Author:George Gordon Byron/Index of Titles

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Index of Titles
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A

B

Ballad
Beppo, a Venetian story
The Blues, a Literary Eclogue
Bowles and Campbell
The Bride of Abydos, a Turkish tale (transcription project)
Bright be the place of thy soul! (see "Stanzas for Music")
By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and wept
"By the Waters of Babylon"

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E

E Nihilo Nihil; or, An Epigram Bewitched
Egotism. A Letter to J. T. Becher
Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart.
Elegy
Elegy on Newstead Abbey
Elegy on the Death of Sir Peter Parker (same as "Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart.")
Endorsement to the Deed of Separation, in the April of 1816
English Bards, and Scotch Reviewers, a satire
Epigram (If for silver, or for gold)
Epigram (In digging up your bones, Tom Paine)
Epigram (It seems that the Braziers propose soon to pass)
Epigram (The world is a bundle of hay)
Epigram on an Old Lady who had some Curious Notions respecting the Soul (In Nottingham county there lives at Swan Green)
Epigrams (Oh, Castlereagh! thou art a patriot now)
Epilogue
The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus (A paraphrase from the Æneid, Lib. 9.)
Epistle from Mr. Murray to Dr. Polidori
Epistle to a Friend
Epistle to Augusta
Epistle to Mr. Murray
Epitaph
Epitaph for Joseph Blacket, late Poet and Shoemaker
Epitaph for William Pitt
Epitaph on a Beloved Friend
Epitaph on a Friend (same as "Epitaph on a Beloved Friend")
Epitaph on John Adams, of Southwell
Epitaph to a Dog
Euthanasia

F

Fame, wisdom, love, and power were mine (same as "All is Vanity, saith the Preacher")
Fare Thee Well
Farewell (same as "Farewell! if ever Fondest Prayer")
Farewell! if ever Fondest Prayer (same as "Farewell")
Farewell Petition to J. C. H., Esqre.
Farewell to Malta
Farewell to the Muse
Fill the Goblet Again
The First Kiss of Love
A Fragment (Could I remount the river of my years)
Fragment (Hills of Annesley, Bleak and Barren)
A Fragment (When, to their airy hall, my Fathers' voice)
Fragment from the "Monk of Athos"
Fragment of a Translation from the 9th Book of Virgil's Æneid (compare "The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus")
Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore
Fragments of School Exercises: From the "Prometheus Vinctus" of Æschylus
Francesca of Rimini
Francisca
From Anacreon Ode 3. ('Twas now the hour when Night had driven)
From Job (same as "A Spirit passed before me")
From the French (Ægle, beauty and poet, has two little crimes)
From the French (Must thou go, my glorious Chief)
From the last hill that looks on thy once holy dome (same as "On the Day of the Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus")
From the Portuguese
From the Turkish (same as "The Chain I gave")

G

G. G. B. to E. P. (same as "To M. S. G.") (When I dream that you love me, you'll surely forgive)
The Giaour
The Girl of Cadiz
Granta. A Medley

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I speak not, I trace not, I breathe not thy name (see "Stanzas for Music")
I saw thee weep
I would I were a Careless Child
Ich Dien
If sometimes in the haunts of men
If that High World
Imitated from Catullus
Imitation of Tibullus
Impromptu
Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend
In the valley of waters (same as "By the Waters of Babylon")
Inscription on the Monument of a Newfoundland Dog
The Island, or Christian and His Comrades
The Irish Avatar
It is the hour (compare with first stanza of Parisina)

