Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (DUTIES through ETERNALLY),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 154-169 (This material is protected by copyright)


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DUTIES ( 1 1)
Shall then absolve thee of all farther duties 1 269 37 POLI
DUTIFUL ( 1 1)
Virginal Lilian, rigidly, humblily, dutiful; 1 393 2 MODC
DUTY ( 12 9)
To duty beseeming 1 109 82 ALAAR
Was Love, the blind, near sober Duty known? 1 112 180 ALAAR
Where deep thoughts are a duty — 1 174 18 ISRA
Where deep thoughts are a duty — 1 176 24 ISRG
And love — a duty. 1 235 8 THOUA
And love — a simple duty. 1 235 8 THOUF
And love, no more than duty. 1 235 8 THOUJ
Forever — and love a duty. 1 235 8BC THOUJ
And love of thee — a duty. 1 235 8D THOUJ
A troop of Echoes whose sweet duty 1 316 29 HAUNT
A troop of Echoes whose sole duty 1 316 29B HAUNT
My duty, to be saved by their bright light, 1 446 58 TOHEL
DWELL ( 13 12)
To him, whose loving spirit will dwell 1 36 311 TAMA
Its echo dwelleth and will dwell — 1 100 10 ALAAR
And there — oh! may my weary spirit dwell — 1 111 172 ALAAR
That its echo still doth dwell, 1 160 24 MYST
In Heaven a spirit doth dwell 1 173 1 ISRA
In Heaven a spirit doth dwell 1 175 1 ISRG
If I did dwell where Israfel 1 175 39 ISRA
If I could dwell 1 176 45 ISRG
If I did dwell 1 176 45C ISRG
Where the people did not dwell, 1 192 18 NISA
Where the people did not dwell; 1 195 2 NISE
Where dwell the Ghouls, — 1 344 30 ROUTE
They that dwell up in the steeple 1 437 80 BELLSEG
DWELLEST ( 1 1)
“Spirit! that dwellest where, 1 102 82 ALAAR
DWELLETH ( 1 1)
Its echo dwelleth and will dwell — 1 100 10 ALAAR
DWELLING ( 4 2)
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33 ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling ventured out, 1 106 33BC ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33E ALAAR
A brighter dwelling-place is here for thee — 1 114 228 ALAAR
DWELLING-PLACE ( 1 1)
A brighter dwelling-place is here for thee — 1 114 228 ALAAR
DWELLINGS ( 2 2)
Adorning then the dwellings of the sky. 1 106 19 ALAAR
The starry and quiet dwellings of the blest, 1 273 48 POLI
DWELLS ( 4 3)
Little — oh! little dwells in thee 1 160 16 MYST
Body and Soul. One dwells in lonely places, 1 322 6 SILE
Body and Soul. One dwells in desert places, 1 322 6A SILE
How it dwells 1 436 28 BELLSEG
DWELT ( 11 10)
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 29 94 TAMA
Dwelt in a seraph’s breast than thine; 1 31 152 TAMA
I dwelt not long in Samarcand 1 38 359 TAMA
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 41 94 TAMB
I well remember having dwelt, 1 48 108 TAMF
Thus I remember having dwelt 1 56 81 TAMH
It lit on hills Achaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34 ALAAR
It lit on hills Archaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34C ALAAR
Hath dwelt, and he where I, 1 175 40 ISRA
Hath dwelt, and he where I, 1 176 47 ISRG
I dwelt alone 1 349 1 EULA
DWINDLED ( 4 4)
The dwindled hills, whence amid bowers 1 33 218 TAMA
The dwindled hills, whence, amid bowers 1 43 218 TAMB
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 50 155 TAMF
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 58 143 TAMH
D’YE ( 8 8)
That rose — that what d’ye call it — that hung 1 161 12 FAIRY2
UGO. This wine’s not bad! gentlemen why d’ye blame 1 250 62 POLI
