Complete Poems of Andrew Marvell

 
 
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The English metaphysical poet Andrew Marvell is most commonly associated with his contemporaries, John Donne, George Herbert, and his colleague and friend, John Milton. His most famous poem "To His Coy Mistress" is a seductive chant to a would-be lover to seize the moment. "The Garden" is an ode to the tranquility of a retirement from public life. Marvell, who was himself a politician, opines for the simpler life of the garden. Also included in this collection are "An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland," "The Mower's Song" and the country house poem "Upon Appleton House." The entire corpus of Marvell's poetry is brought together here in this edition of "The Complete Poems of Andrew Marvell," which has been edited with a memorial introduction by Rev. Alexander B. Grosart. T. S. Eliot wrote of Marvell's work that "it is more than a technical accomplishment, or the vocabulary and syntax of an epoch; it is what we have designated tentatively as wit, a tough reasonableness beneath the slight lyric grace."
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  • Intro
  • PREFACE.
  • MEMORIAL-INTRODUCTION.
  • I. THE LIFE.
  • II. THE WRITINGS.
  • I. POEMS OF THE COUNTRY.
  • UPON THE HILL AND GROVE AT BILL-BOROW.
  • EPIGRAMMA IN DUOS MONTES, AMOSCLIVIUM ET BILBOREUM.
  • EPIGRAM ON THE TWO MOUNTAINS OF AMOS-CLIFF AND BILBOROUGH.
  • UPON APPLETON HOUSE.
  • TO AMANDA WALKING IN THE GARDEN.
  • THE NYMPH COMPLAINING FOR THE DEATH OF HER FAWN.
  • HORTUS.
  • THE GARDEN.
  • THE MOWER, AGAINST GARDENS.
  • DAMON THE MOWER.
  • THE MOWER TO THE GLOW-WORMS.
  • THE MOWER'S SONG.
  • AMETAS AND THESTYLIS MAKING HAYROPES.
  • ROS.
  • ON A DROP OF DEW.
  • TRANSLATED FROM SENECA'S TRAGEDY OF THYESTES.
  • BERMUDAS.
  • II. POEMS OF IMAGINATION AND LOVE.
  • THE CORONET.
  • EYES AND TEARS.
  • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE SOUL AND BODY.
  • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE RESOLVED SOUL AND CREATED PLEASURE.
  • THE GALLERY.
  • YOUNG LOVE.
  • THE DEFINITION OF LOVE.
  • TO HIS COY MISTRESS.
  • THE PICTURE OF LITTLE T. C. IN A PROSPECT OF FLOWERS.
  • THE FAIR SINGER.
  • MOURNING.
  • THE MATCH.
  • DAPHNIS AND CHLOE.
  • CLORINDA AND DAMON.
  • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN THYRSIS AND DORINDA.
  • MUSIC'S EMPIRE.
  • THE UNFORTUNATE LOVER.
  • III. POEMS OF FRIENDSHIP.
  • TWO SONGS AT THE MARRIAGE OF THE LORD FAUCONBERG AND THE LADY MARY CROMWELL.
  • ON PARADISE LOST.
  • UPON THE DEATH OF THE LORD HASTINGS.
  • TO HIS NOBLE FRIEND, MR. RICHARD LOVELACE, UPON HIS POEMS.
  • TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND DOCTOR WITTY, UPON HIS TRANSLATION OF THE 'POPULAR ERRORS.'
  • AN EPITAPH UPON--.
