Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (NAPLES through NODDING),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 360-371 (This material is protected by copyright)


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NAPLES ( 1 1)
As easily as through a Naples bonnet — 1 425 4 DUNCE
NAPOLION ( 1 1)
The king Napoleon — 1 130 4 SHOULD
NAPPING ( 3 2)
While I nodded, nearly napping, 1 364 3 RAVEN
While I pondered, nearly napping, 1 364 3G RAVEN
But the fact is I was napping, 1 365 21 RAVEN
NAPTHALINE ( 1 1)
For the napthaline river 1 457 35 ANNIE
NARROW ( 1 1)
And narrow my bed; 1 457 48 ANNIE
NARROWLY ( 4 2)
Search narrowly these words, which hold a treasure 1 389 5 VALA
Search narrowly the lines! — they hold a treasure 1 389 5 VALG
Search narrowly these lines! — they hold a treasure 1 389 5D VALG
Search narrowly this rhyme! — which holds a treasure 1 389 5F VALG
NATAL ( 1 1)
Of Genius, at its natal hour; 1 32 188 TAMA
NATIONS ( 2 2)
The strife of nations, and redeem 1 34 238 TAMA
The strife of nations, & redeem 1 43 238 TAMB
NATIVE ( 1 1)
To his own native shore. 1 166 5 HELF
NATURAL ( 7 7)
Afar from its proud natural towers 1 33 216 TAMA
Afar from its proud natural towers 1 43 216 TAMB
Afar from its proud natural towers 1 50 153 TAMF
Afar from its proud natural towers 1 58 141 TAMH
(I. “Triple-rhymed natural-dactylic lines"] 1 393 1 MODC
in which “there are no natural feet"] 1 393 6 MODC
EIII. “Dactylic lines in which we find natural feet” — 1 393 8 MODC
NATURAL-DACTYLIC ( 1 1)
EI. “Triple-rhymed natural-dactylic lines") 1 393 1 MODC
NATURALLY ( 1 1)
Its letters, although naturally lying 1 390 17 VALG
NATURE ( 16 13)
The child of Nature, without care, 1 29 76 TAMA
My innate nature — be it so: 1 29 81 TAMA
With Nature, in her wild paths; tell 1 36 312 TAMA
The child of Nature, without care, 1 40 76 TAMB
My innate nature — be it so: 1 40 81 TAMB
My innate nature — be it so: 1 47 72 TAMF
My innate nature — be it so: 1 56 68 TAMH
All Nature speaks, and ev’n ideal things 1 104 128 ALAAR
Here Nature speaks, and ev’n ideal things 1 104 128BCE ALAAR
There Nature speaks, and even ideal things 1 104 128D ALAAR
Here Nature speaks, and even ideal things 1 104 128F ALAAR
That Nature loves the best for Beauty’s grave 1 106 30 ALAAR
When Nature sleeps and stars are mute, 1 222 3 SERE
At thy behest I will shake off that nature 1 268 10 POLI
Some people are fools by nature — some have a talent 1 277 44 POLI
With whom affairs of a most private nature 1 280 42 POLI
NAUGHT ( 2 2)
That she might deem it naught beside 1 34 226 TAMA
And I have naught with human hearts. E... .] 1 45 346 TAMB
NAUSEA ( 2 1)
The sickness — the nausea — 1 457 19AB ANNIE
The sickness — the nausea — 1 457 25 ANNIE
NAY ( 9 9)
Thou must not — nay indeed, indeed, thou shalt not 1 267 2 POLI
Say nay — say nay!” 1 270 75 POLI
Say nay — say nay!” 1 270 85 POLI
Say nay — say nay!” 1 271 94 POLI
Say nay! — say nay! 1 271 106 POLI
NEAR ( 10 7)
Grows dim around me — death is near. 1 27 16 TAMA
Of human battle (near me swelling.) 1 55 50E TAMH
The cause — but none are near to pry 1 71 3 SPIRA
Near four bright suns — a temporary rest — 1 100 18 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel near a summer night: 1 107 40CE ALAAR
Was Love, the blind, near sober Duty known? 1 112 180 ALAAR
A street near a Palace. 1 275 25d POLI
and finally stops near the middle of the stage, 1 276 2d POLI
