The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

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Read Books, Jul 1, 2006 - Poetry - 692 pages
Originally published in 1892, this edition contains all those works that made the name of Shelley immortal. To these have been added the verses and ballad from his boyish novel of "St. Irvyne; or, the Rosicrucian," and the "Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson," a burlesque production, in which he was assisted by his friend Hogg, and which was published during his first term at University College, under the name of John Fitz Victor. Contents Include: Queen mab - The Demon of the World - Alastor; Or; The Spirit of Solitude - The Revolt of Islam - Rosalind and Helen - Prometheus Unbound - The Cenci - Epipsychidion - Adonais - Hellas - The Witch of Atlas - Julian and Maddalo; A Conversation - Satires - Early Poems - Miscellaneous Poems - Sonnets - Translations - Posthumous Poems - Posthumous Fragments By Margaret Nicholson

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