Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (ANGER through AS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 34-44 (This material is protected by copyright)


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ANGER ( 3 2)
Thereby, in heat of anger, to address 1 280 50 POLI
in the anger of the bells — 1 437 65 BELLSEG
In the anger and the clangor of the bells. 1 437 69A-D BELLSEG
ANGRIER ( 1 1)
(Ah! will they cross me in my angrier path?) 1 105 138 ALAAR
ANGRY ( 3 3)
Spite of myself. One can’t be angry with him 1 255 65 POLI
A tub of ashes! too bad! I can’t be angry 1 257 112 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! I can’t be angry with him! 1 257 122 POLI
ANNABEL LEE ( 18 14)
By the name of Annabel Lee; — 1 477 4 LEEA
I and my Annabel Lee — 1 477 10 LEEA
My beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 477 16 LEEA
Chilling my Annabel Lee; 1 477 16EFH LEEA
By the name of Annabel Lee; — 1 478 4 LEEE
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. 1 478 26 LEEA
And killing my Annabel Lee. 1 478 26EFH LEEA
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee: — 1 478 33 LEEA
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 478 35 LEEA
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee: — 1 478 37 LEEA
I and my Annabel Lee — 1 479 10 LEEE
Chilling my Annabel Lee; 1 479 16 LEEE
My beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 479 16A-DGJKL LEEE
And killing my Annabel Lee. 1 479 26 LEEE
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. 1 479 26A-DGJKL LEEE
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee: — 1 479 33 LEEE
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 479 35 LEEE
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 479 37 LEEE
ANNIE ( 5 5)
And the beauty of Annie — 1 458 70 ANNIE
Of the tresses of Annie. 1 458 72 ANNIE
For it sparkles with Annie — 1 459 98 ANNIE
Of the love of my Annie — 1 459 100 ANNIE
Of the eyes of my Annie. 1 459 102 ANNIE
ANON ( 4 4)
And ever and anon amid her sobs 1 250 52 POLI
I will to bed anon ah! bless my eyes! 1 250 73 POLI
I will return anon. 1 267 73 POLI
DUKE. Return anon! 1 267 73 POLI
ANOTHER ( 11 9)
Another proof of thought, I’m not mistaken — 1 12 86 TEMP
Another brow may ev’n inherit 1 81 10 HAPP
Another brow may e’en inherit 1 81 108 HAPP
And wing to other worlds another light! 1 105 146 ALAAR
(Like music of another sphere) 1 185 25.2BC IRENE1
Form in the deep another seven: 1 222 8 SERE
Sleep on, sleep on, another hour — 1 224 1 SLEEP
UGO. There’s another present 1 256 100 POLI
LALAGE. “It in another climate, so he said, 1 260 5 POLI
The angels, whispering to one another, 1 467 2 MOTHB
Devoutly singing unto one another, 1 467 2 MOTHC
ANSWER ( 13 12)
“Not all” — the Echoes answer me — “not all! 1 229 33 COLIS
BENITO. Faith that’s a question, Ugo, hard to answer, 1 248 2 POLI
(JACINTA returns no answer, 1 261 id POLI
(still no answer.) 1 261 8d POLI
Thou askest me that — and thus I answer thee — 1 272 12 POLI
Thus on my bended knee I answer thee. 1 272 13 POLI
What need is there of hurry? I’ll answer for it 1 276 4 POLI
The impudent varlet not to answer me! 1 276 16 POLI
What answer was it you brought me, good Baldazzar? 1 279 14 POLI
Indeed I cannot will not answer for 1 285 119 POLI
Not all the echoes answer me — not all: 1 287 40 POLI
Though its answer little meaning — 1 366 50 RAVEN
