Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (NODS through NOTES),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 371-380 (This material is protected by copyright)


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NODS ( 1 1)
The rosemary nods upon the grave; 1 187 9 IRENE2
NOISELESS ( 2 2)
A spectral figure, solemn, and slow, and noiseless — 1 273 55 POLI
Like the grim shadow Conscience, solemn and noiseless. 1 274 56 POLI
NONCHALANCE ( 1 1)
with an air of [nonchalance]. 1 276 19d POLI
NONE ( 15 15)
For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
To fantasies with — none. 1 48 112 TAMF
In a vision — or in none — 1 53 241 TAMF
To fantasies — with none. 1 56 85 TAMH
The cause — but none are near to pry 1 71 3 SPIRA
Let none of earth inherit 1 75 11 IMIT
In a vision — or in none — 1 131 15 SHOULD
None sing so wild — so well 1 173 3 ISRA
None sing so wildly well 1 175 3 ISRG
There is none but Epiphanes 1 220 5 SONGA
No — there is none: 1 220 6 SONGA
And drinks none but the very (hiccup!) best of wine. 1 250 69 POLI
In a vision, or in none, 1 452 8 TAKE
None so devotional as that of “Mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHB
None so devotional as that of “mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHC
NONSENSE ( 2 2)
UGO. Oh, nonsense, sweet Jacinta, let me look 1 252 122 POLI
Owl-downy nonsense that the faintest puff 1 425 7 DUNCE
NOOK ( 1 1)
In each nook most melancholy, — 1 344 32 ROUTE
NOON ( 11 11)
One noon of a bright summer’s day 1 35 283 TAMA
Shine on his path, in her high noon; 1 38 377 TAMA
With the noon-day beauty, which is all. 1 39 388 TAMA
Shed all the beauty of her noon, 1 52 208 TAMF
Shed all the splendor of her noon, 1 60 202 TAMH
With the noon-day beauty — which is all. 1 60 212 TAMH
Shone on my slumbers in her lofty noon 1 69 24 DREA
Of sunken suns at eve — at noon of night, 1 106 9 ALAAR
In her highest noon 1 173 7 ISRA
In her highest noon, 1 175 9 ISRG
At morn — at noon — at twilight dim — 1 217 1 HYMN
NOON-DAY ( 2 2)
With the noon-day beauty, which is all. 1 39 388 TAMA
With the noon-day beauty — which is all. 1 60 212 TAMH
NOONTIDE ( 1 1)
’Twas noontide of summer, 1 74 1 STAR
NOR ( 34 30)
I’ll neither laugh with one nor cry with t’other, 1 10 26C TEMP
Nor deal in flattery or aspersions foul, 1 10 27 TEMP
Nor am I mad, to deem that power 1 27 8 TAMA
Nor would I dare attempt to trace 1 29 90 TAMA
Ambition is chain’d down — nor fed 1 34 252 TAMA
Of long delight, nor yet had deem’d 1 36 294 TAMA
Nor would I now attempt to trace 1 40 90 TAMB
Nor love, Ada! tho’ it were thine. 1 48 95 TAMF
Nor would I now attempt to trace 1 56 77 TAMH
Nor Love — although the Love were thine. 1 86 17 LAKEF
Nor Love — altho’ the Love be thine: 1 86 17C LAKEF
I left her gorgeous halls — nor mourn’d to leave. 1 113 201 ALAAR
I left her gorgeous halls — nor mourun’d to leave. 1 113 201E ALAAR
Nor long the measure of my falling hours, 1 114 241 ALAAR
Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod 1 114 249 ALAAR
Nor Stoic? I am not: 1 131 35 SHOULD
Nor that the grass — 0! may it thrive! 1 137 17 TOMB
Endued with neither soul, nor sense, nor art, 1 148 11 ELIZA
Nor thrill to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59DE IRENE2
Nor with too calm an air. 1 206 32 PAEAN
And know him well — nor learned nor mirthful he. 1 259 62 POLI
“No lingering winters there, nor snow, nor shower — 1 260 7 POLI
Was neither learned nor mirthful. 1 265 19 POLI
