Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (INTO through KNOWS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 280-291 (This material is protected by copyright)


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INTO ( 43 36)
Bow’d from its wild pride into shame. 1 45 14 TAMF
Which fallest into the soul like rain 1 51 185 TAMF
Bow’d from its wild pride into shame. 1 54 14 TAMH
Which fall’st into the soul like rain 1 59 179 TAMH
Into thine hour of secrecy. 1 71 4 SPIRA
Into thine hour of secrecy: 1 72 4 SPIRD
Whence sprang the “Idea of Beauty” into birth, 1 100 31 ALAAR
She look’d into Infinity — and knelt. 1 100 35 ALAAR
And died, ere scarce exalted into birth, 1 102 71 ALAAR
Into the sunlit ether, caught the ray 1 106 8 ALAAR
Look’d out above into the purple air, 1 106 23 ALAAR
Looked out above into the purple air, 1 106 23E ALAAR
How drowsily it weigh’d them into night! 1 113 207 ALAAR
I left so late was into chaos hurl’d — 1 114 234 ALAAR
Into a shower dissever, 1 141 40 FAIRY1
The black hath mellow’d into grey, 1 158 48 INTRO
And shook it into pieces — so 1 161 18 FAIRY2
Into the darkness of a room, 1 162 33 FAIRY2
Grey towers are mouldering into rest, 1 183 11 IRENE1
Into the universal valley. 1 187 8 IRENE2
The ruin moulders into rest; 1 187 12 IRENE2
Grey towers are mouldering into rest; 1 187 12D IRENE2
And tumbled him into bed. 1 248 20 POLI
As of one who entered madly into life, 1 259 59 POLI
with a window open and looking into/ a garden. 1 260 4/ Sd POLI
(LALAGE bursts into tears 1 262 23d POLI
Into my heart of hearts! that eloquent voice 1 269 57 POLI
Into my heart of hearts! that voice — that voice 1 269 57AB POLI
Into the dust — so we descend together. 1 273 44 POLI
From Hell into a high estate 1 337 25Cb LENK
Into seas without a shore; 1 344 14 ROUTE
Deep into that darkness peering, 1 365 25 RAVEN
Back into the chamber turning, 1 366 31 RAVEN
Then into the chamber turning, 1 366 31ABCEFHLP RAVEN
my sad fancy into smiling, 1 366 43 RAVEN
my sad fancy into smiling, 1 367 67 RAVEN
all my sad soul into smiling, 1 367 67ABCEFHJLNPQRUW RAVEN
all my fancy into smiling, 1 367 67S RAVEN
burned into my bosom’s core; 1 367 74 RAVEN
“Get thee back into the tempest 1 369 98 RAVEN
No billow breaking into foam 1 386 11 FSO
Twirls into trunk-paper the while you con it.” 1 425 8 DUNCE
Into a western couch of thunder-cloud; 1 446 49 TOHEL
INTOXICATED ( 1 1)
Enter BENITO meeting UGO intoxicated. 1 248 5d POLI
INTRUDE ( 2 2)
Upon thy slumber shall intrude, 1 223 23 SERE
A crawling shape intrude! 1 326 26 WORM
INURNED ( 1 1)
Inurned and entombed! — now, in a tone 1 263 67 POLI
INVISIBLE ( 1 1)
Invisible Wo! 1 325 16 WORM
IRENE ( 6 2)
Irene, with her destinies, 1 184 23C IRENE1
Irenë, with her destinies! 1 184 24 IRENE1
Irenë, with her Destinies! 1 187 17 IRENE2
Irené and her Destinies! 1 187 17D IRENE2
Irene and her Destinies! 1 187 17E IRENE2
Irené, with her Destinies! 1 187 17F IRENE2
IRON ( 9 9)
Ev’n then, who deem’d this iron heart 1 29 86 TAMA
Ev’n then who deem’d this iron heart 1 40 86 TAMB
Hath left his iron gate ajar, 1 52 221 TAMF
E’en then who knew this iron heart 1 56 73 TAMH
Hath left his iron gate ajar, 1 60 226 TAMH
With the antique iron un.” 1 328 3 STYL
The heavy iron bells! 1 434 9 BELLSC
The heavy iron bells! 1 434 10 BELLSB
Iron bells! 1 437 71 BELLSEG
