene—The Thuilleries.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Scene—The Thuilleries.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ACT II
      • Scene—The Convention.
    • Scene—The Convention.
    • ACT III
      • Scene continues.
    • Scene continues.
    • OSORIO
      • A TRAGEDY[518:1]
      • DRAMATIS PERSONAE
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • A TRAGEDY[518:1]
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT THE FIRST[519:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT THE SECOND
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II.
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II.
    • ACT THE THIRD
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • ACT III.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT III.
    • ACT THE FOURTH
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • Scene III
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • Scene III
    • ACT THE FIFTH
      • Scene the First.—The Sea Shore.
      • Scene.—A Dungeon.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene the First.—The Sea Shore.
    • Scene.—A Dungeon.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • THE PICCOLOMINI[598:1]
      • OR, THE FIRST PART OF WALLENSTEIN
        • A DRAMA
        • TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER
      • A DRAMA
      • TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER
      • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • OR, THE FIRST PART OF WALLENSTEIN
      • A DRAMA
      • TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER
    • A DRAMA
    • TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER
    • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE PICCOLOMINI[600:1]
    • ACT I
      • Scene I
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VIII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IX
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene X
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene XI
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene XII
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VIII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IX
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene X
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene XI
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene XII
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT II
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VII
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VIII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IX
      • Scene X
      • Scene XI
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene XII
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene XIII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene XIV
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VII
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VIII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IX
    • Scene X
    • Scene XI
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene XII
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene XIII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene XIV
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT III
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT IV
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VII
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VII
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT V
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • LINENOTES:
    • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN
      • A TRAGEDY
      • IN FIVE ACTS
      • PREFACE OF THE TRANSLATOR
      • TO THE FIRST EDITION
      • LINENOTES:
      • DRAMATIS PERSONAE
    • A TRAGEDY
    • IN FIVE ACTS
    • PREFACE OF THE TRANSLATOR
    • TO THE FIRST EDITION
    • LINENOTES:
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE
    • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN
    • ACT I
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • Scene VI
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VIII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IX
      • Scene X
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene XI
      • Scene XII
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • Scene VI
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VIII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IX
    • Scene X
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene XI
    • Scene XII
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT II
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • Scene III
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • Scene V
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VII
      • Scene VIII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IX
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene X
      • Scene XI
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • Scene III
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • Scene V
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VII
    • Scene VIII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IX
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene X
    • Scene XI
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT III
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • Scene V
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VIII
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IX
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • Scene V
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VIII
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IX
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT IV
      • Scene I
      • Scene II
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VI
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • Scene II
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VI
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT V
      • Scene I
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IV
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene V
      • Scene VI
      • Scene VII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene VIII
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene IX
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene X
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IV
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene V
    • Scene VI
    • Scene VII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene VIII
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene IX
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene X
    • LINENOTES:
    • REMORSE[812:1]
    • PREFACE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PROLOGUE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • EPILOGUE
    • REMORSE[819:1]
      • A TRAGEDY IN FIVE ACTS[819:2]
      • DRAMATIS PERSONAE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • A TRAGEDY IN FIVE ACTS[819:2]
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ACT I
      • Scene I
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT II
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT III
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT IV
      • Scene I
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene II
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • Scene III
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene II
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • Scene III
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT V
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • APPENDIX
    • ZAPOLYA[883:1]
      • A CHRISTMAS TALE IN TWO PARTS[883:2]
      • ADVERTISEMENT
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • A CHRISTMAS TALE IN TWO PARTS[883:2]
    • ADVERTISEMENT
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • PART I
    • THE PRELUDE, ENTITLED 'THE USURPER'S FORTUNE'
      • CHARACTERS
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
    • CHARACTERS
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • Part II
    • THE SEQUEL, ENTITLED 'THE USURPER'S FATE'
      • ADDITIONAL CHARACTERS
    • ADDITIONAL CHARACTERS
    • USURPATION ENDED; OR, SHE COMES AGAIN
    • ACT I
      • Scene I
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT II
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT III
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • ACT IV
      • Scene I
      • LINENOTES:
    • Scene I
    • LINENOTES:
    • EPIGRAMS[951:1]
      • 1
      • EPIGRAM
        • AN APOLOGY FOR SPENCERS
      • AN APOLOGY FOR SPENCERS
      • 2
      • EPIGRAM
        • ON A LATE MARRIAGE BETWEEN AN OLD MAID AND FRENCH PETIT MAÎTRE
      • ON A LATE MARRIAGE BETWEEN AN OLD MAID AND FRENCH PETIT MAÎTRE
      • 3
      • EPIGRAM
        • ON AN AMOROUS DOCTOR
      • ON AN AMOROUS DOCTOR
      • 4
      • EPIGRAM
      • 5
      • ON DEPUTY ——
      • 6
      • [EPIGRAM]
      • 7
      • ON MR. ROSS, USUALLY COGNOMINATED NOSY[953:1]
      • 8
      • [EPIGRAM]
      • 9
      • [EPIGRAM]
      • 10
        • [ANOTHER VERSION]
      • [ANOTHER VERSION]
      • 11
      • ON AN INSIGNIFICANT[954:1]
      • 12
      • [EPIGRAM]
      • 13
      • ON A SLANDERER
      • 14
      • LINES IN A GERMAN STUDENT'S ALBUM
      • 15
      • [HIPPONA]
      • 16
      • ON A READER OF HIS OWN VERSES
      • 17
      • ON A REPORT OF A MINISTER'S DEATH WRITTEN IN GERMANY
      • LINENOTES:
      • 18
      • [DEAR BROTHER JEM]
      • 19
      • JOB'S LUCK
      • LINENOTES:
      • 20
      • ON THE SICKNESS OF A GREAT MINISTER
      • 21
      • [TO A VIRTUOUS OECONOMIST]
        • Wernicke
      • Wernicke
      • 22
      • [L'ENFANT PRODIGUE]
      • 23
      • ON SIR RUBICUND NASO
        • A COURT ALDERMAN AND WHISPERER OF SECRETS
      • A COURT ALDERMAN AND WHISPERER OF SECRETS
      • 24
      • TO MR. PYE
      • 25
      • [NINETY-EIGHT]
      • 26
      • OCCASIONED BY THE FORMER
      • LINENOTES:
      • 27
      • [A LIAR BY PROFESSION]
      • 28
      • TO A PROUD PARENT
      • 29
      • RUFA
      • 30
      • ON A VOLUNTEER SINGER
      • 31
      • OCCASIONED BY THE LAST
      • LINENOTES:
      • 32
      • EPITAPH ON MAJOR DIEMAN
      • 33
      • ON THE ABOVE
      • 34
      • EPITAPH
        • ON A BAD MAN
        • ANOTHER VERSION
        • Obiit Saturday, Sept. 10, 1830.