Not being dead, nor yet to say deceased, 1 284 87 POLI
Nor yet defunct, but having unluckily 1 284 88 POLI
Nor would I rob one loyal thought, 1 382 3 VANE
Nor the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir. 1 416 29 ULA
They are neither man nor woman — 1 437 86 BELLSEG
They are neither brute nor human, 1 437 87 BELLSEG
Nor the demons down under the sea, 1 478 31 LEEA
Nor the demons down under the sea 1 479 31 LEEE
NORTHERN ( 3 3)
Do roll like gees in northern breeze 1 192 16 NISA
Do roll like seas, in Northern breeze, 1 193 34 NISB
The dying swan by northern lakes 1 225 1 FANNY
NOSE ( 1 1)
My nose is delicate, and to be plain 1 285 117 POLI
NOT ( 449 398)
Another proof of thought, I’m not mistaken — 1 12 86 TEMP
But Octavia, do not strive to rob 1 17 6 OCT
But ’twas not with the drunken hope, 1 26 2 TAMA
Such father is not my theme — 1 27 7 TAMA
I would not call thee fool, old man, 1 27 11 TAMA
But hope is not a gift of thine; 1 27 12 TAMA
I had not thought, until this hour 1 27 17 TAMA
Of any, were it not the shade 1 27 19 TAMA
Not Hell shall make me fear again. 1 27 29 TAMA
I have not always been as now — 1 27 30 TAMA
For I was not as I had been; 1 29 75 TAMA
Leaves not its memory behind. 1 29 93 TAMA
’Tis not to thee that I should name — 1 30 102 TAMA
Thou can’st not — would’st not dare to think 1 30 103 TAMA
Tho’ then its passion could not be: 1 30 111 TAMA
She did not ask the reason why. 1 31 135 TAMA
To mind — not flow’rs alone — but more 1 31 142 TAMA
It is not surely sin to name, 1 31 157 TAMA
Which I felt not — its bodied forms 1 32 164 TAMA
Its fiery passion? — ye have not — 1 33 204 TAMA
That kindling thought — did not the beam 1 33 210 TAMA
My mind, it had not known before — 1 34 235 TAMA
In their own sphere — will not believe 1 35 260 TAMA
I knew not woman’s heart, alas! 1 36 297 TAMA
Not within himself but gives 1 36 308 TAMA
O God! when the thoughts that may not pass 1 37 323 TAMA
Is she not queen of earth? her pride 1 37 328 TAMA
Stands she not proudly and alone? 1 37 332 TAMA
As if ’twere not the dying hour 1 37 342 TAMA
(It boots me not, good friar, to tell 1 38 349 TAMA
I dwelt not long in Samarcand 1 38 359 TAMA
In childhood but he knew me not. 1 39 398 TAMA
For I was not as I had been — 1 40 75 TAMB
Leaves not its memory behind. 1 41 93 TAMB
It is not surely sin to name 1 41 157 TAMB
The fiery passion? ye have not — 1 42 204 TAMB
(That kindling thought) — did not the beam 1 42 210 TAMB
My mind it had not known before — 1 43 235 TAMB
Not so in deserts where the grand 1 44 254 TAMB
Is she not queen of earth? her pride 1 44 328 TAMB
Stands she not nobly & alone? 1 44 332 TAMB
Such, father, is not (now) my theme: 1 45 2 TAMF
I will not madly think that power 1 45 3 TAMF
I would not call thee fool, old man, 1 45 11 TAMF
But such is not a gift of thine. 1 45 12 TAMF
Not Hell shall make me fear again) 1 45 20 TAMF
As if ’twere not their parting hour 1 45 342 TAMB
I have not always been as now: 1 46 31 TAMF
Hath not the same heirdom given 1 46 34 TAMF
The which I could not love the less, 1 47 81 TAMF
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 48 91 TAMF
A feeling not the jewell’d mine 1 48 93 TAMF
I will not now attempt to trace 1 48 104 TAMF
Was she not worthy of all love? 1 48 113 TAMF
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 50 169 TAMF
Not so in deserts where the grand, 1 50 174 TAMF
Such, father, is not (now) my theme — 1 53 2 TAMH
