Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (ASCEND through BEAMS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 44-55 (This material is protected by copyright)


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ASCEND ( 1 1)
Ascend thy empire and so be 1 104 112 ALAAR
ASHEN ( 3 2)
The skies they were ashen and sober; 1 415 1 ULA
The skies were ashen and sober; 1 415 1C ULA
Then my heart it grew ashen and sober 1 418 82 ULA
ASHES ( 8 8)
A tub of excellent ashes! 1 253 16 POLI
The sackcloth and the ashes. 1 255 63 POLI
’S a monstrous tub of ashes — I can’t lift it. 1 256 109 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. A monstrous tub of ashes! 1 257 110 POLI
A tub of ashes! too bad! I can’t be angry 1 257 112 POLI
The wine or the ashes! Ugo, send word to the Count 1 257 114 POLI
I’ll keep the wine, and he may have the ashes. 1 257 116 POLI
Only to think of that! a tub of ashes! 1 257 121 POLI
ASHORE ( 1 1)
tempest tossed thee here ashore, 1 368 86 RAVEN
ASIDE ( 10 10)
She throws aside the sceptre — leaves the helm, 1 100 27 ALAAR
As if the towers had thrown aside, 1 200 47 CITYA
As if the towers had thrust aside, 1 202 44 CITYH
(aside.) 1 260 13d POLI
(aside.) 1 261 29d POLI
(aside.) 1 262 3d POLI
(aside) 1 262 10d POLI
(aside.) 1 271 26d POLI
(aside.) 1 280 17d POLI
(aside) 1 283 15d POLI
ASK ( 5 5)
She did not ask the reason why. 1 31 135 TAMA
Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod 1 114 249 ALAAR
Or would she, now — I ask you now, Jacinta, 1 277 35 POLI
Why ask I who ever I yet saw I money made I 1 394 5 MODD
Why ask? who ever yet saw money made out of a fat old 1 394 27 MODC
ASK’D ( 2 2)
Of hers — who ask’d no reason why, 1 49 137 TAMF
Of her — who ask’d no reason why, 1 57 110 TAMH
ASKEST ( 2 2)
Thou askest me if I could speak of love, 1 272 10 POLI
Thou askest me that — and thus I answer thee — 1 272 12 POLI
ASPERSIONS ( 1 1)
Nor deal in flattery or aspersions foul, 1 10 27 TEMP
ASPHODEL ( 1 1)
On the quiet Asphodel. 1 192 26 NISA
ASPIRD ( 1 1)
Seas that restlessly aspire, 1 344 15 ROUTE
ASPIRING ( 1 1)
And that aspiring flower that sprang on Earth — 1 102 70 ALAAR
ASPIRINGLY ( 1 1)
Aspiringly, are damned, and die: 1 158 57 INTRO
ASS ( 3 3)
And let him see himself a proper ass? 1 12 88 TEMP
CASTIGLIONE. And why? you ass. 1 256 97 POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
ASSAIL’D ( 1 0)
Assail’d the monarch’s high estate. 1 316 34EFGL HAUNT
ASSAILED ( 1 1)
Assailed the monarch’s high estate. 1 316 34 HAUNT
ASSURE ( 1 1)
It’s a very serious business I assure you 1 253 8 POLI
ASTART ( 1 0)
Astart in the purple sky, 1 349 19Y EULA
ASTARTE ( 1 1)
Astarte within the sky, 1 349 19 EULA
ASTARTE’S ( 1 1)
Astarte’s bediamonded crescent, 1 417 37 ULA
ASTONISH’D ( 2 2)
Whom th’ astonish’d earth hath seen, 1 37 334 TAMA
Whom the astonish’d people saw 1 44 334 TAMB
ASTONISHED ( 2 2)
Whom the astonished people saw 1 59 174 TAMH
(astonished.) 1 261 30d POLI
ASTONISHMENT ( 2 2)
Her silent, deep astonishment, 1 35 267 TAMA
in his astonishment 1 278 22d POLI
ASTRAY ( 1 1)
Astray from reason — Among men 1 34 251 TAMA
AT ( 156 135)
For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
The page of life and grin at the dog-ears, 1 10 17 TEMP
Ah growl, say you, my friend, and pray at what? 1 10 29 TEMP