IRREVOCABLE ( 1 1)
An irrevocable vow — 1 307 20 BRIDA
ISABEL ( 3 3)
Sit down beside me, Isabel, 1 161 1 FAIRY2
Did you not say so, Isabel? 1 162 25 FAIRY2
Isabel! do you not fear 1 162 39 FAIRY2
ISLAND ( 1 1)
Just o’er that one bright island smile. 1 237 14 TOF
ISLE ( S 5)
Stole o’er my senses in that lovely isle 1 113 211 ALAAR
A green isle in the sea, love, 1 214 3 PARA
Like some enchanted far-off isle 1 237 9 TOF
Fair isle, that from the fairest of all flowers, 1 311 1 ZANTE
O hyacinthine isle! O purple Zante! 1 311 13 ZANTE
ISLES ( 2 1)
At the many star-isles 1 110 134 ALAAR
At the myriad star-isles 1 110 134F ALAAR
ISN’T ( 2 2)
I’ve been a thinking, isn’t that the phrase? 1 9 9 TEMP
And yet it isn’t, Ugo, there’s a riddle! 1 250 75 POLI
ISOLA ( 2 2)
Isola d’oro! — Fior di Levante! 1 102 77 ALAAR
“Isola d’orol Fior di Levante!” 1 311 14 ZANTE
ISRAFEL ( 6 6)
As the angel Israfel — 1 173 4 ISRA
As the angel Israfel, 1 175 4 ISRG
If I did dwell where Israfel 1 175 39 ISRA
Where Israfel 1 176 46 ISRG
Than even the seraph harper, Israfel, 1 406 14 MARA
Than even the seraph harper, Israfel, 1 407 14 MARB
ISRAFELI ( 2 2)
Israfeli, who despisest 1 174 25 ISRA
Israfeli, who despisest 1 176 30 ISRG
ISRAFELI’S ( 2 2)
That Israfeli’s fire 1 174 14 ISRA
That Israfeli’s fire 1 176 18 ISRG
IS’T ( 2 2)
Is’t not a pity in so young a man 1 249 24 POLI
As tell me, Sir, at once what is’t you mean. 1 265 12 POLI
ITALIAN ( 4 1)
By the slow Italian streams 1 215 26A PARA
By the far Italian streams 1 215 26B PARA
By what Italian streams 1 215 26CEGL0! PARA
Italian tones made only to be murmured 1 407 8 MARB
ITALY ( 1 1)
Or one more worthy Italy, methinks 1 279 17 POLI
IV ( 1 1)
[IV. A “trochaic line"] 1 393 12 MODC
IVORY ( 5 2)
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1ABC COLIS
Here where on ivory throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1D COLIS
Here, where on ivory couch the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22FK COLIS
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 286 27 POLI
Her bosom is an ivory throne, 1 384 5 KING
IVY ( 3 3)
Of sculptur’d ivy and stone flowers — 1 200 25 CITYA
Of sculptured ivy and stone flowers — 1 201 20 CITYH
But stay! these walls — these ivy-clad arcades — 1 229 26 COLIS
IVY-CLAD ( 1 1)
But stay! these walls — these ivy-clad arcades — 1 229 26 COLIS
JACINTA ( 40 37)
(Jacinta tells me this). 1 249 49 POLI
(Jacinta tells me this) and listens aghast 1 249 49Ax POLI
(Enter JACINTA) 1 250 28d POLI
Jacinta! is it you? 1 250 74 POLI
I was Jacinta yesternight, but now 1 250 76 POLI
Madam Jacinta if you please, Sir Ugo! 1 250 77 POLI
UGO. Jacinta! (hiccup!) why, Jacinta! 1 251 83 POLI
Of the Count. I’m (hiccup!) done with You Jacinta! 1 251 89 POLI
O you vile wretch! I’ll (hiccup!) not have you Jacinta! 1 251 90 POLI
I’m none Jacinta. 1 251 94 POLI
I’m going Jacinta. 1 251 94Ax POLI
UGO. Jacinta! 1 252 120 POLI
UGO. What dear Jacinta? 1 252 121 POLI
UGO. Oh, nonsense, sweet Jacinta, let me look 1 252 122 POLI
UGO. Sweet, dear, Jacinta! madame Jacinta. 1 252 125 POLI
LALAGE. Jacinta! is it thou? 1 260 1 POLI
LALAGE. I did not know, Jacinta, you were in waiting. 1 260 2 POLI
JACINTA (a servant maid) leans carelessly upon a chair. 1 260 7d POLI
Jacinta! 1 260 14 POLI
(JACINTA seats herself... upon the chair, 1 260 14d POLI
