Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (CANOPIES through COLUMNS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 21-34 (This material is protected by copyright)


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CANOPIES ( 1 1)
Rich clouds, for canopies, about her curled — 1 100 36 ALAAR
CANOPY ( 3 2)
“And wave this crimson canopy, 1 184 35 IRENE1
“And wave the crimson canopy, 1 184 35C IRENE1
And wave the curtain canopy 1 187 24 IRENE2
CAN’ST ( 3 2)
Thou can’st not — would’st not dare to think 1 30 103 TAMA
— But its thought thou can’st not banish. 1 71 22 SPIRA
Now are thoughts thou can’st not banish — 1 72 19B SPIRD
CANST ( 2 2)
Fair mirror and true! now tell me (for thou canst) 1 262 61 POLI
Sitteth in Heaven. — Hist! hist! thou canst not say 1 269 50 POLI
CAN’T ( 15 14)
Whose forms we can’t discover 1 140 3 FAIRY1
Whose forms we can’t discover 1 162 43 FAIRY2
Spite of myself. One can’t be angry with him 1 255 65 POLI
UGO. No, Sir, you can’t have any. 1 256 95 POLI
UGO. I can’t. 1 256 105 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. You can’t! you villain? 1 256 106 POLI
’S a monstrous tub of ashes — I can’t lift it. 1 256 109 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
JACINTA. I can’t believe 1 262 39 POLI
Ten yards — I can’t forget it now — ten yards — 1 277 54 POLI
Ten yards — I can’t forget it now — ten yards of velvet 1 277 54A2x POLI
You can’t perceive I’m dead! 1 283 59 POLI
I can’t perceive you’re dead? soho! I see! 1 283 60 POLI
UGO. Get up? I can’t — Sir, I’ve been dead an hour 1 284 107 POLI
CAPACITY ( 1 1)
How fathomless a capacity for love! 1 446 47 TOHEL
CAPO ( 1 1)
On the fair Capo Deucato, and sprang 1 101 44 ALAAR
CAPRICES ( 1 1)
Of his caprices and his merry freaks 1 266 34 POLI
CAPRICIOUSLY ( 1 1)
Or, capriciously still, 1 109 106 ALAAR
CAPTIVE’S ( 4 4)
Of empires, with the captive’s prayer, 1 28 67 TAMA
Of empires, with the captive’s prayer 1 40 67 TAMB
Of empires, with the captive’s prayer, 1 47 66 TAMF
Of empires — with the captive’s prayer — 1 55 62 TAMH
CAR ( 2 1)
Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car? 1 91 9 SCI
Hast thou not dragg’d Diana from her car? 1 91 9A-E SCI
CARCASES ( 1 0)
But are pestilential carcases 1 437 88A-D BELLSEG
CARDINAL ( 1 1)
When you become a cardinal: meantime 1 255 61 POLI
CARDS ( 1 1)
Masks, a lute, a lady’s slipper, cards 1 248 3d POLI
CARE ( 7 7)
The child of Nature, without care, 1 29 76 TAMA
The child of Nature, without care, 1 40 76 TAMB
I care not tho’ it perish 1 75 19 IMIT
Fair flowers, and fairy! to whose care is given 1 102 80 ALAAR
O! I care not that my earthly lot 1 136 1 TOMB
Fly thither with me? There Care shall be forgotten, 1 274 76 POLI
What care I how time advances? 1 450 7 ALE
CAREER ( 2 2)
Of peril in my wild career; 1 34 242 TAMA
Of peril in my wild career — 1 44 242 TAMB
CARELESS ( 3 1)
most humble and careless curl — 1 349 12Y EULA
most humble and careless curl. 1 349 13 EULA
most vagrant and careless curl. 1 349 13Y EULA
CARELESSLY ( 5 5)
I read (perhaps too carelessly) 1 34 228 TAMA
I read, perhaps too carelessly, 1 43 228 TAMB
I read — perhaps too carelessly — 1 50 161 TAMF
I read, perhaps too carelessly — 1 58 149 TAMH
JACINTA (a servant maid) leans carelessly upon, a chair. 1 260 7d POLI
CARES ( 13 8)
Last night, with many cares and toils oppress’d, 1 6 1 POET
As though he’d say, “Why who the devil cares?” 1 10 18 TEMP