Complete at night what he began A.M. 1 11 53 TEMP
For at a ball what fair one can escape 1 11 55 TEMP
At least by sight, for I’m a timid man 1 11 61 TEMP
And dove-tailed coat, obtained at cost; while then 1 11 67 TEMP
At me in vengeance shall that foot be shaken — 1 12 85 TEMP
That I have call’d thee at this hour: 1 27 6 TAMA
And leap within me at the cry) 1 28 58 TAMA
Laughing at her half silly wiles, 1 30 129 TAMA
Of Genius, at its natal hour; 1 32 188 TAMA
Which knows (believe me at this time, 1 32 189 TAMA
At one upbraiding word or token 1 33 201 TAMA
And murmur’d at such lowly lot! 1 33 207 TAMA
Withering at the ev’ning hour. 1 39 391 TAMA
At one upbraiding word or token 1 42 201 TAMB
And murmur’d at such lowly lot; 1 42 207 TAMB
A spirit ne’er to be at rest. 1 44 246 TAMB
And leap within me at the cry!) 1 47 57 TAMF
And laughing at her girlish wiles, 1 49 132 TAMF
And leap within me at the cry) 1 55 53 TAMH
And laughing at her girlish wiles, 1 57 105 TAMH
And murmur’d at such lowly lot — 1 58 132 TAMH
Thou bearest in Heav’n at night, 1 74 20 STAR
For that bright hope at last 1 75 15 IMIT
Bright hope itself has fled at last, 1 81 12.2B HAPP
Which turneth at the view 1 102 88 ALAAR
That turneth at the view 1 102 88F ALAAR
For the stars trembled at the Deity. 1 104 121 ALAAR
Of giant pasturage lying at his ease, 1 105 3 ALAAR
Of sunken suns at eve — at noon of night, 1 106 9 ALAAR
At the many star-isles 1 110 134 ALAAR
At the myriad star-isles 1 110 134F ALAAR
At once — and so will I. 1 131 26 SHOULD
At the paltriness of name 1 131 32 SHOULD
His heart which trembles at the beam 1 135 13 TOFO
The heart which trembles at the beam 1 135 13ABCF TOFO
My heart to joy at the same tone — 1 146 7 ALONE
In bed at a reveille “roll call.” 1 151 4 LOCKE
At midnight in the month of June, 1 183 26C IRENE1
At least as long as Love doth weep: 1 184 42 IRENE1
At midnight, in the month of June, 1 186 1 IRENE2
Far away — as far at least 1 191 2 NISA
But “the valley Nis” at best 1 192 15 NISA
Such dreariness a heaven at all. 1 199 19 CITYA
That I should not sing at all — 1 206 16 PAEAN
With young Hope at her side, 1 206 22 PAEAN
At morn — at noon — at twilight dim — 1 217 1 HYMN
At once the shame and glory of our age, 1 221 8 ENIGMA
At rest on ocean’s brilliant dies 1 222 5 SERE
At length — at length — after so many days 1 228 4 COLIS
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 5 TOF
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 14.5BC TOF
Have been at the bottle — a pretty madam truly! 1 250 79 POLI
At all events the Count Castiglione 1 251 81 POLI
Again (hiccup!) at the jewels! 1 252 123 POLI
So you’ve turned penitent at last — bravo! 1 253 10 POLI
Why, Cas! I’ve got a string of beads at home 1 253 11 POLI
I used at a masquerade, you shall have it — 1 253 14 POLI
Never! — oh never! — what would they say at the club? 1 255 70 POLI
No right at all to do it. Am I not bound too 1 255 75 POLI
At the masquerade, and afterwards crack a bottle 1 257 119 POLI
We’ll have him at the wedding. ’Tis his first visit 1 259 43 POLI
We’ll have him at the wedding. A man quite young 1 259 46 POLI
We’ll have him at the wedding. Politian’s young 1 259 46Ax POLI
And high descent. We’ll have him at the wedding. 1 259 50 POLI
LALAGE, in deep mourning, reading at a table 1 260 5d POLI
