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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 95

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Author

Southey, Caroline Anne

Title

Solitary hours. 2nd ed.

Imprint

Edinburgh and London : William Blackwood & Sons, 1839.

Physical description

pp. viii, [2],236, 8x. Rebound in grey boards.

Call number

WPRP 95

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 37. Only 1st edition listed in BLC.

Epigraph

none

Contents

 

THE BROKEN BRIDGE

1

ON THE NEAR PROSPECT OF LEAVING HOME.--1818

12

SONNET.--1818

15

SUNDAY EVENING

16

THE MARINER’S HYMN

22

SONNET, WRITTEN ON READING TASSO’S LIFE

25

SONNET

26

CHILDHOOD

27

"IT IS NOT DEATH"

57

SONNET

60

THE LADYE’S BRYDALLE

61

SONNET.--1818

75

ABJURATION

76

SONNET.--1821

80

BEAUTY

81

MY GARDEN

95

AUTUMN FLOWERS

103

"SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY IS THE EVIL THEREOF"

106

GRACIOUS RAIN

115

THE WELCOME HOME, 1820

118

TO A DYING INFANT

122

THE NIGHT-SMELLING STOCK

128

"I NEVER CAST A FLOWER AWAY"

132

THOUGHTS ON LETTER WRITING

133

"THERE IS A TONGUE IN EVERY LEAF"

148

THE MOTHER’S LAMENT

151

MY EVENING

153

FAREWELL TO MY FRIENDS

162

THE PRIMROSE

166

FAREWELL TO GREECE

169

THE SMUGGLER

171

A FAIR PLACE AND PLEASANT

220

THE THREE FRIENDS, (STANZAS ACCOMPANYING A PICTURE)

222

TO MY BIRDIE

225

OH! ENVIE’S AN UNCANNIE GUEST

229

RANGER’S GRAVE. March 1825

234