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—— Agamemnon. Edinburgh Review, vol. 147, 1878, pp. 409-436. Athenaeum, Oct. 27,1877, pp. 525-527. Academy, by J.A. Symonds, Nov. 3, 1877, pp. 419, 420. Literary World (Boston), vol. 13, 1882, p. 419.

—— and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Leisure Hour (with portraits), 1883, pp. 396-404. Manhattan, by K.M. Rowland, June 1884, pp. 553-562.

—— and the Edinburgh Review. Reader, by Gerald Massey, Nov. 26, 1864, pp. 674, 675.

—— and the Epic of Psychology. London Quarterly Review, vol. 32, 1869, pp. 325-357.

—— and the Greek Drama. Manchester Quarterly, by A.S. Wilkins, vol. 2, 1883, pp. 377-390.

—— and James Hussell Lowell. New Englander, vol. 29, 1870, pp. 125-136.

—— and Tennyson. Eclectic Review, vol. 7 N.S., 1864, pp. 361-389. Leisure Hour, Feb. 1890, pp. 231-234.

—— Another Way of Love. Critic (New York), by F.L. Turnbull, Sept. 26, 1885, pp. 151, 152.

—— Aristophanes' Apology. London Quarterly Review, vol. 44, 1875, pp. 354-376. Academy, by J. A. Symonds, April 17, 1875, pp. 389,390. Athenaeum, April 17, 1875, pp. 513, 514.

—— as a Preacher. Dark Blue, by E.D. West, vol. 2, 1872, pp. 171-184, 305-319; same article, Littell's Living Age, vol. 3, pp. 707-723.

—— as a Religious Teacher. Month, by the Rev. John Rickaby, Feb. 1890, pp. 173-190 Good Words, by R.H. Hutton, Feb. 1890, pp. 87-93.

—— as a Teacher. In Memoriam. Gentlemen's Magazine, by Mrs. Alexander Ireland, Feb. 1890, pp. 177-184.

—— as Theologian. Time, by H.W. Massingham, Jan. 1890, pp. 90-96.

—— as a Writer of Plays. Fortnightly Review, by W.L. Courtney, vol. 33 N.S., 1883, pp. 888-900; same article, Eclectic Magazine, vol. 38 N.S., pp. 358-366.

—— Balaustion's Adventure. Contemporary Review, by Matthew Browne, vol.18, 1871, pp. 284-296. Nation, by J.R. Dennett, vol. 13, 1871, pp. 173, 179. Fortnightly Review, by Sidney Colvin, vol. 10 N.S., 1871, pp. 478-490. Edinburgh Review, vol. 135, 1872, pp. 221-249. London Quarterly Review, vol. 37, 1871, pp. 346-368. Athenaeum, Aug. 12, 1871, pp. 199, 200. Penn Monthly, by R.E. Thompson, vol. 6, 1875, pp. 928-940. St. Paul's Magazine, by E.J. Hasell, vol. 12, 1873, pp. 680-699; vol. 13, pp. 49-66. Pioneer, Oct. 1887, pp. 159-162.

—— Bells and Pomegranates. Christian Remembrancer, vol. 11 N.S., 1846, pp. 316-330. People's Journal, by H.F. Chorley, vol. 2, 1847, pp. 38-40, 104-106.

—— Browning Society. Saturday Review, vol. 53, 1882, pp. 12, 13; vol. 58, 1884, pp. 721, 722.

—— Childe Roland. Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, by the Rev. W.A. O'Conor, vol. 3, 1877, pp. 12-25. Critic (New York), by J.E. Cooke, vol. 8, 1886, pp. 201, 202, and by A. Bates, pp. 231, 232.

—— —— Childe Roland, Childe Harold, and the Sangrail. Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, by John Mortimer, vol. 3, 1877, pp. 26-31.

—— Christmas Eve and Easter-Day. Prospective Review, vol. 6, 1850, pp. 267-279. Littell's Living Age (from the Examiner), vol. 25, pp. 403-409. The Germ, No. 4, by W.M. Rossetti, pp. 187-192. Day of Rest, by George MacDonald, vol. 1, 1873, pp. 34-36, 55, 56.

