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Dracula : Chapter 1

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Poetry

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It Is Not Beauty I Demand

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Poetry

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The Face on the Barroom Floor

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Poetry

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Delia

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Poetry

Excerpt: When men shall find thy flower, thy glory pass, // And thou with carefull brow sitting alone, // Received hast this message from thy glass, // That tells thee truth, and says that all is gone, // Fresh shalt thou see in me the wounds thou madest; // Though spent thy flame, in me the heat remaining. // I that have lov'd thee thus before thou fadest, // My faith shall wax, when thou art in thy waning. // The world shall find this miracle in me, // That fire can bu...

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