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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 381 pages of information about A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.).

NON-CLASSIFIED POEMS CONTINUED.

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS—­INCLUDING SONGS, LEGENDS, DRAMATIC
POEMS, AND EPISODES.

“The Lost Leader.”  “Nationality in Drinks.”  “Garden
Fancies—­I.  The Flower’s Name.”  “Earth’s Immortalities.” 
“Home-Thoughts, from the Sea.”  “My Star.”  “Misconceptions.” 
“A Pretty Woman.”  “Women and Roses.”  “Before.”  “After.” 
“Memorabilia.”  “The Last Ride Together.”  “A Grammarian’s
Funeral.”  “Johannes Agricola in Meditation.”  “Confessions.” 
“May and Death.”  “Youth and Art.”  “A Likeness.” 
“Appearances.”  “St. Martin’s Summer.”  Prologue to “La
Saisiaz.”  “Cavalier Tunes.”  “How they Brought the Good News
from Ghent to Aix.”  “Song.”  “Incident of the French Camp.” 
“Count Gismond.”  “The Boy and the Angel.”  “The Glove.”  “The
Twins.”  “The Pied Piper of Hamelin; a Child’s Story.”  “Gold
Hair:  a Story of Pornic.”  “Herve Riel.”  “Through the Metidja
to Abd-el-Kadr.”  “Meeting at night.”  “Parting at Morning.” 
“The Patriot:  an Old Story.”  “Instans Tyrannus.” 
“Mesmerism.”  “Time’s Revenges.”  “The Italian in England.” 
“Protus.”  “Apparent Failure.”  “Waring” 289

CONCLUDING GROUP.

DRAMATIC IDYLS.  JOCOSERIA.

DRAMATIC IDYLS, I. SERIES:  “Martin Relph.”  “Pheidippides.” 
“Halbert and Hob.”  “Ivan Ivanovitch.”  “Tray.”  “Ned Bratts.” 
DRAMATIC IDYLS, II.  SERIES.  “Prologue.”  “Echetlos.”  “Clive.” 
“Muleykeh.”  “Pietro of Abano.”  “Doctor ——.”  “Pan and
Luna.”  “Epilogue.”  “Jocoseria.”  “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” 308

SUPPLEMENT.

Ferishtah’s Fancies 331

Parleyings with Certain People of Importance in their day: 
To wit:  Bernard de Mandeville, Daniel Bartoli, Christopher
Smart, George Bubb Dodington, Francis Furini, Gerard de
Lairesse, and Charles Avison.  Introduced by a Dialogue
between Apollo and the Fates:  concluded by Another between
John Fust and his Friends. 339

NOTE 363

BIBLIOGRAPHY 365

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BROWNING’S WORKS 395

INDEX TO FIRST LINES OF POEMS 411

INDEX 417

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