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Complete poetical works.

Amy Lowell

Complete poetical works.

With an introd. by Louis Untermeyer.

by Amy Lowell

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Published by Houghton Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American poetry

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    50081

    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 607 p.
    Number of Pages607
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23248656M

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    All IP addresses in Germany are blocked. Language: English. And knowledge, rightly honoured with that name-- Knowledge not purchased by the loss of power! McGann Read preview Synopsis The last volume in The Oxford English Text's Byron Series, this crictical study discusses Byron's poetry of the last two years of his life, andand supplies individual indexes of his poems by volume and page number, titles, and first lines. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Twenty years?

    A cosmopolitan, adventurous yet gentle heart beats underneath his Complete poetical works. book. Avoid Ken Maxon as a narrator. Together with Robert Southey, these three were known as the "Lake Poets", the elite of English poetry. Far stronger, now, grew the desire I felt To cleave unto this man; but when I prayed To share his enterprise, he hurried on Reckless of me: I followed, not unseen, For oftentimes he cast a backward look, Grasping his twofold treasure. All of thy wanderings, far and near, Bring thee at last to shore and me; All of my journeyings end them here: This our tether must be our cheer,-- I on the shore, and thou on the sea. It was his custom, as often as he passed his home, to whistle an "All's well" to his wife.


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A second, augmented edition in was prefaced by one of the great manifestos in world literature, an essay that called for natural language in poetry, subject matter dealing with ordinary men and women, a return to emotions and imagination, and a conception of poetry as pleasure and prophecy.

This Boy was taken from his mates, and died In childhood, ere he was full twelve years old. One day, when from my lips a like complaint 50 Had fallen in presence of a studious friend, He with a smile made answer, that in truth 'Twas going far to seek disquietude; But on the front of his reproof confessed That he himself had oftentimes given way To kindred hauntings.

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book then to bury those two books: The one that held acquaintance with the stars, And wedded soul to soul in purest bond Of reason, undisturbed by space or time; The other that was a god, yea many gods, Had voices more than all the winds, with power To exhilarate the spirit, and to soothe, Through every clime, the heart of human kind.

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How did the narrator detract from the book? Far stronger, now, grew the desire I felt To cleave unto this man; but when I prayed To share his enterprise, he hurried on Reckless of me: I followed, not unseen, For oftentimes he cast a backward look, Grasping his twofold treasure.

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It was the middle of the night: The sea upon the garden leapt, And my son's wife in quiet slept, And I, his mother, waked and wept, When lo! Then rise, O Fleecy Fog, and raise The glory of her coming days; Be as the cloud that flecks the seas Above her smoky argosies; When forms familiar shall give place To stranger speech and newer face; When all her throes and anxious fears Lie hushed in the repose of years; When Art shall raise and Culture lift The sensual joys and meaner thrift, And all fulfilled the vision we Who watch and wait shall never see; Who, in the morning of her race, Toiled fair or meanly in our place, But, yielding to the common lot, Lie unrecorded and forgot.

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Early died My honoured Mother, she who was the heart And hinge of all our learnings and our loves: She left us destitute, and, as we might, Trooping together. Well worth the read. Brand new Book. Full early trained to worship seemliness, This model of a child is never known To mix in quarrels; that were far beneath Its dignity; with gifts he bubbles o'er As generous as a fountain; selfishness May not come near him, nor the little throng Of flitting pleasures tempt him from his path; The wandering beggars propagate his name, Dumb creatures find him tender as a nun, And natural or supernatural fear, Unless it leap upon him in a dream, Touches him not.

After "Lyrical Ballads", Wordsworth turned to his own life, his spiritual and poetical development, as his major theme. Project Gutenberg believes the Court has no jurisdiction over the matter, but until the issue is resolved, it will comply.

At the sight 80 Much I rejoiced, not doubting but a guide Was present, one who with unerring skill Would through the desert lead me; and while yet I looked and looked, self-questioned what this freight Which the new-comer carried through the waste Could mean, the Arab told me that the stone To give it in the language of the dream Was "Euclid's Elements," and "This," said he, "Is something of more worth;" and at the word Stretched forth the shell, so beautiful in shape, 90 In colour so resplendent, with command That I should hold it to my ear.

Even now appears before the mind's clear eye That self-same village church; I see her sit The throned Lady whom erewhile we hailed On her green hill, forgetful of this Boy Who slumbers at her feet,--forgetful, too, Of all her silent neighbourhood of graves, And listening only to the gladsome sounds That, from the rural school ascending, play Beneath her and about her.

And then, one night, it was heard no more From Stonington over Rhode Island shore, And the folk in Providence smiled and said As they turned in their beds, "The engineer Has once forgotten his midnight cheer.

I did so, And heard that instant in an unknown tongue, Which yet I understood, articulate sounds, A loud prophetic blast of harmony; An Ode, in passion uttered, which foretold Destruction to the children of the earth By deluge, now at hand. The tales that charm away the wakeful night In Araby, romances; legends penned For solace by dim light of monkish lamps; Fictions, for ladies of their love, devised By youthful squires; adventures endless, spun By the dismantled warrior in old age, Out of the bowels of those very schemes In which his youth did first extravagate; These spread like day, and something in the shape Of these will live till man shall be no more.

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