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Index A-G

Title

Where to find

A Fragment (“When, to their airy hall, my fathers’ voice”)

Fugitive Pieces (untitled); Hours of Idleness

A parody upon “The Little Grey Man”

Nottinghamshire Poems

A Song for the Suliotes

Byron’s Writings in Greece

A Valentine (“When Beauty lends her aid to Youth”)

Nottinghamshire Poems

A year ago, you swore, fond she!

Poems to Lady Byron

1812

Drury Lane Addresses

Adieu to the Muse

Nottinghamshire Poems

Adrian ’s Address to his Soul, when Dying

Fugitive Pieces, Hours of Idleness

Again deceived! again betrayed!

Nottinghamshire Poems

Age of Bronze, The

The Age of Bronze

Ah Memory torture me no more

Nottinghamshire Poems

Ah, why should hoary age complain

Nottinghamshire Poems

Ah heedless girl!

Nottinghamshire Poems

All is Vanity, Saith the Preacher

Hebrew Melodies

An Occasional Prologue delivered previous to the performance of “The Wheel of Fortune”

Fugitive Pieces, Hours of Idleness

An Ode to the Framers of the Frame Bill

Political Poems

And thou art Dead, as Young and Fair

Love Poems 1811-15

And thy true faith can alter never?

Nottinghamshire Poems

And wilt thou weep when I am low?

Nottinghamshire Poems

Answer to a beautiful poem, written by Montgomery

Fugitive Pieces

Answer to some Elegant Verses, sent by a Friend to the Author, complaining that one of his descriptions was rather too warmly drawn

Fugitive Pieces, Hours of Idleness (retitled “Answer to some elegant verses …”)

Answer to the above, address’d to Miss ——

Fugitive Pieces

Aristomenes

Byron’s Writings in Greece

As by the fixed decrees of Heaven

Nottinghamshire Poems

As the Author was discharging his pistols in a garden ...

Fugitive Pieces

As the Liberty lads o’er the sea

Political Poems

As relics left of saints above

Nottinghamshire Poems

Beppo

Beppo

Blues, The

The Blues

Brave Champions! go on with the farce!

Political Poems, Nottinghamshire Poems

Bride of Abydos , The

The Bride of Abydos

Bright be the Place of thy Soul

Love Poems 1811-15

Bright be the Place of Thy Soul!

Hebrew Melodies

Cain

Cain

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage I and II

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage I and II

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage III

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage III

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage IV

Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage IV

Childish Recollections.

Fugitive Pieces (original version), Hours of Idleness (revised version)

Churchill’s Grave

Poems of Early Exile

Corsair, The

The Corsair and Lara

Could love for ever

Poems for Teresa Guiccioli

Curse of Minerva, The

The Curse of Minerva

Damœtas

Hours of Idleness

Darkness

Poems of Early Exile

Dear Doctor, I have read your play,

Poems about Poets

Deformed Transformed, The

The Deformed Transformed

Devil’s Drive, The

The Devil’s Drive

Don Juan I

Don Juan I

Don Juan II

Don Juan II

Don Juan III

Don Juan III

Don Juan IV

Don Juan IV

Don Juan V

Don Juan V

Don Juan VI

Don Juan VI

Don Juan VII

Don Juan VII

Don Juan VIII

Don Juan VIII

Don Juan IX

Don Juan IX

Don Juan X

Don Juan X

Don Juan XI

Don Juan XI

Don Juan XII

Don Juan XII

Don Juan XIII

Don Juan XIII

Don Juan XIV

Don Juan XIV

Don Juan XV

Don Juan XV

Don Juan XVI

Don Juan XVI

Don Juan XVII

Don Juan XVII

Dream, The

Poems of Early Exile

Egotism – ?αυτ?ν Β?ρων α?ιδει

Nottinghamshire Poems

Elegy on Newstead Abbey

Hours of Idleness

English Bards and Scotch Reviewers

English Bards and Scotch Reviewers

Epilogue to The Merchant of Venice Intended for a Private Theatrical

Drury Lane Addresses

Epistle to Augusta (My sister, my sweet sister – if a name)

Poems of Separation

Episode of Nisus and Euryalus

Fugitive Pieces (16 lines); Hours of Idleness (406 lines)

Epitaph for Joseph Blackett, late Poet and Shoemaker

Poems about Poets

Epitaph on a Friend

Fugitive Pieces (as “Epitaph on a Beloved Friend”) Hours of Idleness (new text)

Epitaph on John Adams of Southwell, a carrier who
died of Drunkenness

Nottinghamshire Poems

Epitaph on Mrs. Byron

Nottinghamshire Poems

Epitaph

Mediterranean Poems

Fare Thee Well!

Poems of Separation and Poems to Lady Byron

Farewell Petition to J.C.H. Esq., Constantinople, June 7th 1810

Mediterranean Poems

Farewell to Malta , May 26th, 1811

Mediterranean Poems

Farewell! if ever Fondest Prayer

Love Poems 1811-15

Fill the Goblet Again!

Nottinghamshire Poems

For Orford and for Waldegrave

Poems about Poets

Fragments of school exercises, from the Prometheus Vinctus of Æschylus

Fugitive Pieces, Hours of Idleness

Francesca of Rimini

Poems for Teresa Guiccioli

Francisca

Hebrew Melodies

From Crown and Mitre Wit alike hath flown,

Political Poems

The Giaour

The Giaour