COVE announcement – Transatlantic Romanticism, 1767-1867

I am delighted to share the news that the editors of Transatlantic Romanticism, 1767-1867 (Longman) have decided to have their entire collection encoded for COVE:

We will be adding this 1,250-page anthology to COVE Studio so that individual titles from the collection will be available to add to your anthologies there, including the head notes. If there are titles you would like to use in the fall, we’d be happy to encode those first so that they can be ready in time for the start of the semester. Simply write to: or; please provide titles from the collection, the course, and the date by which you would need the material, ideally. This material joins the 850-page anthology, British Women Poets of the Romantic Era (Johns Hopkins), that Paula Feldman has generously made available to everyone through COVE, now almost fully encoded and ready for use. You can see the Table of Contents for that collection by clicking on Front Matter here: This wealth of Romantic content will join the very strong collection of Victorian material already available at COVE Studio. The current list of titles is below.

BAVS members have free access to COVE Studio BAVS ( as well as to COVE Editions ( For teaching ideas, see:

Abdy, Maria “An Original Thought”
Abdy, Maria “My Very Particular Friend”
Aikin, Lucy Epistles on Women
Allen-Emerson, Michelle “On Magazine Day”
Anon. “Barbara Allen”
Anon. 「시집살이 노래」 (Marriage Song)
Arnold, Matthew “Dover Beach”
Arnold, Matthew “Preface” to Poems
Arnold, Matthew “The Buried Life” 
Arnold, Matthew Culture and Anarchy (excerpts)
Arnold, Matthew Culture and Anarchy (whole)
Arnold, Matthew “The Function of Criticism at the Present Time”
Auden, W.H.  “In Memory of W.B. Yeats”
Auden, W.H.  “Musée des Beaux Arts”
Auden, W.H.  “September 1, 1939”
Austen, Jane “On a Headache”
Austen, Jane “Verses to Rhyme with ‘Rose’”
Austen, Jane Emma
Austen, Jane Mansfield Park
Austen, Jane Northanger Abbey
Austen, Jane Persuasion
Austen, Jane Pride and Prejudice
Austen, Jane Sense and Sensibility
Baillie, Joanna “Address to a Steam-Vessel”
Baillie, Joanna “Lines to a Teapot”
Baillie, Joanna “Song”
Baillie, Joanna “The Kitten”
Baillie, Joanna “The Maid of Llanwellyn”
Baillie, Joanna “The Sun Is Down”
Baillie, Joanna “Thunder”
Baillie, Joanna “Up! Quit Thy Bower!”
Baillie, Joanna “Wind”
Baillie, Joanna “Woo’d and Married and A’”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “A Summer Evening’s Meditation”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “An Inventory of the Furniture in Dr. Priestley’s Study”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, A Poem
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, a Poem”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Inscription for an Ice-House”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Life”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “On a Lady’s Writing”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Riddle”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “The Baby-House”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “The Mouse’s Petition Found in the Trap where he had been confin’d all Night”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “The Rights of Woman”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “To the Poor”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Tomorrow”
Barbauld, Anne Laetita “Washing-Day”
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth “A Musical Instrument”
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth “A Man’s Requirements”
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Aurora Leigh (Book I excerpts) 
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Aurora Leigh (excerpts) 
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Sonnet 22 [When our Two Souls Stand up Erect and Strong]
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Sonnet 32 [The First Time that the Sun Rose on Thine Oath]
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Sonnet 43 [[How do I love thee? Let me count the ways]
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Sonnets from the Portuguese – sonnets I-XLIII
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth “The Cry of the Children”
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth “The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim’s Point”
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth “To George Sand, A Desire” (1853)
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth “To George Sand, A Recognition” (1853)
Barrington, Pauline “Education”
Bayfield, Mrs. E.-G.  “The Danger of Discontent”
Behn, Aphra “Love Arm’d”
Behn, Aphra “The Disappointment”
Behn, Aphra “The Willing Mistress”
Behn, Aphra Oroonoko
Bennett, Gwendolyn “Heritage”
Bennett, Louise “Colonization in Reverse”
Bentley, Elizabeth “To a Redbreast, That Flew into the House, and Suffered Itself to be Taken by the Hand of the Authoress”
Betham, Matilda “Fragment”
Betham, Matilda “II”
Betham, Matilda “Sonnet”
Betham, Matilda “The Daughter”
Betham, Matilda “To a Llangollen Rose, The Day after It Had Been Given by Miss Ponsonby”
Betham, Matilda “To Miss Rouse Boughton, Now the Right Hon. Lady St. John, Aberystwith, July 5th 1799”
Betham, Matilda VII
Blackmore, R. D.  Lorna Doone
Blake, William “Holy Thursday” (Songs of Experience)
Blake, William “Holy Thursday” (Songs of Innocence)
Blake, William “London”
Blake, William “The Chimney Sweeper” (Songs of Experi
Blake, William “The Chimney Sweeper” (Songs of Innoc
Blake, William “The Little Black Boy”
Blake, William “The Poison Tree”
Blake, William “The Tyger”
Blake, William Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience Selections
Blamire, Susanna “Barley Broth”
Blamire, Susanna “Stoklewath; or, The Cumbrian Village”
Blamire, Susanna “The Chelsea Pensioners”
Blamire, Susanna “The Nabob”
Blamire, Susanna “The Siller Croun”
Blamire, Susanna “What Ails This Heart O’ Mine?”