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
I have no time for idle cares 1 128 14 ROMG
I hardly have had time for cares 1 128 14ABJ ROMG
I had no time for idle cares, 1 128 14C ROMG
I scarcely have had time for cares 1 128 14D ROMG
I had no time for idle cares, 1 157 38 INTRO
Mary, amid the cares — the woes 1 236 1A TOF
For ’mid the earnest cares and woes 1 236 14.IBC TOF
Enduring joys and fleeting cares, 1 385 6 FSO
CARESSED ( 1 1)
She fondly caressed, 1 458 74 ANNIE
CARESSES ( 1 1)
And true love caresses — 1 109 96 ALAAR
CARRIAGE ( 1 1)
To a becoming carriage — much thou wantest 1 258 28 POLI
CARRIERS ( 1 1)
To be carriers of fire 1 103 94 ALAAR
CARTEL ( 1 1)
He doth decline your cartel. 1 279 13 POLI
CARVING ( 1 1)
On th’ Arabesque carving of a gilded hall 1 113 204 ALAAR
CAS ( 1 1)
Why, Cas! I’ve got a string of beads at home 1 253 11 POLI
CASE ( 1 1)
Your case with due exactitude. Perhaps 1 284 81 POLI
CASEMENT ( 4 1)
With casement open to the skies, 1 184 23 IRENE1
Her casement open to the skies! 1 184 24C IRENE1
With casement open to the skies 1 187 16.1DE IRENE2
(Her casement open to the skies) 1 187 16.2FGH IRENE2
CASH ( 1 1)
Keeps your cash in your hands, 1 378 6 WALL
CAST ( 2 2)
To him whose eyes are cast 1 79 6 ADRE
By the comets who were cast 1 103 91 ALAAR
CASTIGLIONE ( 30 28)
RUPERT You think the Count Castiglione altered — 1 249 30 POLI
Tomorrow week Castiglione weds 1 250 57 POLI
At all events the Count Castiglione 1 251 81 POLI
CASTIGLIONE (in dishabille)/ and SAN OZZO. 1 252 32/33d POLI
JACINTH. The count Castiglione, your sweet master 1 252 118 POLI
I shall die, Castiglione, I shall die! 1 253 3 POLI
Castiglione but some peasant hind 1 254 49 POLI
Castiglione wed him with a wanton! 1 255 69 POLI
A man, Castiglione, be a man! 1 255 83 POLI
ALESSANDRA. Thou art sad, Castiglione. 1 257 1 POLI
ROME. — A Hall in a Palace. ALESSANDRA and CASTIGLIONE. 1 257 16d POLI
Late hours and wine, — Castiglione, — these 1 258 13 POLI
I’ the pouts? Kiss her, Castiglione! kiss her, 1 259 39 POLI
In the pouts? Kiss her, Castiglione! kiss her, 1 259 39A POLI
In the pouts? Kiss her, Castiglione, you dog! 1 259 39Ax POLI
For he’s sure the Count Castiglione never 1 262 52 POLI
Castiglione lied who said he loved — 1 263 72 POLI
DI BROGLIO and/ CASTIGLIONE.] 1 264 22/23d POLI
DUKE. Look you, Castiglione, be so kind 1 265 11 POLI
Castiglione! call your cousin hither 1 266 56 POLI
Now this is very strange! Castiglione! 1 267 74 POLI
As the betrothed of Castiglione, 1 270 68 POLI
Castiglione lives! 1 275 87 POLI
Castiglione die? Who spoke the words? 1 275 89 POLI
“And tell the Count Castiglione I want him.” 1 278 64 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That he, Castiglione, not being aware 1 279 19 POLI
(Enter CASTIGLIONE.) 1 280 27d POLI
The Count Castiglione will not fight, 1 280 29 POLI
To me, Castiglione; the bearer being 1 281 52 POLI
Farewell Castiglione and farewell 1 287 63 POLI
CASTIGLIONE’S ( 2 2)
She murmured forth Castiglione’s name 1 250 53 POLI
Castiglione’s dressing-room. 1 252 32d POLI
CATARACT ( 1 0)
Above yon cataract of Serangs. 1 183 21BC IRENE1
CATCH ( 3 2)
Should catch the note 1 336 52 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
CAT’S ( 1 1)
Because to his cat’s eyes I hold a glass 1 12 87 TEMP
CAUGHT ( 2 2)
Into the sunlit ether, caught the ray 1 106 8 ALAAR
Caught from some unhappy master 1 367 63 RAVEN
