The Norton anthology of English literature / M. H. Abrams, general editor [and others]
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Third edition.
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2 volumes ; 22 cm
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Bibliography: volume 1, pages 2443-2465; volume 2, pages 2447-2467.
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v. 1. The Middle Ages -- The sixteenth century -- The seventeenth century -- The restoration and the eighteenth century.
v. 2. The romantic period. Corn riggs an' barley rigs ; To a mouse ; Green grown the rashes ; Holy Willie's prayer ; Willie brewed a peck o' maut ; Tam o' shanter ; Afton Water ; Ae fond kiss ; Ye flowery banks ; Scots, what hae ; For a' that and a' that ; A red, red rose ; Auld lang syne / Robert Burns.
v. 2. The romantic period. Poetical sketches. Song (How sweet I roam'd from field to field) ; To the evening star ; Song (Memory, hither come) ; Mad song ; To the muses / William Blake -- Songs of innocence. Introduction ; The lamb ; The divine image ; The chimney sweeper ; Nurse's song ; Holy Thursday ; The little black boy / William Blake -- Songs of experience. Introduction. Earth's answer ; The clod & the pebble ; Holy Thursday ; The chimney sweeper ; Nurse's song ; The sick rose ; The tyger ; Ah, sunflower ; The garden of love ; London ; The human abstract ; Infant sorrow ; A poison tree ; To Tirzah ; A divine image / William Blake -- The book of Thel ; The marriage of Heaven and Hell ; A song of liberty ; For the sexes : the gates of paradise (prologue and epilogue) / William Blake -- From Blake's notebook. Never pain to tell thy love ; I asked a thief ; Mock on, mock on Voltaire, Rousseau ; Morning / William Blake -- The mental traveller ; And did those feet ; Jerusalem : the emanation of the giant Albion. Invocation ; The waking of Albion / William Blake -- A vision of the last judgment (Two letters on sight and vision). To Dr. John Trusler (Aug. 23, 1799) ; To Thomas Butts (Nov. 22, 1802 : With happiness stretchd across the hills) / William Blake.
v. 2. The romantic period. Lyrical ballads. We are seven ; Lines written in early spring ; Expostulation and reply ; The tables turned ; To my sister ; Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey ; Preface to Lyrical ballads / William Wordsworth -- Strange fits of passion have I known ; She dwelt among the untrodden ways ; Three years she grew ; A slumber did my spirit seal ; I travelled among unknown men ; Lucy Gray ; The ruined cottage ; Michael ; Written in March ; Resolution and independence ; The green linnet ; Yew trees ; I wandered lonely as a cloud ; My heart leaps up ; Ode : intimations of immortality ; Ode to duty ; The solitary reaper ; Elegiac stanzas / William Wordsworth -- Sonnets. Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 ; It is a beauteous evening ; Composed in the valley near Dover, on the day of landing London, 1802 ; The world is too much with us ; Surprised by joy ; Composed by the side of Grasmere lake ; Afterthought ; Mutability ; Steamboats, viaducts, and railways ; Extempore effusion upon the death of James Hogg ; Prospectus to The recluse ; The prelude. The two-part prelude ; The prelude, or, Growth of a poet's mind (Books I-XIV) / William Wordsworth.
v. 2. The romantic period. The Alfoxden journal ; The Grasmere journals / Dorothy Wordsworth.
v. 2. The romantic period. Sonnet to the river otter ; The Eolian harp ; This lime-tree bower my prison ; The rime of the ancient mariner ; Kubla Khan ; Christabel ; Frost at midnight ; Dejection : an ode ; The pains of sleep ; What is life? ; Phantom ; To William Wordsworth ; Recollections of love ; Limbo ; On Donne's poetry ; Work without hope ; Constancy to an ideal object ; Phantom or fact ; Epitaph ; Biographia literaria (chapters I, IV, XIII, XIV, XVII) ; Lectures on Shakespeare. Fancy and imagination in Shakespeare's poetry ; Mechanic vs. organic form / Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
v. 2. The romantic period. Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos ; When we two parted ; She walks in beauty ; Stanzas for music. There be none of beauty's daughters ; They say that hope is happiness / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- Darkness ; Childe Harold's pilgrimage (canto I, III, IV); So we'll go no more a-roving ; Don Juan (canto I-IV, XVI) ; The vision of judgment ; Stanzas to the Po ; When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home ; Stanzas written on the road between Florence and Pisa / George Gordon, Lord Byron.