Blessington, Countess of “Stock in Trade of Modern Poetesses”
Bluwstein, Rachel; Rachel the Poetess רחל המשוררת אֶל אַרְצִי (To my Country)
Bodichon, Barbara Lei Remarks, from A Brief Summary in Plain Language of th
Bodichon, Barbara Lei A Brief Summary in Plain Language (excerpts)
Braddon, Mary Elizab Lady Audley’s Secret
Brontë, Anne Agnes Grey
Brontë, Anne The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Brontë, Charlotte Jane Eyre
Brontë, Emily “No Coward Soul is Mine”
Brontë, Emily “The Prisoner” (1846) 
Brontë, Emily Wuthering Heights
Brooke, Rupert “The Great Lover”
Brooke, Rupert “The Soldier”
Browne, Mary Ann “A World without Water”
Browne, Mary Ann “The Song of the Elements”
Browne, Mary Ann “The Wild Horse”
Browne, Mary Ann “To a Wild Bee”
Browning, Robert “Andrea del Sarto”
Browning, Robert “Caliban Upon Setebos”
Browning, Robert “Fra Lippo Lippi”
Browning, Robert “Love Among the Ruins”
Browning, Robert “My Last Duchess” (1842)
Browning, Robert “Porphyria’s Lover”
Browning, Robert “Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister”
Browning, Robert “The Bishop Orders His Tomb at St. Prax
Browning, Robert Why I Am a Liberal
Byron, George Gordon “Darkness”
Byron, George Gordon “She Walks in Beauty”
Byron, George Gordon Manfred. A Dramatic Poem
Byron, Lady “To Ada”
Camlot, Jason “The First Phonogramic Poem: Conceptions of Genre and Media Format, Circa 1888”
Campbell, Dorothea Primrose  “The Shetland Fisherman”
Candler, Ann “Reflections on My Own Situation, Written in T-tt-ngst-ne House of Industry, February 1802”
Carlyle, Thomas “Captains of Industry,” Past and Present
Carlyle, Thomas “Democracy,” Past and Present
Carlyle, Thomas “Labour,” Past and Present
Carlyle, Thomas Sartor Resartus (1834)
Carpenter, Edward Homogenic Love, excerpt
Carroll, Lewis Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Carroll, Lewis Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There
Carson, Edward Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Opening Speech for the Defense by Edward Carson
Carye, Elizabeth Tragedy of Mariam
Chattopadhyay, Bankimchandra  Rajmohan’s Wife
Chauhan, Subhadra Kumari वीरों का कैसा हो बसंत (What Will Spring Be Like for the Brave?)
Chopin, Kate “The Story of an Hour”
Chopin, Kate The Awakening
Clarke, Sir Edward Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Opening Speech of Sir Edward Clarke
Clough, Arthur Hugh “Amours de Voyage”
Cobbold, Elizabeth “Keswick”
Cobbold, Elizabeth “On the Lake of Windermere”
Cobbold, Elizabeth “The Nurse and the Newspaper; An Occasional Epilogue to a Play Represented for the Benefit of the Ipswich Lying-in Charity”
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor “Frost at Midnight”
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor “Kubla Khan”
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor “Metrical Feet”
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor “The Aeolian Harp”
Coleridge, Sara “Blest Is the Tarn”
Coleridge, Sara “I Tremble When with Look Benign”
Coleridge, Sara “I Was a Brook”
Coleridge, Sara “Milk-White Doe”
Coleridge, Sara “Poppies”
Coleridge, Sara “The Captive Bird with Ardour Sings”
Collins, Wilkie Poor Miss Finch
Collins, Wilkie The Moonstone
Collins, Wilkie The Woman in White 
Conrad, Joseph Heart of Darkness 
Cowley, Hannah “Invocation”
Cowley, Hannah “Monologue”
Cowper, William “The Castaway”
Craik, Dinah “The Half-Caste”
Cristall, Ann Batten “A Song of Arla Written during her Enthusiasm”
Cristall, Ann Batten “An Ode”
Cristall, Ann Batten “Song on Leaving the Country”
Cristall, Ann Batten “Songs of Arla”
Cristall, Ann Batten “To a Lady”
Cristall, Ann Batten “Verses Written in the Spring”
Cristall, Ann Batten “Written in Devonshire”
Cullen, Countee “Heritage”
Cullen, Countee “Youth Sings a Song of Rosebud”
Darwin, Charles The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Excerpts
Dickens, Charles An Appeal to Fallen Women
Dickens, Charles The Author’s Preface to the Third Edition of Oliver Twist
