Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (BEAR through BIER),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 55-67 (This material is protected by copyright)


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BEAR ( 6 6)
To bear the Goddess’ song, in odors, up to Heaven: 1 102 81 ALAAR
To bear my secrets thro’ the upper Heaven. 1 105 142 ALAAR
RUPERT. How will she bear 1 250 54 POLI
Ere this mischance. I cannot bear to think 1 250 60 POLI
Of the populous Earth! Bear with me yet awhile! 1 268 31 POLI
(Ah, bear in mind this garden was enchanted!) 1 446 30 TOHEL
BEARER ( 1 1)
To me, Castiglione; the bearer being 1 281 52 POLI
BEAREST ( 1 1)
Thou bearest in Heav’n at night, 1 74 20 STAR
BEARING ( 4 3)
(Enter UGO, bearing a bundle 1 255 31d POLI
Your bearing lately savoured much of rudeness 1 270 85Ax POLI
Your bearing lately savoured much of rudeness 1 271 97 POLI
and bearing a/ flat band-box. 1 275/ 276 32/ id POLI
BEAST ( 1 1)
Bird or beast upon the sculptured 1 367 53 RAVEN
BEATEN ( 4 3)
Of a wind-beaten shore, 1 53 244 TAMF
With desp’rate energy ’t hath beaten down; 1 78 31 STAN
Of a weather-beaten shore, 1 131 18 SHOULD
Of a wind-beaten shore, 1 131 18D SHOULD
BEATING ( 3 3)
To those who hear not for their beating hearts. 1 112 177 ALAAR
Who hear not for the beating of their hearts. 1 115 264 ALAAR
So that now, to still the beating 1 365 15 RAVEN
BEATS ( 7 6)
Than ev’n thy glowing bosom beats withal, 1 113 217 ALAAR
Than even thy glowing bosom beats withal, 1 113 217A ALAAR
My bosom beats with shame 1 131 31 SHOULD
The pulse beats ten and intermits. 1 403 1 PHYS
The pulse beats ten and intermits. 1 403 5 PHYS
The pulse beats ten and intermits. 1 403 7 PHYS
How my heart beats in coupling those two words!) 1 445 27 TOHEL
BEAU ( 3 3)
One of these fish, par excellence the beau, 1 11 59 TEMP
The “beau ideal” fancied for Adonis. 1 11 72 TEMP
My friend, the beau, hath made a settled matter, 1 11 76 TEMP
BEAUTEOUS ( 2 1)
Told of a beauteous dame beyond the sea! 1 261 15 POLI
Told of a beauteous dame in Albion! 1 261 15Ax POLI
BEAUTIFUL ( 30 26)
Fearfully beautiful! the real 1 32 169 TAMA
The wild, the beautiful, conspire 1 34 254 TAMA
Fearfully beautiful — the real 1 41 169 TAMB
Of beautiful Gomorrah! O, the wave 1 107 38 ALAAR
Of beautiful Gomorrah! — oh! the wave 1 107 388 ALAAR
Too beautiful Gomorrah! O, the wave 1 107 38EJ ALAAR
My beautiful one! 1 109 101 ALAAR
Majestic, beautiful art thou; 1 224 6 SLEEP
But all is beautiful and still — 1 224 14 SLEEP
So beautiful and kind. 1 249 35 POLI
Young, ardent, beautiful, and loving well 1 254 45 POLI
And pure as beautiful, how could she think — 1 254 46 POLI
Oh, beautiful! — most beautiful! — how like 1 260 10 POLI
So keen a relish for the beautiful 1 269 44 POLI
And beautiful Lalage! — turn here thine eyes! 1 272 9 POLI
And beautiful Lalage! — and listen to me! 1 272 9AB POLI
Do I not love — art thou not beautiful — 1 273 34 POLI
My own, my beautiful, my love, my wife, 1 274 84 POLI
And by him the bride — so beautiful — the bride 1 287 57 POLI
Beautiful! 1 393 5 MODC
With rue and the beautiful 1 458 65 ANNIE
My beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 477 16 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
My beautiful Annabel Lee; 1 479 16A-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
BEAUTY ( 52 46)
