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The Resource The collected verse of Lewis Carroll, (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) with illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, Arthur B. Frost, Henry Holiday, Harry Furniss, and the author

The collected verse of Lewis Carroll, (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) with illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, Arthur B. Frost, Henry Holiday, Harry Furniss, and the author

Label
The collected verse of Lewis Carroll
Title
The collected verse of Lewis Carroll
Statement of responsibility
(the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) with illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, Arthur B. Frost, Henry Holiday, Harry Furniss, and the author
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Illustrator
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
821.89
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
PR4611
LC item number
.A17 1933
Literary form
poetry
Label
The collected verse of Lewis Carroll, (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) with illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, Arthur B. Frost, Henry Holiday, Harry Furniss, and the author
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes index of first lines
  • Frontispiece black and white portrait of Carroll
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Early verse. My fairy -- Punctuality -- Melodies -- Brother and sister -- Facts -- Rules and regulations -- Horrors -- Misunderstandings -- As it fell upon a day -- Ye fattale cheyse -- Lays of sorrow, no. 1 -- Lays of sorrow, no. 2 -- The two brothers -- The lady of the ladle -- She's all my fancy painted him -- Photography extraordinary -- Lays of mystery, imagination, and humour, no. 1: the palace of humbug -- The mouse's tale (early version) -- The mock turtle's song (early version) -- Upon the lonely moor -- Miss Jones -- From Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Dedication -- How doth -- The mouse's tale -- Father William -- The duchess's lullaby -- The Mad Hatter's song -- The mock turtle's song -- Alice's recitation -- Turtle soup -- Evidence read at the trial of the Knave of Hearts -- Christmas greetings -- Puzzles from Wonderland. Puzzles -- Solutions -- From Through the looking-glass. Dedication -- Jabberwocky -- The walrus and the carpenter -- Humpty Dumpty's recitation -- The white knight's ballad -- The Red Queen's lullaby -- Welcome Queen Alice -- The White Queen's riddle -- Acrostic: a boat, beneath a sunny sky -- Prologues to plays. Prologue to "La guida di Bragia" -- Prologue -- Prologue -- Phantasmagoria. Phantasmagoria -- Canto I: The trystyng -- Canto II: Hys fyve rules -- Canto III: Scarmoges -- Canto IV: Hys nouryture -- Canto V: Byckerment -- Canto VI: Dyscomfyture -- Canto VII: Sad souvenaunce -- Echoes -- A sea dirge -- Ye carpette knyghte -- Hiawatha's photographing -- Melancholetta -- A valentine -- The three voices -- Tema con variaziòni -- A game of fives -- Poeta fit, non nascitur -- Size and tears -- Atalanta in Camden-Town -- The lang coortin' -- Four riddles -- Fame's penny-trumpet -- From College rhymes and notes by an Oxford chiel. Ode to Damon -- Those horrid hurdy-gurdies! -- My fancy -- The majesty of justice -- The elections of the Hebdomadal Council -- The deserted parks -- The new belfry of Christ Church, Oxford -- The wandering burgess -- A bachanalian ode -- Examination statute -- The hunting of the snark. Preface -- Dedication -- Fit the first: the landing -- Fit the second: the bellman's speech -- Fit the third: the baker's tale -- Fit the fourth: the hunting -- Fit the fifth: the beaver's lesson -- Fit the sixth: the barrister's dream -- Fit the seventh: the banker's fate -- Fit the Eighth: the vanishing -- Acrostics, inscriptions, and other verses. Acrostic: little maidens, when you look -- To three puzzled little girls, from the author -- Double acrostic: I sing a place wherein agree -- Three little maids -- Puzzle -- Three children -- Two thieves -- Two acrostics: Round the wondrous globe -- Maidens, if a maid you meet -- Double acrostic: Two little girls near London dwell -- Acrostic: "Are you deaf, Father William" -- Acrostic: Maidens! if you love the tale -- Acrostic: love-lighted eyes, that will not start -- To M.A.B. -- Acrostic: Maiden, though thy heart may quail -- Madrigal -- Love among the roses -- Two poems to Rachel Daniel -- The lyceum -- Acrostic: Around my lonely hearth, to-night -- Dreamland -- To my pupil -- To my child-friend -- A riddle -- A limerick -- Rhyme? and reason? -- A nursery darling -- Maggie's visit to Oxford -- Maggie B---- -- From Sylvie and Bruno. Acrostic: Is all our life, then, but a dream -- The mad gardener's song -- The warden's charm -- Peter and Paul -- Bruno's song -- The three badgers -- Lady Muriel's song -- From Sylvie and Bruno concluded. Acrostic: Dreams, that elude the waker's frenzied grasp -- The king-fisher song -- Matilda Jane -- What tottles meant -- The little man that had a little gun -- A song of love -- The pig-tale -- Three sunsets and other poems. Three sunsets -- The path of roses -- The valley of the shadow of death -- Solitude -- Beatrice -- Stolen waters -- The willow-tree -- Only a woman's hair -- The sailor's wife -- After three days -- Faces in the fire -- A lesson in Latin -- Puck lost and found
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
xiv, 445, [1] pages
Lccn
33012449
