Jazzybee Verlag, 1968 - 84 psl.
The Ballad as a humble literary type had a certain vogue towards the end of the eighteenth century. It covered the crudest realism as well as the most fantastical romance, and varied in style and treatment as widely as in subject-matter and level of culture. But it hardly held full rank as serious poetry. It was not considered to belong to the literature of culture, but rather to the ruder poetry of the common people. Hence the very title of the new 'experiment', Lyrical Ballads, marked somewhat emphatically the limited pretensions of the supposed single author. In this volume Coleridge as well as Wordsworth joined literary forces.
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THE FOSTERMOTHERS TALE A DRAMATIC FRAGMENT
THE FEMALE VAGRANT
GOODY BLAKE AND HARRY GILL A TRUE STORY
ANECDOTE FOR FATHERS SHEWING HOW THE ART OF LYING
THE LAST OF THE FLOCK
LINES WRITTEN NEAR RICHMOND UPON THE THAMES
LINES WRITTEN A FEW MILES ABOVE TINTERN ABBEY
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babe Beneath beside Betty Betty's birds body breath bright bring child close cold dead dear deep door dreadful face fair father fear feel fire five gone Goody green hand happy Harry hath head hear heard heart heaven hill horse hour idiot boy Johnny land light limbs LINES live look Marinere mind moon moonlight morning moss mother mountain nature never night o'er oh misery once pain past perhaps pleasure pony poor pray round sails seemed seen Ship side silent sleep soon soul sound spirit stand stars stood strange Susan sweet tale tears tell thee There's things thorn thou thought Till tree turned Twas voice wide wild wind wish woman wood young youth