CAUSE ( 9 9)
The cause — but none are near to pry 1 71 3 SPIRA
To adopt the cause for better or worse 1 147 2 LEA
To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend. 1 268 8 POLI
Than in thy cause to scoff at this same glory 1 273 40 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That knowing no cause of quarrel or of feud 1 279 11 POLI
Of any feud existing, or any cause 1 279 20 POLI
Having no cause for quarrel. 1 280 30 POLI
He should have cause for quarrel. 1 280 37 POLI
It is — it is — most true. In such a cause 1 282 72 POLI
CAVERN ( 1 1)
From a cavern not very far 1 457 43 ANNIE
CAVERNOUS ( 1 1)
Aghast, the echoes from their cavernous lairs 1 378 4 LINES
CAVES ( 1 1)
And chasms, and caves, and Titan woods, 1 344 10 ROUTE
CEAS’D ( 5 3)
The storm had ceas’d — and I awoke — 1 29 70 TAMA
The storm had ceas’d & I awoke — 1 40 70 TAMB
She ceas’d — and buried then her burning cheek 1 104 118 ALAAR
Methought, Ianthe, then I ceas’d to soar 1 114 237A ALAAR
Methought, my sweet one, then I ceas’d to soar 1 114 237CE ALAAR
CEASE ( 1 1)
Still form a synonym for Truth. — Cease trying! 1 390 19 VALG
CEASED ( 4 3)
I mean the reign of manners hath long ceased, 1 9 3 TEMP
Methought, my sweet one, then I ceased to soar 1 114 237 ALAAR
Have ceased, with the fever 1 457 21AB ANNIE
Have ceased, with the fever 1 457 27 ANNIE
CEASING ( 1 1)
Ceasing their hymns, attend the spell 1 175 6 ISRG
CEDARS ( 1 0)
And million cedars to and fro, 1 183 18BC IRENE1
CELESTIAL ( 1 1)
Upon those crystalline, celestial spheres! 1 446 43 TOHEL
CELLS ( 2 2)
From the silver tinkling cells 1 434 5 BELLSC
Oh, from out the sounding cells 1 436 25 BELLSEG
CENSER ( 1 1)
perfumed from an unseen censer 1 368 79 RAVEN
CENTRE ( 4 3)
Within the centre of that hall to breathe 1 108 56 ALAAR
Within the centre of this hall to breathe 1 108 56F ALAAR
With its centre on the crown 1 140 16 FAIRY1
With its centre on the crown 1 162 52 FAIRY2
CENTURIES ( 2 2)
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 228 3 COLIS
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 286 4 POLI
CENTURY ( 1 1)
Scene — Rome in the (16th] century. 1 247 1d POLI
CERTAIN ( 1 1)
And at the best I’m certain, Madam, you cannot 1 262 54 POLI
CERTAINLY ( 2 2)
You certainly see double. Here’s a cross 1 251 103 POLI
Is certainly gone mad! 1 252 116 POLI
CHAIN ( 2 1)
A chain, by linked light from Heaven let down, 1 106 20N* ALAAR
And rays from God shot down that meteor chain 1 106 24 ALAAR
CHAIN’D ( 5 4)
Ambition is elain’d down — nor fed 1 34 252 TAMA
Lion Ambition is chain’d down, 1 44 252 TAMB
Lion ambition is chain’d down, 1 50 172 TAMF
Lion ambition is chain’d down — 1 58 160 TAMH
Was all on Earth my chain’d sight 1 66 7A SONG
CHAINS ( 4 4)
Which hangs like chains of pearls on Hermon hill.” 1 261 34 POLI
But hug the glorious chains I wore. 1 384 4 KING
That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill” 1 406 10 MARA
That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill” — 1 407 10 MARB
CHAIR ( 2 2)
JACINTA (a servant maid) leans carelessly upon a chair. 1 260 7d POLI
(JACINTA seats herself... upon the chair, 1 260 14d POLI
CHALDEE ( 3 2)
O charms more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 228 15 COLIS
O spells more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 228 15B COLIS
O spells more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 286 19 POLI