      • ON A BAD MAN
      • ANOTHER VERSION
      • Obiit Saturday, Sept. 10, 1830.
      • 35
      • TO A CERTAIN MODERN NARCISSUS
      • 36
      • TO A CRITIC
        • WHO EXTRACTED A PASSAGE FROM A POEM WITHOUT ADDING A WORD RESPECTING THE CONTEXT, AND THEN DERIDED IT AS UNINTELLIGIBLE.
      • WHO EXTRACTED A PASSAGE FROM A POEM WITHOUT ADDING A WORD RESPECTING THE CONTEXT, AND THEN DERIDED IT AS UNINTELLIGIBLE.
      • 37
      • ALWAYS AUDIBLE
      • 38
      • PONDERE NON NUMERO
      • 39
      • THE COMPLIMENT QUALIFIED
      • 40
      • 41
      • 42
      • 43
      • 44
      • TO ONE WHO PUBLISHED[964:1] IN PRINT
        • WHAT HAD BEEN ENTRUSTED TO HIM BY MY FIRESIDE
      • WHAT HAD BEEN ENTRUSTED TO HIM BY MY FIRESIDE
      • 45
      • 46
      • 47
      • TO A VAIN YOUNG LADY
      • 48
      • A HINT TO PREMIERS AND FIRST CONSULS
        • FROM AN OLD TRAGEDY, VIZ. AGATHA TO KING ARCHELAUS
      • FROM AN OLD TRAGEDY, VIZ. AGATHA TO KING ARCHELAUS
      • 49
      • 50
      • FOR A HOUSE-DOG'S COLLAR
      • 51
      • 52
      • EPITAPH ON A MERCENARY MISER
      • 53
      • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN AN AUTHOR AND HIS FRIEND
      • 54
      • Μωροσοφία OR WISDOM IN FOLLY
      • 55
      • 56
      • FROM AN OLD GERMAN POET
      • 57
      • ON THE CURIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE,
        • THAT IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE THE SUN IS FEMININE, AND THE MOON IS MASCULINE
      • THAT IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE THE SUN IS FEMININE, AND THE MOON IS MASCULINE
      • 58
      • SPOTS IN THE SUN
      • 59
      • 60
      • TO MY CANDLE
        • THE FAREWELL EPIGRAM
      • THE FAREWELL EPIGRAM
      • 61
      • EPITAPH
        • ON HIMSELF
      • ON HIMSELF
      • 62
      • THE TASTE OF THE TIMES
      • 63
      • ON PITT AND FOX
      • 64
      • 65
      • COMPARATIVE BREVITY OF GREEK AND ENGLISH
      • 66
      • EPIGRAM ON THE SECRECY OF A CERTAIN LADY
      • 67
      • MOTTO
        • FOR A TRANSPARENCY DESIGNED BY WASHINGTON ALLSTON AND EXHIBITED AT BRISTOL ON 'PROCLAMATION DAY'—June 29, 1814.
        • ANOTHER VERSION
      • FOR A TRANSPARENCY DESIGNED BY WASHINGTON ALLSTON AND EXHIBITED AT BRISTOL ON 'PROCLAMATION DAY'—June 29, 1814.