By the mountains — near the river 1 344 25 ROUTE
By the mountain — near the river 1 344 25AB ROUTE
NEARER ( 1 1)
And, nearer Heaven, some lilies wave 1 193 43 NISB
NEAREST ( 3 2)
For nearest of all stars was thine to ours — 1 114 242 ALAAR
Nearest resembles worship — oh, remember 1 400 14 MLS
Nearest approaches worship — oh, remember 1 400 14A MLS
NEARLY ( 4 2)
Instead of two sides, Bob has nearly eight, 1 10 21 TEMP
Instead of two sides, Job has nearly eight, 1 10 21CD TEMP
While I nodded, nearly napping, 1 364 3 RAVEN
While I pondered, nearly napping, 1 364 3G RAVEN
NEAT ( 1 1)
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
NEATH ( 3 3)
“’Neath blue-bell or streamer — 1 108 68 ALAAR
’Neath which thy slumb’ring soul lies hid, 1 187 27 IRENE2
’Neath the forest tree 1 399 9 LOU
NEBULOUS ( 1 1)
And nebulous lustre was born, 1 416 34 ULA
NECTAR ( 1 1)
(The fabled nectar that the heathen knew) 1 101 53 ALAAR
NEED ( 10 10)
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 31 133 TAMA
No need to quiet her kind fears — 1 31 134 TAMA
There was no need to speak the rest, 1 49 135 TAMF
No need to quiet any fears 1 49 136 TAMF
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 57 108 TAMH
No need to quiet any fears 1 57 109 TAMH
And yet it need not be — (that object) hid 1 78 20 STAN
That’s meant for me. I’m sure, Madam, you need not 1 262 46 POLI
What need we more? Ha! glory! — now speak not of it! 1 273 35 POLI
What need is there of hurry? I’ll answer for it 1 276 4 POLI
NEEDEST ( 1 1)
Thou needest, Jacinta? 1 262 45 POLI
NEEDETH ( 1 1)
CASTIGLIONE. It needeth not be — thus — thus — 1 282 76 POLI
NE’ER ( 11 10)
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 29 94 TAMA
Hath ne’er shone dazzlingly upon 1 35 264 TAMA
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 41 94 TAMB
A spirit ne’er to be at rest. 1 44 246 TAMB
Now are visions ne’er to vanish — 1 72 20 SPIRD
’Twill ne’er again my bosom warm — 1 81 12.3B HAPP
A ne’er-to-be untangled mass. 1 183 8 IRENE1
She ne’er shall force an echo more, 1 188 58 IRENE2
God nerve the soul that ne’er forgets 1 403 2 PHYS
God shield the soul that ne’er forgets. [...) 1 403 6 PHYS
God guide the soul that ne’er forgets. E...3 1 403 8 PHYS
NE’ER-TO-BE ( 1 1)
A ne’er-to-be untangled mass. 1 183 8 IRENE1
NEITHER ( 8 7)
I’ll neither laugh with one or cry with t’other, 1 10 26 TEMP
I’ll neither laugh with one nor cry with t’other, 1 10 26C TEMP
Endued with neither soul, nor sense, nor art, 1 148 11 ELIZA
Was neither learned nor mirthful. 1 265 19 POLI
They are neither man nor woman — 1 437 86 BELLSEG
They are neither brute nor human, 1 437 87 BELLSEG
And neither the angels in Heaven above, 1 478 30 LEEA
And neither the angels in Heaven above 1 479 30 LEEE
NELUMBO ( 1 1)
And the Nelumbo bud that floats for ever 1 102 78 ALAAR
NEPENTHE ( 3 2)
Respite — respite and nepenthe 1 368 82 RAVEN
Quaff, oh quaff this kind nepenthe 1 368 83 RAVEN
Let me quaff this kind nepenthe 1 368 83ACE RAVEN
NERVE ( 1 1)
God nerve the soul that ne’er forgets 1 403 2 PHYS
NESACE ( 3 3)
’Twas a sweet time for Nesace — for there 1 100 16 ALAAR
Tho’ the beings whom thy Nesace, 1 103 102 ALAAR
And Nesace is in her halls again. 1 107 51 ALAAR
NESTLED ( 3 2)
Hath nestled in my very hair. 1 46 44 TAMF
Have nestled in my very hair. 1 55 40 TAMH
Hath nestled in my very hair. 1 55 40CE TAMH
NESTLING ( 3 2)
Shall find her own sweet name that, nestling, lies 1 389 3 VALA