D’ye hear — a cross which never cost a zecchin 1 252 105 POLI
Who gave them to me, d’ye hear? who gave them to me 1 252 113 POLI
Last year — she gave it to me — d’ye see? 1 252 120 POLI
JACINTA. D’ye see? 1 252 123 POLI
JACINTA. D’ye see? 1 252 124 POLI
“Jacinta, get me this” — “D’ye hear? — bring that” 1 278 63 POLI
DYING ( 8 7)
As if ’twere not the dying hour 1 37 342 TAMA
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 45 1 TAMF
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 53 1 TAMH
Dying along the troubled sky, 1 157 14 INTRO
The dying swan by northern lakes 1 225 1 FANNY
And, over each dying form, 1 326 34A WORM
And each separate dying ember 1 365 8 RAVEN
And my hopes are dying 1 399 5 LOU
EACH ( 30 24)
Of which sound doctrine I believe each tittle, 1 9 7 TEMP
Each fit to furnish forth four hours debate. 1 10 22 TEMP
But, taking one by each hand, merely growl. 1 10 28 TEMP
But ’twill leave thee, as each star 1 71 19 SPIRA
But ’twill leave thee as each star 1 72 18.18 SPIRD
Each hour before us — but then only bid 1 78 22 STAN
Hast thou not spoilt a story in each star? 1 91 11F SCI
A wreath that twined each starry form around, 1 101 40 ALAAR
Lurk’d in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 31 ALAAR
Lurked in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 31B ALAAR
Each hindering thing: 1 109 93 ALAAR
What wonder? for each star is eye-like there, 1 112 186 ALAAR
Each poet — if a poet — in pursuing 1 148 7 ELIZA
Now each visiter shall confess 1 193 27 NISB
Now each visiter shall confess 1 195 9 NISE
From the depths of each pallid lily-bell, 1 196 27.2C NISE
In each idol’s diamond eye, 1 200 34 CITYA
In each idol’s diamond eye — 1 202 33 CITYH
And the life upon each tress. 1 206 28 PAEAN
she tears a slip from the paper at each/ number, 1 277 30/31d POLI
And, over each quivering form, 1 326 34 WORM
And, over each dying form, 1 326 34A WORM
By each spot the most unholy — 1 344 31 ROUTE
In each nook most melancholy, — 1 344 32 ROUTE
And each separate dying ember 1 365 8 RAVEN
rustling of each purple curtain 1 365 13 RAVEN
Be each to each the second best? 1 382 8 VANE
EAGER ( 3 1)
Some eager spirit flapp’d his dusky wing. 1 106 27 ALAAR
Some eager spirit flapp’d a dusky wing. 1 106 27B ALAAR
Such eager eyes, there lies, I say, perdu, 1 390 14F VALG
EAGERLY ( 2 2)
So eagerly around about to hang 1 101 45 ALAAR
Eagerly I wished the morrow; — 1 365 9 RAVEN
EAGLE ( 13 11)
When hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 51 193 TAMF
The lightning of his eagle eye — 1 53 234 TAMF
When Hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 59 187 TAMH
When towering Eagle-Hope could see 1 59 187D TAMH
The lightning of his eagle eye — 1 61 239 TAMH
With eagle gaze along the firmament: 1 112 195 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
Or the stricken eagle soar! 1 215 20 PARA
Here, where the mimic eagle glared in gold, 1 228 18 COLIS
Here where the mimic eagle glared in gold 1 286 23 POLI
See the White Eagle soaring aloft to the sky, 1 341 1 CAMP
Then here’s the White Eagle, full daring is he, 1 342 3 CAMP
EAGLE-HOPE ( 1 0)
When towering Eagle-Hope could see 1 59 187D TAMH
EAR ( 18 16)
When passing from the earth, that ear 1 27 18 TAMA
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 28 66 TAMA
Now sounded to her heedless ear — 1 34 240 TAMA