—— Clubs in the United States. Literary World (Boston), by H. Corson, vol. 14, 1883, p. 127.

—— Day with the Brownings at Pratolino. Scribner's Monthly, by E.C. Kinney, vol. 1, 1870, pp. 185-188.

—— Dead in Venice. (Verses.) Athenaeum, Dec. 21, 1889, p. 860.

—— The "Detachment" of. Athenaeum, Jan. 4, 1890, pp. 18, 19.

—— Dramatic Idyls. Fortnightly Review, by Grant Allen, vol.26 N.S., 1879, pp.149-154. Contemporary Review, by Mrs. Sutherland Orr, vol. 35, 1879, pp. 289-302. Saturday Review, June 21, 1879, pp. 774, 775. Fraser's Magazine, vol. 20 N.S., 1879, pp. 103-124. St. James's Magazine, by T. Bayne, vol. 8, fourth series, 1880, pp. 108-118. Athenaeum, May 10, 1879, pp. 593-595. Academy, by Frank Wedmore, May 10, 1879, pp. 403, 404. Athenaeum, July 10, 1880, pp. 39-41. Literary World, July 23, 1880, pp. 49-51.

—— Dramatis Personae. St. James's Magazine, by R. Bell, vol. 10, 1864, pp. 477-491. New Monthly Magazine, by T.F. Wedmore, vol. 133, 1865, pp.186-194. Dublin University Magazine, vol. 64, 1864, pp. 573-579. Eclectic Review, by E. Paxton Hood, vol. 7 N.S., 1864, pp. 62-72.

—— Early Writings of. Century, by E.W. Gosse, vol. 23, 1881, pp. 189-200.

—— Ferishtah's Fancies. Athenaeum, Dec. 6, 1884, pp. 725-727. Saturday Review, vol. 58, 1884, pp. 727, 728. Spectator, Dec. 6, 1884, pp. 1614-1616. Academy, by H.C. Beeching, Dec. 13, 1884, pp. 385, 386. Critic (New York), Dec. 1884, p. 279. Oxford Magazine, vol. 3, 1885, pp. 161, 162.

—— Fifine at the Fair. Old and New, by C. C. Everett, vol. 6, 1872, pp. 609-615. Canadian Monthly, by Goldwin Smith, vol. 2, 1872, pp. 285-287. Temple Bar, vol. 37, 1873, pp. 315-328. Literary World, July 12, 1872, pp. 17, 18, and July 19, pp.42, 43. Fortnightly Review, by Sidney Colvin, vol. 12 N.S., 1872, pp. 118-120. Saturday Review, vol. 34, 1872, pp. 220, 221.

—— First Poem of St. James's Magazine, vol. 7 N.S., 1871, pp. 485-496.

—— Funeral of. Scots Magazine, by Elizabeth R. Chapman, Feb. 1890, pp. 216-223.

—— Handbook to the Works of, Orr's. Academy, by J.T. Nettleship, vol. 27, 1885, pp. 429-431. Athenaeum, Sept. 26, 1885, pp. 396, 397.

—— in 1869. Cornhill Magazine, vol. 19, 1869, pp. 249-256.

—— In a Balcony. Theatre, by H.L. Mosely, May 1, 1885, pp. 225-230.

—— In Memoriam. New Review, by Edmund W. Gosse, Jan. 1890, pp. 91-96.

—— Inn Album. Macmillan's Magazine, by A.C. Bradley, vol. 33, 1876, pp. 347-354. Nation, by Henry James, junr., vol. 22, 1876, pp. 49,50. International Review, by Bayard Taylor, vol. 3, 1876, pp. 402-404. Athenaeum, Nov. 27, 1875, pp. 701, 702. Academy, by J.A. Symonds, Nov. 27, 1875, pp. 543, 544. Spectator, December 11, 1875, pp. 1555-1557, Examiner, Dec. 11, 1875, pp. 1389-1390.

—— in Westminster Abbey. Speaker, by Henry James, Jan. 4, 1890, pp. 10-12.