A thousand hearts — losing at length her own. 1 261 23 POLI
And at the best I’m certain, Madam, you cannot 1 262 54 POLI
Ha! here at least’s a friend — too much a friend 1 262 59 POLI
LALAGE I cannot pray! — My soul is at war with God! 1 263 76 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. O nothing — nothing at all. 1 265 8 POLI
DUKE. Nothing at all! 1 265 8 POLI
At nothing at all! 1 265 10 POLI
As tell me, Sir, at once what is’t you mean. 1 265 12 POLI
DUKE. That did you, Sir, and well I knew at the time 1 265 20 POLI
With your betrothed. You come, Sir, at a time 1 266 58 POLI
At thy behest I will shake off that nature 1 268 10 POLI
And still I speak of love. Look at me, brightest, 1 272 8 POLI
ThaniiiThy cause to scoff at this same glory 1 273 40 POLI
and followed by RUPERT/ at the same pace. 1 275 27/28d POLI
Vie- enters at`Tirst quickly — then saunter-/ingly — 1 276 1/ 2d POLI
She at length sets down/ the band-box 1 276 4/ 5d POLI
and looks at a watch hanging .1_,/ her side.) 1 276 5d POLI
The wedding is to be at dark, and here 1 276 6 POLI
The whole of my errands in two hours at farthest! 1 276 11 POLI
I will not walk myself to death at all — 1 276 13 POLI
she tears a slip from the paper at each/ number, 1 277 30/31d POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
Do we not? — at the Vatican. 1 280 44 POLI
POLITIAN. At the Vatican. 1 280 44 POLI
If that we meet at all, it were as well 1 280 44.1AB POLI
and he falls/ upon his knee at the feet of the Earl.) 1 281 30/31d POLI
Do err at times. 1 281 57 POLI
have at thee then at once, 1 281 58 POLI
have at thee — have at thee then 1 281 58B POLI
To take thee at thy word? But mark me, sir! 1 282 84 POLI
I cannot talk at all. It’s very strange 1 283 58 POLI
At length at length after so many days 1 286 5 POLI
I’ll mar this bridal if at the altar’s foot 1 287 61 POLI
I’ll mar this wedding if at the altar’s foot 1 287 61Ax POLI
Are all at my command, 1 307 5 BRIDA
Are all at my command, 1 308 4 BRIDF
Are all at my command, 1 308 29 BRIDA
At sight of thee and thine at once awake! 1 311 4 ZANTE
At bidding of vast formless things 1 325 13 WORM
At bidding of vast shadowy things 1 325 13A WORM
And seraphs sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31 WORM
And the angels sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31ABCFHL WORM
And the seraphs sob at vermin fangs 1 326 310EK WORM
With young hope at her side, 1 335 34 LENA
rapping at my chamber door — 1 364 4 RAVEN
tapping, at my chamber door — 1 364 4G RAVEN
“tapping at my chamber door — 1 365 S RAVEN
entrance at my chamber door — 1 365 16 RAVEN
entrance at my chamber door; — 1 365 17 RAVEN
tapping at my chamber door, 1 365 22 RAVEN
something at my window lattice; 1 366 33 RAVEN
Startled at the stillness broken 1 367 61 RAVEN
Wondering at the stillness broken 1 367 61AC RAVEN
with my head at ease reclining 1 368 75 RAVEN
That must be worn at heart. Search well the measure — 1 389 7 VALA
That must be worn at heart. Search well the measure — 1 389 7 VALG
That must be worn at heart. Search well the measure — 1 389 7F VALG
At thy soft-murmured words, “Let there be light!” 1 400 10 MLS
At the soft-murmured words that were fulfilled 1 400 11 MLS
At the end of our path a liquescent 1 416 33 ULA
At the end of my path a liquescent 1 416 33H ULA