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 40 66 TAMB
Now sounded to her heedless ear — 1 43 240 TAMB
Gurgled within my ear the crush 1 47 65 TAMF
Gurgled within my ear the crush 1 55 61 TAMH
A sound of silence on the startled ear 1 104 124 ALAAR
That stole upon the ear, in Eyraco, 1 107 42 ALAAR
That stealeth ever on the ear of him 1 107 44 ALAAR
All softly in ear, 1 111 145 ALAAR
Thus hums the moon within her ear, 1 184 25 IRENE1
Which steal within the slumberer’s ear, 1 185 25.38C IRENE1
And yet the sweetest that ear ever heard! 1 269 53 POLI
In the startled ear of Night 1 436 39 BELLSEG
Yet the ear, it fully knows, 1 437 57 BELLSEG
Yes, the ear distinctly tells, 1 437 61 BELLSEG
Yet, the ear distinctly tells, 1 437 61GHJ BELLSEG
EARL ( 30 30)
Hourly in Rome — Politian, Earl of Leicester! 1 259 42 POLI
Of Britain, Earl of Leicester? 1 259 45 POLI
On yesterday we were speaking of the Earl? 1 264 3 POLI
Of the Earl Politian? Yes it was yesterday. 1 264 4 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Why, Sir, the Earl Politian. 1 265 15 POLI
DUKE. The Earl of Leicester! — yes! — 1 265 16 POLI
The words you used were that the Earl you knew 1 265 18 POLI
Of the Earl — whom all the world allows to be 1 265 22 POLI
The Earl — he with his friend Baldazzar 1 265 30 POLI
The Earl a gloomy man. 1 266 42 POLI
It cannot be the Earl? 1 266 44 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. The Earl! oh, no! 1 266 44 POLI
’Tis not the Earl — but yet it is — and leaning 1 266 45 POLI
Father! this is the Earl Politian, Earl 1 266 49 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. The Earl has letters, 1 266 51 POLI
To Rome and to our palace Earl Politian! 1 266 53 POLI
And let me make the noble Earl acquainted 1 266 57 POLI
Of the Earl, mirthful indeed! — which of us said 1 267 77 POLI
Below. What ails thee, Earl Politian? 1 271 90 POLI
LALAGE. Alas, proud Earl, 1 272 22 POLI
LALAGE. Now Earl of Leicester! 1 273 50 POLI
Between the Earl Politian and himself, 1 279 12 POLI
Unto this man, that I, the Earl of Leicester, 1 280 34 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. The Earl of Leicester here! 1 280 45 POLI
POLITIAN. I am the Earl of Leicester, and thou seest, 1 280 46 POLI
and he falls/ upon his knee at the feet of the Earl.) 1 281 30/3Id POLI
Proud Earl! 1 281 59 POLI
Against thee, Earl of Leicester. Strike thou home — 1 282 80 POLI
Both the Earl and himself. I’d bet a trifle now 1 283 69 POLI
EARLDOM ( 1 1)
Freely would give the broad lands of my earldom 1 271 101 POLI
EARLIER ( 3 3)
Of one whom I had earlier known — 1 60 218 TAMH
In earlier days — a friend will not deceive thee. 1 262 60 POLI
In earlier days! 1 269 60 POLI
EARLIEST ( 2 2)
To lisp my very earliest word 1 128 8 ROMG
To lisp my very earliest word 1 156 8 INTRO
EARLY ( 13 13)
So plighted in his early youth,) 1 35 278 TAMA
Pages of early lore upon, 1 48 109 TAMF
My home — my hope — my early love, 1 52 214 TAMF
My early hopes? no — they 1 53 249 TAMF
Some page of early lore upon, 1 56 82 TAMH
Should my early life seem; 1 75 4 IMIT
Should my early life seem, 1 130 1 SHOULD
My early hopes? no — they 1 131 23 SHOULD
I early found Anacreon rhymes 1 157 21 INTRO
Whispers of early grave untimely yawning 1 263 69 POLI
LALAGE. Think of my early days! — think of my father 1 263 83 POLI