I will not madly deem that power 1 53 3 TAMH
Why in the battle did not I? 1 53 252 TAMF
I would not call thee fool, old man, 1 54 11 TAMH
But such is not a gift of thine. 1 54 12 TAMH
Not Hell shall make me fear again — 1 54 20 TAMH
I have not always been as now: 1 54 27 TAMH
Hath not the same fierce heirdom given 1 54 30 TAMH
The passion, father? You have not: 1 57 129 TAMH
My own had past, did not the beam 1 58 135 TAMH
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 58 157 TAMH
Not so in deserts where the grand — 1 58 162 TAMH
Is she not queen of Earth? her pride 1 59 166 TAMH
Stands she not nobly and alone? 1 59 170 TAMH
My spirit not awak’ning till the beam 1 68 2 DREA
From my remembrance shall not pass — some power 1 69 20 DREA
From my remembering shall not pass — some power 1 69 208 DREA
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 71 6 SPIRA
And the stars shall look not down 1 71 12 SPIRA
— But its thought thou can’st not banish. 1 71 22 SPIRA
Not one, of all the crowd, to pry 1 72 3 SPIRD
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 72 6 SPIRD
And the stars shall look not down, 1 72 12 SPIRD
Now are thoughts thou shalt not banish — 1 72 19 SPIRD
Now are thoughts thou can’st not banish — 1 72 19B SPIRD
Which my spirit hath not seen. 1 75 8 IMIT
I care not tho’ it perish 1 75 19 IMIT
And yet that spirit knew not — in the hour 1 77 7 STAN
And yet it need not be — (that object) hid 1 78 20 STAN
Tho’ not with Faith — with godliness — whose throne 1 78 30 STAN
Ah! what is not a dream by day 1 79 S ADRE
And what is not a dream by day 1 79 SAB ADRE
I would not live again: 1 82 20 HAPP
The which I could not love the less; 1 84 3 LAKEA
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 85 13 LAKEA
Yet that terror was not fright, 1 86 13 LAKEF
A feeling not the jewelled mine 1 86 15 LAKEF
A feeling not the jewell’d mine 1 86 15CE LAKEF
Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering 1 91 6 SCI
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
Hast thou not spoilt a story in each star? 1 91 11F SCI
Hast thou not torn the Naiad from her flood, 1 91 12 SCI
Seen but in beauty — not impeding sight 1 100 38 ALAAR
With speed that may not tire 1 103 96 ALAAR
And with pain that shall not part — 1 103 97 ALAAR
She stirr’d not — breath’d not — for a voice was there 1 104 122 ALAAR
But ah! not so when, thus, in realms on high 1 104 130 ALAAR
But ah! not so when in the realms on high 1 104 130B ALAAR
Her way — but left not yet her Therasaean reign. 1 105 158 ALAAR
Is not its form — its voice — most palpable and loud? 1 107 47 ALAAR
But sleep that pondereth and is not “to be” — 1 111 171 ALAAR
Heard not the stirring summons of that hymn? 1 112 175 ALAAR
To those who hear not for their beating hearts. 1 112 177 ALAAR
She seem’d not thus upon that autumn eve 1 113 200 ALAAR
And fell — not swiftly as I rose before, 1 114 238 ALAAR
“We came — and to thy Earth — but not to us 1 114 245 ALAAR
“We came — my Angelo — but not to us 1 114 245A ALAAR
Who hear not for the beating of their hearts. 1 115 264 ALAAR
Did it not tremble with the strings. 1 128 21A ROMG
I look not up afar 1 130 5 SHOULD
Whom my spirit had not seen 1 130 10 SHOULD
Why in the battle did not I? 1 131 26D SHOULD
So young? ah! no — not now — 1 131 27 SHOULD
Thou Nast not seen my brow, 1 131 28 SHOULD
Nor Stoic? I am not: 1 131 35 SHOULD
O! I care not that my earthly lot 1 136 1 TOMB
I heed not that the desolate 1 136 s TOMB
