Michael Field: Poetry

Works

  • The New Minnesinger and other poems (London : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1875) poems by Arran Leigh.
  • Bellerophon (C. Kegan Paul, 1881) by Arran and Isla Leigh.
  • Callirrhoe & Fair Rosamund (1884) verse dramas.
  • The Father's Tragedy (1885) verse drama.
  • William Rufus (1885) verse drama.
  • Loyalty Or Love? (1885) verse drama.
  • Brutus Ultor (1886) verse drama.
  • Canute the Great (1887) verse drama.
  • The Cup of Water (1887) verse drama.
  • Long Ago (1889) poems.
  • The Tragic Mary (1890) verse drama.
  • Sight and Song (1892) E. Mathews and J. Lane, poems
  • Stephania, a Trialogue (1892) verse drama.
  • A Question of Memory (1893) drama.[4]
  • Underneath the Bough (1893) poems.
  • Attila, My Attila (1896) verse drama.
  • World at Auction (1898) Vale Press, verse drama.
  • Noontide Branches (1899) verse drama.
  • Anna Ruina (1899) verse drama.
  • Race of Leaves (1901) Vale Press, verse drama.
  • Julia Domna (1903) Vale Press, verse drama.
  • Borgia (1905) verse drama.
  • Wild Honey from Various Thyme (1908) poems.
  • Queen Mariamne (1908) verse drama.
  • Tragedy of Pardon (1911) verse drama.
  • Tristan de Léonois (1911) verse drama.
  • Dian (1911) verse drama.
  • The Accuser (1911) verse drama.
  • A Messiah (1911) verse drama.
  • Poems of Adoration (1912).
  • Mystic Trees (1913) poems.
  • Whym Chow: Flame of Love (1914) poems.
  • Ras Byzance (1918) verse drama.
  • Deirdre (1918) verse drama.
  • In The Name Of Time (1919) verse drama.
  • Selection (1923).
  • The Wattlefold: Unpublished Poems (1930).
  • Works and Days: From the Journal of Michael Field, (1933) edited by T. Sturge Moore (unpublished journals are now available on microfilm) kept from 1888, annual to 1914.
  • A Shorter Shırazad: 101 Poems of Michael Field (1999) selection by Ivor C. Treby
  • Where the Blessed Feet Have Trod - poem.

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