Complete Poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson

 
 
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Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish novelist, poet, essayist and travel writer, whose reputation came primarily from his novels and essays, including "Treasure Island" and "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". He is ranked among the 30 most translated authors in the world, ahead of Oscar Wilde and Edgar Allan Poe. Although his notoriety derives largely from his novels and essays, Stevenson produced a large collection of poetry that has been compared to that of William Ernest Henley and Rudyard Kipling. The principle object of most of his poetry is to capture a moment, be it a memory, an emotion, or some fleeting experience, and to draw his readers wholly into that moment. This is a complete collection of Stevenson's poetry, most of which deals with themes of childhood, friendship, travel, nostalgia and the sea, and includes his well-known "Underwoods" series.
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  • Title page
  • I. A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES
  • DEDICATION: TO ALISON CUNNINGHAM
  • I. BED IN SUMMER
  • II. A THOUGHT
  • III. AT THE SEA-SIDE
  • IV. YOUNG NIGHT-THOUGHT
  • V. WHOLE DUTY OF CHILDREN
  • VI. RAIN
  • VII. PIRATE STORY
  • VIII. FOREIGN LANDS
  • IX. WINDY NIGHTS
  • X. TRAVEL
  • XI. SINGING
  • XII. LOOKING FORWARD
  • XIII. A GOOD PLAY
  • XIV. WHERE GO THE BOATS?
  • XV. AUNTIE'S SKIRTS
  • XVI. THE LAND OF COUNTERPANE
  • XVII. THE LAND OF NOD
  • XVIII. MY SHADOW
  • XIX. SYSTEM
  • XX. A GOOD BOY
  • XXI. ESCAPE AT BEDTIME
  • XXII. MARCHING SONG
  • XXIII. THE COW
  • XXIV. HAPPY THOUGHT
  • XXV. THE WIND
  • XXVI. KEEPSAKE MILL.
  • XXVII. GOOD AND BAD CHILDREN
  • XXVIII. FOREIGN CHILDREN
  • XXIX. THE SUN TRAVELS
  • XXX. THE LAMPLIGHTER
  • XXXI. MY BED IS A BOAT
  • XXXII. THE MOON
  • XXXIII. THE SWING
  • XXXIV. TIME TO RISE
  • XXXV. LOOKING-GLASS RIVER
  • XXXVI. FAIRY BREAD
  • XXXVII. FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAGE
  • XXXVIII. WINTER-TIME
  • XXXIX. THE HAYLOFT
  • XL. FAREWELL TO THE FARM
  • XLI. NORTH-WEST PASSAGE
  • 1. GOOD-NIGHT
  • 2. SHADOW MARCH
  • 3. IN PORT
  • THE CHILD ALONE
  • I. THE UNSEEN PLAYMATE
  • II. MY SHIP AND I.
  • III. MY KINGDOM
  • IV. PICTURE-BOOKS IN WINTER
  • V. MY TREASURES
  • VI. BLOCK CITY
  • VII. THE LAND OF STORY-BOOKS
  • VIII. ARMIES IN THE FIRE
  • IX. THE LITTLE LAND
  • GARDEN DAYS
  • I. NIGHT AND DAY
  • II. NEST EGGS
  • III. THE FLOWERS
  • IV. SUMMER SUN
  • V. THE DUMB SOLDIER
  • VI. AUTUMN FIRES
  • VII. THE GARDENER
  • VIII. HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS
  • ENVOYS
  • I. TO WILLIE AND HENRIETTA
  • II. TO MY MOTHER
  • III. TO AUNTIE
  • IV. TO MINNIE
  • V. TO MY NAME-CHILD
  • VI. TO ANY READER
  • II. UNDERWOODS
  • BOOK I. IN ENGLISH
  • I. ENVOY
  • II. A SONG OF THE ROAD
  • III. THE CANOE SPEAKS
  • IV. IT IS THE SEASON NOW TO GO
  • V. THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
  • VI. A VISIT FROM THE SEA
  • VII. TO A GARDENER
  • VIII. TO MINNIE
  • IX. TO K. DE M.
  • X. TO N. V. DE G. S.
