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Archibald Lampman

Author Code: OALX

Born: Nov. 17, 1861 - Morpeth, Ontario, Canada

Died: Feb. 10, 1899 - Ottawa, Canada

Educated at Trinity College, Toronto (now the University of Toronto), Lampman graduated with honours in classics in 1882. After a short period of teaching at Orangeville High School, he took a low-paying clerk position at the Post-Office Department in Ottawa. Lampman had been an active contributor to the college magazine, Rouge et Noir and from 1882 had begun to contribute his poems to literary magazines. In 1888, with the financial help of his wife, Maud, he published Among the Millet, and Other Poems. It was a critical success and established Lampman as one of the finest English Canadian poets of his time. With his close friend, the poet Duncan Campbell Scott, and W.W. Campbell, Lampman wrote a weekly column called At The Mermaid Inn, for the Globe during 1892 and 1893. In 1895, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. That year he also published his second volume of poems, Lyrics of Earth, but this wasn't nearly as successful as its predecessor. He was working on the proofs of his third volume, Alcyone, when he died suddenly. Lampman had contracted rheumatic fever when he was aged seven and it is thought that this contributed to his early demise at only 37. Lampman's only other major work was Fairy Tales (1885).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
OALX003 Alcyone
  Alcyone
  Among the Orchards
  Amor Vitæ
  April Night
  The Autumn Waste
  The Better Day
  Chione
  The City of the End of Things
  The City
  The Clearer Self
  To the Cricket
  Evening
  Good Speech
  In March
  Indian Summer
  Inter Vias
  The Islet and the Palm
  The Land of Pallas
  To My Daughter
  The Mystery of a Year
  An Ode to the Hills
  Peccavi, Domine
  Personality
  The Poet's Song
  To the Prophetic Soul
  Refuge
  Sapphics
  The Song of Pan
  The Song Sparrow
  A Thunderstorm
  A Vision of Twilight
  Vivia Perpetua
  Voices of Earth
  War
  We Too Shall Sleep
  White Pansies
  Winter Evening
  Winter-Break
  The Woodcutter's Hut
1899 65 251k eBook Download PDF - 'Alcyone' (OALX003) Find a printed copy of Alcyone by Archibald Lampman at AbeBooks
OALX002 Among the Millet and Other Poems
  Abu Midjan
  Among the Millet
  Among the Timothy
  April
  Aspiration
  An Athenian Reverie
  Autumn Maples
  Ballade of Summer's Sleep
  A Ballade of Waiting
  Before Sleep
  Between the Rapids
  The Child's Music Lesson
  The City
  Comfort
  The Coming of Winter
  Deeds
  Despondency
  The Dog
  Easter Eve
  A Forecast
  Freedom
  The Frogs
  Gentleness
  Heat
  An Impression
  The King's Sabbath
  Knowledge
  Lament of the Winds
  The Little Handmaiden
  The Loons
  Love-Doubt
  Love-Wonder
  March
  The Martyrs
  Midnight
  Midsummer Night
  The Monk
  Morning on the Lièvres
  Music
  New Year's Eve
  A Night of Storm
  In November
  An October Sunset
  In October
  An Old Lesson From the Fields
  One Day
  The Organist
  Outlook
  Passion
  Perfect Love
  The Poets
  A Prayer
  The Railway Station
  Sight
  Sleep
  Solitude
  Song
  Song of the Stream-Drops
  A Song
  Spring on the River
  Storm
  Three Flower Petals
  The Three Pilgrims
  The Truth
  Unrest
  The Weaver
  What Do Poets Want with Gold?
  Why Do Ye Call the Poet Lonely
  Winter
  Winter Hues Recalled
  Winter-Thought
1888 111 375k eBook Download PDF - 'Among the Millet and Other Poems' (OALX002) Find a printed copy of Among the Millet and Other Poems by Archibald Lampman at AbeBooks
OALX001 Lyrics of Earth
  After Rain
  April in the Hills
  At the Ferry
  An Autumn Landscape
  By An Autumn Stream
  The Bird and the Hour
  Cloud-Break
  Comfort of the Fields
  Distance
  Favorites of Pan
  Forest Moods
  God-speed to the Snow
  June
  Life and Nature
  In May
  The Meadow
  The Moon-Path
  In November
  The Poet's Possession
  A Re-Assurance
  The Return of the Year
  September
  Snow
  Snowbirds
  The Sun Cup
  Sunset
  The Sweetness of Life
  Winter-Store
  With the Night
1895 42 235k eBook Download PDF - 'Lyrics of Earth' (OALX001) Find a printed copy of Lyrics of Earth by Archibald Lampman at AbeBooks

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