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The triumph of life; : poems of consolation for the English-speaking world,, edited and with an introduction by Horace Gregory ..

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The triumph of life; : poems of consolation for the English-speaking world,
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The triumph of life;
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poems of consolation for the English-speaking world,
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edited and with an introduction by Horace Gregory ..
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1898-1982
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Gregory, Horace
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PN6110.D4
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G7
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non fiction
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The Viking portable library
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The triumph of life; : poems of consolation for the English-speaking world,, edited and with an introduction by Horace Gregory ..
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Pt. 1: Of lovely women and great men, of wars and heroes -- Dirge for Robin Hood / Anthony Munday -- On the countess dowager of Pembroke / William Browne -- To St. Mary Magdalen / Henry Constable -- Lament for Prince Henry / Thomas Campion -- Sonnet--to Homer / John Keats -- To the memory of my beloved, Master William Shakspere / Ben Jonson -- Shakespeare's grave / Robinson Jeffers -- A funeral song--lamenting Sir Philip Sidney / Anonymous -- Lines on seeing a lock of Milton's hair / John Keats -- Cowper / John Clare -- Adonais / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Memorial verses / Matthew Arnold -- Hawthorne / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- An elegy for D. H. Lawrence / William Carlos Williams -- At Melville's tomb / Hart Crane -- On the death of Southey / Walter Savage Landor -- Hölderlin's journey / Edwin Muir -- At the grave of Henry Vaughn / Siegfried Sassoon -- Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- For soldiers / Humphrey Gifford -- Imaginary dialogue / Dudley Fitts -- Epitaph on Sir William Williams / Thomas Gray -- To the Cambro-Britons and their harp / Michael Drayton -- On Francis Drake / Anonymous -- Farragut / William Tuckey Meredith -- The sea-ritual / George Darley -- To the memory of the brave Americans / Philip Freneau -- For a gravestone in Spain / Walter Savage Landor -- Lay of the forlorn / George Darley -- Ode / William Collins -- The starkness of the earth / Frank O'Connor -- A soldier / Robert Frost -- John Brown / Vachel Lindsay -- When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman -- The master / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight / Vachel Lindsay -- Elegy--Jefferson Davis / Allen Tate -- The dead heroes / Isaac Rosenberg -- Hero's epitaph / William Shakespeare -- Pt. 2: Of precious friends and the survival of the private spirit -- In memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markiewicz / William Butler Yeats -- Stay, Phoebus! / Edmund Waller -- An epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester / John Milton -- Inscription for a mirror in a deserted dwelling / William Rose Benét -- The tombstone told when she died / Dylan Thomas -- The soul longs to return whence it came / Richard Eberhart -- To one in paradise / Edgar Allen Poe -- my father moved through dooms of love / E. E. Cummings -- An ode--to Anne Killigrew / John Dryden -- Sextain / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- A slumber did my spirit seal / William Wordsworth -- Das ewig-weibliche / James Russell Lowell -- The portrait / Dante Gabriel Rossetti -- A cross of snow / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Hester / Charles Lamb -- To the sister of Elia / Walter Savage Landor -- Glories / Lionel Johnson -- On Margaret Ratcliffe / Ben Jonson -- Iölas' epitaph / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- Consolation / George Darley -- Maria Wentworth / Thomas Carew -- Eurydice to Orpheus / Robert Browning -- On the death of a recluse / George Darley -- Threnody / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- Madrigal / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- On a beautiful virgin / Anonymous -- Rose Aylmer's hair, given by her sister / Walter Savage Landor -- Elegy to the memory of an unfortunate lady / Alexander Pope -- Sonnet / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- On parent knees, a naked new-born child / Sir William Jones -- On my first son / Ben Jonson -- To an athlete dying young / A. E. Housman -- Lycidas / John Milton -- Early death and fame / Matthew Arnold -- Monody / Herman Melville -- To a traveller / Lionel Johnson -- In memoriam A. H. H. / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- The night is freezing fast / A. E. Housman -- Dirge / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- On the death of Dr. Robert Levet / Samuel Johnson -- An epitaph of the death of Nicholas Grimald / Barnabe Googe -- In memory of Major Robert Gregory / William Butler Yeats -- Extempore effusion upon the death of James Hogg / William Wordsworth -- Elegy over a tomb / Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherburg -- An epitaph on Claudy Phillips, a musician / Samuel Johnson -- To Dr. Swift on his birthday / Ester Johnson ("Stella") -- Parta quies / A. E. Houseman -- Pt. 3: Of love and earthly passions -- Leave me, o love / Sir Philip Sidney -- Elegy