  • XI. TO WILL. H. LOW
  • XII. TO MRS. WILL. H. LOW
  • XIII. TO H. F. BROWN
  • XIV. TO ANDREW LANG
  • XV. ET TU IN ARCADIA VIXISTI
  • XVI. TO W. E. HENLEY
  • XVII. HENRY JAMES
  • XVIII. THE MIRROR SPEAKS
  • XIX. KATHARINE
  • XX. TO F. J. S.
  • XXI. REQUIEM
  • XXII. THE CELESTIAL SURGEON
  • XXIII. OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS
  • XXIV. NOT YET, MY SOUL, THESE FRIENDLY FIELDS DESERT
  • XXV. IT IS NOT YOURS, O MOTHER, TO COMPLAIN
  • XXVI. THE SICK CHILD
  • XXVII. IN MEMORIAM F. A. S.
  • XXVIII. TO MY FATHER
  • XXIX. IN THE STATES
  • XXX. A PORTRAIT
  • XXXI. SING CLEARLIER, MUSE, OR EVERMORE BE STILL
  • XXXII. A CAMP
  • XXXIII. THE COUNTRY OF THE CAMISARDS
  • XXXIV. SKERRYVORE
  • XXXV. SKERRYVORE: THE PARALLEL.
  • XXXVI. MY HOUSE, I SAY. BUT HARK TO THE SUNNY DOVES
  • XXXVII. MY BODY WHICH MY DUNGEON IS
  • XXXVIII. SAY NOT OF ME THAT WEAKLY I DECLINED
  • XXXIX. DEDICATORY POEM
  • BOOK II. IN SCOTS
  • I. THE MAKER TO POSTERITY
  • II. ILLE TERRARUM
  • III. WHEN AINCE APRILE HAS FAIRLY COME
  • IV. A MILE AN' A BITTOCK
  • V. A LOWDEN SABBATH MORN
  • VI. THE SPAEWIFE
  • VII. THE BLAST-1875
  • VIII. THE COUNTERBLAST-1886
  • IX. THE COUNTERBLAST IRONICAL.
  • X. THEIR LAUREATE TO AN ACADEMY CLASS DINNER CLUB
  • XI. EMBRO HIE KIRK
  • XII. THE SCOTSMAN'S RETURN FROM ABROAD
  • XIII. LATE IN THE NICHT IN BED I LAY
  • XIV. MY CONSCIENCE!
  • XV. TO DOCTOR JOHN BROWN
  • XVI. IT'S AN OWERCOME SOOTH FOR AGE AN' YOUTH
  • III. SONGS OF TRAVEL AND OTHER VERSES
  • I. THE VAGABOND
  • II. YOUTH AND LOVE-I.
  • III. YOUTH AND LOVE-II.
  • IV. THE UNFORGOTTEN-I.
  • V. THE UNFORGOTTEN-II.
  • VI. THE INFINITE SHINING HEAVENS
  • VII. PLAIN AS THE GLISTERING PLANETS SHINE
  • VIII. TO YOU, LET SNOW AND ROSES
  • IX. LET BEAUTY AWAKE IN THE MORN FROM BEAUTIFUL DREAMS
  • X. I KNOW NOT HOW IT IS WITH YOU
  • XI. I WILL MAKE YOU BROOCHES AND TOYS FOR YOUR DELIGHT
  • XII. WE HAVE LOVED OF YORE
  • XIII. DITTY
  • XIV. MATER TRIUMPHANS
  • XV. BRIGHT IS THE RING OF WORDS
  • XVI. IN THE HIGHLANDS, IN THE COUNTRY PLACES
  • XVII. HOME NO MORE HOME TO ME, WHITHER MUST I WANDER?
  • XVIII. TO DR. HAKE
  • XIX. TO --
  • XX. THE MORNING DRUM-CALL ON MY EAGER EAR
  • XXI. I HAVE TROD THE UPWARD AND THE DOWNWARD SLOPE
  • XXII. HE HEARS WITH GLADDENED HEART THE THUNDER
  • XXIII. THE LOST OCCAISON
  • XXIV. IF THIS WERE FAITH
  • XXV. MY WIFE
  • XXVI. WINTER
  • XXVII. THE STORMY EVENING CLOSES NOW IN VAIN
  • XXVIII. TO AN ISLAND PRINCESS
  • XXIX. TO KALAKAUA
  • XXX. TO PRINCESS KAIULANI.
