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To the present edition are added Timbuctoo,the author's Cambridge University Prize Poem; Poems published in the edition of 1830, and omitted in later editions ; and a number of hitherto uncollected Poems from various sources.

CONTENTS.

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103

Poems (Published 1930):-

The Talking Oak.....

To the Queen.............

Love and Duty.......

Claribel...............

The Golden Year..

Lilian.....

Ulysses ............

Isabel......

Locksley Hall....

Mariana...

Godiva....

To

The Two Voices....

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Madeline...........

The Day-Dream.......

Song.-The Owl......

Amphion..........

Second Song...........

Will Waterproof's Lyrical Monologue .....

Recollections of the Arabian Nights....

To — after reading a Life and Letters..

Ode to Memory ..........

Lady Clare.........

Song...............

St. Agnes ......

Adeline.......

Sir Galahad.......

A Character......

To E. L. on his Travels in Greece

The Poet....

The Lord of Burle

The Poet's Mind.....

Edward Gray......

The Sea-Fairies.......

Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere......

The Deserted House......

A Farewell.....

The Dying Swan.........

The Vision of Sin..

A Dirge.............

Come not, when I am dead”.....

Love and Death.........

The Eagle.......

The Ballad of Oriana...

"Move eastward, happy Earth, and leave".

Circumstance.......

“Break, break, break"...

The Merman.......

The Beggar Maid ......

The Mermaid .......

The Poet's Song.......

Sonnet to J. M.K......

THE PRINCESS: A MEDLEY.....

POEMS (Published 1832):-

IN MEMORIAM ....

The Lady of Shalott..

Mariana in the South ....

MAUD, AND OTHER POEMS:-

Eleżnore......

Maud ................

The Miller's Daughter.........

The Brook: an Idyl..

...... 142

Fatima.

The Letters.

143

none.....

Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington 144

The Sisters.......

The Daisy.........

............. 146

To -

To the Rev. F. D. Maurice...... ..... 147

The Palace of Art......

Will.....

147

Lady Clara Vere de Vere ......

The Charge of the Light Brigade........... 147

The May Queen.............
New-Year's Eve........

IDYLS OF Tue King:-(The Idyls of the Ring
Conclusion..........

should be read in the order here indicated.)

The Lotos-Eaters .......

Dedication...

148

A Dream of Fair Women.

The Coming of Arthur.....

208

Margaret......

Enid......

148

The Blackbird........

Vivien ...

161

The Death of the Old Year....

Elaine .......

168

TO J.S...............................

The Holy Grail.......

“You ask me why, tho' ill at ease".

Pelleas and Ettarre..

.... 217

Of old sat Freedom on the heights".......

Guinevere.................

... 177

“Love thou thy land, with love far-brought"

The Passing of Arthur....
The Goose.......

Enocu ARDEN ..

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ENGLISH IDYLS AND OTHER Poems (Published

ADDITIONAL POEMS:

1642):-

The Epic..........

Aylmer's Field....

..... 190

Morte d'Arthur ...........

Sea Dreams.........

..... 195

The Gardener's Daughter; or, the Pictures.. 47 The Grandmother......

..... 198

Dora..........

Northern Farmer .....

200

Audley Court....

Tithonus.............

201

Walking to the Mail..

50 The Voyage...........

202

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Edwin Morris ; or, The Lake....

* 'l bis last, the earliest written of the poems, is here connected with
Si. Simeon Stylites...

52 | the rest, in accordance with an early project of the author's.

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ADDITIONAL POEMS,
PRINTED EXCLUSIVELY IN THIS EDITION.
TIMBUCTOO...

........... 233
POEMS (Published in the Edition of 1830, and omit-

ted in later Editions) :-
Elegiacs ........
The “ How" and the “Why"...

Why"......... ..... 235

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