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Secondary Scholarship | 2008
Transcription 3 8. "The Disinterred Swallow." Then was a note in the chamber
bright
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Unsigned.

39. "The Exile From Home." There is an exile! Tis not when one
goes
Signed William Gilmore Simms in The Floral Wreath, I (September 1844), 77.

40. "Farewell to Summer." Thou art parting parting summer
Manuscript in Simms's hand in "MSS Poetry Box," Simms Manuscript
Collection, South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Signed "Norma," a newly
proved pseudonym.

41. [Untitled.] Thus Genius suffers, scorn'd because she sings
In Simms's manuscript Poetry and the Practical (1854) Lecture II, p. 19, 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), 57.

42. "Song." Wake, wake, the song! The tyrant care
The Album, II (29 April 1826), 13 5. Signed "Wilton," a proved pseudonym.
Reprinted in James Kibler, "The Album (1826)," Studies in Bibliography,
XXXIX (1986), 76-77.

43. "Ballad—What! Have Ye Thought?" What! Have ye thought
to pluck
Charleston Mercury (13 January 1864). Unsigned. Simms lists the poem in his
list of war poems in "Printed Poetry Box," P 1540, Simms Manuscripts
Collection , South Caroliniana Library, Univ of SC. Collected in Simms's War
Poetry of the South (1866), 223-225.

44. [Untitled.] When a soft haze is hanging o'er the hill
Signed William Gilmore Simms in Oracles From the Poets. (See # 9), 127.

45. [Untitled.] When morning cometh,
Signed William Gilmore Simms in Oracles From the Poets. (See # 9), 131.







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