  • XXXI. TO MOTHER MARYANNE
  • XXXII. IN MEMORIAM E. H.
  • XXXIII. TO MY WIFE
  • XXXIV. TO THE MUSE
  • XXXV. TO MY OLD FAMILIARS
  • XXXVI. THE TROPICS VANISH, AND MESEEMS THAT I
  • XXXVII. TO S. C.
  • XXXVIII. THE HOUSE OF TEMBINOKA
  • XXXIX. THE WOODMAN
  • XL. TROPIC RAIN
  • XLI. AN END OF TRAVEL
  • XLII. WE UNCOMMISERATE PASS INTO THE NIGHT
  • XLIII. THE LAST SIGHT
  • XLIV. SING ME A SONG OF A LAD THAT IS GONE
  • XLV. TO S. R. CROCKETT
  • XLVI. EVENSONG
  • IV. BALLADS
  • THE SONG OF RAHÃ?RO: A LEGEND OF TAHITI.
  • Dedication: TO ORI A ORI.
  • I. THE SLAYING OF TÃ?MATÃ?A
  • II. THE VENGING OF TÃ?MATÃ?A
  • III. RAHÃ?RO
  • THE FEAST OF FAMINE: MARQUESAN MANNERS
  • I. THE PRIEST'S VIGIL
  • II. THE LOVERS
  • III. THE FEAST
  • IV. THE RAID
  • TICONDEROGA: A LEGEND OF THE WEST HIGHLANDS
  • I. THE SAYING OF THE NAME
  • II. THE SEEKING OF THE NAME
  • III. THE PLACE OF THE NAME
  • HEATHER ALE: A GALLOWAY LEGEND
  • CHRISTMAS AT SEA
  • V. NEW POEMS
  • I. SUMMER NIGHT
  • II. I SIT UP HERE AT MIDNIGHT
  • III. LO! IN THINE HONEST EYES I READ
  • IV. THOUGH DEEP INDIFFERENCE SHOULD DROWSE
  • V. MY HEART, WHEN FIRST THE BLACKBIRD SINGS
  • VI. I DREAMED OF FOREST ALLEYS FAIR
  • VII. VERSES WRITTEN IN 1872
  • VIII. TO H. C. BUNNER
  • IX. FROM WISHING-LAND
  • X. THE WELL-HEAD
  • XI. THE MILL-HOUSE
  • XII. ST. MARTIN'S SUMMER
  • XIII. ALL INFLUENCES WERE IN VAIN
  • XIV. THE OLD WORLD MOANS AND TOPES
  • XV. I AM LIKE ONE THAT HAS SAT ALONE
  • XVI. THE WHOLE DAY THRO', IN CONTEMPT AND PITY
  • XVII. THE OLD CHIMAERAS, OLD RECEIPTS
  • XVIII. DEDICATION
  • XIX. PRELUDE
  • XX. THE VANQUISHED KNIGHT
  • XXI. AULD REEKIE
  • XXII. ATHOLE BROSE
  • XXIII. OVER THE WATER WI'CHAIRLIE
  • XXIV. TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF NORTHERN LIGHTS
  • XXV. AFTER READING "ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
  • XXVI. THE RELIC TAKEN, WHAT AVAILS THE SHRINE?
