Texts Discussed in the Web

"Believe me if all those endearing young charms" (Thomas Moore)

"The Charge of the Light Brigade" (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)

"Christabel" (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)

Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (Thomas De Quincey)

"The Cry of the Children" (Elizabeth Barrett Browning) [discussed by Emily Cummings]
"The Cry of the Children" [discussed by Nicole Lamana]

“Dead Before Death” (Christina Rossetti)

"A Desire" (Elizabeth Barrett Browning)

"Eve of St. Agnes" (John Keats)

"Frost at Midnight" (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)

"The Garden of Love" (William Blake) [discussed by Jennifer Hardner]
"The Garden of Love" [discussed by Todd Wimer]

“Grasmere — A Fragment” (Dorothy Wordsworth)

"Helas" (Oscar Wilde)

"Holy Thursday" (William Blake)

"How Do I Love Thee? Let me Count the Ways" (Elizabeth Barrett Browning)

The Hunting of the Snark (Lewis Carroll)

"The Hyenas" (Rudyard Kipling)

"Impression du Matin" (Oscar Wilde)

In Memoriam, A.H.H. (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)

"Invictus" (Wiliam Ernest Henley)

“Jabberwocky” (Lewis Carroll)

"The Kraken" (Alfred, Lord Tennyson) [discussed by Luke Crisafulli]
"The Kraken" [discussed by William Pizzichil]

An Explication of "A Letter to the Queen”

"Lochinvar" (Sir Walter Scott)

"London"(William Blake)

“London’s Summer Morning” (Mary Robinson)

"Love’s Last Lesson" (Letitia E. Landon)

"Mariana" (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)

"Memorabilia" (Robert Browning)

"Mutability" (Percy Bysshe Shelley) [discussed by Nicole Lamana]
"Mutability" [discussed by John Shaw]
"Mutability" [discussed by Lydia Weaver]

"The Night Wind" (Emily Bronte)

"No Coward Soul Is Mine" (Emily Bronte)

"Ode on a Grecian Urn" (John Keats)

"The Other Side of a Mirror" (Mary Elizabeth Coleridge)

"Ozymandias" (Percy Bysshe Shelley)

The Pirates of Penzance (W.S. Gilbert)

"A Poison Tree" (William Blake)

"The Poor Singing Dame" (Mary Robinson)

"The Prisoner: A Fragment" (Emily Bronte)

"Remembrance" (Emily Bronte)

Rob Roy (Sir Walter Scott)

"She Walks in Beauty" (George Gordon, Lord Byron)

"Sleeping at Last" (Christina Rossetti)

"Song: When I am Dead, My Dearest" (Christina Rossetti)

Sonnets from the Portuguese (Elizabeth Barrett Browning) [discussed by Emily Cummings]
Sonnets from the Portuguese [discussed by Shannon McElroy]

The Life of Hannah More and “The Sorrows of Yamba”

"Spring and Fall" (Gerard Manley Hopkins)

The Subjection of  Women (John Stuart Mill) [discussed by Jennifer Orcutt]
The Subjection of Women [discussed by Alana Gerhart]

"Table Rules For Little Folks”

“The Time I’ve Lost in Wooing”

"That Nature Is a Heraclitean Fire, and of the Comfort of the Resurrection" (Gerard Manley Hopkins)

"To Autumn" (John Keats)

"To George Sand: A Recognition" (Elizabeth Barrett Browning)

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Mary Wollstonecraft)

"Washing Day" (Anna Letitia Barbauld) [discussed by Candyce Klin]
"Washing Day" [discussed by Sally Sayre]

"When I have fears that I may cease to be" (John Keats)

"Why did I laugh tonight? No voice will tell" (John Keats) [discussed by Ryan Smith]
"Why did I laugh tonight? No voice will tell" [discussed by Robert Stein]

"Work Without Hope" (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)