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Queen Victoria
The present work relates to the poetry of the English people, and of the English tongue, that knight peerless among languages, at this stage of their manifold development.
Introduction
Edmund Clarence
Stedman
A Victorian Anthology, 1837–1895
Selections Illustrating the Editor’s Critical Review of British Poetry in the Reign of Victoria
 
Edited by Edmund Clarence Stedman
 
These 1,274 works by 343 authors represent the full course of one of the great literary ages of English verse. Organized by class, this encyclopedic collection complements Stedman’s American Anthology.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Introduction    Note
TO ELLEN MACKAY HUTCHINSON
 
CAMBRIDGE: RIVERSIDE PRESS, 1895
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Contents
I. Early Years of the Reign
II. The Victorian Epoch
III. The Close of the Era
IV. Colonial Poets


Index to Authors
Sarah Flower Adams to Thomas Osborne Davis
William James Dawson to Walter Savage Landor
Andrew Lang to William Caldwell Roscoe
Christina Georgina Rossetti to William Butler Yeats


Index to Titles
A Ballade of Playing Cards to Featherstone’s Doom
Fiesolan Idyl to Old Souls
O Lord, Thy Wing Outspread to The Hunter’s Song
The Inn of Care to Youth and Art


Index to First Lines
A baby’s feet to He tripp’d up
He went into the bush to Now this is the law
O babbling Spring to There is no laughter
There lies a little city to You take a town


 
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