My mother — my own mother, who died early, 1 467 9 MOTHB
My mother — my own mother, who died early, 1 467 9 MOTHC
EARNEST ( 2 1)
Beloved! amid the earnest woes 1 236 1 TOF
For ’mid the earnest cares and woes 1 236 14.1BC TOF
EARS ( 1 1)
The page of life and grin at the dog-ears, 1 10 17 TEMP
EARTH ( 55 46)
Of earth may shrive me of the sin 1 27 9 TAMA
When passing from the earth, that ear 1 27 18 TAMA
The earth reel — and the vision gone? 1 29 97 TAMA
There is of earth an agony 1 36 303 TAMA
For the flight on Earth to Fancy giv’n, 1 37 325 TAMA
Is she not queen of earth? her pride 1 37 328 TAMA
Whom th’ astonish’d earth hath seen, 1 37 334 TAMA
The earth reel, & the vision gone? 1 41 97 TAMB
Is she not queen of earth? her pride 1 44 328 TAMB
Of earth may shrive me of the sin 1 45 4 TAMF
In the earth — the air — the sea, 1 49 141 TAMF
On earth of all we hope in Heaven! 1 51 184 TAMF
Farewell! for I have won the earth. 1 51 192 TAMF
Of Earth may shrive me of the sin 1 53 4 TAMH
In the earth — the air — the sea — 1 57 118 TAMH
Is she not queen of Earth? her pride 1 59 166 TAMH
On Earth, of all we hope in Heaven! 1 59 178 TAMH
Farewell! for I have won the Earth. 1 59 186 TAMH
Was all on Earth my aching sight 1 66 7 SONG
Was all on Earth my chain’d sight 1 66 7A SONG
Was all on Earth my fetter’d sight 1 66 7C SONG
And hath been ever, on the chilly earth, 1 68 7 DREA
And hath been still, upon the lovely earth, 1 68 7AB DREA
Alone of all on earth — unknown 1 71 2 SPIRA
Let none of earth inherit 1 75 11 IMIT
In youth have I known one with whom the Earth 1 77 1 STAN
But now, abroad on the wide earth, 1 79 .3A ADRE
To haunt of the wide earth a spot 1 84 2 LAKEA
To haunt of the wide earth a spot 1 85 28 LAKEF
Now happiest, loveliest in yon lovely Earth, 1 100 30 ALAAR
And that aspiring flower that sprang on Earth — 1 102 70 ALAAR
The single-mooned eve! — on Earth we plight 1 105 152 ALAAR
It trembled to the orb of EARTH again. 1 112 197 ALAAR
A red Daedalion on the timid Earth. 1 114 244 ALAAR
“We came — and to thy Earth — but not to us 1 114 245 ALAAR
Hath — little of Earth in it — 1 136 2 TOMB
Hath — little of Earth in it — 1 137 2 TOMD
Of Earth, who seek the skies, 1 141 42 FAIRY1
Like unto what on earth we see: 1 160 17 MYST
Low crouched on Earth, some violets lie, 1 193 42 NISB
From more than fiends on earth, 1 206 33 PAEAN
And earth, and stars, and sea, and sky 1 223 14 SERE
We would not deem thee child of earth, 1 224 9 SLEEP
Of the populous Earth! Bear with me yet awhile! 1 268 31 POLI
A rarer loveliness bedecks the earth — 1 269 48 POLI
By all I scorn on earth and hope in heaven — 1 273 38 POLI
Up from the damned earth — 1 336 54 LENA
Up from the damned earth — 1 336 54B LENA
up from the damned Earth! 1 337 23C LENK
up from the damned Earth! 1 337 23D-GL LENK
up from the damned Earth! 1 337 24 LENK
In agony, to the Earth — and Heaven. 1 344 38 ROUTE
In agony, to the earth — and Heaven. 1 344 38D ROUTE
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
Deep in earth my love is lying 1 396 1 DEEP
EARTHLY ( 15 11)
Our earthly life, and love — and all. 1 31 143 TAMA
O! nothing earthly save the ray 1 99 1 ALAAR
O! nothing earthly save the thrill 1 99 5 ALAAR
Seem’d earthly in the shadow of his niche — 1 106 34 ALAAR
Seemed earthly in the shadow of his niche — 1 106 34B ALAAR
O! I care not that my earthly lot 1 136 1 TOMB
