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Edward Dowden: A Critical Edition of the Complete Poetry$
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Wayne Chapman

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780989082686

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780989082686.001.0001

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Part 2—from Miscellaneous Poems of Later Dates

Part 2—from Miscellaneous Poems of Later Dates

(based on the 1914 Dent edition)

Chapter:
(p.109) Part 2—from Miscellaneous Poems of Later Dates
Source:
Edward Dowden: A Critical Edition of the Complete Poetry
Author(s):
Wayne K. Chapman
Publisher:
Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780989082686.003.0002

This section features Edward Dowden's Miscellaneous Poems of Later Dates (based on the 1914 Dent edition), including At the Oar, The Divining Rod, Salome, Watershed, The Guest, Moriturus, Alone, Fame, Where wert Thou?, A Wish, and The Gift. Also included are Recovery, If It Might Be, Winter Noontide, The Pool, The Desire to Give, A Beech-tree in Winter, Judgment, Dürer's “Melencholia,” Millet's “The Sower,” At Mullion (Cornwall), The Winnower to the Winds (From Joachim de Bellay), Emerson, Sent to an American Shakespeare Society, Nocturne, The Whirligig, Paradise Lost and Found, After Metastasio, The Corn-crake, In the Cathedral, Edgar Allan Poe, Deus Absconditus, Subliminal, Louisa Shore, Flowers from the South of France, Imitated from J. Soulary's “Le Fossoyeur,” Imitated from Goethe's “Ganymede,” Prologue to Maurice Gerothwohl's Version of Vigny's “Chatterton,” and “Alexis and Dora”.

Keywords:   poems, Edward Dowden, The Divining Rod, If It Might Be, The Desire to Give, A Beech-tree in Winter, Paradise Lost and Found, After Metastasio, Deus Absconditus, Flowers from the South of France

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