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Tables of Contents for The Poems of Shelley
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Note on Illustrations
viii
 
Preface to Volume Two
ix
 
Acknowledgements
xi
 
Chronological Table of Shelley's Life and Publications
xiii
 
Abbreviations
xvi
 
THE POEMS
`Frail clouds arrayed in sunlight lose the glory'
3
7
Jack Donovan
Laon and Cythna
10
256
Jack Donovan
Fragments connected with Laon and Cythna
261
5
Jack Donovan
Rosalind and Helen, a Modern Eclogue
266
41
Ozymandias
307
4
Athanase
311
17
To Constantia (`The red Rose that drinks the fountain dew')
328
2
`arise sweet Mary rise'
330
1
`My head is heavy, my limbs are weary'
330
1
`Serene in his unconquerable might'
330
1
Address to the Human Mind
331
1
`Great Spirit whom the sea of boundless mind'
332
1
`My spirit like a charmed bark doth swim'
333
1
`To thirst and find no fill'
334
1
To Constantia (`Thy voice, slow rising like a Spirit, lingers')
335
3
Translations of the Homeric Hymns
338
1
To Castor and Pollux
339
1
To the Moon
340
1
To the Sun
341
2
To the Earth, Mother of All
343
1
To Minerva
344
1
Hymn to Venus
345
3
Lament for Bion
348
1
To the Nile
349
2
`Now Heaven neglected is by Men'
351
1
`Listen, listen, Mary mine --'
351
1
Mazenghi
352
9
From Virgil's Tenth Eclogue
361
2
From Virgil's Fourth Georgic
363
1
`Heigh ho, wisdom and folly'
364
1
Scene for Tasso
365
4
`Silence; oh well are Death and sleep and thou'
369
2
The Cyclops
371
42
Sonnet (`Lift not the painted veil which those who live')
413
2
`Alas, this is not what I thought life was'
415
2
`One sung of thee who left the tale untold'
417
1
`And the fierce beasts of the world's wildernesses'
418
1
`O Mary dear, that you were here'
419
2
`I am drunk with the honey-wine'
421
1
`Flourishing vine, whose kindling clusters glow'
422
1
`And where is truth? On tombs? for such to thee'
422
1
`Behold, sweet Sister mine, once more descend'
423
1
The Two Spirits. An Allegory
424
3
Lines Written among the Euganean Hills, October, 1818
427
16
`And who feels discord now or sorrow?'
443
1
`O mighty mind, in whose deep stream this age'
444
1
Song for Tasso
445
2
Stanzas written in dejection -- December 1818, near Naples
447
4
`There was a little lawny islet'
451
1
`In the cave which wild weeds cover'
452
1
`Rome has fallen, ye see it lying'
453
1
`Follow to the deep wood, sweetest'
453
1
`How sweet it is to sit and read the tales'
454
1
`Wake the serpent not -- lest he'
454
1
`Hold -- divine image'
455
1
Prometheus Unbound
456
198
Fragments connected with Prometheus Unbound
650
4
`the weeping willows'
654
1
`The cotton poplar's down'
654
1
Julian and Maddalo
655
40
Ralph Pite
`How pale and cold thou art in thy despair'
695
1
Retribution: from Moschus
695
2
Translation of part of Bion's Lament for Adonis
697
4
Misery. -- A Fragment
701
6
Unused stanzas for `Misery. -- A Fragment'
706
1
`The world is dreary'
707
1
`What dost thou here Spirit of glowing life'
708
1
`My dearest Mary, wherefore hast thou gone'
709
1
`Wilt thou forget the happy hours'
710
1
`The babe is at peace within the womb'
711
1
`There is a warm and gentle atmosphere'
711
2
The Cenci
713
151
Michael Rossington
Appendix A: The contents of Shelley's collections of 1819 and 1820
864
1
Appendix B: An Historical Note on the Cenci Story and the Sources of Shelley's Knowledge of it by Michael Rossington
865
11
Index of Titles
876
2
Index of First Lines
878