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INTRODUCTION BY EDWARD THE MASK OF ANARCHY (1819). 347

Dowden

xi Note by Mrs. Shelley

353

PREFACE BY MRS. SHELLEY TO •Peter Bell THE THIRD (1819). 354

FIRST COLLECTED EDITION,

Note by Mrs. Shelley

368

1839.

.xxxvii LETTER TO MARIA GISBORNE (1820) 369

POSTSCRIPT IN SECOND EDITION -THE WITCH OF ATLAS (1820) 374

OF 1839

xli Note by Mrs. Shelley

PREFACE BY MRS. SHELLEY TO -CEDIPUS TYRANNUS; OR SWELL-

THE VOLUME OF POSTHUMOUS

FOOT THE TYRANT (1820) 389

POEMS, PUBLISHED IN 1824 . xlii Note by Mrs. Shelley

403

QUEEN MAB (1813)

1 EPIPSYCHIDION (1821).

404

Shelley's Notes.

37 -ADONAIS (1821).

Note by Mrs. Shelley

-HELLAS (1821)

432

. THE DÆMON OF THE WORLD ;

Shelley's Notes .

452

A FRAGMENT (1815)

70

Note by Mrs. Shelley

453

ALASTOR ; OR THE SPIRIT OF

FRAGMENTS OF AN UNFINISHED

SOLITUDE (1815) :

80

DRAMA (1822).

455

Note by Mrs. Shelley

94

CHARLES THE FIRST (1822)

460

THE REVOLT OF ISLAM (1817) 95

•THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE (1822)

474

Note by Mrs. Shelley

207

EARLY POEMS (1814-15)-

PRINCE ATHANASE ; A FRAGMENT

(1817).

Stanza, written at Bracknell

485

209

Stanza--April 1814 .

485

.ROSALIND AND HELEN (1817-18) 215

To Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin

Note by Mrs. Shelley

232

To

: " Yet look on me-

· JULIAN AND MADDALO (1818) 233 take not thine eyes away"

486

Note by Mrs. Shelley

Mutability

487

PROMETHEUS UNBOUND (1819) 245 On Death : "The pale, the cold,

Note by Mrs. Shelley

293

and the moony smile"

487

«THE CENCI (1819)

297

A Summer Evening Churchyard,

Note by Mrs. Shelley

344 Lechlade, Gloucestershire

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• Poems WRITTEN IN 1819-

“POEMS WRITTEN IN 1819--

Sonnet : England in 1819 .

Fragment : Rome and Nature.

524

An Ode: To the Assertors of

Variation of the Lyric to the

Liberty

Moon

524

Cancelled Stanza : Gather, O

Cancelled Stanza of the Mask of

gather"

Anarchy

525

Ode to Heaven.

Note by Mrs. Shelley

525

Ode to the West Wind

526 POEMS WRITTEN IN 1820-

An Exhortation

527 The Sensitive Plant

The Indian Serenade

527 Cancelled Passage of the Sensitive

Cancelled Passage of the Indian

Plant

Serenade

A Vision of the Sea

To Sophia (Miss Stacey]

The Cloud

To William Shelley

To a Skylark

To William Shelley

529

Ode to Liberty

To Mary Shelley

529 Cancelled Passage of the Ode to

To Mary Shelley

529 Liberty.

On the Medusa of Leonardo da

Το

“I fear thy kisses,

Vinci in the Florentine Gallery 529

gentle maiden "

Love's Philosophy

530 Arethusa

Fragment: “Follow to the deep

Song of Proserpine, while gather-

wood's Weeds"

530 ing Flowers on the Plain of

The Birth of Pleasure

530

Enna

Fragment: Love the Universe

530 Hymn of Apollo

Fragment : "A gentle Story of

Hymn of Pan

two Lovers young"

530 The Question

Fragment : Love's Atmosphere 530 The Two Spirits : An Allegory
Fragment : Fellowship of Souls . 531 Ode to Naples .
Fragment : Reminiscence and

Autumn : A Dirge

Desire

531 The waning Moon

Fragment : Forebodings

531 To the Moon

Fragment : Visitations of Calm

Death: " Death is here and death

Thoughts

531 is there"

Fragment : Poetry and Music

531 Liberty

Fragment: The Tomb of Memory 531 Summer and Winter .

Fragment : Song of the Furies. 531 The Tower of Famine

Fragment : “Wake the Serpent

An Allegory

not

532 The World's Wanderers

Fragment : Rain and Wind

532 Sonnet : “Ye hasten to the grave!

Fragment: A Tale Untold

532 What seek ye there"

Fragment: To Italy .