Dickens, Charles “A Walk in a Workhouse”
Dickens, Charles A Christmas Carol
Dickens, Charles Bleak House
Dickens, Charles David Copperfield
Dickens, Charles “Gin Shops” from Sketches by Boz
Dickens, Charles Great Expectations
Dickens, Charles Hard Times
Dickens, Charles “The Pawnbroker’s Shop” from Sketches by Boz
Dixon, Ella Hepworth Story of a Modern Woman
Donne, John [Batter My Heart, three person’d God; fo
Donne, John The Sunne Rising
Dorset, Catherine Ann “The Humble Bee”
Dorset, Catherine Ann “To the Lady-Bird”
Douglas, Lord Alfred “In Praise of Shame”
Douglas, Lord Alfred “Two Loves”
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan “A Scandal in Bohemia”
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan “His Last Bow” (forthcoming)
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan “The Adventure of the Dying Detective” (forthcoming)
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan “The Adventure of the Empty House” (forthcoming)
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan “The Hound of the Baskervilles”
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” (forthcoming)
Dutt, Michael Madhu “Sonnets” (assorted)
Edgeworth, Maria “Laura Leicester”
Edgeworth, Maria “On Chauntry’s Statue”
Edgeworth, Maria “To Mrs. Carr”
Edgeworth, Maria “With a Dyed Silk Quilt”
Egerton, George “A Cross Line”
Eliot, George “Silly Novels by Lady Novelists”
Eliot, George Adam Bede
Eliot, George Middlemarch
Eliot, George The Mill on the Floss
Eliot, T.S. “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Ellis, Havelock Excerpt from Studies in the Psychology of Sex
Elton, Charles “Luriana Lurilee”
Evance, Susan “Sonnet to a Violet”
Evance, Susan “Sonnet to Melancholy”
Evance, Susan “Sonnet to the Clouds”
Evance, Susan “Sonnet Written in a Ruinous Abbey”
Evance, Susan “Written During a Storm of Wind”
Fanshawe, Catherine Maria “A Riddle”
Fanshawe, Catherine Maria “Fragment in Imitation of Wordsworth”
Feldman, Paula Ann Batten Cristall
Feldman, Paula Ann Candler (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Anna Letitia Barbauld (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Catherine Ann Dorset
Feldman, Paula Countess of Blessington (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Dorothea Primrose Campbell (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Elizabeth Bentley (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Elizabeth Cobbold
Feldman, Paula Hannah Cowley
Feldman, Paula Maria Abdy (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Lucy Aikin (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Jane Austen (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Joanna Baillie (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Mrs. E.-G. Bayfield (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Matilda Betham (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Susanna Blamire (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Mary Ann Browne (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Lady Byron (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Sara Colegridge (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Maria Edgeworth (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Susan Evance (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Cathering Maria Fanshawe (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Anne Grant (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Elizabeth Hands (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Mary Hays (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Felicia Hemans (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Mary Howitt (headnote)
Feldman, Paula Anna Maria Jones
Feldman, Paula Lady Caroline Lamb
Feldman, Paula Letitia Elizabeth Landon (headnote)
Field, Michael “A Cradle Song”
Field, Michael “After Annointing”
Field, Michael “A Pen Drawing of Leda”
Field, Michael “Come, Gorgo”
Field, Michael “Fading”
Field, Michael “The Poet”
Field, Michael “Unbosoming”
Field, Michael Whym Chow: Flame of Love.