(JACINTA returns no answer, 1 261 1d POLI
Jacinta! Here’s a far sterner story 1 261 20 POLI
Jacinta! This is a far sterner story 1 261 20Ax POLI
Rainbow and Dove! — Jacinta! 1 261 27 POLI
(re-enter JACINTA, and throws a volume on the table.) 1 261 27d POLI
LALAGE. Wilt thou, my good Jacinta, be so kind 1 261 28 POLI
EJACINTA] There, ma’am, ’s the book. 1 261 35 POLI
LALAGE What didst thou say, Jacinta? Have I done aught 1 261 36 POLI
LALAGE. What didst thou say, Jacinta? Now I bethink me 1 262 41 POLI
Thou needest, Jacinta? 1 262 45 POLI
LALAGE. Jewels! Jacinta, — now indeed, Jacinta, 1 262 48 POLI
(Enter JACINTA fantastically dressed, 1 275 32d POLI
and without/ noticing JACINTA.) 1 277 12/13d POLI
Or would she, now — I ask you now, Jacinta, 1 277 35 POLI
To see you, Madam Jacinta.” Well I don’t know 1 277 43 POLI
“Jacinta, get me this” — “D’ye hear? — bring that” 1 278 63 POLI
(Exit UGO followed ?I_ JACINTA 1 279 3d POLI
JACKASS ( 1 1)
“Get out you jackass! — out you vagabond!” 1 278 79 POLI
JANGLING ( 1 1)
In the jangling 1 437 62 BELLSEG
JERRY ( 1 1)
Their bright eyes on his Tom and Jerry brim 1 11 66 TEMP
JEST ( 2 2)
To take things seriously or all in jest; 1 9 12 TEMP
And quiet all away in jest — 1 157 30 INTRO
JESTS ( 1 1)
with these ribald jests 1 253 20 POLI
JESUS’ ( 1 1)
“For the holy Jesus’ sake! 1 184 38 IRENE1
JEW ( 2 2)
Jew or | downright | upright | nutmegs | 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
JEWELL’D ( 5 2)
A feeling not the jewell’d mine 1 48 93 TAMF
A feeling not the jewell’d mine 1 86 15CE LAKEF
To seek for treasure in the jewell’d skies, 1 91 7A-E SCI
Not the gaily-jewell’d dead 1 200 35 CITYA
Not the gayly-jewell’d dead 1 202 34G CITYH
JEWELLED ( 3 3)
A feeling not the jewelled mine 1 86 15 LAKEF
To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies, 1 91 7 SCI
Not the gaily-jewelled dead 1 202 34 CITYH
JEWELS ( 21 20)
Amid the jewels of my throne, 1 45 18 TAMF
Amid the Jewels of my throne, 1 54 18 TAMH
(Showing/ some jewels) 1 251 2/ 3d POLI
Gave you those jewels! 1 251 85 POLI
Will you not see the jewels — look you here! 1 251 95 POLI
(going and holding up the jewels.) 1 252 28d POLI
The richest vintner’s daughter owning these jewels! 1 252 111 POLI
(All of her jewels! — every one of them!) 1 252 115 POLI
Gave you the jewels! How (hiccup!) came you by the ring? 1 252 117 POLI
Again (hiccup!) at the jewels! 1 252 123 POLI
She has any more jewels — no — no she gave me all. 1 262 40 POLI
Be always throwing those jewels in my teeth. 1 262 47 POLI
LALAGE. Jewels! Jacinta, — now indeed, Jacinta, 1 262 48 POLI
I thought not of the jewels. 1 262 49 POLI
Have use for jewels now. But I might have sworn it. 1 262 55 POLI
and is lost in the contemplation of the jewels 1 276 3d POLI
She gave you all these jewels? 1 277 38 POLI
She gave you all them jewels? 1 277 38Ax POLI
Satins and jewels grand, 1 307 3 BRIDA
Satins and jewels grand 1 308 3 BRIDF
Satins and jewels grand, 1 308 27 BRIDA
JINGLING ( 1 1)
From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. 1 435 14 BELLSEG
JOB ( 1 0)
Instead of two sides, Job has nearly eight, 1 10 21CD TEMP
JOE ( 1 1)
Joe Locke is a greater; in short, 1 151 6 LOCKE
JOHN ( 3 1)
John Locke was a notable name; 1 151 5 LOCKE
John Locke is a notable name; 1 151 58 LOCKE
John Locke was a very great name; 1 151 5C LOCKE