  • XXVII. ABOUT THE SHELTERED GARDEN GROUND
  • XXVIII. I KNOW NOT HOW, BUT AS I COUNT
  • XXIX. TAKE NOT MY HAND AS MINE ALONE
  • XXX. THE ANGLER ROSE, HE TOOK HIS ROD
  • XXXI. SPRING SONG
  • XXXII. THOU STRAINEST THROUGH THE MOUNTAIN FERN
  • XXXIII. THE SUMMER SUN SHONE ROUND ME
  • XXXIV. YOU LOOKED SO TEMPTING IN THE PEW
  • XXXV. LOVE'S VICISSITUDES
  • XXVI. THE MOON IS SINKING-THE TEMPESTUOUS
  • XXXVII. DEATH
  • XXXVIII. DUDDINGSTONE
  • XXXIX. STOUT MARCHES LEAD TO CERTAIN ENDS
  • XL. AWAY WITH FUNERAL MUSIC-SET
  • XLI. TO SYDNEY
  • XLII. HAD I THE POWER THAT HAVE THE WILL
  • XLIII. O DULL COLD NORTHERN SKY
  • XLIV. APOLOGETIC POSTSCRIPT OF A YEAR LATER
  • XLV. TO MARCUS
  • XLVI. TO OTTILIE
  • XLVII. THIS GLOOMY NORTHERN DAY
  • XLVIII. TO A YOUTH
  • XLIX. JOHN CAVALIER
  • L. PRAISE AND PRAYER
  • LI. HOPES
  • LII. I HAVE A FRIEND
  • I HAVE A STORY
  • LIII. LINK YOUR ARM IN MINE, MY LAD
  • LIV. THE WIND IS WITHOUT THERE AND HOWLS IN THE TREES
  • LV. A VALENTINE'S SONG
  • LVI. HAIL! CHILDISH SLAVES OF SOCIAL RULES
  • LVII. SWALLOWS TRAVEL TO AND FRO
  • LVIII. TO MESDAMES ZASSETSKY AND GARSCHINE
  • LIX. TO MADAME GARSCHINE
  • LX. MUSIC AT THE VILLA MARINA
  • LXI. FEAR NOT, DEAR FRIEND, BUT FREELY LIVE YOUR DAYS
  • LXII. LET LOVE GO, IF GO SHE WILL
  • LXIII. I DO NOT FEAR TO OWN ME KIN
  • LXIV. I AM LIKE ONE THAT FOR LONG DAYS HAD SATE
  • LXV. SIT DOON BY ME, MY CANTY FREEND
  • LXVI. HERE HE COMES, BIG WITH STATISTICS
  • LXVII. VOLUNTARY
  • LXVIII. O NOW, ALTHOUGH THE YEAR BE DONE
  • LXIX. AD SE IPSUM
  • LXX. IN THE GREEN AND GALLANT SPRING
  • LXXI. DEATH, TO THE DEAD FOR EVERMORE
  • LXXII. TO CHARLES BAXTER
  • LXXIII. THE LOOK OF DEATH IS BOTH SEVERE AND MILD
  • LXXIV. HER NAME IS AS A WORD OF OLD ROMANCE
  • LXXV. IN AUTUMN WHEN THE WOODS ARE RED
  • LXXVI. LIGHT AS MY HEART WAS LONG AGO
  • LXXVII. GATHER YE ROSES WHILE YE MAY
  • LXXVIII. POEM FOR A CLASS RE-UNION
  • LXXIX. I SAW RED EVENING THROUGH THE RAIN
  • LXXX. LAST NIGHT WE HAD A THUNDERSTORM IN STYLE
  • LXXXI. O LADY FAIR AND SWEET
  • LXXXII. IF I HAD WINGS, MY LADY, LIKE A DOVE
  • LXXXIII. RONDELS
  • LXXXIV. EH, MAN HENLEY, YOU'RE A DON!
  • LXXXV. ALL NIGHT THROUGH, RAVES OR BROODS
  • LXXXVI. THE RAIN IS OVER AND DONE
  • LXXXVII. THERE WHERE THE LAND OF LOVE
  • LXXXVIII. LOVE IS THE VERY HEART OF SPRING
  • LXXXIX. ON HIS PITIABLE TRANSFORMATION
  • XC. I WHO ALL THE WINTER THROUGH
  • XCI. LOVE-WHAT IS LOVE? A GREAT AND ACHING HEART
  • XCII. SOON OUR FRIENDS PERISH
  • XCIII. AS ONE WHO HAVING WANDERED ALL NIGHT LONG
  • XCIV. STRANGE ARE THE WAYS OF MEN
  • XCV. THE WIND BLEW SHRILL AND SMART
  • XCVI. MAN SAILS THE DEEP A WHILE
  • XCVII. THE COCK'S CLEAR VOICE INTO THE CLEARER AIR
  • XCVIII. NOW WHEN THE NUMBER OF MY YEARS
  • XCIX. WHAT MAN MAY LEARN, WHAT MAN MAY DO
  • C. THE SUSQUEHANNA AND THE DELAWARE
  • CI. IF I COULD ARISE AND TRAVEL AWAY
  • CII. GOOD OLD ALE, MILD OR PALE
  • CIII. NAY, BUT I FANCY SOMEHOW, YEAR BY YEAR
  • CIV. MY WIFE AND I, IN ONE ROMANTIC COT
  • CV. AT MORNING ON THE GARDEN SEAT
  • CVI. SMALL IS THE TRUST WHEN LOVE IS GREEN
  • CVII. KNOW YOU THE RIVER NEAR TO GREZ
  • CVIII. IT'S FORTH ACROSS THE ROARING FOAM, AND ON TOWARDS THE WEST
  • CIX. DEDICATION
  • CX. FAREWELL.