      • ANOTHER VERSION
      • 68
      • 69
      • MODERN CRITICS
      • 70
      • WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM
      • 71
      • TO A LADY WHO REQUESTED ME TO WRITE A POEM UPON NOTHING
      • 72
      • SENTIMENTAL
      • 73
      • 74
      • AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS
      • 75
      • THE ALTERNATIVE
      • 76
      • 77
      • INSCRIPTION FOR A TIME-PIECE
      • 78
      • ON THE MOST VERACIOUS ANECDOTIST, AND SMALL-TALK MAN, THOMAS HILL, ESQ.[974:1]
      • 79
      • 80
      • EPITAPH OF THE PRESENT YEAR ON THE MONUMENT OF THOMAS FULLER
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1
    • EPIGRAM
      • AN APOLOGY FOR SPENCERS
    • AN APOLOGY FOR SPENCERS
    • 2
    • EPIGRAM
      • ON A LATE MARRIAGE BETWEEN AN OLD MAID AND FRENCH PETIT MAÎTRE
    • ON A LATE MARRIAGE BETWEEN AN OLD MAID AND FRENCH PETIT MAÎTRE
    • 3
    • EPIGRAM
      • ON AN AMOROUS DOCTOR
    • ON AN AMOROUS DOCTOR
    • 4
    • EPIGRAM
    • 5
    • ON DEPUTY ——
    • 6
    • [EPIGRAM]
    • 7
    • ON MR. ROSS, USUALLY COGNOMINATED NOSY[953:1]
    • 8
    • [EPIGRAM]
    • 9
    • [EPIGRAM]
    • 10
      • [ANOTHER VERSION]
    • [ANOTHER VERSION]
    • 11
    • ON AN INSIGNIFICANT[954:1]
    • 12
    • [EPIGRAM]
    • 13
    • ON A SLANDERER
    • 14
    • LINES IN A GERMAN STUDENT'S ALBUM
    • 15
    • [HIPPONA]
    • 16
    • ON A READER OF HIS OWN VERSES
    • 17
    • ON A REPORT OF A MINISTER'S DEATH WRITTEN IN GERMANY
    • LINENOTES:
    • 18
    • [DEAR BROTHER JEM]
    • 19
    • JOB'S LUCK
    • LINENOTES:
    • 20
    • ON THE SICKNESS OF A GREAT MINISTER
    • 21
    • [TO A VIRTUOUS OECONOMIST]
      • Wernicke
    • Wernicke
    • 22
    • [L'ENFANT PRODIGUE]
    • 23
    • ON SIR RUBICUND NASO
      • A COURT ALDERMAN AND WHISPERER OF SECRETS
    • A COURT ALDERMAN AND WHISPERER OF SECRETS
    • 24
    • TO MR. PYE
    • 25
    • [NINETY-EIGHT]
    • 26
    • OCCASIONED BY THE FORMER
    • LINENOTES:
    • 27
    • [A LIAR BY PROFESSION]
    • 28
    • TO A PROUD PARENT
    • 29
    • RUFA
    • 30
    • ON A VOLUNTEER SINGER
    • 31
    • OCCASIONED BY THE LAST
    • LINENOTES:
    • 32
    • EPITAPH ON MAJOR DIEMAN
    • 33
    • ON THE ABOVE
    • 34
    • EPITAPH
      • ON A BAD MAN
      • ANOTHER VERSION
      • Obiit Saturday, Sept. 10, 1830.
    • ON A BAD MAN
    • ANOTHER VERSION
    • Obiit Saturday, Sept. 10, 1830.
    • 35
    • TO A CERTAIN MODERN NARCISSUS
    • 36
    • TO A CRITIC
      • WHO EXTRACTED A PASSAGE FROM A POEM WITHOUT ADDING A WORD RESPECTING THE CONTEXT, AND THEN DERIDED IT AS UNINTELLIGIBLE.
    • WHO EXTRACTED A PASSAGE FROM A POEM WITHOUT ADDING A WORD RESPECTING THE CONTEXT, AND THEN DERIDED IT AS UNINTELLIGIBLE.
    • 37
    • ALWAYS AUDIBLE
    • 38
    • PONDERE NON NUMERO
    • 39
    • THE COMPLIMENT QUALIFIED
    • 40
    • 41
    • 42
    • 43
    • 44
    • TO ONE WHO PUBLISHED[964:1] IN PRINT
      • WHAT HAD BEEN ENTRUSTED TO HIM BY MY FIRESIDE
    • WHAT HAD BEEN ENTRUSTED TO HIM BY MY FIRESIDE
    • 45
    • 46
    • 47
    • TO A VAIN YOUNG LADY
    • 48
    • A HINT TO PREMIERS AND FIRST CONSULS
      • FROM AN OLD TRAGEDY, VIZ. AGATHA TO KING ARCHELAUS
    • FROM AN OLD TRAGEDY, VIZ. AGATHA TO KING ARCHELAUS
    • 49
    • 50
    • FOR A HOUSE-DOG'S COLLAR
    • 51
    • 52
    • EPITAPH ON A MERCENARY MISER
    • 53
    • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN AN AUTHOR AND HIS FRIEND
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    • Μωροσοφία OR WISDOM IN FOLLY
    • 55
    • 56
    • FROM AN OLD GERMAN POET
    • 57
    • ON THE CURIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE,
      • THAT IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE THE SUN IS FEMININE, AND THE MOON IS MASCULINE
    • THAT IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE THE SUN IS FEMININE, AND THE MOON IS MASCULINE
    • 58
    • SPOTS IN THE SUN
    • 59
    • 60
    • TO MY CANDLE
      • THE FAREWELL EPIGRAM
    • THE FAREWELL EPIGRAM
    • 61
    • EPITAPH
      • ON HIMSELF
    • ON HIMSELF
    • 62
    • THE TASTE OF THE TIMES
    • 63
    • ON PITT AND FOX
    • 64
    • 65
    • COMPARATIVE BREVITY OF GREEK AND ENGLISH
    • 66
    • EPIGRAM ON THE SECRECY OF A CERTAIN LADY
    • 67
    • MOTTO
      • FOR A TRANSPARENCY DESIGNED BY WASHINGTON ALLSTON AND EXHIBITED AT BRISTOL ON 'PROCLAMATION DAY'—June 29, 1814.
      • ANOTHER VERSION
    • FOR A TRANSPARENCY DESIGNED BY WASHINGTON ALLSTON AND EXHIBITED AT BRISTOL ON 'PROCLAMATION DAY'—June 29, 1814.
    • ANOTHER VERSION
    • 68
    • 69
    • MODERN CRITICS
    • 70
    • WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM
    • 71
    • TO A LADY WHO REQUESTED ME TO WRITE A POEM UPON NOTHING
    • 72
    • SENTIMENTAL
    • 73
    • 74
    • AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS
    • 75
    • THE ALTERNATIVE
    • 76
    • 77
    • INSCRIPTION FOR A TIME-PIECE
    • 78
    • ON THE MOST VERACIOUS ANECDOTIST, AND SMALL-TALK MAN, THOMAS HILL, ESQ.[974:1]
    • 79
    • 80
    • EPITAPH OF THE PRESENT YEAR ON THE MONUMENT OF THOMAS FULLER
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • JEUX D'ESPRIT
      • 1
        • MY GODMOTHER'S BEARD[976:1]
      • MY GODMOTHER'S BEARD[976:1]
      • LINENOTES:
      • 2
      • LINES TO THOMAS POOLE
      • 3
      • TO A WELL-KNOWN MUSICAL CRITIC, REMARKABLE FOR HIS EARS STICKING THROUGH HIS HAIR.