Forster, E.M. A Room with a View
Foucault, Michel Introduction to The History of Sexuality
Frost, Robert “Acquainted with the Night”
Gaskell, Elizabeth Mary Barton
Gaskell, Elizabeth North and South
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins “The Yellow Wallpaper”
Grand, Sarah “The New Aspect of the Woman Question”
Grant, Anne “Postscript”
Grimm, Brothers “The Fisherman and his Wife”
Gunning, Susannah Barford Abbey
Haggard, H. Rider She
Hands, Elizabeth “A Poem on the Supposition of an Advertisement”
Hands, Elizabeth “A Poem on the Supposition of the Book”
Hands, Elizabeth “A Song”
Hands, Elizabeth “On a Wedding”
Hands, Elizabeth “The Widower’s Courtship”
Hands, Elizabeth “Written, Originally Extempore”
Hardy, Thomas “And There was a Great Calm”   
Hardy, Thomas “Hap”   
Hardy, Thomas “He Wonders About Himself”
Hardy, Thomas “The Convergence of the Twain”         
Hardy, Thomas “The Darkling Thrush”  
Hardy, Thomas “The Man He Killed”
Hardy, Thomas “The Ruined Maid”
Hardy, Thomas Tess of the d’Urbervilles
Harrison, Antony H. & Kooistra, Lorraine Janzen EDITIONS-A Brief Biography of Christina Georgina Rossetti
Hays, Mary “Invocation to a Nightingale”
Hays, Mary “Ode to her Bullfinch”
Haywood, Eliza Fantomina
Heaney, Seamus “Mid-Term Break”
Helsinger, Elizabeth BRANCH-Lyric Poetry and the Event of Poems, 1870
Helsinger, Elizabeth EDITIONS-The Sonnet and the Sequence
Hemans, Felicia “A Monarch’s Death-Bed”
Hemans, Felicia “Arabella Stuart”
Hemans, Felicia “Bring Flowers”
Hemans, Felicia “Casabianca”
Hemans, Felicia “Epitaph on Mr. W—”
Hemans, Felicia “Epitaph on the Hammer”
Hemans, Felicia “Gertrude”
Hemans, Felicia “I Dream of All Things Free”
Hemans, Felicia “Indian Woman’s Death-Song”     
Hemans, Felicia “Indian Woman’s Death-Song” 
Hemans, Felicia “The Coronation of Inez de Castro”
Hemans, Felicia “The Dreamer”
Hemans, Felicia “The Graves of a Household”
Hemans, Felicia “The Image in Lava”
Hemans, Felicia “The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers”
Hemans, Felicia “The Messenger Bird”
Hemans, Felicia “The Painter’s Last Work”
Hemans, Felicia “The Return”
Hemans, Felicia “The Voice of Spring”
Hemans, Felicia “The Wings of the Dove”
Hemans, Felicia “Troubadour Song”
Herrick, Robert “Delight in Disorder”
Hood, Thomas “The Song of the Shirt”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “Binsey Poplars”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “Spring and Fall”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “Spring”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “The Starlight Night”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “The Wreck of the Deutschland”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “As Kingfishers Catch Fire”
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “God’s Grandeur” (1877)
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “Pied Beauty” 
Hopkins, Gerard Manley “The Windhover”
Horne, Richard H.  “Household Christmas Carols”
Housman, Clemence The Were Wolf
Howitt, Mary “A Swinging Song”
Howitt, Mary “Old Christmas”
Howitt, Mary “The Broom-Flower
Howitt, Mary “The Countess Lamberti”
Howitt, Mary “The Fairies of the Caldon Low”
Howitt, Mary “The Nettle-King”
Howitt, Mary “The Sea-Gull”
Howitt, Mary “The Spider and the Fly”
Howitt, Mary “The Voyage with the Nautilus”
Howitt, Mary “Tibbie Inglis”
Hughes, Langston “Harlem”
Hughes, Langston “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”
Hurston, Zora Neale Characteristics of Negro Expression
Johnson, James Weldon “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing”
Johnston, Ellen “Kennedy’s Factory For Ever”
Jones, Anna Maria “Sonnet to the Moon”
Joyce, James “Araby”
Joyce, James “Eveline”
Joyce, James “The Dead”
Keats, John “La belle dame sans merci”
Keats, John “Ode on a Grecian Urn”
Keats, John “Ode on Indolence”
Keats, John “Ode On Melancholy”
Keats, John “Ode to a Nightingale”
Keats, John “Ode to Psyche”  
Keats, John “On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer”
Keats, John “On Seeing the Elgin Marbles for the Firs
Keats, John “The Eve of St. Agnes”
Keats, John “To Autumn”      
Keats, John [If by dull rhymes our English must be ch
Kipling, Rudyard “If”
Kipling, Rudyard “The Man Who Would Be King”
Kipling, Rudyard “The Story of Muhammed Din”
Kipling, Rudyard “The White Man’s Burden” 
Kirby, Mary “A Little About Caste”
Kirby, Mary “Going to School in India”
Kirby, Mary and Elizabeth The World at Home
Kitto, John “Mary”
Kyd, Thomas The Spanish Tragedy
Lamb, Lady Caroline “Invocation to Sleep”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Carrick-a-Rede, Ireland”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Felicia Hemans”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Fountain’s Abbey”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Hannibal’s Oath”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Home”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Lines of Life”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Marius at the Ruins of Carthage”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “On Wordsworth’s Cottage, Near Grasm
