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Edition Dates and Tables of Contents
1st
1962
Vol 1
Vol 2
2nd
1968
Vol 1
Vol 2
3rd
1974
Vol 1
Vol 2
4th
1979
Vol 1
Vol 2
5th
1986
Vol 1
Vol 2
6th
1993
Vol 1
Vol 2
7th: 2000
Vol 1
Vol 2

* indicates a selection that is not included in the online archive due to copyright

Author Title First Appeared Dropped After Added Again Last Appeared
Barbauld, Anna Letitia Life 6     7
Blake, William On Another’s Sorrow 1     1
*Song (“How Sweet I Roamed from Field to Field”) 1     4
*America: A Prophecy 4 4 7 7
*Morning 1     4
*To Spring 5     7
*To Autumn 5     7
*To the Evening Star 1     7
*For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise 2     3
*Prologue: Mutual Forgiveness of Each Vice 2     2
*Epilogue: To the Accuser who is the God of this World 2     2
*Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion 3     3
*Invocation 3     3
*The Waking of Albion 3     3
*Songs of Innocence 4     NA
*Laughing Song 4     5
*Song (“Memory, hither come”) 1     6
*Mad Song 2     6
*To the Muses 1     6
*The Mental Traveller 3     6
*Blake’s Notebook 1     NA
*Morning 1     4
  Apocalyptic Expectations by Preachers and Poets 7     7
Elhanan Winchester: From The Three Woe-Trumpets 7     7
Joseph Priestly: From The Present State of Europe Compared with Antient Prophecies 7     7
*William Blake: from The French Revolution 7     7
*William Blake: from America: A Prophecy 7     7
Robert Southey: from Joan of Arc: An Epic Poem 7     7
*William Wordsworth: from Descriptive Sketches 7     7
*William Wordsworth: from The Excursion 7     7
Samuel Taylor Coleridge: from Religious Musings 7     7
*Percy Bysshe Shelley: from Queen Mab: A Philosophical Poem 7     7
Burns, Robert Corn Rigs an’ Barley Rigs 1     3
Willie Brewed a Peck o’ Maut 1     3
Ae fond kiss 1     6
Ye flowery banks 1     6
Wollstonecraft, Mary *Letters Written during Short Residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark 4     4
*Letter III (Social Conditions in Sweden) 4     4
*Letter XV (The Cascade Near Fredericstadt) 4     4
Wordsworth, William A Poet!—He Hath Put His Heart to School 1     1
To My Sister 1     3
The Green Linnet 1     3
Composed in a Valley Near Dover, on the Day of Landing 1     3
Composed by the Side of Grasmere Lake 2     3
Afterthought 1     3
Yew Trees 1     4
*The Two-Part Prelude 3     4
The Two April Mornings 4     7
*Prospectus to The Recluse  1     7
*The Prelude 1     NA
*Book Third. Residence at Cambridge 1     NA
*[Experiences at St. John's College. The “Heroic Argument”] 5     7
*Book Fourth. Summer Vacation 1     NA
*[“The Surface of Past Time.”] 5     7
*Book Eighth. Retrospect, Love of Nature leading to Love of Man 1     NA
*[Man Still Subordinate to Nature] 5     7
*Book Twelfth. Imagination and Taste, how impaired and restored 1     7
*Book Thirteenth. Subject concluded 1     NA
*[Return to “Life's Familiar Face”] 5     7
*Book Fourteenth. Conclusion 377 1     NA
*[Fear vs. Love Resolved. Imagination.] 5     7
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor What is Life? 2     3
Limbo 3     3
Phantom or Fact 1     3
Sonnet to the River Otter 3     4
On Donne’s Poetry 1     7
Work Without Hope 1     7
Recollections of Love 1     6
Constancy to an Ideal Object 1     6
Biographia Literaria 1     NA
Chapter 1 1     7
“The discipline of his taste at school” 1     7
“Bowles’s sonnets” 1     7
“Comparison between the poets before and since Mr. Pope” 1     7
Lamb, Charles A Letter to Wordsworth 2     2
New Year’s Eve 1     3
An Artificial Comedy of the Last Century 1     3
Witches, and Other Night Fears 4     4
The Two Races of Men 2     6
Hazlitt, William On Shakespeare and Milton 1     3
The Fight 1     3
On Going a Journey 4     4
from Mr. Wordsworth 4     6
Scott, Sir Walter Coronach 1     1
