St. Ives, The Weir of Hermiston, and Poetry by Robert Louis Stevenson

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The book includes two of the novel "St. Ives", "The Weir of Germiston", as well as poems and ballads.

"St. Ives" is the last novel by the great Robert Louis Stevenson, in no way inferior to his acknowledged masterpiece "Treasure Island" and "The Black arrow". The novel, which remained unfinished — was restored on drafts of the author. A fascinating history of French youths caught during the Napoleonic wars, one of many British prisoners of war. The story of his dangerous and exciting adventures and difficult, multifaceted political game, in which he suddenly found himself embroiled. The book I read, literally with bated breath...

Because of the death in 1894 of tuberculosis, the writer to finish this novel did not. "St. Ives", with the approval of the heirs, was finished Arthur Quiller-Couch, and was released in 1897.

The novel "The Weir of Germiston", according to many critics, could be one of the major masterpieces of the XIX century. However, the premature death of Stevenson's tuberculosis didn't let him finish. Was written only six chapters, which are then published in some collections of essays.

Table of Contents:

    1. A Tale of a Lion Rampant
    2. A Tale of a Pair of Scissors
    3. Major Chevenix Comes into the Story, and Goguelat Goes Out
    4. St. Ives Gets a Bundle of Bank Notes
    5. St. Ives is Shown a House
    6. The Escape
    7. Swanston Cottage
    8. The Hen-House
    9. Three is Company, and Four None
    10. The Drovers
    11. The Great North Road
    12. I Follow a Covered Cart Nearly to My Destination
    13. I Meet Two of My Countrymen
    14. Travels of the Covered Cart
    15. The Adventure of the Attorney’s Clerk
    16. The Home-Coming of Mr. Rowley’s Viscount
    17. The Despatch-Box
    18. Mr. Romaine Calls Me Names
    19. The Devil and All at Amersham Place
    20. After the Storm
    21. I Become the Owner of a Claret-Coloured Chaise
    22. Character and Acquirements of Mr. Rowley
    23. The Adventure of the Runaway Couple
    24. The Inn-Keeper of Kirkby-Lonsdale
    25. I Meet a Cheerful Extravagant
    26. The Cottage at Night
    27. The Sabbath Day
    28. Events of Monday: The Lawyer’s Party
    29. Events of Tuesday: The Toils Closing
    30. Events of Wednesday; the University of Cramond

    1. Life and Death of Mrs. Weir
    2. Father and Son
    3. In the Matter of the Hanging of Duncan Jopp
    4. Opinions of the Bench
    5. Winter on the Moors
    6. A Leaf from Christina’s Psalm-Book
    7. Enter Mephistopheles
    8. A Nocturnal Visit
    9. At the Weaver’s Stone