JOIN ( 2 1)
To join the all-hallowed mirth 1 207 35 PAEAN
To join the untainted mirth 1 207 35A PAEAN
JOKE ( 5 5)
SAN OZZO. An excellent joke! I’ faith an excellent joke! 1 253 1 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — a most superlative joke! 1 253 2 POLI
CASTIGLIONE I meant it for no joke. 1 253 5 POLI
SAN OZZO. Oh no! oh no! — you meant it for no joke. 1 253 6 POLI
JOURNEY ( 3 3)
Of a feign’d journey, were again 1 36 290 TAMA
Such an account he gave me of his journey! 1 265 32 POLI
Of a long journey — the — indeed I had better 1 267 71 POLI
JOURNEYED ( 5 4)
I have journeyed home but newly 1 344 38.5A ROUTE
(Though once we had journeyed down here) 1 416 27 ULA
That I journeyed — I journeyed down here! — 1 418 87 ULA
Had journeyed long, 1 463 4 ELDOR
JOVE ( 1 1)
The unimaginable might of Jove. 1 393 7 MODC
JOY ( 14 14)
The world — its joy — its share of pain 1 32 163 TAMA
The world — its joy — its share of pain 1 41 163 TAMB
Its joy — its little lot of pain 1 57 119 TAMH
For joy to my heart 1 74 18 STAR
I have dreamed of joy departed — 1 79 2 ADRE
Of Science dims the mirror of our joy — 1 111 164 ALAAR
My heart to joy at the same tone — 1 146 7 ALONE
While yet my vapid joy and grief 1 158 61 INTRO
Joy so peacefully departs, 1 160 23 MYST
Like joy upon sorrow! 1 162 37 FAIRY2
Thy grief, thy joy, thy hate, thy love, 1 176 37 ISRG
In joy and wo — in good and ill — 1 217 3 HYMN
Of Joy departed — Hope, the Seraph Hope, 1 262 66 POLI
Of health, joy, peace, in store for thee. 1 385 4 FSO
JOY’S ( 1 1)
Joy’s voice so peacefully departed 1 100 8 ALAAR
JOYS ( 3 3)
No more a mourner — but the radiant Joys 1 274 80 POLI
Enduring joys and fleeting cares, 1 385 6 FSO
Which has in others’ joys a part, 1 386 15 FSO
JUDAEAN ( 2 2)
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
JUDGMENT ( 1 1)
(You see I yield unto your better judgment) 1 284 98 POLI
JULY ( 2 2)
It was a July midnight; and from out 1 445 3 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, that, on this July midnight — 1 445 21 TOHEL
JUNE ( 7 5)
Like flowers by the low breath of June! 1 161 8 FAIRY2
Midnight in the sweet month of June, 1 183 2 IRENE1
At midnight in the month of June, 1 183 2BC IRENE1
At midnight, in the month of June, 1 186 1 IRENE2
In June she died — in June 1 206 29 PAEAN
Thou died’st in thy life’s June — 1 206 29A PAEAN
JUST ( 13 12)
But, just like any other dream, 1 58 133 TAMH
Just now so fairy-like and well. 1 161 3 FAIRY2
Just o’er that one bright island smile. 1 237 14 TOF
Just now on the staircase as I came up hither, 1 248 5 POLI
Having just arrived in Rome. Ha! ha! he is altered! 1 265 31 POLI
Unto the Count — it is exceeding just 1 280 36 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Now this indeed is just! 1 282 92 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Now this — now this is just! 1 282 928 POLI
Most righteous, and most just, avenging Heaven! 1 282 93 POLI
Dead, so to say, but having just committed 1 283 75 POLI
just above my chamber door — 1 366 41 RAVEN
just above my chamber door; 1 369 104 RAVEN
In just such a bed. 1 457 52 ANNIE
KEEN ( 3 3)
Seraphs in all but “Knowledge,” the keen light 1 111 159 ALAAR
So keen a relish for the beautiful 1 269 44 POLI
So that the blade be keen — the blow be sure, 1 275 104 POLI
KEEP ( 12 10)
And always keep from laughing when I can; 1 11 62 TEMP
