Originally published in 1907 as part of the Cambridge English Classics series, this three-volume collection presents the poems of George Crabbe (1754-1832). Volume Three contains previously unprinted fragments and miscellaneous verses as well as ten Tales from the Hall, the twenty-two Posthumous Tales and the Farewell and Return. Notes on the text and variants of certain lines drawn from the many editions of Crabbe's works are also provided. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Crabbe's poetry.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 1.30(d)|
Table of Contents
Tales of the Hall: 12. Sir Owen Dale; 13. Delay his danger; 14. The natural death of love; 15. Gretna Green; 16. Lady Barbara; or, The ghost; 17. The widow; 18. Ellen; 19. William Bailey; 20. The cathedral-walk; 21. Smugglers and poachers; 22. The visit concluded; Posthumous Tales: 1. Silford Hall; or, The happy day; 2. The family of love; 3. The equal marriage; 4. Rachel; 5. Villars; The Farewell and Return: 6. The farewell and return; 7. The school-fellow; 8. Barnaby, the shopman; 9. Jane; 10. The ancient mansion; 11. The merchant; 12. The brother burgesses; 13. The Dean's lady; 14. The wife and the widow; 15. Belinda Waters; 16. The dealer and clerk; 17. Danvers and Rayner; 18. The boat race; 19. Master William; or, Lad's love; 20. The will; 21. The cousins; 22. Preaching and practice; Miscellaneous verses previously printed; Fragments of tales and miscellaneous verses not previously printed; Errata; Variants; Bibliography.