532 Lines to a Reviewer.

Fragment : Wine of Eglantine 532 Fragment of a Satire on Satire
Fragment : A Roman's Chamber 532 Good Night

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POEMS WRITTEN IN 1820-

POEMS WRITTEN IN 1821–

Buona Notte

562

Another Version of the Same

576

Orpheus

Love, Hope, Desire, and Fear

576

Fiordispina

Prologue to Hellas

577

Time Long Past

Fragments written for Hellas

Fragment : The Deserts of Sleep 566 Fragment : “I would not be a

Fragment : Consequence

566 King"

580

Fragment : A Face

Ginevra

581

Fragment : Weariness

Evening : Ponte a Mare, Pisa

584

Fragment : Hope, Fear, and

The Boat on the Serchio

585

Doubt

Music

587

Fragment : Alas! this is not

Sonnet to Byron

587

what I thought Life was 567

Fragment on Keats

587

Fragment : Milton's Spirit. 567 Fragment : Methought I was a

Fragment: Unrisen Splendour. 567 Billow in the Crowd".

587

Note by Mrs. Shelley

567 To-morrow

Stanza : If I walk in Autumn's

• POEMS WRITTEN IN 1821–

Dirge for the Year

To Night.

Fragment : A Wanderer

Fragment :

Peace surrounding

Time

569

Life

Lines : Far, far away, O ye". 569

From the Arabic: An Imitation 569

Fragment : “I Faint, I Perish

To Emilia Viviani

with my Love"

570

The Fugitives

Fragment : “ The Lady of the

570

To

Music, when soft

South

voices die "

Fragment : The Awakener

571

Song : “Rarely, rarely, comest

Fragment : Rain

thou"

Fragment : Ambushed Dangers

Mutability

Fragment : “And that I walk

571

thus proudly crowned ".

Lines written on hearing the News

Fragment : "The rude Wind is

of the Death of Napoleon 572

Sonnet : Political Greatness

singing"

589

572

Fragment :

"Great Spirit

The Aziola

573

A Lament : “O world ! O life!

Fragment : "O Thou Immortal

O time"

Deity".

573

Remembrance

Fragment: False Laurels and True 589

573

Note by Mrs. Shelley

To Edward Williams

589

573

To

"One word is too POEMS WRITTEN IN 1822-

often profaned"

574

The Zucca

591

To

"When passion's

The Magnetic Lady to her Patient 593

trance is overpast"

575

Lines :

"When the Lamp is

A Bridal Song

575 shattered "

593

Another Version of the Same 575 To Jane : The Invitation

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• POEMS WRITTEN IN 1822--

TRANSLATIONS-

To Jane : The Recollection

595

Sonnet from the Italian of Caval.

With a Guitar, to Jane

596 canti

640

To Jane : “ The keen Stars were

Scenes from Calderon's Magico

twinkling"

597 Prodigioso (1822).

640

A Dirge

597 Scenes from Goethe's Faust (1822) 651

Lines written in the Bay of Lerici 597 JUVENILIA-

Lines: “We meet not as we

Verses on a Cat

661

parted"

Fragment : Omens (1807). 661

The Isle

Epitaphium (1808)

661

Fragment: To the Moon

In Horologium (1809)

662

Epitaph

598

Song from the Wandering Jew(1809) 662

Note by Mrs. Shelley

599

Fragment from the Wandering

TRANSLATIONS

Jew (1809)

662

Homer's Hymn to Mercury (1820) 603 A Dialogue : For my dagger is

Homer's Hymn to Castor and

bathed in the blood of the brave"

Pollux.

618 (1809) ·

662

Homer's Hymn to the Moon 618 To the Moonbeam (1809) ·
Homer's Hymn to the Sun 619 The Solitary (1810).
Homer's Hymn to the Earth :

To Death: “Death! where is thy

Mother of All

619 victory" (1810)

Homer's Hymn to Minerva 620 Love's Rose (1810)

Homer's Hymn to Venus (1818) 620 Eyes : A Fragment (1810).

The Cyclops of Euripides (1819) 621 Poems from St. Irvyne, or the

Epigrams-

Rosicrucian (published 1810). 665

To Stella

Posthumous Fragments of Mar-

Kissing Helena

garet Nicholson (1810) 669

Spirit of Plato

Fragment : "'Tis midnight now

Circumstance

635

-athwart the murky air''

671

Fragment of the Elegy on the

Despair

Death of Adonis

Yes! all is past

635

Fragment :

Fragment of the Elegy on the

-swift time has fled away"

Death of Bion

636 The Spectral Horseman.

From the Greek of Moschus (1816) 636 Melody to a Scene of Former

Pan, Echo, and the Satyr . 636

Times

676

From Virgil's Tenth Eclogue

Stanza from a Translation of the

Sonnet from the Italian of Dante

Marseillaise Hymn

676

(1816).

637

Bigotry's Victim (1810? 1811) 676

The First Canzone of the Con-

On an Icicle that clung to the

vito (1820)

Grass of a Grave (1809? 1811) 677

Matilda gathering Flowers (1820) 639 Love (1811)

678

Fragment adapted from the Vita

On a Fête at Carlton House :

Nuova of Dante

640 Fragment (1811).

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