—— Jocoseria. National Review, by W.J. Courtliope, vol. 1, 1883, pp. 548-561. Atlantic Monthly, vol. 51, 1883, pp. 840-845. Cambridge Review, vol. 4, 1883, pp. 352, 353. Gentleman's Magazine, by R.H. Shepherd, vol. 254, 1883, pp. 624 630. Academy, by J.A. Symonds, vol. 23, 1883, pp. 213, 214. Athenaeum, March 24, 1883, pp. 367, 358. Saturday Review, vol. 55, 1883, pp. 376, 377. Spectator, March 17, 1883, pp. 351-353.

—— Kingsland's. Literary Opinion, May 1, 1887.

—— La Saisiaz. The Two Poets of Croisic. Academy, by G.A. Simcox, vol. 13, 1878, pp. 478-480. Athenaeum, May 25, 1878, pp. 661-664. Saturday Review, June 15, 1878, pp. 759, 760.

—— Love Poems of. Journal of Education, by Arthur Sidgwick, May 1, 1882, pp.139-143.

—— Lyrical and Dramatic Poems. Literary World (Boston), Feb. 24, 1883, p. 58.

—— Men and Women. Bentley's Miscellany, vol. 39, 1856, pp. 64-70. British Quarterly Review, vol. 23, 1856, pp. 151-180. Rambler, vol. 5 N.S., 1856, pp. 55-71. Christian Remembrancer, vol. 31 N.S., 1856, pp. 281-294; vol. 34 N.S., 1857, pp. 361-890. Dublin University Magazine, vol. 47, 1856, pp. 673-675. Fraser's Magazine, by G. Brimley, vol. 53, 1856, pp. 105-116. Irish Quarterly Review, vol. 6, 1856, pp. 21-28. Westminster Review, vol. 9 N.S., 1856, pp. 290-296.

—— Note on. Art Review, by W. Mortimer, Jan. 1890, pp. 28-32.

—— One Way of Love. Literary World (Boston), by C.R. Corson, July 26, 1884, pp. 250, 251.

—— Pacchiarolto. Academy, by Edward Dowden, July 29, 1876, pp. 99, 100. Athenaeum, July 22, 1876, pp. 101, 102.

—— Paracelsus. New Monthly Magazine, by John Forster, vol. 46, 1836, pp.289-308. Examiner, by John Forster, Sept. 6, 1835, pp. 563-565. Theologian, vol. 2, 1845, pp. 276-282. Monthly Repository, by W.J. Fox, vol. 9 N.S., 1835, pp. 716-727. Fraser's Magazine, by J. Heraud, vol. 13, 1836, pp. 363-374. Leigh Hunt's Journal, vol. 2, 1835, pp. 405-408. Revue des Deux Mondes, by Philarete Chasles, tom, xxii., 1840, pp. 127-133.

—— Parleyings with Certain People. Literary Opinion, March 1, 1887.

—— Pauline. Monthly Repository, by W. J. Fox, vol. 7 N.S., 1833, pp. 252-262. Athenaeum, April 6, 1833, p. 216.

—— Place of, in Literature. Contemporary Review, by Mrs. Sutherland-Orr, vol. 23, 1874, pp. 934-965; same article, Littell's Living Age, vol. 122, pp. 67-85.

—— Plays and Poems. North American Review, by J. R. Lowell, vol. 66, 1848, pp.357-400.