The breathing beauty of a face, 1 29 91 TAMA
And happy beauty (for to me 1 32 161 TAMA
(With thine unearthly beauty fraught) 1 32 177 TAMA
Of Beauty, which did guide it through 1 33 211 TAMA
With the noon-day beauty, which is all. 1 39 388 TAMA
The more than beauty of a face 1 40 91 TAMB
And happy beauty — (for to me 1 41 161 TAMB
(With thine unearthly beauty fraught —) 1 42 177 TAMB
Of Beauty, which did guide it thro’ 1 42 211 TAMB
The more than beauty of a face 1 48 105 TAMF
And beauty of so wild a birth — 1 51 191 TAMF
Shed all the beauty of her noon, 1 52 208 TAMF
The more than beauty of a face 1 56 78 TAMH
Of beauty which did while it thro’ 1 58 136 TAMH
And beauty of so wild a birth — 1 59 185 TAMH
With the noon-day beauty — which is all. 1 60 212 TAMH
In day light, and in beauty from his birth: 1 77 3 STAN
In beauty by our God, to those alone 1 78 26 STAN
Yet all the beauty — all the flowers 1 100 12 ALAAR
Whence sprang the “Idea of Beauty” into birth, 1 100 31 ALAAR
Seen but in beauty — not impeding sight 1 100 38 ALAAR
Of other beauty glittering thro’ the light — 1 101 39 ALAAR
Like guilty beauty, chasten’d, and more fair: 1 101 65 ALAAR
In beauty vie! 1 102 85 ALAAR
The birth-place of young Beauty had no more. 1 105 154 ALAAR
And hallow’d all the beauty twice again, 1 106 25 ALAAR
Thy luridness of beauty — and of sin. 1 107 39.4B ALAAR
More beauty clung around her column’d wall 1 113 216 ALAAR
More beauty clung around her columned wall 1 113 216A ALAAR
Ianthe, beauty crowded on me then, 1 113 225 ALAAR
And thy star trembled — as doth Beauty then!” 1 115 260 ALAAR
Of beauty — the unhidden heart — 1 134 4 TOFO
Yet all the beauty — all the flowers 1 160 10 MYST
Helen, thy beauty is to me 1 165 1 HELF
To the beauty of fair Greece, 1 166 9AB HELF
Imbued with all the beauty 1 174 22 ISRA
Imbued with all the beauty 1 176 27 ISRG
All beauty sleeps: and lo! where lies 1 183 22 IRENE1
All Beauty sleeps! — and lo! where lies 1 187 16 IRENE2
Her beauty with a tear! 1 206 8 PAEAN
Dead beauty with a tear! 1 206 8A PAEAN
And unassuming beauty 1 235 6 THOUA
Thy grace, thy more than beauty, 1 235 6 THOUF
Thy truth, thy youth, thy beauty, 1 235 6 THOUJ
Thy unassuming beauty, 1 235 6BC THOUJ
Thy virtue, grace, and beauty, 1 235 6D THOUJ
And Beauty long deceased — remembers me 1 262 65 POLI
Thy beauty and thy woes. 1 272 22 POLI
In voices of surpassing beauty, 1 316 31 HAUNT
With Hope and in Beauty to-night — 1 417 65 ULA
They fill my soul with Beauty (which is Hope,) 1 446 61 TOHEL
And the beauty of Annie — 1 458 70 ANNIE
BEAUTY’S ( 7 7)
(Thrown back from flowers) of Beauty’s eye, 1 99 2 ALAAR
That Nature loves the best for Beauty’s grave 1 106 30 ALAAR
And looks so sweetly down on Beauty’s hair — 1 112 187 ALAAR
As glowing Beauty’s bust beneath man’s eye, 1 115 258 ALAAR
Was mingling his with Beauty’s breath — 1 157 32 INTRO
Beauty’s eye is here the bluest 1 160 18 MYST
Lazily upon beauty’s eye, 1 183 4 IRENE1
BECAME ( 7 6)
Crowding, confused became 1 32 176 TAMA
Crowding confusedly became 1 42 176 TAMB
And so, confusedly, became 1 50 148 TAMF
And, so, confusedly, became 1 57 125 TAMH
became my blushing bride — 1 349 4 EULA
became my smil bride — 1 349 4AZ EULA
became my smiling bride, 1 349 5 EULA
BECAUSE ( 6 6)
Because divided it may chance be shaken) 1 10 46 TEMP
Because to his cat’s eyes I hold a glass 1 12 87 TEMP
Best bard, — because the wisest. 1 174 28 ISRA
Best bard, because the wisest! 1 176 33 ISRG
Because I feel that, in the Heavens above, 1 467 1 MOTHB
Because the angels in the Heavens above, 1 467 1 MOTHC
BECOME ( 6 6)
Seem’d to become a queenly throne 1 34 231 TAMA
That any should become “great,” born 1 34 259 TAMA
Seem’d to become a queenly throne 1 43 231 TAMB
Seem’d to become a queenly throne 1 58 152 TAMH
When you become a cardinal: meantime 1 255 61 POLI
The mimes become its food, 1 326 30 WORM
BECOMES ( 1 1)
His form once seen becomes a part of sight, 1 11 70 TEMP
BECOMING ( 2 2)
To a becoming carriage — much thou wantest 1 258 28 POLI
A dress of Genoa velvet — ’tis becoming. 1 278 56 POLI
BED ( 24 21)
Is grace to its heav’nly bed of blue; 1 37 321 TAMA
All hurriedly she knelt upon a bed 1 101 42 ALAAR
Such as the drowsy shepherd on his bed 1 105 2 ALAAR
In bed at a reveille “roll call.” 1 151 4 LOCKE
That bed for one more melancholy. 1 185 66 IRENE1
This bed being changed for one more holy, 1 188 40DE IRENE2
This bed for one more melancholy, 1 188 41 IRENE2
Tempt the waters from their bed: 1 200 36 CITYA
Tempt the waters from their bed; 1 202 35 CITYH
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder 1 228 21.2A-DFK COLIS
And tumbled him into bed. 1 248 20 POLI
RUPERT. Let us to bed! the man is steeped in liquor. 1 250 70 POLI
Come let us to bed 1 250 70 POLI
UGO. What did they say? to bed! 1 250 71 POLI
I will to bed anon ah! bless my eyes! 1 250 73 POLI
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder: 1 286 22.lAx POLI
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder: 1 286 28 POLI
Of all who, on Despair’s unhallowed bed 1 400 8 MLS
Now, in my bed, 1 456 14 ANNIE
And narrow my bed; 1 457 48 ANNIE
In a different bed — 1 457 50 ANNIE
In just such a bed. 1 457 52 ANNIE
Now, in my bed, 1 459 86 ANNIE
Now in my bed, 1 459 90 ANNIE
BEDECKS ( 1 1)
A rarer loveliness bedecks the earth — 1 269 48 POLI
BEDIAMONDED ( 1 1)
Astarte’s bediamonded crescent, 1 417 37 ULA
BEDIGHT ( 5 2)
An angel throng, bewinged, bedight 1 325 3 WORM
A mystic throng, bewinged, bedight 1 325 3A WORM
A mystic throng, bewing’d, bedight 1 325 3BD WORM
An angel throng, bewing’d, bedight 1 325 3H WORM
Gaily bedight, 1 463 1 ELDOR
BEDS ( 1 1)
On beds of fire that burn below, 1 60 220 TAMH
BEE ( 2 2)
It still remaineth, torturing the bee 1 101 58 ALAAR
Have slept with the bee — 1 110 141 ALAAR
BEES ( 1 1)
The Sephalica, budding with young bees, 1 101 48 ALAAR
BEETLING ( 1 1)
Beetling it bends athwart the solemn sky, 1 112 192 ALAAR
BEFIT ( 1 1)
Befit thee — Fame awaits thee — Glory calls — 1 268 22 POLI
BEFITTING ( 1 1)
In state his glory well befitting 1 316 23 HAUNT
BEFORE ( 31 29)
Of flow’rs which we have known before 1 31 140 TAMA
My mind, it had not known before — 1 34 235 TAMA
My mind it had not known before — 1 43 235 TAMB
The world all love before thee: 1 66 4 SONG
The world all love before thee. 1 66 16 SONG
In life before thee, are again 1 71 8 SPIRA
In life before thee are again 1 72 8 SPIRD
Each hour before us — but then only bid 1 78 22 STAN
On flowers, before, and mist, and love they ran 1 113 208 ALAAR
And fell — not swiftly as I rose before, 1 114 238 ALAAR
We paus’d before the heritage of men, 1 115 259 ALAAR
For the same end as before — 1 141 36 FAIRY1