      • 4
      • TO T. POOLE
        • AN INVITATION
      • AN INVITATION
      • 5
      • SONG
        • TO BE SUNG BY THE LOVERS OF ALL THE NOBLE LIQUORS COMPRISED UNDER THE NAME OF ALE.
      • TO BE SUNG BY THE LOVERS OF ALL THE NOBLE LIQUORS COMPRISED UNDER THE NAME OF ALE.
      • 6
      • DRINKING versus THINKING
        • OR, A SONG AGAINST THE NEW PHILOSOPHY
      • OR, A SONG AGAINST THE NEW PHILOSOPHY
      • 7
      • THE WILLS OF THE WISP
        • A SAPPHIC
      • A SAPPHIC
      • 8
      • TO CAPTAIN FINDLAY
      • 9
      • ON DONNE'S POEM 'TO A FLEA'
      • 10
      • [EX LIBRIS S. T. C.][981:1]
      • 11
      • ΕΓΩΕΝΚΑΙΠΑΝ
      • 12
      • THE BRIDGE STREET COMMITTEE
      • 13
      • NONSENSE SAPPHICS[983:1]
      • 14
      • TO SUSAN STEELE ON RECEIVING THE PURSE
        • EXTRUMPERY LINES
      • EXTRUMPERY LINES
      • 15
      • ASSOCIATION OF IDEAS[984:1]
      • 16
      • VERSES TRIVOCULAR
      • 17
      • CHOLERA CURED BEFORE-HAND
      • LINENOTES:
      • 18
      • TO BABY BATES
      • 19
      • TO A CHILD[987:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1
      • MY GODMOTHER'S BEARD[976:1]
    • MY GODMOTHER'S BEARD[976:1]
    • LINENOTES:
    • 2
    • LINES TO THOMAS POOLE
    • 3
    • TO A WELL-KNOWN MUSICAL CRITIC, REMARKABLE FOR HIS EARS STICKING THROUGH HIS HAIR.
    • 4
    • TO T. POOLE
      • AN INVITATION
    • AN INVITATION
    • 5
    • SONG
      • TO BE SUNG BY THE LOVERS OF ALL THE NOBLE LIQUORS COMPRISED UNDER THE NAME OF ALE.
    • TO BE SUNG BY THE LOVERS OF ALL THE NOBLE LIQUORS COMPRISED UNDER THE NAME OF ALE.
    • 6
    • DRINKING versus THINKING
      • OR, A SONG AGAINST THE NEW PHILOSOPHY
    • OR, A SONG AGAINST THE NEW PHILOSOPHY
    • 7
    • THE WILLS OF THE WISP
      • A SAPPHIC
    • A SAPPHIC
    • 8
    • TO CAPTAIN FINDLAY
    • 9
    • ON DONNE'S POEM 'TO A FLEA'
    • 10
    • [EX LIBRIS S. T. C.][981:1]
    • 11
    • ΕΓΩΕΝΚΑΙΠΑΝ
    • 12
    • THE BRIDGE STREET COMMITTEE
    • 13
    • NONSENSE SAPPHICS[983:1]
    • 14
    • TO SUSAN STEELE ON RECEIVING THE PURSE
      • EXTRUMPERY LINES
    • EXTRUMPERY LINES
    • 15
    • ASSOCIATION OF IDEAS[984:1]
    • 16
    • VERSES TRIVOCULAR
    • 17
    • CHOLERA CURED BEFORE-HAND
    • LINENOTES:
    • 18
    • TO BABY BATES
    • 19
    • TO A CHILD[987:1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRAGMENTS FROM A NOTEBOOK[988:1]
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • 5
      • 6
      • 7
      • LINENOTES:
      • 8
      • 9
      • 10
      • 11
      • 12
      • 13
      • 14
      • 15
      • 16
      • 17
      • A DUNGEON
      • LINENOTES:
      • 18
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      • 28
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      • 31
      • 32
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      • 34
      • LINENOTES:
      • 35
      • 36
      • LINENOTES:
      • 37
      • 38
      • 39
      • HYMNS—MOON
      • 40
      • 41
      • 42
      • 43
      • 44
      • 45
      • 46
      • 47
      • 48
      • 49
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • LINENOTES:
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • 12
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
    • 16
    • 17
    • A DUNGEON
    • LINENOTES:
    • 18
    • 19
    • 20
    • 21
    • 22
    • 23
    • 24
    • 25
    • 26
    • 27
    • 28
    • 29
    • 30
    • 31
    • 32
    • 33
    • 34
    • LINENOTES:
    • 35
    • 36
    • LINENOTES:
    • 37
    • 38
    • 39
    • HYMNS—MOON
    • 40
    • 41
    • 42
    • 43
    • 44
    • 45
    • 46
    • 47
    • 48
    • 49
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRAGMENTS[996:1]
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • OVER MY COTTAGE
      • 4
      • 5
      • 6
      • 7
      • 8
      • [THE NIGHT-MARE DEATH IN LIFE]
      • 9
      • 10
      • A BECK IN WINTER[998:1]
      • 11
      • 12
      • 13
      • 14
      • 15
      • 16
      • 17
      • [NOT A CRITIC—BUT A JUDGE]
      • 18
      • 19
      • [DE PROFUNDIS CLAMAVI]
      • 20
      • 21
      • 22
      • 23
      • 24
      • 25
      • 26
      • 27
      • 28
      • 29
      • FRAGMENT OF AN ODE ON NAPOLEON
      • 30
      • 31
        • Another Version
      • Another Version
      • 32
      • 33
      • EPIGRAM ON KEPLER
        • FROM THE GERMAN
      • FROM THE GERMAN
      • LINENOTES:
      • 34
      • 35
      • 36
      • 37
      • 38
      • 39
      • 40
      • [ARS POETICA]
      • 41
      • TRANSLATION OF THE FIRST STROPHE OF PINDAR'S SECOND OLYMPIC
      • 42
      • 43
      • TRANSLATION OF A FRAGMENT OF HERACLITUS[1007:1]
      • 44
      • 45
      • IMITATED FROM ARISTOPHANES
