By George Gordon Byron Byron, Ernest Hartley Coleridge
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A modest Monologue you here survey, Hissed from the theatre the "other day," As if Sir Fretful wrote "the slumberous" verse, And gave his son "the rubbish" to rehearse. "Yet at the thing you'd never be amazed," Knew you the rumpus which the Author raised; "Nor even here your smiles would be represt," Knew you these lines—the badness of the best, 10 "Flame! fire! ) "Dread metaphors" which open wounds like issues! "And sleeping pangs awake—and——But away"— (Confound me if I know what next to say).
44) is in the Library of Windsor Castle. It has been reproduced for this volume by the gracious permission of Her Majesty the Queen. ERNEST HARTLEY COLERIDGE. April 18, 1900. CONTENTS OF VOL. III. Preface to Vol. III. of the Poems v Introduction to Occasional Pieces (Poems 1809-1813; Poems 1814-1816) xix Poems 1809-1813. The Girl of Cadiz. First published in Works of Lord Byron, 1832, viii. 56 1 Lines written in an Album, at Malta. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 4 To Florence. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 5 Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm.
First published in Works of Lord Byron, 1832, viii. 56 1 Lines written in an Album, at Malta. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 4 To Florence. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 5 Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 7 Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian Gulf. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 11 The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown! First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to) 12 Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos.