Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (THYSELF through TITTLE),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 582-586 (This material is protected by copyright)


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TEXT   V     PAGE    LINE       POEM
 
THYSELF ( 3 3)
Give way unto these humours. Be thyself! 1 267 3 POLI
Thou dost forget thyself, remembering me! 1 272 23 POLI
No foot of man,) commend thyself to God! 1 322 15 SILE
TIDE ( 7 7)
A dark unfathom’d tide 1 75 1 IMIT
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 200 48 CITYA
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 202 45 CITYH
And my soul was a stagnant tide 1 349 3 EULA
Beneath the palpitating tide of passion 1 407 20 MARA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
TIES ( 2 2)
By the most sacred ties of honor bound 1 255 76 POLI
A bond where all the dearest ties 1 382 11 VANE
TIGHTER ( 1 1)
Them with a tighter clasp? 1 452 20 TAKE
TILL ( 27 23)
To weep, as he did, till his eyes were sore, 1 9 14 TEMP
With steadfast eye, till ye have felt 1 29 96 TAMA
With steadfast eye, till ye had felt 1 41 96 TAMB
With loitering eye till I have felt 1 48 110 TAMF
Till growing bold, he laugh’d and leapt 1 53 237 TAMF
With loitering eye, till I have felt 1 56 83 TAMH
Till growing bold, he laughed and leapt 1 61 242 TAMH
My spirit not awak’ning till the beam 1 68 2 DREA
To be drudges till the last — 1 103 93 ALAAR
Till secrecy shall knowledge be 1 104 116 ALAAR
Till they glance thro’ the shade, and 1 108 76 ALAAR
And sleep to dream till day 1 133 10 BOWERS
Till thoughts and locks are left, alas! 1 183 7 IRENE1
Uneasily, from morn till even, 1 196 19 NISE
Unceasingly, from morn till even, 1 196 19CD NISE
Till the fair and gentle Eulalie 1 349 4 EULA
Till the yellow-haired young Eulalie 1 349 5 EULA
Till I scarcely more than muttered 1 367 58 RAVEN
till his songs one burden bore — 1 367 64 RAVEN
till his song one burden bore — 1 367 64H RAVEN
Till the dirges of his Hope 1 367 65 RAVEN
Till the blow is over 1 399 14 LOU
Wings till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 57 ULA
Plumes till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 57C ULA
Plumes till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 59 ULA
Wings till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 59C ULA
Till they sorrowfully trailed in the dust. 1 417 60 ULA
TILLER ( 1 1)
The humble tiller of some humble field 1 254 50 POLI
TIME ( 79 70)
Ev’n such as from th’ accursed time 1 31 145 TAMA
Which knows (believe me at this time, 1 32 189 TAMA
(For short the time my high hope lent 1 35 269 TAMA
In that time of dreariness will seem 1 39 379 TAMA
Such as I taught her from the time 1 41 145 TAMB
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 45 6 TAMF
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 45 23 TAMF
In that time of dreariness will seem 1 52 210 TAMF
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 54 6 TAMH
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 54 23 TAMH
In that time of dreariness, will seem 1 60 204 TAMH
And mid-time of night; 1 74 2 STAR
And that light time have past, 1 75 16 IMIT
As dew of the night-time, o’er the summer grass? 1 77 16 STAN
Science! true daughter of Old Time thou art! 1 91 1 SCI
Science! meet daughter of Old Time thou art! 1 91 1A-E SCI
’Twas a sweet time for Nesace — for there 1 100 16 ALAAR
To distant spheres, from time to time, she rode, 1 100 24 ALAAR
What time the moon is quadrated in Heaven — 1 105 6 ALAAR
The sands of Time grow dimmer as they run, 1 105 140 ALAAR
And when old Time my wing did disenthral 1 113 218 ALAAR