It is not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9 TOMB
I heed not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9A TOMB
I heed not that my earthly lot 1 137 1 TOMD
I mourn not that the desolate 1 137 5 TOMD
’Tim not that the flowers of twenty springs 1 137 13 TOMB
From childhood’s hour I have not been 1 146 1 ALONE
As others were — I have not seen 1 146 2 ALONE
As others saw — I could not bring 1 146 3 ALONE
From the same source I have not taken 1 146 5 ALONE
My sorrow — I could not awaken 1 146 6 ALONE
“Love not” — thou sayest it in so sweet a way: 1 149 2 ACROS
I could not love except where Death 1 157 31 INTRO
Why not an imp the greybeard hath, 1 158 63 INTRO
Thy world has not the dross of ours, 1 160 9 MYST
Sorrow is not melancholy 1 160 29 MYST
Did you not say so, Isabel? 1 162 25 FAIRY2
Isabel! do you not fear 1 162 39 FAIRY2
Thou art not, therefore, wrong 1 174 24 ISRA
He would not sing one half as well — 1 175 41 ISRA
Therefore, thou art not wrong, 1 176 29 ISRG
Thou art not, therefore, wrong, 1 176 29CDE ISRG
He might not sing so wildly well 1 177 48 ISRG
He might not sing one half so well 1 177 48C ISRG
And would not for the world awake: 1 183 15 IRENE1
And would not, for the world, awake. 1 187 15 IRENE2
All things lovely — are not they 1 191 5 NISA
Shall not be interpreted. 1 192 10 NISA
Where the people did not dwell, 1 192 18 NISA
Where the people did not dwell; 1 195 2 NISE
Are — not like any thing of ours — 1 199 7 CITYA
Time-eaten towers that tremble not! 1 199 10 CITYA
A heaven that God doth not contemn 1 199 14 CITYA
But not the riches there that lie 1 200 33 CITYA
Not the gaily-jewell’d dead 1 200 35 CITYA
(Time-eaten towers that tremble not!) 1 201 7 CITYH
But not the riches there that lie 1 202 32 CITYH
Not the gaily-jewelled dead 1 202 34 CITYH
Not the gayly-jewell’d dead 1 202 340 CITYH
On oceans not so sad-serene. 1 202 41C CITYH
That I should not sing at all — 1 206 16 PAEAN
But thou did’st not die too fair: 1 206 30A PAEAN
But she did not die too soon, 1 206 31 PAEAN
Thou did’st not die too soon, 1 206 31A PAEAN
But the dream — it could not last! 1 214 7A-G PARA
And not a cloud obscured the sky, 1 217 6 HYMN
I would not break so calm a sleep, 1 224 2 SLEEP
We would not deem thee child of earth, 1 224 9 SLEEP
“Not all” — the Echoes answer me — “not all! 1 229 33 COLIS
“We are not impotent — we pallid stones. 1 229 39 COLIS
“We are not desolate — we pallid stones. 1 229 39A-D COLIS
“Not all our power is gone — not all our fame — 1 229 40 COLIS
“Not all the magic of our high renown — 1 229 41 COLIS
“Not all the wonder that encircles us — 1 229 42 COLIS
“Not all the mysteries that in us lie — 1 229 43 COLIS
“Not all the memories that hang upon 1 229 44 COLIS
From its present pathway part not — 1 235 2 THOUA
From its present pathway part not! 1 235 2 THOUF
From its present pathway part not. 1 235 2 THOUJ
And nothing which thou art not: 1 235 4 THOUA
Be nothing which thou art not. 1 235 4 THOUF
Be nothing which thou art not. 1 235 4 THOUJ
Not even one lonely rose) — 1 237 4 TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 4A TOF
Not even one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4B TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4C TOF
UGO. Sirrah! I said not so, or else I (hiccup) lied. 1 248 14 POLI
Is’t not a pity in so young a man 1 249 24 POLI
I had not look’d to see — he is sadly altered! 1 249 26 POLI