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling lies 1 389 3 VALG
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling, lies 1 389 3DF VALG
NEVER ( 47 34)
Never his fairy wing o’er fairier world! 1 114 252 ALAAR
Of the truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11 BOWERS
Of truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11A BOWERS
(Never-contented things!) 1 141 44 FAIRY1
He never was known to lie — 1 151 3 LOCKE
O! no — 0! no — ours never loom 1 199 8 CITYA
“The day is past"; and never more 1 214 18.2A PARA
Which she must never more share in. 1 249 49.2Ax POLI
D’ye hear — a cross which never cost a zecchin 1 252 105 POLI
Never in woman’s breast enthroned sat 1 254 39 POLI
I never heard a better speech in my life. 1 254 52 POLI
Never! — oh never! — what would they say at the club? 1 255 70 POLI
In years, but grey in fame. I never saw him, 1 259 47A POLI
For he’s sure the Count Castiglione never 1 262 52 POLI
Surely I never heard — yet it were well 1 269 58 POLI
I surely never heard — yet it were well 1 269 58AB POLI
Surely I never heard — yet it had been well 1 269 58Ax POLI
In merry England — never so plaintively — 1 270 77 POLI
Paugh! this will never do! — why, bless me, Sir, 1 285 113 POLI
For vengeance or will never. So! the priest 1 287 55 POLI
For vengeance or will never. Behold the priest 1 287 55Ax POLI
Never seraph spread a pinion 1 315 7 HAUNT
Never seraph spread his pinion 1 315 7A HAUNT
(Ah, let us mourn! — for never morrow 1 316 35 HAUNT
(Ah, let us mourn! — for never sorrow 1 316 35FJ HAUNT
weep now or never more! 1 336 3 LENK
Never its mysteries are exposed 1 345 45 ROUTE
Never its mysterics are exposed 1 345 458 ROUTE
And never a flake 1 349 9 EULA
Come never again, 1 349 15 EULA
terrors never felt before; 1 365 14 RAVEN
Of ’Never — nevermore.’” 1 367 66 RAVEN
And the Raven, never flitting, 1 369 103 RAVEN
These cheeks where the worm never dies, 1 417 43 ULA
Now — now to sit, or never, 1 436 49 BELLSEG
They would not go — they never yet have gone. 1 446 52 TOHEL
And ah! let it never 1 457 45 ANNIE
But ah! let it never 1 457 45Z ANNIE
For man never slept 1 457 49 ANNIE
Forgetting, or never 1 458 55 ANNIE
For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams 1 478 34 LEEA
And the stars never rise, but I feel the bright eyes 1 478 36 LEEA
And the stars never rise, but I see the bright eyes 1 478 36EFH LEEA
For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams 1 479 34 LEEE
And the stars never rise but I see the bright eyes 1 479 36 LEEE
And the stars never rise but I feel the bright eyes 1 479 36A-DGJKL LEEE
NEVER-CONTENTED ( 1 1)
(Never-contented things!) 1 141 44 FAIRY1
NEVERMORE ( 18 12)
Weep now or nevermore! 1 335 11 LENA
Quoth the Raven “Nevermore.” 1 366 48 RAVEN
With such name as “Nevermore.” 1 367 54 RAVEN
Then the bird said “Nevermore.” 1 367 60 RAVEN
Quoth the raven “Nevermore.” 1 367 60ABC RAVEN
Of ’Never — nevermore.’” 1 367 66 RAVEN
That sad answer, “Nevermore!” 1 367 66ABC RAVEN
’Nevermore — ah, nevermore!’” 1 367 66DE RAVEN
Of “Nevermore” — of “Nevermore.” 1 367 66FHLPQ RAVEN
Meant in croaking “Nevermore.” 1 367 72 RAVEN
She shall press, ah, nevermore! 1 368 78 RAVEN
Quoth the Raven “Nevermore.” 1 368 84 RAVEN
Quoth the Raven “Nevermore.” 1 368 90 RAVEN
Quoth the Raven “Nevermore.” 1 368 96 RAVEN
Quoth the Raven “Nevermore.” 1 369 102 RAVEN
Shall be lifted — nevermore! 1 369 108 RAVEN
NEW ( 6 5)
