('Cantilenae Lyrical Ballads lyricae') est titulus brevis congeriei carminum a Gulielmo Wordsworth et Samuele Taylor Coleridge scriptorum; quae collectio primum anno 1798 edita est sub titulo Lyrical Ballads with a Few Other Poems, mox anno 1800 in duobus voluminibus recensa (multis carminibus additis) sub titulo Lyrical Ballads with Other Poems. Ex his editionibus incipere dicitur Motus Romanticus in litteris Anglicis.
Omnium horum carminum quinque tantum conscripsit Coleridge, inter quae notissimum admittitur "
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" ('Carmen nautae senis'). Alia Wordsworth confecit, verbis et notionibus interdum ex ephemeridibus sororis Dorotheae extractis (Newlyn, 2001). Editione anni 1800 Wordsworth etiam praefationem oratione soluta instruxit (" Preface to the Lyrical Ballads"); carmina duo editionis anterioris (" Love" Samuelis Coleridge; "The Convict") omisit. Editione tertia, anno 1802 prodita, appendicem subiunxit (" Poetic Diction"); carmen alterum Samuelis Coleridge (" The Dungeon") omisit.
Lyrical Ballads: ordo editionis 1800
Preface to the Lyrical Ballads Expostulation and Reply [iam 1798]
The Tables turned; an Evening Scene, on the same subject [iam 1798]
Old Man Travelling; Animal Tranquillity and Decay, a Sketch [iam 1798]
The Complaint of a forsaken Indian Woman [iam 1798]
The Last of the Flock [iam 1798]
Lines left upon a Seat in a Yew-tree which stands near the Lake of Esthwaite [iam 1798]
The Foster-Mother's Tale (S. T. Coleridge) [iam 1798]
Goody Blake and Harry Gill [iam 1798]
The Thorn [iam 1798]
We are Seven [iam 1798] Anecdote for Fathers [iam 1798]
Lines written at a small distance from my House and sent me by my little Boy to the Person to whom they are addressed [iam 1798]
The Female Vagrant [iam 1798]
The Dungeon (S. T. Coleridge) [iam 1798] Simon Lee, the old Huntsman [iam 1798]
Lines written in early Spring [iam 1798]
The Nightingale, written in April, 1798 (S. T. Coleridge) [iam 1798] Lines written when sailing in a Boat at Evening
Lines written near Richmond, upon the Thames [iam 1798]
The Idiot Boy [iam 1798]
The Mad Mother [iam 1798]
The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere (S. T. Coleridge) [iam 1798]
Lines written above Tintern Abbey [iam 1798]
There was a Boy, &c
The Brothers, a Pastoral Poem
Ellen Irwin, or the Braes of Kirtle
Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known, &c. Song
She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways
A slumber did my spirit seal, &c The Waterfall and the Eglantine
The Oak and the Broom, a Pastoral
The Idle Shepherd-Boys or Dungeon-Gill Force, a Pastoral
'Tis said that some have died for love, &c.
Inscription for the Spot where the Hermitage stood on St. Herbert's Island, Derwent-Water
Inscription for the House (an Out-house) on the Island at Grasmere
To a Sexton
The two Thieves, or the last stage of Avarice
A whirl-blast from behind the Hill, &c.
Song for the wandering Jew
Lines written with a Slate-Pencil upon a Stone, &c.
Lines written on a Tablet in a School
The two April Mornings
The Fountain, a Conversation
Three Years She Grew in Sun and Shower, &c. The Pet-Lamb, a Pastoral
Written in Germany on one of the coldest days of the century
The Childless Father
The Old Cumberland Beggar, a Description
A Poet's Epitaph
Poems on the Naming of Places
Michael, a Pastoral
In editione 1798 inclusa, 1800 omissa
2001. Coleridge, Wordsworth, and the Language of Allusion. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199242597.