—— Poems. British Quarterly Review, vol. 6, 1847, pp. 490-509. Eclectic Review, vol. 26 N.S., 1849, pp. 203-214. Eclectic Magazine, vol. 18, 1849, pp. 453-469. Christian Examiner, by C. C. Everett, vol. 48, 1850, pp. 361-372. Massachusetts Quarterly Review, vol. 3, 1850, pp. 347-385. Fraser's Magazine, vol. 43, 1851, pp. 170-182. Putnam's Monthly Magazine, vol. 7, 1856, pp. 372-381. North British Review, vol. 34, 1861, pp. 350-374. Chambers's Journal, vol. 19, 1863, pp. 91-95; vol. 20, pp. 39-41. National Review, vol. 17, 1863, pp. 417-446. Eclectic Review, by E. P. Hood, vol. 4 N.S., 1863, pp. 436-454; vol. 7 N.S., 1864, pp. 62-72. Edinburgh Review, vol. 120, 1864, pp. 537-565. Christian Examiner, by C. C. Everett, vol. 77, 1864, pp. 51-64. Quarterly Review, vol. 118, 1865, pp. 77-105. Nuova Antologia di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, by Enrico Nencioni, July 1867, pp. 468-481. North British Review, by J. Hutchinson Stirling, vol. 49, 1868, pp. 353-408. Temple Bar, by Alfred Austin, vol. 26, 1869, pp. 316-333; vol. 27, pp. 170-186; vol. 28, pp. 33-48. British Quarterly Review, vol. 49, 1869, pp. 435-459. Saint Paul's Magazine, by S.J. H[asell], vol. 7, 1871, pp.257-276; same article, Eclectic Magazine, vol. 13 N.S., pp. 267-279, and in Littell's Living Age, vol. 108, pp. 155-166. Church Quarterly Review, by the Hon. and Rev. Arthur Lyttleton, vol. 7, 1878, pp. 65-92. Cambridge Review, vol. 3, 1881, pp. 126, 127. Scottish Review, vol. 2, 1883, pp. 349-358. London Quarterly Review, vol. 65, 1886, pp. 238-250.

—— Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau. New Englander, by J. S. Sewall, vol. 33, 1874, pp. 493-505. Examiner, Dec. 23, 1871, pp. 1267, 1268. Academy, by G. A. Simcox, Jan. 15, 1872, pp. 24-26. Literary World, Jan. 5, 1872, pp. 8, 9.

—— Red Cotton Night-Cap Country. Nation, by J.K. Dennett, vol. 17, 1873, pp. 116-118. Contemporary Review, by Mrs. Sutherland-Orr, vol. 22, 1873, pp. 87-106. Penn Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, 1873, pp. 657-661. Athenaeum, May 10, 1873, pp. 593, 594.

—— Ring and the Book. Athenaeum, Dec. 26, 1868, pp. 875, 876; March 20, 1869, pp. 399, 400. Edinburgh Review, vol. 130, 1869, pp. 164-186. Dublin Review, vol. 13 N.S., 1869, pp. 48-62. Chambers's Journal, July 24, 1869, pp. 473-476. Fortnightly Review, by John Morley, vol. 5 N.S., 1869, pp.331-343. Macmillan's Magazine, by J.A. Symonds, vol. 19, 1869, pp. 258-262, and by J.R. Mozley, pp. 544-552. North American Review, by E.J. Cutler, vol. 109, 1869, pp.279-283. Nation, by J.R. Dennett, vol. 8, 1869, pp. 135, 136. Tinsley's Magazine, vol. 3, 1869, pp. 665-674. Christian Examiner, by J.W. Chadwick, vol. 86, 1869, pp. 295-315. Gentleman's Magazine, by James Thomson, vol.251, 1881, pp.682-695. St. James's Magazine, vol. 2 N.S., 1869, pp. 460-464. Saint Paul's, vol. 7, 1871, pp. 377-397; same article, Eclectic Magazine, vol. 13 N.S., pp. 400-412, and in Littell's Living Age, vol. 108, pp. 771-783. North British Review, vol. 51, 1870, pp. 97-126. Quarterly Review, vol. 126, 1869, pp. 328-359.

—— —— Some of the Teaching of "The Ring and the Book." Poet-Lore, by F.B. Hornbrooke, July 1889, pp. 314-320.

—— Science of. Poet-Lore, by Edward Berdoe, Aug. 15, 1889, pp. 353-362.

—— Selections from. London Quarterly Review, by Frank T. Marzials, vol. 20, 1863, pp. 527-532. Literary World, May 19, 1883, p. 157.

—— Sequence of Sonnets on death of. Fortnightly Review, by Algernon C. Swinburne, Jan. 1890, pp. 1-4.

