Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Women Poets of the Romantic Period
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Robinson, Mary, 1758-1800
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Printed by J. Bell,
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2 v. front. (port.) 20 cm
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Volume I : Ode to the Muse -- Ode to Reflection -- Ode to Envy -- Ode to Health -- Ode to Vanity -- Ode to Melancholy -- Ode to Despair -- Ode to the Nightingale -- Ode on Adversity -- Ode to Beauty -- Ode to Eloquence -- Ode to the Moon -- Ode to Meditation -- Ode to Della Crusca -- Ode to Valour, inscribed to Col. Banastre Tarleton -- Lines to Him who will understand them -- Elegy on the death of Lady Middleton --Elegy to the memory of Richard Boyle, Esq. -- Elegy to the memory of David Garrick, Esq. -- Monody to the memory of Chatterton -- Elegy to the memory of Werter -- Cupid sleeping. Inscribed to her Grace the Dutchess of Devonshire -- To Simplicity. Inscribed to Lady Duncannon -- Absence -- The Faded Bouquet -- Lines inscribed to P. de Loutherbourg, Esq. R. A. --Lines on hearing it declared that no Women were so handsome as the English -- Stanzas to a Friend -- Rinaldo to Laura Maria -- To Rinaldo -- To the Muse of Poetry -- The Adieu to Love -- Stanzas to Flora -- To Cesario -- Echo to Him who complains -- Stanzas -- Lines written on the Sea-Coast -- Stanzas written under an Oak in Windsor Forest -- Stanzas to the Rose -- To the Myrtle -- Stanzas inscribed to Lady William Russel -- Morning -- Life -- Lines to the memory of Richard Boyle, Esq. -- Stanzas to Love -- Oberon to the Queen of the Fairies -- Lines written by the side of a River -- To Leonardo -- The Bee and the Butterfly -- Stanzas to Time -- Canzonet -- The Reply to Time -- Stanzas -- Pastoral Stanzas -- Pastoral Stanzas -- The Origin of Cupid -- Sonnet. Inscribed to Her Grace the Dutchess of Devonshire. -- Sonnet to Amicus -- Sonnet to the memory of Miss Maria Linley -- Sonnet to Evening -- Sonnet to Ingratitude -- Sonnet -- Sonnet to my beloved Daughter -- Sonnet -- Sonnet. The Mariner -- Sonnet -- Sonnet. The Peasant -- Sonnet. Written among the ruins of an ancient Castle in Germany, in the year 1786 -- Sonnet. The Tear -- Sonnet. The Snow-Drop -- Sonnet -- Petrarch to Laura -- Ainsi va le Monde -- Sir Raymond of the Castle -- Lewin and Gynneth -- Volume II : Monody to the Memory of Sir Joshua Reynolds, late President of the Royal Academy 1 -- Elegiac Ode to the Memory of my Father -- Lines to the Memory of my Brother -- Sight. Inscribed to John Taylor, Esq. -- The Maniac -- Ode to Humanity -- Ode to the Harp of Miss Louisa Hanway -- A Fragment, supposed to be written near the Temple, at Paris, on the night before the Murder of Louis XVI. -- Invocation, written on the Recovery of my Daughter from Inoculation, and first published with the signature of Oberon -- The Cavern of Woe -- Stanzas written after successive Nights of melancholy Dreams -- Stanzas -- Stanzas to Julius -- Stanzas written between Dover and Calais -- Stanzas to him who said, "What is Love?" -- The Recantation. To Love -- Anacreontic. To Cupid -- To –––––– -- Marie Antoinette's Lamentation, in her Prison of the Temple -- Anselmo, the Hermit of the Alps -- To Carlos -- Donald and Mary -- The Weeping Willow -- Ode to Night -- Ode to Hope -- Ode to Genius -- To Rapture -- Bosworth Field -- The Pilgrim's Farewell. From the Romance of Vancenza -- Stanzas written on the 14th of February, 1792, to my Valentine -- Stanzas inscribed to a Friend, when confined by severe Indisposition, in March 1793 -- Stanzas to Lisardo -- To Adieu to Fancy. Inscribed to a Friend -- The Moralist -- Stanzas to my beloved Daughter, on seeing her gather some Pensees -- Stanzas to the Author of a celebrated Tragedy -- Stanzas, presented with a Gold Chain Ring -- The Nun's Complaint. From the Romance of Vancenza -- Stanzas -- Reflections -- To him who lamented seeing a beautiful Woman weep -- To –––––– -- To the same -- To the same -- To the same -- Song, inscribed to Maria, my beloved Daughter -- The Snake and the Linnet. A fable -- Impromptu on an antiquated and splenetic Beauty -- Stanzas to the Memory of a Young Lady -- Sonnet to a Rose -- Sonnet written on the Sea-shore -- Sonnet to Anicus -- Sonnet to Independence -- Sonnet to Hope -- Sonnet, written at Sea, in the Month of September 1792 -- Sonnet to Anicus -- Sonnet to Memory -- Sonnet to Fame -- Sonnet to Time -- Stanzas -- To Zephyrus, written in August 1793 -- Solitude -- Stanzas supposed to be written near a Tree, over the Grave of Colonel Bosville, who was killed at Lincelles, in Flanders, in August 1793 -- Lines to Maria, written on her Birth-day -- To Arno -- Stanzas to Fate, in the manner of Sappho -- Evening Meditations on St. Anne's Hill, inscribed to the Right Hon. Charles James Fox -- Sonnet to a Sigh -- Sonnet to a Tear -- Sonnet in the manner of Metastasio -- Sonnet to a Friend who desired to have my Portrait
By Mrs. M. Robinson
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Vol. 2 has imprint: Printed by T. Spilsbury and son, and sold by J. Evans
Engraved frontispiece of Mrs. Robinson. Dedication. List of subscribers (ix-xxiv). 2 volumes bound together with separate pagination. Errata listed for both volumes. Ephemera (letter) enclosed.
Citation : Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 277.
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