What time upon her airy bounds I hung 1 113 221 ALAAR
But, Angelo, than thine grey Time unfurl’d 1 114 251 ALAAR
But, truly, Angelo, grey Time unfurl’d 1 114 251A ALAAR
I have no time for idle cares 1 128 14 ROMG
I hardly have had time for cares 1 128 14ABJ ROMG
I had no time for idle cares, 1 128 14C ROMG
I scarcely have had time for cares 1 128 14D ROMG
That little time with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18 ROMG
Or Hymen, Time, and Destiny 1 157 33 INTRO
I had no time for idle cares, 1 157 38 INTRO
Thereabout which Time hath said 1 192 9 NISA
Time-eaten towers that tremble not! 1 199 10 CITYA
On the long night-time of that town, 1 199 21 CITYA
Shall give his undivided time. 1 200 58 CITYA
(Time-eaten towers that tremble not!) 1 201 7 CITYH
On the long night-time of that town; 1 201 13 CITYH
Alas! for that accursed time 1 215 20.1B PARA
So sweet the hour — so calm the time, 1 222 1 SERE
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 228 2 COLIS
And all his numerous vices from the time 1 249 41 POLI
Di Broglio’s haughty and time-honoured line! 1 255 74 POLI
JACINTA ’Tis time. 1 260 4 POLI
JACINTA It’s time. 1 260 4A POLI
Dew in the night time of my bitter trouble 1 261 32 POLI
DUKE. That did you, Sir, and well I knew at the time 1 265 20 POLI
So little time could so much alter one! 1 265 26 POLI
With your betrothed. You come, Sir, at a time 1 266 58 POLI
The sands of Time are changed to golden grains, 1 269 41 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Let us descend! — ’tis time. Politian, give 1 271 95 POLI
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
There’s time enough to spare — now let me see! 1 276 5 POLI
This time and dark — one, two, three, four, five, six! 1 276 9 POLI
I won’t — I’ll take my time. 1 276 14 POLI
It’s as well now as any other time — 1 278 84 POLI
And lose no time about it — be quick — get up! 1 284 106 POLI
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 286 3 POLI
Time long ago) 1 316 12 HAUNT
Of the old-time entombed. 1 316 40 HAUNT
Of the old time entombed. 1 316 40DJKM0 HAUNT
Of the old time entomb’d. 1 316 40EFGL HAUNT
Out of Space — out of Time. 1 344 8 ROUTE
From crag to crag down the precipitous Time, 1 377 2 LINES
And every time that you fold it across, 1 378 7 WALL
Upon the rock-girt shore of Time. 1 386 12 FSO
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
What care I how time advances? 1 450 7 ALE
TIME-EATEN ( 2 2)
Time-eaten towers that tremble not! 1 199 10 CITYA
(Time-eaten towers that tremble not!) 1 201 7 CITYH
TIME-HONOURED ( 1 1)
Di Broglio’s haughty and time-honoured line! 1 255 74 POLI
TIME’S ( 1 1)
To break upon Time’s monotone, 1 158 60 INTRO
TIMES ( 4 4)
Oh Times! Oh Manners! It is my opinion 1 9 1 TEMP
And as for times, although ’tis said by many 1 9 5 TEMP
The “good old times” were far the worst of any, 1 9 6 TEMP
Do err at times. 1 281 57 POLI
TIMID ( 2 2)
At least by sight, for I’m a timid man 1 11 61 TEMP
A red Daedalion on the timid Earth. 1 114 244 ALAAR
TIMOUR ( 1 1)
And who her sovereign? Timour — he 1 59 173 TAMH
TIMUR ( 2 2)
And who her sov’reign? Timur he 1 37 333 TAMA
And who her sov’reign? Timur — he 1 44 333 TAMB
TINIEST ( 2 2)
No mote may shun — no tiniest fly 1 53 233 TAMF
No mote may shun — no tiniest fly — 1 61 238 TAMH
TINKLE ( 4 3)
Give a trickle and a tinkle and a knell. 1 196 27.3C NISE
How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, 1 435 4 BELLSEG
TINKLED ( 2 1)
tinkled on the tufted floor. 1 368 80 RAVEN
tinkled on the tufted floor. 1 368 80ABCEFHJLNPOU RAVEN
TINKLING ( 4 4)
With a tinkling like a bell! 1 162 29 FAIRY2
From the silver tinkling cells 1 434 5 BELLSC
