Puslapio vaizdai

Shelley (Percy Bysshe), forgery of his letters, Pr. iv, 185

His boat costs him £80, Pr. iv, 281

Asks Horatio Smith to lend him £400 for Godwin's use, Pr. iv, 273
Contented at Smith's refusal, Pr. iv, 284

His pecuniary position a painful one, Pr. iv, 141

"Ducking" with Henry Reveley, Pr. iv, 198

His intercourse with Byron, Pr. iv, 219, 267, 249; break between
them, Pr. iv, 253 (note), 259

He reads the Greek dramatists and Plato for ever, Pr. iv, 245
Desires to be employed politically at the court of an Indian
prince, Pr. iv, 250

Fracas with a dragoon, Pr. iv, 261, 267

His desire to possess some concentrated prussic acid, Pr. iv, 277
His feelings respecting the calumnies heaped upon him, Pr. iv, 104
His feelings on not being appreciated, Pr. iv, 92

His remarks on the public decision respecting his position as a
poet, Pr. iv, 207

How far he was a careless writer, i, xxi

His printer's copy beautifully written, i, xxiii

Love for out-of-the-way words, iv, 555

View of his birthplace by Arthur Evershed, iv (frontispiece)

House at Marlow, i, xl; view, i, 101

His own portraiture of himself, iii, 20-22; Pr. iii, 28

His portrait by Miss Curran, i, and Pr. i (frontispieces); referred

to, i, xxxix; Pr. i. xxxi

View of his grave by W. B. Scott, iii (frontispiece)

The practical boy and man, not yet appreciated, Pr. i, x

Sudden developement of his moral nature in 1814, Pr. i, xxii

His pedigree, Pr. i, xxxiii-xl

His armorial bearings, Pr. i, xxxv

Last residence, Casa Magni, San Terenzio, Pr. i, xxxiii, 326;

view, Pr. iv (frontispiece)

Plan of the house, Pr. iv, 329

Mrs. Shelley's account of his last days and death, Pr. iv, 326–342
His fearful dream, Pr. iv, 230

Alleged appearance of his fetch, Pr. iv, 331

"Adonais" regarded by Mrs. Shelley as really his own elegy,

Pr. iv, 340

His body burnt, Pr. iv, 339

Shelley (Clara), Shelley's infant daughter, who died at Venice in 1818,

i, 5 (note); Pr. iv, 36, 39

Shelley (Harriett), Letter to Eliza Hitchener, Pr. iii, 378

[ocr errors]

Queen Mab" dedicated to her, iv, 383

Shelley (Hellen), sister of the Poet, iv, 313 (note)

Shelley (Mary Wollstonecraft), her Romance of "Frankenstein,” Pr. iii,
9-14; Pr. iv, 21-24

Letters written during a residence in the environs of Geneva,
Pr. ii, 161

Shelley (Mary Wollstonecraft), "Six Weeks' Tour," edited by Shelley,
Pr. ii, 115; referred to, i, 72; advertisement of it, i, 400

Her Novel, "Valperga," Pr. iv, 192, 206, 275

Gives the copyright of "Valperga" to her father, Pr. iv, 272
Her readings in Greek, Pr. iv, 198

Letter to Mrs. Gisborne on the life near Spezia and Shelley's

death and cremation, Pr. iv, 326–342

Postscript to a letter of Shelley's to Leigh Hunt, Pr. iv, 256

"The Choice," a poem on Shelley's death, i, 1–10

A Dirge, by the author of "Frankenstein," i, 10 (note)

Her Preface to the Posthumous Poems, 1824, iii, 355-359

Her remarks on the Prose Translations, Pr. iii, 149

Her edition of her husband's works, i, xxxiii

Shelley's letters to her, Pr. iv, 29, 183, 187, 208-221, 224, 226,

269, 288

Dedication of "Laon and Cythna" to her, i, 99–106

Stanzas to her with "The Witch of Atlas," iii, 243-244

Poems addressed to her, iii, 364-265, 417; iv, 22

"What Mary is when she a little siniles," iv, 247

Her portrait, Pr. iv, 226

Her note on Williams's Journal, Pr. iv, 325

Her illness, Pr. iv, 328

Shelley (Sir Percy Florence), his birth, Pr. iv, 141

Referred to in his mother's poem on his father's death, i, 1

Dedication to, i, vi

Shelley (Sir Percy and Lady), assistance to the Editor, Pr. i, xxx
Shelley (Sir Timothy) probably joint-author with Shelley of Letter on
the Candidature of Lord Grenville, Pr. iii, 362

His letters to Stockdale, Pr. iii, 407, 412

Shelley (William), Shelley's son who died at Rome in 1819, i, 7 (note);
Pr. iv, 107