  • CXI. THE FINE PACIFIC ISLANDS
  • CXII. TOPICAL SONG
  • CXIII. STUDENT SONG
  • CXIV. AN ENGLISH BREEZE
  • CXV. TO MISS CORNISH
  • CXVI. TO ROSABELLE
  • CXVII. AS IN THEIR FLIGHT THE BIRDS OF SONG
  • CXVIII. PRAYER
  • CXIX. THE PIPER
  • CXX. EPISTLE TO ALBERT DEW-SMITH
  • CXXI. OF SCHOONERS, ISLANDS AND MAROONS
  • CXXII. TO MRS. MACMARLAND
  • CXXIII. YES, I REMEMBER, AND STILL REMEMBER WAILING
  • CXXIV. TALES OF ARABIA
  • CXXV. BEHOLD, AS GOBLINS DARK OF MIEN
  • CXXVI. STILL I LOVE TO RHYME, AND STILL MORE, RHYMING, TO WANDER
  • CXXVII. LONG TIME I LAY IN LITTLE EASE
  • CXXVIII. FLOWER GOD, GOD OF THE SPRING, BEAUTIFUL, BOUNTIFUL
  • CXXIX. COME, MY BELOVED, HEAR FROM ME
  • CXXX. SINCE YEARS AGO FOR EVERMORE
  • CXXXI. FOR RICHMOND'S GARDEN WALL.
  • CXXXII. HERE LIES EROTION
  • CXXXIII. TO PRIAPUS
  • CXXXIV. AYE, MON, IT'S TRUE
  • I'M NO' THAT WEEL
  • CXXV. HAIL, GUEST, AND ENTER FREELY! ALL YOU SEE
  • CXXXVI. LO, NOW, MY GUEST, IF AUGHT AMISS WERE SAID
  • CXXXVII. SO LIVE, SO LOVE, SO USE THAT FRAGILE HOUR
  • CXXXVIII. BEFORE THIS LITTLE GIFT WAS COME
  • CXXXIX. GO, LITTLE BOOK-THE ANCIENT PHRASE
  • CXL. MY LOVE WAS WARM
  • FOR THAT I CROSSED
  • CXLI. COME, MY LITTLE CHILDREN, HERE ARE SONGS FOR YOU
  • CXLII. HOME FROM THE DAISIED MEADOWS, WHERE YOU LINGER YET
  • CXLIII. EARLY IN THE MORNING I HEAR ON YOUR PIANO
  • CXLIV. FAIR ISLE AT SEA-THY LOVELY NAME
  • CXLV. LOUD AND LOW IN THE CHIMNEY
  • CXLVI. I LOVE TO BE WARM BY THE RED FIRESIDE
  • CXLVII. MINE EYES WERE SWIFT TO KNOW THEE, AND MY HEART
  • CXLVIII. FIXED IS THE DOOM
  • AND TO THE LAST OF YEARS
  • CXLIX. MEN ARE HEAVEN'S PIERS
  • THEY EVERMORE
  • CL. SPRING CAROL
  • CLI. TO WHAT SHALL I COMPARE HER
  • CLII. WHEN THE SUN COMES AFTER RAIN
  • CLIII. LATE, O MILLER
  • CLIV. TO FRIENDS AT HOME, THE LONE, THE ADMIRED, THE LOST
  • CLV. I, WHOM APOLLO SOMETIME VISITED
  • CLVI. THE FAR-FARERS
  • CLVII. FAR OVER SEAS AN ISLAND IS
  • CLVIII. ON THE GORGEOUS HILLS OF MORNING
  • CLIX. RIVERS AND WINDS AMONG THE TWISTED HILLS
  • CLX. TEMPEST TOSSED AND SORE AFFLICTED, SIN DEFILED AND CARE OPPRESSED
  • CLXI. I NOW, O FRIEND, WHOM NOISELESSLY THE SNOWS
  • CLXII. SINCE THOU HAST GIVEN ME THIS GOOD HOPE, O GOD
  • CLXIII. GOD GAVE TO ME A CHILD IN PART
  • CLXIV. OVER THE LAND IS APRIL
  • CLXV. LIGHT AS THE LINNET ON MY WAY I START
  • CLXVI. COME, HERE IS ADIEU TO THE CITY
  • CLXVII. IT BLOWS A SNOWING GALE IN THE WINTER OF THE YEAR
  • CLXVIII. NE SIT ANCILLAE TIBI AMOR PUDORI.