Ambition lent it a new tone, 1 31 148 TAMA
Ambition lent it a new tone, 1 41 148 TAMB
Ambition lent it a new tone — 1 57 115 TAMH
That was new pleasure —— the ideal, 1 57 120 TAMH
With which all tongues are busy — a land new found — 1 274 66 POLI
of which all tongues are speaking — a land new found — 1 274 66A POLI
NEWLY ( 6 3)
Newly with grass o’ergrown; some solemn graces, 1 322 7 SILE
I have reached these lands but newly 1 344 5 ROUTE
I have reached my home but newly 1 344 20.5A ROUTE
I have journeyed home but newly 1 344 38.SA ROUTE
I have wandered home but newly 1 345 55 ROUTE
I have wander’d home but newly 1 345 55D ROUTE
NEWS ( 2 2)
DI BROGLIO. My son, I’ve news for thee! — hey? — 1 259 38 POLI
I’ve news for you both. Politian is expected 1 259 41 POLI
NEWT ( 1 1)
Where the toad and the newt encamp, — 1 344 28 ROUTE
NICEAN ( 2 1)
Like those Nicean barks of yore, 1 165 2 HELF
Like those Nicean barks of yore, 1 165 2A13.1 HELF
NICHE ( 5 2)
Seem’d earthly in the shadow of his niche — 1 106 34 ALAAR
Seemed earthly in the shadow of his niche — 1 106 348 ALAAR
Lo! in yon brilliant window-niche 1 166 11 HELF
Lol in that little window-niche 1 166 11AB HELF
Lol in that shadowy window-niche 1 166 11C HELF
NIGH ( 3 3)
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 38 375 TAMA
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 52 206 TAMF
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 60 200 TAMH
NIGHT ( 101 89)
Last night, with many cares and toils oppress’d, 1 6 1 POET
Complete at night what he began A.M. 1 11 53 TEMP
For, with the mountain dew by night, 1 28 46 TAMA
The sound of revelry by night 1 37 339 TAMA
Who in a dream of night would fly 1 38 374 TAMA
The sound of revelry to-night 1 44 339 TAMB
(Mid dreams of an unholy night) 1 46 46 TAMF
But when the night had thrown her pall 1 48 85 TAMF
Dim vanities of dreams by night, 1 49 144 TAMF
Who in a dream of night would fly, 1 52 205 TAMF
In a night — or in a day — 1 53 240 TAMF
(’Mid dreams of an unholy night) 1 SS 42 TAMH
(’Mid dreams of one unholy night) 1 SS 42E TAMH
Dim, vanities of dreams by night — 1 57 121 TAMH
Who, in a dream of night, would fly 1 60 199 TAMH
Came o’er me in the night and left behind 1 69 22 DREA
That dream was as that night wind — let it pass. 1 69 26 DREA
For the night, tho’ clear, shall frown: 1 71 11 SPIRA
The night — tho’ clear — shall frown — 1 72 11 SPIRD
And mid-time of night; 1 74 2 STAR
Thou bearest in Heav’n at night, 1 74 20 STAR
As dew of the night-time, o’er the summer grass? 1 77 16 STAN
In visions of the dark night 1 79 1 ADRE
What though that light, thro’ storm and night, 1 80 13 ADRE
What though that light, thro’ misty night, 1 80 13A ADRE
But when the night had thrown her pall 1 85 7 LAKEA
But when the Night had thrown her pall 1 85 7 LAKEF
She fears to perfume, perfuming the night: 1 102 67 ALAAR
Apart — like fire-flies in Sicilian night, 1 105 145 ALAAR
Up rose the maiden in the yellow night, 1 105 151 ALAAR
Of sunken suns at eve — at noon of night, 1 106 9 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel in a summer night: 1 107 40 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel near a summer night: 1 107 40CE ALAAR
To happy flowers that night — and tree to tree; 1 108 61 ALAAR
The dew of the night — 1 109 94 ALAAR
Incumbent on night 1 109 108 ALAAR
The night had found (to him a night of wo) 1 112 190 ALAAR
How drowsily it weigh’d them into night! 1 113 207 ALAAR