Shelley (To William), poem of 1817, iii, 398-400; cancelled passages,
iii, 400

(Poem of 1819, "Thy little footsteps on the sands"), iv, 20
(Poem of 1819, "My lost William, thou in whom'), iv, 21

Ship, steam, building by Henry Reveley, Pr. iv, 129, 146, 154

Sidmouth ("Similes, for two political characters of 1819"), iv, 6–7
Silence, Fragment to (1818), iii, 420-421

Silenus ("The Cyclops'), iv, 189

"Sill," used as an equivalent for "seat," iv, 556

Similes, for two political characters of 1819, iv, 6–7

Sion House, Brentford, Shelley at school there, i, 102 (note), 374 (note)

Sirani (Elisabetta), Guido's Mistress, Pr. iv, 54

Sirens' Island, so called, Pr. iv, 321

Skylark (To a), poem of 1820, ii, 299–304

"Slave," this word altered to "vassal" in "The Cenci," ii, 28

Sleep, statue of, Pr. iii, 72

Sleep, The Desarts of (fragment, 1820), iv, 64

Sleeping and waking, connexion between, Pr. ii, 296

Smith (Horace), Pr. iv, 230, 236

His Sonnet: On a stupendous leg of granite standing by itself in
the deserts of Egypt, iii, 470

Vases sent to him, Pr. iv, 168

Shelley's letters to him, Pr. iv, 238, 266, 272, 284

Smith and Davy, printers of "A Vindication of Natural Diet," Pr. ii, 3
"Snake (The)," Byron's nickname for Shelley, Pr. i, xxiii; Pr. iv, 248
Snake, the great old, of Field Place, Pr. i, xxiii

Society, need of the present system being overthrown, Pr. iv, 168
Socrates, persecution of, Pr. i, 402, 409

Person in the dialogue of "The Banquet," Pr. iii, 167
Person in the dialogue of “Ion,” Pr. iii, 251

His refusal to escape from prison, Pr. iii, 310
Note on his "Dæmon," Pr. iii, 312

Poisoned for combating popular superstition, Pr. i, 417
Soldier, statue of a wounded, Pr. iii, 68

Solitary (The), poem of 1810, iv, 319

Solitude, Spirit of, treated as a spirit of evil, i, 21 (note)
Solomon the Porkman, in "Edipus Tyrannus," ii, 322
Song ("Rarely, rarely, comest thou"), 1821, iv, 77-79
Song for Tasso (1818), iii, 424

Song, on a faded violet (1818), iii, 150

Song of Proserpine gathering Flowers on the Plain of Enna (1820), iv, 40
Song to the Men of England (1819), iv, 4–5

Sonnet England in 1819, iv, 6

Feelings of a Republican on the fall of Bonaparte, i, 56

From the Italian of Dante, i, 57-58

From the Italian of Cavalcanti, iv, 248; refered to i, 57 (note)

("Lift not the painted veil"), iii, 413

Ozymandias, i, 376

Political greatness, iv, 80

To Wordsworth, i, 55

To Byron, iv, 118

To the Nile, iii, 411; fac-simile of MS., iii, 410

Translated from the Greek of Moschus, i, 58

("Ye hasten to the dead !"), iv, 63

Sonnets by Leigh Hunt, Keats, and Horace Smith, iii, 469-470

Sophia (To), poem of 1819, iv, 12-13, 572

Soul known (A), fragment, 1819, iv, 14

Southey, Byron's dedication of first canto of "Don Juan" to, Pr. iv, 39
His "Curse of Kehama" alluded to, Pr. iii, 336

Spaniards, See Ode

Spectral Horseman (The), poem of 1810, iv, 348

Spelling, phonetic, occasionally adopted by Shelley, i, 109 (note)

Spenser, stanza of, adopted by Shelley, i, 92

Allusion to "The Fairy Queen," Pr. iv, 72

His influence upon Shelley in the use of words, i, 408

Spezia, Gulf of, Pr. iv, 332

Spies, infamy of, Pr. ii, 110, 393

Sent out by the Government, Pr. ii, 110

Spinoza on Prophecy, translated from the Latin of his "Tractatus
Theologico-Politicus," Pr. iii, 313-318

Quoted, iv, 503; alluded to, Pr. iv, 312

Spirit, in "Queen Mab," iv, 391

Spirit of the Earth, in "Prometheus Unbound," ii, 148

Spirit of the Moon, in "Prometheus Unbound," ii, 148
Spirit of Nature, in "The Dæmon of the World," i, 66
Spirit of Plato, from the Greek, iv, 231

Spirits, in "Prometheus Unbound," ii, 148

Spirits of the Hours, in "Prometheus Unbound,” ii, 148
Spirits, Chorus of, in the "Ode to Heaven," ii, 287

Spoleto, a romantic city, Pr. iv, 58

Stacey (Miss Sophia), iv, 12 (note)

