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The poetical works of Matthew Arnold, 1897.djvu
Title The poetical works of Matthew Arnold
Author Matthew Arnold
Year 1897
Publisher Thomas Y. Crowell & Company
Location Boston and New York
Source djvu
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CONTENTS.

PAGE
Note viii
Biographical Introduction ix
Bibliography xxiii
EARLY POEMS.
Sonnets:—
Quiet Work 1
To a Friend 2
Shakspeare 2
Written in Emerson's Essays 3
Written in Butler's Sermons 3
To the Duke of Wellington 4
In Harmony with Nature 5
To George Cruikshank 5
To a Republican Friend, 1848 6
Continued 7
Religious Isolation 7
Mycerinus 8
The Church of Brou:—
I. The Castle 12
II. The Church 16
III. The Tomb 18
A Modern Sappho 19
Requiescat 21
Youth and Calm 22
A Memory-Picture 23
The New Sirens 25
The Voice 34
Youth's Agitations 36
The World's Triumphs 36
Stagirius 37
Human Life 39
To a Gypsy Child by the Seashore 40
A Question 43
In Utrumque Paratus 43
The World and the Quietist 45
The Second Best 46
Consolation 47
Resignation 49
A Dream 58
Horatian Echo 59
NARRATIVE POEMS.
Sohrab and Rustum 61
The Sick King in Bokhara 88
Balder Dead:—
I. Sending 96
II. Journey to the Dead 106
III. Funeral 116
Tristram and Iseult:—
I. Tristram 133
II. Iseult of Ireland 145
III. Iseult of Brittany 152
Saint Brandan 159
The Neckan 162
The Forsaken Merman 164
SONNETS.
Austerity of Poetry 169
A Picture at Newstead 169
Rachel: I., II., III. 170
Worldly Place 172
East London 172
West London 173
East and West 173
The Better Part 174
The Divinity 174
Immortality 175
The Good Shepherd with the Kid 175
Monica's Last Prayer 176
LYRIC AND DRAMATIC POEMS.
Switzerland:—
I. Meeting 177
II. Parting 178
III. A Farewell 181
IV. Isolation. To Marguerite 184
V. To Marguerite. Continued 185
VI. Absence 186
VII. The Terrace at Berne 187
The Strayed Reveller 189
Fragment of an "Antigone" 199
Fragment of Chorus of a "Dejaneira" 203
Early Death and Fame 204
Philomela 204
Urania 206
Euphrosyne 207
Calais Sands 208
Faded Leaves:—
I. The River 209
II. Too Late 210
III. Separation 210
IV. On the Rhine 211
V. Longing 211
Despondency 212
Self-Deception 212
Dover Beach 213
Growing Old 215
The Progress of Poesy 216
Pis Aller 216
The Last Word 217
A Nameless Epitaph 217
Empedocles on Etna 218
Bacchanalia; or, the New Age 256
Epilogue to Lessing's Laocoön 260
Persistency of Poetry 266
A Caution to Poets 266
The Youth of Nature 267
The Youth of Man 271
Palladium 275
Progress 275
Revolutions 277
Self-Dependence 278
Morality 279
A Summer Night 280
The Buried Life 283
Lines written in Kensington Gardens 286
A Wish 288
The Future 290
New Rome 293
The Lord's Messengers 294
Merope 295
ELEGIAC POEMS.
The Scholar-Gypsy 381
Thyrsis 389
Memorial Verses 397
Stanzas in Memory of Edward Quillinan 400
Stanzas from Carnac 401
A Southern Night 402
Haworth Churchyard 407
Epilogue 411
Rugby Chapel 411
Heine's Grave 418
Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse 425
Stanzas in Memory of the Author of Obermann 432
Obermann Once More 438
LATER POEMS.
Westminster Abbey 451
Geist's Grave 457
Poor Matthias 460
Kaiser Dead 467
S. S. "Lusitania" 470
ADDITIONAL EARLY POEMS.
Alaric at Rome 471
Cromwell 481
The Hayswater Boat 488
Sonnet to the Hungarian Nation 490
Destiny 490
Courage 491
Thekla's Answer 492
Notes 493