Through all the flimsy things we see at once 1 425 3 DUNCE
How I shudder at the notes 1 434 15 BELLSB
How I shudder at the notes 1 435 15 BELLSC
At the melancholy meaning of the tone! 1 437 75 BELLSEG
At the melancholy menace of the tone! 1 437 75F-J BELLSEG
But now, at length, dear Dian sank from sight, 1 446 48 TOHEL
Is over at last — 1 456 4 ANNIE
Is conquered at last. 1 456 6 ANNIE
As I lie at full length — 1 456 10 ANNIE
I am better at length. 1 456 12 ANNIE
Might start at beholding me, 1 456 17 ANNIE
At heart: — ah, that horrible, 1 457 23 ANNIE
At heart: — oh, that horrible, 1 457 29A ANNIE
At heart: — O, that horrible, 1 457 298 ANNIE
(With her love at my breast) 1 459 91 ANNIE
That you shudder to look at me, 1 459 93 ANNIE
Failed him at length 1 463 14 ELDOR
ATHWART ( 3 3)
With all thy train, athwart the moony sky — 1 105 144 ALAAR
Beetling it bends athwart the solemn sky, 1 112 192 ALAAR
And roll’d, a flame, the fiery Heaven athwart. 1 114 236 ALAAR
ATOMIES ( 1 1)
Its atomies, however, 1 141 39 FAIRY1
ATTEMPT ( 4 4)
Nor would I dare attempt to trace 1 29 90 TAMA
Nor would I now attempt to trace 1 40 90 TAMB
I will not now attempt to trace 1 48 104 TAMF
Nor would I now attempt to trace 1 56 77 TAMH
ATTEMPTED ( 1 1)
Extremely well attempted! — Sir I am glad 1 285 123 POLI
ATTEND ( 5 4)
For that the power of thought attend the latter 1 11 75 TEMP
Ceasing their hymns, attend the spell 1 175 6 ISRG
Attend thou also more 1 258 23 POLI
Attend thou also somewhat more 1 258 23A2x POLI
Attend thee ever; and I will kneel to thee 1 274 82 POLI
ATTENDED ( 1 A)
Shall be attended to. Good night, Politian. 1 271 114 POLI
ATTENDS ( 1 0)
For that the power of thought attends the latter 1 11 75C TEMP
ATTENTION ( 1 1)
ALESSANDRA. Then see to it! — pay more attention, sir, 1 258 27 POLI
AUBER ( 8 6)
It was hard by the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 6 ULA
It was down by the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 8 ULA
We noted not the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 26 ULA
We remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28 ULA
Remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28CG ULA
Remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28F ULA
Well I know, now, this dim lake of Auber — 1 418 91 ULA
Well I know, now, this dank tarn of Auber — 1 418 93 ULA
AUDIBLE ( 1 1)
Low, sad, and solemn, but most audible, 1 263 68 POLI
AUGHT ( 4 4)
Had deem’d him, in compassion, aught 1 34 249 TAMA
Had deem’d him, in compassion, aught 1 44 249 TAMB
LALAGE What didst thou say, Jacinta? Have I done aught 1 261 36 POLI
Can I do aught? — is there no farther aid 1 262 44 POLI
AUGUST ( 1 1)
A Power august, benignant and supreme — 1 269 36 POLI
AUTUMN ( 4 3)
She seem’d not thus upon that autumn eve 1 113 200 ALAAR
In its autumn tint of gold — 1 146 16 ALONE
Stirred by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58 POLI
Moved by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58Ax POLI
AVAILETH ( 1 1)
For what (to them) availeth it to know 1 111 166 ALAAR
AVAUNT ( 10 5)
Hold off — thy sacred hand! — avaunt I say! 1 281 62 POLI
Hold off — hold off thy hand! — avaunt I say! 1 281 62B POLI
Avaunt — I will not fight thee — indeed I dare not. 1 281 63 POLI
Avaunt — I will not fight thee — I dare not — dare not. 1 281 638 POLI
