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William Watson

Author Code: ESWW

Born: Aug. 2, 1858 - Burley-in-Wharfedale, England

Died: Aug. 11, 1935 - Rottingdean, Sussex, England

Watson produced his first volume of poems, The Prince's Quest, in 1880. It wasn't until the publication of Wordsworh's Grave in 1890 that he became firmly established in literary circles. His work was greatly admired at the time,but interest in Watson declined after the First World War. After suffering a breakdown in 1892, he was bypassed for Poet Laureate, a position taken by Alfred Austin. In 1894, he published Odes and Other Poems which was well-received. Watson was a pacifist, writing anti-Boer War poems, but he took on a completely diffrerent view of the First World War. His many works include Epigrams of Art, Life and Nature (1884), Lachrymae Musarum (1892), Eloping Angels: A Caprice (1893), The Poems of William Watson (1893), Ode on the Coronation of King Edward VII (1898), Selected Poems (1903), New Poems (1909), Sable and Purple (1910), The Muse in Exile (1913) and Penecroft. A Plea for the Older Ways (1916).

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ESWW001 The Poems of William Watson
  To ----
  After Reading "Tamburlaine the Great"
  The Alps
  "And TheseAre These Indeed the End"
  Angelo
  Antony At Actium
  Art
  Art Maxims
  At the Grave of Charles Lamb, in Edmonton
  To Austin Dobson
  Autumn
  The Ballad of the "Britain's Pride"
  Beauty's Metempsychosis
  Beethoven
  The Blind Summit
  Byron the Voluptuary
  The Cathedral Spire
  Changed Voices
  A Child's Hair
  Columbus
  Dedication of "The Dream of Man"
  The Dream of Man
  To Edward Clodd
  To Edward Dowden
  The Empty Nest
  England and Her Colonies
  England My Mother
  England to Ireland
  The English Dead
  Epigrams
  An Epistle
  An Epitaph
  Felicity
  The Flight of Youth
  Foreign Menace
  "The Foresters"
  To A Friend
  The Fugitive Ideal
  The Glimpse
  God-Seeking
  A Golden Hour
  Gordon
  Gordon (Concluded)
  The Great Misgiving
  Hasheen
  History
  Home-Rootedness
  In Laleham Churchyard
  Ireland
  To James Bromley with "Wordsworth's Grave"
  Keats
  The Key-board
  Lachrymæ Musarum
  Last Word: to the Colonies
  Liberty Rejected
  Life Without Health
  Lines
  Lines in A Flyleaf of "Christabel"
  Lines to Our New Censor
  To Lord Tennyson
  Love Outloved
  Love's Astrology
  The Lute-Player
  Lux Perdita
  A Maiden's Epitaph
  Mensis Lacrimarum
  The Metropolitan Underground Railway
  Michelangelo's "Moses"
  The Mock Self
  "Nay, Bid Me Not My Cares to Leave"
  Night
  Nightmare
  On Dürer's Melencolia
  On Exaggerated Deference to Foreign Literary Opinion
  On Landor's "Hellenics"
  On Longfellows Death
  Our Eastern Treasure
  The Play of "King Lear"
  To A Poet
  The Political Luminary
  Prelude
  The Prince's Quest
  The Questioner
  The Raven's Shadow
  Reluctant Summer
  Reported Concessions
  Restored Allegiance
  The River
  The Ruined Abbey
  The Russ At Kara
  "Scentless Flowrs I Bring Thee"
  To A Seabird
  Shelley and Harriet Westbrook
  Shelley's Centenary
  Sketch of A Political Character
  Skyfaring
  Song
  A Song of Three Singers
  The Soudanese
  A Sunset
  Tantalus
  "The Things That Are More Excellent"
  Three Eternities
  Three Flowers
  "Thy Voice From Inmost Dreamland Calls"
  The True Patriotism
  "Under the Dark and Piny Steep"
  Vanishings
  "Well He Slumbers, Greatly Slain"
  "When Birds Were Songless"
  Wordsworth's Grave
  World-Strangeness
  The Year's Minstrelsy
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