|←Author Index: Lo||Richard Lovelace
|English nobleman and one of the cavalier poets.|
- To Lucasta, Going Beyond the Seas
- To Lucasta, Going to the Wars
- A Paradox
- Song. To Amarantha, That she would dishevel her hair
- To Chloe, Courting her for his Friend
- Sonnet. "Depose your finger of that ring"
- Ode. To Lucasta. The Rose.
- Gratiana Dancing and Singing
- The Scrutiny
- Princess Löysa drawing
- An Elegie. Princesse Katherine.
- Love Conquer'd. A Song.
- A Loose Saraband
- A forsaken Lady to her false Servant that is disdained by his new Mistris
- Orpheus to Beasts. Song.
- Orpheus to Woods. Song.
- The Grasshopper. To My Noble Friend, Mr. Charles Cotton. Ode.
- Dialogue. Lucasta, Alexis.
- To Ellinda, That lately I have not written
- Sonnet. "When I by thy fair shape did swear"
- Lucasta Weeping. Song.
- The Vintage to the Dungeon. A Song.
- On The Death Of Mrs. Elizabeth Filmer. An Elegiacall Epitaph.
- To Lucasta. From Prison. An Epode.
- Lucasta's Fan
- Lucasta, taking the waters at Tunbridge. Ode.
- To Lucasta. Ode Lyrick.
- To My Worthy Friend Mr. Peter Lilly
- Elinda's Glove. Sonnet.
- To Fletcher reviv'd
- The Lady A. L. My Asylum In A Great Extremity
- A Prologue To The Scholars
- The Epilogue
- Clitophon And Lucippe Translated. To The Ladies.
- To My Truely Valiant, Learned Friend
- Amyntor's Grove, his Chloris, Arigo, and Gratiana. An Elogie.
- Against the Love of Great Ones
- Lucasta paying her Obsequies to the Chast memory of my dearest Cosin Mrs. Bowes Barne
- To Althea, from Prison
- Being treated to Ellinda
- Sonnet. To Generall Goring, after the Pacification at Berwicke
- Sir Thomas Wortley's Sonnet Answered
- Lucasta's World. Epode
- La Bella Bona Roba
- The Fair Beggar
- To Ellinda, Upon His Late Recovery.
- An Elegy. On the Death of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton
Works about Lovelace
- “Lovelace, Richard,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- “Lovelace, Richard,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
- “Lovelace, Richard”, in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911