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For tho' from out our, bourne of Time and Place

The flood may bear me far,

I hope to see my Pilot face to face
When I have crossed the bar.

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1" Crossing the Bar was written in my father's eighty-first year, on a day in October....

"I said, That is the crown of your life's work ;' he answered, 'It came in a moment.' He explained the 'Pilot' as That Divine and Unseen Who is always guiding us.'

"A few days before his death he said to me; Mind you put Crossing the Bar at the end of ail editions of my poems." (Life of Tennyson, II., 367.)




* POETICAL WORKS, 6 volumes, edited by C. Porter and H. Clarke, Crowell, 1900. POETICAL WORKS, 6 volumes, Scribner's, 1890. POETICAL WORKS, 1 volume, edited by H. W. Preston, 1900 (Cambridge Edition). POETICAL WORKS, 1 volume, edited by F. G. Kenyon, 1897 (Globe Edition). POETICAL WORKS, 1 volume (Oxford Edition). LETTERS, edited by F. G. Kenyon, 2 volumes, 1897.- LETTERS of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, 2 volumes, 1899.



*KENYON (F. G.), Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, edited with biographical additions. HORNE (R. H.), Life and Letters of Mrs. Browning.INGRAM (J. H.), Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Famous Women Series). See also L'Estrange's Life of M. R. Mitford, and The Friendships of M. R. Mitford; The Letters of M. R. Mitford; Macpherson's Memoirs of Anna Jameson; and Forster's Life of Landor.


HORNE (R. H.), A New Spirit of the Age, 1844. RITCHIE (Anne Thackeray), Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, Browning, 1892. — * MITFORD (M. R.), Recollections of a Literary Life. COLERIDGE (Sara), Memoirs and Letters, Vol. I, Chap. 12 (letter of 1844 to John Kenyon); Vol. II, Chap. 12 (letter of 1851 to Ellis Yarnall). - BAYNE (Peter), Essays in Biography and Criticism (1st Series): Mrs. Barrett Browning. ROSCOE (W. C.), Poems and Essays, Vol. II, 1860. — OSSOLI (Margaret Fuller), Art, Literature and the Drama. HAWTHORNE, Italian Note-books. — HILLARD (G. S.), Six Months in Italy. -* W. W. STORY and his Friends, edited by Henry James, 1903.

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BENSON (A. C.), Essays: Elizabeth Barrett Browning.CHESTERTON (G. K.), Twelve Types, 1902. CUNLIFFE (J. W.), Elizabeth Barrett's Influence on Browning's Poetry; in the Publications of the Modern Language Association, June, 1908.-DARMESTETER (Mary J.), Ménage de Poètes; in the Revue de Paris, Vol. V, p. 295 and p. 788. * GOSSE (E.), Critical Kit-Kats: The Sonnets from the Fortuguese, etc., 1896.LUBBOCK (Percy), Elizabeth Barrett Browning in her Letters, 1906. MONTEGUT (Emile), Ecrivains modernes de l'Angleterre, Vol. II, 1889. *STEDMAN (E. C.), Victorian Poets, 1875, 1887.-TEXTE (Joseph), Études de littérature européenne, 1898.- WHITING (Lilian), A Study of E. B. Browning, 1899.

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