Dread star! that came, amid a night of mirth, 1 114 243 ALAAR
Dread star! that came, amid their night of mirth, 1 114 243A ALAAR
Gay fire-fly of the night we come and go, 1 114 248 ALAAR
The night that waned and waned and brought no day. 1 115 262 ALAAR
In a night — or in a day — 1 131 14 SHOULD
Every moment of the night — 1 140 7 FAIRY1
Ev’ry moment of the night — 1 140 7CF FAIRY1
An idle longing night and day 1 158 54 INTRO
All a long summer night — 1 159 3 MYST
The night and the wonders here? 1 162 40 FAIRY2
Every moment of the night — 1 162 47 FAIRY2
“To open thy window to the night, 1 184 32 IRENE1
To the night-winds as they pass, 1 184 54 IRENE1
This window open to the night? 1 187 19 IRENE2
This lattice open to the night? 1 187 19DEF IRENE2
There the moon doth shine by night 1 192 43 NISA
On the long night-time of that town, 1 199 21 CITYA
On the long night-time of that town; 1 201 13 CITYH
Therefore, to thee this night 1 207 37 PAEAN
Silence! and Desolation! and dim Night! 1 228 11 COLIS
Dew in the night time of my bitter trouble 1 261 32 POLI
Shall be attended to. Good night, Politian. 1 271 114 POLI
POLITIAN. Good night, my friend, good night. 1 271 115 POLI
Should shake the firm spirit thus. But the night wind 1 274 62 POLI
RUPERT. What ho! Benito! did you say to-night? 1 275 1 POLI
Is it to night — the wedding? 1 275 2 POLI
BENITO. To night I believe. 1 275 2 POLI
Silence and Desolation and dim Night 1 286 14 POLI
The bridegroom — gets this night hence! 1 287 59Ax POLI
Lo! ’tis a gala night 1 325 1 WORM
“Avaunt! — to-night 1 336 44 LENA
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
The stars of the night 1 349 7 EULA
Of all to whom thine absence is the night — 1 400 2 MLS
Of all to whom thy absence is the night — 1 400 2A MLS
In calm or storm, by night or day, 1 403 3 PHYS
It was night, in the lonesome October 1 416 4 ULA
And we marked not the night of the year — 1 416 24 ULA
(Ah, night of all nights in the year!) 1 416 25 ULA
And now, as the night was senescent, 1 416 30 ULA
With Hope and in Beauty to-night — 1 417 65 ULA
See! — it flickers up the sky through the night! 1 417 66 ULA
Since it flickers up to Heaven through the night.” 1 418 71 ULA
On this very night of last year, 1 418 86 ULA
On this night, of all nights in the year, 1 418 89 ULA
In the icy air of night! 1 435 5 BELLSEG
Through the balmy air of night 1 435 18 BELLSEG
In the startled ear of Night 1 436 39 BELLSEG
In the silence of the night 1 437 73 BELLSEG
Lighting my lonely pathway home that night, 1 446 53 TOHEL
In the sad, silent watches of my night; 1 446 63 TOHEL
In a night, or in a day, 1 451 7 TAKE
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
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 479 15 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud by night 1 479 25A-DGJKL LEEE
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
NIGHTLY ( 6 6)
Nightly their dews on my young head; 1 28 40 TAMA
Nightly their dews upon my head, 1 46 41 TAMF
Nightly their dews upon my head, 1 54 37 TAMH
Nightly, from their azure towers, 1 195 5 NISE
And all my nightly dreams 1 215 22 PARA
wandering from the Nightly shore — 1 366 46 RAVEN
NIGHT’S ( 2 2)
on the Night’s Plutonian shore!” 1 366 47 RAVEN
and the Night’s Plutonian shore! 1 369 98 RAVEN
NIGHTS ( 3 2)
And all my nights are dreams 1 215 22A PARA
(Ah, night of all nights in the year!) 1 416 25 ULA