I heed not that my earthly lot 1 137 1 TOMD
And used to throw my earthly rest 1 157 29 INTRO
And when, amid no earthly moans, 1 200 53 CITYA
And when, amid no earthly moans, 1 202 50 CITYH
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
Beyond this bounded earthly clime, 1 386 10 FSO
Was it not Fate, (whose earthly name is Sorrow,) 1 445 22A TOHEL
EARTHQUAKE ( 1 1)
The storm, the earthquake, and the ocean-wrath — 1 105 137 ALAAR
EARTH’S ( 1 1)
The last spot of Earth’s orb I trod upon 1 113 214 ALAAR
EASE ( 2 2)
Of giant pasturage lying at his ease, 1 105 3 ALAAR
with my head at ease reclining 1 368 75 RAVEN
EASILY ( 3 3)
Of that Egyptian queen, winning so easily 1 261 22 POLI
Six hours! why I can very easily do 1 276 10 POLI
As easily as through a Naples bonnet — 1 425 4 DUNCE
EAST ( 2 2)
Down within the golden east — 1 191 4 NISA
close by the 1 Down East 1 394 3 MODD
EASY ( 2 2)
In easy drapery falls 1 140 19 FAIRY1
In easy drapery falls 1 162 58 FAIRY2
EATEN ( 2 2)
Time-eaten towers that tremble not! 1 199 10 CITYA
(Time-eaten towers that tremble not!) 1 201 7 CITYH
EBBS ( 1 1)
How the danger ebbs and flows: — 1 437 60 BELLSEG
EBLIS ( 2 2)
I do believe that Eblis hath 1 52 224 TAMF
I do believe that Eblis hath 1 60 229 TAMH
EBON ( 3 2)
Thro’ the ebon air, besilvering the pall 1 106 17 ALAAR
Like sunburst through the ebon cloud, 1 225 7 FANNY
Then this ebon bird beguiling 1 366 43Q RAVEN
EBONY ( 3 3)
Fills me with dread — thy ebony crucifix 1 263 81 POLI
Thy raiments and thy ebony cross affright me! 1 264 101 POLI
Then this ebony bird beguiling 1 366 43 RAVEN
ECHO ( 7 7)
Its echo dwelleth and will dwell — 1 100 10 ALAAR
That its echo still doth dwell, 1 160 24 MYST
She ne’er shall force an echo more, 1 188 58 IRENE2
And the echo of thine own. 1 268 20 POLI
Hark, echo! — Hark, echo! 1 304 1 HARK
This I whispered, and an echo 1 366 29 RAVEN
ECHOES ( 5 4)
“Not all” — the Echoes answer me — “not all! 1 229 33 COLIS
Not all the echoes answer me — not all: 1 287 40 POLI
A troop of Echoes whose sweet duty 1 316 29 HAUNT
A troop of Echoes whose sole duty 1 316 29B HAUNT
Aghast, the echoes from their cavernous lairs 1 378 4 LINES
ECHOING ( 1 1)
And the deep thunder’s echoing roar 1 28 53 TAMA
ECSTASIES ( 1 1)
The ecstasies above 1 176 35 ISRG
ECSTASY ( 1 1)
With the last ecstasy of satiate life — 1 111 169 ALAAR
ECSTATIC ( 1 1)
Their odorous souls in an ecstatic death — 1 445 13 TOHEL
EDEN ( 6 4)
An Eden of that dim lake? 1 48 99 TAMF
An Eden of that dim lake. 1 85 22 LAKEA
An Eden of that dim lake. 1 86 23 LAKEF
An Eden of bland repose. 1 237 7 TOF
An Eden of sweet repose. 1 237 7A TOF
An Eden of bland repose. 1 237 14.7BC TOF
EDIS’ ( 2 2)
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine. 1 31 156 TAMA
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine — 1 41 156 TAMB
E’EN ( 2 1)
E’en then who knew this iron heart 1 56 73 TAMH
Another brow may e’en inherit 1 81 10B HAPP
E’ER ( 3 3)
My spirit what it e’er had been. 1 38 354 TAMA
O spells more sure than e’er Judaean king 1 228 13 COLIS
O spells more sure than e’er Judaean king 1 286 17 POLI
EFFORT ( 1 1)
Could you not, think you, by a desperate effort, 1 285 111 POLI
EGYPTIAN ( 1 1)
Of that Egyptian queen, winning so easily 1 261 22 POLI
EH ( 2 2)
UGO. Eh? — Sir? 1 256 103 POLI
So — so — you’re dead eh? come now — come now, Ugo! 1 283 72 POLI
