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Subject: SPAIN - HISTORY
Matches Found: 15

AN ODE WRITTEN BEFORE THE SPANIARDS HAD RECOVERED LIBERTY, by PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Arise, arise, arise / there is blood on the earth that denies ye bread
Last Line: Ye were injured, and that means memory.
Variant Title(s): An Ode To The Assertors Of Liberty
Subject(s): Freedom; Spain - History; Liberty


CID: PART 1, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: In a low state
Last Line: Expressions, but
Subject(s): Cid, El (1043-1099); Romance; Spain - History; Spanish Literature


CID: PART 12, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: The good ximena
Last Line: A great connecting
Subject(s): Cid, El (1043-1099); Coffins; Death; Funerals; Spain - History


CID: PART 2, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: Rodrigo or, as
Last Line: Three-hundred followers
Subject(s): Cid, El (1043-1099); Spain - History; Vengeance


CID: PART 4, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: Of the king right
Last Line: To a man of valor
Subject(s): Animals; Cid, El (1043-1099); Heroism; Horses; Spain - History; War


INSCRIPTION FOR A MONUMENT AT TORDESILLAS, by ROBERT SOUTHEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Spaniard! If thou art one who bows the knee
Last Line: Thoughts valueless and cold compared with these.
Subject(s): Martyrs; Spain; Spain - History


MAIDEN TRIBUTE, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: The noble king ramiro within the chamber sate
Last Line: That day began our freedom, and wiped away our shame
Subject(s): Courts And Courtiers; Fights; Moors (people); Spain - History


ODE TO SPAIN - AFTER THE REVOLUTION OF MARCH, by MANUEL JOSE QUINTANA    Poem Source            
First Line: What nation, tell me, in the older day
Last Line: With golden sceptre and device divine!
Subject(s): Patriotism; Revolutions; Spain - History


SATURDAY, by MIQUEL MARTI I POL    Poem Source            
First Line: Every saturday
Last Line: By its virtue
Subject(s): Spain - History; Travel; Villages


SUNSET ON GIBRALTAR, by CARROLL RYAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis sweet upon a summer eve to stand
Last Line: Far buena vista's lights allure my weary feet.
Alternate Author Name(s): Ryan, William Thomas Carroll
Subject(s): Gibraltar; Soldiers; Spain - History; War; Weariness; Fatigue


THE SPANISH GYPSY: BOOK 1, by MARY ANN EVANS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis the warm south, where europe spreads her lands
Last Line: (exeunt.)
Alternate Author Name(s): Eliot, George; Cross, Marian Lewes; Evans, Marian; Ann, Mary
Subject(s): Christianity; Gypsies; Jews; Man-woman Relationships; Moors (people); Plays & Playwrights ; Spain - History; Travel; War; Gipsies; Judaism; Male-female Relations; Dramatists; Journeys; Trips


THE SPANISH GYPSY: BOOK 2, by MARY ANN EVANS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Silva was marching homeward while the moon
Last Line: "maketh himself as allah true to friends."
Alternate Author Name(s): Eliot, George; Cross, Marian Lewes; Evans, Marian; Ann, Mary
Subject(s): Christianity; Courts & Courtiers; Inquisition; Letters; Love; Man-woman Relationships; Moors (people); Spain - History; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens; Male-female Relations


THE VISION OF DON RODERICK, by WALTER SCOTT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lives there a strain, whose sounds of mounting fire
Last Line: I strike my red-cross flag, and bind my skiff to land.
Subject(s): Roderick, King Of The Visigoths (d. 711); Spain - History


TO DON FRANCISCO GINER DE LOS RIOS, by ANTONIO MACHADO RUIZ    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Now, when the master left us
Last Line: Dreamt his sweet dream of spain's new blossoming
Alternate Author Name(s): Machado, Antonio; Machado Y Ruiz, Antonio
Subject(s): Death; Heaven; Mourning; Spain - History


WIZZERDE WYNKIN'S DETHE; AN ANCIENT BALLAD, by DAVID MACBETH MOIR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wizzerde's een grewe derke and dimme
Last Line: Gramercye on his soulle!
Alternate Author Name(s): Delta
Subject(s): Spain - History; War