      • 46
      • 47
      • TO EDWARD IRVING
      • 48
      • [LUTHER—DE DÆMONIBUS]
      • 49
      • THE NETHERLANDS
      • 50
      • ELISA[1009:1]
        • TRANSLATED FROM CLAUDIAN
        • ANOTHER ON THE SAME SUBJECT BY S. T. C. HIMSELF
      • TRANSLATED FROM CLAUDIAN
      • ANOTHER ON THE SAME SUBJECT BY S. T. C. HIMSELF
      • 51
      • PROFUSE KINDNESS
      • 52
      • 53
      • NAPOLEON
      • 54
      • 55
      • 56
      • 57
      • 58
      • 59
      • 60
      • THE THREE SORTS OF FRIENDS
      • 61
      • 62
      • BO-PEEP AND I SPY—
      • 63
      • A SIMILE
      • 64
      • BARON GUELPH OF ADELSTAN. A FRAGMENT
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • OVER MY COTTAGE
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • [THE NIGHT-MARE DEATH IN LIFE]
    • 9
    • 10
    • A BECK IN WINTER[998:1]
    • 11
    • 12
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
    • 16
    • 17
    • [NOT A CRITIC—BUT A JUDGE]
    • 18
    • 19
    • [DE PROFUNDIS CLAMAVI]
    • 20
    • 21
    • 22
    • 23
    • 24
    • 25
    • 26
    • 27
    • 28
    • 29
    • FRAGMENT OF AN ODE ON NAPOLEON
    • 30
    • 31
      • Another Version
    • Another Version
    • 32
    • 33
    • EPIGRAM ON KEPLER
      • FROM THE GERMAN
    • FROM THE GERMAN
    • LINENOTES:
    • 34
    • 35
    • 36
    • 37
    • 38
    • 39
    • 40
    • [ARS POETICA]
    • 41
    • TRANSLATION OF THE FIRST STROPHE OF PINDAR'S SECOND OLYMPIC
    • 42
    • 43
    • TRANSLATION OF A FRAGMENT OF HERACLITUS[1007:1]
    • 44
    • 45
    • IMITATED FROM ARISTOPHANES
    • 46
    • 47
    • TO EDWARD IRVING
    • 48
    • [LUTHER—DE DÆMONIBUS]
    • 49
    • THE NETHERLANDS
    • 50
    • ELISA[1009:1]
      • TRANSLATED FROM CLAUDIAN
      • ANOTHER ON THE SAME SUBJECT BY S. T. C. HIMSELF
    • TRANSLATED FROM CLAUDIAN
    • ANOTHER ON THE SAME SUBJECT BY S. T. C. HIMSELF
    • 51
    • PROFUSE KINDNESS
    • 52
    • 53
    • NAPOLEON
    • 54
    • 55
    • 56
    • 57
    • 58
    • 59
    • 60
    • THE THREE SORTS OF FRIENDS
    • 61
    • 62
    • BO-PEEP AND I SPY—
    • 63
    • A SIMILE
    • 64
    • BARON GUELPH OF ADELSTAN. A FRAGMENT
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • METRICAL EXPERIMENTS[1014:1]
      • 1
      • AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE
      • 2
      • TROCHAICS
      • 3
      • THE PROPER UNMODIFIED DOCHMIUS
      • 4
      • IAMBICS
      • 5
      • NONSENSE
      • 6
      • A PLAINTIVE MOVEMENT
        • [11´ 4` 11´ 4` | 10´ 6` 4´ 10`]
      • [11´ 4` 11´ 4` | 10´ 6` 4´ 10`]
      • 7
      • AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE
      • 8
      • NONSENSE VERSES
        • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
      • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
      • 9
      • NONSENSE
        • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
      • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
      • 10
      • EXPERIMENTS IN METRE
      • 11
      • 12
      • 13
      • A METRICAL ACCIDENT
      • NOTES BY PROFESSOR SAINTSBURY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1
    • AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE
    • 2
    • TROCHAICS
    • 3
    • THE PROPER UNMODIFIED DOCHMIUS
    • 4
    • IAMBICS
    • 5
    • NONSENSE
    • 6
    • A PLAINTIVE MOVEMENT
      • [11´ 4` 11´ 4` | 10´ 6` 4´ 10`]
    • [11´ 4` 11´ 4` | 10´ 6` 4´ 10`]
    • 7
    • AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE
    • 8
    • NONSENSE VERSES
      • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
    • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
    • 9
    • NONSENSE
      • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
    • [AN EXPERIMENT FOR A METRE]
    • 10
    • EXPERIMENTS IN METRE
    • 11
    • 12
    • 13
    • A METRICAL ACCIDENT
    • NOTES BY PROFESSOR SAINTSBURY
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDIX I
      • FIRST DRAFTS, EARLY VERSIONS, ETC.
      • A
        • Effusion 35
        • Effusion, p. 96. (1797.)
      • Effusion 35
      • Effusion, p. 96. (1797.)
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
      • B
      • RECOLLECTION[1023:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • C
      • THE DESTINY OF NATIONS
        • [Draft I]
        • [Draft II]
      • [Draft I]
      • [Draft II]
      • LINENOTES:
        • [Draft III]
      • [Draft III]
      • D
      • Passages in Southey's Joan of Arc (First Edition, 1796) contributed by S. T. Coleridge[1027:1].
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • FIRST DRAFTS, EARLY VERSIONS, ETC.
    • A
      • Effusion 35
      • Effusion, p. 96. (1797.)
