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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 135

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Author

Jewsbury, Maria Jane. afterwards Fletcher. (1800-1833).

Title

Phantasmagoria; or, sketches of life and literature. 1st ed.

Imprint

London : Hurst, Robinson, 2 vols.

Year of Publication

1825

Call Number

WPRP 135

Physical Description

2 v. 19 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 174.

Notes

Includes Dedication.

Epigraph

Familiar matter of today,
Some natural sorrow, joy, or pain,
That has been, and may be again.

Online copies

Volume I, Hathi Trust

Volume II, Hathi Trust

Contents

WORDSWORTH

CONTENTS OF VOL. I.

 

The Age of Books

1

Human Sorrow and Human Sympathy

11

Lines written by the Sea Side

21

Boarding School Reminiscences

25

To Death

37

Religious Novels

41

To Love

50

A Vision of Poets

55

Song of the French Invalids

75

An Old Bachelor’s Trip to Paris

79

A Young Lady’s Trip to Paris

93

A Father’s Farewell

105

Woman’s Love

107

Historical Sketches

117

The Unknown

141

Stanzas for Music

175

The Young Author

189

David lamenting over Absalom

199

Address to the Ocean

203

Early Friendships

207

Lines to Hope

211

Lines to a beautiful Rose

213

To a Friend leaving England

215

Separation

217

Re-union

218

Writing a Love Tale

219

First Efforts in Criticism

233

Belshazzar’s Feast

249

Zerinda.--A Fairy Tale

253

Cursory Remarks on the Spirit of the Old Ballads

279

CONTENTS TO VOL. II.

 

Cursory Remarks on Modern Ballads

1

Edith. A Sketch

29

The Relief of Leyden

35

Regulus before the Roman Senate

51

The Complaint of a Schoolmistress

55

The Parting of David and Jonathan

67

A Lover’s Remorse

71

Columbus in Chains

91

My Critic

97

The Military Spectacle

103

The Lover to his dead Mistress

111

Town and Country

115

Song of the Hindoo Women

131

Going to be Married

137

The Return of Francis the First from Captivity

145

Lines sent with an Hour Glass

149

Morning

151

Address to the New Year

155

Why is the Spirit of Poetry Anti-cheerful

159

The Poet’s Fate

169

Address to the Sun

171

Lines suggested by seeing two lovely Infants at Play

175

The Lonely Grave

177

Youth

189

A Family of Managers

193

The Emir’s Daughter. A Ballad

203

A Rural Excursion

211

On the Habit of Analyzing our Emotions

223

The Comfortable Woman

229

Lines to an Infant

233

Stanzas

237

The Miseries of Mediocrity

241

Recollections of a Tour

267

Chapter of Sundries

303