CHALLENGE ( 2 2)
Cannot accept the challenge. 1 279 22 POLI
Virtues that challenge envy’s praise, 1 386 7 FSO
CHAMBER ( 21 17)
That chamber chang’d for one more holy — 1 185 65 IRENE1
That chamber changed for one more holy — 1 185 658 IRENE1
Flit through thy chamber in and out, 1 187 23 IRENE2
This chamber changed for one more holy, 1 188 40 IRENE2
This chamber chang’d for one more holy, 1 188 40F IRENE2
Continually in her chamber with clasped hands 1 249 48 POLI
Of her chamber-window sobbing upon her knees 1 250 51 POLI
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 5 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
Back into the chamber turning, 1 366 31 RAVEN
Then into the chamber turning, 1 366 31ABCEFHLP RAVEN
perched above my chamber door — 1 366 40 RAVEN
just above my chamber door — 1 366 41 RAVEN
bird above his chamber door — 1 367 52 RAVEN
bust above his chamber door, 1 367 53 RAVEN
just above my chamber door; 1 369 104 RAVEN
Through the chamber of my brain — 1 450 4 ALE
CHAMBERS ( 2 1)
Through the grey chambers to my song, 1 206 28.3A PAEAN
His lordship’s chambers — show his lordship to them! 1 267 66 POLI
CHAMBER-WINDOW ( 1 1)
Of her chamber-window sobbing upon her knees 1 250 51 POLI
CHAMOIS ( 1 1)
With chamois, I would seize his den 1 28 43 TAMA
CHANCE ( 2 2)
Because divided it may chance be shaken) 1 10 46 TEMP
It was my choice or chance or curse 1 147 1 LEA
CHANG’D ( 2 1)
That chamber chang’d for one more holy — 1 185 65 IRENE1
This chamber chang’d for one more holy, 1 188 40F IRENE2
CHANGE ( 3 3)
Will change me, and as politicians do 1 10 39 TEMP
And of so gentle blood? Here is a change 1 249 25 POLI
The lady Alessandra. I made a change 1 276 25 POLI
CHANGED ( 5 3)
That chamber changed for one more holy — 1 185 65B IRENE1
This chamber changed for one more holy, 1 188 40 IRENE2
This bed being changed for one more holy, 1 188 40DE IRENE2
The sands of Time are changed to golden grains, 1 269 41 POLI
but/ his purpose is changed before reaching him. 1 281 29/30d POLI
CHANGING ( 3 3)
That you are changing sadly your dominion — 1 9 2 TEMP
Forever changing places — 1 140 8 FAIRY1
Forever changing places! 1 162 48 FAIRY2
CHAOS ( 2 2)
A chaos of deep passion from his birth! 1 68 8 DREA
I left so late was into chaos hurl’d — 1 114 234 ALAAR
CHARACTER ( 1 1)
You were wrong — it being not the character 1 265 21 POLI
CHARM ( 3 2)
Shall charm thee — as a token, 1 72 26 SPIRA
The smile of love — soft friendship’s charm — 1 81 12.1B HAPP
Bore burthen to the charm the maiden sang: 1 108 67 ALAAR
CHARMION ( 1 1)
With gentle names — Eiros and Charmion! 1 261 26 POLI
CHARMS ( 3 3)
Think that he deem’d thy charms divine; 1 226 16 FANNY
O charms more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 228 15 COLIS
Transforming all! Thy charms shall please no more — 1 311 10 ZANTE
CHART ( 1 1)
Unrolling as a chart unto my view — 1 113 223 ALAAR
CHAS’D ( 1 0)
With its Phantom chas’d for evermore, 1 325 19BCD WORM
CHASED ( 1 1)
With its Phantom chased for evermore, 1 325 19 WORM
CHASMS ( 1 1)
And chasms, and caves, and Titan woods, 1 344 10 ROUTE
CHASTEN’D ( 1 1)
Like guilty beauty, chasten’d, and more fair: 1 101 65 ALAAR
CHEATED ( 1 1)
And having cheated ladies, dance with them; 1 11 54 TEMP
CHECK ( 1 1)
To check the power that governs here. 1 384 8 KING
CHEEK ( 6 5)
The flush on her bright cheek, to me, 1 34 230 TAMA