    • Effusion 35
    • Effusion, p. 96. (1797.)
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • B
    • RECOLLECTION[1023:1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • C
    • THE DESTINY OF NATIONS
      • [Draft I]
      • [Draft II]
    • [Draft I]
    • [Draft II]
    • LINENOTES:
      • [Draft III]
    • [Draft III]
    • D
    • Passages in Southey's Joan of Arc (First Edition, 1796) contributed by S. T. Coleridge[1027:1].
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • E
      • THE RIME OF THE ANCYENT MARINERE,[1030:1] IN SEVEN PARTS.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • THE RIME OF THE ANCYENT MARINERE,[1030:1] IN SEVEN PARTS.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • F
      • THE RAVEN
    • THE RAVEN
    • G
      • LEWTI; OR THE CIRCASSIAN'S LOVE-CHANT[1049:1]
        • (1)
        • (2)
      • (1)
      • (2)
      • LEWTI; OR THE CIRCASSIAN'S LOVE-CHANT
        • (3)
      • (3)
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • LEWTI; OR THE CIRCASSIAN'S LOVE-CHANT[1049:1]
      • (1)
      • (2)
    • (1)
    • (2)
    • LEWTI; OR THE CIRCASSIAN'S LOVE-CHANT
      • (3)
    • (3)
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • H
      • INTRODUCTION TO THE TALE OF THE DARK LADIE[1052:1]
        • 1
        • 2
        • 3
        • 4
        • 5
        • 6
        • 7
        • 8
        • 9
        • 10
        • 11
        • 12
        • 13
        • 14
        • 15
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        • 18
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        • 29
        • 30
        • 31
        • 32
        • 33
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • 5
      • 6
      • 7
      • 8
      • 9
      • 10
      • 11
      • 12
      • 13
      • 14
      • 15
      • 16
      • 17
      • 18
      • 19
      • 20
      • 21
      • 22
      • 23
      • 24
      • 25
      • 26
      • 27
      • 28
      • 29
      • 30
      • 31
      • 32
      • 33
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE TALE OF THE DARK LADIE[1052:1]
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • 5
      • 6
      • 7
      • 8
      • 9
      • 10
      • 11
      • 12
      • 13
      • 14
      • 15
      • 16
      • 17
      • 18
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    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
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    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
    • 11
    • 12
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
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    • 17
    • 18
    • 19
    • 20
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    • 24
    • 25
    • 26
    • 27
    • 28
    • 29
    • 30
    • 31
    • 32
    • 33
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • I
    • THE TRIUMPH OF LOYALTY.[1060:1]
      • AN HISTORIC DRAMA
      • IN
      • FIVE ACTS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • AN HISTORIC DRAMA
    • IN
    • FIVE ACTS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • THE TRIUMPH OF LOYALTY
      • ACT I
      • LINENOTES:
    • ACT I
    • LINENOTES:
    • J
      • CHAMOUNY; THE HOUR BEFORE SUNRISE
        • A Hymn
      • A Hymn
    • CHAMOUNY; THE HOUR BEFORE SUNRISE
      • A Hymn
    • A Hymn
    • K
      • DEJECTION: AN ODE[1076:1]
      • LINENOTES:
      • DEJECTION:
        • AN ODE, WRITTEN APRIL 4, 1802.
        • I
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • VIII
        • IX
      • AN ODE, WRITTEN APRIL 4, 1802.
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • VIII
      • IX
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • DEJECTION: AN ODE[1076:1]
    • LINENOTES:
    • DEJECTION:
      • AN ODE, WRITTEN APRIL 4, 1802.
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • VIII
      • IX
    • AN ODE, WRITTEN APRIL 4, 1802.
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • VIII
    • IX
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • L
      • TO W. WORDSWORTH[1081:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • TO W. WORDSWORTH[1081:1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • M
      • YOUTH AND AGE
        • MS. I
        • Aria Spontanea
        • MS. II
        • 1
        • 2
      • MS. I
      • Aria Spontanea
      • MS. II
      • 1
      • 2
    • YOUTH AND AGE
      • MS. I
      • Aria Spontanea
      • MS. II
      • 1
      • 2
    • MS. I
    • Aria Spontanea
    • MS. II
    • 1
    • 2
    • N
      • LOVE'S APPARITION AND EVANISHMENT[1087:1]
        • [FIRST DRAFT]
      • [FIRST DRAFT]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • LOVE'S APPARITION AND EVANISHMENT[1087:1]
      • [FIRST DRAFT]
    • [FIRST DRAFT]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • O
      • TWO VERSIONS OF THE EPITAPH[1088:1]
        • 1
        • 2
      • 1
      • 2
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TWO VERSIONS OF THE EPITAPH[1088:1]
      • 1
      • 2
    • 1
    • 2
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • P
      • [Habent sua Fata—Poetae][1089:2]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • [Habent sua Fata—Poetae][1089:2]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • Q
      • TO JOHN THELWALL[1090:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO JOHN THELWALL[1090:1]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • R[1090:2]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDIX II
    • ALLEGORIC VISION[1091:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • APPENDIX III
    • APOLOGETIC PREFACE TO 'FIRE, FAMINE, AND SLAUGHTER'[1097:1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LINENOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LINENOTES:
    • APPENDIX IV
      • PROSE VERSIONS OF POEMS, ETC.
    • PROSE VERSIONS OF POEMS, ETC.
    • A
      • QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IN THE COURT OF LOVE
    • QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IN THE COURT OF LOVE
    • B
      • PROSE VERSION OF GLYCINE'S SONG IN ZAPOLYA
        • 1
        • 2
        • 3
        • 4
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
    • PROSE VERSION OF GLYCINE'S SONG IN ZAPOLYA
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • C
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • D
    • E
      • DEDICATION[1113:1]
        • Ode on the Departing Year, 1796, pp. [3]-4.
        • To Thomas Poole, of Stowey.
