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The complete poetical works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, including materials never before printed in any edition of the poems.djvu

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CONTENTS

PAGE
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xiii
xiv
  Part I
1
  Part II
7
14
30
  Preface
32
38
  Canto I
41
  Canto II
54
  Canto III
64
  Canto IV
72
  Canto V
79
  Canto VI
93
  Canto VII
105
114
  Canto IX
121
  Canto X
128
  Canto XI
139
  Canto XII
144
153
156
164
184
185
199
  Preface
201
  Act I
204
  Act II
223
  Act III
238
  Act IV
250
266
271
  Preface
272
  Act I
276
  Act II
285
  Act III
293
  Act IV
304
  Act V
317
331
335
341
342
357
Letter to Maria Gisborne
358
The Witch of Atlas.
  To Mary
366
  The Witch of Atlas
367
  Note by Mrs. Shelley
382
Oedipus Tyrannus; or. Swellfoot the Tyrant. A Tragedy in Two Acts
384
  Note by Mrs. Shelley
404
Epipsychidion.
405
  Fragments connected with Epipsychidion
419
Adonais. An Elegy on the Death of John Keats.
  Preface
425
  Adonais
427
   Cancelled Passages
439
Hellas. A Lyrical Drama.
  Preface
441
  Prologue
444
  Hellas
448
  Shelley's Notes
473
  Note by Mrs. Shelley
475
Fragments of an Unfinished Drama
477
Charles the First
484
The Triumph of Life
503
   Cancelled opening
516
Early Poems. [1814, 1815.]
  Stanza, written at Bracknell
517
  Stanzas.—April, 1814
517
  To Harriet
518
  To Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin
518
  To ——. ‘Yet look on me’
519
  Mutability
519
  On Death
520
  A Summer Evening Churchyard
520
  To ——. ‘Oh! there are spirits of the air’
521
  To Wordsworth
522
  Feelings of a Republican on the Fall of Bonaparte
522
  Lines: ‘The cold earth slept below’
523
  Note on the Early Poems, by Mrs. Shelley
524
Poems written in 1816.
  The Sunset
525
  Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
526
  Mont Blanc
528
  Cancelled Passage of Mont Blanc
531
  Fragment: Home
531
  Fragment of a Ghost Story
531
  Note on Poems of 1816, by Mrs. Shelley
532
Poems written in 1817.
  Marianne's Dream
532
  To Constantia, Singing
535
  The Same: Stanzas I and II
536
  To Constantia
537
  Fragment: To One Singing
537
  A Fragment: To Music
537
  Another Fragment to Music
537
  ‘Mighty Eagle’
538
  To the Lord Chancellor
538
  To William Shelley
540
  From the Original Draft of the Poem to William Shelley
541
  On Fanny Godwin
542
  Lines: ‘That time is dead for ever’
542
  Death
542
  Otho
543
  Fragments supposed to be parts of Otho
543
  ‘O that a Chariot of Cloud were mine’
544
  Fragments:
   To a Friend released from Prison
544
   Satan broken loose
544
   Igniculus Desiderii
545
   Amor Aeternus
545
   Thoughts come and go in Solitude
545
  A Hate-Song
546
  Lines to a Critic
546
  Ozymandias
546
  Note on Poems of 1817, by Mrs. Shelley
547
Poems written in 1818.
  To the Nile
548
  Passage of the Apennines
548
  The Past
549
  To Mary ——
549
  On a Faded Violet
549
  Lines written among the Euganean Hills
550
  Scene from Tasso
554
  Song for Tasso
555
  Invocation to Misery
555
  Stanzas written in Dejection, near Naples
557
  The Woodman and the Nightingale
558
  Marenghi
560
  Sonnet: ‘Lift not the painted veil’
565
  Fragments:
   To Byron
565
   Apostrophe to Silence
565
   The Lake's Margin
565
   ‘My head is wild with weeping’
566
   The Vine-Shroud
566
  Note on Poems of 1818, by Mrs. Shelley
566
Poems written in 1819.