UGO. He is drunk, Benito, — did you not say so, Rupert? 1 249 27 POLI
I think so too. He was, not long ago, 1 249 31 POLI
Tomorrow week are they not? 1 250 56 POLI
UGO. This wine’s not bad! gentlemen why d’ye blame 1 250 62 POLI
You do not mean to say the count my master 1 251 84 POLI
O you vile wretch! I’ll (hiccup!) not have you Jacinto! 1 251 90 POLI
Will you not see the jewels — look you here! 1 251 95 POLI
Dolt I’m not sure you see — or if you see 1 251 102 POLI
You do not see it all. Heaven grant me patience! 1 252 108 POLI
You do not see it all you do not see 1 252 109 POLI
You do not see, I say, that my mistress Lalage 1 252 112 POLI
You do not see, I say, that the lady Lalage 1 252 112Ax POLI
Not you! — ha! ha! ha! ha! — I’ll die, I’ll die! 1 253 7 POLI
I’ve the headach, and besides I am not well 1 253 21 POLI
SAN OZZO. Not for eleven months. 1 253 23 POLI
I have not seen her for eleven months. 1 254 27 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Not I, San Ozzo! 1 254 31 POLI
I do not understand. 1 254 32 POLI
Of my black perfidy? Oh that I were not 1 254 48 POLI
No right at all to do it. Am I not bound too 1 255 75 POLI
I can not pawn my honor! and Lalage 1 255 78 POLI
Is lowly born — I can not pawn my honor. 1 255 79 POLI
To his reverence — did you not say his reverence? 1 256 93 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. How, Sir! — not have it? — 1 256 96 POLI
UGO. Not a drop, Sir, — not a drop. 1 256 97 POLI
You’re not to have the wine, only your choice. 1 256 99 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Sad! — not I. 1 257 1 POLI
Oh! I am very happy! — sad? — not I 1 257 2.1A POLI
I was not conscious of it. It is a fashion, 1 257 8 POLI
ALESSANDRA. Thou didst. Thou art not well. 1 257 11 POLI
not even deep sorrow — 1 258 17 POLI
Sir Count! what art thou dreaming? he’s not well! 1 258 33 POLI
I crave thy pardon — indeed I am not well — 1 258 35 POLI
I crave your pardon — indeed I am not well — 1 258 35Ax POLI
In years, but grey in fame. I have not seen him, 1 259 47 POLI
In years, but grey in reputation. I have not seen him, 1 259 47Ax POLI
Gay, volatile and giddy — is he not? 1 259 52 POLI
So deep abstruse he has not mastered it. 1 259 55 POLI
LALAGE. I did not know, Jacinta, you were in waiting. 1 260 2 POLI
Sit down! — let not my presence trouble you — 1 260 3 POLI
“Bore a bright golden flower, but not i’ this soil!” 1 260 6 POLI
“I think not so — her infelicity 1 261 18 POLI
Thou past not spoken lately of thy wedding. 1 262 42 POLI
That’s meant for me. I’m sure, Madam, you need not 1 262 46 POLI
I thought not of the jewels. 1 262 49 POLI
JACINTH. Oh! perhaps not! 1 262 49 POLI
In earlier days — a friend will not deceive thee. 1 262 60 POLI
A tale — a pretty tale — and heed thou not 1 262 62 POLI
thou liest not! 1 263 70 POLI
And penitence? Didst thou not speak of faith 1 263 91 POLI
I hardly know myself. Stay! was it not 1 264 2 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
Not that! Not that! — I tell thee, holy man, 1 264 100 POLI
Thine eyes are wild — tempt not the wrath divine! 1 264 109 POLI
Pause ere too late! — oh be not — be not rash! 1 264 110 POLI
Swear not the oath — oh swear it not! 1 264 111 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Was it not so? 1 265 13 POLI
You were wrong — it being not the character 1 265 21 POLI
A most hilarious man. Be not, my son, 1 265 23 POLI
Most singular! I could not think it possible 1 265 25 POLI