And the rivulet that ran before the door! 1 263 85 POLI
And vows before the throne? 1 263 92 POLI
but/ his purpose is changed before reaching him, 1 281 29/30d POLI
For public insult in the streets — before 1 282 86 POLI
Even unto death. Before those whom thou lovest — 1 282 89 POLI
Before all Rome I’ll taunt thee, villain, — 1 282 90 POLI
I’ve heard before that such ideas as these 1 283 61 POLI
And I sighed to him before me, 1 307 17 BRIDA
And I sighed to him before me, 1 309 17 BRIDF
Hath “gone before” 1 335 33 LENA
The sweet Lenore hath gone before, 1 337 15 LENK
She — sweet Lenore hath gone before, 1 337 15C LENK
terrors never felt before; 1 365 14 RAVEN
ever dared to dream before; 1 365 26 RAVEN
somewhat louder than before. 1 366 32 RAVEN
something louder than before. 1 366 32W RAVEN
“Other friends have flown before — 1 367 58 RAVEN
as my Hopes have flown before.” 1 367 59 RAVEN
That bade me pause before that garden-gate, 1 445 23 TOHEL
BEG ( 2 2)
I beg your pardon, reader, for the oath, 1 10 35 TEMP
BALDAZZAR. Let me beg you sir, 1 271 104 POLI
BEGAN ( 1 1)
Complete at night what he began A.M. 1 11 53 TEMP
BEGIRT ( 2 2)
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 50 155 TAMF
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 58 143 TAMH
BEGONE ( 3 3)
Of my unspeakable misery! —— begone! 1 263 89 POLI
“What are you doing here? Begone you ugly 1 278 76 POLI
“Begone I say this minute — get out you viper. 1 278 78 POLI
BEGOTTEN ( 1 1)
Of lip-begotten words — 1 132 4 BOWERS
BEGUILING ( 4 3)
Then this ebony bird beguiling 1 366 43 RAVEN
Then this ebon bird beguiling 1 366 430 RAVEN
But the Raven still beguiling 1 367 67 RAVEN
Wins the bird, beguiling 1 399 10 LOU
BEHEST ( 1 1)
At thy behest I will shake off that nature 1 268 10 POLI
BEHIND ( 5 5)
Leaves not its memory behind. 1 29 93 TAMA
Leaves not its memory behind. 1 41 93 TAMB
Came o’er me in the night and left behind 1 69 22 DREA
And years I left behind me in an hour. 1 113 220 ALAAR
POLITIAN entering from behind/ — moonlight. 1 285 29/30d POLI
BEHOLD ( 5 4)
Behold the cross wherewith a vow like mine 1 264 106 POLI
Lest I behold thee not; thou couldst not go 1 275 93 POLI
For vengeance or will never. Behold the priest 1 287 55Ax POLI
Behold the golden token 1 308 35 BRIDA
Behold the golden token 1 309 26 BRIDF
BEHOLDER ( 1 1)
That any beholder 1 456 15 ANNIE
BEHOLDING ( 1 1)
Might start at beholding me, 1 456 17 ANNIE
BEHOLDS ( 2 1)
Beholds it but through darkened glasses. 1 345 50 ROUTE
Beholds it but through darken’d glasses. 1 345 50D ROUTE
BEING ( 25 21)
I had no being but in thee! 1 31 159 TAMA
Of varied being, which contain 1 32 165 TAMA
I had no being but in thee — 1 41 159 TAMB
Of varied being which contain 1 41 165 TAMB
I had no being but in thee: 1 49 139 TAMF
I had no being — but in thee: 1 57 116 TAMH
A wilder’d being from my birth 1 79 .1A ADRE
Being ignorant of one important rule, 1 148 12 ELIZA
For, being an idle boy Lang syne, 1 157 19 INTRO
And so, being young and dipt in folly 1 157 27 INTRO
This bed being changed for one more holy, 1 188 40DE IRENE2
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
quite right — being as you say 1 248 12 POLI
Being, as you observe, a most notorious liar — 1 248 16 POLI
How could she dream, being herself all truth 1 254 47 POLI