of his lady's not coming to London / Michael Drayton -- The lover shows how he has been forsaken / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- Elegy XVI--on his mistress / John Donne -- Song--Endymion and Olivia / Sir William Davenant -- Tutto E Sciolto / James Joyce -- Ternissa / Walter Savage Landor -- Love in the valley / George Meredith -- The departure / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- An Elegy / Ben Jonson -- To his lovely mistresses / Robert Herrick -- Farewell, false love! / John Fletcher -- Nancy's hair / Walter Savage Landor -- To Lucasta, going beyond the seas / Richard Lovelace -- Bavarian gentians / D. H. Lawrence -- The lover complaineth the unkindness of his love / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- I wot full well that beauty cannot last / George Tuberville -- The farewell to love / Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher -- Pt. 4: Of the shades and visions seen of life renewed on earth -- Hark, now everything is still / John Webster -- Luke Havergal / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Bridal ballad / Edgar Allen Poe -- Sonnet / John Milton -- Spectral lovers / John Crowe Ransom -- So ghostly then the girl came in / Robert Hillyer -- The garden seat / Thomas Hardy -- Spirits of the dead / Edgar Allan Poe -- The beleaguered city / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Orpheus I am, come from the deeps below / John Fletcher -- The visionary / Emily Brontë -- Incantation in Oedipus / John Dryden -- Lausanne / Thomas Hardy -- The snow-drop / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Invitation to eternity / John Clare -- Not that way / Walter de la Mare -- Because I could not stop for death / Emily Dickinson -- Phantom / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Pt. 5: Of the spirit that speaks in its own voice -- Alcuin--his epitaph / Helen Waddell -- Fragment / Anne, Countess of Winchelsea -- Warning and reply / Emily Brontë -- Birthday sonnet / Elinor Wylie -- To Rose / Walter Savage Landor -- From a cypress grove, 1623 / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- Verses on the death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. / Jonathan Swift -- The passionate man's pilgrimage / Sir Walter Raleigh -- An open grave / Walter Savage Landor -- Echo / Christina Rossetti -- On himself / Robert Herrick -- His epitaph / Stephen Hawes -- Wherefore, unlaurelled boy / George Darley -- I lost the love of Heaven / John Clare -- Epitaph / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- To the fringed gentian / William Cullen Bryant -- Sibylla's dirge / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- I am / John Clare -- Epitaph, intended for himself / James Beattie -- The prodigal son / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Sailing to Byzantium / William Butler Yeats -- The joy of life / W. H. Davies -- Epitaph / Thomas Hardy -- Sing no sad songs for me / Anonymous -- Stanzas for my daughter / Horace Gregory -- Pt. 6: Of the celebration of time and place and the eternal moment -- Duns scotus's oxford / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- In memoriam: Lady Blessington / Walter Savage Landor -- A song from Shakespeare's Cymbeline / William Collins -- The garden / Roy Campbell -- Hearing of harvests rotting in the valleys / W. H. Auden -- A lament for our lady's shrine at Walsingham / Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel -- The tomb--at the church of Brou / Matthew Arnold -- Lines--composed above Tintern Abbey / William Wordsworth -- The lake--to-- / Edgar Allen Poe -- Giorno dei morti / D. H. Lawrence -- The consolation / Anne, Countess of Winchilsea -- Sunday morning / Wallace Stevens -- L'an trentiesme de mon eage / Archibald Macleish -- A life's parallels / Christina Rossetti -- Venantius fortunatus / Helen Waddell -- Fredugis--lament for Alcuin / Helen Waddell -- On the last verses in his book of poems / Edmund Waller -- Upon the priory grove, his usual retirement / Henry Vaughan -- Translation of Horace--Odes book IV, VII / Samuel Johnson -- Fontainebleau / Sara Teasdale -- On the dead / Walter Savage Landor -- Moonrise / D. H. Lawrence -- Death of the day / Walter Savage Landor -- A song from Cyprus / H.D. -- Elegy written in a country churchyard / Thomas Gray -- The valley of unrest / Edgar Allen Poe -- Requiem / Kenneth Fearing -- The Indian burying ground / Philip Freneau -- Concord hymn / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- The returned volunteer to his rifle / Herman Melville -- The phoenix / George Darley -- On music / Walter Savage Landor -- Abt Vogler / Robert Browning -- To Joseph Joachim / Robert Bridges -- Fear no more the heat o' the sun / William Shakespeare / The crimson cherry tree / Henry Treece -- Weep no more / John Fletcher -- On man / Walter Savage Landor -- Reflections / George Crabbe -- An ancient to ancients / Thomas Hardy -- Resolution and independence / William Wordsworth -- Poem from The year of loss / Nicholas Moore -- Train ride / John Brooks Wheelwright -- My father's watch / John Gould Fletcher / A minuet on reaching the age of fifty / George Santayana -- Pt. 7: Of saints and hymns, reflections and devotions of life beyond earth
Dimensions
17 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 603 pages
Lccn
43015409
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
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  • (OCoLC)01291157
  • (OCoLC)ocm01291157
Label
The triumph of life; : poems of consolation for the English-speaking world,, edited and with an introduction by Horace Gregory ..
