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Table Of Contents

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Editorial Overview
Abbreviations
Texts
The Esdaile Notebook
[Esd #1] To Harriet ("Whose is the love")
[Esd #2] A sabbath Walk
[Esd #3] The Crisis
[Esd #4] Passion (to the 11
[Esd #5] To Harriet ("Never, O never, shall yonder Sun")
[Esd #6] Falshood and Vice a Dialogue
[Esd #7] To the Emperors of Russia and Austria who eyed the battle of Austerlitz from the heights whilst Buonaparte was active in the thickest of the fight
[Esd #8] To November
[Esd #9] Written on a beautiful day in Spring
[Esd #10] On leaving London for Wales.
[Esd #11] A winter's day
[Esd #12] To Liberty
[Esd #13] On Robert Emmet's tomb
[Esd #14] a Tale of Society as it is from facts 1811
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hitchener, 7 January 1812
[Esd #15] The solitary 1810
[Esd #16] The Monarch's funeral An Anticipation 1810
[Esd #17] To the Republicans of North America
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hitchener, 14 February 1812
[Esd #18] Written at Cwm Ellan 1811
[Esd #19] To Death
Supplement: Version in Hogg Manuscript, ca. 1810
[Esd #20] "Dark Spirit of the desart rude"
[Esd #21] "The pale, the cold and the moony smile"
[Esd #22] "Death-spurning rocks!"
[Esd #23] The Tombs
[Esd #24] To Harriet ("It is not blasphemy to hope")
[Esd #25] Sonnet: To Harriet on her birth day, August 1, 1812
[Esd #26] Sonnet: To a balloon, laden with Knowledge
[Esd #27] Sonnet: On launching some bottles filled with Knowledge into the Bristol Channel.
[Esd #28] Sonnet: On waiting for a wind to cross the Bristol Channel from Devonshire to Wales.
[Esd #29] To Harriet ("Harriet! thy kiss to my soul is dear")
[Esd #30] Mary to the Sea-Wind
[Esd #31] A retrospect of Times of Old
[Esd #32] The Voyage A Fragment Devonshire—August 1812
[Esd #33] A Dialogue—1809
Supplement: Version in Hogg Manuscript, ca. 1810
[Esd #34] 1810 ("How eloquent are eyes!")
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hogg, 18–19 June 1811
[Esd #35] 1810 ("Hopes that bud in youthful breasts")
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hogg, 18–19 June 1811
[Esd #36] September 23, 1809 ("Moonbeam! leave the shadowy dale")
Supplement: To the Moonbeam in Letter to Hogg, 17 May 1811
[Poems about Mary]
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[Esd #37] To Mary I
[Esd #38] To Mary II
[Esd #39] To Mary III
[Esd #40] To the Lover of Mary
[Esd #41] 1810 ("Dares the Lama, most fleet")
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hogg, 20 April 1811
[Esd #42] 1809 ("I will kneel at thine altar")
[Esd #43] Fragment of a Poem, the original idea of which was suggested by the cowardly and infamous bombardment of Copenhagen
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hogg, 11 January 1811
[Esd #44] 1809 On an Icicle that clung to the grass of a grave
Supplement: Version in Letter to Hogg, 6 January 1811
[Esd #45] 1808 ("Cold are the Blasts")
Supplement: Version in Hogg Manuscript, Late October or November 1810
[Esd #46] 1809 Henry and Louisa a Poem in two parts The Parting Part the First. Scene—England
The Meeting Part Second
[Esd #47] A Translation of The Marsellois Hymn
Supplement: Stanza Included in Letter to Graham, ca. 19 June 1811
[Esd #48] Written in very early youth
[Esd #49] Zeinab and Kathema
[Esd #50] The Retrospect. Cwm Elan 1812
[Esd #51] The wandering Jew's soliloquy
[Esd #52] To Ianthe. Oct Septr 1813
[Esd #53] Evening—to Harriet. Sep. 1813
[Esd #54] To Harriett ("Thy look of love")
[Esd #55] "Full many a mind"
[Esd #56] May 1813: To Harriet.........
[Esd #57] "Late was the night"
[Esd #58] Febry 28th 1806— To St Irvyne
Queen Mab; A Philosophical Poem: with Notes.
To Harriett * * * * * [dedicatory poem]
Canto I
Canto II
Canto III
Canto IV
Canto V
Canto VI
Canto VII
Canto VIII
Canto IX
Notes. [Shelley's Notes to Queen Mab]
Note 1 (I.242–43)
Note 2 (I.252–53)
Note 3 (IV.178–79)
Note 4 (V.1–2)
Note 5 (V.4–6)
Note 6 (V.58)
Note 7 (V.93–94)
Note 8 (V.112–13)
Note 9 (V.189)
Note 10 (VI.45–46)
Note 11 (VI.171–73)
Note 12 (VI.198)
Note 13 (VII.13)
Note 14 (VII.67)
Note 15 (VII.135–36)
Note 16 (VIII.203–7)
Note 17 (VIII.211–12)
Commentaries
The Esdaile Notebook
Queen Mab; A Philosophical Poem: with Notes.
Shelley's Notes to Queen Mab
Historical Collations
Introduction
The Esdaile Notebook
Shelley's Notes to Queen Mab
Queen Mab; A Philosophical Poem: with Notes.
Shelley's Notes to Queen Mab
Appendixes
Introduction
A. Poetic Forms in The Esdaile Notebook
B. Mary W. Shelley's "Note on Queen Mab"
I. From the 1839 Edition of The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley,Volume I.
II. From the 1840 Revised Edition of The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Index of Titles
Index of First Lines