      • Ode on the Departing Year, 1796, pp. [3]-4.
      • To Thomas Poole, of Stowey.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • DEDICATION[1113:1]
      • Ode on the Departing Year, 1796, pp. [3]-4.
      • To Thomas Poole, of Stowey.
    • Ode on the Departing Year, 1796, pp. [3]-4.
    • To Thomas Poole, of Stowey.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • F
      • Preface to the MS. of Osorio.
    • Preface to the MS. of Osorio.
    • APPENDIX V
      • ADAPTATIONS
    • ADAPTATIONS
    • 1
      • FULKE GREVILLE. LORD BROOKE
        • Motto To 'A Lay Sermon', 1817
      • Motto To 'A Lay Sermon', 1817
    • FULKE GREVILLE. LORD BROOKE
      • Motto To 'A Lay Sermon', 1817
    • Motto To 'A Lay Sermon', 1817
    • 2
      • Sonnet XCIV [Coelica]
    • Sonnet XCIV [Coelica]
    • 3
      • Of Humane Learning
      • Stanza CLX
    • Of Humane Learning
    • Stanza CLX
    • 4
      • SIR JOHN DAVIES
        • On the Immortality of the Soul
      • On the Immortality of the Soul
    • SIR JOHN DAVIES
      • On the Immortality of the Soul
    • On the Immortality of the Soul
    • 5
      • DONNE
        • Eclogue. 'On Unworthy Wisdom'
      • Eclogue. 'On Unworthy Wisdom'
    • DONNE
      • Eclogue. 'On Unworthy Wisdom'
    • Eclogue. 'On Unworthy Wisdom'
    • 6
      • Letter To Sir Henry Goodyere
    • Letter To Sir Henry Goodyere
    • 7
      • BEN JONSON
        • A Nymph's Passion
      • A Nymph's Passion
      • Mutual Passion
      • Altered and Modernized From an Old Poet
    • BEN JONSON
      • A Nymph's Passion
    • A Nymph's Passion
    • Mutual Passion
    • Altered and Modernized From an Old Poet
    • 8
      • Underwoods
        • No. VI. The Hour-Glass.
        • The Hour-Glass
      • No. VI. The Hour-Glass.
      • The Hour-Glass
    • Underwoods
      • No. VI. The Hour-Glass.
      • The Hour-Glass
    • No. VI. The Hour-Glass.
    • The Hour-Glass
    • 9
      • The Poetaster. Act I, Scene 1.
    • The Poetaster. Act I, Scene 1.
    • 10
      • SAMUEL DANIEL
        • Epistle To Sir Thomas Egerton, Knight
      • Epistle To Sir Thomas Egerton, Knight
    • SAMUEL DANIEL
      • Epistle To Sir Thomas Egerton, Knight
    • Epistle To Sir Thomas Egerton, Knight
    • 11
      • Musophilus
        • Stanza cxlvii.
      • Stanza cxlvii.
    • Musophilus
      • Stanza cxlvii.
    • Stanza cxlvii.
    • 12
      • Stanzas xxvii, xxix, xxx.
    • Stanzas xxvii, xxix, xxx.
    • 13
      • CHRISTOPHER HARVEY
        • The Synagogue
        • THE NATIVITY OR CHRISTMAS DAY.
      • The Synagogue
      • THE NATIVITY OR CHRISTMAS DAY.
    • CHRISTOPHER HARVEY
      • The Synagogue
      • THE NATIVITY OR CHRISTMAS DAY.
    • The Synagogue
    • THE NATIVITY OR CHRISTMAS DAY.
    • 14
      • MARK AKENSIDE
        • Blank Verse Inscriptions
        • No. III.
      • Blank Verse Inscriptions
      • No. III.
    • MARK AKENSIDE
      • Blank Verse Inscriptions
      • No. III.
    • Blank Verse Inscriptions
    • No. III.
    • 15
      • W. L. BOWLES
    • W. L. BOWLES
    • 16
      • NAPOLEON
    • NAPOLEON
    • APPENDIX VI
      • ORIGINALS OF TRANSLATIONS
    • ORIGINALS OF TRANSLATIONS
    • A
      • MILESISCHES MÄHRCHEN
    • MILESISCHES MÄHRCHEN
    • B
      • SCHILLER
        • Der Epische Hexameter
        • Das Distichon
      • Der Epische Hexameter
      • Das Distichon
    • SCHILLER
      • Der Epische Hexameter
      • Das Distichon
    • Der Epische Hexameter
    • Das Distichon
    • C
      • STOLBERG
        • On A Cataract
      • On A Cataract
    • STOLBERG
      • On A Cataract
    • On A Cataract
    • D
      • STOLBERG
        • Bei Wilhelm Tells Geburtsstätte im Kanton Uri
      • Bei Wilhelm Tells Geburtsstätte im Kanton Uri
    • STOLBERG
      • Bei Wilhelm Tells Geburtsstätte im Kanton Uri
    • Bei Wilhelm Tells Geburtsstätte im Kanton Uri
    • E
      • SCHILLER
        • Dithyrambe
      • Dithyrambe
    • SCHILLER
      • Dithyrambe
    • Dithyrambe
    • F
      • GOETHE
    • GOETHE
    • G
      • FRANÇOIS-ANTOINE-EUGÈNE DE PLANARD
        • 'Batelier, dit Lisette'
      • 'Batelier, dit Lisette'
    • FRANÇOIS-ANTOINE-EUGÈNE DE PLANARD
      • 'Batelier, dit Lisette'
    • 'Batelier, dit Lisette'
    • H
      • Des Knaben Wunderhorn
    • Des Knaben Wunderhorn
    • I
      • STOLBERG
    • STOLBERG
    • J
      • LESSING
        • Die Namen.
      • Die Namen.
    • LESSING
      • Die Namen.
    • Die Namen.
    • K
      • STOLBERG
        • Hymne an die Erde.