  Lines written during the Castlereagh Administration
567
  Song to the Men of England
568
  Similes for two Political Characters of 1819
569
  Fragment: To the People of England
569
  Fragment: ‘What men gain fairly’
569
  A New National Anthem
570
  Sonnet: England in 1819
570
  An Ode written October, 1819
571
  Cancelled Stanza
571
  Ode to Heaven
572
  Ode to the West Wind
570
  An Exhortation
575
  The Indian Serenade
575
  Cancelled Passage
575
  To Sophia [Miss Stacey]
576
  To William Shelley, I
576
  To William Shelley, II
577
  To Mary Shelley, I
577
  To Mary Shelley, II
577
  On the Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci
577
  Love's Philosophy
578
  Fragment: ‘Follow to the deep wood's weeds’
579
  The Birth of Pleasure
579
  Fragments:
   Love the Universe to-day
579
   ‘A gentle story of two lovers young’
579
   Love's Tender Atmosphere
579
   Wedded Souls
580
   ‘Is it that in some brighter sphere’
580
   Sufficient unto the day
580
   ‘Ye gentle visitations of calm thought’
580
   Music and Sweet Poetry
581
   The Sepulchre of Memory
581
   ‘When a lover clasps his fairest’
581
   ‘Wake the serpent not’
581
   Rain
581
   A Tale Untold
581
   To Italy
582
   Wine of the Fairies
582
   A Roman's Chamber
582
   Rome and Nature
582
  Variation of the Song of the Moon
582
  Cancelled Stanza of the Mask of Anarchy
583
  Note by Mrs. Shelley
583
Poems written in 1820.
  The Sensitive Plant
583
  Cancelled Passage
591
  A Vision of the Sea
591
  The Cloud
595
  To a Skylark
596
  Ode to Liberty
598
  Cancelled Passage
604
  To ——. ‘I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden’
605
  Arethusa
605
  Song of Proserpine
606
  Hymn of Apollo
606
  Hymn of Pan
607
  The Question
608
  The Two Spirits. An Allegory
609
  Ode to Naples
610
  Autumn: A Dirge
614
  The Waning Moon
615
  To the Moon
615
  Death
616
  Liberty
616
  Summer and Winter
616
  The Tower of Famine
617
  An Allegory
618
  The World's Wanderers
618
  Sonnet: ‘Ye hasten to the grave!’
618
  Lines to a Reviewer
619
  Fragment of a Satire on Satire
619
  Good-night
620
  Buona Notte
621
  Orpheus
621
  Fiordispina
624
  Time Long Past
626
  Fragments:
   The Deserts of Dim Sleep
626
   ‘The viewless and invisible consequence’
626
   A Serpent-face
627
   Death in Life
627
   ‘Such hope, as is the sick despair of good’
627
   ‘Alas ! this is not what I thought life was’
627
   Milton's Spirit
627
   ‘Unrisen splendour of the brightest sun’
628
   Pater Omnipotens
628
   To the Mind of Man
628
  Note on Poems of 1820, by Mrs. Shelley
629
Poems written in 1821.
  Dirge for the Year
630
  To Night
630
  Time
631
  Lines: ‘Far, far away’
631
  From the Arabic: An Imitation
631
  To Emilia Viviani
632
  The Fugitives
632
  To ——. ‘Music, when soft voices die’
633
  Song: ‘Rarely, rarely, comest thou’
633
  Mutability
633
  Lines written on hearing the News of the Death of Napoleon
634
  Sonnet: Political Greatness
635
  The Aziola
636
  A Lament
636
  Remembrance
637
  To Edward Williams
637
  To ——. ‘One word is too often profaned’
639
  To ——. ‘When passion's trance is overpast’
639
  A Bridal Song
639
  Epithalamium
640
  Another Version of the Same
640
  Love, Hope, Desire, and Fear
641
  Fragments written for Hellas
642
  Fragment: ‘I would not be a king’
642
  Ginevra
642
  Evening: Ponte al Mare, Pisa
647
  The Boat on the Serchio
648
  Music
651
  Sonnet to Byron
651
  Fragment on Keats
652
  Fragment: ‘Methought I was a billow in the crowd’
652
  To-morrow
652
  Stanza: ‘If I walk in Autumn’s even’
652
  Fragments:
   A Wanderer
653
   Life rounded with Sleep
653
   ‘I faint, I perish with my love’
653
   The Lady of the South
653
   Zephyrus the Awakener
653
   Rain
653
   ‘When soft winds and sunny skies’
654
   ‘And that I walk thus proudly crowned’
654
   ‘The rude wind is singing’
654
   ‘Great Spirit’
654
   ‘O thou immortal deity’
   The False Laurel and the True
655
   May the Limner
655
   Beauty's Halo
655
   ‘The death knell is ringing’
655
   ‘I stood upon a heaven-cleaving turret’
655
  Note on Poems of 1821, by Mrs. Shelley
656
Poems written in 1822.
  The Zucca
658
  The Magnetic Lady to her Patient
660
  Lines: ‘When the lamp is shattered’
661
  To Jane: The Invitation
661
  To Jane: The Recollection
662
  The Pine Forest of the Cascine near Pisa
663
  With a Guitar, to Jane
665
  To Jane: ‘The keen stars were twinkling’
666
  A Dirge
667
  Lines written in the Bay of Lerici
667
  Lines: ‘We meet not as we parted’
667
  The Isle
668
  Fragment: To the Moon
668
  Epitaph
668
  Note on Poems of 1822, by Mrs. Shelley
668
Translations.
