Jump to Content
You can change your cookie settings at any time.
Find out more
Oxford Scholarly Editions Online
View personal profile
Expand View Options
Email this content
Copy this link, or click below to email it to a friend
Email this content
or copy the link directly:
The link was not copied. Your current browser may not support copying via this button.
Link copied successfully
Jump to chapter
John Kerrigan (ed.)
Motives of Woe: Shakespeare and 'Female Complaint': A Critical Anthology
Als i me rode ƥis endre dai'
'Y louede a childe of ƥis cuntre'
'Dis enber day I met a clerk'
A Ballad, Said by a Gentlewoman Which Loved a Man of Great Estate'
'What so men seyn'
'My woofull heart thus clad in pain'
Of Quen Annelida and False Arcite
OF QUENE ANNELIDA AND FALSE ARCITE
¶ The Complaynt of Annelyda to False Arcyte
Complaint of the Absence of her Lover Being Upon the Sea
The Complaint of a Woman Ravished, and also Mortally Wounded
A Loving Lady being Wounded in the Spring Time, and Now Galded Eftsones with the Remembrance of the Spring, doth therefore thus Bewail
A Poem of Maid Forsaken
An Excellent Pastoral Ditty
The Nimph Seluagia her Song
'Round, around about a wood as I walkt'
The Diseased Maiden Lover
The Faithless Lover
The Ruins of Time
THE RUINES OF TIME
The Complaint of Rosamond
THE COMPLAINT OF ROSAMOND
Michael Drayton, from England's Heroical Epistles (1597)
The Epistle of Rosamond to King Henry the Second
The Epistle of Shores Wife to King Edward the Fourth
William Shakespeare, A Louers Complaint (1609)
A LOUERS COMPLAINT
Psalms and Lamentations
Psalm 137. Super Flumina
The Lamentations of Jeremiah Chapter I
JOHN FLETCHER 'Show me the peece of needle worke you wrought'
LADY MARY WROTH 'Vnseene, vnknowne, I here alone complaine'
Richard Lovelace, 'A Forsaken Lady to her False Servant that is Disdained by his New Mistris'
Ariadne deserted by Theseus, as she sits upon a rock in the island Naxos, thus complains
Andrew Marvell, 'The Nymph complaining for the Death of her Faun'
Five Love-Letters from a Nun to a Cavalier
FIVE LOVE-LETTERS FROM A NUN TO A CAVALIER
A Paraphrase on Oenone to Paris
Sapho to Phaon
Later Lyrics and Satires
The Maids Complaint against the Batchelors Or, an Easter-Offering for Young Men and Apprentices
The Reflection A Song
Wednesday Or, The Dumps
A Sorrowful Lamentation for the Loss of a Man and no Man
Eloise to Abelard
ELOISA TO ABELARD
Index of Titles and First Lines
Find Location in text
Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please,
to access all content.
Copy and cite
Open this text in OSEO
Open the copy and cite lightbox
Copyright © 2022. All rights reserved.
results for "