Last Poems by A.E. Housman

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Performed by Alan Weyman

October 1, 2013

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O. Introduction
I. THE WEST
II (As I gird on for fighting)
III (Her strong enchantments failing)
IV. ILLIC JACET
V. GRENADIER
VI. LANCER
VII (In valleys green and still)
VIII (Soldier from the wars returning)
IX (The chestnut casts his flambeaux, and the flowers)y
X (Could man be drunk for ever)
XI (Yonder see the morning blink)
XII (The laws of God, the laws of man)
XIII. THE DESERTER
XIV. THE CULPRIT
XV. EIGHT O’CLOCK
XVI. SPRING MORNING
XVII. ASTRONOMY/a>
XVIII (The rain, it streams on stone and hillock)t
XIX (In midnights of November)
XX (The night is freezing fast)
XXI (The fairies break their dances)
XXII (The sloe was lost in flower)
XXIII (In the morning, in the morning)
XXIV. EPITHALAMIUM
XXV. THE ORACLES
XXVI (The half-moon westers low, my love)
XXVII (The sigh that heaves the grasses)
XXVIII (Now dreary dawns the eastern light)
XXIX (Wake not for the world-heard thunder)
XXX. SINNER’S RUE
XXXI. HELL’S GATE
XXXII (When I would muse in boyhood)
XXXIII (When the eye of day is shut)
XXXIV. THE FIRST OF MAY
XXXV (When first my way to fair I took)
XXXVI. REVOLUTION
XXXVII. EPITAPH ON AN ARMY OF MERCENARIES
XXXVIII (Oh stay at home, my lad, and plough)
XXXIX (When summer’s end is nighing)
XL (Tell me not here, it needs not saying)
XLI. FANCY’S KNELL

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