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100 1  Shelley, Percy Bysshe,|d1792-1822. 
240 10 Works.|kSelections.|f2002 
245 10 Shelley's poetry and prose :|bauthoritative texts, 
       criticism /|cselected and edited by Donald H. Reiman and 
       Neil Fraistat. 
250    Second edition. 
264  1 New York :|bNorton,|c[2002] 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    xxii, 786 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 775-783) and 
505 00 |tThe Poems --|tfrom The Esdaile Notebook --|tTo the 
       Emperors of Russia and Austria ... --|tSonnet: To a 
       balloon, laden with Knowledge --|tZeinab and Kathema --
       |tThe Retrospect --|tQueen Mab --|tAlastor --|tStanzas.--
       April, 1814 --|tMutability ("We are as clouds") --|tTo 
       Wordsworth --|tHymn to Intellectual Beauty --|tMont Blanc 
       --|tfrom Laon and Cythna (later The Revolt of Islam) --
       |tCanto IX, stanzas xx-xxviii --|tTo Constantia --
       |tOzymandias --|tLines written among the Euganean Hills --
       |tJulian and Maddalo --|tStanzas written in Dejection--
       December 1818, Near Naples --|tThe Two Spirits--An 
       Allegory --|tThe Cenci --|tPrometheus Unbound --|tThe 
       Sensitive-Plant --|tOde to Heaven --|tOde to the West Wind
       --|tThe Cloud --|tTo a Sky-Lark --|tOde to Liberty --|tThe
       Mask of Anarchy --|t[Sonnet:] England in 1819 --|tSonnet: 
       To the Republic of Benevento --|tSonnet ("Lift not the 
       painted veil") --|tSonnet ("Ye hasten to the grave!") --
       |tLetter to Maria Gisborne --|tPeter Bell the Third --
       |tThe Witch of Atlas --|tSong of Apollo --|tSong of Pan --
       |tEpipsychidion --|tAdonais --|tHellas --|tWritten on 
       Hearing the News of the Death of Napoleon --|tThe Indian 
       Girl's Song --|tSong ("Rarely, rarely comest thou") --
       |tThe Flower That Smiles Today --|tMemory --|tTo--("Music,
       when soft voices die") --|tWhen Passion's Trance Is 
       Overpast --|tTo Jane. The Invitation --|tTo Jane. The 
       Recollection --|tOne Word Is Too Often Profaned --|tThe 
       Serpent Is Shut Out from Paradise --|tWith a Guitar. To 
       Jane. --|tTo Jane ("The keen stars were twinkling") --
       |tLines written in the Bay of Lerici. 
520    Poems -- Prose -- Criticism -- Selected bibliography -- 
       Index of titles and first lines. 
600 10 Shelley, Percy Bysshe,|d1792-1822|xCriticism and 
600 17 Shelley, Percy Bysshe,|d1792-1822.|2fast 
655  7 Criticism, interpretation, etc.|2fast 
700 1  Reiman, Donald H. 
700 1  Fraistat, Neil,|d1952- 
830  0 Norton critical edition. 
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