That sad answer, “Nevermore!” 1 367 66ABC RAVEN
ANSWERS ( 2 2)
“She died full young” — one Bossola answers him — 1 261 17 POLI
Though it be rife with woe. It answers me. 1 262 63 POLI
ANTHEM ( 1 1)
An anthem for the queenliest dead 1 336 6 LENK
ANTIQUE ( 3 3)
Type of the antique Rome! Rich reliquary 1 228 1 COLIS
Type of the antique Rome — rich reliquary 1 286 2 POLI
With the antique iron pen.” 1 328 3 STYL
ANY ( 20 20)
The “good old times” were far the worst of any, 1 9 6 TEMP
Of any, were it not the shade 1 27 19 TAMA
That any should become “great,” born 1 34 259 TAMA
No need to quiet any fears 1 49 136 TAMF
No need to quiet any fears 1 57 109 TAMH
But, just like any other dream, 1 58 133 TAMH
Like — almost any thing — 1 141 33 FAIRY1
(Called any thing, its meaning is the same) 1 148 15 ELIZA
Thy grief — if any — thy love 1 174 31 ISRA
Are — not like any thing of ours — 1 199 7 CITYA
RUPERT. What should I do with any drunken man? 1 248 18 POLI
UGO. No, Sir, you can’t have any. 1 256 95 POLI
She has any more jewels — no — no she gave me all. 1 262 40 POLI
I heard not any voice except thine own, 1 268 19 POLI
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
It’s as well now as any other time — 1 278 84 POLI
Of any feud existing, or any cause 1 279 20 POLI
The consequence of any longer stay 1 285 120 POLI
That any beholder 1 456 15 ANNIE
ANYTHING ( 3 2)
Those eyes won’t turn on anything like men. 1 11 68 TEMP
Those won’t turn on anything like men. 1 11 68D TEMP
LALAGE. Father, this zeal is anything but well! 1 264 96 POLI
APART ( 11 9)
From all our little cares apart, 1 30 128 TAMA
When from our little cares apart, 1 49 131 TAMF
When, from our little cares apart, 1 57 104 TAMH
In climes of mine imagining — apart 1 68 16 DREA
Inclines of mine imaginary apart 1 68 16A DREA
Apart — like fire-flies in Sicilian night, 1 105 145 ALAAR
Her cheeks were flushing, and her lips apart; 1 108 53 ALAAR
Her cheek was flushing, and her lips apart; 1 108 53CEF ALAAR
O! leave them apart! 1 109 97 ALAAR
Apart from Heaven’s Eternity — 1 111 173 ALAAR
Sprang from her station, on the winds apart, 1 114 235 ALAAR
APARTMENT ( 4 4)
An apartment in the Palazzo of Di Broglio. 1 248 1d POLI
7-Lady, s apartment, 1 260 4d POLI
a monk enters her apartment, and/ approaches unobserved.) 1 263 8/ 9d POLI
An apartment in a palace. POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR. 1 267 24d POLI
APATHY ( 1 1)
Will start, which lately slept in apathy? 1 78 19 STAN
APES ( 1 1)
Who would be men by imitating apes. 1 10 34 TEMP
APIRIT ( 1 1)
Like an avenging apirit I’ll follow thee 1 282 88 POLI
APOLOGY ( 1 1)
Apology unto the Duke for me; 1 271 112 POLI
APOTHECARY ( 1 1)
I wed the apothecary — oh then it will be 1 278 69 POLI
APPEALING ( 1 1)
In a clamorous appealing to the mercy of the fire — 1 436 44 BELLSEG
APPEAR ( 2 0)
Or so appear — or so appear! 1 185 25.419C IRENE1
APPEARANCES ( 1 1)
Upon appearances. 1 258 26 POLI
APPEAR’D ( 1 1)
Appear’d to my half-closing eye 1 46 50 TAMF
APPEARED ( 1 1)
Appeared to my half-closing eye 1 55 46 TAMH
APPEARS ( 1 1)
And, with sweet lowliness, appears 1 31 138 TAMA
APPROACHES ( 3 2)
a monk enters her apartment, and/ approaches unobserved_.) 1 263 8/ 9d POLI
Approaches, and the Hours are breathing low, 1 269 40 POLI
Nearest approaches worship — oh, remember 1 400 14A MLS
APPROACHING ( 1 1)
(approaching the window.) 1 271 29d POLI