On this night, of all nights in the year, 1 418 89 ULA
NIGHT-TIDE ( 2 2)
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEE
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
NIGHT-TIME ( 3 3)
As dew of the night-time, o’er the summer grass? 1 77 16 STAN
On the long night-time of that town, 1 199 21 CITYA
On the long night-time of that town; 1 201 13 CITYH
NIGHT-WINDS ( 1 1)
To the night-winds as they pass, 1 184 54 IRENE1
NINE ( 1 1)
now eight, nine, ten, 1 277 53 POLI
NIS ( 2 2)
It is called the valley Nis. 1 191 7 NISA
But “the valley Nis” at best 1 192 15 NISA
NO ( 186 168)
Of all the cities, and I’ve seen no few — 1 10 41 TEMP
I have no words, alas! to tell 1 29 88 TAMA
I saw no Heav’n, but in her eyes — 1 30 125 TAMA
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 31 133 TAMA
No need to quiet her kind fears — 1 31 134 TAMA
We still were young: no purer thought 1 31 151 TAMA
I had no being but in thee! 1 31 159 TAMA
I held no doubt — I knew no fear 1 34 241 TAMA
I had no other solace — then 1 36 288 TAMA
There are no words — unless of Heav’n. 1 37 326 TAMA
I reach’d my home — my home no more — 1 39 392 TAMA
And in such follies had no part, 1 39 404 TAMA
I have no words, alas! to tell 1 40 88 TAMB
There were no holier thoughts than thine. 1 41 150 TAMB
I had no being but in thee — 1 41 159 TAMB
I held no doubt, I knew no fear 1 43 241 TAMB
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 45 6 TAMF
And 0! I have no words to tell 1 48 102 TAMF
I saw no Heaven but in her eyes. 1 49 128 TAMF
There was no need to speak the rest, 1 49 135 TAMF
No need to quiet any fears 1 49 136 TAMF
Of hers — who ask’d no reason why, 1 49 137 TAMF
I had no being but in thee: 1 49 139 TAMF
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 51 194 TAMF
No mote may shun — no tiniest fly 1 53 233 TAMF
My early hopes? no — they 1 53 249 TAMF
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 54 6 TAMH
I have no words — alas! — to tell 1 56 75 TAMH
I saw no Heaven — but in her eyes. 1 57 101 TAMH
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 57 108 TAMH
No need to quiet any fears 1 57 109 TAMH
Of her — who ask’d no reason why, 1 57 110 TAMH
I had no being — but in thee: 1 57 116 TAMH
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 59 188 TAMH
I reach’d my home — my home no more — 1 60 213 TAMH
No mote may shun — no tiniest fly — 1 61 238 TAMH
No more — like dew-drop from the grass 1 72 21B SPIRD
No more — like dew-drop from the grass. 1 72 22 SPIRD
The unembodied essence, and no more 1 77 14 STAN
The birth-place of young Beauty had no more. 1 105 154 ALAAR
No magic shall sever 1 110 114 ALAAR
As the spell which no slumber 1 111 152 ALAAR
Beyond that death no immortality 1 111 170 ALAAR
But two: they fell: for Heaven no grace imparts 1 112 176 ALAAR
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 ALAAR
The night that waned and waned and brought no day. 1 115 262 ALAAR
They fell: for Heaven to them no hope imparts 1 115 263 ALAAR
I have no time for idle cares 1 128 14 ROMG
I had no time for idle cares, 1 128 14C ROMG
Yet I build no faith upon 1 130 3 SHOULD
My early hopes? no — they 1 131 23 SHOULD
So young? ah! no — not now — 1 131 27 SHOULD
Endure! — no — no — defy. 1 131 40 SHOULD
They use that moon no more 1 141 35 FAIRY1
I had no time for idle cares, 1 157 38 INTRO
No icy worms about her creep: 1 185 62 IRENE1
Oh, lady dear, hast thou no fear? 1 187 30 IRENE2
