The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 3

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J. Murray, 1898 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 471 pages
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John Murray, Lord Byron's long-time publisher, released a 13-volume set of "The Works of Lord Byron" in the late 19th century. The poetry volumes, of which there are seven, were edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge, grandson of Romantic poet and Byron contemporary, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The letters and journals were edited in another six volumes by Rowland Prothero. Volume three contains the Turkish tales and the "Hebrew Melodies."

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Contents

POEMS 18091813
1
Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm First published
7
Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos First published
13
Lines written beneath a Picture First published Childe
19
Translation of the Romaic Song Mνέπω μεσ το περιβόλι κ τ
23
To Thyrza Without a stone etc First published Childe
34
Euthanasia First published Childe Harold 1812 Second
40
Lines to a Lady weeping First published Morning Chronicle
45
Introduction to Lara
319
Canto the Second
348
Introduction to the Hebrew Melodies
375
The Harp the Monarch Minstrel swept
382
Oh snatched away in Beautys Bloom
388
Herods Lament for Mariamne
400
A Spirit passed before
406
Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian Meeting
415

Address spoken at the Opening of DruryLane Theatre Saturday
51
Verses found in a Summerhouse at HalesOwen First
59
Sonnet To Genevra Thine eyes blue tenderness etc
70
Bibliographical Note on The Giaour
78
THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS A TURKISH TALE
147
The Bride of Abydos Canto the First
157
Canto the Second
178
A TALE
215
Dedication
221
The Corsair Canto the First
227
Canto the Second
249
Canto the Third
270
Introduction to the Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte
303
To Belshazzar First published 1831
421
Stanzas for Music Bright be the place of thy soul
427
Ode from the French We do not curse thee Waterloo
435
Stanzas for Music I speak not I trace not etc First
438
Introduction to The Siege of Corinth
441
Advertisement
447
Introduction to Parisina
499
Parisina
505
Introduction to Poems of the Separation
531
Fare Thee Well
537
Stanzas to Augusta
544
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