v. 2. The romantic period. Mutability ; To Wordsworth ; Alastor, or, The spirit of solitude ; Mont Blanc : lines written in the vale of Chamouni ; Hymn to intellectual beauty ; Ozymandias ; Sonnet (Lift not the painted veil which those who live) ; Stanzas written in dejection, December 1818, near Naples ; A song : Men of England ; England in 1819 ; To Sidmouth and Castlereagh ; The Indian girl's song ; Ode to the west wind ; Prometheus unbound ; The cloud ; To a sky-lark ; Song of Apollo ; Song of Pan ; The two spirits, an allegory ; When passion's trance is overpast ; To night ; To----- Memory ; O world, o life, o time ; Choruses from Hellas. Worlds on worlds ; The world's great age / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Adonais : an elegy on the death of John Keats ; A dirge ; When the lamp is shattered ; To Jane, the invitation ; To Jane (The keen stars were twinkling) ; Lines written in the Bay of Lerici ; The triumph of life ; A defence of poetry / Percy Bysshe Shelley.
v. 2. The romantic period. On first looking into Chapman's house ; Sleep and poetry ; On seeing the Elgin Marbles for the first time ; On the sea ; Endymion (Preface and books I and IV) ; In drear-nighted December ; On sitting down to read King Lear once again ; When I have fears ; To Homer ; The eve of St. Agnes ; Bright star ; Why did I laugh tonight ; La Belle Dame sans merci ; On the sonnet ; To sleep ; On fame ; Ode to psyche ; Ode on a Grecian urn ; Ode to a nightingale ; Ode on Indolence ; Ode on melancholy ; Lamia ; The fall of hyperion ; To autumn ; This living hand / John Keats -- Letters. To Benjamin Bailey ; To George and Thomas Keats ; To John Hamilton Reynolds ; To John Taylor ; To Richard Woodhouse ; To George and Georgiana Keats ; To Percy Bysshe Shelley / John Keats.
v. 2. The romantic period. Romantic lyric poets. To the River Itchin, near Winton ; Languid, and sad, and slow / William Lisle Bowles -- The dreary change ; Jock of Hazeldean ; Proud Maisie / Sir Walter Scott -- My days among the dead are passed / Robert Southey -- Mother, I cannot mind my wheel ; Rose Aylmer ; The three roses ; On seeing a hair of Lucretia Borgia ; Past ruined lion ; Dirce ; Twenty years hence ; On his seventy-fifth birthday ; Well I remember how you smiled / Walter Savage Landor -- Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; The time I've lost in wooing / Thomas Moore -- The fish, the man, and the spirit ; Rondeau / Leigh Hunt -- The war song of Dinas Vawr / Thomas Love Peacock -- Mouse's nest ; I am ; Clock a clay ; Song (I peeled bits of straw and I got switches too) ; Song (Secret love) ; An invite to eternity ; A vision / John Clare -- The phoenix ; It is not beauty I demand ; The mermaidens' vesper hymn / George Darley -- Song (How many times do I love thee dear?) ; Song (Old Adam, the carrion crow) ; The phantom wooer ; Song of the Stygian Naiades / Thomas Lovell Beddoes.
v. 2. The romantic period. Romantic essayists. Christ's hospital five-and-thirty years ago ; The two races of men ; New year's eve ; On the artificial comedy of the last century ; Old china / Charles Lamb -- My first acquaintance with poets ; Mr. Wordsworth ; On Shakespeare and Milton ; The fight / William Hazlitt -- Confessions of an English opium-eater. Preliminary confessions ; Introduction to the pains of opium ; The pains of opium / Thomas De Quincey -- On the knocking at the gate in MacBeth ; The English mail coach (II and III) / Thomas De Quincey.
v. 2. The romantic period. Topics in romantic literature, the Satanic and Byronic hero. Romantic comments on Milton's Satan / William Blake ; Percy Bysshe Shelley ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- The evolution of the Byronic hero / Anne Radcliffe ; Lord Byron -- Topics in romantic literature : romantic poems in process. The tyger / William Blake ; She dwelt among the untrodden ways / William Wordsworth ; Dejection : an ode / Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; Don Juan / Lord Byron ; O world, O life, O time / Percy Bysshe Shelley ; The eve of St. Agnes / John Keats.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Carlyle's portraits of his contemporaries. King William IV at 69 ; Queen Victoria at 18 ; Charles Lamb at 56 ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge at 53 ; William Wordsworth in his seventies ; Alfred Tennyson at 34 ; William Makepeace Thackeray at 42 / Thomas Carlyle -- Characteristics ; Sartor restartus. The everlasting no ; Centre of indifference ; The everlasting yea ; Natural supernaturalism / Thomas Carlyle -- Past and present. Democracy ; Captains of industry / Thomas Carlyle.