DUKE. Did I not tell you? 1 266 39 POLI
Be not too positive. Whom have we here? 1 266 43 POLI
’Tis not the Earl — but yet it is — and leaning 1 266 45 POLI
Thou must not — nay indeed, indeed, thou shalt not 1 267 2 POLI
POLITIAN. Not so, Baldazzar! 1 267 s POLI
Your son made mention of — (your son is he not?) 1 267 60 POLI
Touching those letters, Sir, I wot not of them. 1 267 61 POLI
BALDAZZAR. I heard it not. 1 268 18 POLI
I heard not any voice except thine own, 1 268 19 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Give not thy soul to dreams: 1 268 21 POLI
And her the trumpet-tongued thou wilt not hear 1 268 23 POLI
Didst thou not hear it then? 1 268 26 POLI
BALDAZZAR. I heard it not. 1 268 26 POLI
POLITIAN. Thou heardst it not! — 1 268 27 POLI
And now are friends — yet shall not be so long — 1 268 33 POLI
I will not understand. 1 269 39 POLI
Sitteth in Heaven. — Hist! hist! thou canst not say 1 269 50 POLI
Thou hearest not now, Baldazzar? 1 269 51 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Indeed I hear not. 1 269 51 POLI
POLITIAN. Not hear it! — listen now — listen! — 1 269 52 POLI
Be still! — the voice, if I mistake not greatly, 1 269 61 POLI
Does it not? unto this palace of the Duke. 1 270 64 POLI
That all is still? Alas, all is not still! 1 270 81Ax POLI
POLITIAN. All is not still. 1 270 86 POLI
Still will I not descend. Baldazzar, make 1 271 111 POLI
I go not down tonight. 1 271 113 POLI
POLITIAN. Weep not! oh, sob not thus! — 1 272 5 POLI
Will madden me. Oh mourn not, Lalage — 1 272 6 POLI
Not mother, with her first born on her knee, 1 272 16 POLI
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
POLITIAN. Speak not to me of glory! 1 273 30 POLI
POLITIAN. Speak not — speak not of glory! 1 273 30AB POLI
Art thou not Lalage and I Politian? 1 273 33 POLI
Do I not love — art thou not beautiful — 1 273 34 POLI
What need we more? Ha! glory! — now speak not of it! 1 273 35 POLI
Why dost thou turn so pale? Not Conscience’ self, 1 274 60 POLI
Why dost thou tremble thus? Not Conscience’ self, 1 274 60Ax POLI
Thou art not gone — thou art not gone, Politian! 1 275 91 POLI
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
Lest I behold thee not; thou couldst not go 1 275 93 POLI
To say thou art not gone, — ono little sentence, 1 275 96 POLI
My womanly weakness. Ha! ha! thou art not gone — 1 275 98 POLI
O speak to me! I limy thou wouldst not go! 1 275 99 POLI
I knew thou wouldst not, couldst not, durst not go. 1 275 100 POLI
Villain, thou art not gone — thou mockest me! 1 275 101 POLI
JACINTH. It is not late — o no! it is not late — 1 276 3 POLI
The day is not half done, — stay I can tell 1 276 7 POLI
I will not walk myself to death at all — 1 276 13 POLI
The impudent varlet not to answer me! 1 276 16 POLI
The wretch not even to deign to condescend 1 276 17 POLI
About her — not a tittle! One would have thought 1 277 30 POLI
And she had not common sense — of that I’m sure 1 277 34 POLI
Do you, or do you not suppose your mistress 1 277 36 POLI
Or he would not be in a hurry — he would have stopped — 1 277 39 POLI
If he had not been a fool he would have stopped — 1 277 40 POLI
And then if he’s not gone in half a moment 1 278 80 POLI
And much I fear me ill — it will not do 1 279 2 POLI
O pity me! let me not perish now, 1 279 6 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That he, Castiglione, not being aware 1 279 19 POLI
The Count Castiglione will not fight, 1 280 29 POLI
