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Charlotte Turner Smith was an English Romantic poet and novelist. She initiated a revival of the English sonnet, helped establish the conventions of Gothic fiction, and wrote political novels of sensibility. A successful writer, she published ten novels, three books of poetry, four children's books, and other assorted works over the course of her career. She saw herself as a poet first and foremost, poetry at that period being considered the most exalted form of literature. Scholars now credit her with transforming the sonnet into an expression of woeful sentiment.

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List of poems by Charlotte Smith 124 total

On The Aphorism 344 ViewsRate it
Song II
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Sonnet XI. To Sleep
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Written near a Port on a Dark Evening
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Sonnet LXXXIII. The Sea View
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Beachy Head
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Love And Folly
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Sonnet XLIV: Press'd by the Moon
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A Walk In The Shrubbery
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Elegy
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The Swallow
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Sonnet LI.
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Sonnet XLVIII. To Mrs. ****
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Sonnet XXII. By The Same. To Solitude.
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Sonnet LXXI.
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Sonnet X. To Mrs. G
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Ode To Death
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Apostrophe
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Ode To Despair
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Evening
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Sonnet I
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Sonnet XV. From Petrarch
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Sonnet LXI
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Sonnet LXXXI.
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Sonnet XLII: Composed During a Walk
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Sonnet XXXIII. To The Naiad Of The Arun
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Sonnet LXX: On Being Cautioned Against Walking on an Headland Overlooking the Sea, Because It Was Frequented by a Lunatic
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Sonnet XXXII. To Melancholy
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To the Snowdrop
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Sonnet LXVIII.
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Sonnet XLIII: The Unhappy Exile
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Sonnet XLIX. From The Novel Of Celestina
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Sonnet VI. To Hope
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Sonnet V. To The South Downs
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Sonnet LXXX. To The Invisible Moon
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Sonnet XXXIX. To Night. From The Same.
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Sonnet LIX.
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Sonnet XXV. By The Same.
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Sonnet XXVII.
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Sonnet III: To a Nightingale
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Sonnet XXXVII.
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Saint Monica
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Sonnet XXXIV: Charm'd by Thy Suffrage
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Sonnet LIII.
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The Origin Of Flattery
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Sonnet XXVIII. To Friendship
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Sonnet LXXIX. To The Goddess Of Botany
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The Emigrants: Book I
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Verses IV
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The Female Exile
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Verses III
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Sonnet L.
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Ode To The Poppy
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Sonnet XLVI.
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The Moon
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Studies By The Sea
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The Dead Beggar
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Sonnet XVII. From The Thirteenth Cantata Of Metastasio
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The Peasant Of The Alps
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Fragment
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The First Swallow
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Huge Vapours Brood Above the Clifted Shore
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Sonnet IV. To The Moon
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Sonnet XLI. To Tranquility
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Sonnet XXXVI.
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Sonnet II
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Sonnet XLV. On Leaving A Part Of Sussex
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The Horologe Of The Fields
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Verses I
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April
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Sonnet LII.
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The Emigrants: Book II
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The Forest Boy
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Sonnet LVI.
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Song III
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Sonnet LVII. To Dependence
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Sonnet LXXIII. To A Querulous Acquaintance
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Verses, On The Death Of The Same Lady
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Hope
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Occasional Address
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Sonnet LXII
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Sonnet XXXI.
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The Bee's Winter Retreat
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Sonnet LXIII: The Gossamer
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Sonnet LXXV.
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Sonnet LXXXII. To The Shade Of Burns
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Sonnet XXIV. By The Same.
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A Descriptive Ode
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Sonnet XXXVIII.
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Sonnet LIV.
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Sonnet XVIII. To The Earl Of Egremont
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Song I
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Sonnet LXXVIII. Snowdrops
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The Truant Dove, From Pilpay
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Sonnet LXXII. To The Morning Star
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Sonnet XXXV. To Fortitude
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The Lark’s Nest
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Flora
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Sonnet LVIII. The Glow-Worm
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Sonnet LXXVII. To The Insect Of The Gossamer
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Verses II
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Sonnet XLVII: To Fancy
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Sonnet XXI. Supposed To Written By Werter
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Inscription
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Sonnet LXXVI. To A Young Man Entering The World
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Sonnet IX.
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Sonnet LXXIV. The Winter Night
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Sonnet LXV. To Dr. Parry Of Bath
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Sonnet LX. To An Amiable Girl
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Sonnet LXIX
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Sonnet LXVI: The Night-Flood Rakes
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Sonnet XXIII. By The Same. To The North Star.
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Sonnet LXIV
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Sonnet XXX. To The River Arun
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Thirty-Eight
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Sonnet XIX. To Mr. Haley,
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Sonnet XL. From The Same.
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Sonnet LV.
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Sonnet VII: Sweet Poet of the Woods
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Sonnet VIII. To Spring
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Sonnet XX. To The Countess Od A----
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Sonnet LXVII: On Passing over a Dreary Tract
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Sonnet XXVI. To The River Arun
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Sonnet XXIX. To Miss C----
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