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Sonnets from the Portuguese (extracts)
The Lady of Shalott
The Lady of Shalott
Morte d'Arthur
From: The Princess; A Medley
From In Memoriam A. H. H
The Charge of the Light Brigade
I hate the dreadful hollow behind the little wood,
Crossing the Bar
My Last Duchess
The Lost Leader
Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister
Porphyria's Lover
Home-Thoughts, from Abroad
The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church
Meeting at Night
Parting at Morning
Love Among the Ruins
Fra Lippo Lippi
A Toccata of Galuppi's
`Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came'
Andrea del Sarto
Two in the Campagna
A Grammarian's Funeral
Never the Time and the Place
Never the time and the place
`What winter floods, what showers of spring'
What winter floods, what showers of spring
`Long neglect has worn away'
Long neglect has worn away
`The night is darkening round me'
The night is darkening round me
`All hushed and still within the house'
All hushed and still within the house
`O Dream, where art thou now?'
O Dream, where art thou now?
`How still, how happy! those are words'
How still, how happy! those are words
`Mild the mist upon the hill'
Mild the mist upon the hill
`Come, walk with me'
To Imagination
`No coward soul is mine'
No coward soul is mine
`Say not the struggle naught availeth'
Say not the struggle naught availeth,
`That there are powers above us I admit'
That there are powers above us I admit;
Dover Beach
The Scholar-Gipsy
The Blessed Damozel
Sonnet VII: Supreme Surrender
Sonnet XI: The Love-Letter
Sonnet XXVI: Mid-Rapture
Sonnet LIII: Without Her
Sonnet LIV: Love's Fatality
Part II: Change and Fate
Sonnet LXIX: Autumn Idleness
Sonnet LXXVII: Soul's Beauty
Sonnet LXXVIII: Body's Beauty
Sonnet LXXXI: Memorial Thresholds
Sonnet LXXXII: Hoarded Joy
Sonnet XCVII: A Superscription
Sonnet CI: The One Hope
Nuptial Sleep
Goblin Market
Neutral Tones
Nature's Questioning
The Impercipient
In a Eweleaze near Weatherbury
`I look into my glass'
I look into my glass,
A Broken Appointment
The Darkling Thrush
The Self-Unseeing
The Wreck of the Deutschland
God's Grandeur
The Windhover
Pied Beauty
Binsey Poplars
Felix Randal
`As Kingfishers Catch Fire'
Spelt from Sibyl's Leaves
`Thou art indeed just, Lord'
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