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The sound of William Barnes's dialect poems. 1, Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect, first collection (1844) /

by T.L. Burton.

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Main Author: Burton, T. L.
Published: Adelaide : University of Adelaide Press, [2013]
Topics: English poetry - 19th century. | POETRY - European - English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh. | English Literature. | English. | Languages & Literatures. | Barnes, William, 1801-1886. | Barnes, William, 1801-1886. Poems. Selections.
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Introduction -- The spelling of the 1844 collection -- A note on the text -- The milk-mâid o' the farm (a line-by-line phonemic analysis) -- 1844 Poems with phonemic transcripts -- Spring -- The Spring -- The woodlands -- Liady-Day an' ridden house -- Easter time -- Dock leaves -- The blackbird -- Woodcom' feäst -- The milk-mâid o' the farm -- The girt woak tree that's in the dell -- Vellen the tree -- Bringen oon gwâin o' Zundays -- Evemen twilight -- Evemen in the village -- Mây -- Bob the fiddler -- Hope in Spring -- The white road up athirt the hill -- The woody holler -- Jenny's ribbons -- Eclogue: the 'lotments -- Eclogue: A bit o' sly coortèn -- Summer -- Evemen, an' mâidens out at door -- The shepherd o' the farm -- Vields in the light -- Whitsuntide an' club wa'kèn -- Woodley -- The brook that runn'd by Gramfer's -- Sleep did come wi' the dew -- Sweet music in the wind -- Uncle an' Ānt -- Havèn oon's fortun a-tuold -- Jeän's weddèn dae in marnen -- Rivers don't gi'e out -- Miakèn up a miff -- Hây-miakèn -- Hây-carrèn -- Eclogue: The best man in the vield -- Wher we did kip our flagon -- Wik's end in Zummer, in the wold vo'ke's time -- The meäd a-mow'd -- The sky a-clearèn -- The evemen star o' Zummer -- The clote -- I got two viel's -- Polly be-èn upzides wi' Tom -- Be'mi'ster -- Thatchèn o' the rick -- Bees a-zwarmen -- Readèn ov a headstuone -- Zummer evemen dānce -- Eclogue: Viairies -- Fall -- Carn a-turnèn yoller -- A-halèn carn -- Harvest huome: The vust piart: the supper -- Harvest huome: Second piart: what tha done āter supper -- A zong ov harvest huome -- Poll's jack dā -- The ivy -- The welshnut tree -- Jenny out vrom huome -- Grenley water -- The viary veet that I da meet -- Marnen -- Out a-nuttèn -- Tiakèn in apples -- Miaple leaves be yoller -- The weather-beäten tree -- Shodon fiair: The vust piart -- Shodon Fiair: The rest ō't -- Martin's tide -- Guy Faux's night -- Night a-zettèn in -- Eclogue : The common a-took in -- Eclogue : Two farms in oone -- Winter -- The vrost -- A bit o' fun -- Fanny's bethdae -- What Dick an' I done -- Grammer's shoes -- Zunsheen in the Winter -- The weepèn liady -- The happy daes when I wer young -- In the stillness o' the night -- The settle an' the girt wood vire -- The carter -- Christmas invitation -- Keepèn up o' Chris'mas -- Zittèn out the wold year -- Woak wer good enough oonce -- Miary-Ann's chile -- Eclogue: Faether come huome -- Eclogue: A ghost -- Miscellaneous pieces -- A zong -- The mâid var my bride -- The huomestead -- The farmer's woldest daeter -- Uncle out o' debt an' out o' dannger -- The church an' happy Zunday -- The wold waggon -- The common a-took in -- A wold friend -- The ruose that deck'd her breast -- Nanny's cow -- The shep'erd buoy -- Hope a-left behine -- A good faether -- The beam in Grenley Church -- The vâices that be gone -- Poll -- Looks a-know'd avore -- The music o' the dead -- The pliace a tiale's a-tuold o' -- Ānt's tantrums -- The stuonen puorch -- Farmers' sons -- Jeän -- The dree woaks -- The huomestead a-vell into han' -- The d'rection Post -- Jeän o' Grenley Mill -- The bells of Alderburnham -- The girt wold house o' mossy stuone -- Eclogue: The times -- A witch -- Appendix: A summary of sections 7 and 8 of WBPG -- Glossary.

Table of Contents for: The sound of William Barnes's dialect po