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “Stanzas on the Death of Mrs. Hemans”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “The Altered River”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “The Improvisatrice”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “The Oak”
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth “The Unknown Grave”
Lane, Christopher “On the Victorian Afterlife of the 1781 Sunday Observance Act”
Larsen, Nella Passing
Le Fanu, J. Sheridan “Stange Adventure in the Life of Schalke
Leadbeater, Mary “Lines Written in a Bower”
Leigh, Helen “The Linnet”
Leigh, Helen “The Natural Child”
Leigh, Helen “The Revenge”
Lermontov, Mikhail Yuryevich (Лермонтов, Михаил Юрьевич) Парус (The Sail)
Levy, Amy “A Minor Poet”
Levy, Amy “A Wall Flower”
Levy, Amy “Ballade of the Omnibus”
Levy, Amy Romance of a Shop
Levy, Amy The Diary of a Plain Girl
Lickbarrow, Isabella “Colin”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “Lady Hamilton”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “Lines on the Comet”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “Lines Written on the Banks of the Eden”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “Lucy”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “On Sleep”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “On the Fate of Newspapers”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “On the Sprint at Garnet Bridge”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “The Mountain Flower”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “The Nun’s Soliloquy”
Lickbarrow, Isabella “The Widow”
Ligon, Richard A True and Exact History of the Island of
Lindsay, Lady Anne “Auld Robin Gray”
Lindsay, Lady Anne “The Highland Storm”
Little, Janet “Another Epistle to Nell”
Little, Janet “Given to a Lady”
Little, Janet “To My Aunty”
Little, Janet “On Reading Lady Mary Montague”
Little, Janet “On Seeing Mr. ———”
Little, Janet “The Month’s Love”
Little, Janet “To a Lady Who Sent”
Little, Janet “To the Public”
Logan, Maria “To Opium”
Logan, Maria “Verses on Hearing”
Loy, Mina Parturition
Mallarmé, Stéphane Ses purs ongles très-haut …
Mansfield, Katherine “Bliss”
Mansfield, Katherine “The Garden Party”
Mansfield, Katherine The Voyage
Massey, Gerald “A Song in the City”
Massey, Gerald “Angel in the House”
Massey, Gerald “Womankind”
Matthews, John “Bath, an Adumbration in Rhyme”
Mayhew, Henry “Hindoo Beggar”   
Mayhew, Henry “The Watercress Girl”
Mayhew, Henry “Watercress Girl” and “Hindoo Beggar”
McKay, Claude “The Harlem Dancer”
Meade, L. T.  A Sweet Girl Graduate
Menke, Richard The End of the Three-Volume Novel System, 27 June 1894
Meredith, George “Lucifer in Starlight”
Meredith, George Modern Love
Meynell, Alice “The Threshing Machine” 
Milne, Christian “On a Lady, Who Spoke”
Milne, Christian “Sent with a Flower Pot”
Milne, Christian “Song”
Milne, Christian “To a Gentleman, Desirous”
Milne, Christian “To a Lady, Who Did Me”
Milton, John Paradise Lost (excerpts)
Mitford, Mary Russell “To Mr. Lucas”
Mitford, Mary Russell “Winter Scenery”
Moody, Elizabeth “The Housewife”
Moody, Elizabeth “To Dr. Darwin”
Moody, Elizabeth “To Sleep, A Song”
More, Hannah “The Black Slave Trade”
Morley, Countess of “A Party of Pleasure”
Morley, Countess of “Epilogue”
Morris, William “How I Became a Socialist”
Morris, William Concerning Geffray Teste Noire
Mukharji, T.N. A Visit to Europe Excerpts
Nairne, Carolina Baroness “Caller Herrin’”
Nairne, Carolina Baroness “John Tod”
Nairne, Carolina Baroness “The Laird o’ Cockpen”
Nairne, Carolina Baroness “The Land o’ the Leal”
Nairne, Carolina Baroness “The Lass o’ Gowrie”
Newman, Pace, Koenig-Woodyard “Anna Laetitia Barbauld” (headnote)
Newton, John “Amazing Grace”
Nichols, Grace “The Fat Black Woman Goes Shopping”
Nightingale, Florence Cassandra, excerpt
North, William The City of Jugglers; Or, Free Trade in So
Norton, Caroline “I Do Not Love Thee”
Norton, Caroline “The Arab’s Farewell to His Horse”
Norton, Caroline “The Faithless Knight”
Norton, Caroline “We Have Been Friends Together”
O’Neill, Henrietta “Ode to the Poppy”
Opie, Amelia “Allen Brooke, of Windermere”
Opie, Amelia “An Evening Walk at Cromer”
Opie, Amelia “Ode: Written on the Opening of the Last Campaign”
Opie, Amelia “Stanzas Written under Aeolus’s Harp”
Opie, Amelia “The Despairing Wanderer”
Opie, Amelia Song (“Go, youth beloved”)
Opie, Amelia Song (“I know you false”)
Owen, Wilfred “Anthem for Doomed Youth”
Owen, Wilfred “Disabled”
Owen, Wilfred “Dulce Et Decorum Est”
Owen, Wilfred “Mental Cases”
Owen, Wilfred “Strange Meeting”
Pagan, Isabel “A Letter” 
