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The poetical works of James Thomson (1895), Volume 1.djvu

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CONTENTS

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MEMOIR ix
VANE'S STORY 1
WEDDAH AND OM-EL-BONAIN 55
TWO LOVERS 105
TO OUR LADIES OF DEATH 112
THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT 122
IN THE ROOM 173
SUNDAY UP THE RIVER 183
SUNDAY AT HAMPSTEAD 203
THE NAKED GODDESS 218
THE THREE THAT SHALL BE ONE 231
ART 234
PHILOSOPHY 237
LIFE'S HEBE 241
A POLISH INSURGENT 244
L'ANCIEN RÉGIME; OR, THE GOOD OLD RULE 247
E. B. B. 251
POLYCRATES ON WATERLOO BRIDGE 253
SHAMELESS 256
THE FIRE THAT FILLED MY HEART OF OLD 258
TWO SONNETS 260
A SONG OF SIGHING 262
DAY 264
NIGHT 265
VIRTUE AND VICE 267
LOW LIFE 269
PROLOGUE TO THE PILGRIMAGE TO SAINT NICOTINE OF THE HOLY HERB 272
VERSICLES 279
L'ENVOY 280
LILAH, ALICE, HYPATIA 282
CREEDS AND MEN 284
THOMAS COOPER'S ARGUMENT 285
MR. MACCALL AT CLEVELAND HALL 289
BILL JONES ON PRAYER 293
EPIGRAMS—
IPHIGENIA À LA MODE 295
LOVE'S LOGIC 295
A TIMELY PRAYER 296
WHO KILLED MOSES? 296
SUGGESTED FROM SOUTHAMPTON 297
POOR INDEED! 297
IN EXITU ISRAEL 298
THE SUCCESSORS WHO DO NOT SUCCEED 298
BLESS THEE! THOU ART TRANSLATED 299
CROSS LINES FROM GOETHE 299
WE CROAK 300
IN A CHRISTIAN CHURCHYARD 300
OUR CONGRATULATIONS ON THE RECOVERY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS 301
PATHETIC EPITAPH 301
SONG 303
WILLIAM BLAKE 305
SUPPLEMENT TO THE INFERNO 306
DON GIOVANNI AT COVENT GARDEN 313
AQUATICS (KEW) 315


TRANSLATIONS.

TRANSLATIONS FROM HEINE
THE PILGRIMAGE TO KEVLAAR 321
THE LORELEY 325
THE MOUNTAIN VOICE 326
"FOR MANY THOUSAND AGES" 327
"IN THE RHINE, IN THE BEAUTIFUL RIVER" 327
"THE LOTUS-FLOWER DOTH LANGUISH" 328
"THE WORLD IS DULL, THE WORLD IS BLIND" 329
"I BLAME THEE NOT, A BROKEN HEART MY LOT" 329
"THE VIOLETS BLUE OF THE EYES DIVINE" 330
"THE EARTH IS SO FAIR AND THE HEAVEN SO BLUE" 331
"I GAZED UPON HER PICTURE" 331
"A PINE-TREE STANDETH LONELY" 332
"MY DARLING, THOU ART FLOWERLIKE" 332
"SAY WHERE IS THE MAIDEN SWEET" 332
"THE OLD DREAM COMES AGAIN TO ME" 332
"MY DARLING, WE SAT TOGETHER" 333
"MY HEART, MY HEART IS MOURNFUL" 334
QUESTIONS 335
"AS I EACH DAY IN THE MORNING" 335
"YOU LOVELY FISHER-MAIDEN" 336
"THE MOON IS FULLY RISEN" 337
WHERE? 337
BODY AND SOUL 338
CHILDHOOD 340
THE GREEK GODS 341
THE GODS OF GREECE 345
IN HARBOUR 349
PHILOSOPHY 352
HINDOO MYTHOLOGY 352
EPILOGUE 353
REMINISCENCE OF HAMMONIA 354
TRANSLATIONS FROM GOETHE —
PROMETHEUS 357
FROM THE "WEST-ÖSTLICHER DIVAN" 359
TRANSLATIONS FROM DE BERANGER —
THE GOOD GOD 361
THE DEATH OF THE DEVIL 363
NOTES 367