Talk:Poems (Coates 1916)
Historically listed and referenced as a "Collected edition," Robert H. Walker—in his biographical sketch of Mrs. Coates (Walker, Robert H. "Coates, Florence Earle." Notable American Women:1607-1950. Cambridge, MA:Belknap Press of the Harvard Univ. Press, 1974:354.)—notes that this two-volume set is "really selected."
Poems from Mrs. Coates' other collections not included in this set:
From Poems (1898):
From Mine and Thine (1904):
From Lyrics of Life (1909):
Of Love With Breath of Spring A Lowly Parable Fritz Scheel—A Tribute The Sun-Dial Thomas Bailey Aldrich Conflict and Rest Child-Fancies The Martyr Jews Inheritor When You Came The Young Wife John Hay "Each and All"
From The Unconquered Air, and Other Poems (1912):
The Orchestral Leader Lines for a Fiftieth Anniversary Omar The Young Wife Speaks Heimweh For the Birthday of William Dean Howells On Finding Buddha's Dust In Modern Bonds To the Author of "Madame Butterfly" The Love of Life The Lost Gioconda To Alice Meynell To R. R. On Rereading the "De Profundis" of Oscar Wilde Fairer Than Violets Are The "Titanic"—Aftermath Against the Gate of Life
- "Better to Die" (1912, 1916, 1917) and "Live thy Life" (1916, 1917) are the only poems not original to Pro Patria, and both are included in the 1916 collection. All other poems in the pamphlet are original to the work.