From the silver, tinkling throats 1 434 6 BELLSB
From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. 1 435 14 BELLSEG
TINT ( 1 1)
In its autumn tint of gold — 1 146 16 ALONE
TINTED ( 1 1)
“My tinted shadows rise and fall!” 1 184 40 IRENE1
TINTINABULATION ( 1 1)
To the tintinabulation that so musically wells 1 435 11 BELLSEG
TINTINNABULATION ( 1 0)
To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells 1 435 11FGH BELLSEG
TINTLESS ( 1 1)
Are tintless of the yellow leaf — 1 158 62 INTRO
TINTS ( 2 1)
With the moon-tints of purple and pearl 1 349 11 EULA
With the morn-tints of purple 1 349 11B EULA
TIPTOE ( 1 1)
Where no wind dared to stir, unless on tiptoe — 1 445 10 TOHEL
TIRE ( 1 1)
With speed that may not tire 1 103 96 ALAAR
TIRED ( 1 1)
[...] so tired, so weary, 1 403 9 PHYS
TIS ( 47 42)
And as for times, although ’tis said by many 1 9 5 TEMP
’Tis there the seat of reason lies in him; 1 11 82 TEMP
’Tis not to thee that I should name — 1 30 102 TAMA
’Tis bliss, in its own reality, 1 36 306 TAMA
’Tis thus when the lovely summer sun 1 39 384 TAMA
T’awake us — ’Tis a symbol and a token, 1 78 24 STAN
’Tis ever past. 1 81 12.4B HAPP
A music with it — ’tis the rush of wings — 1 107 49 ALAAR
How lovely ’tis to look so far away! 1 113 199 ALAAR
’Tis not that the flowers of twenty springs 1 137 13 TOMB
Pshaw! Pshaw! ’tis but the headach — 1 255 80 POLI
Pshaw! ’tis but the headach — 1 255 80Av POLI
We’ll have him at the wedding. ’Tis his first visit 1 259 43 POLI
ALESSANDRA. ’Tis very strange! 1 259 56 POLI
JACINTA ’Tis time. 1 260 4 POLI
Thy servant maid! — but courage! — ’tis but a viper 1 262 57 POLI
LALAGE. ’Tis well. 1 263 92 POLI
LALAGE. ’Tis sworn! 1 264 111 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. ’Tis singular! 1 265 24 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. You did — and yet ’tis strange! 1 266 40 POLI
’Tis not the Earl — but yet it is — and leaning 1 266 45 POLI
’Tis as you say — his lordship is unwell. 1 267 69 POLI
’Tis hush’d and all is still! 1 270 79Ax POLI
BALDAZZAR. ’Tis hushed and all is still! 1 270 86 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Let us descend! — ’tis time. Politian, give 1 271 95 POLI
POLITIAN. ’Tis strange! — ’tis very strange — 1 271 107 POLI
’tis well — ’tis very well! 1 275 103 POLI
’Tis well, ’tis very well — alas! alas! 1 275 105 POLI
A dress of Genoa velvet — ’tis becoming. 1 278 56 POLI
’Tis I who pray for life — I who so late 1 279 9 POLI
POLITIAN ’Tis he — he comes himself! 1 280 38 POLI
’Tis the better plan, is it not? 1 284 104 POLI
[POLITIAN] ’Tis true where am I? 1 287 59 POLI
’Tis the sound 1 304 2 HARK
Lo! ’tis a gala night 1 325 1 WORM
’Tis a peaceful, soothing region — 1 345 40 ROUTE
’Tis — oh ’tis an Eldorado! 1 345 42B-G ROUTE
“’Tis some visiter,” I muttered, 1 365 5 RAVEN
“’Tis some visiter entreating 1 365 16 RAVEN
’Tis the wind and nothing more!” 1 366 36 RAVEN
’Tis as plain as the light of the day that you double it! 1 378 8 WALL
Alas! I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling — 1 407 25 MARA
Alas, I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling, 1 408 20 MARB
TITAN ( 1 1)
And chasms, and caves, and Titan woods, 1 344 10 ROUTE
TITANIC ( 1 1)
Here once, through an alley Titanic, 1 416 10 ULA
TITLED ( 2 0)
From me — to titled age and crime, 1 215 20.3B PARA
From Love — to titled age and crime, 1 215 20.3CEGLQ PARA
TITTLE ( 2 2)
Of which sound doctrine I believe each tittle, 1 9 7 TEMP
About her — not a tittle! One would have thought 1 277 30 POLI


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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)