You were wrong — it being not the character 1 265 21 POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That he, Castiglione, not being aware 1 279 19 POLI
To me, Castiglione; the bearer being 1 281 52 POLI
Being in the dumps about this little matter 1 283 65 POLI
Not being dead, nor yet to say deceased, 1 284 87 POLI
that no living human being 1 367 51 RAVEN
that no sublunary being 1 367 51ACE RAVEN
BEINGS ( 5 5)
From mine own home, with beings that have been 1 68 17 DREA
Of beings that have been, 1 75 7 IMIT
Tho’ the beings whom thy Nesace, 1 103 102 ALAAR
Bright beings! that ponder, 1 108 72 ALAAR
There are beings, and have been 1 130 9 SHOULD
BELIEVE ( 16 16)
Of which sound doctrine I believe each tittle, 1 9 7 TEMP
Which knows (believe me at this time, 1 32 189 TAMA
In their own sphere — will not believe 1 35 260 TAMA
Which knows (believe! for now on me 1 42 189 TAMB
And I believe the winged strife 1 46 42 TAMF
Father, I firmly do believe — 1 52 217 TAMF
I do believe that Eblis hath 1 52 224 TAMF
And, I believe, the winged strife 1 55 38 TAMH
Father, I firmly do believe — 1 60 222 TAMH
I do believe that Eblis hath 1 60 229 TAMH
But I will half believe that wild light fraught 1 77 11 STAN
JACINTA. I can’t believe 1 262 39 POLI
Let us descend. Believe me I would give, 1 271 100 POLI
BENITO. To night I believe. 1 275 2 POLI
I do believe thee! — coward, I do believe thee! 1 281 70 POLI
BELIEVING ( 1 1)
Have seized on human brains, still not believing 1 283 62 POLI
BELL ( 10 7)
“’Neath blue-bell or streamer — 1 108 68 ALAAR
With a tinkling like a bell! 1 162 29 FAIRY2
From the depths of each pallid lily-bell, 1 196 27.2C NISE
His blue-bell helmet, we have heard, 1 301 1 PARO
Let the bell toll! — A saintly soul 1 334 3 LENA
Let the bell toll! — 1 334 3B LENA
Let the bell toll! — 1 336 2 LENK
Let no bell toll! 1 336 49 LENA
Let no bell toll, lest her sweet soul, 1 337 22C-GL LENK
Let no bell toll, then, lest her soul, 1 337 23 LENK
BELLS ( 116 93)
Bells ringing and shouts heard in/ the distance. 1 275 25/26d POLI
The bells! — ah, the bells! 1 434 1 BELLSB
The bells! — hear the bells! 1 434 1 BELLSC
The little silver bells! 1 434 2 BELLSB
The merry wedding bells! 1 434 2 BELLSC
The little silver bells! 1 434 3 BELLSC
Of the bells, bells, bells! 1 434 6 BELLSC
Of the bells, bells, bells — 1 434 7 BELLSB
Of the bells! 1 434 7 BELLSC
Of the bells! 1 434 8 BELLSB
The bells! — ah, the bells! 1 434 8 BELLSC
The bells! — ah, the bells! 1 434 9 BELLSB
The heavy iron bells! 1 434 9 BELLSC
The heavy iron bells! 1 434 10 BELLSB
Hear the tolling of the bells! 1 434 10 BELLSC
Of the bells, bells, bells — 1 434 16 BELLSB
Of the bells! 1 434 17 BELLSB
Hear the sledges with the bells — 1 435 1 BELLSEG
Silver bells! 1 435 2 BELLSEG
From the bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 435 12 BELLSEG
From the bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 435 12A-D BELLSEG
Bells, bells, bells — 1 435 13 BELLSEG
Bells, bells — 1 435 13A-D BELLSEG
From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. 1 435 14 BELLSEG
Hear the mellow wedding bells — 1 435 15 BELLSEG
Golden bells! 1 435 16 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells — 1 435 17 BELLSC
Of the bells — 1 435 18 BELLSC
Of the bells, bells, bells! — 1 436 32 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 436 33 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 436 33A-D BELLSEG