And always keep from laughing if I can; 1 11 62C TEMP
And all we seek to keep — hath flown; 1 39 387 TAMA
And all we seek to keep hath flown — 1 60 210 TAMH
To keep watch with delight 1 109 110 ALAAR
Which thy vigilance keep — 1 110 119 ALAAR
Heaven have her in its sacred keep! 1 188 39 IRENE2
Heaven have her in its sacred keep! 1 188 47E IRENE2
To keep watch above the flowers, 1 195 6 NISE
I’ll keep the wine, and he may have the ashes. 1 257 116 POLI
In very hot weather won’t — keep, you take me, Sir? 1 285 116 POLI
To keep me from harm — 1 458 82 ANNIE
KEEPER’S ( 3 3)
And crouches to a keeper’s hand — 1 44 253 TAMB
And crouches to a keeper’s hand, 1 50 173 TAMF
And crouches to a keeper’s hand — 1 58 161 TAMH
KEEPING ( 4 4)
Keeping time, time, time, 1 435 9 BELLSEG
Keeping time, time, time, 1 438 95 BELLSEG
Keeping time, time, time, 1 438 99 BELLSEG
Keeping time, time, time, 1 438 104 BELLSEG
KEEPS ( 3 3)
That keeps, from the dreamer, 1 108 70 ALAAR
Keeps her secluded from society 1 254 29 POLI
Keeps your cash in your hands, 1 378 6 WALL
KICKS ( 1 1)
and kicks the bandbox to and/ fro 1 276 18/19d POLI
KILLING ( 4 2)
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. 1 478 26 LEEA
And killing my Annabel Lee. 1 478 26EFH LEEA
And killing my Annabel Lee. 1 479 26 LEEE
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. 1 479 26A-DGJKL LEEE
KIND ( 14 13)
Triumphantly with human kind. 1 28 37 TAMA
No need to quiet her kind fears — 1 31 134 TAMA
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 45 1 TAMF
Triumphantly with human kind. 1 46 38 TAMF
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 53 1 TAMH
Triumphantly with human kind. 1 54 34 TAMH
(A kind which, upon trial, 1 140 13 FAIRY1
So beautiful and kind. 1 249 35 POLI
LALAGE. Wilt thou, my good Jacinta, be so kind 1 261 28 POLI
DUKE. Look you, Castiglione, be so kind 1 265 11 POLI
A kind and gentle office, and a Power — 1 269 35 POLI
And sociable, and all that kind of thing 1 283 50 POLI
Quaff, oh quaff this kind nepenthe 1 368 83 RAVEN
Let me quaff this kind nepenthe 1 368 83ACE RAVEN
KINDLED ( 1 1)
As hath been kindled within it. Methinks the air 1 269 45 POLI
KINDLING ( 4 3)
That kindling thought — did not the beam 1 33 210 TAMA
(That kindling thought) — did not the beam 1 42 210 TAMB
And in thine eye a kindling light 1 66 5 SONG
And in thine eye the kindling light 1 66 SA SONG
KING ( 17 15)
Its way to Heaven, from garden of a king: 1 102 73 ALAAR
The king Napoleon — 1 130 4 SHOULD
Long life to our King, 1 219 7 LATIN
Who is king but Epiphanes? 1 220 1 SONGA
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
The wit and wisdom of their king. 1 316 32 HAUNT
Beside the King of Heaven!” 1 336 59 LENA
beside the King of Heaven: — 1 337 22 LENK
beside the King of Heaven!” 1 337 26C-GL LENK
So wills its King, who hath forbid 1 345 47 ROUTE
So wills the King, who hath forbid 1 345 47AB ROUTE
The only king by right divine 1 384 1 KING
Is Ellen King, and were she mine 1 384 2 KING
The King — Ix King — can do no wrong. 1 384 12 KING
And their king it is who tolls: — 1 437 89 BELLSEG
KINGDOM ( 11 11)
A kingdom for a broken — heart. 1 39 406 TAMA
In a kingdom by the sea, 1 477 2 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea; 1 477 8 LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea, 1 477 14 LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea. 1 477 20 LEEA