And I have not forgotten it — thou’lt do me 1 280 32 POLI
I know what thou wouldst say — send not the message — 1 280 39 POLI
Well! — I will think of it — I will not send it. 1 280 40 POLI
Do we not? — at the Vatican. 1 280 44 POLI
Dost thou not? that I am here. 1 280 47 POLI
Avaunt — I will not fight thee — indeed I dare not. 1 281 63 POLI
Avaunt — I will not fight thee — I dare not — dare not. 1 281 63B POLI
POLITIAN. Thou wilt not fight with me 1 281 64 POLI
Exceeding well! — thou darest not fight with me? 1 281 65.1B POLI
Didst say thou darest not? Ha! 1 281 66 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. I dare not — dare not — 1 281 66 POLI
So fresh upon thy lips I will not fight thee — 1 281 68 POLI
I cannot — dare not. 1 281 69 POLI
Thou darest not! 1 281 70.1B POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! — coward! — this may not be! 1 281 71 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. It needeth not be — thus — thus — 1 282 76 POLI
For in the fight I will not raise a hand 1 282 79 POLI
Strike home. I will not fight thee. 1 282 82 POLI
Am I not — am I not sorely — grievously tempted 1 282 83 POLI
Think not to fly me thus. Do thou prepare 1 282 85 POLI
Dost hear? with cowardice — thou wilt not fight me? 1 282 91 POLI
In the first place, Sir, I did not hear a word 1 283 56 POLI
Have seized on human brains, still not believing 1 283 62 POLI
I wish to see the Count — he’ll not admit me — 1 283 64 POLI
UGO. Not, Sir, exactly 1 283 74 POLI
Deceased is not the word. What say you, Ugo? 1 284 79 POLI
Deceased is not the proper word to express 1 284 80 POLI
Not being dead, nor yet to say deceased, 1 284 87 POLI
I will inform the Count — but not so fast — 1 284 93 POLI
I’m wrong — I must not do it — it were against 1 284 94 POLI
One of the last importance. Do you not think 1 284 97 POLI
Do you not think it were more fitting, Sir, 1 284 99 POLI
’Tis the better plan, is it not? 1 284 104 POLI
Could you not, think you, by a desperate effort, 1 285 111 POLI
Perhaps you’re not aware that — that — in short 1 285 114 POLI
Indeed I cannot will not answer for 1 285 119 POLI
No matter! — not ungraceful in a corpse. 1 285 125 POLI
She comes not, and the spirit of the place 1 286 11 POLI
She comes not and the moon is high in Heaven! 1 286 21 POLI
Not all the echoes answer me — not all: 1 287 40 POLI
We are not desolate we pallid stones, 1 287 46 POLI
Not all our power is gone — not all our Fame 1 287 47 POLI
Not all the magic of our high renown 1 287 48 POLI
Not all the wonder that encircles us 1 287 49 POLI
Not all the mysteries that in us lie 1 287 50 POLI
Not all the memories that hang upon 1 287 51 POLI
Not where I should be? — By the God of Heaven 1 287 60 POLI
If I am not happy now! 1 308 24 BRIDA
For I dream — I know not how! 1 308 38 BRIDA
May not be happy now! 1 308 42 BRIDA
For I dream I know not how, 1 309 29 BRIDF
May not be happy now. 1 309 33 BRIDF
He is the corporate Silence: dread him not! 1 322 10 SILE
It shall not be forgot! 1 325 18 WORM
By a crowd that seize it not, 1 325 20 WORM
But rave not thus! 1 335 29 LENA
Peccavimus: — yet rave not thus! 1 337 13 LENK
Peccavimus: — but rave not thus! 1 337 130-GL LENK
The life upon her yellow hair, but not within her eyes — 1 337 18 LENK
The life upon her yellow hair, but not upon her eyes — 1 337 18C LENK
May not — dare not openly view it; 1 345 44 ROUTE
Not the least obeisance made he; 1 366 39 RAVEN