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Sardanapalus, a tragedy (transcription project)
Saul
She walks in Beauty
The Siege of Corinth
A Sketch
A Sketch from Life (same as "A Sketch")
So we'll go no more a-roving
Soliloquy of a Bard in the Country
Sonetto di Vittorelli
Song (Breeze of the night in gentler sighs)
Song (Fill the goblet again! for I never before) (same as "Fill the Goblet Again")
Song (Maid of Athens, ere we part) (same as "Maid of Athens, ere we part")
Song (Thou art not false, but thou art fickle) same as "Thou art not false, but thou art fickle")
Song (When I roved a young Highlander) (same as "When I Roved a Young Highlander")
Song for the Luddites
Song of Saul before his Last Battle
Song to the Suliotes
Sonnet on Chillon
Sonnet on the Nuptials of the Marquis Antonio Cavalli with the Countess Clelia Rasponi of Ravenna
Sonnet, to Genevra (Thine eyes' blue tenderness, thy long fair hair)
Sonnet, to Generva (Thy cheek is pale with thought, but not from woe). aka "Sonnet, to the Same"
Sonnet to Lake Leman
Sonnet to the Prince Regent
The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown!
A Spirit passed before me
Stanzas (And thou art dead, as young and fair)
Stanzas (And wilt thou weep when I am low?) (same as "And wilt Thou weep when I am low?")
Stanzas (Away, away, ye Notes of Woe)
Stanzas (Chill and mirk is the nightly blast) (same as "Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm")
Stanzas (Could Love for ever)
Stanzas (I would I were a careless child) (same as "I would I were a Careless Child")
Stanzas (If sometimes in the Haunts of Men)
Stanzas (One struggle more, and I am free)
Stanzas (Remember him, whom Passion's Power)
Stanzas (Thou art not false, but thou art fickle)
Stanzas (Through cloudless skies, in silvery sheen) (same as "Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian Gulf")
Stanzas (When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home)
Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm
Stanzas for Music (Bright be the place of thy soul!)
Stanzas for Music (I speak not, I trace not, I breathe not thy name)
Stanzas for Music (There be none of Beauty's daughters)
Stanzas for Music (There's not a joy the world can give like that it takes away)
Stanzas for Music (They say that Hope is happiness)
Stanzas To —— (same as "Stanzas to Augusta": Though the day of my Destiny's over)
Stanzas to a Hindoo Air
Stanzas to a Lady, on Leaving England
Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of Camoëns
Stanzas to Augusta (When all around grew drear and dark)
Stanzas to Augusta (Though the day of my Destiny's over)
Stanzas to Jessy
Stanzas to the Po
Stanzas to the Same (same as "There was a Time, I need not name")
Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian Gulf
Stanzas written on the Road between Florence and Pisa
Substitute for an Epitaph
Sun of the Sleepless!
Sympathetic Address to a Young Lady (same as "Lines to a Lady weeping")