APT ( 1 1)
I’m apt to be discursive in my style, 1 10 37 TEMP
APTLY ( 2 1)
That have a double life, life aptly made 1 322 2ABC SILE
by reply so aptly spoken, 1 367 61 RAVEN
ARABESQUE ( 1 1)
On th’ Arabesque carving of a gilded hall 1 113 204 ALAAR
ARCADES ( 4 2)
But stay! these walls — these ivy-clad arcades — 1 229 26 COLIS
These crumbling walls; these tottering arcades — 1 229 26A-D COLIS
But hold! — these dark, these perishing arcades — 1 229 26FK COLIS
These crumbling walls — these tottering arcades 1 286 33 POLI
ARCHAIAN ( 2 0)
It lit on hills Archaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34C ALAAR
Archaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 358C ALAAR
ARCHANGELS ( 1 1)
Of archangels, in happiness wrapt. 1 304 3 HARK
ARCHING ( 1 1)
And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, 1 274 70 POLI
ARCHITRAVE ( 2 1)
Lurk’d in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 31 ALAAR
Lurked in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 318 ALAAR
ARDENT ( 1 1)
Young, ardent, beautiful, and loving well 1 254 45 POLI
ARIGHT ( 3 3)
ALESSANDRA. Heard I aright? 1 258 31 POLI
And be sure it will lead us aright — 1 417 68 ULA
That cannot but guide us aright 1 418 70 ULA
ANISE ( 11 9)
Arise! from your dreaming 1 108 80 ALAAR
But the strains still arise 1 110 118 ALAAR
In the morning they arise, 1 141 29 FAIRY1
Ah! if that language from thy heart arise, 1 149 5 ACROS
Ah, starry Hope! that didst arise 1 214 8 PARA
Young Hope! thou did’st arise 1 214 88 PARA
Oh starry Hope! thou didst arise 1 214 8H PARA
“Prophetic sounds and loud, arise forever 1 229 34 COLIS
Arise together, Lalage, and roam 1 273 47 POLI
POLITIAN. Scoundrel! — arise and die! 1 282 75 POLI
Prophetic sounds and loud arise forever 1 287 41 POLI
ANISEN C 2 2)
Hath without doubt arisen: thou hast been urged 1 280 49 POLI
Lying down to die, have suddenly arisen 1 400 9 MLS
ANISES ( 1 1)
(Arises and struts affectedly across the stage.) 1 278 7d POLI
ARISING ( 2 2)
(arising hurriedly.) 1 263 13d POLI
(arising.) 1 272 22d POLI
ARM ( 2 2)
All arm in arm we met this very man 1 265 29 POLI
ARMS ( 2 2)
Pre-eminent in arts and arms, and wealth, 1 259 49 POLI
Died in the arms of the adoring airs. 1 446 35 TOHEL
AROSE ( 4 4)
Uprear’d upon such height arose a pile 1 106 11 ALAAR
A thought arose within the human brain 1 406 4 MARA
A thought arose within the human brain 1 407 4 MARB
Arose with a duplicate horn — 1 416 36 ULA
AROUND ( 39 31)
Grows dim around me — death is near. 1 27 16 TAMA
A demon-light around my throne, 1 27 27 TAMA
Her own fair hand had rear’d around, 1 33 219 TAMA
That loveliness around: the sun — 1 36 318 TAMA
Her magic hand had rear’d around 1 43 219 TAMB
And the sultan-like pines that tower’d around! 1 48 84 TAMF
Idea which bindest life around, 1 51 189 TAMF
Idea! which bindest life around 1 59 183 TAMH
Though happiness around thee lay, 1 66 3 SONG
Though happiness around thee lay, 1 66 15 SONG
In death around thee, and their will 1 71 9 SPIRA
In death around thee — and their will 1 72 9 SPIRD
On things around him with a ray 1 79 7 ADRE
And the tall trees that tower’d around. 1 85 6 LAKEA
And the tall pines that towered around. 1 85 6 LAKEF
And the tall pines that tower’d around. 1 85 6CE LAKEF
A wreath that twined each starry form around, 1 101 40 ALAAR
So eagerly around about to hang 1 101 45 ALAAR