“Avaunt! — to-night 1 336 44 LENA
“Avaunt! — avaunt! to friends from fiends 1 337 20 LENK
“Avaunt! tonight my heart is light — 1 337 20C-GL LENK
“Avaunt! avaunt! from fiends below 1 337 20J LENK
AVENGING ( 2 2)
Like an avenging apirit I’ll follow thee 1 282 88 POLI
Most righteous, and most just, avenging Heaven! 1 282 93 POLI
AVOW ( 2 2)
Thus much I will avow — 1 130 8 SHOULD
Thus much let me avow — 1 451 3 TAKE
AWAITS ( 2 2)
Befit thee — Fame awaits thee — Glory calls — 1 268 22 POLI
the Duke awaits us, — 1 271 88 POLI
AWAKE ( 18 11)
“1’ awake her, and a falsehood tell 1 36 289 TAMA
Awake, that I had held a thought 1 36 295 TAMA
My infant spirit would awake 1 48 89 TAMF
My infant spirit would awake 1 85 11 LAKEA
Then — ah then I would awake 1 85 11 LAKEF
My boyish spirit would awake 1 85 118 LAKEF
My infant spirit would awake 1 85 11C LAKEF
And would not for the world awake: 1 183 15 IRENE1
“Lady, awake! lady awake! 1 184 37 IRENE1
“Lady awake! awake! awake! 1 184 37B IRENE1
“Lady awake! — lady awake! 1 184 37C IRENE1
And would not, for the world, awake. 1 187 15 IRENE2
That, scarce awake, thy soul shall deem 1 223 20 SERE
At sight of thee and thine at once awake! 1 311 4 ZANTE
AWAKEN ( 4 4)
For what can awaken 1 111 148 ALAAR
My sorrow — I could not awaken 1 146 6 ALONE
Would God I could awaken! 1 308 37 BRIDA
Would God I could awaken! 1 309 28 BRIDF
AWAK’NING ( 1 1)
My spirit not awak’ning till the beam 1 68 2 DREA
AWARE ( 3 3)
BALDAZZAR. That he, Castiglione, not being aware 1 279 19 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. I am aware 1 281 53 POLI
Perhaps you’re not aware that — that — in short 1 285 114 POLI
AWAY ( 44 40)
My wilder’d heart was far away, 1 38 356 TAMA
If my peace hath flown away 1 53 239 TAMF
Went gloriously away, 1 53 250 TAMF
And I turn’d away to thee, 1 74 14 STAR
Away — away — ’mid seas of rays that roll 1 100 20 ALAAR
Of rosy head, that towering far away 1 106 7 ALAAR
The moonbeam away — 1 108 71 ALAAR
Away, then my dearest, 1 110 128 ALAAR
O! hie thee away 1 110 129 ALAAR
How lovely ’tis to look so far away! 1 113 199 ALAAR
Thus, in discourse, the lovers whiled away 1 115 261 ALAAR
To while away — forbidden things! 1 128 19 ROMG
To while away — forbidden thing! 1 128 19C ROMG
If my peace hath fled away 1 130 13 SHOULD
If my peace hath flown away 1 130 13BD SHOULD
Went gloriously away, 1 131 24 SHOULD
And quiet all away in jest — 1 157 30 INTRO
To while away — forbidden thing! 1 157 43 INTRO
And all the fires are fading away. 1 158 49 INTRO
To dream my very life away. 1 158 55 INTRO
On violet couches faint away. 1 160 15 MYST
And over the wet grass rippled away 1 162 28 FAIRY2
Far away — far away — 1 191 1 NISA
Far away — as far at least 1 191 2 NISA
Far away — far away? 1 191 6 NISA
One and all, too far away? 1 191 6B NISA
“Over the hills and far away.” 1 193 46 NISA
When far away his footsteps fall, 1 226 15 FANNY
Thy looks are haggard — nothing so wears away 1 258 15 POLI
Wears it away like evil hours and wine. 1 258 18 POLI
[LALAGE] Away — Away — farewell! 1 287 62 POLI
A winged odor went away. 1 316 16 HAUNT
A winged odor went away. 1 316 16ABCEGHKLO HAUNT
Amid the clouds of glory, far away 1 407 31 MARA
Amid empurpled vapors, far away 1 408 26 MARB
Didst glide away. Qnly thine eyes remained. 1 446 51 TOHEL
