Author:Anne Kingsmill Finch
Jump to navigation Jump to search
|←Author Index: Fi||Anne Finch
|English poet; one of the earliest published women poets in England; Countess of Winchilsea; born Anne Kingsmill|
- The poems of Anne Countess of Winchilsea: from the original edition of 1713 and from unpublished manuscripts (1903) (transcription project)
- In Poems and Extracts (1905) by William Wordsworth:
- "In the Muse's paths I stray"
- Petition for an absolute Retreat
- Song ("Would we attain the happiest state")
- "Where is that World to which the fancy flies"
- A Nocturnal Reverie
- Fragment ("Peace! where art thou to be found?")
- Fragment ("So here confined, and but to female clay")
- From a Poem for the Birthday of the Lady Cathrine Tufton
- Life's Progress
- The Tree
- From a Poem on the Death of the Honble James Thynne younger Son of the Lord Viscount Weymouth
- Song ("'Tis strange, this heart within my breast")
- From a Poem in praise of the invention of Letter Writing
- "Silvia, let us from the crowd retire"
- "O King of Terrors! whose unbounded sway"
- Enquiry After Peace (unindexed)
- The Dog And His Master (unindexed)
- The Spleen (unindexed)
- To the Nightingale (unindexed)
Works about Finch
- "Finch, Anne (d.1720)," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.