EIDOLON ( 4 2)
Where an Eidolon, named Night, 1 343 3 ROUTE
Where an Eidolon, named Night, 1 344 20.3A ROUTE
Where an Eidolon, named Night, 1 344 38.3A ROUTE
Where an Eidolon, name NIGHT, 1 345 53 ROUTE
Employed in even the theses of the school — 1 148 13 ELIZA
EMPTINESS ( 2 2)
Upon thy emptiness, — a knell. 1 46 26 TAMF
Upon the emptiness — a knell. 1 54 26 TAMH
EMPTY ( 1 1)
But are the bottles empty? — then they’re gone. 1 248 3 POLI
EMPURPLED ( 1 1)
Amid empurpled vapors, far away 1 408 26 MARB
EMPYREAN ( 3 3)
Empyrean splendor o’er th’ unchained soul — 1 100 21 ALAAR
Save when, between th’ Empyrean and that ring, 1 106 26 ALAAR
A thousand seraphs burst th’ Empyrean thro’, 1 111 157 ALAAR
ENAMELL’D ( 1 1)
High on a mountain of enamell’d head — 1 105 1 ALAAR
ENAMELLED ( 1 1)
Henceforth I hold thy flower-enamelled shore, 1 311 12 ZANTE
ENAMOUR’D ( 1 0)
The enamour’d moon 1 175 10DH ISRG
ENAMOURED ( 2 2)
The enamoured moon 1 173 8 ISRA
The enamoured moon 1 175 10 ISRG
ENCAMP ( 1 1)
Where the toad and the newt encamp, — 1 344 28 ROUTE
ENCHANTED ( 8 8)
Of an enchanted life, which seems, 1 32 171 TAMA
Of an enchanted life, which seems, 1 41 171 TAMB
O’er the enchanted solitude, 1 193 30 NISB
Like some enchanted far-off isle 1 237 9 TOF
on this desert land enchanted — 1 368 87 RAVEN
Roses that grew in an enchanted garden, 1 445 9 TOHEL
That smiled and died in this parterre, enchanted 1 445 15 TOHEL
(Ah, bear in mind this garden was enchanted!) 1 446 30 TOHEL
ENCIRCLES ( 2 2)
“Not all the wonder that encircles us — 1 229 42 COLIS
Not all the wonder that encircles us 1 287 49 POLI
ENCIRCLING ( 1 1)
Encircling with a glitt’ring bound 1 43 221 TAMB
ENCLOSED ( 1 0)
To the weak human eye enclosed; 1 345 46B ROUTE
ENCOUNTERS ( 1 1)
whom/ she encounters in turning round) 1 278 31/32d POLI
ENCRIMSON’D ( 1 0)
Through the encrimson’d windows see 1 316 42P HAUNT
ENCRIMSONED ( 1 1)
Through the encrimsoned windows see 1 316 42 HAUNT
ENCUMBER’D ( 1 1)
Encumber’d with dew 1 109 85 ALAAR
END ( 6 4)
For the same end as before — 1 141 36 FAIRY1
Thou hast no end to gain — no heart to break — 1 263 71 POLI
At the end of our path a liquescent 1 416 33 ULA
At the end of my path a liquescent 1 416 33H ULA
And we passed to the end of the vista — 1 418 75 ULA
And we passed to the end of a vista — 1 418 75K ULA
ENDEAVOR ( 1 1)
And a resolute endeavor 1 436 48 BELLSEG
ENDETH ( 1 1)
She died. Thus endeth the history — and her maids 1 261 24 POLI
ENDLESS ( 1 1)
Shall be an endless theme of praise, 1 235 7 THOUF
ENDLESSLY ( 1 1)
Lakes that endlessly outspread 1 344 17 ROUTE
ENDUED ( 1 1)
Endued with neither soul, nor sense, nor art, 1 148 11 ELIZA
ENDURE ( 2 2)
That pleasure “to endure!” 1 131 38 SHOULD
Endure! — no — no — defy. 1 131 40 SHOULD
ENDURING ( 2 2)
Which is enduring, so be deep! 1 187 38 IRENE2
Enduring joys and fleeting cares, 1 385 6 FSO
ENDYMION ( 2 2)
Endymion, recollect, when Luna tried 1 150 7 ACROS
Endymion nodding from above 1 222 9 SERE
ENERGETIC ( 1 1)
Giv’n by the energetic might 1 32 187 TAMA
ENERGY ( 2 2)
With desp’rate energy ’t hath beaten down; 1 78 31 STAN
From the wild energy of wanton haste 1 108 52 ALAAR
ENFORCED ( 1 1)
Zantippe’s talents had enforced so well: 1 149 4 ACROS
ENGAGED ( 2 1)
This I sat engaged in guessing, 1 367 73 RAVEN
Thus I sat engaged in guessing, 1 367 73HU RAVEN