v. 2. The Victorian age. What is poetry? ; Coleridge ; On liberty (chapter III) ; The subjection of women ; Autobiography (chapter V) / John Stuart Mill.
v. 2. The Victorian age. The kraken ; Mariana ; Sonnet (She took the dappled partridge flecked with blood) ; The lady of Shalott ; The lotos-eaters ; You ask me, why, though ill at ease ; Lines (Here often, when a child I lay reclined) ; Ulysses ; Tithonus ; Break, break, break ; The epic (Morte d' Arthur) ; Sonnet (How thought you that this thing could captivate?) ; Move eastward, happy Earth ; The eagle ; Locksley Hall ; The princess. Sweet and low ; The splendor falls ; Tears, idle tears ; Ask me no more ; Now sleeps the crimson petal ; Come down, o maid ; The woman's cause is man's / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- In memoriam A.H.H. ; The charge of the light brigade ; Maud (VIII, XVI, XVIII) ; In the valley of Cauteretz ; Idylls of the king. Dedication ; Pelleas and Ettarre ; The passing of Arthur / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- A dedication ; I stood on a tower ; Northern farmer : new style ; Flower in the crannied wall ; The revenge ; To Virgil ; "Frate ave atque vale" ; The dawn ; The silent voices ; Crossing the bar / Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Porphyria's lover ; Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister ; My last duchess ; The laboratory ; The lost leader ; How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix ; Home-thoughts, from abroad ; Home-thoughts, from the sea ; The bishop orders his tomb at Saint Praxed's Church ; Meeting at night ; Parting at morning ; A toccata of Galuppi's ; Memorabilia ; Love among the ruins ; Women and roses ; "Childe Roland to the dark tower came" ; Respectability ; Fra lippo lippi ; The last ride together ; Andrea del Sarto ; Two in the Campagna ; A Grammarian's funeral ; Confessions ; Youth and art ; Caliban upon Setebos ; Prospice ; Abt Vogler ; Dîs aliter visum, or, Le Byron de Nos Jours ; Rabbi Ben Ezra ; Apparent failure ; O lyric love ; The householder ; House ; To Edward Fitzgerald ; Epilogue to Asolando / Robert Browning
v. 2. The Victorian age. Martin Chuzzlewit [selections] ; David Copperfield [selections] ; Bleak house [selections] ; Hard times [selections] ; Our mutual friend [selections] / Charles Dickens.
v. 2. The Victorian age. The mill on the floss [selections] ; Margaret Fuller and Mary Wollstonecraft / George Eliot.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Shakespeare ; In harmony with nature ; To a friend ; The forsaken merman ; Isolation. To Marguerite ; To Marguerite, continued ; The buried life ; Memorial verses ; Longing ; Lines written in Kensington Gardens ; Philomela ; Requiescat ; The scholar gypsy ; Dover Beach ; Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse ; Thyrsis ; Palladium ; The better part ; Growing old ; The last word ; Preface to Poems ; The function of criticism at the present time ; Maurice de Guérin (A definition of poetry) ; Culture and anarchy (chapters I, II, V) ; Wordsworth ; The study of poetry ; Literature and science / Matthew Arnold.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Lyric and narrative poetry. Sonnets from the Portuguese (22, 43) / Elizabeth Barrett Browning -- Remembrance ; The prisoner ; No coward soul is mine / Emily Brontë -- The blessed damozel ; My sister's sleep ; The woodspurge ; The house of life [selections from The sonnet] ; She bound her green sleeve ; The orchard-pit / Dante Gabriel Rossetti -- Song (When I am dead, my dearest) ; After death ; A birthday ; An apple gathering ; Uphill ; Goblin market ; A life's parallels ; Cardinal Newman ; Sleeping at last / Christina Rossetti -- Modern love (1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 17, 50) ; Dirge in the woods ; Lucifer in starlight / George Meredith -- Christ keep the hollow land ; The haystack in the floods ; The earthly paradise (An apology) ; A death song ; For the bed at Kelmscott / William Morris -- The rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám / Edward Fitzgerald -- Epi-strauss-ium ; The latest decalogue ; Say not the struggle nought availeth ; Dipsychus. I dreamt a dream. "There is no God", the wicked saith / Arthur Hugh Clough -- Atalanta in Calydon. When the hounds of spring ; Before the beginning of years / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- In the orchard ; The triumph of time (I will go back to the great sweet mother) ; Hymn to Proserpine ; The garden of Proserpine ; Ave Atque Vale / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The hound of heaven ; The kingdom of God / Francis Thompson.