Uprear’d its purple stem around her knees: 1 101 49 ALAAR
And zone that clung around her gentle waist 1 108 54 ALAAR
More beauty clung around her column’d wall 1 113 216 ALAAR
More beauty clung around her columned wall 1 113 216A ALAAR
We came, my love; around, above, below, 1 114 247 ALAAR
Wrapping the fog around their breast: 1 183 12 IRENE1
Around the stormy Hebrides — 1 192 37 NISA
Around the stormy Hebrides — 1 193 35 NISB
Around the misty Hebrides! 1 195 16 NISE
Around, by lifting winds forgot, 1 199 11 CITYA
Around, by lifting winds forgot, 1 201 9 CITYH
Around the mournful waters lie. 1 201 25C CITYH
All wreath’d around about with wild fruits and flowers, 1 214 SAC-G PARA
“And cling around about us as a garment, 1 229 45 COLIS
“And cling around about us now and ever, 1 229 45A COLIS
“And cling around about us like a garment, 1 229 45E COLIS
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 2 TOF
Crowding around my earthly path — 1 236 2A TOF
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 14.2BC TOF
And mountains, around whose towering summits the winds 1 274 71 POLI
And cling around about us as a garment 1 287 52 POLI
AROUSE ( 4 3)
Arouse them my maiden, 1 110 142 ALAAR
BALDAZZAR. Arouse thee now, Politian! 1 267 1 POLI
Unto the Duke — Arouse thee! and remember! 1 270 86Ax POLI
Unto the Duke. Arouse thee! and remember! 1 271 98 POLI
AROUSING ( 1 1)
(arousing.) 1 250 26d POLI
ARRANGES ( 1 1)
and arranges it on the floor 1 277 31d POLI
ARRANT ( 2 1)
The general tuckermanities are arrant 1 425 10 DUNCE
The general Petrarchanities are arrant 1 425 10A DUNCE
ARRAY ( 1 1)
And in a bride’s array! and by the bride 1 287 58 POLI
ARRIVED ( 1 1)
Having just arrived in Rome. Ha! ha! he is altered! 1 265 31 POLI
ART ( 38 35)
Science! true daughter of Old Time thou art! 1 91 1 SCI
Science! meet daughter of Old Time thou art! 1 91 1A-E SCI
Thou art an emblem of the glow 1 134 3 TOFO
The playful maziness of art 1 134 5 TOFO
Endued with neither soul, nor sense, nor art, 1 148 11 ELIZA
Now thou art dress’d for paradise! 1 161 4 FAIRY2
Thou art not, therefore, wrong 1 174 24 ISRA
Therefore, thou art not wrong, 1 176 29 ISRG
Thou art not, therefore, wrong, 1 176 29CDE ISRG
“Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 184 29 IRENE1
Why and what art thou dreaming here? 1 187 31 IRENE2
Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 187 32 IRENE2
Majestic, beautiful art thou; 1 2E4 6 SLEEP
Be every thing which now thou art 1 235 3 THOUA
Being everything which now thou art, 1 235 3 THOUF
Being everything which now thou art, 1 235 3 THOUJ
Being every thing which now thou art, 1 235 3BCDG THOUJ
And nothing which thou art not: 1 235 4 THOUA
Be nothing which thou art not. 1 235 4 THOUF
Be nothing which thou art not. 1 235 4 THOUJ
ALESSANDRA. Thou art sad, Castiglione. 1 257 1 POLI
ALESSANDRA. Thou didst. Thou art not well. 1 257 11 POLI
Will ruin thee! thou art already altered — 1 258 14 POLI
Sir Count! what art thou dreaming? he’s not well! 1 258 33 POLI
Art thou not Lalage and I Politian? 1 273 33 POLI
Do I not love — art thou not beautiful — 1 273 34 POLI
POLITIAN. My Lalage — my love! why art thou moved? 1 274 59 POLI
Thou art not gone — thou art not gone, Politian! 1 275 91 POLI
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
To say thou art not gone, — one little sentence, 1 275 96 POLI
