Talk:Hebrew Melodies

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Information about this edition
Edition: First Edition
Contributor(s): Quuxplusone (original proofreader of unindexed source, using the following online sources: [1], [2])
Level of progress:
Notes: [The following poems were published in April 1815 with musical settings by Isaac Nathan. The "Braham" referred to in the dedication is John Braham of London.]
Proofreaders: Quuxplusone


Punctuation in poetry is always a tricky subject, since no two sources ever agree in all the details. I have tried to strike a harmonious mean between grammatical correctness, aesthetics, and other sources' punctuation styles. If you have access to an original manuscript, by all means update (antedate?) the current punctuation to match. And no, Web sources are not original manuscripts. :) --Quuxplusone 06:04, 21 August 2005 (UTC)


I am in the process of reworking Byron's works hosted here at WS. Most of the poems listed on the Mainspace page (The Hebrew Melodies) are included in WS's indexed Works. There may be discrepancies, which I will eventually work out, and this page may end up becoming a versions page. Londonjackbooks (talk) 17:36, 3 November 2012 (UTC)

Titles originally listed on Mainspace page, but erroneously titled (for First Edition):

Title originally listed on Mainspace page and included in "Hebrew Melodies" section of Works, but not present in 1815 version:

Titles originally listed on Mainspace page, but not actually present in First Edition (at least as titled, and to my present knowledge):