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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.


SELECTIONS.

EDITED BY DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI.


POETICAL SKETCHES.

PAGE
Introductory Note 1
Song. My silks and fine array 3
Song. Love and harmony combine 4
Song. I love the jocund dance 5
Mad Song. The wild winds weep 6
Song. How sweet I roamed from field to field 7
Song. Memory, hither come 8
To the Muses. Whether on Ida's shady brow 9
To the Evening Star. Thou fair-hair'd angel of the Evening 10
To Spring. O thou, with dewy locks, who lookest down 11
To Summer. O thou who passest thro' our valleys in 12
Blind-Man's Buff. When silver snow decks Susan's clothes 13
King Edward the Third (Selections from) 16


Introductory Note 27
Introduction. Piping down the valleys wild 29
The Shepherd. How sweet is the shepherd's sweet lot 30