My womanly weakness. Ha! ha! thou art not gone — 1 275 98 POLI
Villain, thou art not gone — thou mockest me! 1 275 101 POLI
All very true. Thou art my friend, Baldazzar, 1 280 31 POLI
The bridegroom — where art thou? 1 287 59 POLI
And thou art wild 1 335 35 LENA
thou,” I said, “art sure no craven, 1 366 45 RAVEN
I am spelled by art. 1 399 7 LOU
ARTICLES ( 1 1)
With the list of articles she wants — ten yards 1 277 50 POLI
ARTS ( 1 1)
Pre-eminent in arts and arms, and wealth, 1 259 49 POLI
AS ( 252 228)
And as for times, although ’tis said by many 1 9 5 TEMP
To weep, as he did, till his eyes were sore, 1 9 14 TEMP
As though he’d say, “Why who the devil cares?” 1 10 18 TEMP
Will change me, and as politicians do 1 10 39 TEMP
For I have travelled, friend, as well as you — 1 10 42 TEMP
(As Members say they like their logic taken 1 10 45 TEMP
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
As to the seat of thought in man and brute, 1 11 74 TEMP
I have not always been as now — 1 27 30 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by, there broke 1 29 72 TAMA
For I was not as I had been; 1 29 75 TAMA
Such as in infancy was mine 1 30 110 TAMA
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 30 112 TAMA
Pure as her young examples taught; 1 30 117 TAMA
As perfume of strange summer flow’rs; 1 31 139 TAMA
Ev’n such as from th’ accursed time 1 31 145 TAMA
I lov’d her as an angel might 1 31 154 TAMA
With such as mine — that mystic flame, 1 31 158 TAMA
Now as I look back, the strife 1 32 172 TAMA
Of half the world, as all my own, 1 33 206 TAMA
But it had pass’d me as a dream 1 33 208 TAMA
Which as it were, in fairy bound 1 33 221 TAMA
The idle words, which, as a dream 1 34 239 TAMA
As nuptial dowry — a queen’s crown, 1 34 244 TAMA
(As in the desert, where the grand, 1 34 253 TAMA
(With glory — such as might inspire 1 35 273 TAMA
Of many with a breast as light, 1 37 341 TAMA
As if ’twere not the dying hour 1 37 342 TAMA
As in a leader, haply — Power 1 37 344 TAMA
But as I wander’d on the way 1 38 364 TAMA
To those whose spirits hark’n) as one 1 38 373 TAMA
As the portrait of one after death; 1 39 380 TAMA
Let life, then, as the day-flow’r, fall — 1 39 389 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by there broke 1 40 72 TAMB
For I was not as I had been — 1 40 75 TAMB
Such as I taught her from the time 1 41 14S TAMB
I lov’d thee as an angel might, 1 41 154 TAMB
With such as mine that mystic flame. 1 41 158 TAMB
Now as I look back, the strife 1 41 172 TAMB
Of half the world as all my own 1 42 206 TAMB
But it had pass’d me as a dream 1 42 208 TAMB
The idle words which, as a dream, 1 43 239 TAMB
As nuptial dowry a queen’s crown 1 44 244 TAMB
Of many with a breast as light 1 44 341 TAMB
As if ’twere not their parting hour 1 45 342 TAMB
As in a leader, haply; Power 1 45 344 TAMB
I have not always been as now: 1 46 31 TAMF
Ev’n then who knew that as infinite 1 47 77 TAMF
Upon that spot as upon all, 1 48 86 TAMF
Love as in infancy was mine — 1 48 114 TAMF
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 48 115 TAMF
Pure — as her young example taught: 1 49 120 TAMF
As if my words were the Simoom! 1 51 180 TAMF
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 52 204 TAMF
I have not always been as now: 1 54 27 TAMH
Love — as in infancy was mine — 1 56 87 TAMH
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 56 88 TAMH
