The Works of Patrick Branwell Brontė: 1837-1848

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Taylor & Francis, 1997 - 531 pagine
This volume covers 1837-1848 and depicts the end of the Angrian conflict, Branwell's abandonment of the Angrian saga, and his attempts to establish himself as a published poet and man of letters. During this period he produced approximately 80,700 words of prose, 65 new poems and verse fragments, 54 revised poems, and 37 translations of Latin odes.
Along with his significant poems, sonnets and prose pieces, this volume also contains Branwell's notable translations of Horace's odes.

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The Works of Patrick Branwell Brontē 18371847
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will lift up my eyes once more
24
Alone She paced her ancient Hall
31
Notebooktable of contents
37
I saw her in the crowded Hall
43
The Angrian Hymn
50
Morning
56
Thermopylae
69
Horace Ode XV
286
The Odes of Quintus Horatius Flaccus
299
Ode XXXIVth
330
at Luddenden Church
350
On Landseers painting
362
SONNET IIIWhy dost thou sorrow for the happy dead?
369
NOAHS WARNING OVER METHUSELAHS GRAVE
375
The Triumph of mind over body
390

LinesNow then I am alone
75
Ashworths Hymn
83
Percys Musings upon the Battle of Edwardston
89
Man thinks too often that the ills of life
95
Marys Prayer
107
NowBut a moment let me stay
114
How Eden like seem Palace Halls
120
Song The present days Sorrow
178
An Analogy
194
Even God Lost ship in thy despair
219
DEATH TRIUMPHANT
232
Sir Henry Tunstall
273
THOMAS BEWICK
397
I saw a picture yesterday
403
Poor mourner_sleep I cannot sleep
409
and the weary are at rest
420
Penmaenmawr
467
PENMAENMAWR
473
LETTER FROM A FATHER ON EARTH TO HIS CHILD IN
479
SONNETWhy hold young eyes the fullest fount of tears
486
PERCY HALL
499
Ere old Euphrates willowed waters
511
Index of First Lines and Titles
526
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