—— Some Thoughts on. Macmillan's Magazine, by M.A. Lewis, vol. 46, 1882, pp. 205-219; same article, Littell's Living Age, vol. 154, pp. 238-246.

—— Sonnets to. Macmillan's Magazine, by Aubrey de Vere, Feb. 1890, p. 258. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, by Sir Theodore Martin, Jan. 1890, p. 112. Household Words, vol. 4, 1852, p. 213.

—— Sonnets of. Manchester Quarterly, by Benjamin Sagar, vol. 6, 1887, pp.148-159.

—— Sordello. Fraser's Magazine, by E. Dowden, vol. 76, pp. 518-530. Macmillan's Magazine, by R.W. Church, vol. 55, 1887, pp. 241-253.

—— —— Sordello at the East End. Journal of Education, July 1, 1885, pp. 281-283.

—— Stories from, Holland's. Academy, by J. A. Blaikie, vol. 22, 1882, pp. 287, 288.

—— Strafford: a Tragedy. Edinburgh Review, vol. 65, 1837, pp. 132-151.

—— Study of. Overland Monthly, by Caroline Le Conte, vol. 3, 2nd series, 1884, pp. 645-651. Literary World (Boston), vol. 17, 1886, p. 44.

—— Two Sonnets to. New Monthly Magazine, vol. 48, 1835, p. 48.

—— Types of Womanhood. Woman's World, by Annie E. Ireland, Nov. 1889, pp. 47-50.

—— Verses on. Art Review (with portrait), by William Sharp, Feb. 1890, pp.33-36. Murray's Magazine, by Rev. H.D. Rawnsley, Feb. 1890, pp. 145-150. Belford's Magazine (poem of 20 six-line stanzas), by William Sharp, March 1890.

—— Wordsworth and Tennyson. National Review, by Walter Bagehot, vol. 19, 1864, pp. 27-67; reprinted in "Literary Studies", 1879; same article, Eclectic Magazine, vol. 1 N.S., pp.273-284, 415-427, and in Littell's Living Age, vol. 84, pp. 3-24.

VII. CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF WORKS,

Pauline 1833

Paracelsus 1835

Strafford 1837

Sordello 1840

Pippa Passes (Bells and Pomegranates, No. I.). 1841

King Victor and King Charles (Bells and Pomegranates, No. II.) 1842

Dramatic Lyrics (Bells and Pomegranates, No. III). 1842 Cavalier Times. I. Marching Along. II. Give a Rouse. III. My Wife Gertrude. Italy and France. I. Italy. II. France. Camp and Cloister. I. Camp (French). II. Cloister (Spanish). In a Gondola. Artemis Prologuizes. Waring. Queen Worship. I. Eudel and the Lady of Tripoli. II. Christina. Madhouse Cells. I. Johannes Agricola. II. Porphyria. Through the Metidja. The Pied Piper of Hamelin.

The Return of the Druses (Bells and Pomegranates, No. IV.) 1843

A Blot in the 'Scutcheon (Bells and Pomegranates, No. V.) 1843

Colombo's Birthday (Bells and Pomegranates, No. VI.) 1844

Dramatic Romances and Lyrics (Bells and Pomegranates, No. VII.) 1845 How they brought the Good News. Pictor Ignotus. Italy in England. England in Italy. The Lost Leader. The Lost Mistress. Home Thoughts from Abroad. The Tomb at St. Praxeil's. Garden Fancies. I. The Flower's Name. II. Sibrandus Schafnaburgensis. France and Spain. I. The Laboratory. II. The Confessional. The Flight of the Duchess. Earth's Immortalities. Song. The Boy and the Angel. Night and Morning. Claret and Tokay. Saul. Time's Revenges. The Glove.

