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Secondary Scholarship | 2008
Transcription 13. "Dithyrambic Song." Fill up the bowl, for why should sorrow
The Album, II (11 March 1826), 79. Signed "M.E.S.," a newly proved Simms
pseudonym. Reprinted in James Kibler, "The Album (1826)," Studies in
Bibliography, XXXIX (1986), 75-76.

14. "By Almirez." Go, shed the lustre of thine eyes
The Album, II (4 March 1826), 71. Signed "Almirez," a proved pseudonym.
Reprinted in James Kibler, "The Album (1826)," Studies in Bibliography,
XXXIX (1986), 75.

15. "To Spain." Go weep, go weep—yet not the tear,
The Album, II (1 April 1826), 104. Signed "Wilton," a proved pseudonym.
Reprinted in James Kibler, "The Album (1826)," Studies in Bibliography,
XXXIX (1986), 76.

16. "In Memoriam." Hard it seems, that thus should perish,
Charleston Mercury (6 September 1861), signed "Frank," a proved Simms
pseudonym. Poem is listed by Simms in his list of war poems, "Printed Poetry
Box," P I540, Simms Manuscript Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ
of SC.

17. "L'histoire." A heart it was an idle thing
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Signed "Norma," a newly
proved pseudonym.

18. [Untitled.] He is a man
Signed William Gilmore Simms in Oracles From the Poets (See # 9), 102.

19. "Kentucky Required to Yield Her Arms." Ho! Will the despot
trifle
Charleston Mercury (10 October 1861), signed "Boone," a newly proved
pseudonym. Listed by Simms in his list of war poems, "Printed Poetry Box,
P1540, Simms Manuscript Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC.
Not collected in Simms's War Poetry (1866). See also Simms Letters, VI,
224n.

20. [Untitled.] In every leaf, each waving tree or shrub
In Simms's manuscript Poetry and the Practical (1854), Lecture II, p. 5, in
Simms Manuscript Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC.
Published in Simms, Poetry and the Practical, ed. James Everett Kibler
(Fayetteville: Univ of Arkansas Press, 1996), 45.

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