In a kingdom by the sea, 1 478 2 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea, 1 478 8 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea) 1 478 24 LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea, 1 479 14 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea. 1 479 20 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea) 1 479 24 LEEE
KINGLY ( 6 6)
The heirdom of a kingly mind — 1 27 35 TAMA
The heritage of kingly mind 1 46 36 TAMF
The heritage of a kingly mind, 1 54 32 TAMH
Up domes — up spires — up kingly halls — 1 200 26 CITYA
Up domes — up spires — up kingly halls — 1 201 17 CITYH
I’d worship Kings and kingly state, 1 384 10 KING
KINGS ( 1 1)
I’d worship Kings and kingly state, 1 384 10 KING
KINSMAN ( 2 0)
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
So that her highborn kinsman came 1 479 17KL LEEE
KINSMEN ( 2 2)
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her highborn kinsmen came 1 479 17 LEEE
KISS ( 10 4)
Or that the thrill of a single kiss 1 136 11 TOMB
That the tremor of one kiss 1 136 11A TOMB
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
Kiss her and make it up, I say, this minute! 1 259 40Ax POLI
Take this kiss upon the brow! 1 451 1 TAKE
Take this kiss upon thy brow! 1 451 1C TAKE
KISS’D ( 2 1)
The fairy light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58 ALAAR
The brilliant light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58F ALAAR
KISSED ( 4 4)
And he kissed my pallid brow — 1 307 14 BRIDA
And he kissed my pallid brow, 1 309 14 BRIDF
Thus I pacified Psyche and kissed her, 1 418 72 ULA
She tenderly kissed me, 1 458 73 ANNIE
KISSES ( 2 2)
The breath of those kisses 1 109 86 ALAAR
Those kisses of true love 1 109 90 ALAAR
KNEE ( 6 6)
Why do the people bow the knee, 1 51 181 TAMB
Thus on my banded knee I answer thee. 1 272 13 POLI
Not mother, with her first born on her knee, 1 272 16 POLI
(throwing himself upon his knee.) 1 273 32d POLI
and he falls/ upon his knee at the feet of the Earl.) 1 281 30/31d POLI
Thus on my bonded knee. It were most fitting 1 282 77 POLI
KNEEL ( 4 3)
I kneel, an altered and an humble man, 1 228 7 COLIS
I kneel, an alter’d and an humble man, 1 228 7FGHK COLIS
Attend thee ever; and I will kneel to thee 1 274 82 POLI
And are far up in Heaven — the stars I kneel to 1 446 62 TOHEL
KNEELING ( 1 1)
(kneeling.) 1 272 15d POLI
KNEES ( 2 2)
Uprear’d its purple stem around her knees: 1 101 49 ALAAR
Of her chamber-window sobbing upon her knees 1 250 51 POLI
KNELL ( 5 3)
Upon thy emptiness, — a knell. 1 46 26 TAMB
Upon the emptiness — a knell. 1 54 26 TAMH
Give a trickle and a tinkle and a knell. 1 196 27.3C NISE
For the words rang as a knell, 1 309 9 BRIDF
For the words rang like a knell, 1 309 9BCD BRIDF
KNELLS ( 4 4)
Hear the knells! 1 434 11 BELLSC
As he knells, knells, knells, 1 438 105 BELLSEG
KNELT ( 2 2)
She look’d into Infinity — and knelt. 1 100 35 ALAAR
All hurriedly she knelt upon a bed 1 101 42 ALAAR
KNEW ( 21 19)
I held no doubt — I knew no fear 1 34 241 TAMA
I knew not woman’s heart, alas! 1 36 297 TAMA
In childhood but he knew me not. 1 39 398 TAMA
I held no doubt, I knew no fear 1 43 241 TAMB
Ev’n then who knew that as infinite 1 47 77 TAMF
E’en then who knew this iron heart 1 56 73 TAMH
