The poems of Arthur Hugh Clough / edited by A.L.P. Norrington.

; Norrington, A. L. P. (Arthur Lionel Pugh), 1899-1982
London ; New York : Oxford University P., 1968.

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Standard Title Poems. Selections
Other Authors Norrington, A. L. P. 1899-1982.
Subjects Corrodi, August, 1826-1885
Corrodi, August, 1826-1885.
Series Oxford standard authors.
Description xix, 320 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents Ambarvalia -- The human spirits saw I on a day -- Ah what is love, our love, she said -- I give thee joy! O worthy word -- When panting sighs the bosom fill -- Sic Itur -- Amidst the fleeting many unforgot -- Thou whom thy danglers have ere this forgot -- Not in thy robes of royal rich array -- Come back again, my olden heart -- When soft September brings again -- Oh, ask not what is love, she said -- Light words they were, and lightly, falsely said -- Qui Laborat, orat -- With graceful seat and skilful hand -- When Israel came out of Egypt -- The silver wedding! on some pensive ear -- Why should I say i see the things I see not -- Sweet streamlet bason! at thy side -- Away, haunt not thou me -- My wind is turned to bitter north -- Look you, my simple friend, 'tis one of those -- Thought may well be ever ranging -- Duty -- that's to say complying -- Blank misgivings of a creature moving about in worlds not realized -- Qua Cursum Ventus -- Alcaics -- Natura naturans -- God be with you! -- O Latmos -- A golden key on the tongue -- Is it true, ye gods, who treat us -- Truth is a golden thread -- Whence com'st thou, shady lane -- So I, as boyish years went by, went wrong -- When the dews are earliest falling -- Enough, small Room, -tho' all too true -- To the Great Metropolis -- Would that I were, O hear thy suppliant. -- Epi-Strauss-ium -- The song of lamech -- Bathesda. a sequel -- Easter Day. Naples, 1849 -- Easter Day II -- The latest decalogue -- What we, when face to face we sea -- Hope evermore and believe, O man, for e'en as thy thought -- Say not the struggle nought availeth -- O land of Empire, are and love -- Uranus -- Les Vaches -- Sa majesté très Chrétienne -- Peschiera -- Alteram Partem -- These vulgar ways that round me be -- It fortifies my soul to know -- July's farewell -- Now the birds have ceased their singing -- Go, foolish thoughts, and join the throng -- Genesis XXIV -- Jacob's wives -- Jacob -- A hymn yet not a hymn -- Old things need not be therefore true -- Across the sea, aloong the shore -- To spend uncounted years of pain -- It is not sweet content, be sure -- In the Great Metropolis -- Blessed are those who have not seen -- Put forth thy leaf, thou lofty plane -- Last words. Napoleon and Wellington -- Farewell, farewell! her vans the vessel tries -- Ye flags of Piccadilly -- Come home, come home! and where an home hath he -- Green fields of England -- Come back, come back, behold with strainign mast -- Some future day shen what is now is not -- Were I with you, or you with me -- Were you with me, or I with you -- That out of sight is out of mind -- The mighty ocean rolls and raves -- Am I with you, or you with me -- O ship, ship, ship -- Where lies the land to which the ship would go -- How in all wonder Columbus got over -- O qui me -- Lips, lips, open -- Come poet come -- Upon the water, in the boat -- O stream, descending to the sea -- Cease, empty faith, the spectrum saith -- Repose in Egypt -- Trunks the forest yielded with gums ambrosial oozing -- From thy far sources, 'mid mountains airily climbing -- Actæon -- The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich -- Amours de Voyage -- Dipsychus.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)458541
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861.
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