       The Song of Rahero A Legend of Tahiti
       The Feast of Famine Marquesan Manners
       Ticonderoga A Legend of the West Highlands
       Heather Ale A Galloway Legend
       Christmas at Sea
       To Alison Cunningham From Her Boy
       A Child’s Garden of Verses
       The Child Alone
       Garden Days
       1. The Vagabond — Give to me the life I love
       2. Youth and Love: I. — Once only by the garden gate
       3. Youth and Love: II. — To the heart of youth the world is a highwayside
       4. In dreams, unhappy, I behold you stand
       5. She rested by the Broken Brook
       6. The infinite shining heavens
       7. Plain as the glistering planets shine
       8. To you, let snows and roses
       9. Let Beauty awake in the morn from beautiful dreams
       10. I know not how it is with you
       11. I will make you brooches and toys for your delight
       12. We have Loved of Yore — Berried brake and reedy island
       13. Mater Triumphans — Son of my woman’s body, you go, to the drum and fife
       14. Bright is the ring of words
       15. In the highlands, in the country places
       16. Home no more home to me, wither must I wander?
       17. Winter — In rigorous hours, when down the iron lane
       18. The stormy evening closes now in vain
       19. To Dr. Hake — In the beloved hour that ushers day
       20. To — I knew thee strong and quiet like the hills
       21. The morning drum-call on my eager ear
       22. I have trod the upward and downward slope
       23. He hears with gladdened heart the thunder
       24. Farewell, fair day and fading light!
       25. If this Were Faith — God, if this were enough
       26. My Wife — Trusty, dusky, vivid, true
       27. To the Muse — Resign the rhapsody, the dream
       28. To an Island Princess — Since long ago, a child at home
       29. To Kalakaua — The Sliver Ship, my King — that was her name
       30. To Princess Kaiulani — Forth form her land to mine she goes
       31. To Mother Maryanne — To see the infinite pity of this place
       32. In Memoriam E. H. — I knew a silver head was bright beyond compare
       33. To My Wife — Long must elapse ere you behold again
       34. To My Old Familiars — Do you remember — can we e’er forget?
       35. The tropics vanish, and meseems that I
       36. To S. C. — I heard the pulse of the besieging sea
       37. The House of Tembinoka — Let us, who part like brothers, part like bards
       38. The Woodman — In all the grove, not stream nor bird
       39. Tropic Rain — As the single pang of the blow, when the metal is mingled well
       40. An End of Travel — Let now your soul in this substantial world
       41. We uncommiserate pass into the night
       42. Sing me a song of a lad that is gone
       43. To S. R. Crockett — Blows the wind to-day, and the sun and rain are flying
       44. Evensong — The embers of the day are red
       1. Prayer
       2. Lo! In Thine Honest Eyes I Read
       3. Though Deep Indifference Should Drowse
       4. My Heart, when First the Black-Bird Sings
       5. I Dreamed of Forest Alleys Fair
       6. St. Martin’s Summer
       7. Dedication
       8. The Old Chimaeras, Old Receipts
       9. Prelude
       10. The Vanquished Knight
       11. To the Commissioners of Northern Lights
       12. The Relic Taken, what Avails the Shrine?
       13. About the Sheltered Garden Ground
       14. After Reading “Antony and Cleopatra”
       15. I Know Not How, but as I Count
       16. Spring Song
       17. The Summer Sun Shone Round Me
       18. You Looked So Tempting in the Pew
       19. Love’s Vicissitudes
       20. Duddingstone
       21. Stout Marches Lead to Certain Ends
       22. Away with Funeral Music
       23. To Sydney
       24. Had I the Power that have the Will
       25. O Dull Cold Northern Sky
       26. Apologetic Postscript of a Year Later
       27. To Marcus
       28. To Ottilie
       29. This Gloomy Northern Day
       30. The Wind is Without There and Howls in the Trees
       31. A Valentine’s Song
       32. Hail! Childish Slaves of Social Rules
       33. Swallows Travel to and Fro
       34. To Mesdames Zassetsky and Garschine
       35. To Madame Garschine
       36. Music at the Villa Marina
       37. Fear Not, Dear Friend, but Freely Live Your Days
       38. Let Love Go, If Go she Will
       39. I Do Not Fear to Own Me Kin
       40. I Am Like One that for Long Days had Sate
       41. Voluntary
       42. On Now, Although the Year Be Done
       43. In the Green and Gallant Spring
       44. Death, to the Dead for Evermore
       45. To Charles Baxter On the Death of Their Common Friend, Mr. John Adam, Clerk of Court.
       46. I who All the Winter Through
       47. Love, what is Love?
       48. Soon Our Friends Perish
       49. As One who Having Wandered All Night Long
       50. Strange are the Ways of Men
       51. The Wind Blew Shrill and Smart
       52. Man Sails the Deep Awhile
       53. The Cock’s Clear Voice into the Clearer Air
       54. Now when the Number of My Years