ENGLAND ( 1 1)
In merry England — never so plaintively — 1 270 77 POLI
ENGLISH ( 2 2)
BALDAZZAR. The song is English, and I oft have heard it 1 270 76 POLI
can be com-/posed in English] 1 393 23/24 MODC
ENJEWEL ( 1 1)
That enjewel its breast — 1 110 135 ALAAR
ENKINDLE ( 1 1)
Their office is to illumine and enkindle — 1 446 57 TOHEL
ENORMOUS ( 1 1)
You know that most enormous flower — 1 161 11 FAIRY2
ENOUGH ( 2 2)
There’s time enough to spare — now let me see! 1 276 5 POLI
And, veritably, Sol is right enough. 1 425 9 DUNCE
ENSHRINED ( 1 1)
Thine eyes, in Heaven of heart enshrined 1 132 5 BOWERS
ENTABLATURES ( 4 3)
Whose entablatures intertwine 1 200 29 CITYA
These vague entablatures — this crumbling frieze — 1 229 28 COLIS
These vague entablatures — this broken frieze — 1 229 28A-DFK COLIS
These vague entablatures: this broken frieze 1 286 35 POLI
ENTER ( 12 12)
Enter BENITO meeting UGO intoxicated. 1 248 5d POLI
(UGO sits, and helps himself to wine. Enter RUPERT.) 1 248 23d POLI
(Enter JACINTA) 1 250 28d POLI
(Enter UGO, bearing a bundle 1 255 31d POLI
(Enter DI BROGLIO.) 1 259 2d POLI
(Enter POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR.) 1 266 20d POLI
(Enter BENITO.)- 1 267 9d POLI
Enter BENITO walking quickly, 1 275 27d POLI
(Enter JACINTA fantastically dressed, 1 275 32d POLI
(Enter BALDAZZAR.) 1 279 16d POLI
(Enter CASTIGLIONE.) 1 280 27d POLI
(Enter LALAGE wildly). 1 287 19d POLI
ENTERED ( 1 1)
As of one who entered madly into life, 1 259 59 POLI
ENTERETH ( 1 1)
Who entereth herein, a conqueror hath bin; 1 319 1 COUP
ENTERING ( 1 1)
POLITIAN entering from behind! — moonlight. 1 285 29/30d POLI
ENTERS ( 3 3)
a monk enters her apartment, and/ approaches unobserved.) 1 263 8/ 9d POLI
The enters at first quickly — then saunter-/ingly — 1 276 1/ 2d POLI
UGO enters unper-/ceived 1 278 21/22d POLI
ENTHRALLING ( 1 1)
Enthralling love, my Adeline. 1 223 17 SERE
ENTHRONED ( 1 1)
Never in woman’s breast enthroned sat 1 254 39 POLI
ENTITY ( 2 1)
A type of that twin entity which springs 1 322 3 SILE
The type of that twin entity which springs 1 322 3ABC SILE
ENTOMBED ( 1 0)
Of the old time entomb’d. 1 316 40EFGL HAUNT
ENTOMBED ( 5 3)
Inurned and entombed! — now, in a tone 1 263 67 POLI
How many thoughts of what entombed hopes! 1 311 6 ZANTE
How many thoughts of what entombed hopes! 1 311 6ADF ZANTE
Of the old-time entombed. 1 316 40 HAUNT
Of the old time entombed. 1 316 400.1KMO HAUNT
ENTOMBING ( 1 1)
And thou, a ghost, amid the entombing trees 1 446 50 TOHEL
ENTRANC’D ( 1 1)
Entranc’d, the spirit loves to lie 1 184 43 IRENE1
ENTRANCE ( 2 2)
entrance at my chamber door — 1 365 16 RAVEN
entrance at my chamber door; — 1 365 17 RAVEN
ENTRANCED ( 4 3)
Entranced, the spirit loves to lie 1 184 43C IRENE1
Seven Pleiades entranced in Heaven 1 222 7 SERE
Gazing, entranced, adown the gorgeous vista, 1 407 28 MARA
Gazing, entranced, adown the gorgeous vista, 1 408 23 MARB
ENTREATING ( 2 2)
“’Tis some visiter entreating 1 365 16 RAVEN
Some late visiter entreating 1 365 17 RAVEN
ENVIRONS ( 2 2)
In Heaven, and all its environs, the leaf 1 101 60 ALAAR
In the environs of Heaven.” 1 104 117 ALAAR
ENVY ( 3 3)
Mighty envy — her young heart the shrine 1 30 113 TAMA
Might envy — her young heart the shrine 1 49 116 TAMF
Might envy; her young heart the shrine 1 56 89 TAMH
ENVYING ( 2 2)