The flush on her bright cheek to me 1 43 230 TAMB
The flush upon her cheek to me, 1 50 163 TAMF
The flush on her bright cheek, to me 1 58 151 TAMH
She ceas’d — and buried then her burning cheek 1 104 118 ALAAR
Her cheek was flushing, and her lips apart; 1 108 53CEF ALAAR
CHEEKS ( 4 4)
Her cheeks were flushing, and her lips apart; 1 108 53 ALAAR
It speaks of sunken eyes, and wasted cheeks, 1 262 64 POLI
“Yon heir, whose cheeks of pallid hue 1 335 15 LENA
These cheeks where the worm never dies, 1 417 43 ULA
CHEERED ( 1 1)
Hath cheered me as a lovely beam 1 79 11 ADRE
CHERISH ( 1 1)
With a thought I then did cherish. 1 75 20 IMIT
CHERISHED ( 1 1)
Whom thou hast cherished to sting thee to the soul! 1 262 58 POLI
CHERUB ( 2 1)
And every sculptur’d cherub thereabout 1 106 32 ALAAR
And ev’ry sculptur’d cherub thereabout 1 106 32CE ALAAR
CHIDING ( 1 1)
While all the world were chiding, 1 79 10 ADRE
CHILD ( 24 15)
My own voice, silly child! was swelling 1 28 56 TAMA
The child of Nature, without care, 1 29 76 TAMA
The child of Nature, without care, 1 40 76 TAMB
My own voice, silly child, was swelling 1 47 55 TAMF
My own voice, silly child! — was swelling 1 55 51 TAMH
A child — with a most knowing eye. 1 128 10 ROMG
A child — with a most knowing eye. 1 156 10 INTRO
Thrilling to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59 IRENE2
Nor thrill to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59DE IRENE2
We would not deem thee child of earth, 1 224 9 SLEEP
For the dear child 1 335 36 LENA
Leaving thee wild for the dear child 1 337 16 LENK
I was a child and she was a child, 1 477 7 LEEA
She was a child and I was a child, 1 477 7BCEFH LEEA
She was a child and I was a child, 1 477 7DK LEEA
She was a child and I was a child, 1 478 7 LEEE
I was a child and she was a child, 1 478 7AGSL LEEE
She was a child and I was a child, 1 478 7DK LEEE
CHILDHOOD ( 5 5)
Ev’n childhood knows the human heart; 1 30 126 TAMA
In childhood but he knew me not. 1 39 398 TAMA
Then — in my childhood — in the dawn 1 146 9 ALONE
In childhood, many an idle stone — 1 185 70 IRENE1
In childhood, many an idle stone — 1 188 56 IRENE2
CHILDHOOD’S ( 1 1)
From childhood’s hour I have not been 1 146 1 ALONE
CHILDISH ( 3 3)
For they were childish, without sin, 1 30 116 TAMA
For they were childish and upright — 1 49 119 TAMF
For they were childish and upright — 1 56 92 TAMH
CHILDREN ( 1 1)
DI BROGLIO. Children, we disagree. 1 259 64 POLI
CHILL ( 1 1)
That palpitate like the chill seas 1 195 15 NISE
CHILLING ( 8 4)
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 477 15 LEEA
Chilling my Annabel Lee; 1 477 16EFH LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 478 25EFH LEEA
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. 1 478 26 LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 479 15A-DGJKL LEEE
Chilling my Annabel Lee; 1 479 16 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 479 25 LEEE
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. 1 479 26A-DGJKL LEEE
CHILLY ( 12 11)
The torrent of the chilly air 1 28 65 TAMA
Her smile is chilly, and her beam 1 38 378 TAMA
The torrent of the chilly air, 1 47 64 TAMF
Her smile is chilly, and her beam 1 52 209 TAMF
The torrent of the chilly air 1 55 60 TAMH
Her smile is chilly — and her beam, 1 60 203 TAMH
And hath been ever, on the chilly earth, 1 68 7 DREA
Or spell had bound me — ’twas the chilly wind 1 69 21 DREA