       55. What Man May Learn, what Man May Do
       56. Small is the Trust when Love is Green
       57. Know You the River Near to Grez
       58. It’s Forth Across the Roaring Foam
       59. An English Breeze
       60. As in Their Flight the Birds of Song
       61. The Piper
       62. To Mrs. Macmarland
       63. To Miss Cornish
       64. Tales of Arabia
       65. Behold, as Goblins Dark of Mien
       66. Still I Love to Rhyme
       67. Long Time I Lay in Little Ease
       68. Flower God, God of the Spring
       69. Come, My Beloved, Hear from Me
       70. Since Years Ago for Evermore
       71. Envoy for “A Child’s Garden of Verses”
       72. For Richmond’s Garden Wall
       73. Hail, Guest, and Enter Freely!
       74. Lo, Now, My Guest
       75. So Live, So Love, So Use that Fragile Hour
       76. Ad Se Ipsum
       77. Before this Little Gift was Come
       78. Go, Little Book — The Ancient Phrase
       79. My Love was Warm
       80. Dedicatory Poem for “Underwoods”
       81. Farewell
       82. The Far-Farers
       83. Home, My Little Children, Here are Songs for You
       84. Come from the Daisied Meadows
       85. Early in the Morning I Hear on Your Piano
       86. Fair Isle at Sea
       87. Loud and Low in the Chimney
       88. I Love to Be Warm by the Red Fireside
       89. At Last she Comes
       90. Mine Eyes Were Swift to Know Thee
       91. Fixed is the Doom
       92. Men are Heaven’s Piers
       93. The Angler Rose, he Took His Rod
       94. Spring Carol
       95. To what Shall I Compare Her?
       96. When the Sun Comes After Rain
       97. Late, O Miller
       98. To Friends at Home
       99. I, Whom Apollo Sometime Visited
       100. Tempest Tossed and Sore Afflicted
       101. Variant Form of the Preceding Poem
       102. I Now, O Friend, Whom Noiselessly the Snows
       103. Since Thou Hast Given Me this Good Hope, O God
       104. God Gave to Me a Child in Part
       105. Over the Land is April
       106. Light as the Linnet on My Way I Start
       107. Come, Here is Adieu to the City
       108. It Blows a Snowing Gale
       109. Ne Sit Ancillae Tibi Amor Pudor
       110. To All that Love the Far and Blue
       111. Thou Strainest Through the Mountain Fern
       112. To Rosabelle
       113. Now Bare to the Beholder’s Eye
       114. The Bour-Tree Den
       115. Sonnets
       116. Air of Diabelli’s
       117. Epitaphium Erotii
       118. De M. Antonio
       119. Ad Magistrum Ludi
       120. Ad Nepotem
       121. In Charidemum
       122. De Ligurra
       123. In Lupum
       124. Ad Quintilianum
       125. De Hortis Julii Martialis
       126. Ad Martialem
       127. In Maximum
       128. Ad Olum
       129. De Coenatione Micae
       130. De Erotio Puella
       131. Ad Piscatorem
       1. Not I, and other poems
       2. Moral Emblems I
       3. Moral Emblems II
       4. A Martial Elegy for some Lead Soldiers
       5. The Graver the Pen: or, scenes from nature, with appropriate verses
       6. Moral Tales
       Book I. In English
          1. Envoy
          2. A Song Of The Road
          3. The Canoe Speaks
          4. "It is the season now to go"
          5. The House Beautiful
          6. A Visit From The Sea
          7. To A Gardener
          8. To Minnie
          9. To K. De M.
          10. To N. V. De G. s.
          11. To Will. H. Low
          12. To Mrs. Will. H. Low
          13. To H. F. Brown
          14. To Andrew Lang
          15. Et Tu In Arcadia Vixisti (To R. A. M. s.)
          16. To W. E. Henley
          17. Henry James
          18. The Mirror Speaks
          19. Katharine
          20. To F. J. S.
          21. Requiem
          22. The Celestial Surgeon
          23. Our Lady Of The Snows
          24. "Not yet, my soul, these friendly fields desert"
          25. "It is not yours, O mother, to complain"
          26. The Sick Child
          27. In Memoriam F. A. s.
          28. To My Father
          29. In The States
          30. A Portrait
          31. "Sing clearlier, Muse, or evermore be still"
          32. A Camp
          33. The Country of the Camisards
          34. Skerryvore
          35. Skerryvore: The Parallel
          36. "My House, I say. But hark to the sunny doves"
          37. "My body which my dungeon is"
          38. "Say not of me that weakly I declined"
       Book II. — In Scots
          1. The Maker To Posterity
          2. Ille Terrarum
          3. "When aince Aprile has fairly come"
          4. A Mile An’ A Bittock
          5. A Lowden Sabbath Morn
          6. The Spaewife
          7. The Blast — 1875
          8. The Counterblast — 1886
          9. The Counterblast Ironical
          10. Their Laureate To An Academy Class Dinner Club
          11. Embro Hie Kirk
          12. The Scotsman’s Return From Abroad
          13. "Late in the nicht in bed I lay"
          14. My Conscience!
          15. To Doctor John Brown
          16. "It’s an owercome sooth for age an’ youth"


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