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Nonsense verse. How pleasant to know Mr. Lear ; Limerick (There was a young man in Iowa) ; The jumblies ; Cold are the crabs / Edward Lear -- Jabberwocky (Humpty Dumpty's explication of Jabberwocky) ; The white knight's song ; The walrus and the carpenter ; The hunting of the snark ; The baker's tale / Lewis Carroll.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Critical and controversial prose. The idea of a university (discourse V and VII) ; Apologia pro vita sua (chapters III, V, and from Liberalism) / John Henry Cardinal Newman -- Modern painters. The slave ship ; Of the pathetic fallacy / John Ruskin -- The stones of Venice (The savageness of Gothic architecture) ; The storm-cloud of the nineteenth century (Lecture I) / John Ruskin -- A liberal education (A game of chess) ; An address on university education (The function of a professor) ; Science and culture ; Agnosticism and Christianity / Thomas Henry Huxley -- The Renaissance. Preface ; La Gioconda Conclusion / Walter Pater -- Appreciations (Style) / Walter Pater.
v. 2. The Victorian age. Topics in Victorian literature : evolution. The descent of man [selection] / Charles Darwin -- The Belfast address [selection] / John Tyndall -- The life and letter of Thomas Henry Huxley [selection] / Leonard Huxley -- Father and son [selection] / Edmund Gosse
v. 2. The Victorian age. Topics in Victorian literature : industrialism, progress or decline? A review of Southey's Colloquies [selection] / Thomas Babington Macaulay -- The great towns / Friedrich Engels -- Alton Locke [selection] / Charles Kingsley -- Social statics [selection] / Herbert Spencer.
v. 2. The twentieth century. Impression du Matin ; Hélas ; E tenebris ; The harlot's house ; The critic as artist ; Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray / Oscar Wilde -- Cynara ; Flos lunae ; To one in Bedlam ; A last word ; Spleen ; Dregs ; Exchanges / Ernest Dowson -- Hap ; The impercipient ; Neutral tones ; I look into my glass ; A broken appointment ; Drummer hodge ; Lausanne ; The darkling thrush ; A trampwoman's tragedy ; Let me enjoy ; The rash bride ; One we knew ; She hears the storm ; Channel firing ; The convergence of the Twain ; Ah, are you digging on my grave ; Under the waterfall ; The walk ; During wind and rain ; In time of "The breaking of nations" ; He never expected much / Thomas Hardy -- God's grandeur ; The starlight night ; Spring ; The lantern out of doors ; The windhover ; Pied beauty ; Hurrahing in harvest ; Binsey poplars ; Dun's Scotus's Oxford ; Felix Randal ; Spring and fall ; Inversnaid ; Carrion comfort ; No worst, there is none ; Thou art indeed just, Lord / Gerard Manley Hopkins.
v. 2. The twentieth century. Preface to Major Barbara ; Major Barbara / George Bernard Shaw -- Heart of darkness / Joseph Conrad -- The madness of King Goll ; The stolen child ; Down by the Sally Gardens ; The rose of the world ; The lake isle of Innisfree ; The sorrow of love ; When you are old ; Who goes with Fergus ; The man who dreamed of Faeryland ; The secret rose ; The folly of being comforted ; Adam's curse ; The old men admiring themselves in the water ; No second Troy ; The fascination of what's difficult ; September 1913 ; To a shade ; The cold heaven ; The wild swans at Coole ; Easter 1916 ; On a political prisoner ; The second coming ; A prayer for my daughter ; Sailing to Byzantium ; Leda and the swan ; Among school children ; A dialogue of self and soul ; For Anne Gregory ; Byzantium ; Crazy Jane talks with the bishop ; After long silence ; Lapis lazuli ; Long-legged fly ; The circus animals' desertion ; Under Ben Bulben / William Butler Yeats -- Memoirs. Autobiography ; Journal / William Butler Yeats.