Is chilly — and these melancholy boughs 1 274 63 POLI
Is chilly — and these melancholy bowers 1 274 63A POLI
Their still waters — still and chilly 1 344 19 ROUTE
Their sad waters, sad and chilly 1 344 23 ROUTE
CHIME ( 2 2)
With its interminable chime 1 46 24 TAMF
With its interminable chime, 1 54 24 TAMH
CHIMED ( 1 1)
Chimed in with my desires and bade me stay! 1 271 108 POLI
CHIMING ( 1 1)
To the rhyming and the chiming of the bells! 1 436 35 BELLSEG
CHOICE ( 5 4)
It was my choice or chance or curse 1 147 1 LEA
You’re not to have the wine, only your choice. 1 256 99 POLI
Down in the hall, Sir, — you’re to have your choice 1 256 101 POLI
If I should die for it — to have my choice 1 257 113 POLI
If I should die for it — and I to have my choice 1 257 113Ax POLI
CHOIR ( 2 2)
And they say (the starry choir 1 174 12 ISRA
And they say (the starry choir 1 176 16 ISRG
CHOKES ( 1 1)
And the light laughter chokes the sigh, 1 184 46 IRENE1
CHURCH ( 2 2)
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 307 16 BRIDA
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 309 16 BRIDF
CHURCH-YARD ( 2 2)
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 307 16 BRIDA
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 309 16 BRIDF
CILIARY ( 1 1)
I don’t, a super(hiccup)ciliary somebody 1 250 65 POLI
CIRCASSY ( 2 2)
Springs from the gems of Circassy — 1 99 4 ALAAR
While the silver winds of Circassy 1 160 14 MYST
CIRCLE ( 1 1)
Through a circle that ever returneth in 1 326 21 WORM
CIRCULAR ( 1 1)
A window of one circular diamond, there, 1 106 22 ALAAR
CIRCULATION ( 1 1)
When such reports have been in circulation 1 277 28 POLI
CIRCUMFERENCE ( 2 2)
While its wide circumference 1 140 18 FAIRY1
For that wide circumference 1 162 57 FAIRY2
CIRCUMSTANCE ( 1 1)
That you should tell the circumstance yourself 1 284 102 POLI
CITIES ( 5 5)
Of all the cities, and I’ve seen no few — 1 10 41 TEMP
Above all cities? in her hand 1 37 329 TAMA
Above all cities? in her hand 1 44 329 TAMB
Above all cities? in her hand 1 59 167 TAMH
Tenantless cities of the desert too! 1 113 224 ALAAR
CITIZENS ( 1 1)
The eyes of the citizens. I’ll follow thee — 1 282 87 POLI
CITY ( 4 4)
In a strange city, all alone, 1 199 2 CITYA
In a strange city lying alone 1 201 2 CITYH
To the imperial city. 1 259 44 POLI
For in the eternal city thou shalt do me 1 268 34 POLI
CLAD ( 2 2)
But stay! these walls — these ivy-clad arcades — 1 229 26 COLIS
Clad all in white, upon a violet bank 1 445 17 TOHEL
CLAIM’D ( 3 3)
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 27 32 TAMA
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 46 33 TAMF
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 54 29 TAMH
CLAIMED ( 1 0)
I claimed and won usurpingly — 1 54 29E TAMH
CLAMBER ( 1 1)
Such hilarious visions clamber 1 450 3 ALE
CLAMBER’D ( 1 1)
I clamber’d to the tottering height,) 1 38 352 TAMA
CLAMOR ( 2 1)
in the clamor of the bells — 1 437 65A-D BELLSEG
In the clamor and the clangor of the bells. 1 437 69 BELLSEG
CLAMOROUS ( 1 1)
In a clamorous appealing to the mercy of the fire — 1 436 44 BELLSEG
CLANG ( 1 1)
How they clang and clash and roar! 1 436 54 BELLSEG
CLANGING ( 1 1)
And the clanging, 1 437 59 BELLSEG
CLANGOR ( 2 1)
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
CLASH ( 1 1)
How they clang and clash and roar! 1 436 54 BELLSEG
CLASP ( 3 3)
It shall clasp a sainted maiden 1 368 94 RAVEN
