Parnassian molehill: an anthology of Suffolk verse written between 1327 and 1864, with some account of the authors and with numerous drawings

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John David Gathorne-Hardy Cranbrook (Earl)
W.S. Cowell, 1953 - Literary Criticism - 264 pages
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Contents

Decoration page
8
Poppie
14
Come come the bells do cry
22
My child and scholar take good heed
29
Decoration
36
The Lover at the Door
42
The frog and the mouse fight
54
Decoration
58
They rush again each on his steadfast foe
88
Orwell delightful stream
96
Forsaken withered leaf where goest thou?
102
Decoration
108
Decoration
115
Lo the golden Girasole
124
My lady walks as I have watched a swan
133
Suffolk one bumper to thy Horse
141

He mends the broken hedge with icy thorn
64
Atropa belladonna
73
And freely push about the mantling ale
82
THE BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
149
APPENDIX
249

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