Stanza: Wealth and Love (1817), iii, 405

Stanza, written at Bracknell (1814), iii, 363

Stanzas, April, 1814, i, 50-51

Stanzas written in dejection near Naples (1818), iii, 151-153

Star (To a), fragment, 1811, iv, 360

"Stedfast," so spelt by Shelley, i, 407; iv, 554

Steindolph, a bandit in "St. Irvyne,” Pr. i, 189
Stella (To), from the Greek of Plato, iv, 230

Stesimbrotus the Thasian, Pr. iii, 253

Stockdale (J. J.), publisher of "St. Irvyne," Pr. i, 163

Letters to him, from Sir T. Shelley and T. J. Hogg, Pr. iii, 407-412
Letters from Shelley to him, Pr. iii, 330–339, 341–342

Shelley's first introduction to him, Pr. iii, 330 (note)

Stockdale's Budget, Pr. iii, 328

Quotation from, respecting "St. Irvyne,” Pr. i, 298
Referred to, Pr. iii, 407 (note)

Strafford (Earl of), character in "Charles I.", iii, 287

Strobazzo (Marchesa Julia di), character in “Zastrozzi,” Pr. i, 30

[ocr errors]

'Strook," obsolete past tense used by Shelley, i, 410; iv, 555

Suetonius, quotation from, Pr. ii, 37

Suffrage, universal, dangerous, Pr. ii, 95

Summer and Winter (poem of 1820), iv, 40-41

Summer-evening (A) Churchyard, Lechlade, Gloucestershire (poem pub-

lished in 1816), i, 54–55

Sun, appearance of the, beyond the Earth's atmosphere, iv, 465


Homer's Hymn to the, iv, 184

Supposed to be hell, Pr. ii, 401

Sun-girt," not "Sea-girt," applied to Venice, i, 362 (note)

Sunset (The), poem of 1816, iii, 380–381

Superstition [an excerpt from "Queen Mab"], i, 56-57

Swellfoot (Tyrant), King of Thebes, in “Edipus Tyrannus," ii, 322

"Swellfoot in Angaria," a portion of the Doric Trilogy of Edipus, ii, 321

Swinburne's "Essays and Studies” quoted, i, 39 (note), 359 (note), 398
Swinish Multitude, Chorus of the, in "Edipus Tyrannus," ii, 322
"Swink," use of the word by Shelley, iii, 474
Switzerland ("Six Weeks' Tour"), Pr. ii, 138
Symplegades, the drear, i, 220

System (A) of Government by Juries, Pr. ii, 322–327
"Système de la Nature" quoted, iv, 484, 496

Taaffe (Mr.), Pr. iv, 261 (note), 314

Called "False Taaffe" by Mrs. Williams, Pr. iv, 316

Tacitus, quotation from, Pr. ii, 37

Tartarian horse, i, 204 (note), 206, 212, 258

"Tartarian," use of the word by Shelley, iii, 473

Tassi's gems, Pr. iv, 198

Tasso, Scene from (poem of 1818), iii, 422-423

Tasso, Song for (1818), iii, 424

Tasso, his handwriting, Pr. iv, 46; his imprisonment, Pr. iv, 47

Taste, bad, in Art, Pr. iii, 305

Taxation, effects of increased, Pr. iv, 138

Tear (The), poem of 1811, iv, 353

Tegel, spectre in the hamlet of, iv, 306 (note)

"Teint," obsolete form of "tint," iv, 555
Tellus, ii, 264

Temple of Genius, i, 126

Of the Spirit, i, 300

Terni, cataract of, Pr. iv, 58

Text of Shelley's poems, authority for the, i, xi

Thames, proposal that Shelley should live near the, Pr. iii, 355

Thamyris (Plato's "Ion"), Pr. iii, 262


The elements respect their Maker's seal !", heading to Chap. 10 of

“St. Irvyne," Pr. i, 269

"The Fiends of fate are heard to rave," heading to Chap. 2 of

"St. Irvyne," Pr. i, 188

Theocritus alluded to, Pr. iv, 140, 144

Theodorus the Samian, Sculptor, Pr. iii, 262

Theosophus in "A Refutation of Deism," Pr. ii, 41

"There is no work, nor device," &c., poem with this motto, i, 52–53

Thetis, statue of, Pr. iii, 67

Thice (Duca di), character in "St. Irvyne," Pr. i, 205

Things, relations of, Pr. ii, 263

Thomas (Pierce), Surveyor of Customs, Holyhead, Letter to Rt. Hon.

R. Ryder, Home Secretary, Pr. iii, 381

Thoughts (fragment, 1817), iii, 406

Thoughts differ from each other, not in kind, but in force, Pr. ii, 284

[ocr errors]

'Thwart," Shelley's use of the word as an adjective, ii, 437

« AnkstesnisTęsti »