This delightful book contains a collection of some of Arthur O'shaughnessy's best poetry, diligently collated by William Alexander Percy and originally published in 1923. An anthology that will greatly appeal to fans and collectors of O'shaughnessy's seminal work, this book makes for a worthy addition to any personal library and is not to be missed by discerning poetry-lovers. Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy (1844 - 1881) was a British poet who published his influential work in four books: An Epic of Women (1870), Lays of France (1872), Music and Moonlight (1874), and Songs of A Worker (1873). Many old books such as this are increasingly costly and hard to come by, and we hope that by republishing this book here we are increasing its accessibility for all those who are interested. This antique text has been elected for modern republication due to its immense literary value, and we are proud to republish it now complete with a new prefatory biography of the author.