The Resource Poems, Brontë ; [selection by Peter Washington]

Poems, Brontë ; [selection by Peter Washington]

Label
Poems
Title
Poems
Statement of responsibility
Brontë ; [selection by Peter Washington]
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
In Self-Interrogation, she wrote: "The evening passes fast away, / Tis almost time to rest; / What thoughts has left the vanished day, / What feelings, in thy breast? / The vanished day? It leaves a sense / Of labour hardly done; / Of little, gained with vast expense, / A sense of grief alone!"
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Cataloging source
WaS
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1818-1848
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Brontë, Emily
Index
index present
LC call number
PR4172
LC item number
.A4 1996
Literary form
non fiction
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Washington, Peter
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  • Poetry, Modern
  • English poetry
  • English poetry
  • English poetry
  • English poetry
  • Poetry, Modern
Label
Poems, Brontë ; [selection by Peter Washington]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • High waving heather -- Will the day be bright or cloudy? -- How still, how happy! -- How clear she shines -- Stars -- Shall earth no more inspire thee? -- The blue bell is the sweetest flower -- To the blue bell -- Tell me tell me -- Wind sink to rest -- All day I've toiled -- I know not how it falls on me -- What use is it to slumber here? -- Start not upon the minster wall -- The sun has set -- How loud the storm sounds -- It was night -- Mild the mist upon the hill -- To a wreath of snow -- No coward soul is mine -- In the earth, the earth thou shalt be laid -- It is too late to call thee now -- 'Tis moonlight summer moonlight -- If grief for grief can touch thee -- Remembrance -- Song -- May flowers are opening -- Stanzas -- The night-wind -- Fair sinks the summer evening -- I am the only being whose doom -- A little while a little while -- Death -- To A.S. 1830 -- Yes holy be thy resting place -- A death-scene -- Lines -- Weaned from life and torn away -- The philosopher -- Stanzas to -- Lines -- Harp of wild and dream like strain -- Redbreast early in the morning -- Hope -- Sympathy -- Song -- To imagination -- When days of beauty deck the earth -- O dream, where art thou now? -- My comforter -- Plead for me -- Self-interrogation -- The old stoic -- Long neglect has worn away -- Sleep brings no joy to me -- And like myself lone wholly lone -- A.E. and R.C. -- Faith and despondency -- The night was dark yet winter breathed -- The starry night shall tidings bring -- Anticipation -- Honour's martyr -- Geraldine -- Through the hours of yesternight -- The night is darkening round me -- Come hither child -- Lines -- Sleep not dream not this bright day -- The battle had passed from the height -- A.G.A. to A.E. -- Written on returning to the P. of I. on the 10th of January 1827 -- Rosina -- The wide cathedral aisles are lone -- Where were ye all? -- A.G.A. to A.S. -- Song by Julius Angora -- D.G.C. to J.A. -- A.G.A. to A.S. -- Gleneden's dream -- Song -- Lines by Claudia -- From our evening fireside now
  • How long will you remain? -- Song by Julius Brenzaida -- Song by J. Brenzaida to G.s. -- None of my kindred now can tell -- A.G.A. to A.S. -- E.W. to A.G.A. -- A thousand sounds of happiness -- Why ask to know the date -- the clime? -- Song to A.A. -- Why do I hate that lone green dell? -- E.G. to M.R. -- To A.G.A. -- On the fall of Zalona -- From a dungeon wall in the southern college -- M.A. written on the dungeon wall -- N.C. -- Rodrick Lesley, 1830 -- M.G. for the U.S. -- At Castle Wood -- A.S. to G.S. -- O mother I am not regretting -- H.A. and A.S. -- Now trust a heart that trusts you -- Strong I stand -- The organ swells the trumpets sound -- A sudden chasm of ghastly light -- Companions, all day long we've stood -- There shines the moon -- A day dream -- The inspiring music's thrilling sound -- And first an hour of mournful musing -- Awaking morning laughs from heaven -- Written in Aspin Castle -- The old church tower and garden wall -- Alone I sat the summer day -- Month after month
Dimensions
17 cm.
Extent
255 pages
Isbn
9780679447252
Lccn
96140866
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)34601269
  • (OCoLC)ocm34601269
Label
Poems, Brontë ; [selection by Peter Washington]
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • High waving heather -- Will the day be bright or cloudy? -- How still, how happy! -- How clear she shines -- Stars -- Shall earth no more inspire thee? -- The blue bell is the sweetest flower -- To the blue bell -- Tell me tell me -- Wind sink to rest -- All day I've toiled -- I know not how it falls on me -- What use is it to slumber here? -- Start not upon the minster wall -- The sun has set -- How loud the storm sounds -- It was night -- Mild the mist upon the hill -- To a wreath of snow -- No coward soul is mine -- In the earth, the earth thou shalt be laid -- It is too late to call thee now -- 'Tis moonlight summer moonlight -- If grief for grief can touch thee -- Remembrance -- Song -- May flowers are opening -- Stanzas -- The night-wind -- Fair sinks the summer evening -- I am the only being whose doom -- A little while a little while -- Death -- To A.S. 1830 -- Yes holy be thy resting place -- A death-scene -- Lines -- Weaned from life and torn away -- The philosopher -- Stanzas to -- Lines -- Harp of wild and dream like strain -- Redbreast early in the morning -- Hope -- Sympathy -- Song -- To imagination -- When days of beauty deck the earth -- O dream, where art thou now? -- My comforter -- Plead for me -- Self-interrogation -- The old stoic -- Long neglect has worn away -- Sleep brings no joy to me -- And like myself lone wholly lone -- A.E. and R.C. -- Faith and despondency -- The night was dark yet winter breathed -- The starry night shall tidings bring -- Anticipation -- Honour's martyr -- Geraldine -- Through the hours of yesternight -- The night is darkening round me -- Come hither child -- Lines -- Sleep not dream not this bright day -- The battle had passed from the height -- A.G.A. to A.E. -- Written on returning to the P. of I. on the 10th of January 1827 -- Rosina -- The wide cathedral aisles are lone -- Where were ye all? -- A.G.A. to A.S. -- Song by Julius Angora -- D.G.C. to J.A. -- A.G.A. to A.S. -- Gleneden's dream -- Song -- Lines by Claudia -- From our evening fireside now
  • How long will you remain? -- Song by Julius Brenzaida -- Song by J. Brenzaida to G.s. -- None of my kindred now can tell -- A.G.A. to A.S. -- E.W. to A.G.A. -- A thousand sounds of happiness -- Why ask to know the date -- the clime? -- Song to A.A. -- Why do I hate that lone green dell? -- E.G. to M.R. -- To A.G.A. -- On the fall of Zalona -- From a dungeon wall in the southern college -- M.A. written on the dungeon wall -- N.C. -- Rodrick Lesley, 1830 -- M.G. for the U.S. -- At Castle Wood -- A.S. to G.S. -- O mother I am not regretting -- H.A. and A.S. -- Now trust a heart that trusts you -- Strong I stand -- The organ swells the trumpets sound -- A sudden chasm of ghastly light -- Companions, all day long we've stood -- There shines the moon -- A day dream -- The inspiring music's thrilling sound -- And first an hour of mournful musing -- Awaking morning laughs from heaven -- Written in Aspin Castle -- The old church tower and garden wall -- Alone I sat the summer day -- Month after month
Dimensions
17 cm.
Extent
255 pages
Isbn
9780679447252
Lccn
96140866
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)34601269
  • (OCoLC)ocm34601269

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