Clasp a rare and radiant maiden 1 368 95 RAVEN
Them with a tighter clasp? 1 452 20 TAKE
CLASPED ( 1 1)
Continually in her chamber with clasped hands 1 249 48 POLI
CLASSIC ( 1 1)
Thy hyacinth hair, thy classic face, 1 166 7 HELF
CLAW ( 1 1)
The luckless query from a Member’s claw! 1 10 20 TEMP
CLEAR ( 10 7)
For the night, tho’ clear, shall frown: 1 71 11 SPIRA
The night — tho’ clear — shall frown — 1 72 11 SPIRD
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 37E7 ALAAR
Fair river! in thy bright, clear flow 1 134 1 TOFO
By this clear stream, 1 159 5 MYST
On the clear waters there that flow, 1 184 57 IRENE1
And hark! the sounds so low yet clear, 1 185 25.1BC IRENE1
Sings its wild death song, sweet and clear, 1 225 2 FANNY
CLEAREST ( 1 1)
To springs that lie clearest 1 110 130 ALAAR
CLIFF ( 3 3)
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 51 194 TAMF
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 59 188 TAMH
From the red cliff of the mountain — 1 146 14 ALONE
CLIMATE ( 1 1)
LALAGE. “It in another climate, so he said, 1 260 5 POLI
CLIME ( 6 4)
And Death to some more happy clime 1 200 57 CITYA
From Love, and from our misty clime 1 215 20.5B PARA
From me, and from our misty clime 1 215 20.5CEGLO PARA
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
From a wild weird clime that lieth, sublime, 1 344 7 ROUTE
Beyond this bounded earthly clime, 1 386 10 FSO
CLIMES ( 2 2)
In climes of mine imagining — apart 1 68 16 DREA
In the ultimate climes of the Pole — 1 416 17 ULA
CLING ( 6 4)
Which would cling to thee forever. 1 71 18 SPIRA
Which would cling to thee for ever. 1 72 18 SPIRD
“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
And cling around about us as a garment 1 287 52 POLI
CLOAK ( 2 2)
As she threw off her cloak, yon moon 1 161 22 FAIRY2
His cloak, of a thousand mingled hues, 1 301 5 PARO
CLOSE ( 3 3)
I close the portrait with the name of Pitts, 1 12 92 TEMP
close by the 1 Down East 1 394 3 MODD
The soft head bows, the sweet eyes close; 1 404 10 PHYS
CLOSED ( 2 1)
Above the closed and fringed lid 1 187 26 IRENE2
Above the closed and fringed lid 1 187 26GHK IRENE2
CLOSING ( 5 4)
Would seem to my half closing eye 1 28 51 TAMA
Appear’d to my half-closing eye 1 46 50 TAMF
Appeared to my half-closing eye 1 55 46 TAMH
Seem’d then to my half-closing eye 1 55 46E TAMH
With half closing eyes, 1 108 73 ALAAR
CLOTHE ( 1 0)
“And clothe us in a robe of more than glory.” 1 229 46A COLIS
CLOTHING ( 2 2)
“Clothing us in a robe of more than glory.” 1 229 46 COLIS
Clothing us in a robe of more than glory. 1 287 53 POLI
CLOUD ( 17 13)
Flashing from cloud that hover’d o’er, 1 28 50 TAMA
Of the pale cloud therein, whose hue 1 37 320 TAMA
A fleecy cloud, 1 74 13 STAR
Still think my terrors but the thunder cloud, 1 104 136 ALAAR
And sees the darkness coming as a cloud — 1 107 46 ALAAR
And the cloud that took the form 1 147 20 ALONE
And not a cloud obscured the sky, 1 217 6 HYMN
Like sunburst through the ebon cloud, 1 225 7 FANNY
Into a western couch of thunder-cloud; 1 446 49 TOHEL
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 477 15 LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 477 15EFH LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud by night, 1 478 25 LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 478 25EFH LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 479 15 LEEE