No wind in Heaven, and 10! the trees 1 193 33 NISB
No wind in Heaven, and clouds do fly, 1 193 36 NISB
Ah, by no wind are stirred those trees 1 195 14 NISE
Ah, by no wind those clouds are driven 1 196 17 NISE
O! no — 0! no — ours never loom 1 199 8 CITYA
Yet tho’ no holy rays come down 1 199 20 CITYA
No holy rays from heaven come down 1 199 20B CITYA
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 200 37 CITYA
No swellings hint that winds may be 1 200 39 CITYA
And when, amid no earthly moans, 1 200 53 CITYA
No rays from the holy heaven come down 1 201 12 CITYH
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36 CITYH
No murmuring ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36C CITYH
No swellings tell that winds may be 1 202 38 CITYH
No heavings hint that winds have been 1 202 40 CITYH
And when, amid no earthly moans, 1 202 50 CITYH
That the dead may feel no wrong. 1 206 20 PAEAN
I will no requiem raise, 1 207 38 PAEAN
No more — no more — no more — 1 214 16 PARA
And no storms were in the sky, 1 217 6A-D HYMN
No — there is none: 1 220 6 SONGA
Thus, while no single sound too rude, 1 223 22 SERE
Where comes no storm 1 224 12 SLEEP
Which brings no ill. 1 224 16 SLEEP
And love, no more than duty. 1 235 8 THOUJ
BENITO. I have no doubt, good Ugo, that you lied 1 248 15 POLI
BENITO. Now I’ve no faith in him, poor Lady Lalage! 1 249 34 POLI
The middle — the fore — no on the little finger 1 251 88 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
SAN OZZO. Well! well! no matter 1 254 32 POLI
This every-day occurrence. Marry her — no! 1 255 68 POLI
What would San Ozzo think? I have no right 1 255 71 POLI
No right at all to do it. Am I not bound too 1 255 75 POLI
UGO. No, Sir, you can’t have any. 1 256 95 POLI
No branch, they say, of all philosophy 1 259 54 POLI
“No lingering winters there, nor snow, nor shower — 1 260 7 POLI
(JACINTA returns no answer, 1 261 Id POLI
(still no answer.) 1 261 8d POLI
She has any more jewels — no — no she gave me all. 1 262 40 POLI
Can I do aught? — is there no farther aid 1 262 44 POLI
JACINTA. Is there no farther aid! 1 262 45 POLI
Thou hast no end to gain — no heart to break — 1 263 71 POLI
This sacred vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99 POLI
A vow — a vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99B POLI
A pious vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99C POLI
CASTIGLIONE. The Earl! oh, no! 1 266 44 POLI
And be no more Politlan, but some other. 1 268 13 POLI
Baldazzar, speak no more 1 268 27 POLI
There is no deed I would more glory in, 1 273 39 POLI
And Sorrow shall be no more, and Eros be all. 1 274 77 POLI
No more a mourner — but the radiant Joys 1 274 80 POLI
JACINTA. It is not late — o no! it is not late — 1 276 3 POLI
He thinks I’ll have him — but oh no! — I couldn’t. 1 277 46 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That knowing no cause of quarrel or of feud 1 279 11 POLI
No mortal eyes have seen! — what said the Count? 1 279 18 POLI
BALDAZZAR. No more, my Lord, than I have told you, sir: 1 280 28 POLI
Having no cause for quarrel. 1 280 30 POLI
Having given thee no offence. Ha! — am I right? 1 281 55 POLI
POLITIAN. Draw, villain, and prate no more! 1 281 57 POLI
Here is no let or hindrance to thy weapon — 1 282 81 POLI
And lose no time about it — be quick — get up! 1 284 106 POLI
No matter! — not ungraceful in a corpse. 1 285 125 POLI
No more — no more upon thy verdant slopes! 1 311 8 ZANTE