Pagan, Isabel “A Love Letter”
Pagan, Isabel “A New Love Song, with the Answer”
Pagan, Isabel “Account of the Author’s Lifetime”
Pagan, Isabel “Ca’ the Ewes”
Pagan, Isabel “Muirkirk Light Weights”
Pagan, Isabel “On Burns and Ramsay”
Pagan, Isabel “The Answer”
Pagan, Isabel “The Crook and Plaid”
Pagan, Isabel “The Spinning Wheel”
Pater, Walter “Conclusion” to The Renaissance
Pater, Walter “Leondardo da Vinci” from The Renaissance
Pater, Walter “Preface” to The Renaissance
Pater, Walter A Novel by Mr. Oscar Wilde
Patmore, Coventry “Prologue,” Angel in the House
Patmore, Coventry Angel in the House, Books 3-4
Patmore, Coventry The Angel in the House, Book 1
Patmore, Coventry Angel in the House, Book 2
Patmore, Coventry Faithful Forever
Petrarca, Francesco “Benedetto sia ‘l giorno”
Powers, Horatio Nelson “The Phonograph’s Salutation” (poem alone)
Powers, Horatio Nelson “The Phonograph’s Salutation” (with Camlot intro)
Proctor, Adelaide “Homeless”
Radcliffe, Ann “A Second View of the Seven Mountains”
Radcliffe, Ann “On a First View of the Group Called the Seven Mountains”
Radcliffe, Ann “Rondeau”
Radcliffe, Ann “Shakespeare’s Cliff”
Radcliffe, Ann “Song of a Spirit”
Radcliffe, Ann “Storied Sonnet”
Radcliffe, Ann “Sunset”
Radcliffe, Ann “The First Hour of Morning”
Radcliffe, Ann “The Sea-Mew”
Radcliffe, Ann “The Sea-Nymph”
Radcliffe, Ann “To Melancholy”
Radcliffe, Ann “To the Nightingale”
Radcliffe, Ann “To the River Dove”
Radcliffe, Ann Sonnet (“Now the bat circles”)
Riddell, Charlotte The Race for Wealth
Rilke, Rainer Maria Voller Apfel, Birne und Banane
Roberts, Emma Song (“Upon the Ganges’ regal stream”)
Robinson, Mary “January, 1795”
Robinson, Mary “London’s Summer Morning”
Robinson, Mary “Marie Antoinette’s Lamentation”
Robinson, Mary “Second Ode to the Nightingale”
Robinson, Mary “Stanzas Written After Successive Nights”
Robinson, Mary “The Alien Boy”
Robinson, Mary “The Camp”
Robinson, Mary “The Haunted Beach”
Robinson, Mary “The Lady of the Black Tower”
Robinson, Mary “The Lascar”
Robinson, Mary “The Linnet’s Petition”
Robinson, Mary “The Maniac”
Robinson, Mary “The Negro Girl”
Robinson, Mary “The Poet’s Garret”
Robinson, Mary “To the Poet Coleridge”
Rosenberg, Isaac “Dead Man’s Dump”
Rosenberg, Isaac “Returning, We Hear the Larks”
Ross, Ellen Edith Alice Violet Keith (forthcoming)
Rossetti, Christina “In The Round Tower At Jhansi”
Rossetti, Christina “[Sonnets are Full of Love]”
Rossetti, Christina “After Death” (1849)
Rossetti, Christina “Dead Before Death” (1854)
Rossetti, Christina “Goblin Market”
Rossetti, Christina “In an Artist’s Studio”
Rossetti, Christina “Uphill” 
Rossetti, Christina “Winter My Secret” 
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel “Body’s Beauty,” Sonnet 78 of The House of Life
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel “The Portrait,” Sonnet 10 of The House of Life
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel “A Sonnet in a Moment’s Monument”
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel “Jenny”
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel “The Blessed Damozel”
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel House of Life (forthcoming)
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques The Confessions (excerpts), forthcoming
Ruskin, John Lecture II. Lillies. Of Queen’s Gardens (from Sesame and Lilies)
Rymer, James Malcolm A Mystery in Scarlett (no. 1)
Said, Edward Orientalism Introduction
Sassoon, Siegfried “Everyone Sang”
Sassoon, Siegfried “Glory of Women”
Sassoon, Siegfried “Repression of War Experience”
Sassoon, Siegfried “Survivors”
Sassoon, Siegfried “The Rear-Guard”
Sassoon, Siegfried “They”
Seacole, Mary Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in
Seward, Anna “Sonnet IV. To Honora Sneyd”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet LXVII. On Doctor Johnson’s Unjust Criticisms”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet LXVIII. On the Posthumous Fame of Doctor Johnson”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet LXXI. To the Poppy”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet LXXXI. On a Lock of Miss Sarah Seward’s Hair”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet X. To Honora Sneyd”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet XIX. To ———”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet XV. Written on Rising Ground”
Seward, Anna “Sonnet XVIII. An Evening in November”
Seward, Anna Sonnet VII (“By Derwent’s rapid stream”)
Seward, Anna Sonnet XCV (“On the damp margin”)
Shakespeare, William Hamlet
Shakespeare, William Henry V
Shakespeare, William Macbeth (forthcoming)
Shakespeare, William The Merchant of Venice (forthcoming)
Shakespeare, William “Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Min
Shakespeare, William Sonnet 18 [Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?]