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy is part of the Alan J. Silver Alice in Wonderland Collection (Collection 549). This item does not circulate but may be viewed in Library Special Collections upon request. Search the collection title to request the item from the collection record. Item is in box 5.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: Publisher's blue-gray cloth, stamped in gilt, over boards; gilt spine. Inscription dated 1933 on front pastedown.
Other physical details
frontispiece (portrait) illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00456696
  • ucoclc456696
Label
The collected verse of Lewis Carroll, (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) with illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, Arthur B. Frost, Henry Holiday, Harry Furniss, and the author
Publication
Note
  • Includes index of first lines
  • Frontispiece black and white portrait of Carroll
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Early verse. My fairy -- Punctuality -- Melodies -- Brother and sister -- Facts -- Rules and regulations -- Horrors -- Misunderstandings -- As it fell upon a day -- Ye fattale cheyse -- Lays of sorrow, no. 1 -- Lays of sorrow, no. 2 -- The two brothers -- The lady of the ladle -- She's all my fancy painted him -- Photography extraordinary -- Lays of mystery, imagination, and humour, no. 1: the palace of humbug -- The mouse's tale (early version) -- The mock turtle's song (early version) -- Upon the lonely moor -- Miss Jones -- From Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Dedication -- How doth -- The mouse's tale -- Father William -- The duchess's lullaby -- The Mad Hatter's song -- The mock turtle's song -- Alice's recitation -- Turtle soup -- Evidence read at the trial of the Knave of Hearts -- Christmas greetings -- Puzzles from Wonderland. Puzzles -- Solutions -- From Through the looking-glass. Dedication -- Jabberwocky -- The walrus and the carpenter -- Humpty Dumpty's recitation -- The white knight's ballad -- The Red Queen's lullaby -- Welcome Queen Alice -- The White Queen's riddle -- Acrostic: a boat, beneath a sunny sky -- Prologues to plays. Prologue to "La guida di Bragia" -- Prologue -- Prologue -- Phantasmagoria. Phantasmagoria -- Canto I: The trystyng -- Canto II: Hys fyve rules -- Canto III: Scarmoges -- Canto IV: Hys nouryture -- Canto V: Byckerment -- Canto VI: Dyscomfyture -- Canto VII: Sad souvenaunce -- Echoes -- A sea dirge -- Ye carpette knyghte -- Hiawatha's photographing -- Melancholetta -- A valentine -- The three voices -- Tema con variaziòni -- A game of fives -- Poeta fit, non nascitur -- Size and tears -- Atalanta in Camden-Town -- The lang coortin' -- Four riddles -- Fame's penny-trumpet -- From College rhymes and notes by an Oxford chiel. Ode to Damon -- Those horrid hurdy-gurdies! -- My fancy -- The majesty of justice -- The elections of the Hebdomadal Council -- The deserted parks -- The new belfry of Christ Church, Oxford -- The wandering burgess -- A bachanalian ode -- Examination statute -- The hunting of the snark. Preface -- Dedication -- Fit the first: the landing -- Fit the second: the bellman's speech -- Fit the third: the baker's tale -- Fit the fourth: the hunting -- Fit the fifth: the beaver's lesson -- Fit the sixth: the barrister's dream -- Fit the seventh: the banker's fate -- Fit the Eighth: the vanishing -- Acrostics, inscriptions, and other verses. Acrostic: little maidens, when you look -- To three puzzled little girls, from the author -- Double acrostic: I sing a place wherein agree -- Three little maids -- Puzzle -- Three children -- Two thieves -- Two acrostics: Round the wondrous globe -- Maidens, if a maid you meet -- Double acrostic: Two little girls near London dwell -- Acrostic: "Are you deaf, Father William" -- Acrostic: Maidens! if you love the tale -- Acrostic: love-lighted eyes, that will not start -- To M.A.B. -- Acrostic: Maiden, though thy heart may quail -- Madrigal -- Love among the roses -- Two poems to Rachel Daniel -- The lyceum -- Acrostic: Around my lonely hearth, to-night -- Dreamland -- To my pupil -- To my child-friend -- A riddle -- A limerick -- Rhyme? and reason? -- A nursery darling -- Maggie's visit to Oxford -- Maggie B---- -- From Sylvie and Bruno. Acrostic: Is all our life, then, but a dream -- The mad gardener's song -- The warden's charm -- Peter and Paul -- Bruno's song -- The three badgers -- Lady Muriel's song -- From Sylvie and Bruno concluded. Acrostic: Dreams, that elude the waker's frenzied grasp -- The king-fisher song -- Matilda Jane -- What tottles meant -- The little man that had a little gun -- A song of love -- The pig-tale -- Three sunsets and other poems. Three sunsets -- The path of roses -- The valley of the shadow of death -- Solitude -- Beatrice -- Stolen waters -- The willow-tree -- Only a woman's hair -- The sailor's wife -- After three days -- Faces in the fire -- A lesson in Latin -- Puck lost and found
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
xiv, 445, [1] pages
Lccn
33012449
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy is part of the Alan J. Silver Alice in Wonderland Collection (Collection 549). This item does not circulate but may be viewed in Library Special Collections upon request. Search the collection title to request the item from the collection record. Item is in box 5.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: Publisher's blue-gray cloth, stamped in gilt, over boards; gilt spine. Inscription dated 1933 on front pastedown.
Other physical details
frontispiece (portrait) illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00456696
  • ucoclc456696

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