y The Poems of Gilbert White selected work   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 1919 1919
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Notes

  • Dedication: To the memory of M.E.W. this book is dedicated.
  • Author's note: Most of these poems have been printed privately, with a very limited circulation, or in Australian papers. "Australia : 1913" and "Australia : 1917" were published in the Sydney Morning Herald. A few have never been printed before.
  • Introduction by Sir Herbert Warren K.C.V.O., D.C.L. Professor of Poetry, Oxford University.
  • The book is divided into three sections: Nature, Man and God.

Contents

* Contents derived from the London,
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Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge , 1919 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Visioni"From the Barrier steep where the breakers leap,", Gilbert White , 1910 single work poetry (p. 11-14)
Nighti"Sleep the mountains wrapped in purple", Gilbert White , 1895 single work poetry (p. 15 - 17)
Sea Sleepi"Still sleeps the sea, criss-crossed with seams,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 18 - 19)
Things that are Seeni"Weary was I of the work's fret,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 20 - 22)
Sunseti"Across the moor the darkling shadows fall", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 23)
At Nighti"The moon, a slender crescent, burnished from afar", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 24)
The Seai"Thou might ocean, where we pass upborne", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 25 - 6)
Nooni"The brown earth shrinks in a voiceless swoon", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 27 - 8)
The Blue Mountainsi"O silent calm of God, that o'er the eternal hills", Gilbert White , 1910 single work poetry (p. 29 - 31)
The Wanderersi"Far adown the ages", Gilbert White , 1910 single work poetry (p. 32 - 6)
Gairlochi"Friends who have your Paradise", Gilbert White , 1910 single work poetry (p. 37 - 40)
By the Riveri"With weary wings flying,", Gilbert White , 1910 single work poetry (p. 41 - 2)
Australia: 1913i"O land of the good grass plains,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 45 - 8)
Australia: 1917i"Across the equator's calm,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 49 - 51)
Australia: 1918i"Great Southern land, whose sons at duty's call", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 52)
A Woman's Calli"O brother, will you go for me,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 53)
A Prayer for Christendomi"With anguish torn, by shame o'erborne,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 54)
1918i"We are but human if sometimes we fear", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 55)
Holy Week: 1918i"To this the world has come. This holy week,", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 56)
Belgiumi"And so, amid the crash of giant shells", Gilbert White , 1919 single work poetry (p. 57)

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