Come to life and fade away; 1 450 6 ALE
Yet if hope has flown away 1 451 6 TAKE
And bore her away from me, 1 477 18 LEEA
And bore her away from me, 1 479 18 LEEE
AWE ( 2 1)
With horror and awe! 1 263 82 POLI
Oppresses me! with awe. Ye Memories! 1 286 I2Ax POLI
AWHILE ( 3 3)
I gaz’d awhile 1 74 9 STAR
Of the populous Earth! Bear with me yet awhile! 1 268 31 POLI
O Azrael, yet awhile! — Prince of the Powers 1 279 4 POLI
AWOKE ( 4 3)
The storm had ceas’d — and I awoke — 1 29 70 TAMA
The storm had ceas’d & I awoke — 1 40 70 TAMB
Awoke that slept — or knew that he was there. 1 113 213 ALAAR
Awoke that slept — or knew that it was there. 1 113 213CE ALAAR
AYE ( 2 2)
Shame said’st thou? Aye I did inherit 1 27 24 TAMA
Aye — the same thing heritage path giv’n 1 27 33 TAMA
AZRAEL ( 1 1)
O Azrael, yet awhile! — Prince of the Powers 1 279 4 POLI
AZURE ( 1 1)
Nightly, from their azure towers, 1 195 5 NISE
BABYLON ( 2 2)
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 200 27 CITYA
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 201 18 CITYH
BABYLON-LIKE ( 2 2)
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 200 27 CITYA
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 201 18 CITYH
BACK ( 17 14)
Toss back his fine curls from his forehead fair 1 11 51 TEMP
Now as I look back, the strife 1 32 172 TAMA
Now as I look back, the strife 1 41 172 TAMB
Turned back upon the past? 1 79 8 ADRE
(Thrown back from flowers) of Beauty’s eye, 1 99 2 ALAAR
And vampyre-winged pannels back, 1 185 72 IRENE1
And vampire-wing-like pannels back, 1 185 72BC IRENE1
And winged pannels fluttering back, 1 188 51 IRENE2
And wing-like pannels fluttering back, 1 188 SIDE IRENE2
And winged pannels fluttering back, 1 188 51GHK IRENE2
(pulling him back.) 1 251 23d POLI
resting her elbows upon the back, 1 260 15d POLI
Stand back! I have a crucifix myself, — 1 264 102 POLI
A piece of service; wilt thou go back and say 1 280 33 POLI
murmured back the word, “Lenore!” 1 366 29 RAVEN
Back into the chamber turning, 1 366 31 RAVEN
“Get thee back into the tempest 1 369 98 RAVEN
BACKGROUND ( 1 1)
In the background 1 260 6d POLI
BAD ( 8 7)
For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
The good, the bad, the ideal, 1 49 143 TAMF
And the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 4 CITYA
Where the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 4B CITYA
Where the good and the bad and the worst and the best 1 201 4 CITYH
UGO. This wine’s not bad! gentlemen why d’ye blame 1 250 62 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! too bad upon my soul! 1 257 111 POLI
A tub of ashes! too bad! I can’t be angry 1 257 112 POLI
BADE ( 4 4)
And bade it first to dream of crime, 1 31 149 TAMA
And bade it first to dream of crime. 1 41 149 TAMB
Chimed in with my desires and bade me stay! 1 271 108 POLI
That bade me pause before that garden-gate, 1 445 23 TOHEL
BAFFLED ( 1 1)
Shall I be baffled thus? — now this is well; 1 281 65 POLI
BAJAZET ( 1 1)
A rebel or a Bajazet? 1 51 178 TAMF
BAL ( 1 0)
Bal. Let us go down — for it is getting late 1 270 82Ax POLI
BALBEC ( 3 1)
From Balbec, and the stilly, clear abyss 1 107 37 ALAAR
From Balbec and the stilly, clear abyss 1 107 37B ALAAR
From Balbec, and thy stilly, clear abyss 1 107 37EJ ALAAR
BALDAZZAR ( 23 22)