T

The Tear
There be none of Beauty's daughters (see "Stanzas for Music")
There was a Time, I need not name
There's not a joy the world can give like that it takes away (see "Stanzas for Music")
They say that Hope is happiness (see "Stanzas for Music")
Thou art not false, but thou art fickle
Thou whose spell can raise the dead (same as "Saul")
Thoughts Suggested by a College Examination
Thy Days are done
To —— (But once I dared to lift my eyes)
To —— (Oh! well I know your subtle Sex)
To A—— (same as "To M——")
To a Beautiful Quaker
To a Knot of Ungenerous Critics
To a Lady (Oh! had my Fate been join'd with thine)
To a Lady (This Band, which bound thy yellow hair)
To a Lady (When Man, expell'd from Eden's bowers)
To a Lady Weeping (same as "Lines to a Lady weeping")
To a Lady who Presented to the Author a Lock of Hair Braided with his own, and appointed a Night in December to meet him in the Garden
To a Vain Lady
To a Youthful Friend
To an Oak at Newstead
To Anne (Oh, Anne, your offences to me have been grievous)
To Anne (Oh say not, sweet Anne, that the Fates have decreed)
To Belshazzar
To Caroline (Oh! when shall the grave hide for ever my sorrow?)
To Caroline (Think'st thou I saw thy beauteous eyes)
To Caroline (When I hear you express an affection so warm)
To Caroline (You say you love, and yet your eye)
To D—
To Dives. A Fragment
To E—
To Edward Noel Long, Esq.
To Eliza
To Emma
To E. N. L. Esq. (same as "To Edward Noel Long, Esq.")
To Florence
To George Anson Byron (?)
To George, Earl Delawarr
To Harriet
To Ianthe (The "Origin of Love!"—Ah, why) (same as "On being asked what was the 'Origin of Love'")
To Ianthe (from Canto I of Childe Harold's Pilgrimage) (Not in those climes where I have late been straying)
To Inez (from Canto I of Childe Harold's Pilgrimage) (Nay, smile not at my sullen brow)
To Julia (same as "To Lesbia!")
To Lesbia!
To Lord Thurlow
To M——
To Maria —— (same as "To Emma")
To Mrs. —— (same as "Well! Thou art Happy")
To Mrs. Musters (same as "Stanzas to a Lady, on Leaving England")
To M. S. G. (When I dream that you love me, you'll surely forgive)
To M. S. G. (Whene'er I view those lips of thine)
To Marion
To Mary, on Receiving Her Picture
To Miss E. P. (same as "To Eliza")
To Mr. Murray (For Orford and for Waldegrave)
To Mr. Murray (Strahan, Tonson, Lintot of the times)
To Mr. Murray (To hook the Reader, you, John Murray)
To my Son
To Penelope
To Romance
To Samuel Rogers, Esq. (same as "Lines written on a Blank Leaf of The Pleasures of Memory")
To Sir W. D. (same as "To a Youthful Friend")
To the Author of a Sonnet
To the Countess of Blessington
To the Duke of D—— (same as "To the Duke of Dorset")
To the Duke of Dorset
To the Earl of —— (same as "To the Earl of Clare")
To the Earl of Clare
To the Honble. Mrs. George Lamb
To the Prince Regent on the repeal of the bill of attainder against Lord E. Fitzgerald, June, 1819. (same as "Sonnet to the Prince Regent")
To the Rev. J. T. Becher (same as "Lines: addressed to the Rev. J. T. Becher")
To the Same (same as "And wilt Thou weep when I am low?")
To the Sighing Strephon
To Thomas Moore (My boat is on the shore)
To Thomas Moore (Oh you, who in all names can tickle the town)
To Thomas Moore (What are you doing now)
To Thyrza (Without a stone to mark the spot)
To Thyrza (One struggle more, and I am free) (same as "One struggle more, and I am free")
To Time
To Woman
Translation from Anacreon Ode 1. (I wish to tune my quivering lyre)
Translation from Anacreon Ode 5. (Mingle with the genial bowl)
Translation from Catullus: Ad Lesbiam
Translation from Catullus: Lugete Veneres Cupidinesque
Translation from Horace
Translation from the "Medea" of Euripides [Ll. 627–660]
Translation from Vittorelli
Translation of a Romaic Love Song
Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus, by Domitius Marsus
Translation of the famous Greek War Song
Translation of the Nurse's Dole in the Medea of Euripides
Translation of the Romaic Song
The Two Foscari, a tragedy (transcription project)

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The Waltz, an apostrophic hymn
Warriors and Chiefs! (same as "Song of Saul before his Last Battle")
We sate down and wept by the waters of Babel (same as "By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and wept")
Well! Thou art Happy
Were my Bosom as False as thou deem'st it to be
Werner, or The Inheritance, a tragedy (transcription project)
When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home (see "Stanzas")
When Coldness wraps this Suffering Clay
When I Roved a Young Highlander
When we Two parted
The Wild Gazelle
Windsor Poetics
A Woman's Hair
Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos
Written at Athens (same as "The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown!")
Written at the request of a lady in her memorandum book (same as "Lines written in an Album, At Malta")
Written in an Album (same as "Lines written in an Album, At Malta")
Written in Mrs. Spencer S.'s—— (same as "Lines written in an Album, At Malta")