The Heart of Midlothian 7     7
Chapter I. Being Introductory 7     7
Lochinvar 6     7
Jock of Hazeldean 1     7
The Two Drovers 6     6
The Dreary Change 2     6
Lucy Ashton’s Song 6     6
Clare, John *Little Trotty Wagtail 1     1
De Quincey, Thomas On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts. Second Paper 1     1
The English Mail Coach 1     3
II. The Vision of Sudden Death 1     3
III. Dream-Fugue Founded on the Preceding Theme of Sudden Death 1     3
Byron, Lord (George Gordon) *Don Juan 1     6
*Canto XVI 3     6
*Stanzas to the Po 2     4
*When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home 1     7
*Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage 1     NA
*Canto IV 1     7
*[Venice] 1     7
*[“Farewell!”] 1     7
*To Leigh Hunt (Sept.– Oct. 30, 1815) 6     7
*To John Cam Hobhouse and Douglas Kinnaird (Jan. 19, 1819) 6     7
*The Vision of Judgment 2     6
Shelley, Percy Bysshe Music, When Soft Voices Die 1     1
*The Indian Serenade 1     7
The Tower of Famine 2     2
A Lament 1     2
*Sonnet: “Lift not the painted veil which those who live” 1     3
*The Two Spirits: An Allegory 2     3
*When Passion’s Trance is Overpast 1     3
*Memory 3     3
*Julian and Maddalo 4     4
*The Flower That Smiles Today 5     7
*Choruses from Hellas  1     7
*“Worlds on Worlds” 1     7
*“The World’s Great Age” 1     6
*A Dirge 1     7
*Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici 2     7
*Alastor; or, the Spirit of Solitude 3     6
*Stanzas Written in Dejection — December 1818, near Naples 1     6
*O World, O Life, O Time 3     6
*To Jane. The Invitation 1     6
*Song of Apollo 3     6
*The Triumph of Life 2     6
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft *Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus 7     7
*Introduction to Frankenstein  4     6
*Transformation 4     6
Keats, John Endymion: A Poetic Romance 1     NA
Book 4: O Sorrow 1     1
In Drear-Nighted December 1     3
On the Sonnet 1     3
*On the Sea 2     4
*If by Dull Rhymes Our English Must Be Chain’d 4     4
Darley, George Over Hills and Uplands High 1     1
The Phoenix 1     6
It is not Beauty I demand 2     6
The Mermaidens’ Vesper Hymn 1     6
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell *Threnody 1     1
*Song of the Stygian Naiades 2     3
*Song (“How many times do I love thee, dear?”) 1     6
*Song (“Old Adam, the carrion crow”) 1     6
*The Phantom Wooer 1     6
Bowles, William Lisle Languid, and Sad, and Slow 3     3
To the River Itchin, Near Winton 4     4
Southey, Robert My Days Among the Dead are Past 1     4
Hunt, Leigh The Fish, the Man, and the Spirit 1     4
Peacock, Thomas Love The War Song of Dinas Vawr 1     4
The Four Ages of Poetry 5     6
Landor, Walter Savage On Seeing a Hair of Lucretia Borgia 1     3
On His Seventy-Fifth Birthday 1     3
Mother, I Cannot Mind My Wheel 1     7
Rose Aylmer 1     7
Past Ruined Ilion 1     7
Twenty Years Hence 1     7
The Three Roses 1     6
Dirce 1     6
Well I remember how you smiled 1     6
Moore, Thomas Believe me, if all those endearing young charms 1     7
The harp that once through Tara’s halls 1     7
The time I’ve lost in wooing 1     7
  The Art of Romantic Poetry 1     2
Comments on the Poetic Process 1     2
Edward J. Trelawny: Shelley on Composing 1     2
Thomas Medwin: Shelley’s Self-Hypercriticism 1     2
Richard Woodhouse: Keats on Composing 1     2
  The Satanic and Byronic Hero 1     3
John Milton: Satan 1     3
Romantic Comments on Milton’s Satan 1     3
William Blake 1     3
Percy Bysshe Shelly 1     3
Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1     3
The Evolution of the Byronic Hero 1     3
Ann Radcliffe: The Italian Villain 1     3
Lord Byron: Lara 1     3
Lord Byron: Manfred: A Dramatic Poem 3     3

 


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