Shakespeare, William Sonnet 20 [A woman’s face with Nature’s own hand painted]
Shakespeare, William Sonnet 26 [Lord of my love, to whom in vassalage]
Shakespeare, William Sonnet 98 [From you have I been absent in the spring]
Shakespeare, William Sonnet 142 [Love is my sin, and thy dear virtue hate]
Shakespeare, William Sonnet 143 [ [Lo, as a careful huswife runs to catch]
Shakespeare, William The Tempest
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Stanzas (“O, come to me in dreams”)
Shelley, Percy Bysshe “England in 1819”
Shelley, Percy Bysshe “Ode to the West Wind”
Shelley, Percy Bysshe “Ozymandias”
Shelley, Percy Bysshe “Ozymandias”; “England in 1819”; “Ode to the West Wind”; “To Wordsworth”
Shelley, Percy Bysshe “To Wordsworth”
Shelley, Percy Bysshe Mont Blanc
Shelley, Percy Bysshe The Cenci
Sheridan, Richard The Rivals
Siddall, Elizabeth “The Lust of the Eyes”  
Smith, Charlotte “Beachy Head”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet I. The Partial Muse”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet II. Written at the Close of Spring”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet III. To a Nightingale”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet IV. To the Moon”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet LXVII. On Passing Over a Dreary Tract of Country”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet LXX. On Being Cautioned Against Walking”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet V. To the South Downs”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet VII. On the Departure of the Nightingale”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet VIII. To Spring”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet XLIV. Written in the Church-Yard”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet XXI. Supposed to be Written by Werter”
Smith, Charlotte “Sonnet XXXIX. To Night”
Smith, Charlotte “The Swallow”
Smith, Zadie “The Waiter’s Wife”
Soyinka, Wole “Telephone Conversation”
Stephen, Leslie “An Agnostic’s Apology”
Stevenson, Robert Lo The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. H
Stoker, Bram “Our New House”
Stoker, Bram Dracula (Part 1 of 2), forthcoming
Strickland, Agnes “The Earthquake of Callao”
Strickland, Agnes “The Enfranchised”
Strickland, Agnes “The Self-Devoted”
Strickland, Agnes “To the Spirit of Dreams”
Swift, Jonathan “The Lady’s Dressing Room”
Swinburne, Algernon C “The Leper”
Symons, Arthur “The Blind Beggar”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “A Pair”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “Recreation”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “The Cow and the Ass”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “The Little Bird’s Complaint to His Mistress”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “The Mistress’s Reply to Her Little Bird”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “The Squire’s Pew”
Taylor, Ann and Jane “The Star”
Taylor, Ann and Jane from “Philip—a Fragment”
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “The Charge of the Light Brigade”
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “Break, Break, Break”
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “Crossing the Bar” (1889)
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “Mariana”
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “The Coming of Arthur” (from Idylls of th
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “The Lady of Shalott” (1832 & 1842)
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “Ulysses” (1833)
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 1, The Coming of Arthur
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 10, The Last Tournament
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 11, Guinevere
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 12, The Passing of Arthur
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 2, Gareth and Lynette
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 3, The Marriage of Geraint
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 4, Geraint and Enid
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 5, Balin and Balan
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 6, Merlin and Vivien
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 7, Lancelot and Elaine
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 8, The Holy Grail
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, 9, Pelleas and Ettarre
Tennyson, Alfred Lord Idylls of the King, Dedication
Tennyson, Alfred Lord “In Memorium A.H.H.” (selections)
Thackeray, William M Catherine
Thomas, Dylan “Do Not Go Gentle Into that Good Night”
Thomas, Dylan “Fern Hill”
Thompson, Sir Henry “Under Chloroform”   
Tighe, Mary “Address to My Harp”
Tighe, Mary “On Receiving a Branch of Mezereon”
Tighe, Mary “Written at Scarborough”
Tighe, Mary from Psyche
Tighe, Mary Sonnet (“‘Tis past the cruel anguish”)
Tighe, Mary Sonnet (“As one who late hath lost a friend”)
