Poems and some letters. Edited, with a biographical and critical introduction and textual notes, by Anne Ridler.

; Ridler, Anne, 1912-2001, editor
Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1963.

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Other Authors Ridler, Anne, 1912-2001,
Subjects Thomson, James, 1834-1882.
Series Centaur classics.
Description xiv, 278 pages portrait, facsimile 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 258).
Contents Poems, 1852-1860: Four points in a life. The approach to St. Paul's. Suggested by Matthew Arnold's Grande Chartreuse. The doom of a city. A chant. Lines on his twenty-third birthday. A recusant. The lord of the castle of indolence. A real vision of sin. Mater Tenebrarum -- Poems, 1860-1874: The 'Melencolia' of Albrecht Dürer. Through foulest fogs. To our ladies of death. Two sonnets. On George Herbert's poems. To Joseph and Alice Barnes. The three that shall be one. Sunday at Hampstead. Thomas Cooper's argument. The fire that filled. From the midst of the fire. Vane's story. Versicles. Low life. Polycrates on Waterloo Bridge. Once in a saintly passion. On the terrace at Richmond. From Sunday up the river. Art. A Polish insurgent. Mr. MacCall at Cleveland Hall. Life's Hebe. Day. Night. Philosophy. The naked goddess. Two lovers. In the room. A song of sighing. Weddah and Om-el-Bonian. L'Envoy. Lilah, Alice, Hypatia. In a Christian churchyard. The city of dreadful night -- Poems, 1878-1882: Lines, 1878. A voice from the Nile. To H.A.B. The sleeper. At Belvoir. Modern Penelope. Proem: 'O antique fables'. The poet and his muse. Insomnia. Despotism tempered by dynamite -- Letters: To Agnes Gray. To Mrs. Bradlaugh. To Hypatia Bradlaugh. To Mrs. Bradlaugh. To. Mrs. John Thompson. To W.M. Rossetti. From Colorado to an unknown recipient. To Hypatia and Alice Bradlaugh. To Hypatia Bradlaugh. To Alice and Hypatia Bradlaugh. To the same. To Mrs. John Thomson. To Mrs. Bradlaugh. To Mrs. John Thomson.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)366361
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Thomson, James, 1834-1882.
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