      • Hymne an die Erde.
    • STOLBERG
      • Hymne an die Erde.
    • Hymne an die Erde.
    • L
      • FRIEDERIKE BRUN
        • Chamouny beym Sonnenaufgange
      • Chamouny beym Sonnenaufgange
    • FRIEDERIKE BRUN
      • Chamouny beym Sonnenaufgange
    • Chamouny beym Sonnenaufgange
    • M
      • Alla sua Amica
    • Alla sua Amica
    • N
    • O
      • THE MADMAN AND THE LETHARGIST
    • THE MADMAN AND THE LETHARGIST
    • P
      • MADRIGALI DEL SIGNOR CAVALIER GUARINI
        • DIALOGO
      • DIALOGO
    • MADRIGALI DEL SIGNOR CAVALIER GUARINI
      • DIALOGO
    • DIALOGO
    • Q
      • STOLBERG
    • STOLBERG
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • OF THE
      • POETICAL WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
      • 1794-1834
      • I
      • II
        • PREFACE
        • Notes attached to a first draft of the Preface to the First Edition [MS. R]
        • To Earl Stanhope
        • CONTENTS
      • PREFACE
      • Notes attached to a first draft of the Preface to the First Edition [MS. R]
      • To Earl Stanhope
      • CONTENTS
      • III
        • [A Sheet Of Sonnets.]
        • [INTRODUCTION]
        • [SONNETS]
      • [A Sheet Of Sonnets.]
      • [INTRODUCTION]
      • [SONNETS]
      • IV
      • V
        • CONTENTS
        • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
        • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
        • INTRODUCTION TO THE SONNETS
        • ADVERTISEMENT
      • CONTENTS
      • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
      • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
      • INTRODUCTION TO THE SONNETS
      • ADVERTISEMENT
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • XIII
      • XIV
        • PREFACE
        • CONTENTS
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
      • XV
      • קינת ישרון
      • XVI
      • XVII
      • XVIII
      • XIX
      • XX
        • PREFACE
        • CONTENTS
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
      • XXI
        • PREFACE
      • PREFACE
      • XXII
      • XXIII
      • XXIV
      • XXV
      • XXVI
        • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • XXVII
      • XXVIII
      • XXIX
      • XXX
      • XXXI
      • XXXII
      • XXXIII
      • XXXIV
        • ADVERTISEMENT
        • PREFACE TO THE PRESENT EDITION [1852]
      • ADVERTISEMENT
      • PREFACE TO THE PRESENT EDITION [1852]
      • XXXV
        • CONTENTS
      • CONTENTS
      • XXXVI
      • XXXVII
      • XXXVIII
      • XXXIX
        • ADVERTISEMENT
        • APPENDIX
      • ADVERTISEMENT
      • APPENDIX
      • XL
      • XLI
      • XLII
      • XLIII
      • XLIV
      • XLV
      • XLVI
      • XLVII
      • XLVIII
      • XLIX
      • L
      • LI
      • LII
      • LIII
      • LIV
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • OF THE
    • POETICAL WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
    • 1794-1834
    • I
    • II
      • PREFACE
      • Notes attached to a first draft of the Preface to the First Edition [MS. R]
      • To Earl Stanhope
      • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
    • Notes attached to a first draft of the Preface to the First Edition [MS. R]
    • To Earl Stanhope
    • CONTENTS
    • III
      • [A Sheet Of Sonnets.]
      • [INTRODUCTION]
      • [SONNETS]
    • [A Sheet Of Sonnets.]
    • [INTRODUCTION]
    • [SONNETS]
    • IV
    • V
      • CONTENTS
      • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
      • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
      • INTRODUCTION TO THE SONNETS
      • ADVERTISEMENT
    • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
    • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE SONNETS
    • ADVERTISEMENT
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • XII
    • XIII
    • XIV
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • XV
    • קינת ישרון
    • XVI
    • XVII
    • XVIII
    • XIX
    • XX
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • XXI
      • PREFACE
    • PREFACE
    • XXII
    • XXIII
    • XXIV
    • XXV
    • XXVI
      • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • XXVII
    • XXVIII
    • XXIX
    • XXX
    • XXXI
    • XXXII
    • XXXIII
    • XXXIV
      • ADVERTISEMENT
      • PREFACE TO THE PRESENT EDITION [1852]
    • ADVERTISEMENT
    • PREFACE TO THE PRESENT EDITION [1852]
    • XXXV
      • CONTENTS
    • CONTENTS
    • XXXVI
    • XXXVII
    • XXXVIII
    • XXXIX
      • ADVERTISEMENT
      • APPENDIX
    • ADVERTISEMENT
    • APPENDIX
    • XL
    • XLI
    • XLII
    • XLIII
    • XLIV
    • XLV
    • XLVI
    • XLVII
    • XLVIII
    • XLIX
    • L
    • LI
    • LII
    • LIII
    • LIV
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX
      • No. I
        • POEMS FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS OR PERIODICALS
      • POEMS FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS OR PERIODICALS
      • No. II
        • EPIGRAMS AND JEUX D'ESPRIT FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
      • EPIGRAMS AND JEUX D'ESPRIT FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
      • No. III
        • POEMS INCLUDED IN ANTHOLOGIES AND OTHER WORKS
      • POEMS INCLUDED IN ANTHOLOGIES AND OTHER WORKS
      • No. IV
    • No. I
      • POEMS FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS OR PERIODICALS
    • POEMS FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS OR PERIODICALS
    • No. II
      • EPIGRAMS AND JEUX D'ESPRIT FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
    • EPIGRAMS AND JEUX D'ESPRIT FIRST PUBLISHED IN NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
    • No. III
      • POEMS INCLUDED IN ANTHOLOGIES AND OTHER WORKS
    • POEMS INCLUDED IN ANTHOLOGIES AND OTHER WORKS
    • No. IV
    • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
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