  • CLXIX. TO ALL THAT LOVE THE FAR AND BLUE
  • CLXX. NOW BARE TO THE BEHOLDER'S EYE
  • CLXXI. THE BOUR-TREE DEN
  • CLXXII. SONNETS
  • CLXXIII. THE FAMILY
  • CLXXIV. AIR OF DIABELLI'S
  • CLXXV. DE EROTIO PUELLA
  • CLXXVI. I LOOK ACROSS THE OCEAN
  • CLXXVII. I AM A HUNCHBACK, YELLOW FACED
  • CLXXVIII. SONG
  • CLXXIX. THE NEW HOUSE
  • CLXXX. MEN MARVEL AT THE WORKS OF MAN
  • CLXXXI. TO MASTER ANDREW LANG
  • CLXXXII. TO THE STORMY PETREL.
  • CLXXXIII. THE INDEFENSIBLE IMPULSE OF MY BLOOD
  • CLXXXIV. WHO WOULD THINK, HEREIN TO LOOK
  • CLXXXV. EPISTLE TO CHARLES BAXTER
  • CLXXXVI. AD MARTIALEM
  • CLXXXVII. DE M. ANTONIO
  • CLXXXVIII. NOT ROSES TO THE ROSE, I TROW
  • CLXXXIX. TO A LITTLE GIRL
  • CXC. TO MISS RAWLINSON
  • CXCI. THE PLEASANT RIVER GUSHES
  • CXCII. TO H. F. BROWN
  • CXCIII. TO W. E. HENLEY
  • CXCIV. O HENLEY, IN MY HOURS OF EASE
  • CXCV. ALL THINGS ON EARTH AND SEA
  • CXCVI. ON SOME GHOSTLY COMPANIONS AT A SPA
  • CXCVII. TO CHARLES BAXTER
  • CXCVIII. TO HENRY JAMES
  • CXCIX. HERE YOU REST AMONG THE VALLEYS, MAIDEN KNOWN TO BUT A FEW
  • CC. AND THORNS, BUT DID THE SCULPTOR SPARE
  • CCI. MY BRAIN SWIMS EMPTY AND LIGHT
  • CCII. THE LIGHT-KEEPER
  • CCIII. THE DAUGHTER OF HERODIAS
  • CCIV. THE CRUEL MISTRESS
  • CCV. STORM
  • CCVI. STORMY NIGHTS
  • CCVII. SONG AT DAWN
  • CCVIII. SOLE SCHOLAR OF YOUR COLLEGE I APPEAR
  • CCIX. DARK WOMEN
  • CCX. A VALENTINE
  • CCXI. TO A MIDSHIPMAN
  • CCXII. THE FACES AND THE FORMS OF YORE
  • CCXIII. THE CONSECRATION OF BRAILLE
  • CCXIV. BURLESQUE SONNET
  • CCXV. TO TEUILA
  • CCXVI. TO KO UNG
  • CCXVII. TO KO UNG, THE GODDESS
  • CCXVIII. IN LUPUM
  • CCXIX. IN CHARIDEMUM
  • CCXX. AD NEPOTEM
  • CCXXI. EPITAPHIUM EROTII.
  • CCXXII. AD QUINTILIANUM
  • CCXXIII. DE HORTIS JULII MARTIALIS
  • CCXXIV. IN MAXIMUM
  • CCXXV. AD OLUM
  • CCXXVI. DE CÅ?NATIONE MICAE
  • CCXXVII. AD PISCATOREM
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