not a minute stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39 RAVEN
not an instant stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39ABCEFHJLNPQU RAVEN
not a moment stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39M RAVEN
not a feather then he fluttered — 1 367 57 RAVEN
I would not lord it o’er thy heart, 1 382 1 VANE
Yet may we not, my gentle friend 1 382 7 VANE
The words — the letters themselves. Do not forget 1 389 8 VALA
The words — the syllables! Do not forget 1 389 8 VALG
The words — the letters themselves! Do not forget 1 389 8F VALG
Which one might not undo without a sabre 1 389 11 VALA
Were you not something, of a dunce, my dear — 1 389 20 VALA
Were you not something of a dunce, my dear: — 1 389 20BC VALA
Which one might not undo without a sabre, 1 390 11 VALG
Which one might not undo without a sabre 1 390 11D VALG
You will not read the riddle, 1 390 20 VALG
Though I turn, I fly not — 1 398 1 LOU
I would try, but try not 1 399 3 LOU
Not long ago, the writer of these lines, 1 406 1 MARA
Not long ago, the writer of these lines, 1 407 1 MARB
Alas! I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling — 1 407 25 MARA
Alas, I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling, 1 408 20 MARB
For we knew not the month was October, 1 416 23 ULA
And we marked not the night of the year — 1 416 24 ULA
We noted not the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 26 ULA
We remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28 ULA
Remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28CG ULA
Remember’d not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28F ULA
She has seen that the tears are not dry on 1 417 42 ULA
Ah, hasten! — ah, let us not linger! 1 417 54 ULA
Oh, hasten! — oh, let us not linger! 1 417 54A-DFG ULA
I must not say how many — but not many. 1 445 2 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, that, on this July midnight — 1 445 21 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose name is also Sorrow,) 1 445 22 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose earthly name is Sorrow,) 1 445 22A TOHEL
They would not go — they never yet have gone. 1 446 52 TOHEL
They have not left me (as my hopes have) since. 1 446 54 TOHEL
You are not wrong, who deem 1 451 4 TAKE
You are not wrong, to deem 1 451 4C TAKE
O God! can I not grasp 1 452 19 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not grasp 1 452 19A TAKE
O God! can I not save 1 452 21 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not save 1 452 21A TAKE
From a cavern not very far 1 457 43 ANNIE
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 478 21 LEEA
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 479 21 LEEE
NOTABLE ( 2 1)
John Locke was a notable name; 1 151 5 LOCKE
John Locke is a notable name; 1 151 5B LOCKE
NOTE ( 8 6)
The most sad and solemn note — 1 160 21 MYST
And a stormier note than this would swell 1 175 43 ISRA
And a loftier note than this would swell 1 175 43B ISRA
While a bolder note than this might swell 1 177 50 ISRG
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
Take a bank note and fold it up, 1 378 3 WALL
NOTED ( 1 1)
We noted not the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 26 ULA
NOTES ( 4 4)
By notes so very shrilly blown, 1 158 59 INTRO
How I shudder at the notes 1 434 15 BELLSB
How I shudder at the notes 1 435 15 BELLSC
From the molten-golden notes 1 435 20 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)