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Table Of Contents

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Editorial Overview
Abbreviations

TEXTS
From the Triumph MS and Posthumous Poems (Opening Section)
The Triumph of Life
Lyric Fragments from the Triumph MS
"An Unfinished Drama"

From Posthumous Poems: Miscellaneous Poems
"On the Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci"
"The Fugitives"
"The sun is set, the swallows are asleep"

Lyrics for Mary W. Shelley's Proserpine and Midas
"Arethusa"
"Sacred Goddess, Mother Earth"
"Song of Apollo"
"Song of Pan"
Autumn A Dirge
"Our boat is asleep in Serchio's stream"
The Zucca
The good die first— The Two Spirits. An Allegory
"Tomorrow"
"They die—the dead return not"
"O World, O Life, O Time"
"Madonna, wherefore hast thou sent to me"
"I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden—"
"My lost William, thou in whom"
"A Portal as of shadowy adamant"
"The flower that smiles today"
From the Arabic—imitation
"One word is too often profaned"
"Music"
"Death is here, and death is there"
"When passion's trance is overpast"
"Listen, listen, Mary mine—"
"O Mary dear, that you were here"
"Wilt thou forget the happy hours"
"The fiery mountains answer each other"
"Mine eyes were dim with tears unshed"
"There was a little lawny islet"
"Rose leaves, when the rose is dead"
"Unfathomable Sea! whose waves are years"
"Tell me, Star, whose wings of light"
"Rough wind that moanest loud"
"Far, far away, O ye"
Jan. 1. 1821

From Posthumous Poems: Fragments
"Ginevra"
The Historical Tragedy of Charles the First
"Mazenghi"
"The Woodman and the Nightingale"
"Art thou pale for weariness"
"I loved—alas, our life is love"
"And like a dying lady lean and pale"
"These are two friends whose lives were undivided"

COMMENTARIES
From the Triumph MS and Posthumous Poems (Opening Section)
The Triumph of Life
Lyric Fragments from the Triumph MS
"An Unfinished Drama"

From Posthumous Poems: Miscellaneous Poems
"On the Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci"
"The Fugitives"
"The sun is set, the swallows are asleep"
Lyrics for Mary W. Shelley's Proserpine and Midas
Autumn A Dirge (and Supplements)
"Our boat is asleep in Serchio's stream"
The Zucca
The good die first— The Two Spirits. An Allegory
"Tomorrow"
"They die—the dead return not"
"O World, O Life, O Time"
"Madonna, wherefore hast thou sent to me"
"I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden—"
"My lost William, thou in whom"
"A Portal as of shadowy adamant"
"The flower that smiles today"
From the Arabic—imitation
"One word is too often profaned"
"Music"
"Death is here, and death is there"
"When passion's trance is overpast"
"Listen, listen, Mary mine"
"O Mary dear, that you were here"
"Wilt thou forget the happy hours"
"The fiery mountains answer each other"
"Mine eyes were dim with tears unshed"
"There was a little lawny islet"
"Rose leaves, when the rose is dead"
"Unfathomable Sea! whose waves are years"
"Tell me, Star, whose wings of light"
"Rough wind that moanest loud"
"Far, far away, O ye"
Jan. 1. 1821

From Posthumous Poems: Fragments
"Ginevra"
The Historical Tragedy of Charles the First
"Mazenghi"
"The Woodman and the Nightingale"
"Art thou pale for weariness"
"I loved—alas, our life is love"
"And like a dying lady lean and pale"
"These are two friends whose lives were undivided"

HISTORICAL COLLATIONS
From the Triumph MS and Posthumous Poems (Opening Section)
From Posthumous Poems: Miscellaneous Poems
From Posthumous Poems: Fragments

APPENDIXES
A. Contents of Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824), Together with a List of Manuscript Sources of Items in This Volume
B. Mary W. Shelley's Preface to Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824)
C. Source for "Ginevra": Marco Lastri, L'osservatore fiorentino
D. Charles the First: Ancillary Material
I. PBS's Reading Notes
II. Sketch of Acts I and II
III. Jottings (Preliminary)

Contributors
Index of Titles
Index of First Lines

The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley
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