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volume
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nc
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text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1: Of lovely women and great men, of wars and heroes -- Dirge for Robin Hood / Anthony Munday -- On the countess dowager of Pembroke / William Browne -- To St. Mary Magdalen / Henry Constable -- Lament for Prince Henry / Thomas Campion -- Sonnet--to Homer / John Keats -- To the memory of my beloved, Master William Shakspere / Ben Jonson -- Shakespeare's grave / Robinson Jeffers -- A funeral song--lamenting Sir Philip Sidney / Anonymous -- Lines on seeing a lock of Milton's hair / John Keats -- Cowper / John Clare -- Adonais / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Memorial verses / Matthew Arnold -- Hawthorne / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- An elegy for D. H. Lawrence / William Carlos Williams -- At Melville's tomb / Hart Crane -- On the death of Southey / Walter Savage Landor -- Hölderlin's journey / Edwin Muir -- At the grave of Henry Vaughn / Siegfried Sassoon -- Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- For soldiers / Humphrey Gifford -- Imaginary dialogue / Dudley Fitts -- Epitaph on Sir William Williams / Thomas Gray -- To the Cambro-Britons and their harp / Michael Drayton -- On Francis Drake / Anonymous -- Farragut / William Tuckey Meredith -- The sea-ritual / George Darley -- To the memory of the brave Americans / Philip Freneau -- For a gravestone in Spain / Walter Savage Landor -- Lay of the forlorn / George Darley -- Ode / William Collins -- The starkness of the earth / Frank O'Connor -- A soldier / Robert Frost -- John Brown / Vachel Lindsay -- When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman -- The master / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight / Vachel Lindsay -- Elegy--Jefferson Davis / Allen Tate -- The dead heroes / Isaac Rosenberg -- Hero's epitaph / William Shakespeare -- Pt. 2: Of precious friends and the survival of the private spirit -- In memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markiewicz / William Butler Yeats -- Stay, Phoebus! / Edmund Waller -- An epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester / John Milton -- Inscription for a mirror in a deserted dwelling / William Rose Benét -- The tombstone told when she died / Dylan Thomas -- The soul longs to return whence it came / Richard Eberhart -- To one in paradise / Edgar Allen Poe -- my father moved through dooms of love / E. E. Cummings -- An ode--to Anne Killigrew / John Dryden -- Sextain / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- A slumber did my spirit seal / William Wordsworth -- Das ewig-weibliche / James Russell Lowell -- The portrait / Dante Gabriel Rossetti -- A cross of snow / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Hester / Charles Lamb -- To the sister of Elia / Walter Savage Landor -- Glories / Lionel Johnson -- On Margaret Ratcliffe / Ben Jonson -- Iölas' epitaph / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- Consolation / George Darley -- Maria Wentworth / Thomas Carew -- Eurydice to Orpheus / Robert Browning -- On the death of a recluse / George Darley -- Threnody / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- Madrigal / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- On a beautiful virgin / Anonymous -- Rose Aylmer's hair, given by her sister / Walter Savage Landor -- Elegy to the memory of an unfortunate lady / Alexander Pope -- Sonnet / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- On parent knees, a naked new-born child / Sir William Jones -- On my first son / Ben Jonson -- To an athlete dying young / A. E. Housman -- Lycidas / John Milton -- Early death and fame / Matthew Arnold -- Monody / Herman Melville -- To a traveller / Lionel Johnson -- In memoriam A. H. H. / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- The night is freezing fast / A. E. Housman -- Dirge / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- On the death of Dr. Robert Levet / Samuel Johnson -- An epitaph of the death of Nicholas Grimald / Barnabe Googe -- In memory of Major Robert Gregory / William Butler Yeats -- Extempore effusion upon the death of James Hogg / William Wordsworth -- Elegy over a tomb / Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherburg -- An epitaph on Claudy Phillips, a musician / Samuel Johnson -- To Dr. Swift on his birthday / Ester Johnson ("Stella") -- Parta quies / A. E. Houseman -- Pt. 3: Of love and earthly passions -- Leave me, o love / Sir Philip Sidney -- Elegy of his lady's not coming to London / Michael Drayton -- The lover shows how he has been forsaken / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- Elegy XVI--on his mistress / John Donne -- Song--Endymion and Olivia / Sir William Davenant -- Tutto E Sciolto / James Joyce -- Ternissa / Walter Savage Landor -- Love in the valley / George Meredith -- The departure / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- An