The Earl — he with his friend Baldazzar 1 265 30 POLI
(Enter POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR.) 1 266 20d POLI
Upon his friend Baldazzar. Ah! welcome, Sir! 1 266 46 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. The Earl has letters, 1 266 51 POLI
POLITIAN. Not so, Baldazzar! 1 267 5 POLI
An apartment in a palace. POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR. 1 267 24d POLI
If such there be, my friend Baldazzar here — 1 267 62 POLI
Baldazzar! — ah! — my friend Baldazzar here 1 267 63 POLI
POLITIAN. Baldazzar, it does grieve me 1 268 7 POLI
Baldazzar, speak no more 1 268 27 POLI
And dazzle me, Baldazzar. Alas! alas! 1 269 42 POLI
Thou hearest not now, Baldazzar? 1 269 51 POLI
Baldazzar, it oppresses me like a spell! 1 269 55 POLI
POLITIAN. Go down, Baldazzar, go! 1 271 87 POLI
Let us descend. Baldazzar! Oh I would give, 1 271 100AB POLI
Still will I not descend. Baldazzar, make 1 271 111 POLI
What answer was it you brought me, good Baldazzar? 1 279 14 POLI
(Enter BALDAZZAR.) 1 279 16d POLI
When saw you now, Baldazzar, in the frigid 1 280 24 POLI
(exit BALDAZZAR.) 1 280 26d POLI
All very true. Thou art my friend, Baldazzar, 1 280 31 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. I am aware 1 281 53 POLI
BALL ( 1 1)
For at a ball what fair one can escape 1 11 55 TEMP
BALM ( 2 2)
LALAGE. If there be balm 1 261 30 POLI
Is there — is there balm in Gilead? — 1 368 89 RAVEN
BALMIER ( 1 1)
Is balmier now than it was wont to be — 1 269 46 POLI
BALMY ( 2 2)
Heaving her white breast to the balmy air, 1 101 64 ALAAR
Through the balmy air of night 1 435 18 BELLSEG
BAN ( 2 2)
To ev’ry heart a barrier and a ban 1 105 149 ALAAR
To bar up our way and to ban it 1 418 98 ULA
BAND ( 2 2)
and bearing a/ flat band-box. 1 275/ 276 32/ 1d POLI
She at length sets down/ the band-box 1 276 4/ 5d POLI
BAND-BOX ( 2 2)
and bearing a/ flat band-box. 1 275/ 276 32/ ld POLI
She at length sets down/ the band-box 1 276 4/ 5d POLI
BANDBOX ( 4 4)
and kicks the bandbox to and/ fro 1 276 18/19d POLI
and... treads upon the band-/box, 1 278 22/23d POLI
who/ throws the bandbox after him.) 1 279 3/ 4d POLI
Stuffed in that bandbox? I’ll let him have it thus 1 279 87 POLI
BANISH ( 3 2)
— But its thought thou can’st not banish. 1 71 22 SPIRA
Now are thoughts thou shalt not banish — 1 72 19 SPIRD
Now are thoughts thou can’st not banish — 1 72 19B SPIRD
BANK ( 5 5)
To see me, as I sit upon the bank 1 276 18 POLI
(Seats herself on a bank 1 276 18d POLI
Take a bank note and fold it up, 1 378 3 WALL
lost in a 1 fog-bank 1 1 394 2 MODD
Clad all in white, upon a violet bank 1 445 17 TOHEL
BANKING ( 1 1)
Better than banking, trade or leases — 1 378 2 WALL
BANKS ( 1 1)
The mossy banks and the meandering paths, 1 446 32 TOHEL
BANNER ( 3 2)
“Like a banner o’er thy dreaming eye! 1 184 36 IRENE1
“As a banner o’er thy dreaming eye! 1 184 36B IRENE1
All banner-like, above a grave. 1 193 44 NISB
BANNER-LIKE ( 1 1)
All banner-like, above a grave. 1 193 44 NISB
BANNERS ( 3 3)
From clouds that hung, like banners, o’er, 1 46 49 TAMF
From clouds that hung, like banners, o’er, 1 55 45 TAMH
Banners yellow, glorious, golden, 1 315 9 HAUNT
BAR ( 2 2)
Of thy barrier and thy bar — 1 103 89 ALAAR
To bar up our way and to ban it 1 418 98 ULA
BARD ( 6 6)
Best bard, — because the wisest. 1 174 28 ISRA