Pure —— as her young example taught: 1 56 93 TAMH
Of half the world as all my own, 1 57 131 TAMH
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 60 198 TAMH
Let life, then, as the day-flower, fall 1 60 211 TAMH
As heedless Eas (?)] 1 66 4D* SONG
As such it well may pass — 1 66 10 SONG
Continuing — as dreams have been to me 1 68 10 DREA
That dream was as that night wind — let it pass. 1 69 26 DREA
As in that fleeting, shadowy, misty strife 1 69 30 DREA
As a burning, and a fever 1 71 17 SPIRA
But ’twill leave thee, as each star 1 71 19 SPIRA
As a burning and a fever 1 72 17 SPIRD
But ’twill leave thee as each star 1 72 18.1B SPIRD
Shall charm thee — as a token, 1 72 26 SPIRA
There pass’d, as a shroud, 1 74 12 STAR
As a spell upon his soul: 1 75 14 IMIT
With a sigh as it pass’d on: 1 75 18 IMIT
In secret communing held — as he with it, 1 77 2 STAN
As dew of the night-time, o’er the summer grass? 1 77 16 STAN
Doth o’er us pass, when, as th’ expanding eye 1 77 17 STAN
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
Wearing its own deep feeling as a crown. 1 78 32 STAN
Hath cheered me as a lovely beam 1 79 11 ADRE
And as it flutter’d — fell 1 82 22 HAPP
Upon that spot — as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEA
Upon that spot, as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEF
As in those gardens where the day 1 99 3 ALAAR
Of flowers: of lilies such as rear’d the head 1 101 43 ALAAR
Of flowers: of lilies such as rear the head 1 101 43CE ALAAR
Nyctanthes too, as sacred as the light 1 102 66 ALAAR
Such as the drowsy shepherd on his bed 1 105 2 ALAAR
The sands of Time grow dimmer as they run, 1 105 140 ALAAR
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
Of molten stars their pavement, such as fall 1 106 16 ALAAR
Sat gently on these columns as a crown — 1 106 21 ALAAR
And sees the darkness coming as a cloud — 1 107 46 ALAAR
Fountains were gushing music as they fell 1 108 62 ALAAR
(As she on the air) 1 109 109 ALAAR
As the spell which no slumber 1 111 152 ALAAR
Thence sprang I — as the eagle from his tower, 1 113 219 ALAAR
Thence sprung I — as the eagle from his tower, 1 113 219A ALAAR
Unrolling as a chart unto my view — 1 113 223 ALAAR
Fail’d, as my pennon’d spirit leapt aloft, 1 114 232 ALAAR
And fell — not swiftly as I rose before, 1 114 238 ALAAR
She grants to us, as granted by her God — 1 114 250 ALAAR
She gives to us as given by her God — 1 114 250A ALAAR
As glowing Beauty’s bust beneath man’s eye, 1 115 258 ALAAR
And thy star trembled — as doth Beauty then!” 1 115 260 ALAAR
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 128 3 ROMG
With tumult as they thunder by, 1 128 13 ROMG
With tumult as they thunder’d by; 1 128 13C ROMG
(As well it might,) a dream — 1 130 2 SHOULD
A feeling such as mine — 1 131 34 SHOULD
For in his heart, as in thy stream, 1 135 11 TOFO
For in my heart, as on thy stream, 1 135 11A* TOFO
For in my heart, as in thy stream, 1 135 11ABCF TOFO
Which have wither’d as they rose 1 137 14 TOMB
With the tempests as they toss, 1 141 32 FAIRY1
For the same end as before — 1 141 36 FAIRY1
As others were — I have not seen 1 146 2 ALONE
As others saw — I could not bring 1 146 3 ALONE
As it pass’d me flying by — 1 146 18 ALONE
As for Locke, he is all in my eye, 1 151 1 LOCKE
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 156 3 INTRO
With tumult as they thunder’d by; 1 157 37 INTRO