Went envying her and me — 1 478 22 LEEA
Went envying her and me: — 1 479 22 LEEE
ENVY’S ( 1 1)
Virtues that challenge envy’s praise, 1 386 7 FSO
ENWRAPPED ( 3 2)
Upon this page, enwrapped from every reader. 1 389 4 VALA
Upon the page, enwrapped from every reader. 1 389 4 VALG
Upon this page, enwrapped from every reader. 1 389 4F VALG
ENWRITTEN ( 3 2)
Enwritten upon the leaf where now are peering 1 390 13 VALG
Enwritten upon this page whereon are peering 1 390 13F VALG
What wild heart-histories seemed to lie enwritten 1 446 42 TOHEL
EPHEMERAL ( 1 1)
Bubbles — ephemeral and so transparent — 1 425 11 DUNCE
EPIPHANES ( 3 3)
Who is king but Epiphanes? 1 220 1 SONGA
Who is God but Epiphanes? 1 220 3 SONGA
There is none but Epiphanes 1 220 5 SONGA
EQUIPAGE ( 1 1)
To thy dress and equipage — they are over plain 1 258 24 POLI
ERE ( 7 7)
Ere, in a peasant’s lowly guise, 1 38 360 TAMA
And died, ere scarce exalted into birth, 1 102 71 ALAAR
Pores for a moment, ere it go, 1 184 56 IRENE1
Ere this mischance. I cannot bear to think 1 250 60 POLI
Ere I be tainted with your wisdomship. 1 255 59 POLI
Pause ere too late! — oh be not — be not rash! 1 264 110 POLI
To die ere I have lived! — Stay — stay thy hand, 1 279 3 POLI
EROS ( 1 1)
And Sorrow shall be no more, and Eros be all. 1 274 77 POLI
ERR ( 1 1)
Do err at times. 1 281 57 POLI
ERRANDS ( 1 1)
The whole of my errands in two hours at farthest! 1 276 11 POLI
ERROR ( 3 3)
Sweet was that error — sweeter still that death — 1 111 162 ALAAR
Sweet was that error — ev’n with us the breath 1 111 163 ALAAR
CV. Line illustrating the “error ... 1 393 14 MODC
ERROR’S ( 1 1)
Which Error’s glitter cannot blind, 1 386 19 FSO
ERST ( 2 1)
Inmate of highest stars, where erst it sham’d 1 101 51 ALAAR
Inmate of highest stars, where erst it shamed 1 101 51H ALAAR
ESCAPE ( 1 1)
For at a ball what fair one can escape 1 11 55 TEMP
ESPECIAL ( 1 1)
To lie all day in that especial manner 1 283 53 POLI
ESSENCE ( 3 3)
And I would feel its essence stealing 1 28 48 TAMA
The unembodied essence, and no more 1 77 14 STAN
An essence — powerful to destroy 1 82 23 HAPP
ESTATE ( 5 2)
Assailed the monarch’s high estate. 1 316 34 HAUNT
Assail’d the monarch’s high estate. 1 316 34EFGL HAUNT
From Hell unto a high estate 1 337 21 LENK
From Hell unto a high estate 1 337 25CaD-GL LENK
From Hell into a high estate 1 337 25Cb LENK
ETERNAL ( 16 14)
It falls from an eternal shrine. 1 27 14 TAMA
The eternal voice of God is passing by, 1 104 131 ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is moving by, 1 104 131B ALAAR
Of late, eternal Condor years 1 128 11 ROMG
O, then the eternal Condor years 1 128 11C ROMG
O, then the eternal Condor years 1 157 35 INTRO
There the eternal dews do drop — 1 192 34 NISA
Eternal dews come down in drops, 1 193 46 NISB
Eternal dews come down in gems! 1 193 48 NISB
Eternal dews come down in drops. 1 196 25 NISE
Have gone to their eternal rest. 1 199 5 CITYA
Have gone to their eternal rest. 1 201 5 CITYH
By what eternal streams 1 215 26 PARA
Sweet daughter! in Heaven. Think of eternal things! 1 263 74 POLI
For in the eternal city thou shalt do me 1 268 34 POLI
Beneath the eternal sky of Thought: — 1 386 24 FSO
ETERNALLY ( 1 1)
But should it be — that dream eternally 1 68 9 DREA


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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)