Best bard, because the wisest! 1 176 33 ISRG
A bard of brilliant but unlicensed page 1 221 7 ENIGMA
The bard that paints imagination’s powers, 1 222 11 ENIGMA
Once more an ancient tragic bard recall, 1 222 13 ENIGMA
Stored with the wealth of bard and sage, 1 386 18 FSO
BARE ( 1 1)
Lay bare, thro’ vistas thunder-riven, 1 157 15 INTRO
BARELY ( 1 1)
But barely shelter’d — and the wind 1 28 61 TAMA
BARING ( 1 1)
(baring his bosom.) 1 282 13d POLI
BARKS ( 2 1)
Like those Nicean barks of yore, 1 165 2 HELF
Like those Nicean barks of yore, 1 165 EABJ HELF
BARRIER ( 3 3)
Of thy barrier and thy bar — 1 103 89 ALAAR
Of the barrier overgone 1 103 90 ALAAR
To ev’ry heart a barrier and a ban 1 105 149 ALAAR
BARRING ( 1 1)
Barring some trivial improprieties, 1 249 32 POLI
BASE ( 1 1)
Of that most base seduction and abandonment. 1 249 42 POLI
BASKET ( 1 1)
and a basket full of bottles.) 1 255 31d POLI
BASTARD’ ( 1 1)
... with a ’bastard’ foot"] 1 393 15 MODC
BAT ( 4 3)
Despair, the fabled vampire-bat, 1 46 27 TAMF
A midnight vigil holds the swarthy bat! 1 228 19 COLIS
A secret vigil holds the swarthy bat! 1 228 19B COLIS
A secret vigil holds the swarthy bat 1 286 24 POLI
BATH ( 1 1)
Drowned in a bath 1 458 71 ANNIE
BATHE ( 3 3)
Bathe me in light! 1 160 8 MYST
To bathe in the pure element, 1 184 50 IRENE1
Let us bathe in this crystalline light! 1 417 63 ULA
BATHING ( 1 1)
Bathing in many 1 458 68 ANNIE
BATTLE ( 11 9)
The battle-cry of victory! 1 28 59 TAMA
Of human battle, where my voice, 1 47 54 TAMF
The battle cry of victory. 1 47 58 TAMF
Why in the battle did not I? 1 53 252 TAMF
Of human battle, where my voice, 1 55 50 TAMH
Of human battle (near me swelling.) 1 55 50E TAMH
The battle-cry of Victory! 1 55 54 TAMH
Why in the battle did not I? 1 131 26D SHOULD
In the battle down the dell, 1 307 11 BRIDA
In the battle down the dell, 1 309 11 BRIDF
Wakening the broad welkin with his loud battle cry; 1 341 2 CAMP
BATTLE-CRY ( 2 2)
The battle-cry of victory! 1 28 59 TAMA
The battle-cry of Victory! 1 55 54 TAMH
BAUBLES ( 1 1)
Of the baubles that it may. 1 133 12 BOWERS
BEADS ( 1 1)
Why, Cas! I’ve got a string of beads at home 1 253 11 POLI
BEAK ( 1 1)
Take thy beak from out my heart, 1 369 101 RAVEN
BEAM ( 16 15)
That kindling thought — did not the beam 1 33 210 TAMA
Her smile is chilly, and her beam 1 38 378 TAMA
(That kindling thought) — did not the beam 1 42 210 TAMB
Her smile is chilly, and her beam 1 52 209 TAMF
My own had past, did not the beam 1 58 135 TAMH
Her smile is chilly — and her beam, 1 60 203 TAMH
My spirit not awak’ning till the beam 1 68 2 DREA
But their red orbs, without beam, 1 71 15 SPIRA
But their red orbs, without beam, 1 72 15 SPIRD
Her beam on the waves. 1 74 8 STAR
And dearer thy beam shall be; 1 74 17 STAR
To a ferver by the moon beam that hangs o’er, 1 77 10 STAN
Hath cheered me as a lovely beam 1 79 11 ADRE
His heart which trembles at the beam 1 135 13 TOFO
The heart which trembles at the beam 1 135 13ABCF TOFO
And the glittering beam from a maiden’s eye 1 302 9 PARO
BEAMING ( 1 1)
Its Sibyllic splendor is beaming 1 417 64 ULA
BEAMS ( 2 2)
For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams 1 478 34 LEEA
For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams 1 479 34 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)