Émile Nelligan is one of the most celebrated and admired of Canada’s nineteenth-century poets.  He had only a brief career as a young poet, but produced some remarkable poems.

  • Hay, John. Pike Country Ballads and Other Pices. Boston; James R. Osgood, 1873. Internet Archive
  • --. Complete Poetical Works; including many poems now first collected. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916. Internet Archive
  • Whitfield, James Munroe. America and Other Poems. Buffalo: James S. Leavitt, 1853. Internet Archive
  • --. Poems. 1846.


  • Hopkins, Jr., John Henry. Carols, Hymns, and Songs. New York: Church Book Depository, 1863.
  • --. Poems by the Wayside. New York: James Pott, 1883.
  • Tuckerman, Frederick Goddard. Poems. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864. Internet Archive
  • The Complete Poems of Frederick Goddard Tuckerman. Ed. N. Scott Momaday. New York: Oxford University Press, 1965.
  • Carryl, Charles Edward. Davy and the Goblin or What Followed Reading "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1885.
  • Boker, George Henry. The Lessons of Life, and other Poems. 1848.
  • --. The Podesta's Daughter, and Other Miscellaneous Poems. Philadelphia: A. Hart, 1852. Internet Archive
  • --. Plays and Poems. 2 vols. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1856. Internet Archive
  • --. Poems of the War. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864.
  • Markham, Edwin. The Man with the Hoe and Other Poems. New York: Doubleday and McClure, 1899. Internet Archive
  • --. Lincoln and Other Poems. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. Internet Archive
  • --. The Shoes of Happiness. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page, 1915. Internet Archive
  • --. Gates of Paradise and Other Poems.
  • Lowell, James Russell. Poems. 1844.
  • --. A Year's Life. 1841.
  • --. Poems: Second Series. 1848.
  • --. A Fable for Critics. 1848. 1956.
  • --. The Biglow Papers. 1848.
  • --. The Vision of Sir Launfal. 1848.
  • --. Under the Willows. 1869.
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Li Bai (Chinese: 李白; pinyin: Lǐ Bái and/or Lǐ Bó, 701 – 762, also well known as Li Po) was one of the greatest poets of the Tang dynasty, often called China's "golden age" of poetry. A highly serious, productive, and much estimated poet, Li Bai experimented with the traditional rules of versification. About one thousand extant poems are attributed to him.