And yet that spirit knew not — in the hour 1 77 7 STAN
A soul that knew it well. 1 82 24 HAPP
(The fabled nectar that the heathen knew) 1 101 53 ALAAR
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
When first Al Aaraaf knew her course to be 1 115 255 ALAAR
When first Tophet-Nour knew her course to be 1 115 255J2 ALAAR
The words you used were that the Earl you knew 1 265 18 POLI
DUKE. That did you, Sir, and well I knew at the time 1 265 20 POLI
I knew your father well, my lord Politian. 1 266 55 POLI
O speak to me! I knew thou wouldst not go! 1 275 99 POLI
I knew thou wouldst not, couldst not, durst not go. 1 275 100 POLI
For we knew not the month was October, 1 416 23 ULA
And thus are dearer than the mother I knew 1 467 12 MOTHB
Are thus more precious than the one I knew, 1 467 12 MOTHC
KNIGHT ( 5 3)
Like the knight Pinto — Mendez Ferdinando — 1 390 18 VALG
(Like the knight Pinto — Mendez Ferdinando) — 1 390 18D VALG
Like the knight Pinto (Mendez Ferdinando) — 1 390 18F VALG
A gallant knight, 1 463 2 ELDOR
This knight so bold — 1 463 8 ELDOR
KNOCKED ( 2 2)
Who knocked over a thousand so fine 1 219 8 LATIN
As for the Count San Ozzo who knocked me down 1 248 4 POLI
KNOT ( 4 4)
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 389 10 VALA
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 390 10 VALG
out of a I pine-knot ( 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
KNOW ( 42 42)
God help me, it has been my lot to know, 1 11 60 TEMP
Might know the secret of a spirit 1 27 22 TAMA
To know the fate it will inherit) 1 32 192 TAMA
Yes! I was proud — and ye who know 1 33 195 TAMA
For all we live to know — is known; 1 39 386 TAMA
To know the fate it will inherit) 1 42 192 TAMB
Yes! I was proud & ye who know 1 42 195 TAMB
I know — for death, who comes for me 1 52 218 TAMF
Know thou the secret of a spirit 1 54 13 TAMH
For all we live to know is known 1 60 209 TAMH
I know — for Death who comes for me 1 60 223 TAMH
Who livest — that we know — 1 103 98 ALAAR
For what (to them) availeth it to know 1 111 166 ALAAR
You know that most enormous flower — 1 161 11 FAIRY2
So like a thing alive you know, 1 161 16 FAIRY2
Say do you know? 1 220 2 SONGA
Say do you know? 1 220 4 SONGA
SAN OZZO. I know it — very! 1 253 19 POLI
The Duke your father, as you very well know, 1 254 28 POLI
And know him well — nor learned nor mirthful he. 1 259 62 POLI
LALAGE. I did not know, Jacinta, you were in waiting. 1 260 2 POLI
I hardly know myself. Stay! was it not 1 264 2 POLI
Be comforted! I know — I know it all, 1 272 7 POLI
Knowing what I know, and seeing what I have seen. 1 272 11 POLI
Besides, you know it was impossible 1 276 27 POLI
To see you, Madam Jacinta.” Well I don’t know 1 277 43 POLI
I know what thou wouldst say — send not the message — 1 280 39 POLI
If so pray let me know! 1 283 54 POLI
UGO. I’ll let you know 1 283 54 POLI
Made way with himself — that’s felo de se you know — 1 284 89 POLI
More decorous, you know, — you understand me? 1 284 100 POLI
For I dream — I know not how! 1 308 38 BRIDA
For I dream I know not how, 1 309 29 BRIDF
I scarce know which to prize most high — 1 380 3 KATE
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
Sadly, I know 1 456 7 ANNIE
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 477 3 LEEE
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 478 3 LEEE