Bells, bells, bells — 1 436 34 BELLSEG
Bells, bells — 1 436 34A-D BELLSEG
To the rhyming and the chiming of the bells! 1 436 35 BELLSEG
Hear the loud alarum bells — 1 436 36 BELLSEG
Brazen bells! 1 436 37 BELLSEG
Oh, the bells, bells, bells! 1 436 51 BELLSEG
in the anger of the bells — 1 437 65 BELLSEG
in the clamor of the bells — 1 437 65A-D BELLSEG
Of the bells — 1 437 66 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 437 67 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 437 67A-D BELLSEG
Bells, bells, bells — 1 437 68 BELLSEG
Bells, bells — 1 437 68A-D BELLSEG
in the clamor and the clangor of the bells. 1 437 69 BELLSEG
In the anger and the clangor of the bells. 1 437 69A-D BELLSEG
Hear the tolling of the bells — 1 437 70 BELLSEG
Iron bells! 1 437 71 BELLSEG
A Paean from the bells! 1 438 91 BELLSEG
With the Paean of the bells! 1 438 93 BELLSEG
To the Paean of the bells — 1 438 97 BELLSEG
Of the bells: — 1 438 98 BELLSEG
To the throbbing of the bells — 1 438 101 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells — 1 438 102 BELLSEG
To the sobbing of the bells: — 1 438 103 BELLSEG
To the rolling of the bells — 1 438 107 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells: — 1 438 108 BELLSEG
To the tolling of the bells — 1 438 109 BELLSEG
Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, 1 438 110 BELLSEG
Bells, bells, bells — 1 438 111 BELLSEG
To the moaning and the groaning of the bells. 1 438 112 BELLSEG
BELONG ( 2 2)
To thee the laurels belong 1 174 27 ISRA
To thee the laurels belong, 1 176 32 ISRG
BELONGS ( 2 1)
Very plainly through the window — it belongs, 1 269 63 POLI
Very plainly through the window — that lattice belongs, 1 269 63AB POLI
BELOVED ( 6 4)
“Then, for thine own beloved sake. 1 184 36.3C IRENE1
Of life — beloved, and fair; 1 206 30 PAEAN
Beloved, let thy generous heart 1 235 1D THOUJ
Beloved! amid the earnest woes 1 236 1 TOF
And worship thee, and call thee my beloved, 1 274 83 POLI
Hold off thy hand — with that beloved name 1 281 67 POLI
BELOW ( 12 7)
On beds of fire that burn below, 1 60 220 TAMH
We came, my love; around, above, below, 1 114 247 ALAAR
Th’ uncertain, shadowy heaven below. 1 184 59 IRENE1
To the frightful sounds of merriment below 1 249 49.1Ax POLI
UGO. Sir? — it’s the sackcloth, and that down below 1 256 108 POLI
and that there down below 1 256 108Ax POLI
The frightful sounds of merriment below 1 263 77 POLI
And they wait for us below — Politian give 1 270 83Ax POLI
Below. What ails thee, Earl Politian? 1 271 90 POLI
To friends above, from fiends below, 1 336 55 LENA
“Avaunt! avaunt! from fiends below 1 337 20J LENK
To friends above from fiends below 1 337 24C-GL LENK
BENDED ( 2 2)
Thus on my bended knee I answer thee. 1 272 13 POLI
Thus on my bended knee. It were most fitting 1 282 77 POLI
BENDS ( 2 2)
Beetling it bends athwart the solemn sky, 1 112 192 ALAAR
By that Heaven that bends above us — 1 368 92 RAVEN
BENEATH ( 20 16)
The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree? 1 91 14 SCI
The summer dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 14ADE SCI
The summer’s dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 14BC SCI
Beneath thy burning eye; 1 104 109 ALAAR
Had burst beneath the heaving of her heart. 1 108 55 ALAAR