  Hymn to Mercury. Translated from the Greek of Homer
673
  Homer's Hymn to Castor and Pollux
692
  Homer's Hymn to the Moon
692
  Homer's Hymn to the Sun
693
  Homer's Hymn to the Earth: Mother of All
693
  Homer's Hymn to Minerva
694
  Homer's Hymn to Venus
695
  The Cyclops : A Satyric Drama. Translated from the Greek of Euripides
696
  Epigrams:
I.
To Stella. From the Greek of Plato
712
II.
Kissing Helena. From the Greek of Plato
712
III.
Spirit of Plato. From the Greek
712
IV.
Circumstance. From the Greek
713
  Fragment of the Elegy on the Death of Adonis. From the Greek of Bion
713
  Fragment of the Elegy on the Death of Bion. From the Greek of Moschus
714
  From the Greek of Moschus
714
  Pan, Echo, and the Satyr. From the Greek of Moschus
715
  From Vergil's Tenth Eclogue
715
  The Same
716
  From Vergil's Fourth Georgic
717
  Sonnet. From the Italian of Dante
717
  The First Canzone of the Convito. From the Italian of Dante
718
  Matilda gathering Flowers. From the Pargntorio of Dante
719
  Fragment. Adapted from the Vita Nuova of Dante
721
  Ugolino. Inferno, xxxiii. 22–75, translated by Medwin and corrected by Shelley
721
  Sonnet. From the Italian of Cavalcanti
723
  Scenes from the Mugico Prodigioso. From the Spanish of Calderon
723
  Stanzas from Calderon's Cisma de Inglaterra
739
  Scenes. from the Faust of Goethe
740
Juvenilia.
Queen Mab. A Philosophical Poem.
To Harriet * * * * *
754
Queen Mab
754
Shelley's Notes
791
Note by Mrs. Shelley
825
  Verses on a Cat
829
  Fragment: Omens
830
  Epitaphium [Latin Version of the Epitaph in Gray's Elegy]
830
  In Horologium
830
  A Dialogue
830
  To the Moonbeam
831
  The Solitary
831
  To Death
832
  Love's Rose
833
  Eyes: a Fragment
833
Original Poetry by Victor and Cazire.
I.
‘Here I sit with my paper, my pen and my ink’
833
II.
To Miss —— —— [Harriet Grove] From Miss —— —— [Elizabeth Shelley]
835
III.
Song: ‘Cold, cold is the blast’
836
IV.
Song: ‘Come [Harriet]! sweet is the hour’
837
V.
Song: Despair
837
VI.
Song: Sorrow
838
  VII.
Song: Hope
838
VIII.
Song: Translated from the Italian
838
IX.
Song: Translated from tbe German
839
X.
The Irishman's Song
839
XI.
Song: ‘Fierce roars the midnight storm’
839
XII.
Song: To —— [Harriet]
840
XIII.
Song: To —— [Harriet]
840
XIV.
Saint Edmond's Eve
840
XV.
Revenge
842
XVI.
Ghasta ; or, The Avenging Demon
844
XVII.
Fragment ; or, The Triumph of Conscience
846
Poems from St. Irvyne; or. The Rosicrucian.
I.
Victoria
847
II.
‘On the Dark Height of Jura’
847
III.
Sister Rosa. A Ballad
848
IV.
St. Irvyne's Tower
849
V.
Bereavement
850
VI.
The Drowned Lover
850
Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson
  Advertisement
851
  War
851
  Fragment: Supposed to be an Epithalamium of Francis Ravaillae and Charlotte Corday
853
  Despair
855
  Fragment 855
  The Spectral Horseman
856
  Melody to a Scene of Former Times
857
 Stanza from a Translation of the Marseillaise Hymn
858
 Bigotry's Victim
858
 On an Icicle that clung to the Grass of a Grave
859
 Love
859
 On a Fête at Carlton House: Fragment
860
 To a Star
860
 To Mary, who died in this opinion
860
 A Tale of Society as it is: From Facts. 1811
860
 To the Republicans of North America
862
 To Ireland
863
 On Robert Emmet's Grave
863
 The Retrospect : Cwm Elan, 1812
803
 Fragment of a Sonnet : To Harriet
865
 To Harriet
865
 Sonnet: To a Balloon laden with Knowledge
867
 Sonnet: On launching some Bottles filled with Knowledge into the Bristol Channel
867
 The Devil's Walk
867
 Fragment of a Sonnet: Farewell to North Devon
870
 On leaving London for Wales
870
 The Wandering Jew's Soliloquy
871
 Evening : To Harriet
871
 To Ianthe
871
 Song from the Wandering Jew
872
 Fragment from the Wandering Jew
872
 To the Queen of my Heart
872
Editor’s Notes
873
Bibliographical List of Editions
899
Index of First Lines
904