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Sortable List of all Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Poems in our Database containing the term(s): "Tales of a Wayside Inn"

Poem Title First Line Publication Name Publication Year
Finale The hour was late; the fire burned low, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Finale "Nunc plaudite!" the Student cried, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Finale These are the tales those merry guests Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude "Yes, well your story pleads the cause Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Interlude "I thought before your tale began," Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Interlude "What was the end? I am ashamed Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Interlude Well pleased the audience heard the tale. Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Interlude All praised the Legend more or less; Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Interlude "O Edrehi, forbear to-night Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude Well pleased all listened to the tale, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude Thus ran the Student's pleasant rhyme Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude "A pleasant and a winsome tale," Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude "Signor Luigi," said the Jew, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude "Now that is after my own heart," Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude Touched by the pathos of these rhymes, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Interlude When the long murmur of applause Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Interlude The Landlord ended thus his tale, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Interlude Soon as the story reached its end, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Interlude He ended: and a kind of spell Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Interlude And then the blue-eyed Norseman told Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Interlude A strain of music closed the tale, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Interlude Thus closed the tale of guilt and gloom, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Landlord's Tale; Paul Revere's Ride, The Listen, my children, and you shall hear Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Landlord's Tale; The Rhyme of Sir Christopher, The It was Sir Christopher Gardiner, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Ballad of Carmilhan, The
(I.)
At Stralsund, by the Baltic Sea, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Ballad of Carmilhan, The
(II.)
The jolly skipper paused awhile, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Ballad of Carmilhan, The
(III.)
The cabin windows have grown blank Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Ballad of Carmilhan, The
(IV.)
And now along the horizon's edge Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Mother's Ghost, The Svend Dyring he rideth adown the glade; Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(I. The Challenge of Thor)
I am the God Thor, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(II. King Olaf's Return)
And King Olaf heard the cry, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(III. Thora of Rimol)
"Thora of Rimol! hide me! hide me! Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(IV. Queen Sigrid the Haughty)
Queen Sigrid the Haughty sat proud and aloft Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(V. The Skerry of Shrieks)
Now from all King Olaf's farms Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(VI. The Wraith of Odin)
The guests were loud, the ale was strong, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(VII. Iron-Beard)
Olaf the King, one summer morn, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(VIII. Gudrun)
On King Olaf's bridal night Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(IX. Thangbrand the Priest)
Short of stature, large of limb, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(X. Raud the Strong)
"All the old gods are dead, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XI. Bishop Sigurd at Salten Fiord)
Loud the anngy wind was wailing Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XII. King Olaf's Christmas)
At Drontheim, Olaf the King Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XIII. The Building of the Long Serpent)
Thorberg Skafting, master-builder, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XIV. The Crew of the Long Serpent)
Safe at anchor in Drontheim bay Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XV. A Little Bird in the Air)
A little bird in the air Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XVI. Queen Thyri and the Angelica Stalks)
Northward over Drontheim, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XVII. King Svend of the Forked Beard)
Loudly the sailors cheered Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XVIII. King Olaf and Earl Sigvald)
On the gray sea-sands Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XIX. King Olaf's War-Horns)
"Strike the sails!" King Olaf said; Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XX. Einar Tamberskelver)
It was Einar Tamberskelver Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XXI. King Olaf's Death-Drink)
All day has the battle raged, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf, The
(XXII. The Nun of Nidaros)
In the convent of Drontheim, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Poet's Tale; Charlemagne, The Olger the Dane and Desiderio, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Poet's Tale; Lady Wentworth, The One hundred years ago, and something more, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Poet's Tale; The Birds of Killingworth, The It was the season, when through all the land Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Prelude A cold, uninterrupted rain, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Prelude The evening came; the golden vane Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Prelude; The Wayside Inn One Autumn night, in Sudbury town, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Sicilian's Tale; King Robert of Sicily, The Robert of Sicily, brother of Pope Urbane Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Sicilian's Tale; The Bell of Atri, The At Atri in Abruzzo, a small town Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Sicilian's Tale; The Monk of Casal-Maggiore, The Once on a time, some centuries ago, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Spanish Jew's Second Tale; Scanderbeg, The The battle is fought and won Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Spanish Jew's Tale; Azrael, The King Solomon, before his palace gate Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Spanish Jew's Tale; Kambalu, The Into the city of Kambalu, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Spanish Jew's Tale; The Legend of Rabbi Ben Levi, The Rabbi Ben Levi, on the Sabbath, read Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Student's Second Tale; The Baron of St. Castine, The Baron Castine of St. Castine Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Student's Tale; Emma and Eginhard, The When Alcuin taught the sons of Charlemagne, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Student's Tale; The Cobbler of Hagenau, The I trust that somewhere and somehow Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Student's Tale; The Falcon of Ser Federigo, The One summer morning, when the sun was hot, Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863
Theologian's Tale; Elizabeth, The "Ah, how short are the days! How soon the night overtakes us! Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Third) 1863
Theologian's Tale; The Legend Beautiful, The "Hads't thou stayed, I must have fled!" Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part Second) 1863
Theologian's Tale; Torquemada, The In the heroic days when Ferdinand Tales of a Wayside Inn (Part First) 1863

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