She paus’d and panted, Zanthe! all beneath, 1 108 57 ALAAR
Beneath the moon-ray — 1 110 131 ALAAR
Beneath the cold moon, 1 111 151 ALAAR
And scowls on starry worlds that down beneath it lie. 1 11e 193 ALAAR
As glowing Beauty’s bust beneath man’s eye, 1 115 258 ALAAR
I stand beneath the soaring moon 1 183 1B IRENE1
We stand beneath the soaring moon 1 183 1C IRENE1
I stand beneath the mystic moon. 1 186 2 IRENE2
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 199 12 CITYA
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 201 10 CITYH
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 201 24 CITYH
The singer is undoubtedly beneath 1 270 65 POLI
All beneath a smiling sky. 1 302 5 MAY
Beneath the eternal sky of Thought: — 1 386 24 FSO
Beneath the palpitating tide of passion 1 407 20 MARA
BENIGHTED ( 1 1)
And my mind is much benighted 1 308 23 BRIDA
BENIGNANT ( 1 1)
A Power august, benignant and supreme — 1 269 36 POLI
BENITO ( 15 15)
UGO. Oh! is that you Benito (hiccup) are they gone? 1 248 1 POLI
Enter BENITO meeting UGO intoxicated. 1 248 5d POLI
(tiibENITO.) 1 249 11d POLI
UGO. He is drunk, Benito, — did you not say so, Rupert? 1 249 27 POLI
RUPERT. Truly Benito 1 249 35 POLI
(Exeunt RUPERT and/ BENITO.) 1 250 24!25d POLI
(to BENITO.) 1 250 24d POLI
(Enter BENITO.) 1 267 9d POLI
CASTIGLIONE. What ho! Benito! Rupert! 1 267 65 POLI
RUPERT. What ho! Benito! did you say to-night? 1 275 1 POLI
Enter BENITO walking quickly, 1 275 27d POLI
Look you Benito! 1 276 14 POLI
Benito! I say — Benito! — don’t you hear? 1 276 15 POLI
BENITO recrosses the/ stage rapidly with a bundle.) 1 276 19/20d POLI
BENT ( 4 4)
His pinions were bent droopingly, 1 51 195 TAMF
His pinions were bent droopingly — 1 59 189 TAMH
And bent o’er sheeny mountain and dim plain 1 105 157 ALAAR
Here sate he with his love — his dark eye bent 1 112 194 ALAAR
BESEEMING ( 1 1)
To duty beseeming 1 109 82 ALAAR
BESET ( 2 1)
Some lake beset as lake can be 1 237 11A TOF
Shake off the idle fancies that beset thee, 1 267 4 POLI
BESIDE ( 13 12)
That she might deem it naught beside 1 34 226 TAMA
Their destinies? with all beside 1 37 330 TAMA
That she might deem it nought beside 1 43 226 TAMB
Their destinies? in all beside 1 44 330 TAMB
That she might deem it nought beside 1 50 159 TAMF
That she might deem it nought beside 1 58 147 TAMH
Their destinies? in all beside 1 59 168 TAMH
To cure his love — was cured of all beside — 1 150 8 ACROS
Sit down beside me, Isabel, 1 161 1 FAIRY2
Beside the King of Heaven!” 1 336 59 LENA
with Hope that flew beside, 1 337 15 LENK
beside the King of Heaven: — 1 337 22 LENK
beside the King of Heaven!” 1 337 26C-GL LENK
BESIDES ( 4 4)
Besides my innate love of contradiction; 1 148 6 ELIZA
I’ve the headach, and besides I am not well 1 253 21 POLI
Besides you’re right — Oh! honesty’s the thing! 1 254 53 POLI
Besides, you know it was impossible 1 276 27 POLI
BESILVERING ( 1 1)
Thro’ the ebon air, besilvering the pall 1 106 17 ALAAR
BEST ( 17 16)
I’ve been a thinking, whether it were best 1 9 11 TEMP
That Nature loves the best for Beauty’s grave 1 106 30 ALAAR
They have found to be the best) 1 140 14 FAIRY1
Best bard, — because the wisest. 1 174 28 ISRA
Best bard, because the wisest! 1 176 33 ISRG
But “the valley Nis” at best 1 192 15 NISA
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
And drinks none but the very (hiccup!) best of wine. 1 250 69 POLI