Elegy / Ben Jonson -- To his lovely mistresses / Robert Herrick -- Farewell, false love! / John Fletcher -- Nancy's hair / Walter Savage Landor -- To Lucasta, going beyond the seas / Richard Lovelace -- Bavarian gentians / D. H. Lawrence -- The lover complaineth the unkindness of his love / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- I wot full well that beauty cannot last / George Tuberville -- The farewell to love / Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher -- Pt. 4: Of the shades and visions seen of life renewed on earth -- Hark, now everything is still / John Webster -- Luke Havergal / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Bridal ballad / Edgar Allen Poe -- Sonnet / John Milton -- Spectral lovers / John Crowe Ransom -- So ghostly then the girl came in / Robert Hillyer -- The garden seat / Thomas Hardy -- Spirits of the dead / Edgar Allan Poe -- The beleaguered city / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Orpheus I am, come from the deeps below / John Fletcher -- The visionary / Emily Brontë -- Incantation in Oedipus / John Dryden -- Lausanne / Thomas Hardy -- The snow-drop / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Invitation to eternity / John Clare -- Not that way / Walter de la Mare -- Because I could not stop for death / Emily Dickinson -- Phantom / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Pt. 5: Of the spirit that speaks in its own voice -- Alcuin--his epitaph / Helen Waddell -- Fragment / Anne, Countess of Winchelsea -- Warning and reply / Emily Brontë -- Birthday sonnet / Elinor Wylie -- To Rose / Walter Savage Landor -- From a cypress grove, 1623 / William Drummond of Hawthornden -- Verses on the death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. / Jonathan Swift -- The passionate man's pilgrimage / Sir Walter Raleigh -- An open grave / Walter Savage Landor -- Echo / Christina Rossetti -- On himself / Robert Herrick -- His epitaph / Stephen Hawes -- Wherefore, unlaurelled boy / George Darley -- I lost the love of Heaven / John Clare -- Epitaph / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- To the fringed gentian / William Cullen Bryant -- Sibylla's dirge / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- I am / John Clare -- Epitaph, intended for himself / James Beattie -- The prodigal son / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Sailing to Byzantium / William Butler Yeats -- The joy of life / W. H. Davies -- Epitaph / Thomas Hardy -- Sing no sad songs for me / Anonymous -- Stanzas for my daughter / Horace Gregory -- Pt. 6: Of the celebration of time and place and the eternal moment -- Duns scotus's oxford / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- In memoriam: Lady Blessington / Walter Savage Landor -- A song from Shakespeare's Cymbeline / William Collins -- The garden / Roy Campbell -- Hearing of harvests rotting in the valleys / W. H. Auden -- A lament for our lady's shrine at Walsingham / Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel -- The tomb--at the church of Brou / Matthew Arnold -- Lines--composed above Tintern Abbey / William Wordsworth -- The lake--to-- / Edgar Allen Poe -- Giorno dei morti / D. H. Lawrence -- The consolation / Anne, Countess of Winchilsea -- Sunday morning / Wallace Stevens -- L'an trentiesme de mon eage / Archibald Macleish -- A life's parallels / Christina Rossetti -- Venantius fortunatus / Helen Waddell -- Fredugis--lament for Alcuin / Helen Waddell -- On the last verses in his book of poems / Edmund Waller -- Upon the priory grove, his usual retirement / Henry Vaughan -- Translation of Horace--Odes book IV, VII / Samuel Johnson -- Fontainebleau / Sara Teasdale -- On the dead / Walter Savage Landor -- Moonrise / D. H. Lawrence -- Death of the day / Walter Savage Landor -- A song from Cyprus / H.D. -- Elegy written in a country churchyard / Thomas Gray -- The valley of unrest / Edgar Allen Poe -- Requiem / Kenneth Fearing -- The Indian burying ground / Philip Freneau -- Concord hymn / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- The returned volunteer to his rifle / Herman Melville -- The phoenix / George Darley -- On music / Walter Savage Landor -- Abt Vogler / Robert Browning -- To Joseph Joachim / Robert Bridges -- Fear no more the heat o' the sun / William Shakespeare / The crimson cherry tree / Henry Treece -- Weep no more / John Fletcher -- On man / Walter Savage Landor -- Reflections / George Crabbe -- An ancient to ancients / Thomas Hardy -- Resolution and independence / William Wordsworth -- Poem from The year of loss / Nicholas Moore -- Train ride / John Brooks Wheelwright -- My father's watch / John Gould Fletcher / A minuet on reaching the age of fifty / George Santayana -- Pt. 7: Of saints and hymns, reflections and devotions of life beyond earth
Dimensions
17 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 603 pages
Lccn
43015409
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01291157
  • (OCoLC)ocm01291157

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