Tighe, Mary Sonnet, March 1791
Tonna, Charlotte Elizabeth from Osric
Tonna, Charlotte Elizabeth The Happy Mute; Or The Dumb Child’s Appeal
Toomer, Jean Cane
Trefusis, Elizabeth “Aurora”
Trefusis, Elizabeth “The Quarrel”
Trollope, Anthony Autobiography (chapter 12)
Trollope, Anthony The Way We Live Now (1875)
Walcott, Derek “A Far Cry from Africa”
Webster, Augusta “A Castaway”
Webster, John “The Duchess of Malfi”
Wells, H.G. Zoological Regression
West, Jane “On the Sonnet of Mrs. Charlotte Smith”
West, Jane “Sonnet to May”
Whitman, Walt “Mannahatta”
Whitman, Walt “O Captain, My Captain”
Wilde Reviews “Letter from a London Editor”
Wilde Reviews “Mr. Oscar Wilde Again”
Wilde Reviews “Mr. Oscar Wilde’s Defence”
Wilde Reviews “Mr. Oscar Wilde’s Defence” 2
Wilde Reviews “Mr. Wilde’s Bad Case”
Wilde Reviews “Oscar Wilde’s Reply Dorian Gray”
Wilde Reviews “Punch On Dorian Gray”
Wilde Reviews A Study in Puppydom
Wilde Reviews The Daily Chronicle on Dorian Gray
Wilde, Oscar  “De Profundis”
Wilde, Oscar  “English Poetesses”
Wilde, Oscar  “Impressions of America”
Wilde, Oscar  “Lord Arthur Savile’s Crimes”
Wilde, Oscar  “Preface” to The Picture of Dorian Gray
Wilde, Oscar  “The Ballad of Reading Gaol”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Canterville Ghost”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Decay of Lying”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Gospel According to Walt Whitman
Wilde, Oscar  “The Grave of Keats”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Grave of Shelley”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Model Millionaire”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Portrait of Mr W.H.”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Soul of Man Under Socialism”
Wilde, Oscar  “The Sphinx without a Secret”
Wilde, Oscar  “To Milton”
Wilde, Oscar  An  Ideal Husband
Wilde, Oscar  Impressions – “Le Jardin”
Wilde, Oscar  Letter from Reading Prison
Wilde, Oscar  Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Testimony of Oscar Wilde On Cross Examination
Wilde, Oscar  Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Testimony of Oscar Wilde On Cross Examination (Literary Part)
Wilde, Oscar  Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Testimony of Oscar Wilde On Direct Examination
Wilde, Oscar  Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Withdrawl of Prosecution
Wilde, Oscar  Salomé: A Tragedy in One Act
Wilde, Oscar  Testimony of Oscar Wilde (Criminal Trial)
Wilde, Oscar  The Critic as Artist Excerpts
Wilde, Oscar  The Importance of Being Earnest
Wilde, Oscar  The Picture of Dorian Gray
Williams, Helen Maria “Elegy on a Young Thrush”
Williams, Helen Maria “Hymn, Written among the Alps”
Williams, Helen Maria “Sonnet to the Curlew”
Williams, Helen Maria “Sonnet to the Moon”
Williams, Helen Maria “Sonnet to the Torid Zone”
Williams, Helen Maria “Sonnet to the White-Bird of the Tropic”
Williams, Helen Maria “Sonnet to Twilight”
Williams, Helen Maria “To a Friend, Who Sent Me Flowers”
Williams, Helen Maria “To Dr. Moore”
Williams, Helen Maria “To James Forbes, Esq.”
Williams, Helen Maria A Song (“No riches from his scanty store”)
Williams, Helen Maria from “An Epistle to Dr. Moore”
Williams, Helen Maria from A Farewell
Williams, Helen Maria from Peru
Wollestonecraft, Mary A Vindication of the Rights of Women (e
Woolf, Virginia Mrs. Dalloway
Woolf, Virginia Orlando
Woolf, Virginia A Room of One’s Own
Woolf, Virginia To the Lighthouse
Wordsworth, Dorothy “An Address to a Child”
Wordsworth, Dorothy Journals, 1802, excerpt on daffodils
Wordsworth, William “Composed upon Westminster Bridge, S
Wordsworth, William “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”
Wordsworth, William “London, 1802”
Wordsworth, William “Michael”
Wordsworth, William “My Heart Leaps Up”
Wordsworth, Dorothy “To My Niece Dorothy”
Wordsworth, William “Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Rec
Wordsworth, William “Preface to Lyrical Ballads”
Wordsworth, William The Prelude 
Wordsworth, William Prospectus to the Excursion
Wordsworth, William “Simon Lee”
Wordsworth, William “The Thorn”
Wordsworth, William “The world is too much with us”
Wordsworth, William “Toussaint Louverture”
Wordsworth, William “Tintern Abbey” (1798)
Wordsworth, William “We are Seven” (1798)
Wortley, Lady Mary “The Reasons that Induced Dr. S. to Write The Lady’s Dressing Room”
Wright, Sidney Oscar Wilde Libel Trial: Testimony of Sidney Wright, Porter at the Albemarle Club
Yearsley, Ann “Anarchy”
Yearsley, Ann “Peace”
Yearsley, Ann “Soliloquy”
Yearsley, Ann “The Captive Linnet”
Yeats, William Butler “An Irish Airman Foresees His Death” 
Yeats, William Butler “Leda and the Swan”
Yeats, William Butler “The Second Coming”
Yonge, Charlotte Little Lucy’s Wonderful Globe
Young, Mary Julia “An Ode to Fancy”
Young, Mary Julia “Sonnet to Dreams”
Young, Mary Julia “To a Friend
Young, Mary Julia “To Miss_____”

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