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 479 15A-DGJKL LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 479 25 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud by night 1 479 25A-DGJKL LEEE
CLOUDS ( 9 8)
From clouds that hung, like banners, o’er, 1 46 49 TAMF
From clouds that hung, like banners, o’er, 1 55 45 TAMH
Rich clouds, for canopies, about her curled — 1 100 36 ALAAR
There the gorgeous clouds do fly, 1 192 38 NISA
No wind in Heaven, and clouds do fly, 1 193 36 NISB
Ah, by no wind those clouds are driven 1 196 17 NISE
Now, when clouds of Fate o’ercast 1 217 9A-D HYMN
From the evil taint of clouds? — and he did say? 1 280 27 POLI
Amid the clouds of glory, far away 1 407 31 MARA
CLOUDY ( 2 2)
And cloudy-looking woods, 1 140 2 FAIRY1
And cloudy-looking woods 1 162 42 FAIRY2
CLOUDY-LOOKING ( 2 2)
And cloudy-looking woods, 1 140 2 FAIRY1
And cloudy-looking woods 1 162 42 FAIRY2
CLUB ( 1 1)
Never! — oh never! — what would they say at the club? 1 255 70 POLI
CLUNG ( 4 2)
And zone that clung around her gentle waist 1 108 54 ALAAR
And zone that clung about her gentle waist 1 108 54F ALAAR
More beauty clung around her column’d wall 1 113 216 ALAAR
More beauty clung around her columned wall 1 113 216A ALAAR
CLUTCH ( 1 1)
And thus I clutch thee — thus! —— 1 275 102 POLI
CLUTCHES ( 1 1)
(clutches his sword and staggers toward POLITIAN, 1 281 29d POLI
CLYTIA ( 1 1)
And Clytia pondering between many a sun, 1 102 68 ALAAR
COAT ( 2 2)
And dove-tailed coat, obtained at cost; while then 1 11 67 TEMP
Was once the locust’s coat of gold, 1 301 4 PARO
COFFIN ( 1 0)
Thus on the coffin loud and long 1 206 28.1A PAEAN
COILING ( 1 1)
Thus the bright snake coiling 1 399 8 LOU
COLD ( 8 7)
Or who so cold, so callous to refuse 1 11 57 TEMP
’Twere better than the cold reality 1 68 SAB DREA
Of the brighter, cold moon, 1 74 5 STAR
On her cold smile; 1 74 10 STAR
Too cold — too cold for me — 1 74 11 STAR
Beneath the cold moon, 1 111 151 ALAAR
Piercing cold evening’s sable shroud 1 225 9 FANNY
COLDER ( 1 1)
Than that colder, lowly light. 1 74 23 STAR
COLDLY ( 1 1)
Too coldly — or the stars — howe’er it was 1 69 25 DREA
COLISEUM ( 3 2)
Lone amphitheatre! Grey Coliseum! 1 228 .1A COLIS
POLITIAN. Shall meet me here within the Coliseum! 1 285 1 POLI
Interior of the Coliseum. 1 285 29d POLI
COLLAR ( 1 1)
In short his shirt-collar, his look, his tone is 1 11 71 TEMP
COLOR ( 1 1)
And all the opal’d air in color bound. 1 101 41 ALAAR
COLOSSAL ( 6 2)
All of the famed, and the colossal left 1 229 31 COLIS
All of the great, and the colossal left 1 229 31A-D COLIS
All of the grand, and the colossal left 1 229 31E COLIS
All of the proud, and the colossal left 1 229 31FK COLIS
All of the fam’d, and the colossal left 1 229 31GH COLIS
All of the great and the colossal left 1 287 38 POLI
COLOURING ( 1 1)
Dreams! in their vivid colouring of life — 1 69 29 DREA
COLUMN ( 2 2)
Here, where a hero fell, a column falls! 1 228 17 COLIS
Here where a hero fell, a column falls 1 286 22 POLI
COLUMN’D ( 1 1)
More beauty clung around her column’d wall 1 113 216 ALAAR
COLUMNED ( 1 0)
More beauty clung around her columned wall 1 113 216A ALAAR
COLUMNS ( 3 2)
Of gorgeous columns on th’ unburthen’d air, 1 106 12 ALAAR
Of gorgeous columns on th’ unburthened air, 1 106 128 ALAAR
Sat gently on these columns as a crown — 1 106 21 ALAAR


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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)