  • IV. STATE POEMS.
  • AN HORATIAN ODE UPON CROMWELL'S RETURN FROM IRELAND.
  • THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE GOVERNMENT UNDER HIS HIGHNESS THE LORD PROTECTOR.
  • A POEM UPON THE DEATH OF HIS LATE HIGHNESS THE LORD PROTECTOR.
  • ON THE VICTORY OBTAINED BY BLAKE OVER THE SPANIARDS IN THE BAY OF SANCTA CRUZE IN THE ISLAND OF TENERIFF, 1657.
  • THE LOYAL SCOT. BY CLEVELAND'S GHOST, UPON THE DEATH OP CAPTAIN DOUGLAS, BURNT ON HIS SHIP AT CHATHAM.
  • V. SATIRES.
  • FLECKNO, AN ENGLISH PRIEST AT ROME.
  • TOM MAY'S DEATH.
  • THE CHARACTER OF HOLLAND.
  • THE LAST INSTRUCTIONS TO A PAINTER ABOUT THE DUTCH WARS, 1667.
  • TO THE KING.
  • ADVICE TO A PAINTER.
  • FARTHER INSTRUCTIONS TO A PAINTER.
  • BRITANNIA AND RALEIGH.
  • NOSTRADAMUS' PROPHECY.
  • AN HISTORICAL POEM.
  • A POEM ON THE STATUE IN STOCKS-MARKET.
  • THE STATUE AT CHAKING-CROSSE.
  • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO HORSES.
  • ON THE LORD MAYOR AND COURT OF ALDERMEN PRESENTING THE LATE KING AND DUKE OF YORK EACH WITH A COPY OF THEIR FREEDOM, A.D. 1674.
  • ON BLOOD'S STEALING THE CROWN.
  • CLARENDON'S HOUSE-WARMING.
  • EPIGRAM UPON HIS GRANDCHILDREN [ = CLARENDON'S].
  • UPON HIS HOUSE.
  • VI. ONE GREEK AND THE LATIN POEMS: WITH A TRANSLATION, FOR THE FIRST TIME, BY THE EDITOR.
  • ΠΡÎ?Σ Î?Î?ΡÎ?Î?Î?Î? ΤÎ?Î? Î?Î?ΣÎ?Î?Î?Î?
  • TO KING CHARLES [I.].
  • AD REGEM CAROLUM. PARODIA.
  • TO KING CHARLES I. A PARODY ON HORACE.
  • DOCTORI INGELO CUM DOMINO WHITELOCKE AD REGINAM SUECIAE DELEGATO A PROTECTORE, RESIDENTI EPISTOLA.
  • LETTER TO DR. INGELO, WITH THE LORD WHITELOCKE, AMBASSADOR TO THE QUEEN OF SWEDEN, FROM THE PROTECTOR.
  • IN LEGATIONEM DOMINI OLIVERI ST. JOHN AD PROVINCIAS FOEDERATAS.
  • ON THE EMBASSY OF LORD OLIVER ST. JOHN TO THE UNITED PROVINCES.
  • IN EFFIGIEM OLIVERI CROMWELL.
  • ON THE LIKENESS OF OLIVER CROMWELL.
  • IN EANDEM REGIN AE SUECIAE TRANSMISSAM.
  • ON THE SAME BEING SENT TO THE QUEEN OF SWEDEN.
  • BLUDIUS ET CORONA.
  • BLOOD AND CROWN.
  • CUIDAM QUI LEGENDO SCRIPTUEAM DESCRIPSIT FORMAM, SAPIENTIAM SORTEMQUE ADTHORIS.
  • TO ONE WHO, BY READING THE HANDWRITING, DESCRIBED THE APPEARANCE, INTELLECT, AND DESTINY OF THE WRITER.
  • DIGNISSIMO SUO AMICO DOCTORI WITTIE, DE TRANSLATIONE VULGI ERRORUM D. PRIMROSTI.
  • TO MY HONOURED FRIEND DR. WLTTIE, CONCERNING HIS TRANSLATION OF THE 'POPULAR ERRORS' OF DR. PRIMROSE.
  • IN EUNUCHUM POETAM.
  • UPON A EUNUCH-POET.
  • SCAEVOLA SCOTO-BRITANNUS.
  • A SCOTTISH SCAEVOLA.
  • VII. UNAUTHENTICATED POEMS.
  • ROYAL RESOLUTIONS.
  • HODGE'S VISION FROM THE MONUMENT, DECEMBER 1675.
  • OCEANA AND BRITANNIA.
  • UPON THE CUTTING OF SIR JOHN COVENTRY'S NOSE.
  • THE CHECKER INN.
  • THE ANSWER.
  • THE DOCTOR TURN'D JUSTICE.
  • THE DESPAIRING SHEPHERD.
  • POSTSCRIPT.

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