But dreams — of those who dream as I, 1 158 56 INTRO
And, thro’ the opening left, as soon 1 161 21 FAIRY2
As she threw off her cloak, yon moon 1 161 22 FAIRY2
As the angel Israfel — 1 173 4 ISRA
As the angel Israfel, 1 175 4 ISRG
He would not sing one half as well — 1 175 41 ISRA
One half as passionately, 1 175 42 ISRA
Are rocking lullabies as they go, 1 183 19 IRENE1
“As a banner o’er thy dreaming eye! 1 184 368 IRENE1
At least as long as Love doth weep: 1 184 42 IRENE1
As long as — tears on Memory’s eye: 1 184 44 IRENE1
To the night-winds as they pass, 1 184 54 IRENE1
As it is lasting so be deep — 1 185 61 IRENE1
Forever with as calm an eye, 1 185 64 IRENE1
As it is lasting, so be deep! 1 188 46 IRENE2
Far away — as far at least 1 191 2 NISA
Lies that valley as the day 1 191 3 NISA
Then grew paler as it fell 1 192 25 NISA
They wave; they weep; and the tears, as they well 1 196 27.1C NISE
As if the towers had thrown aside, 1 200 47 CITYA
As if the turret-tops had given 1 200 49 CITYA
As if the towers had thrust aside, 1 202 44 CITYH
As if their tops had feebly given 1 202 46 CITYH
Are redolent of sleep, as I 1 223 15 SERE
And as the solemn music breaks 1 225 3 FANNY
“As melody from Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36 COLIS
“As in old days from Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36ACD COLIS
“As from the granite Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 368 COLIS
“And cling around about us as a garment, 1 229 45 COLIS
Some lake beset as lake can be 1 237 11A TOF
Some ocean vexed as it may be 1 237 11BC TOF
As for the Count San Ozzo who knocked me down 1 248 4 POLI
Just now on the staircase as I came up hither, 1 248 5 POLI
quite right — being as you say 1 248 12 POLI
Being, as you observe, a most notorious liar — 1 248 16 POLI
As humbles her to the dust. 1 249 47 POLI
As a free gift, and for a marriage present 1 252 114 POLI
Gave it her as a token of his love 1 252 119 POLI
The Duke your father, as you very well know, 1 254 28 POLI
And pure as beautiful, how could she think — 1 254 46 POLI
Sent as a present by his reverence 1 256 91 POLI
The constitution as late hours and wine. 1 258 16 POLI
But Rumour speaks of him as of a prodigy 1 259 48 POLI
Learned as few are learned. 1 259 56 POLI
As of one who entered madly into life, 1 259 59 POLI
As go down in the library and bring me 1 261 29 POLI
Would have given a real diamond to such as you; 1 262 53 POLI
As tell me, Sir, at once what is’t you mean. 1 265 12 POLI
As I was walking with the Count San Ozzo 1 265 28 POLI
but true as strange. 1 266 40 POLI
’Tis as you say — his lordship is unwell. 1 267 69 POLI
POLITIAN. Yet now as Fate 1 269 39 POLI
As hath been kindled within it. Methinks the air 1 269 45 POLI
As the betrothed of Castiglione, 1 270 68 POLI
As for to leave me thus 1 270 71 POLI
As for to leave me thus? 1 270 75 POLI
As for to leave me thus 1 270 80 POLI
As for to leave me thus? 1 270 84 POLI
To see me, as I sit upon the bank 1 276 18 POLI
(As she counts, 1 277 30d POLI
He might as well, for all the use he makes of it, 1 277 47 POLI
and remains with his foot in it, as if stupified.) 1 278 23d POLI
It’s as well now as any other time — 1 278 84 POLI
A heaven so calm as this — so utterly free 1 280 26 POLI
If that we meet at all, it were as well 1 280 44.1AB POLI
I’ve heard before that such ideas as these 1 283 61 POLI