Yes! — that was the reason (as all men know, 1 478 23 LEEA
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know, 1 479 E3 LEEE
KNOWEST ( 3 2)
A few days more, thou knowest, my Alessandra, 1 257 3 POLI
Thou speakest to me of love. Knowest thou the land 1 274 65 POLI
Thou spokest to me of love. Knowest thou the land 1 274 65A POLI
KNOWING ( 6 6)
A child — with a most knowing eye. 1 128 10 ROMG
A child — with a most knowing eye. 1 156 10 INTRO
(looking knowing.) 1 252 3d POLI
Knowing what I know, and seeing what I have seen. 1 272 11 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That knowing no cause of quarrel or of feud 1 279 11 POLI
(Knowing her love) 1 459 87 ANNIE
KNOWLEDGE ( 3 3)
Till secrecy shall knowledge be 1 104 116 ALAAR
Seraphs in all but “Knowledge,” the keen light 1 111 159 ALAAR
Displays the deepest knowledge of the mind; 1 221 4 ENIGMA
KNOWN ( 34 30)
Of flow’rs which we have known before 1 31 140 TAMA
The passionate spirit which hath known, 1 32 179 TAMA
I was ambitious — have ye known 1 33 203 TAMA
My mind, it had not known before — 1 34 235 TAMA
Who, that had known the secret thought 1 34 247 TAMA
Of glory, which the world hath known? 1 37 331 TAMA
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 38 372 TAMA
For all we live to know — is known; 1 39 386 TAMA
A mountain hunter, I had known 1 39 397 TAMA
The passionate spirit which hath known 1 42 179 TAMB
I was ambitious — have ye known 1 42 203 TAMB
My mind it had not known before — 1 43 235 TAMB
Who that had known the silent thought 1 44 247 TAMB
Of glory which the world hath known 1 44 331 TAMB
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 52 203 TAMF
I was ambitious — have you known 1 57 128 TAMH
Of glory which the world hath known 1 59 169 TAMH
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 59 197 TAMH
For all we live to know is known 1 60 209 TAMH
Of one whom I had earlier known — 1 60 218 TAMH
Than young Hope in his sunniest hour hath known. 1 69 34 DREA
In youth have I known one with whom the Earth 1 77 1 STAN
My sear’d and blighted heart hath known, 1 81 2 HAPP
My sear’d and blighted heart has known, 1 81 2B HAPP
Thy messenger hath known 1 103 103 ALAAR
Was Love, the blind, near sober Duty known? 1 112 180 ALAAR
He never was known to lie — 1 151 3 LOCKE
The former was well known to fame, 1 151 7 LOCKE
But the latter’s well known “to report.” 1 151 8 LOCKE
The latter’s well known “to report.” 1 151 8B LOCKE
The latter well known “to report.” 1 151 8C LOCKE
These names when rightly read, a name (make) known 1 222 15 ENIGMA
I have known men have seen Politian 1 259 57 POLI
A well-known name oft uttered in the hearing 1 390 15F VALG
KNOWS ( 10 9)
Ev’n childhood knows the human heart; 1 30 126 TAMA
Which knows (believe me at this time, 1 32 189 TAMA
The soul, which knows such power, will still 1 32 193 TAMA
A tale the world but knows too well, 1 38 350 TAMA
Which knows (believe! for now on me 1 42 189 TAMB
In dreams of thee, and therein knows 1 237 6 TOF
In dreams of thee, and therein knows 1 237 14.68C TOF
Who is my lady Lalage? God knows! 1 250 64 POLI
Of what he said — he knows — and that I’ll meet him 1 257 118 POLI
Yet the ear, it fully knows, 1 437 57 BELLSEG


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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)