v. 2. The twentieth century. Araby ; Clay ; A portrait of the artist as a young man. The interview with the director ; The walk on the shore / James Joyce -- Ulysses. Proteus ; Lestrygonians / James Joyce -- Finnegans wake (Anna Livia Plurabelle) / James Joyce -- Odor of chrysanthemums ; The rainbow (chapter II) ; The horse dealer's daughter ; The fox ; Why the novel matters ; Love on the farm ; The bride ; A young wife ; Piano ; Bavarian gentians ; Snake ; The ship of death / D.H. Lawrence -- The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock ; Landscapes. Rannoch, by Glencoe ; Cape Ann / T.S. Eliot -- Sweeney among the nightingales ; Whispers of immortality ; The waste land ; Journey of the magi ; Marina ; Four quartets (Little gidding) ; Tradition and the individual talent ; The metaphysical poets / T.S. Eliot -- The watergaw ; The Bonnie Broukit Bairn ; Moonstruck ; The Eemis stane ; A drunk man looks at the thistle. Farewell to Dostoevski ; Yet ha'e I silence left / Hugh MacDiarmid -- To circumjack cencrastus (Lourd on my hert) ; On a raised beach ; Second hymn to Lenin ; In memoriam James Joyce (We must look at the harebell) / Hugh MacDiarmid -- Endgame (The end) ; Molloy. Overture : A and C ; Molloy and his sucking stones ; Moran in service ; Two encounters ; Moran back from service / Samuel Beckett -- The unnamable (Into the silence) / Samuel Beckett.
v. 2. The twentieth century. Distinctive voices in poetry and fiction. Loveliest of trees ; When I was one-and-twenty ; To an athlete dying young ; Bredon Hill ; The Lent lily ; On Wenlock Edge ; With rue my heart is laden ; Terence, this is stupid stuff ; The chestnut casts his flambeaux ; Could man be drunk forever ; Epitaph on an army of mercenaries / A.E. Housman -- Danny Deever ; Recessional ; Edgehill fight ; The runes on Weland's sword / Rudyard Kipling -- Heaven ; The soldier / Rupert Brooke -- Tears ; The owl ; The path ; Adlestrop ; The gallows ; Ambition / Edward Thomas -- Greater love ; Futility ; Sonnet on seeing a piece of our artillery brought into action ; Anthem for doomed youth ; Apologia pro poemate meo ; Strange meeting / Wilfred Owen -- The road from Colonus / E.M. Forster -- The mark on the wall / Virginia Woolf -- Troy ; The return ; The animals ; Adam's dream ; The horses / Edwin Muir -- In parenthesis (Preface and part 7) / David Jones -- Flying crooked ; Down, wanton, down! ; The reader over my shoulder ; The devil's advice to story-tellers ; A civil servant ; Gulls and men ; The white goddess ; The straw ; Dialogue on the headland ; The blu-fly ; A plea to boys and girls ; Friday night ; The naked and the nude ; A slice of wedding cake / Robert Graves -- This lunar beauty ; Petition ; On this island ; Spain 1937 ; Musée des beaux arts ; Lullaby ; In memory of W.B. Yeats ; Their lonely betters ; In praise of limestone / W.H. Auden -- Sunday morning ; The sunlight on the garden ; Bagpipe music ; Mahabalipuram ; Good dream / Louis MacNiece -- The force that through the green fuse drives the flower ; This bread I break ; After the funeral ; There was a saviour ; The hunchback in the park ; Poem in October ; Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas -- To room nineteen / Doris Lessing.
v. 2. The twentieth century. The critical revolt against romanticism and impressionism. Romanticism and classicism / T.E. Hulme -- Practical criticism (part I) / I.A. Richards -- Revaluation (chapter 6) / F.R. Leaves -- Seven types of ambiguity (Wordsworth) / William Empson.
v. 2. The twentieth century. Poetry after mid-century. A voice from the garden ; Across the bay / Donald Davie -- Lines on a young lady's photograph album ; Faith healing ; Ambulances / Philip Larkin -- An English summer ; In memory of anyone unknown to me / Elizabeth Jennings -- Reflections ; A meditation on John Constable ; Hawks ; Autumn piece / Charles Tomlinson -- Considering the snail ; Human condition ; Moly / Thom Gunn -- Wind ; A dream of horses ; Relic ; Examination at the womb-door ; A disaster / Ted Hughes -- Seahorses ; Five generations / Peter Porter -- Nature with man ; A bluebell ; Creatures / Jon Silkin -- September song ; Funeral music (3 and 7) / Geoffrey Hill -- Churning day ; Poor women in a city church / Seamus Heaney.
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