Luria. } A Soul's Tragedy. } (Bells and Pomegranates, No. VIII.) 1846

Christmas Eve and Easter-Day 1850

Introductory Essay to Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley 1852

Men and Women 1855 Vol. I. Love among the ruins. A Lover's Quarrel. Evelyn Hope. Up at a Villa—Down In the City. A Woman's Last Word. Fra Lippo Lippi. A Toccata of Galuppi's. By the Fireside. Any Wife to any Husband. An Epistle of Karshish, Mesmerism. A Serenade at the Villa. My Star. Instans Tyrannus. A Pretty Woman. "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower came." Respectability. A Light Woman. The Statue and the Bust. Love in a Life. Life in a Love. How it strikes a Contemporary. The Last Ride Together. The Patriot. Master Hugues of Saxe-Gotha. Bishop Blougram's Apology. Memorabilia. Vol. II. Andrea del Sarto. Before. After. In Three Days. In a Year. Old Pictures in Florence. In a Balcony. Saul. "De Gustibus ——" Women and Roses. Protus. Holy-Cross Day. The Guardian-Angel. Cleon. The Twins. Popularity. The Heretic's Tragedy. Two in the Campagna. A Grammarian's Funeral. One Way of Love. Another Way of Love. "Transcendentalism." Misconceptions. One Word More.

Dramatis Personae 1864 James Lee. Gold Hair. The Worst of It. Dis Aliter Visum. Too Late. Abt Vogler. Rabbi Ben Ezra. A Death in the Desert. Caliban upon Setebos. Confessions. May and Death. Prospice. Youth and Art. A Face. A Likeness. Mr. Sludge. Apparent Failure. Epilogue.

The Ring and the Book 1868-69

Balaustion's Adventure 1871

Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau 1871

Fifine at the Fair 1872

Red Cotton Night-Cap Country 1873

Aristophanes' Apology 1875

The Inn Album 1875

Pacchiarotto, and other Poems 1876 Prologue. Of Pacchiarotto. At the "Mermaid." House. Shop. Pisgah Sights, I. and II. Fears and Scruples. Natural Magic. Magical Nature. Bifurcation. Numpholeptos. Appearances. St. Martin's Summer. Herve Riel. (Reprinted from Cornhill Magazine, March 1871.) A Forgiveness. Cenciaja. Filippo Baldinucci. Epilogue.

The Agamemnon of AEschylus 1877

La Saisiaz 1878

The Two Poets of Croisie 1878

Dramatic Idyls 1879-80 Series I. Martin Relph. Pheidippides. Halbert and Hob. Ivan Ivanovitch. Tray. Ned Bratts. Series II. Proem. Echetlos. Clive. Muleykeh. Pietro of Abano. Doctor —— Pan and Luna. Epilogue.

Jocoseria 1883 Wanting is—What? Donald. Solomon and Balkis. Cristina and Monaldeschi. Mary Wollstonecraft and Fuseli. Adam, Lilith, and Eve. Ixion. Jochanan Hakkadosh. Never the Time and the Place. Pambo.

Ferishtah's Fancies 1884 Prologue. Ferishtah's Fancies 1. The Eagle. 2. Melon-Seller. 3. Shah Abbas. 4. The Family. 5. The Sun. 6. Mihrab Shah. 7. A Camel-Driver. 8. Two Camels. 9. Cherries. 10. Plot-Culture. 11. A Pillar at Sebzevah. 12. A Bean-stripe; also Apple-Eating. Epilogue.

Parleyings with Certain People 1887 Apollo and the Fates—a Prologue. I. With Bernard de Mandeville. II. With Daniel Bartoli. III. With Christopher Smart. IV. With George Babb Dodington. V. With Francis Furini VI. With Gerard de Lairesse. VII. With Charles Avison. Fust and his Friends—an Epilogue.

Asolando 1890 Prologue. Rosny. Dubiety. Now. Humility. Poetics. Summum Bonum. A Pearl, a Girl. Speculative. White Witchcraft. Bad Dreams Inapprehensiveness. Which? The Cardinal and the Dog. The Pope and the Net. The Bean-Feast. Muckle-mouth Meg. Arcades Ambo. The Lady and the Painter. Ponte dell' Angelo, Venice. Beatrice Signorini. Flute-music, with an Accompaniment. "Imperante Augusto natus est ——" Development. Rephan. Reverie. Epilogue.



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