Originally published in 1984, Brother Fabian's Manuscript and Other Poems includes Brother Fabian's Manuscript and thirty-four additional poems.
1. How the Abbey of Saint Werewulf Juxta Slingsby Came by Brother Fabian’s Manuscript. 2. The Three Kings of Cologne. 3. St. Bernard. 4. A Charm. 5. Of Robin Hood’s Death and Burial. 6. Judas Iscariot’s Paradise. 6. Charlemagne’s Daughter. 7. Nickar the Soulless. 8. The Fifteen Days of Judgment. Poems. 9. Harvest Home. 10. A Proud Beauty. 11. Midsummer Eve. 12. Voices. 13. The Winter Morn. 14. The Banners. 15. By the Sea. 16. Rouge et Noir. 17. Shadows. 18. The Seven Fiddlers. 19. Song. 20. America. 21. A Spring-Tide Welcome. 22. Garibaldi. 23. Song. 24. A Dirge for Summer. 25. Crocus-Gathering. 26. Instead of a Translation from Réranger. 27. Absence. 28. A Roundelay. 29. What the Trumpeter Said. 30. Jock O’Glen Moristane. 31. The Puritan Moristane. 32. Safi. 33. The Old Time and the New. 34. A Dream on New Year’s Eve. 35. A Story of a Stone. 36. A Housekeeper’s Story. 37. A Christmas Carol. 38. Cavour. 39. Religio Poetae. 40. William Makepeace Thackeray. 41. A Christmas Dream.
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