No more! alas, that magical sad sound 1 311 9 ZANTE
Transforming all! Thy charms shall please no more — 1 311 10 ZANTE
Thy memory no more! Accursed ground 1 311 11 ZANTE
Thy memory no more! Accursed ground 1 311 11A-F ZANTE
And laugh — but smile no more. 1 317 48 HAUNT
Render him terrorless: his name’s “No more.” 1 322 9 SILE
No power hath he of evil in himself; 1 322 11 SILE
No foot of man,) commend thyself to God! 1 322 15 SILE
Hast thou no tear? 1 335 10 LENA
Go up to God so mournfully that she may feel no wrong! 1 335 31 LENA
And, Guy De Vere, hest thou no tear? 1 336 3 LENK
No dirge will I upraise, 1 336 46 LENA
Let no bell toll! 1 336 49 LENA
Go up to God so solemnly the dead may feel no wrong! 1 337 14 LENK
no dirge will I upraise, 1 337 20C-GL LENK
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
no dirge will I upraise, 1 337 25 LENK
With forms that no man can discover 1 344 11 ROUTE
hesitating then no longer, 1 365 19 RAVEN
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal 1 365 26 RAVEN
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortals 1 365 26W RAVEN
and the stillness gave no token, 1 365 27 RAVEN
and the darkness gave no token, 1 365 27ABCEFH.ILNPU RAVEN
thou,” I said, “art sure no craven, 1 366 45 RAVEN
that no living human being 1 367 51 RAVEN
that no sublunary being 1 367 51ACE RAVEN
but no syllable expressing 1 367 73 RAVEN
Leave no black plume as a token 1 369 99 RAVEN
I’d strive for liberty no more, 1 384 3 KING
No subject vice dare interfere, 1 384 7 KING
The King — Jai King — can do no wrong. 1 384 12 KING
No billow breaking into foam 1 386 11 FSO
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 389 10 VALA
Ah, this you’d have no trouble in descrying 1 389 19 VALA
All this you’d have no trouble in descrying 1 389 19C VALA
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 390 10 VALG
in which “there are no natural feet"] 1 393 6 MODC
Where no wind dared to stir, unless on tiptoe — 1 445 10 TOHEL
No footstep stirred: the hated world all slept, 1 445 25 TOHEL
Were seen no more: the very roses’ odors 1 446 34 TOHEL
And no muscle I move 1 456 9 ANNIE
But no matter! — I feel 1 456 11 ANNIE
No spot of ground 1 463 11 ELDOR
And this maiden she lived with no other thought 1 477 5 LEEE
And this maiden she lived with no other thought 1 478 5 LEEE
NOBLE ( 5 4)
BENITO. Ah Noble lady! 1 249 49 POLI
And you most noble Duke! am glad to see you! 1 266 54 POLI
And let me make the noble Earl acquainted 1 266 57 POLI
For instance, and my present noble mistress 1 276 24 POLI
For example, and my present noble mistress 1 276 24Ax POLI
NOBLEMAN ( 1 1)
A very nobleman in heart and deed. 1 249 33 POLI
NOBLEST ( 1 1)
The noblest name in Allegory’s page, 1 221 1 ENIGMA
NOBLY ( 2 2)
Stands she not nobly & alone? 1 44 332 TAMB
Stands she not nobly and alone? 1 59 170 TAMH
NOD ( 4 3)
Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod 1 114 249 ALAAR
Romance, who loves to nod and sing 1 128 1 ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 128 1C ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 156 1 INTRO
NODDED ( 1 1)
While I nodded, nearly napping, 1 364 3 RAVEN
NODDING ( 3 2)
To the lone oak that nodding hangs, 1 183 20BC IRENE1
Nodding above the dim abyss. 1 183 21 IRENE1
Endymion nodding from above 1 222 9 SERE


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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)