So please you, Sir, of best Salermo brand 1 256 90 POLI
And at the best I’m certain, Madam, you cannot 1 262 54 POLI
What matters it, my fairest, and my best, 1 273 42 POLI
Nothing about it, and for the best of reasons 1 283 55 POLI
Be each to each the second Pest? 1 382 8 VANE
And Friendship to be second best. 1 382 16 VANE
though you do the best you can do. 1 390 20 VALG
BESTOW ( 2 2)
So oft perverted, will bestow 1 33 197 TAMA
So oft perverted, will bestow 1 42 197 TAMB
BET ( 1 1)
Both the Earl and himself. I’d bet a trifle now 1 283 69 POLI
BETHINK ( 1 1)
LALAGE. What didst thou say, Jacinta? Now I bethink me 1 262 41 POLI
BETOOK ( 1 1)
I betook myself to linking 1 367 69 RAVEN
BETROTHED ( 2 2)
With your betrothed. You come, Sir, at a time 1 266 58 POLI
As the betrothed of Castiglione, 1 270 68 POLI
BETTER ( 13 12)
One settled fact is better than ten sages. 1 11 78 TEMP
It had seen better days, he said; 1 39 400 TAMA
’Twere better than the dull reality 1 68 5 DREA
’Twere better than the cold reality 1 68 SAB DREA
To adopt the cause for better or worse 1 147 2 LEA
I never heard a better speech in my life. 1 254 52 POLI
Of a long journey — the — indeed I had better 1 267 71 POLI
For the better I think — indeed I’m sure of it — 1 276 26 POLI
Defunct would suit it better. 1 284 82 POLI
(You see I yield unto your better judgment) 1 284 98 POLI
’Tis the better plan, is it not? 1 284 104 POLI
Better than banking, trade or leases — 1 378 2 WALL
I am better at length. 1 456 12 ANNIE
BETWEEN ( 9 9)
And Clytia pondering between many a sun, 1 102 68 ALAAR
Save when, between th’ Empyrean and that ring, 1 106 26 ALAAR
Were stalking between her and me. 1 157 34 INTRO
And, between you and I, he’s right’ in it: 1 254 30 POLI
To a minute how many hours there are between 1 276 8 POLI
There is a difference between some ladies 1 276 21 POLI
Between my former mistress, Lalage, 1 276 23 POLI
Between the Earl Politian and himself, 1 279 12 POLI
Of quarrel between your lordship and himself 1 279 21 POLI
BEWILDERING ( 1 1)
Bewildering fantasies — far richer visions 1 406 13 MARA
BEWING’D ( 2 0)
A mystic throng, bewing’d, bedight 1 325 3BD WORM
An angel throng, bewing’d, bedight 1 325 3H WORM
BEWINGED ( 2 1)
An angel throng, bewinged, bedight 1 325 3 WORM
A mystic throng, bewinged, bedight 1 325 3A WORM
BEYOND ( 8 8)
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 51 194 TAMF
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 59 188 TAMH
Beyond the line of blue — 1 102 86 ALAAR
Beyond that death no immortality 1 111 170 ALAAR
Told of a beauteous dame beyond the sea! 1 261 15 POLI
Beyond this bounded earthly clime, 1 386 10 FSO
Beyond the utterance of the human tongue: 1 406 5 MARA
Beyond the utterance of the human tongue; 1 407 5 MARB
BID ( 1 1)
Each hour before us — but then only bid 1 78 22 STAN
BIDDEN ( 1 1)
With thy dear name as text, though bidden by thee, 1 407 18 MARB
BIDDING ( 3 2)
Be given our lady’s bidding to discuss: 1 114 246 ALAAR
At bidding of vast formless things 1 325 13 WORM
At bidding of vast shadowy things 1 325 13A WORM
BIER ( 3 3)
And on her gaudy bier, 1 206 6 PAEAN
And rigid bier, 1 335 13 LENA
See! on yon drear and rigid bier 1 336 4 LENK


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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)