UCB Libraries

 

Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 317

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

 

Author

Robinson, Mary, 1758-1800

Title

The poetical works of the late Mrs. Mary Robinson; including many pieces never before published. In three volumes. Volume III. By Mary Robinson.

Imprint

London: R[ichard]. Phillips, 1806.

Call number

WPRP 317

Physical Description

3 v. front. 19 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 278.

Epigraph

None.

Online copies

Volume I via Hathi Trust

Volume II via Hathi Trust

Volume III via Hathi Trust

Contents

THE Progress of Liberty. Book I.

1

——————————. Book II.

32

A Monody to the Memory of Sir Joshua Reynolds

53

Sappho and Phaon: in a Series of legitimate Sonnets

63

Sonnet. To Amicus

108

Sonnet. To Independence

109

Sonnet

110

Sonnet. To my beloved Daughter

111

Sonnet

112

Sonnet. The Peasant

113

Sonnet. To Ingratitude

114

Sonnet. To Evening

115

Sonnet. The Mariner

116

Sonnet. To Philanthropy

117

Sonnet. Written among the Ruins of an ancient Castle in Germany, in the Year 1786

118

Sonnet. Laura to Petrarch

119

Sonnet. The Tear

120

Sonnet

121

Sonnet

122

Sonnet. To Liberty

123

Sonnet

124

Sonnet. Written at Sea, Sept. 1, 1792

125

Sonnet. To Amicus

126

Stanzas

127

Cupid Sleeping

130

Lines from "Angelica"

133

To him to lamented seeing a beautiful Woman weep

137

The Admonition. After the Manner of the ancient Poets

138

The Way to keep him

141

Impromptu

143

To Arabella. After the Manner of the English Poets

144

Taste and Fashion

146

Impromptu on *****

148

Fairy Rhymes. Oberon's Invitation to Titania

149

Titania's Answer to Oberon

151

The Fortune-Teller. A Gypsy Tale

153

Poor Marguerite

160

The Confessor. A Sanctified Tale

167

Edmund's Wedding

172

The Alien Boy

177

The Granny Grey

183

Golfre. A Gothic Swiss Tale. Part I.

189

———————————-. Part II.

193

———————————-. Part III.

198

———————————-. Part IV.

204

———————————-. Part V.

210

Jasper

215

London's Summer Morning

223

Lines

225

Lesbia and her Lover

226

To Jealousy

228

To a Friend who asked the Author's Opinion of a Kiss

229

A Reflection

232

The Poet's Garret

233

To John Taylor, Esq.

236

Lines sent by Peter Pindar to Mrs. Robinson, borrowing her Lap-dog to paint his Likeness

238

The Answer, by Mrs. Robinson

239

To Leonardo

241

The Snake and the Linnet. A Fable

244

Ode. The Eagle and the Flock of Geese

247

Lines written on a day of Public Rejoicing

253

The Swan

255

Lines on hearing a Gentleman declare, that no Women were so handsome as the English

258

Stanzas written for "The Shrine of Bertha"

261

Stanzas

264

The Miser

269

Stanzas presented with a Gold Chain Ring to a once dear Friend

271 213

A Fragment

272

To the May Fly

273

January, 1795

274

Impromptu sent to a Friend, who had left his Gloves, by mistake, at the Author's House on the preceding Evening

277

Madrigal

280

Anacreontic. To Cupid

282

Stanzas

286

Anacreontic

288

Anacreontic. To Bacchus

290

Anacreontic

292

Morning. Anacreontic

294

Male Fashions for 1799

297

Female Fashions for 1799

299

Anacreontic

301

Stanzas to a Friend who wished to have my Portrait

303

The Old Beggar

306