And am stiff as you perceive. 1 284 108 POLI
The Count as I directed — you’ve departed 1 285 133 POLI
As from the granite Memnon to the sun. 1 287 43 POLI
And cling around about us as a garment 1 287 52 POLI
For the words rang as a knell, 1 309 9 BRIDF
Here is a ring, as token 1 309 24 BRIDF
As it doth float 1 336 53 LENA
Should catch the note as it doth float 1 337 23C-GL LENK
Should catch the note as it doth float 1 337 24 LENK
As he sails on his pinions o’er valley and sea. 1 342 4 CAMP
As they pass the wanderer by — 1 344 36 ROUTE
as I pondered, weak and weary, 1 364 1U RAVEN
As of some one gently rapping, 1 364 4 RAVEN
As of some one gently tapping, 1 364 4G RAVEN
With such name as “Nevermore.” 1 367 54 RAVEN
That one word, as if his soul 1 367 56 RAVEN
as my Hopes have flown before.” 1 367 59 RAVEN
Leave no black plume as a token 1 369 99 RAVEN
’Tis as plain as the light of the day that you double it! 1 378 8 WALL
Fondness as pure as it is sweet, 1 382 10 VANE
Pure as the wishes breathed in prayer, 1 386 14 FSO
Bright and expressive as the stars of Leda, 1 388 2 VALA
Brightly expressive as the twins of Laeda, 1 389 2 VALG
Brightly expressive as the twins of Loeda, 1 389 2EFG VALG
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16A VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s, too. 1 390 16 VALG
Pale as a lily was Emily Gray. 1 393 22 MODC
Of all who hail thy presence as the morning — 1 400 1 MLS
By him who, as he pens them, thrills to think 1 400 17 MLS
And now, as if in mockery of that boast, 1 406 6 MARA
And now, as if in mockery of that boast, 1 407 6 MARB
With thy dear name as text, though bidden by thee, 1 407 18 MARB
With that dear name as text I cannot write — 1 407 23 MARA
And thrilling as I see upon the-771Ft, 1 407 24 MARB
And thrilling as I see upon the right — 1 407 29 MARA
As the scoriac rivers that roll — 1 416 14 ULA
As the lavas that restlessly roll 1 416 15 ULA
That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek, 1 416 18 ULA
And now, as the night was senescent, 1 416 30 ULA
As star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31C ULA
As the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32 ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83 ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83AK ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83BCG ULA
As the leaves that were withering and sere — 1 418 84 ULA
As easily as through a Naples bonnet — 1 425 4 DUNCE
As he knells, knells, knells, 1 438 105 BELLSEG
They have not left me (as my hopes have) since. 1 446 54 TOHEL
As I lie at full length — 1 456 10 ANNIE
Fell, as he found 1 463 10 ELDOR
And, as his strength 1 463 13 ELDOR
None so devotional as that of “Mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHB
None so devotional as that of “mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHC
Yes! — that was the reason (as all men know, 1 478 23 LEEA
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know, 1 479 23 LEEE


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Notes:

Note: For this online presentation, the underlined text has been rendered as italic, in keeping with the original intention.


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[S:0 - CPEAP, 1989] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works-Concordance of the Poetry of EAP (E. Wiley) (Letter A-ALL)