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Stevenson, Robert Louis (1850–1894).  A Child’s Garden of Verses and Underwoods.  1913.
  
Contents

Part I—A Child’s Garden of Verses
  1. To Alison Cunningham
  2. Bed in Summer
  3. A Thought
  4. At the Sea-side
  5. Young Night Thought
  6. Whole Duty of Children
  7. Rain
  8. Pirate Story
  9. Foreign Lands
  10. Windy Nights
  11. Travel
  12. Singing
  13. Looking Forward
  14. A Good Play
  15. Where Go the Boats?
  16. Auntie’s Skirts
  17. The Land of Counterpane
  18. The Land of Nod
  19. My Shadow
  20. System
  21. A Good Boy
  22. Escape at Bedtime
  23. Marching Song
  24. The Cow
  25. Happy Thought
  26. The Wind
  27. Keepsake Mill
  28. Good and Bad Children
  29. Foreign Children
  30. The Sun’s Travels
  31. The Lamplighter
  32. My Bed is a Boat
  33. The Moon
  34. The Swing
  35. Time to Rise
  36. Looking-glass River
  37. Fairy Bread
  38. From a Railway Carriage
  39. Winter-time
  40. The Hayloft
  41. Farewell to the Farm
  42. Northwest Passage
    1. Good Night
    2. Shadow March
    3. In Port

The Child Alone
  1. The Unseen Playmate
  2. My Ship and I
  3. My Kingdom
  4. Picture-books in Winter
  5. My Treasures
  6. Block City
  7. The Land of Story-books
  8. Armies in the Fire
  9. The Little Land

Garden Days
  1. Night and Day
  2. Nest Eggs
  3. The Flowers
  4. Summer Sun
  5. The Dumb Soldier
  6. Autumn Fires
  7. The Gardener
  8. Historical Associations

Envoys
  1. To Willie and Henrietta
  2. To My Mother
  3. To Auntie
  4. To Minnie
  5. To My Name-child
  6. To Any Reader

Part II—Underwoods
Book I—In English


  Epigram  Dedication  Note
  1. Envoy
  2. A Song of the Road
  3. The Canoe Speaks
  4. It is the Season
  5. The House Beautiful
  6. A Visit from the Sea
  7. To a Gardener
  8. To Minnie
  9. To K. De M.
  10. To N. V. De G. S.
  11. To Will. H. Low
  12. To Mrs. Will. H. Low
  13. To H. F. Brown
  14. To Andrew Lang
  15. Et Tu In Arcadia Vixisti
  16. To W. E. Henley
  17. Henry James
  18. The Mirror Speaks
  19. Katharine
  20. To F. J. S.
  21. Requiem
  22. The Celestial Surgeon
  23. Our Lady of the Snows
  24. Not yet, my soul
  25. It is not yours, O mother, to complain
  26. The Sick Child
  27. In Memoriam F. A. S.
  28. To My Father
  29. In the States
  30. A Portrait
  31. Sing clearlier, Muse
  32. A Camp
  33. The Country of the Camisards
  34. Skerryvore
  35. Skerryvore: The Parallel
  36. My house, I say
  37. My body which my dungeon is
  38. Say not of me that weakly I declined

Book II—In Scots

  Table of Common Scottish Vowel Sounds
  1. The Maker to Posterity
  2. Ille Terrarum
  3. When aince Aprile has fairly come
  4. A Mile an’ a Bittock
  5. A Lowden Sabbath Morn
  6. The Spaewife
  7. The Blast—1875
  8. The Counterblast—1886
  9. The Counterblast Ironical
  10. Their Laureate to an Academy Class Dinner Club
  11. Embro Hie Kirk
  12. The Scotman’s Return from Abroad
  13. Late in the nicht
  14. My Conscience!
  15. To Doctor John Brown
  16. It’s an owercome sooth for age an’ youth

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